If you are not eligible for services through your community mental health agency, you can also connect with resources through the local health systems.
Local Health Systems
Most commonly, accessing mental and behavioral health services can be done by discussing your needs and concerns with your primary care provider. If you do not have a primary care provider, you can call any local health system to be connected with a family practice provider. Click here to check out a list of local health systems to find a Primary Care Provider.
- Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital
- Upper Great Lakes Family Health Centers
- Hancock VA Clinic
- Baraga County Memorial Hospital
- Aspirus Ontonagon Hospital
- Aspirus Ironwood Hospital
- Ironwood VA Clinic
- Lac Vieux Desert Health Center
Regional Health Systems
These larger health systems have further services and may be a place in which you might be referred for additional or more specialized care:
- UP Health System Marquette
- Bellin Health Psychiatric Center - Escanaba
- Dr. Michael Notorangelo, DO, ABAM, CMRO
- Private practice psychiatry and addiction medicine specialist. Does not accept insurance. Call 1-231-242-4673 to inquire.
- Essentia Health - Ashland Clinic (Wisconsin)
- NorthLakes Community Clinic (Wisconsin)
- Northland Counseling Services (Wisconsin)
Larger Medical Centers
You can also check out mental and behavioral health offerings at larger medical centers listed on the Health Facilities list. To view the list please click here.
You may also want to check with your university, school, or employer to see if they offer mental health services to employees or students such as Employee Assistance Programs or student mental health services.
Another option is to check with your insurance plan to see if they offer any telehealth services.
If you are unable to find a local resource or would like to explore online options, first consider reading some important tips about online therapy from the American Psychological Association here.