N.E.W. Community Clinic Behavioral Health and Mental Wellness

N.E.W. Community Clinic offers comprehensive behavioral health care services for individuals 14 years of age and older, who are uninsured, underinsured, or experiencing homelessnes. Services at our 610 N. Broadway campus include individual therapy, psychiatric medication management, and substance abuse counseling. We also provide outreach mental health services throughout Green Bay, in collaboration with community partners, which include individual therapy and medication management.

N.E.W. Community Clinic behavioral health care providers are trained to evaluate and treat adolescents and adults who are struggling with sadness, anxiety, stress, anger, attention and concentration problems, alcohol or drug abuse, eating disorders, mood disorders, and other problems.



Dr. Katie Patterson, PsyD, LPC, NCC

Dr. Katie Patterson

Director of Behavioral Health Services

Dr. Patterson is a licensed clinical psychologist and earned her Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical Psychology from California Southern University. She also received her Masters of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. Dr. Patterson has experience with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and person-centered therapy. Dr. Patterson values the use of a multi-modal therapy approach to effectively address the specific needs of the client.

Dr. Patterson is passionate about helping individuals enhance personal well-being and overall mental health. She emphasizes the importance of a collaborative therapeutic relationship to promote change and growth. Dr. Patterson believes that by helping the client identify and process emotional, behavioral, and environmental barriers, the client will learn valuable skills to better cope with life stressors.

Dr. Patterson specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and has experience working with mood disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, and dual diagnosis. She has experience working in varying levels of care, including PHP, IOP, and outpatient. Dr. Patterson is a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors and currently holds both a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor credential as well. In her free time, she likes to be outdoors, spend time with her dogs, and travel.
Dr. Amy Jo Schwarzenbart, DNP, PMHCNS-BC, PMHFNP-BC, APNP

Dr. Amy Jo Schwarzenbart

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Dr. Amy Jo is a board certified licensed family psychiatric/mental health advanced practice nurse. She earned her doctorate degree from the University of South Alabama, Masters of Science in nursing from University of South Alabama and University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, also a Masters of Science in counseling from Drake University. Dr. Amy Jo has experience and addresses the needs of the individuals with mental health conditions through collaboration with other professionals and families.

Dr. Amy Jo empowers the individuals with mental health conditions reach their potential in daily life with the use of coping skills, pharmaceutical therapy, and other therapeutic techniques. Dr. Amy Jo and the collaborative team can assist with the identification of life stressors in the environment or health concerns and develop the tools to face the challenges in daily life. She will listen to the individual’s life story to advocate for the best and optimal treatment for individual and his/her life stressors.

Dr. Amy Jo has experience in the outpatient and inpatient treatment facilities in the areas of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, attention deficit disorder, schizophrenia, sleep disturbance, posttraumatic stress disorder, and substance misuse. Dr. Schwarzenbart is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and is a member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association. She enjoys spending time with her family, reading, traveling, and the arts and crafts.
Julie Feld, LCSW, CSAC

Julie Feld

Psychotherapist through Foundations Health and Wholeness

With over 30 years of experience, I believe you are the expert of you! My role is to assist you in defining your goals for counseling and then provide you with the skills and knowledge to achieve those goals. My approach to therapy tends to be client centered with knowledge and skill in cognitive behavioral (CBT), solution focused and family systems therapies. I use Brainspotting with clients who have survived traumatic experiences as well as other select issues. I am a certified alcohol and drug counseling who is experienced in 12 Step programs and other recovery-based concepts.

 Although I never can say “I know” how someone feels, I have used my own struggles to remind me of how sadness, hurt, anger, disappointment, and confusion feel and to know there is life beyond the pain and confusion. Being able to admit that I have had difficult times keeps me humble and grateful for my good days. I have such gratitude to the people who have put their trust in me to help them see their way through the difficult time in their life. I look forward to meeting you and assisting you in your life journey.

