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Emergency Services

Northland provides 24 hour per day, 365 days per year emergency services coverage.  You may contact the on-call worker by calling the office during ordinary business hours at (608) 296-2139, or by calling the emergency number after hours or on weekends or holidays.  The after hours number is 608-297-2115.  You will get the Marquette County Sheriff’s Department.  The dispatcher there can put you in contact with the on-call worker.
 
Our emergency services system also responds to calls from local police in the event that the police officer identifies a situation with potential danger to self or others.  We assist the police in doing emergency detentions, that is, placement in a psychiatric inpatient hospital. 
 
Our emergency services program is offered through contract with Marquette County.  This program is certified by the State of Wisconsin and we can bill Medicaid for emergency services.  If you are located in a different county, and you or someone you know are showing behaviors which might be dangerous, then call your local police, or local county mental health office.  

Just ask for the mental health on-call worker.  It is not necessary to tell the dispatcher why you want to talk to the mental health worker.  Of course, you will have to tell the dispatcher your name and give your phone number so we can call you.

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