“You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.” -Maya Angelou
If this is a mental health crisis, please call 9-1-1 or the crisis hotline: 989.
Who We Are
Health and wellness is difficult to maintain in the best of times, let alone changes in life situations or illness. In a continuation of OAFC’s belief in holistic human-centered healthcare, we are proud to have bilingual therapists on staff to meet with patients who speak English or Spanish. Some wounds are not always treatable by a doctor’s appointment, so talking with our therapists, meeting with a therapy group, or considering other therapeutic options may be the way to get you to a fuller and more fulfilling state of wellness.
Qualifying for Our Clinic
Those who live or work in Walworth County with no health insurance and a household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level.
Services OAFC Provides
- Outpatient psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families
- Group Therapy
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Medication Therapy
Other services provided can be found on dedicated pages for:
Medical, Dental, and Care Coordination
Services OAFC does NOT Provide
Access to in-patient treatment programs
Medication treatment for substance use disorders or advanced psychiatric diagnosis
Fee to see doctor or to receive services
All services are free to qualifying patients.
Learn more about how to qualify on our Patients page on our website.
If this service seems like you qualify, register online or feel free to call for more questions: 262-379-1401