Grant Regional Community Clinic now offers Outpatient Counseling. We encourage you to focus on your mental health because it can have a huge impact on your whole life. Our goal is to help patients reduce the stress and conflict within their lives and improve upon essential coping skills, while strengthening decision making abilities. We assist in improving one's concentration and communication skills to help resolve difficult communication, build safe boundaries in problematic relationships, and create healthier self-care techniques. These focused treatments are to improve our patients continuity of care, tailored for each individual patient.
Individual evaluation and treatment
Focusing on but not limited to:
- Grief and loss
- Coping with life stressors/chronic health conditions
- Assistance with developing coping skills to manage stress
Appointments (608) 723-2131
Brittney Stelpflug, MSW, CAPSW
Originally from Lancaster, Brittney completed her bachelor's degree in May 2014 and her master's degree in 2020 and returned to Lancaster to live and work where she grew up. She felt strongly that she wanted to return home to be able to provide important services in her hometown for her family, friends and neighbors. Brittney currently shares her time at Grant Regional between Social Work in the hospital and Outpatient Counseling Services at Grant Regional Community Clinic. Her caring nature and professional expertise allow her to help others make positive changes.
- Wisconsin Hopeline - Text "HOPELINE" to 741741 (for immediate emotional support)
- National Hopeline Network - Call (800) SUICIDE
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - Call (800) 273-TALK (8255)