Comprehensive Community Services

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Diverse Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services in Central Wisconsin

Our mental health community services are comprehensive and diverse — designed to meet the evolving mental health and substance abuse challenges facing individuals in our community. Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) helps individuals with substance abuse, mental health issues or co-occurring disorders achieve their potential and establish a meaningful life within the community by providing individualized services that fit a person’s lifestyle, are recovery-oriented, flexible and empowering.

CCS serves individuals of any age. Those individuals are matched with a CCS Service Facilitator who collaborates with them to provide support in meeting their needs, reaching their goals and working towards recovery. Services are available to residents in the counties of Marathon, Langlade, and Lincoln.

Services include:

  • Assessment
  • Recovery planning
  • Service coordination
  • Communication and interpersonal skills training
  • Community skills development and enhancement
  • Employment-related skill training
  • Medication management and assistance
  • Physical health assistance and monitoring
  • Psycho-education
  • Recovery education and illness management
  • Counseling
  • Groups to aid in skill building and quality of life enhancement
  • Peer-specialist services

How do I make a referral to CCS?

Referrals to CCS can be made by any party. An adult or children (under 18 years old)can be referred to CCS by completing the Behavioral Health Referral form.