Services

  • Birth-to-Three Program

Children with special needs are helped through a variety of case management and therapy efforts. All children and families who are eligible must be served. This is a growing program that presently serves 25 families.

 

  • Children’s Community Options Program

Provides flexible, but limited, assistance to individuals with special needs who are living at home, from birth to age 21. Each family involved in the program receives goods and services that are helpful to them. Each year the program serves over 20 families.

   

  • 24 hour Crisis Services

For emergencies after hours, the crisis helpline is available at 715-743-3400 or 1-800-863-3560 for toll free long distance calls.  Trained staff is available to listen and assist you in finding the help you need.

   

  • Children’s Waiver (CLTSW)

The Children’s Waiver Program is a home and community based service that serves children under 22 who have been diagnosed with developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, or severe emotional disturbances.  Its purpose is to help families support their children with severe disabilities within their own home.   The program may fund a broad range of services not funded by Medicaid depending on eligibility and the specific needs of the child.  CLTSW support staff assist with the initial application process and provide case management throughout the child’s eligibility in the program.   Parents and case managers work together to determine outcomes based on the child’s needs.

 

  • Children’s Community Options Program (CCOP)

The Children’s Community Options Program provides flexible, but limited assistance to children from birth to 21 years of age who have been diagnosed with special needs and are living in their own home. Depending on eligibility, case managers work with families to identify needs to better support the child and enhance long term goals within their home or community.

 

  • The Community Support Program (CSP)

The CSP is provided through Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center in partnership with Clark County Community Services which provides supports for adults with chronic, severe and persistent mental illness and are at the greatest risk for admission to mental health hospitals. Consumers are supported through a team made up of a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a nurse, mental health therapists, an AODA therapist, and case managers to implement and oversee treatment provisions. Case managers provide money management, assistance with activities of daily living, linkage to and utilization of appropriate community resources, supported employment, socialization skills, symptom management and coping techniques, and medication management.  The purpose is to focus on recovery through providing well-rounded, community based care in the least restrictive environment possible. Services are billable through Medicaid and some private insurance plans. ​

 

Other services provided by the Community Services Department include: 

  • Advocacy

  • Community presentations

  • Mental health services to the jail

  • Operating while Intoxicated (OWI) assessments

  • Psychological consultations

Contracted Services 

  • The following services are contracted by Community Services: 

  • Adult day services

  • Inpatient substance abuse treatment

  • Inpatient psychiatric care

  • Residential care (adult family homes, group homes, and other treatment halfway houses)

  • Work services

24 Hour AODA & Mental Health Crisis Helpline: (715) 743-3400 or (800) 863-3560        

Phone Number: (715) 743-5208