Upcoming Trainings & Events
See What's Happening at Journey!
Date: March 23, 2020
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Location: 25 Kessel Ct. (Lower Level Training Room), Madison, WI.
Do I Need to Report This? Join Alisson Burda as she guides you through mandated reporting child abuse and neglect concerns for mandated reporters. This training will include discussion and an opportunity to ask questions.
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Date: Thursday, April 23, 2020
Time: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Location: 25 Kessel Ct., Lower Level Training Rm.
Hear Saima Chauhan explain the impact of substance use disorders and the neurobiological pathways involved with the development of SUDs. Learn how to identify the various clinical presentations of clients with SUDs and best practice when a client has a reoccurrence of symptoms. Gain knowledge about the DSM 5 Diagnostic Codes related to SUDs along with withdrawal management & Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).
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Upcoming Trainings & Events
Programs + Services
During a mental health emergency, Journey is there for you and your family. In Dane County, Journey is a leader when care is most critical. We operate Dane County’s 24/7/365 suicide prevention hotline …
Today, you can get the right level of care your loved one needs … at the right time. Some people may only need to see a psychiatric prescriber once a quarter for medication management …
We’re in your neighborhoods making a difference … every single day. People living with schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder, and those involved in the legal system due to mental illness and addiction …
What Sets Us Apart
Integrated Primary Care
When you come to Journey for counseling or to see a prescriber, we will also help you address your physical health challenges, including diabetes, hypertension, excess weight, and other health issues. Now you can see a specially trained advanced practice nurse practitioner to help you take care of your whole self.
Trauma Informed Care
No one is immune to the impact of trauma. Left untreated, it can result in a lifetime of mental health and substance use disorder challenges, crime, violence, family problems and more. Journey helps survivors rebuild a sense of control and empowerment by emphasizing physical, psychological and emotional safety.
We track what works. We can show you our outcomes. Our providers are experts in suicide risk assessment, motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy. Our treatment philosophy is to provide evidenced based services in the least restrictive setting. It is culturally appropriate and recovery-oriented.
The Journey Professional Development and Training Department is an accredited ACEP provider through the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) and awards Continuing Education hours for designated trainings. Journey staff earn CE's and community members can earn CE's for a broad array of trainings covering topics from Ethics and Boundaries to Trauma Informed Care. Click below for information and registration on current and upcoming trainings.
We offer mental health and substance abuse services to individuals across their life span. We treat consumers in settings their homes, neighborhood and senior centers, and schools. Our experienced multidisciplinary staff provides psychiatric, social work, rehabilitation, nursing, psychological, and peer support.
On Site Pharmacy
Have all of your medications filled at Journey … right after your appointment. You can also have them delivered or mailed to your home at no cost! Our multiple packaging options make taking medications simple. Genoa Healthcare operates Journey’s in-house pharmacy for the convenience of our consumers.