The ADRC in Lafayette County is part of a four county consortium including the counties of Grant, Green, Iowa and Lafayette. The ADRC provides services for older adults, adults with developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, mental illness and substance abuse. The ADRC provides a single point of entry to Long Term Care Services and Information and Assistance to residents in these counties. The resource centers are the first place to go to get accurate, unbiased information to help people understand the various long term care options available to them, helps people apply for programs and benefits and serves as the access point for publicly-funded long term care.
Do you have questions, concerns, need support or don’t know where to turn to get your Autism related questions answered? At the Autism Society of South Central Wisconsin, we are here to help!
Our Information and Referral specialist is here to connect you to the services and support you need to help you on your Autism journey. Give us a call at (608) 630-9147 or email us at email@example.com.
We provide support, education and advocacy to individuals with Autism, their families and the community in south central and south western WI.
We are dedicated to improving the lives of all who are impacted by autism by providing information, resources and support, while raising awareness and acceptance in our community. We do this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, advocating for appropriate services for individuals across the lifespan, and providing the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy.
Madison, WI 53719
Area of expertise: Social Security Disability appeals
Community Living Alliance (CLA) was founded by people with disabilities, healthcare professionals and concerned community members. CLA’s history spans over three decades and is firmly rooted in supporting the values of the independent living philosophy.
The CLA Community Support Coordination team provides a unique range of community based behavioral health and service coordination supports. Individuals eligible for this service are affiliated with Dane County Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) network, private insurance, and Wisconsin’s long term care programs known as Family Care, Family Care Partnership and IRIS.
201 W. Mifflin Street
Dane County, Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a voluntary, community-based program funded by the State of Wisconsin and operated by the Dane County Department of Human Services.
The CCS program offers a wide array of psychosocial rehabilitation services. These are services and support activities that assist CCS clients with mental health and/or substance use conditions to achieve their highest possible level of independent functioning, stability, and independence, and to facilitate recovery.
Servicios Comunitarios Comprensivos o CCS (por sus siglas en Inglés), es un programa queproporciona servicios de salud mental y consumo de sustancias a personas de todas las edades. La intención de los servicios de CCS es ayudar a las personas en la identificación de sus metas personales y el trabajo hacia esos objetivos a su propio ritmo. En el programa CCS usted está a cargo de su propia recuperación.
1202 Northport Drive, 3rd floor
Madison, WI 53704
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a program that helps individuals of all ages live their best life by providing supports that address their unique needs related to mental health and substance use. CCS is intended to assist individuals who are in need of care outside of inpatient settings, but who may have ongoing needs that, if left unaddressed, could result in hospitalizations during times of crisis.
Prairie Du Chien
Centers for Independent Living (CILs) help people with disabilities achieve or maintain more self-sufficient and productive lives in their communities. People with disabilities are assisted in exploring alternatives to institutionalization and are encouraged to make their own decisions about how they will live. CILs directly provide or coordinate through referral those services which assist people in increasing their abilities to exercise control over their lives. Control over one’s life means having a choice of acceptable options that minimize reliance on others in making decisions and performing every day activities. This includes managing one’s own affairs, participating in day-to-day community life and fulfilling a range of social roles.
Services: Advocacy, Peer Support, Independent Living Skills Training, Information & Referral, Transition Services
INTEGRAL is an Autism conference like no other. It puts adults on the Autism spectrum front and center, not as a subject for others to discuss, but for them to exchange perspectives with expert professionals and parents so that everyone can learn from each other. For more information about the conference and ways you can become involved, go to integralautism.org.
Every child must graduate feeling hopeful about their future and ready for further educationalopportunities and the workforce. It is our mission to prepare Wisconsin’s students to become contributing members of their communities and the world by connecting youth to the resources necessary for a successful transition. For students with disabilities, this can be accomplished with comprehensive advance planning for life after high school. The purpose of this interagency handbook, Opening Doors: A Guide to Adult Services, is to assist youth and their families to navigate through this planning process.
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