Description of Services


CCS is a voluntary recovery oriented mental health program that serves adults and children who are in need of ongoing services due to impairments that interfere with or limit healthy functioning.


CCS es un programa voluntario de salud mental orientado a la recuperación (AODA) que atiende a adultos y niños que necesitan servicios continuos debido a deficiencias que interfieran o limiten el funcionamiento saludable.

Phone
608-723-2136
Address
200 W. Alona Lane, Lancaster, WI 53813,
1122 Professional Drive, Dodgeville, WI 53533
Location by County/County(ies) served
Grant, Iowa
Ages Served
Birth - 2 years old, 3-5 years old, Elementary School Age, Middle School Age, High School Age, 18-21 years old, Adults
Funding Sources
Medicaid

ERI

Business Name
Description of Services


ERI advances employment, health, and financial security for people with disabilities. We do this by supporting people with disabilities in achieving employment goals, receiving benefits counseling, accessing healthcare, and connecting to financial information and resources.


ERI also offers training and technical assistance to professionals, community partners, and the public regarding disability and employment issues.


ERI’s Pre-Driving Assessment provides people with disabilities feedback about their abilities related to driving. This hands-on experience builds confidence and provides valuable information about moving forward with driving training.

Phone
(608) 242-6415
Address
4604 Cottage Grove Road
Madison, WI 53716
Location by County/County(ies) served
Dane
Ages Served
18-21 years old, Adults
Funding Sources
Private Pay, Private Insurance, Medicaid
Business Name
Summary

Established in 1974, Society's Assets is a private, nonprofit organization. What is Independent Living Services? Independent living (IL) services help people with disabilities achieve greater independence in the home and community. We are a non-residential, nonprofit organization that helps people with disabilities achieve their independent living goals. There are 7 other nonprofits like ours in Wisconsin. We serve all people, regardless of their disability type. All 8 of us provide, at a minimum: Peer Support: Meeting with other people with disabilities in a group or individual setting for mentoring Information and Referral: Helping people get the information they need to live independently) Individual and Systems Advocacy: Speaking out to pursue personal rights and policy change Independent Living Skills Training: Education on the many elements for a successful life in the community Transition Support: Bridging high school to college and/or work, and assist individuals living in a nursing home that want to return to their homes in the community

Description of Services

Our Mission
To ensure the rights of all persons with disabilities to live and function as independently as possible in the community of their choice, through supporting individuals' efforts to achieve control over their lives and become integrated into community life.
Our Goal
Independent living is an individual's right to choose his/her own lifestyle in the community of his/her choice and to be ultimately responsible for that choice. The goal of Society's Assets is to offer a variety of services that can meet an individual's needs.
The Key to Independence Since 1974
Society's Assets is a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit Independent Living Center serving people of any age with any disability who live in Racine, Kenosha, Walworth, Rock, and Jefferson counties. Formed in Racine by people with disabilities, the name Society's Assets was chosen because the founders wanted to be seen as assets to society, as having abilities to contribute to the community. The organization is governed and operated by a board and staff comprised of a majority of people with disabilities. The agency supports individuals' efforts to achieve their potential and assists local communities in the removal of barriers to independent living.

Phone
1-800-378-9128
Address
5200 Washington Ave, Suite 225, Racine, WI 53406
Location by County/County(ies) served
Rock
Ages Served
Birth - 2 years old, 3-5 years old, Elementary School Age, Middle School Age, High School Age, 18-21 years old, Adults
Description of Services


​The Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Crawford Country is dedicated to working with adults and families who are affected by aging, disability, mental health or substance abuse issues, by providing information and access to services to enhance their quality of life.

Phone
608-326-0235
Address
Crawford County Administration Building
225 N. Beaumont Rd, Suite 117
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Location by County/County(ies) served
Crawford
Ages Served
18-21 years old, Adults
Funding Sources
Free