The Counseling Care Center 

Life can bring great joy as well as unexpected challenges. Each one of us can face circumstances that may feel overwhelming. Difficulties such as stress, anxiety, and/or depression can arise when individuals go through change during the high school years, entering young adulthood, or during marriage or divorce. Other emotional issues may require long term management and support. Counseling and Psychiatric services can be an effective way to work through the short and long-term challenges of life.

Beloit Health System's Counseling Services are certified by the State of Wisconsin for both of the their Addictions and Mental Health Programs. They have provided comprehensive outpatient mental health and addictions counseling since 1996 at Beloit Hospital.

At the Counseling Care Center, our goal is to help people handle the immediate concerns while learning to understand the underlying issues that may be adding to life’s complexities. 


Beloit Hospital – 2nd floor - 1969 W. Hart Road , Beloit, WI 

Janesville Clinic - 1321 Creston Park Drive, Janesville, WI

School District of Beloit Counseling Care Center, Beloit, WI  

Group Therapy

Sometimes connecting with others who are dealing with similar issues can go a long way in helping people work through their problems. Contact us today for an updated list as groups are always being added. 

The Counseling Care Center currently offers the following group sessions.

  • Cancer Patient/Family Therapy
  • Depression Group for Women
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Group
  • Cancer Support Group through Beloit Cancer Center
  • Parenting Group
  • Pie and Coffee Group
  • Transgender Support Group for Adults 18 and Older

Alcohol and Drug Addictions

People in the early stages of alcoholism and addiction to other drugs can often be effectively treated in an outpatient setting. Beloit Health System's AODA Intensive Outpatient Program helps people learn to cope with their addictions as they carry on their daily lives. The program can involve family and others who are close to the client and designs treatment plans to reflect the individual needs of each client. Treatment objectives are developed which help people lead lives that are free of chemical involvement, establish or improve relationships and develop their capacity for personal growth. People seeking treatment or aoda services are given an evaluation by a mental health counselor to determine whether or not dependency is present and, if so, the level of care considered necessary. Those deemed treatable as outpatients may be admitted to the program.

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Clients can generally complete the program in six weeks. Continuing Care groups (who meet at Beloit Hospital) following primary treatment are 10–12 weeks.


A psychological evaluation may be made at the time of admission if it is considered advisable. The treatment program consists of:

  • Assessment
  • Lectures
  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Counseling
  • Continuing Care
  • Insurance

Most insurance companies will approve payment for outpatient AODA services, treatment and counseling. If you have any questions about coverage by your medical insurance please contact them. You may need pre-approval. If you need assistance or information from us, you can contact our Counseling Care Center staff at 608.364.5686.

Employee Assistance Program

Your employee’s emotional health, as well as their physical health, determine their overall performance. Substance abuse, depression, or anxiety can weigh heavily on their workplace productivity. Many of these issues can jeopardize their jobs, mean additional replacement and training costs to you, and make work a stressful place for everyone. 

We would like to offer you solutions to these concerns.

  • According to recent OSHA data, 75% of illicit drug users are employed either full or part-time.
  • About 43% of adults have been exposed to alcoholism in families.
  • Approximately 10% of American adults suffer from a depressive illness, possibly leading to increased work errors, diminished performance or withdrawal from coworkers

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What can an EAP Program do for me?

Our EAP program provides confidential, professional assistance to employees and their dependents who need help with personal problems. These problem areas could include emotional, marital and family concerns, stress, personal issues, as well as alcohol and/or drug abuse. As an added benefit, our EAP program helps supervisors/managers/ department heads sharpen their own management skills. You can request training to identify and refer those employees whose personal problems may affect work performance.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Services Include:

Diagnostic Workup and Referral

Each employee and dependent is eligible to receive up to three sessions per year (at no charge to the employee), to assess the problem area. The workup will provide short-term problem resolution. If further services are needed, then a referral for outpatient psychotherapy, alcohol and drug treatment, medication evaluation by a psychiatrist, psychological testing, hospitalization or self-help groups will be made. Upon proper signed release of information, the referral source can obtain a copy of the recommendations if this evaluation is mandated for employee’s continued employment.

Program Promotion

Employee orientation takes place to acquaint employees with the EAP program and “personalize” EAP staff. Supervisory/management training is offered to assist staff in recognizing employees who could benefit from counseling. This is done at no extra charge.


Our EAP coordinator will be available to management/supervisory staff, formally or informally, to address concerns. This could include brief discussions over the phone on handling difficult situations, involvement in disciplinary meetings, or team building with a group of employees.

Crisis De-Briefing

A 24-hour phone response line is available to employees and their dependents. For company wide trauma, our team would assist the organization to assist traumatized employees after a critical incident.

Wellness Education Programs

EAP offers both wellness education and management training programs. Up to four free programs are possible within a year. Some examples are: Employee and Management Services, Stress Management, Parenting, Marital Communication, Eating Disorders, Holistic Health, Communication in the Workplace, Time Management, Depression, Team Building, Positive Mental Health, and Substance Abuse

Management Services

  • Probable cause trainings and how to document problems with employees
  • Crisis Management
  • Violence in the workplace
  • How to make a difficult referral
  • How to identify AODA or mental health issues
  • Dispute Resolution
  • EAP personnel can intervene as a mediator to assist in resolving disagreements and/or personality conflicts in the workplace.


Tools developed by the EAP can assist in evaluating utilization of services, efficacy of services and perception of value by employees.


Referral of employees to appropriate services does not always mean the employee takes action. Follow up ensures the services are being used. Because EAP assessments are confidential, a release of information is needed to let the supervisor know the appointment was kept. If a more in-depth working relationship is needed between the EAP, employer and employee, this would have to be agreed upon ahead of time and specific releases need to be signed.


We will provide quarterly reports summarizing employee utilization. Reports will not contain personal identifying data, but will categorize clients according to problem area, referral source and case disposition.

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November 14, 2020

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December 3, 2020

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