Mental health Services
Community Outreach Center – Adult Program
The VPI Community Outreach Center (ORC) is a free drop-in mental health community center for individuals with a formal mental health and/or substance use diagnosis. With a focus on providing a safe and supportive environment for adults involved in the mental health recovery process, the ORC offers numerous peer-led programs and activities that offer connection, community engagement, skills development, and self-directed growth through shared experience. Our adult program is open to community members who are 18 years of age and older.
Community Outreach Center – Youth and Young Adult Program
The VPI Community Outreach Center (ORC) is a free drop-in mental health community center for individuals with a formal mental health and/or substance use diagnosis. The ORC Youth and Young Adult program offers supported education, access, and delivery of mental health services that are trauma informed, skill practice with side-by-side coaching available along with social engagement and crisis prevention planning. The Youth and Young Adult programs works to cultivate healthy habits, develop community, and encourage independence within young adults. The Youth and Young adult program is open to community members who are 14-24 years old.
Mental Health Navigator
The Mental Health Navigator serves Calumet, Outagamie, and Winnebago counties, and connects community members in need, or in crisis, with the system of mental health care. The Mental Health Navigator can help schedule appointments with primary care physicians or mental health providers, get transportation to and from appointments, and can help navigate the world of health insurance. At this time, referrals to the Mental Health Navigator are only made by law enforcement, 211, and pre-approved community agencies.
Meet Brittany, the Mental Health Navigator in a short video here.
Individual Placement and Support
An evidence-based model of supported employment for individuals with mental illness and/or substance use disorders find and maintain community employment. These employment services are integrated with mental health treatment and the supports provided to clients are individualized and time unlimited. Employment Specialists connect with local employers to make a good job match for both the client and the employer. Open to individuals receiving Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) and/or Community Support Program (CSP) services in Calumet, Fond du Lac, and Outagamie counties.
Contracted Funding Partners
Supported in part by United Way Fox Cities
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