Support Groups – Free or Paid
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
We provide support, education and advocacy to individuals with Autism, their families and the community in south central and south western WI.
Cultivate Behavioral Health provide ABA services to children and adolescents in their homes, our learning centers, and throughout our community. We incorporate a naturalistic approach to ABA and focus on making socially significant changes in the lives of every child and family we meet. This means we celebrate autism and embrace the diversity it adds to our community.
CAMP is a restorative weekend retreat is designed for those who love and guide individuals on the Autism spectrum. The workshop is based ‘Uniquely Human’ author, Dr. Barry Prizant’s ‘Reflecting on the Journey’.