1028 South 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53204
The Human Services Department at the United Community Center was founded in 1979 in response to increasing demands for bilingual and culturally competent programs for Hispanics and other minorities with alcohol and drug use problems. UCC is the only bilingual/bicultural substance use disorder (SUD) treatment program in Wisconsin that provides the entire continuum of care for SUD services for Spanish speakers. It's also the only public sector SUD treatment program in Milwaukee with a complete continuum of care and trauma-informed dual-diagnosis-capable mental health outpatient for both men and women.
UCC is also the only treatment site that serves as a Central Intake Unit (walk-in assessments) for Milwaukee County's public sector substance use delivery system.
Outpatient Treatment Program offers weekly Alcohol and Other Drug Addition (AODA) group therapy sessions and weekly individual sessions with a licensed AODA counselor. Day treatment is a 20 hour a week program; hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Program is designed to be cultural and linguistically competent in the Hispanic cultural.
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