Behavioral Health

We are here to care for the physical and mental health of your whole family. Our therapists, psychologists and psychiatrists specialize in treating children and adults and are located in the same building as our medical services - it's a one stop shop for your health!

If you or a loved one are facing a mental health crisis, please call 911 or the Behavioral Health Division Crisis Line at: 414-257-7222.

For the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

We accept all people.
Whether you have insurance or not.

Locations - Chavez, Parkway, Layton, Waukesha

Make an Appointment

Milwaukee
(414-672-1353)

Waukesha
(262-408-2530)

Behavioral Health Services

Outpatient Behavioral Health and Psychiatry

Full range of out-patient behavioral health for individuals and families of all ages.

Child and Adolescent Day Treatment

For children and adolescents ages 6 to 18. Coordinated treatment approach in a safe and structured setting, five days per week all year around.

ADHD Testing

ADHD testing for adults and children - only available at our Waukesha clinic. ADHD treatment is available at all clinic sites for the individual and family.

Substance Use Services

Help for families and individuals who are experiencing problems related to alcohol and or drug use. Prevention, education, treatment and aftercare services.

Featured Provider

Paula Waukesha-web

Paula Ortega-Jenna, MS, LMFT

How long have you been with Sixteenth Street?

I have been with the clinic for 5 years in Waukesha. I was at Parkway for 3 years.

What do you love about Sixteenth Street?

I love the opportunity to serve a diverse community in Waukesha, patients from different sociocultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. I absolutely love working with children and families to help them find answers about their children’s behavior...

Health Equity Summit:
Empower a Healthier Milwaukee

 

Postponed

Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, we made the decision to reschedule Sixteenth Street’s 2020 Health Equity Summit: Empower a Healthier Milwaukee, originally planned for March 31st. As a health care provider and leader, it is our responsibility to set an example of proper prevention behavior, with our priority always being the health and well being of our community and partners.

Our plan is to reschedule the event for September. Keep an eye out for communications from us and we look forward to seeing you then.

 

1032 S. Cesar E. Chavez Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53204

Milwaukee: 414-672-1353
Waukesha: 262-408-2530

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