Mental Health Services
Service Providers for Adults
An array of community support and case management services are provided to help people with mental illnesses thrive in community settings. Unfortunately, many of these programs operate at or beyond capacity, so availability is limited.
Community Support Programs
A Community Support Program, or CSP, is a coordinated care and treatment program which provides a range of treatment, rehabilitation, and support services through an identified treatment program and staff to ensure ongoing therapeutic involvement, individualized treatment, rehabilitation, and support services.
Community Support Programs (CSPs) are certified by the state under DHS-63. They provide the comprehensive and staff outreach services to people living in the community. Almost all of the services (medications, case management, work services, counseling, activities of daily living, ongoing problem solving, etc.) are provided through interdisciplinary teams within these programs. All people being considered for treatment in these programs must have a serious and persistent mental illness.
Mental Health Community Case Management
Recovery Dane processes requests for case management services and provides callers with information regarding both the public and private systems. This service is in high demand and the waiting list is managed on a prioritized basis. Individuals who meet priority criteria will be referred to the programs with available openings.
- SOAR Case Management
- Community Intervention Team (CIT), a program of Tellurian UCAN
This is a service based on the clubhouse model.
Yahara House assists persons with mental illnesses to reshape their destinies by regaining the self-esteem, confidence, and skills to transcend despair, stigma, injustice, and isolation and to reclaim their rightful places in society as family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers.
Yahara House is a program of Journey Mental Health Center.