New Layton Clinic offers bilingual mental, behavioral, addiction treatment

May 15, 2018

Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers’ Layton Clinic is focusing on mental and behavioral health services, including alcohol and drug abuse treatment, in an underserved area on the South Side. The new clinic also provides primary care to patients who come for mental health services, and to community members.

Sixteenth Streets’ four full-service clinics — three in Milwaukee County and one in Waukesha County — its school based-clinics at St. Augustine Prep and St. Anthony schools; its satellite geriatric clinic at the United Community Center; and WIC (Women, Infant and Children) clinic, all on Milwaukee’s South Side, see approximately 38,000 patients annually, according to True.

Neighborhood News Service: “New Layton Clinic offers bilingual mental, behavioral, addiction treatment”

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