Milwaukee Resources

Aurora Behavioral Health Services

Category:Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse (AODA), Day Treatment, Inpatient, Mental Health Services, Outpatient, Outpatient Treatment, Residential Treatment, Sexual Assault
Intake Procedure:Appointments only, Self-referrals accepted
Primary Clients Served:Adolescents, Adults, Children, Families
Type of Payment Accepted:BadgerCare/Medicaid, Employer-sponsored /Marketplace Insurance Plans, Private pay

Aurora Psychiatric Hospital
1220 Dewey Avenue,
Milwaukee, WI 53213
Phone: (414) 454-6777

St. Luke's South Shore Hospital
5900 S. Lake Dr.,
Cudahy, WI 53110
Phone: (414) 489-4173

Sexual Assault Treatment Center
945 N. 12th St.,
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414) 219-5555

Adult Substance Abuse Program
1220 Dewey Ave.,
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
Phone: (414) 454-6777

Child and Adolescent Program
1220 Dewey Ave.,
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
Phone: (414) 454-6777

Child and Adolescent Day Program
1220 Dewey Ave., Wauwatosa
WI, WI 53213
Phone: (414) 454-6533

Eating Disorders Program
1220 Dewey Ave.,
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
Phone: (414) 454-6694


Psychiatric Hospital: Offering inpatient, partial hospitalization and outpatient services for mental health and substance abuse issues.  Services include psychiatric treatment; substance abuse treatment including detox, residential and day treatment; eating disorders program; obsessive-compulsive disorder program; and child, adolescent and adult programs.

St. Luke's South Shore Hospital: Psychiatric unit is located within a general hospital setting. Offers mental health, substance abuse and dual diagnosis services. Programs include detox and inpatient mental health treatment. Specialized programs for geriatric population and addictions. Partial hospitalization.

Outpatient Services: Mental health clinics providing mental health and substance abuse outpatient treatment.  Multidisciplinary staff includes psychiatrists, psychologists and state licensed therapists. Individual and group therapy available to patients of all ages. Multiple locations.

Sexual Assault Treatment Center: A safe and caring environment for anyone who has experienced any type of sexual violence, assault or abuse. Services include crisis intervention and emotional support; medical assessment and treatment; forensic exam with evidence collection (within 72 - 96 hours of the assault); pregnancy risk assessment, as appropriate; screening for sexually transmitted infections, as appropriate; follow-up telephone and in-person contact to provide emotional support, review, any test results and assist with counseling referrals if needed; 24-hour help and information line. Edeucational materials on issues related to sexual violence are available.

Adult Substance Abuse Program: Following a comprehensive assessment, clinicians match each patient's circumstances and level of motivation with an effective treatment intervention. Inpatient services provide medical detoxification. Day programs offer intensive treatment alternatives that enable individuals to remain active in their lives. Residential program provides additional structure for patients who are having difficulty with abstinence.

Adult Program: Addresses individual patient and family needs for adults seeking treatment for affective and behavioral problems. Provides treatment for a wide variety of psychiatric symptoms, behavioral difficulties and diagnosis including: depression, co-existing chemical dependency issues, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, trauma, dissociative disorders, and thought or mood disorders. Levels of care iclude: inpatient, observation unit, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient services.

Child and Adolescent Program: Provides patients, ages 3-18, with a safe, supportive and therapeutic environment and is designed to address individual and family needs. Treats children and adolescents experiencing a wide variety of psychiatric symptoms, behavioral difficulties and diagnoses including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, suicidal behavior self-harmful behaviors, co-existing behaviors, chemical dependency and Attention Deficit Disorder. Uses individual, group and family therapy as well as medication management. Levels of care include inpatient and partial hospitalization.

Child and Adolescent Day Program: Provides services for children ages 5 - 14. Services include group therapy, individual and family therapy, social skills training and medication management. Treatment is in collaboration with the child's outpatient providers and school.

Eating Disorders Program: Treatment programs for both adults and adolescents who are struggling with disordered eating.

Last Updated: 5/9/2017 | Profile update request