(414) 933-7083   |     (414) 933-7883
835 N 23rd Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233

Our Philosophy and Vision

TransformationServices, Inc. uses a holistic approach to Substance Abuse and Mental Health Counseling, incorporating a healthier physical, emotional, and spiritual lifestyle. Since 1995, the Healing Garden component of our treatment program has had available an outdoor alternative, allowing clients to learn and practice effective stress management techniques. A walking track seen from our roof, and a naturalistic location for therapy offers a calm oasis in a busy urban locale. This provides a setting for the development of effective wellness strategies that until now for the client have been self-destructive choices (alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, food etc). We now offer the Healing Garden for both staff and students.

Our facility GreenCircle offers a growing environment that also supports a Social Entrepreneurship Model for Professionals and Professionals to Be. We believe strongly that our "Treatment to Training", "Peer to Peer" approach is transferable, given the new Affordable Care Act, and Mental Health Parity Laws. Transformation Services, Inc. feels the now required access to care will only augment and enhance the demand for our services. From Jobs to Business Ownership, we believe in assisting those who want to start or remain in the health care field, the tools to become fully participating member of their communities-locally, regionally, and nationally. For Individuals, Businesses, Community, and now the Government, TransformationServices, Inc. offers a 360 Circle of Support.

For Individuals
  • Offering "Treatment to Training" Program that Assists Professionals and "Professionals to Be" become Substance Abuse Counselors through DSPS Approved Education and Clinical Supervision
  • On-Line/Telemedicine Psychotherapy
  • Holistic Career and Personal Changes from a Wellness Perspective: Mindfulness, Life & Job/Business Mentoring and Coaching.
  • ASKTHEDOC: On/Call Questions Answered Regarding Mental Health and Substance Abuse by TSI Consortium Staff Via Email.
For Businesses
  • Business Filings (LLC vs. Inc; Profit vs. Non-Profit), Trademarks
  • Fact Finding & Research; Program Development & Evaluation; Grant Writing for Public & Private Funds
  • Customized Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
  • Women Owned, Multiple Minority Certifications at the Federal, State, and Local Level
For the Community
  • Community Networking and Collaboration
  • Cultural and Ethnic Issues: Mainstream to Minority Groups
  • Psychological Effects and Reunification of Parents and Children that have been Separated due to Incarceration or Other Factors (e.g. BMCW); Changing the Perception, Treatment, and Re-entry Issues once an Ex-Offender is Released Back to the Community
  • Business Mentorship and Guidance in and out of the TSI Incubator
835 N 23rd Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233