In every community, people may experience problems which can seriously impede their level of functioning and impact relationships with family, friends, and the larger community. Our programs promote individual and family self-sufficiency by providing a coordinated continuum of services.
Burnett County 24-Hour Emergency Mental Health Crisis Number 888-552-6642.
Veteran Mental Health Support
State law (51.42) requires Wisconsin Counties to determine what public help will be offered to those struggling with mental illness and chemical dependency. Behavioral Health programs were developed by Burnett County to provide services to protect and improve the quality of life for all residents.
Providers in Burnett County and the Surrounding Area
View a listing of providers in the area (PDF).
Persons who are without insurance or other third party coverage may apply to be a Burnett County subsidized MH or AODA client with our Behavioral Health financial assistant. County clients can only be seen at approved contract facilities.
Clients share in the cost of the services they receive: Outpatient services are subject to a sliding fee scale, called the Uniform Fee System, which establishes a limited monthly payment based on income.
Inpatient, detox and pharmacy services are subject to a Special Billing Arrangement which allows clients to re-pay the costs of these services with affordable monthly payments.