My clients probably say that I am real and to the point. I have years of therapy experience to assist me in understanding a multitude of mental health issues and clients have said they appreciate that. I use humor and stories to help clients understand themselves and the world around them.
James Jozwiak, MSW, APSW

James Jozwiak

In-Training Psychotherapist through Foundations Health and Wholeness

I am a resident therapist located at N.E.W Community Clinic and the Micah Center in Green Bay, WI. I have experience working with a wide variety of complex issues such as Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. I also have a significant amount of experience working with veterans pertaining to issues they face after transitioning into civilian life.
Since everyone has their own struggles and comes to therapy for their own reasons, I believe in utilizing an individually tailored approach when working with clients. I have a calm demeanor and I am a great listener, but I can also be sarcastic and enjoy using humor to assist clients in feeling more comfortable when talking through difficult issues. I believe in utilizing a collaborative approach to help clients realize their own strengths and worth even when it may be difficult for clients to see these things themselves.

I believe that anyone and everyone can benefit from therapy, no matter how small or big the issues. I help clients identify issues and develop the skills necessary to work through them and realize their full potential. I utilize a collaborative approach, so I enjoy working with clients to help them find the answers to their own questions as well as assisting them in developing their own strengths to grow and succeed as individuals.
Franchesca Vasquez, APSW

Franchesca Vasquez

In-Training Psychotherapist through Foundations Health and Wholeness

I have experience working with issues such as attachment disorders, depression, anxiety, perinatal and postpartum related challenges (perinatal mood disorders). I want to create an emotionally safe space for my clients to share and process. It is important to me to have an honest and trustworthy relationship with my clients. I believe people have the answers to their own questions and solutions to their problems, they often just need help to process their thoughts, feelings, and actions. I support individuals to reflect on their own experiences to view situations from multiple perspectives and I help empower people to utilize effective strategies to achieve desired outcomes.
Seth Moore, APNP, PMHNP-BC, NP-C

Seth Moore


Seth Moore is a licensed nurse practitioner with graduate training and certification in family medicine (Duke University) and psychiatric, mental health care (Johns Hopkins University).

In addition to his current outpatient practice, Seth has experience working in inpatient psychiatric care and crisis support services.  He also works as adjunct faculty, teaching inpatient psychiatric clinical rotations for nursing degree students.

Seth believes that medication treatment can be a key component in achieving remission and recovery from acute psychiatric symptoms, but that lasting emotional and mental health and wellness are best achieved with a team-based treatment approach utilizing all available tools including therapy, physical wellness, and social supports.

In his free time, you’ll find Seth spending time outdoors with his family and dogs, cooking, or coaching boys’ basketball.

CALL 920-437-7206 FOR SERVICES

Where to find us

  • Outreach 610 N. Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54303 920-437-7206
  • Micah Center 700 E. Walnut St. Green Bay, WI 54301 (920) 617-8700
  • N.E.W. Community Shelter 301 Mather St. Green Bay, WI 54303 (920) 437-3766
  • House of Hope 1660 Christiana St. Green Bay, WI 54303 (920) 884-6740
  • Freedom House 2997 St. Anthony Dr. Green Bay, WI 54311 (920) 432-4646
  • N.E.W. Community Clinic 622 Bodart St Green Bay, WI 54301 (920) 437-9773
  • 2) N.E.W. Medical at NWTC 2740 W. Mason St Green Bay, WI 54303 (920) 498-5436
Therapy and medication management services are available at the following locations:

N.E.W. Community Clinic
N.E.W. Medical at NWTC
Appointment times and availability at these sites differ, so please call to discuss your specific needs, clinic eligibility, and available services.

Behavioral health services targeted to adults and children experiencing homeless are available at the following locations:
N.E.W. Community Clinic – Outreach Healthcare
Micah Center

New Community Shelter (Shelter residents only)

House of Hope (Shelter residents only)

Freedom House (Shelter residents only)

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