Founded on Nov. 16, 1948 as the Dane County Child Guidance Center with six employees, Journey has grown into a sizeable community mental health clinic with over 500 staff members. We are dedicated to innovation and cutting edge programs.
In 2016, 2,803 individuals received assessments and 12,463 individuals received treatment services through Journey’s 29 programs. Journey provides a continuum of services to individuals across the lifespan.
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Kristi Papcke-Benson, R.N., MSN, CNE
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Chief Medical Officer
Colleen Clark Buss
Chief Human Resources Officer
About Our Annual Report
To ensure the trust of our stakeholders, including:
–Grant, funding and contract agencies
–Those with whom we do business
–The community at-large
we reveal not only our financial data but certain performance measures related to the evidence based care we provide. The 2016 report also highlights our programs and services, people and the innovative care we provide on a daily basis.
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Improving people’s lives by pioneering and sustaining effective mental health and substance use disorder services.
The vision of Journey Mental Health Center is to become a center of excellence for the provision of behavioral health services.
People: Hiring and retaining great employees.
Productivity: Being a model of quality and cost effective service for other behavioral health organizations.
Partners: Achieving and maintaining the highest levels of consumer satisfaction.
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