Nationally Accredited - Locally Respected
We innovate care to heal mind and spirit.
Our experienced therapists provide mental health and addiction counseling for children, teens, adults, couples, and families. We promote psychological health by treating each individual as a whole person, rather than a “case.” Treatment is based on your needs, and our therapists are trained to incorporate your spiritual beliefs into therapy if you so choose.
Our therapists are committed to compassionate and high-quality care for every client. We work clients of all ages.
Our highly-qualified therapists address emotional health issues, including, but not limited to:
- Addictions and substance abuse
- Anger Management
- Grief and loss
- Life Transitions
- Loss and change
- Marriage and relationships
- Panic Attacks
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Social skills
- Spirituality and faith
We partner with St. Norbert College’s Community Outreach and Language Services office to provide interpreter services for counseling clients.Please get to know our therapists HERE.
Current clients can make or change appointments using our secure Client Portal. Access the Client Portal HERE. If you need a log-in, please speak to your counselor.
Groups & Workshops
Throughout the year, we facilitate groups and workshops on a variety of mental wellness topics. Check out our events calendar HERE for upcoming group opportunities for children, couples, and families. Please contact our client engagement team at 920-437-8256 if you are interested in an opportunity that isn’t listed.
School-Based Mental Health Counseling
Through our partnership with the Connections for Mental Wellness Coalition, we provide mental health counseling at the following schools:
- Aldo Leopold Community School, Green Bay Area Public School District
- Bay View Middle School, Howard-Suamico School District
- Lineville Intermediate School, Howard-Suamico School District
Please contact the schools directly for a referral.
The Man Project
Foundations therapists collaborate with the J. J. Keller Foundation and other nonprofit organizations to address the issue of men’s suicide in Wisconsin. Men complete suicide four times more often than women. We launched an outreach campaign to create awareness about this issue, partnered with the Brown County Tavern League to help us reach their customers, and held focus groups with men to talk about what supportive resources they need. We look forward to launching the next phase of this project soon. To see outreach materials and learn more about the project, visit the Man Project HERE.
Women & Infant Postpartum Depression Group
Working with Family & Childcare Resources of Northeast Wisconsin, we facilitate groups for new mothers and their infant children. We work with moms to address postpartum depression. Babies are part of this group to help moms continue the healthy bonding experience. Please contact the Family & Childcare Resource Center HERE for more information about the joining the program.
Foundations is an active member of the Brown County Child Abuse & Neglect Initiative led by the Brown County United Way. Several times a year, the Initiative offers training for biological, foster, adoptive parents and caregivers, as well as providers, who work with children and families who have experienced trauma. Check out our events calendar for HERE upcoming training.
Comprehensive Community Services
Foundations contracts with Brown, Door, and Shawano counties to provide an array of services for those clients in county CCS program. Mental health and addiction counseling re provided in our clinics. Counseling and individual skill development can be provided in a client’s home or in the community. Skill development includes training in communication, interpersonal skills, problem solving, decision making, self regulation, conflict resolution, parenting, and other specific needs identified in the client’s service plan. For more information regarding referral into these programs, please contact:
Brown County Human Services – 920-391-6940
Door County Human Services – 920-746-7155
Shawano County Human Services – 715-526-4700
In addition, our therapists provide over 500 hours every year in pro bono service on community committees, including:
- AODA (Alcohol & Other Drug Addiction) Providers Meeting Group
- Brown County Coalition for Suicide Prevention
- Brown County Mental Health Task Force
- Brown County Area School-Based Task Force
- Community Partnership for Children Task Force
- United Way Trauma-informed Task Force
- United Way Child Abuse Task Force
We provide mental health consultation to community groups. Past consultation contracts include Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W. and Oneida Nation Head Start. If you are interested in partnering with us for consultation, contact Director of Clinical Services, Julie Feld, at 920-437-8256.