Brown County Health and Human Services Department
AODA Services
3150 Gershwin Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311

Behavioral Health Manager: Ian Agar
Phone: (920) 391-6940
Fax: (920) 391-4811

Substance abuse services offered by this facility:

1. Intake, assessment, or referral

2. Substance abuse treatment that focuses on establishing and maintaining an individual’s recovery from substance abuse and on preventing relapse

This facility offers treatment services to the following individuals:
(interventions include therapy or psychotropic medication that treat a person’s mental health problem or condition, reduce symptoms, and improve behavioral functioning and outcomes)The primary focus of this facility is a combination of mental health and substance abuse treatment services

Assessment and pre-treatment services provided by this facility include:Intoxicated Driver Assessment
If you've been convicted of an Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) offense, part of your court order will include a requirement to complete a Wisconsin Alcohol Impaired Driver Assessment, this being different to a traditional alcohol and other drug assessment. If you are a resident of Brown County, you should contact us at (920) 391-4780 to schedule an assessment. For information on approved treatment programs, please visit

Intoxicated Driver Program
Once the assessment is completed, you will receive a driver safety plan. If that driver safety plan requires you to go through treatment, there are a number of agencies to choose from. If you have insurance coverage, you may choose from providers that accept your coverage. If you do not have insurance coverage, many of the agencies offer services for fees that may be set based on your income.

Transitional services provided by this facility:The following ancillary services are provided by this facility:The following other services are provided by this facility:We accept clients who are on methadone, buprenorphine, oral naltrexone, and/or injectable Vivitrol® maintenance or treatment, but these medications may originate from or be prescribed by another entity. (The medications may or may not be stored/delivered/monitored onsite.)

Clinical/therapeutic approaches used at this facility:Languages in which counselors and on-call interpreters provide substance abuse treatment:Adult males and females seeking substance abuse treatment are served by this facility

OUTPATIENT services offered at this facility:This facility has a sliding fee scale

Types of payments or insurance accepted by this facility for substance abuse treatment: