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Assessment & Admissions

What to Expect During an Assessment

During an assessment, you’ll sit down with a trained mental health professional. Together, you’ll complete an evaluation to determine what type of behavioral health services will help you the most. Please plan for 1 – 1 ½ hours to complete this process.

You and our team member will go through your past medical and mental health history. You’ll also discuss any previous drug or alcohol abuse. Family or friends are welcome to come along for support, if you choose. After your evaluation, we’ll explain if one of our programs sounds like a good fit for you.

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How to Schedule an Assessment

Anyone can contact us for information on scheduling an assessment. A friend, family member, referring professional, or the patient should call to explore options. The assessment will be completely confidential. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist with questions.

Reasons to Schedule an Assessment

When a mental health concern is causing difficulty or a disruption at school, work, or home, please contact us. Seek help immediately if any of the following are involved:

Suicidal or Homicidal Thoughts
• Severe Depression
• Debilitating Anxiety
• Psychosis & Hallucinations or Delusion

Admissions at Willow Creek Behavioral Health

A loved one suffering from a mental health crisis can be emotionally taxing. Willow Creek is dedicated to making the admissions process as seamless and simple as possible. Our team of mental health professionals are trained in the assessment and diagnosis of psychiatric disorders. With years of experience in caring for patients in crisis, our team will walk you through the process.

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  • Insurance card
  • Medical history
  • Medication list
  • Previous psychiatric history
  • ID card or social security card
  • Most current psychiatric and psychological evaluations
  • Psychiatric assessment as well as a history and physical from an inpatient hospital setting


  • Some recommended items are: tennis or running shoes, an extra pair of shoes or flip-flops.
  • The patient also needs 3 of each of the following: shirts, pants, shorts and undergarments (drawstrings, shoe laces, underwires, etc. will need to be removed from items to be allowed on the units). 
  • No personal electronic devices are allowed, such as cell phones, handheld gaming devices or other personal electronics.
  • Hygiene products are provided, however we do not allow perfume, cologne, makeup, hair dryers, curling irons or razors in the facility.

*Try to bring at least two weeks’ worth of clothing.

**Yes, you can do laundry. We have washers and dryers on campus that are used by all residents.


If mental health issues are causing problems for you at home, school or work, an evaluation can help you get on the path to feeling better.​

All it takes is a phone call. Anyone can contact us about a free, confidential assessment: the patient, a family member, a concerned friend, or a care provider. We’re here 24/7 to answer the call.

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Items to bring when you come for your assessment:

  • Current medications and prescriptions
  • Insurance card
  • Pharmacy card (if separate from your insurance card)

In case you are admitted for treatment right away, pack a bag with these items:

  • Tennis or running shoes
  • Extra pair of shoes
  • Flip flops
  • 3 shirts
  • 3 pairs of pants
  • 3 shorts
  • 3 sets of undergarments

To be allowed on the units, for safety reasons all drawstrings, shoelaces, underwires, etc. need to be removed.

  • Personal electronic devices (cell phones, handheld gaming devices, vapes or e-cigarettes)
  • Hygiene products including makeup, perfume, cologne, hair dryers, curling irons or razors
  • Jewelry (necklaces, watches)
  • Tank tops or halter tops
  • Clothing with ties or strings
  • Hoodies
  • Belts

To be allowed on the units, for safety reasons all drawstrings, shoelaces, underwires, etc. need to be removed.

Assessments are done at our mental health treatment center in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Willow Creek Behavioral Health
1351 Ontario Road
Green Bay, WI 54311

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