Walk-In Clinic

If you or someone you know is looking for help with mental health struggles and is a resident of Winnebago County they may come in to our walk-in mental health clinic. The walk-in clinic is an intake service with the purpose of determining an individual’s need for treatment. At the walk-in clinic, people are generally seen the same day by a licensed mental health therapist. This therapist will talk with the individual about what mental health struggles they are experiencing then help the individual decide on the most appropriate follow-up for their specific situation.

New Hours Effective August 10, 2015

Walk-In Services are available as follows:

Oshkosh location
220 Washington Avenue
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
8:00 am - 3:00 pm 
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Neenah location
211 N Commercial Street               
Tuesday & Thursday        
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Please be aware that some guidelines apply, including the following:

  • The Walk-In Clinic is not a crisis center. Those individuals genuinely in crisis should contact Crisis Services.
  • Parents seeking help for their young children are asked to come to the walk-in clinic by themselves. Therapists will gather information and get an adequate first impression from speaking with the parents alone, and will then meet with other family members in follow-up appointments.
  • Teenagers suffering from mental health struggles should attend the initial assessment accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. We are unable to see teenagers by him/herself.
  • Adults with legal guardians need to have their guardian and at least one adult who is familiar with their difficulties present to participate in the meeting.
  • We advise calling ahead to make sure the Walk-in Clinic is open, as sometimes the above hours must be changed to adapt to unforeseen scheduling problems. Oshkosh 920-236-4700; Neenah: 920-727-2882

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