Lutheran Counseling & Family Services of Wisconsin
(LCFS) is a non-profit, state licensed outpatient mental health care agency and adoption service provider, serving the State of Wisconsin. Our licensed therapists and psychologists provide counseling to children, individuals, and families regardless of race, ethnic background, or religious affiliation. View our vision statements here.
Outpatient Mental Health Counseling and Therapy
- Stress, anxiety, depression, and self-esteem issues
- Alcohol and other drug abuse counseling and treatment (AODA)
- In-school Counseling Services
- Marriage And Relationship Counseling
- Grief, loss and bereavement coping
- Anger Management Skill Building
- Addressing geriatric mental health issues and concerns
- Military veterans and family counseling
- Adolescent issues and depression counseling
OUTPATIENT AODA (ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG ABUSE) COUNSELING
If alcohol or drug use is negatively a person’s relationships, daily functions, and/or physical health, there may be a serious problem that needs to be addressed through professional counseling and treatment. We offer a full range of outpatient treatment services including:
- One-on-one counseling and group therapy
- Prevention education
- Relapse prevention
Adoption and Birth Options Counseling
Whether you are dealing with an unintended pregnancy or are interested in adopting a child into a loving, caring, Christian home, we can provide the education, resources and assistance you need. We provide compassionate counseling for the birth parent(s), ensuring the best interests of themselves and the baby are met. For families hoping to grow through domestic and international adoptions or to unify through step-parent or grandparent adoptions, we provide home study services, preparation counseling and support throughout the process. For over 120 years LCFS has been bringing families together through adoption – providing guidance in the best interests of the biirth parents, adoptive parents, and most importantly, the children.
Gerry’s Story – A tale of one woman’s lifelong experience with LCFS.