Matt Talbot is in the process of constructing two innovative, recovery-oriented Community-Based Residential Facilities (CBRFs)
specifically designed from the ground up for long term care clients who are chronically mentally ill. The clients may also have co-occurring physical
or other disabilities. These CBRFs have been conceptualized based on state-of-the-art technologies in terms of both programmatic and service best
practices; and construction design and methods. Our goal is to provide a safe, secure, least-restrictive, serene environment in which clients can
live with dignity; and seek to realize their full human potential. The CBRFs will be licensed by the Wisconsin Department of Health, Division of
Quality Assurance. They will be staffed 24-hours per day, 365 days per year with trained Human Service Technicians, nurses, social workers and
counselors; all working under the direction of a Medical Director. Matt Talbot Recovery Services…dedicated to promoting with skill and compassion
each individual client’s recovery and re-integration into the community.

Aerials and Floor Plans:


Sheet – C1-0 – SITE PLAN
Sheet – A1-0 – FLOOR PLAN
Sheet – A1-1 – LOWER LEVEL
Sheet – A1-2 – SECTIONS
Sheet – A2-0 – ELEVATIONS
Sheet – A2-1 – 3D


2613 W. North Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53205

Phone: (414) 306-6551

  • Client Groups Served: Men 18 years of age and older with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. 
  • 26 Bed Residential Facility 
  • Integrated AODA/Mental Health Services provided by a multidisciplinary team of experienced professionals.
  • 24 hour support in a homelike environment


SAMSON HOUSE, 611 North Grand Avenue, Waukesha, WI 53186

Phone: (414) 306-7007

Client Groups Served: Emotionally Disturbed/Mental Illness

Provides structure, supervision and socialization for individuals with a mental illness. An individualized treatment plan is developed for each client, including: services related to activities of daily living to address barriers to success in independent living; and to assist the client to gain and utilize skills related to personal hygiene, household tasks, transportation utilization, medication adherence, and other day-to-day requirements of living. All services are provided in the least restrictive environment and include: communication and interpersonal skills training, community skills development and enhancement, diagnostic evaluations and specialized assessments, employment-related skill training, medication management, physical health and monitoring, psychoeducation, recovery education and illness management, and substance abuse treatment.


2nd CENTURY HOUSE, 2187 South 85th Street, West Allis, WI 53227

Phone: 414-321-5936

  • Females 18 – 62 years of age with Substance Abuse/Mental Illness
  • Gender-specific treatment that meets the unique strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences of women in need of recovery from substance abuse.
  • 24 hour support in a homelike environment (8 Beds).
  • Individualized, primary AODA treatment/transitional residential services.
  • Integrated AODA/Mental Health Services provided by a multidisciplinary team of experienced professionals.