You're in the right place
When you are worried about your child’s mental health, the world can feel heavy. You might feel worried, frustrated, tired, or feel helpless.
At Children’s Wisconsin, we can help you carry the weight of your child’s mental and behavioral health struggles. There is nothing too big or too small.
Call (414) 266-3339 to schedule an appointment or fill out our contact form.
Your child’s whole health
It is important to take care of our mental and behavioral health. It is key to all of our health and well-being.
Some children need help with everyday struggles like trouble with friends or school. Some children also have issues with trauma or abuse. You can trust our pediatric experts to help you and your child. We can help you and your child find a path to wellness.
Our services are for kids from 6 months to 18 years old. They include:
Other programs we offer:
Our team is here for you
Our Mental and Behavioral Health team is made up of experts in child and adolescent psychiatry, counseling, pediatric psychology, neuropsychology, and psychotherapy. We can diagnosis and treat a wide range of mental health, behavior and psychiatric problems. There is nothing too small or too big for our specialists.
Finding the right specialist
The Access Navigator team is staff who helps you find resources. We will help you find the program, place, or person you need to help your child. There is no worry or question too big or too small. Call (414) 266-3339 or use our contact form.
Any place you look for help, you often have to wait for your first appointment. At Children’s Wisconsin, our Access Navigator team get you to the right person or place to help as quickly as possible. They will work with you to find the best fit for you and your child.
If your family is having a mental health crisis, call a mental health crisis hotline right away.
At Children's Wisconsin, we believe caring for a child's mental and behavioral health is just as important as caring for their physical health. We’re inviting you to help us Shine Through and light a path forward to better mental and behavioral health for kids in our state. To learn more, visit our Shine Through website.