Ozaukee County Hospital and Clinics

Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer’s Association of Southeastern Wisconsin is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to assisting individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, families, caregivers, and professionals. The Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter provides 5 core services, including: Care Consultation, Educational Opportunities, Information and Referral, Safe Return, and Support Groups. 800-272-3900 (24/7 Hotline)


620 76th Street Suite 160
Milwaukee, WI 53214


Phone: 414-479-8800

Website: http://www.alz.org/sewi/

Columbia St. Mary’s Adolescent Substance Abuse Program: The Huiras Center

Our staff of caring specialists use a comprehensive approach for early intervention and treatment. Led by a Clinical Psychologist, our drug and alcohol outpatient services give you and your family direct access to local and national resources that are evidence-based and values-driven. The goal of ASAP is to help achieve sobriety through a unique combination of therapies.


13111 N. Port Washington Rd.
Mequon, WI 53097


Phone: 262-243-6127

Website: http://www.columbia-stmarys.org/ASAP

Kacmarcik Education Resource Center

The Kacmarcik Education Resource Center is a consumer health library located within Columbia St. Mary’s Ozaukee Campus in Mequon. Services include:

  • All brochures are free
  • Books may be checked out
  • Internet access is available
  • Open to staff, patients, and public


13111 N. Port Washington Road
Mequon, WI 53097


Phone: 262-243-7448

Lighthouse Clinic

Confidential treatment for a wide variety of concerns. Individual, couple and family therapy for ages 2 and older. Chemical dependence / abuse assessment and intervention, group psychotherapy and other services. Mequon, Wisconsin.


Phone: 414-964-9200

Website: http://www.thelighthouseclinic.com/

Memory Minders, LLC

Memory Minders is a group memory enhancement program for adults experiencing early memory loss. This interactive program is designed to maintain memory through education and mental, physical, and creative activities all in a social engaging setting. Sessions meet on Mondays and Wednesdays in Grafton and include lunch.


Grafton, WI 53024


Phone: 262-707-9387

Website: http://www.memoryminders.net

Mequon Clinical Associates

Individual group and family therapy designed to enhance motivation to change and end the problems of substance abuse and mental health concerns.


Phone: 262-241-7778

Website: http://www.mequonclinical.com/

Ozaukee County Public Health Department

Call for various times and locations of clinics and screenings. Services include:

  • Animal bite / rabies follow-up
  • Blood pressure screening o
  • Adult/childhood immunizations
  • Communicable disease (food/waterborne outbreaks and Lyme / vector-borne diseases)
  • Community Coalitions INVEST Ozaukee: Obesity/physical activity; drug and alcohol abuse; mental health / suicide; tobacco control
  • Emergency preparedness planning
  • Flu & tetanus vaccines
  • Heroin task force
  • Public Health nursing services


121 W. Main Street P.O. Box 994
Port Washington, WI 53074


Phone: 262-284-8170/262-238-8170

Website: http://washozwi.gov

Rogers Memorial Hospital

Mental health services for adults, children and adolescents.


Phone: 800-767-4411

Website: http://www.rogershospital.org/

The Huiras Family Ozaukee Community Free Clinic

Free clinic for Ozaukee County residents age 18 and over who have limited income and who have no health insurance. Services include: Standard healthcare The clinic does not provide emergency care, pregnancy tests, STD screening, prenatal care or physical exams for the purpose of school, employment or surgery. Clinic Hours: Wednesday 5pm-8pm. Located in the Testing and Treatment area of the Columbia St. Mary’s Ozaukee Campus. Walk-ins are accepted between 5pm and 7pm; but appointments are recommended.


13111 N. Port Washington Road
Mequon, WI 53097


Phone: Walk-Ins: 262-243-7533 Appointment: 414-326-1800

Website: http://freeclinicdirectory.org/wisconsin_care/ozaukee_wi_county.html#sthash.6ZFd1oSU.dpuf