Behavior Health Services

State Certified Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic

Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm

Phone: (715) 799-5451

Fax: (715) 799-3929

    Services

    Individual Counseling

    Group Counseling

    Couple’s Counseling

    Psychosocial Evaluation

    Psychiatric Evaluation

    Specialties

    Depression
    Sexual Abuse
    Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity
    Anxiety, Phobia, Panic
    Stress Management
    Compulsive and Addictive Behavior
    Grief/Loss, Trauma
    Headaches
    Child and Adolescent Issues

    Blended and Step Family Conflict
    Parenting Issues
    Crisis Management
    Child Management Methods
    Suicide Issues
    Sleep Disorders
    Elderly and Aging Issues
    Coping Strategies
    School Problems

    Chronic Pain
    Sexual Difficulties
    Personal Growth
    Adjustment Problems
    Lowered Self-Esteem
    Coupleship Difficulties
    Intimacy Concerns
    Conflict Resolution

    Behavior Health Services Staff

    Jodi Opper, MA, LPC
    Behavioral Health Director

    Maun-Yan Peterson-Sadler
    Program Assistant

    Santana Komanekin
    Receptionist

    Psychotherapists

    Carol Reichardt, LCSW

    Mark Fuller, LCSW

    Ryan Forbey, LPC

    Rachel Kielblock, LPC

    Kateri L Swett, LCSW

    Danielle Kakwitch, LPC-IT

    Consulting Psychiatric Providers:

    Dr. Michael J. O’Neill
    MD Psychiatrist

    Lonna Taylor
    Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

    Jessica Stevens
    Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

    Rachel Hoffman
    Psychiatric Case Manager-RN

    Amanda Baddmoccosin-Barnes
    Case Manager

    For after-hours mental health emergencies or crisis please call 911 or your local law enforcement agency. The National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is also available by calling or texting 988.

    Appointments

    Our medical physicians and providers are looking forward to seeing you.  Call 715-799-3361 or click here to schedule an appointment with Menominee Tribal Clinic.

    After Hours Services

    24-Hour NURSES HOTLINE: 1-866-540-6360

    SUICIDE & CRISIS LIFELINE:  988

    If you are in need of medication on weekends and evenings, it is best to call the nurse hotline. If needed, they will contact the doctor on-call. Note that narcotic pain medicines or other high-risk medications are not called in on weekends or evenings.

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    View our medical physicians, nurse practitioners, psychiatric consultants, and dentists.  Menominee Tribal Clinic is hiring. Visit this section of our website to view provider profiles & bios.