Behavioral Health Services

The Kenosha County Behavioral Health Resource Center provides access to services in Kenosha County for individuals or families living with behavioral health issues.

What is Behavioral Health?

Behavioral health refers to mental health and substance use disorders, life stressors and crises, and stress-related physical symptoms. Behavioral health care refers to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of those conditions.
~American Medical Association

Our Promise to You

We are dedicated to serving all residents of Kenosha County with unwavering support and care. We believe that no one should face life's challenges alone. Whether you need guidance on mental health concerns or substance abuse support, our team of compassionate professionals is ready to lend a helping hand, listen without judgment, and provide the resources you need to thrive. Your well-being is our priority, and we are honored to be a strong pillar of support in the Kenosha County community.

Prevention. Intervention. Treatment. Recovery.

It Starts With You

Reaching out when you need help or someone to talk to isn't always easy, but it is necessary. Seeking assistance is the first step toward recovery. Early intervention and treatment play a crucial role in breaking the cycle of addiction, which can ultimately reduce the escalation of recurring issues and lessen the burden on the healthcare system. In Kenosha County, we act with compassion and open communication to encourage those in need to seek help.

For more information and resources, view the Signs of an Addiction page and the Substance Abuse Recovery Resources page.

Behavioral Health Community Resources Directory

Kenosha County Behavioral Health Resources

By fostering a community that values mental health, Kenosha County promotes resilience and ensures vulnerable populations have access to help and support. This creates a healthier and safer environment for everyone.

Reaching the Crisis Line 

Kenosha Human Development Services (KHDS) offers crisis intervention 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call (262) 657-7188 if you or someone you know is in a crisis. Your call will be answered by a live, local person. Our well-trained, dedicated crisis staff provides face-to-face interventions and/or phone counseling in crisis situations. If you need help determining if you're in a crisis, visit our What is a Crisis? page.

If you are in crisis, call the crisis line at 262-657-7188.

Contact the Behavioral Health Resource Center 

The Resource Center is a reliable place to obtain behavioral health, alcohol, and other substance use information and find services in Kenosha. Learn how the Resource Center can help. Call the Resource Center at (262) 764-8555 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or stop by during office hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday (3536 52nd St., Kenosha, WI). Visit the Resource Center's website for more information.

Other Kenosha County Behavioral Health Programs 

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS)

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a program that provides an array of community-based psychosocial rehabilitation services for children and adults who have a mental health and/or substance use diagnosis. Learn more about CCS.

Community Support Program (CSP)

The Community Support Program helps people understand that it is possible to live fulfilling and meaningful lives while managing the symptoms of a mental health diagnosis. Learn more about CSP.

Kenosha County Treatment Court 

The Treatment Court program provides intensive supervision and evidence-based treatment services for convicted individuals who live with mental health and/or substance use disorders. Learn more about the Treatment Court program.

About Kenosha County Substance Abuse Coalition (KCSAC) 

The Coalition’s mission is to improve treatment and reduce alcohol and other drug abuse in our community by supporting networking, encouraging education, exploring gaps, and realizing solutions. We are comprised of many local organizations, agencies, and individuals who are all focused on supporting our community. All interested parties are welcome to join. Meetings are from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and take place on the second Tuesday of even-numbered months.

For more information, visit the Save Lives Kenosha website or contact Lisa Koenen at (262) 605-6607 or