Wisconsin Counties are on the front lines of delivery for mental health services.  

State law designates counties with the primary responsibility for the well-being, treatment, and care of persons with mental illness. If persons are diagnosed with mental health conditions that require treatment, counties are responsible for serving persons that do not have private insurance coverage. Counties must directly provide or contract with providers to deliver mental health services in the least restrictive environment appropriate for an individual’s needs.

It is our goal to ensure that those in need are able to secure mental health services, while receiving funding from the state to deliver such services.

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