Kaleidoscope Center part of a state-funded network of 11 behavioral health drop-in centers
Wisconsin’s newest drop-in center offering support to adults experiencing mental health concerns is now open in Menomonie. Kaleidoscope Center is managed by the Wisconsin Milkweed Alliance, which received a $30,000 peer recovery center grant last summer from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS). Staff are trained members of the community who have experienced their own mental health concerns. They use their experiences to help others through stressful situations.
“We’re pleased to partner with Wisconsin Milkweed Alliance to add another location to Wisconsin’s network of state-funded mental health drop-in centers,” said DHS Secretary-designee Karen Timberlake. “We know that for many, the peer-to-peer connection offered at places like Kaleidoscope Center is the key for healing and wellness.”
Kaleidoscope Center is located on the lower level of Menomonie City Hall. There is no cost to visit.
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