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In a move to save money, Dane County plans to open two mental health centers.

Dane County plans to open two mental health crisis centers in an effort to save money by reducing the number of people hospitalized for mental health problems.

Last fall, Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk proposed funding a $524,000 program with 12 beds to triage mental health patients who are taken to hospital emergency rooms and later Mendota Mental Health Institute, costing county taxpayers more than $1 million a year.

The new plan would fund two centers run by Tellurian UCAN and the Mental Health Center of Dane County with 20 beds total.

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CARE HOUSE now open in LaCrosse

The CARE (Crisis Assessment, Recovery and Empowerment) House formed in early 2009 as a collaborative effort to improve the mental health and substance abuse crisis system for adults in west central Wisconsin.

In light of the complex interactions between crisis system stakeholders – including but not limited to advocates and consumers, county staff, law enforcement, medical personnel and other service providers – the project seeks to incorporate the input of these various entities in such a way as to leverage the expertise of each while meeting the needs of all in a mutually beneficial manner.

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what is suboxone?

Treatment with SUBOXONE® at the Teresa McGovern Center.

Opioid Addiction, often accompanying the treatment of pain with the use of prescription opiates as well as an increase in heroin use, has become a major social problem in the United States.

The Teresa McGovern Center (TMC) recognizes that it is ideal for individuals participating in Opioid (heroin and other prescription drugs) addiction treatment to do so in a well balanced program utilizing a “continuum of care” approach.

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Save the Date!

Swing Fore Recovery
June 1st, 2012

We invite you to join us for the 15th Annual Tellurian Celebrity Golf Tournament benefiting Tellurian UCAN, Inc. We are back at Wild Rock at The Wilderness in Wisconsin Dells. Our premiere event pairs golfers with past and present Wisconsin and National sports celebrities

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did you know?

Each year, the Tellurian Family of Services provides much needed help and assistance to more than 8,500 people via treatment, a wide range of support services, and housing. Serving the needs of patients throughout greater Wisconsin, as well the upper Midwest, the Tellurian Family of Services continues in its mission of optimizing every patient’s chance for recovery, by “Making Recovery a Reality” for all individuals and families seeking help.