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General Information

ADAPT is the publicly funded and operated outpatient clinic (mental health, substance abuse and crisis counseling services) of the Marinette County Human Services Department. The staff is diversified and qualified in their fields of expertise. ADAPT has a full time psychiatrist and additional full time Master’s degree therapists. There are also substance abuse certified counselors on staff. ADAPT is the only agency in the area to have this comprehensive outpatient psychiatric service available full time.

Mental Health Services - ADAPT offers a full range of counseling and psychiatric services to Marinette County residents including assessment/evaluation, individual, family and group counseling (for children and adults). In addition, psychiatric and psychological evaluations are preformed upon referral. ADAPT clinic takes Medical Assistance (BadgerCare), private insurance, some EAP (employee assistance program) referrals and private pay (based on Sliding Fee Scale).

Crisis Intervention - offers 24 hour, 7 days per week, crisis intervention, and inpatient consultation. For emergencies, phone (715) 732-7760.

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After Hours Crisis Line: Toll Free Call: 888-732-7549

Community Support Services - serve select individuals who have substantial disorder of thought, mood, perception/orientation or memory which grossly impairs judgment, behavior, capacity to recognize reality or meet ordinary demands of life; major mental health diagnosis (DSM-IV); emphasis is on adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Community support services include the following nine areas: psychiatric evaluation, case management, medication assessment, medication monitoring, medication therapy, community integration and transition to community living, employment related skill training, symptom management, supportive psychotherapy and counseling.

In Home Services -The philosophy of In Home Therapy is that troubled youth are best served in their community and in their home. Intensive In Home Therapy teams work to strengthen families dealing with several issues and provides interventions to work with children and families in their homes. Interventions include: parenting education, stress management, building communication and anger management skills, creating and implementing behavioral plans, and empowering the family. In order to participate in the Intensive In Home Therapy program, families must have attempted other interventions that have proved unsuccessful. Typically there is at least one person in the home at risk of being removed to either corrections, mental health hospitalizations, foster care, or group home.

Alcohol and Other Drug Services are services provided to persons with substance abuse issues which include crisis services, outpatient treatment (individual, group and family), assessment prevention/education and court-ordered assessment of Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated (OWI).

Niagara Clinic Office 1201 Jackson Street, Niagara, WI 54151. Telephone: (715) 251-4555, fax (715) 251-1754, after hours call (715) 732-7760. The Niagara Clinic offers individual and family counseling, substance abuse assessment and counseling, OWI assessments, community support, and crisis intervention linkage to Marinette. Our psychiatrist visits twice a month for medication management. In addition, a Public Health nurse is available to perform many Public Health duties. See Public Health sub-department for available services.


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Contact:  Robert Valentine - Community Services Supervisor
Phone: 715-732-7760
Fax: 715-732-7711
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Address:  2500 Hall Ave
Marinette, WI 54143
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Office Hours:  Monday 8:00 am-8:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm
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