COVID-19 UPDATE

Outpatient Clinic: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our Rhinelander Outpatient Clinic is currently open Thursdays for scheduled medication management, injection, and urgent psychiatric appointments only. For those with appointments in the outpatient clinic, only the patient should enter the building. Exceptions will be allowed for children who have appointments and need supervision or for those who may need assistance due to physical or other limitations. If you need to make a payment on your account, we advise calling to pay over the phone or, if you need to pay in-person, coming into the office on Thursdays when we are open to the public.

Please note that case management and clinical staff will not be in the office as they are working remotely

Please call our office if you have questions:

715-369-2215, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday.

Case Management: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, case management services that are completed face-to-face through The Human Service Center will be suspended until further notice. We will be transitioning visits to telephone contact at this time, and current face-to-face contacts will be conducted by phone. We appreciate your understanding as we work to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Case managers are still available via phone or email, Monday through Friday. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your case manager directly or call our main phone at 715-369-2215, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday.


COVID-19 RESOURCES

 

For accurate, up-to-date State and National information:
Online:
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention: CDC.gov
Wisconsin Department of Health: DHS.wisconsin.gov

By Phone:
Dial 211

 

​It is the mission of The Human Services Board to provide the citizens of Forest, Oneida, and Vilas Counties with chemical dependency, developmental disabilities, and mental health services.  The Board is, therefore, dedicated to ensuring a range and quality of services that will:

  • Assist people to free themselves from the destructive abuse of alcohol and other drugs that diminish their ability to assume full responsibility for their own lives.

 

  • Assist people to fulfill their human potential even though mentally challenged or otherwise developmentally disabled.

 

  • Assist people to achieve the kind of mental health and psychological wholeness that will enable them to function more creatively and constructively, both as individuals and as members of the community.

 

  • It is further the mission of The Human Services Board to encourage activities that will prevent people from becoming disabled by chemical dependency, mental illness or developmental disabilities.

Departments

Behavioral Health services individuals and families in need by connecting them to the resources they need, supporting them through tough choices, and working with other community organizations to improve the social and mental health of our communities.

Behavioral Health
Developmental Disabilities

Developmental Disabilities works with individuals from the start of life to its finish. This department combines empathy, empowerment, and the latest research to connect our clients with everything they need to live a happy, healthy, fulfilling life.

Administration

Administration directs the operations of The Human Service Center across our operations. Our admin team seeks out talent, resources, and options to improve our services, agencies, and communities.

News, Articles
& Resources

HSC Releases Annual Review

We are proud to announce the release of our 2019 Annual Report. Check it out here:
ANNUAL REPORT

HSC Takes Part in Family Assistance Center Full-Scale Exercise

Commitment Procedures

& Alternatives

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

 

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Crisis Line

 Help is Just a Phone Call Away!

1-888-299-1188

Confidential 24x7 assistance

 

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Text "HOPELINE" to 741741

24/7 - Free - Trained Crisis Counselors

 

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Struggling?

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705 E Timber Drive

Rhinelander, WI 54501

Call Us:

715.369.2215