Ascension Calumet Hospital

Ascension Calumet Hospital

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  • Mental Health

Behavioral and mental health

Mental health specialists at Ascension Calumet Hospital in Chilton, WI, are here to help you and deliver care that’s right for you.

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At Ascension Wisconsin, our care teams diagnose and treat a wide range of mental illnesses. We care about how these disorders may affect physical and emotional health. Our care team offers programs to address complications linked to mental illness, including drug and alcohol addiction, family conflicts, and social isolation. We’re here to listen and understand.

Our doctors and care teams at Ascension Wisconsin offer personalized, compassionate care for a wide range of behavioral health conditions. Together, we deliver a care plan that addresses prevention, interventions, treatments and recovery support services.

Behavioral health conditions and services

No matter what struggles you face, we’re here to offer hope and a commitment to helping you feel better. Our behavioral health services include treatments for, but not limited to:

  • Alcohol and drug addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Behaviors and stress affecting your physical health
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Couple and family conflicts
  • Dementia and depression in the elderly
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Emotional health
  • Grief and loss
  • Problems adjusting to changes in your life (school, divorce, loss, unemployment, retirement or disability)
  • Post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD)
  • Self-image and gender-identity
  • Women’s health (perinatal mood and anxiety disorder)

At your first appointment, our care team does a behavioral and mental health assessment. We deliver personalized, compassionate care for your needs in a non-judgemental environment. Your doctor or counselor starts by listening to understand you. Then, we create a care plan that’s right for you.

Health conditions can also affect your mental health and how you manage pain. If you are hypersensitive to pain or experience depression while recovering from surgery, intensive critical care or cancer therapy — we can help. We are sensitive to the needs of seniors and how aging and dementia may affect your mental and emotional health. Together, we deliver care that helps improve your quality of life.

Inpatient full and partial treatment programs

In Chilton, WI, Ascension Calumet Hospital has a Behavioral Health Inpatient Care Unit for adolescents and adults. The hospital team of psychiatrists, certified substance abuse counselors, licensed clinical social workers, and nurses deliver intensive inpatient hospitalization. Partial hospitalization programs and services are also available. The care teams at Ascension Calumet help coordinate care when transitioning from hospital to outpatient care and services.

For life-threatening medical emergencies involving suicidal thoughts, potential drug overdose or self-harm, go to the nearest ER and call 9-1-1.

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Substance abuse and opioid dependency

Doctors and care teams at Ascension Wisconsin sites of care focus on the whole you, providing behavioral, mental health, and substance use care. Caring for your mental and emotional health can help you more easily handle the stressors that can impact your overall health. If you or your child is feeling sad, overwhelmed or anxious, or struggles with an addiction, start a conversation with your primary care doctor at Ascension Wisconsin sites of care. They will listen to you and work with you on a care plan that’s right for you or your child. And if you need more advanced behavioral, mental health or opioid dependency treatment, your doctor will connect you to specialists, and help provide the compassionate support you need.

  • Substance use dependency programs – When you choose Ascension Wisconsin, you get an AODA counselor and care team specializing in the treatment of opioid and alcohol dependency. Your addiction medicine specialist is certified to administer Suboxone® (buprenorphine), so you can safely withdraw from your addiction. Care teams at Ascension Wisconsin Huiras Center provide an adolescent substance use treatment program. Learn more about our adult and youth services.

Know what to do in a mental health emergency

Quickly recognizing the signs of moderate to severe mental or emotional distress, or a substance use crisis is the first step in getting necessary care. For emergencies, including severe mental health distress and suspected opioid overdose, ERs at our hospitals are open 24/7. Find emergency care near you. If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, go directly to the ER or dial 911. Find emergency care near you.