Mental Health Liaison Program Partners

The Madison Police Department works in collaboration with the following agencies in order to provide the best possible services to individuals within our community who are affected by various mental health issues. This list is not all inclusive but rather a list of agencies that the Madison Police Department interacts with on frequent basis when assisting individuals who suffer from a mental illness.

Mental Health Center of Dane County (MHC)

Mission Statement: The mission of the Mental Health Center of Dane County, Inc. is to provide individuals and families with high quality, community based, recovery oriented, mental health, substance abuse, and advocacy services that respect cultural differences and foster hope, strength, and self determination. We will give priority to individuals and families with high needs and low resources.

625 West Washington Avenue
Madison, WI 53703-2637
Phone: (608) 280-2700
Fax: (608) 280-2707
Website: Mental Health Center of Dane County

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

NAMI Dane County, Inc. is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide education, advocacy, support and outreach concerning serious mental illnesses. We offer a newsletter, a large library and training programs for consumers, family members and providers. NAMI's education programs provide relevant information and valuable insight into living with severe and persistent mental illness. Whether you are a consumer, a family member, or a provider, there is a NAMI Dane County service to assist you.

2059 Atwood Ave., 4th Floor
Madison, WI 53704-5367
Phone: (608) 249-7188
Fax: (608) 249-7186
Email: contact@namidanecounty.org
Website: National Alliance on Mental Illness

PACT: Program of Assertive Community Treatment

The Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT), is an outpatient, clinical research unit of the Mendota Mental Health Institute. PACT, also known in the mental health literature as the "Training in Community Living Program" first began as a demonstration project to both implement initial research findings of Mendota researchers in the late 1960's and early 1970's (early work), and to further investigate new approaches to providing integrated, long-term treatment to persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses.

600 Williamson Street, Suites A & B
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-0721
Fax: (608) 261-8085
Website: Program of Assertive Community Treatment

William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital

  • 87-bed acute care facility.
  • Provides tertiary medical, surgical, neurological, and psychiatric care, and a full range of outpatient services.
  • Serves 130,000 Veterans who live in 15 counties in south-central Wisconsin and in five counties in northwestern Illinois.
  • Madison is the specialty care referral center for an additional 57,000 Veterans who reside in the Tomah VAMC primary service area.
  • The Madison VAH is affiliated with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and is physically connected to the University of Wisconsin Clinical Science Center which includes the UW Hospitals and Clinics.
  • The hospital also supports a Vet Center in Madison.
  • Madison is responsible for community based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) at Janesville, Baraboo, Beaver Dam, WI, and Rockford and Freeport, IL and a primary care annex at Madison West Clinic.
  • The Madison VA Hospital is one of seven facilities that comprise Veterans Integrated Services Network 12 which is administratively headquartered at Hines, IL, and includes facilities in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

2500 Overlook Terrace
Madison, WI 53705
Phone: 888-478-8321
Phone: (608) 256-1901
Website: William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital