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Division of Community Programs and Elder Services

(920) 459-3207 Call Center: (888) 714-5556 1011 N. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI 53081

Determines appropriate service needs through intake, evaluation, and treatment planning for persons with developmental disabilities, mental illness, or alcohol/drug abuse problems. Includes court-ordered intoxicated driver assessments and early intervention services for children with disabilities, ages 0 - 3. Family support for families with children with disabilities, ages newborn - 21. 

Outpatient: Clinical evaluation. Individual, family, or group therapy for persons with a mental illness, alcohol or drug abuse problems. 

Inpatient: Treatment of mental illness and alcohol and drug abuse problems through hospitalization under provider contracts. 

Residential: Community-based residential facility placement and support services in independent living settings for persons with mental illness, or alcohol/drug abuse problems. 

Community Support (PACE): Advocacy and support services to help persons with severe and persistent mental illness maintain independent living. 

Therapeutic Activity and Service Coordination (TASC): Service coordination and advocacy for persons with multiple disabilities. 

Case Management: Advocacy, referral, and support for persons with developmental disabilities, mental illness, alcohol or drug abuse problems, aged, infirm, or physically disabled adults. 

Adult Protective Services: Guardianship and evaluation for protective services or placement for adults with disabilities or infirmities of aging. 

Vocational: Vocational programming for adults with disabilities that includes sheltered and supported employment. 

Social Services and Counseling for Adults: Including financial placement, home care, abuse and/or neglect assessment, and case management. 

Respite Care: Assistance with locating respite resources.

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