Mental Health/Substance Use Disorder

Help Lines Available 24 hours a Day for Support and Assistance

  • Center for Suicide Awareness: Text "HOPELINE" to 741741
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Veterans - National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8225 - Press 1
  • Winnebago County Crisis Line: 920-233-7707

Mental Health Support for Individuals with Mental Illness and their Families

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

The goal of this organization is to improve quality of life for individuals with mental illness and support their recovery. Contact NAMI for more information regarding their resources and support groups.

Fox Valley

  • 920-954-1550
  • 211 E Franklin St, Appleton


  • 920-651-1148
  • 525 N Main St, Oshkosh

Sobriety Support Groups

Mental Health/Substance Use Disorder Services

The following are agencies that offer treatment for mental illness and/or AODA:

Apricity - Casa Clare (Women's Facility)

  • 920-731-3981
  • 201 S Glenridge Ct, Appleton

Apricity - Mooring House (Men's Facility)

  • 920-739-3235
  • 607 West Seventh St, Appleton

Ascension Mercy Hospital Behavioral Health

  • 920-233-8570

Ascension St Elizabeth Hospital

  • 920-730-4411

Aurora Behavioral Health

  • 920-456-2030

Partnership Clinic

  • 920-731-7445
  • 5471 Waterford Lane, Appleton
  • 2310 Westowne Ave, Oshkosh

Winnebago County Department of Human Services/Behavioral Health

  • Oshkosh: 920-236-4700
  • Neenah:  920-727-2882

ThedaCare Behavioral Health

  • 920-720-2300
  • ThedaCare Behavioral Health Walk-in Care-Neenah is a walk-in outpatient clinic for adults 18+ who have an immediate behavioral health need. Open Monday through Friday 8am - 4:30 pm. 333 Green Bay Road, Neenah. 920-729-6088

Rogers Behavioral Health

  • 920-843-5660

Esprit Counseling & Consulting

  • 920-486-5079
  • 40 Jewelers Park Dr, Suite 200, Neenah

Nova Counseling Services, Inc.

  • 920-231-0143
  • 3240 Jackson St, Oshkosh

Options Treatment Programs, Inc.

  • 920-651-1844
  • 502 E New York Ave, Oshkosh

Oshkosh Counseling Center, Inc.

  • 920-231-2858
  • 501 Merritt Ave, Oshkosh

Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley, Inc.

  • 920-235-1678
  • 10 Church Ave, Oshkosh

*This is not an all-inclusive list. Winnebago County does not endorse any one agency.


IRIS Place is peer-run respite site that offers a safe environment for individuals who are experiencing a crisis. This is operated by NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Fox Valley. Call IRIS Place for more information, or visit their website here.

  • 920-815-3217
  • 1213 S Matthias St, Appleton

Friendship Place, Inc.

Friendship Place, Inc. is a non-profit social, educational, and recreational mental health outreach program for people with mental illness. It is designed to encourage participation in activities and opportunities both at the outreach center, and in the community.

If someone is interested in being a member, call to make an appointment to visit the facility for the first time. A staff member will meet with the individual to go over regulations/changes/expectations as they relate to COVID-19. After that, individuals are encouraged to come a few times to check the place out. If they are then interested in becoming a member and partaking in services, a staff member will sit down to complete the membership paperwork. The membership paperwork will consist of attaining a referral from any professional working with the individual that can verify that the individual has a primary diagnosis of a mental illness. Call Friendship Place for more information, or visit their website here.

  • 920-729-9975
  • 220 N Commercial St, Neenah

State Street Center

State Street Center is supported by the Winnebago County Department of Human Services.  The center's mission is "to provide holistic support services for any adult that is working to manage their mental health or substance use disorder".  There is no cost to come into the center. A person interested in participating in the activities does not need to have a referral from a counselor or psychiatrist. The center is open to the public Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm. Groups activities include: exercise, art, journaling, and games. There will also be regular recovery conversations and a coping skills group. Click here to view their brochure.


206 State St, Oshkosh