Responsive Solutions, Inc. is a non-profit agency providing services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We provide Crisis Response and Adaptation & Modification Services.
Community TIES is a UW-Waisman Center behavioral support program serving Dane County children/families, adolescents and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) who live in the community. Our mission is to address behavioral, psychological, and emotional needs using therapeutic approaches that assure continued participation in supported community life.
These needs – if not addressed – are often expressed through “challenging behaviors” – which might include aggressions, self-injurious behavior, or property destruction. Many individuals served by TIES often have co-occurring mental health conditions.
Crisis Response is a coordinated, community-based, approach to crisis prevention and response for Dane County adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) experiencing acute behavioral health crises. The program was developed in partnership with Dane County Human Services and has been in operation since 1998. Interventions strive to enhance the safety of individuals and their care givers and to prevent or shorten institutional admissions or incarcerations.
The Middleton Autism & Special Needs registry is a voluntary registry setup to collect information about community members with special needs. The intent is to provide information to Middleton first responders who are called to assist with a crisis.
Accredited by The Joint Commission, Winnebago Mental Health Institute (WMHI) has been the safety net in Wisconsin’s continuum of care for behavioral health services since 1873. Staff provide recovery-oriented treatment to Wisconsin residents of all ages living with challenging behaviors and complex psychiatric conditions. All patients are referred by county health and human service agencies and the court system.