Wisconsin Community Mental Health Services
Bureau of Treatment, Prevention, and Recovery – Wisconsin Department of Health Services
"Website provides links to community mental health programs, conferences, training programs, and local mental health services by zipcode. Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) for Persons with Mental Disorders and Substance-Use Disorders provide a flexible array of individualized community based psycho-social rehabilitation services authorized by a mental health professional to consumers with mental health or substance use issues across their lifespan.
The intent of the services and supports is:
to provide for a maximum reduction of the effects of the individual’s mental and substance abuse disorders
to restore consumers to the best possible level of functioning
To facilitate their recovery
The services to be provided are individualized to each person’s need for rehabilitation as identified through a comprehensive assessment. The services must fall within the federal definition of ""rehabilitative services"" under CFR 440.130 (d) in order for the services to be reimbursed by Medicaid. The Bureau of Prevention, Treatment and Recovery, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, programmatically and fiscally supports Community Support Programs (CSPs) for persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses in the community.
A Community Support Program or CSP is a coordinated care and treatment program which provides a range of treatment, rehabilitation, and support services through an identified treatment program and staff to ensure ongoing therapeutic involvement, individualized treatment, rehabilitation, and support services."
Phone: (608) 267-9392 (Integrated Systems Development)
Alternative Fax: 608-267-7793