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Please contact your insurance company's customer service department to verify:
There are county and non-profit organizations that offer options for individuals who qualify for assistance.
If you have Medicaid or no insurance at all, there are county and non-profit organizations that offer options for individuals who qualify for assistance. Each county in the state operates a mental health clinic for this purpose. In addition, there are a number of private mental health clinics that also offer this advantage. To learn more, contact your county's Department of Social or Human Services. Ask to be directed to their outpatient mental health clinic.
In the Madison area, contact the following clinics:
First, choose the Dean Clinic location that works best for you. Then, contact the Psychiatry Department at that clinic using the following phone numbers:
Please ask the receptionist to schedule you with the mental health specialist who is most familiar with the problem you are experiencing. You may be referred to a licensed Dean psychiatrist, psychologist or psychotherapist. If you are dealing with a serious medical illness or surgery, you may benefit from seeing a behavioral medicine professional who specializes in helping patients adjust to the physical and lifestyle changes brought about by these conditions.
Learn about Dean's Oncology Support Services, which focus on helping individuals and families cope with many aspects of cancer.
Support groups and other services are available.
If you're worried about memory loss in yourself or a family member, learn about the services of the Memory Assessment Program.
Dean's Stress Management Resource, which include audio recordings
Dean's Articles on Parenting, Holiday Stress and Other Mental Health Topics
Mental and Behavioral Issues Topics
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