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Catalpa Health helps children and families improve their mental health and wellness.

Catalpa Health is a pediatric outpatient mental health and wellness organization that serves as many as 9,000 kids annually. Mental health services are provided through clinics in Appleton and Oshkosh – and more than 30 school-based therapy sites. 

Catalpa provides therapy, psychology, and psychiatry services and works with kids and their families to help kids be their best kid selves! Kids of all ages benefit from these services – from birth through age 18. You are not alone. We are here, ready to help both children and family and give you hope every step of the way.

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NOTE: The MyChart is available for Catalpa Health clients, even if your family’s physician is not through ThedaCare.

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Catalpa Health Names Greg Helein as Chief Operating Officer

APPLETON, Wis. (July 8, 2024) – Catalpa Health, a mental health and wellness service provider for children and adolescents in the Fox Valley, has named Greg Helein as its new Chief Operating Officer. He joins Catalpa after serving as the Director of Operations at Appvion. “As Catalpa looks to a

Catalpa Health Announces Pop! 2024 Event Date

APPLETON, Wis. (January 29, 2024) – Catalpa Health, a mental health and wellness service provider for children and adolescents in the Fox Valley, has announced that their 8th annual Pop! event will take place on Saturday, September 14, 2024, from 6:00-11:00 PM at an unnamed location. “We’ve been working on Pop!

Catalpa Health Celebrates 10 Years!

APPLETON, Wis. (October 12, 2022) – Catalpa Health, a mental health and wellness service provider for children and adolescents in the Fox Valley, is celebrating 10 years of helping children and families improve their mental health and wellness. Since its creation in 2012, providers at Catalpa Health have supported over 250,000