SOAR Support for Mental Wellness
SOAR Case Management Services is located at 4513 Milwaukee Street Madison, WI 53714. If visiting, please use the front door to enter the building. Open office hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00-2:00 and Tuesday 9:00-12:30.
Dane County Behavioral Health Resource Center (BHRC) is available for any Dane County resident to connect with resources for mental health and/or substance use needs. If you or someone you care about in Dane County is interested in accessing services, please call the BHRC at 608-267-2244 or email them at BHRC@countyofdane.com . For more information on the BHRC, click here .
Support and Understanding
SOAR offers a full range of services, advice and referrals for adults with mental health or substance use concerns. For over twenty-five years, SOAR has helped consumers recover and develop their capabilities with Comprehensive Community Services, a Mental Health Outpatient Clinic, Case Management, Recovery Dane Information and Referral, Certified Peer Specialists, and the Solstice House Peer-Run Respite and Warm Line.
Solstice House Warmline
Warmine is a peer support service available to anyone in Wisconsin. When you call, please leave a message with your name, phone number, and brief description of the support you are seeking. Please note, if you do not leave a message we cannot give you a call back! At times, due to increased call volume, it may take us a few hours to get back to you, but generally you will get a call back within the hour! The phone number is (608) 244-5077 and is open to any resident in Wisconsin!
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Help keep our community warm this winter by donating scarves, hats, and gloves at our 4513 Milwaukee Street office!
SOAR's 'Doughnation' event was rescheduled due to weather. Please join us on May 31st at Ian's Pizza Garver Mills. Updated information will be posted soon!
Governor Tony Evers declared 2023 The Year of Mental Health and he is making good on his word! Gov. Evers and DHS have awarded $1 million in grants to increase access to mental health and substance use care for underserved communities. Ten organizations will each receive $100,000 to develop projects that build on the ability of behavioral health professionals to support people with diverse values and beliefs and SOAR is one of them! SOAR will be using the $100,000 grant on a series of trainings focused on improving the quality of peer supports for multiple communities.
Thank you to Gov. Evers and DHS! We're incredibly grateful for this opportunity to better the Madison community through peer support.
“Peer run respites give me a chance to get help when I feel like I might have a crisis. Since there is someone to talk to and it’s not just a place to stay, I can work through my problems that could lead to crisis.”
Peer Run Respite
“With the help of my case manager, I have been connected with a therapist, housing, and much more. I finally feel I can focus on my recovery 100%.”
“With the help of Recovery Dane Services, I was able to connect with a peer who helps me focus on my recovery and apply for services that encourage me to live independently.”