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Ascension All Saints Hospital - Wisconsin Avenue Counseling Center

Ascension All Saints Hospital - Wisconsin Avenue Counseling Center

  • Specialty care


Monday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


About Us

Specialists at Ascension All Saints Hospital - Wisconsin Avenue Counseling Center at Racine, WI, are here to provide compassionate care and support.

Treating behaviors that affect mental health and substance use disorders

At Ascension All Saints Hospital - Wisconsin Avenue Counseling Center, our care teams diagnose and treat a wide range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression and addiction. We care about how these disorders may affect physical and emotional health. Our care team offers programs to address complications due to mental health conditions, including drug and alcohol addiction, family conflicts and social isolation. We’re here to listen and understand.

Our doctors and care teams at Ascension All Saints Hospital - Wisconsin Avenue Counseling Center 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:

  • Adolescent alcohol and drug abuse
  • Anger management
  • Attention deficit disorder (ADD or ADHD)
  • Behaviors and stress affecting your physical health
  • Couple and family conflicts
  • Emotional health
  • Gender-identity
  • Grief and loss
  • Mental health disorders (anxiety and depression, bipolar, schizophrenia and more)
  • Problems adjusting to changes in your life (school, divorce, unemployment, retirement or disability)
  • Post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD)
  • Self-image
  • Substance abuse and addictions (alcohol, drugs, tobacco, gambling)
  • 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-judgmental environment. Our care team listens to understand your concerns. Behavioral health conditions often affect the entire family physically and emotionally. Our team approach offers family-centered care and counseling.

Serious and complex health problems may affect your mental health and how you manage pain. Our care team helps patients who experience depression and anxiety while recovering from heart surgery, intensive critical care or cancer therapy. 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.

Outpatient programs

  • Intensive outpatient group program for mental health and addiction (meets three days a week)
  • Women of Worth, an outpatient program personalized for women who may have experienced trauma
  • Various 60-minute therapy groups

Inpatient and partial treatment programs

Ascension All Saints Hospital - Wisconsin Avenue Campus has a Behavioral Health Inpatient Unit for adolescents and adults. Our care team includes psychiatrists, a physician specializing in addiction medicine, certified substance abuse counselors, licensed clinical social workers, licensed behavioral health therapists and nurses. The acute care inpatient unit treats psychiatric disorders, substance abuse disorders, detox and dual diagnosis through group therapy and medication management. Patients needing inpatient care must first be medically cleared through the ER. Partial hospitalization programs and services are also available. And, your care team helps 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.