Comprehensive Community Services (CCS)

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a program designed for individuals with mental health and substance abuse needs, who are living in the community. CCS programs will provide psycho-social rehabilitation services to consumers who have needs for ongoing, high or low-intensity services resulting from mental health or substance use disorders. CCS focuses on creating an individualized plan that is consumer-driven, recovery-oriented, and strength and outcome-based, to maximize consumers' independence.


This program is available to children who are functionally eligible as determined by the state-wide, web-based children's functional screen. To enroll in this program, a child must be on Medical Assistance.

Benefits of Receiving Services

A Service Coordinator can help families access resources to support their child's needs. Services that are available and fit within the service array may be provided.

Examples include:

  • Mentoring
  • Counseling
  • Medication Management
  • In-home supports

Cost of Services

There is no cost for services provided through CCS. All CCS services are funded through the Medicaid program.

Referral Process

Anyone may call our agency on behalf of their children for services. Upon receipt of a referral, staff, with family input, will determine the applicant's eligibility for services. To make a referral, call 715-345-5350 option 5 (Children with Special Needs).

More information regarding Comprehensive Community Services can be found on the WI Department of Health Services Website.