The Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program is for people of all ages who live with either:
- A mental illness.
- A substance use disorder.
- Both a mental illness and a substance use disorder.
Here, we outline how CCS enrollment works and how to find a program near you.
CCS screening process
CCS is for anyone in Wisconsin who lives in a tribal nation or county that offers CCS programming. Each tribal nation and county provider uses one of these screening tools to see if a person qualifies for CCS:
- For adults—Mental Health/AODA Functional Screen
- For kids—Functional Eligibility Screen for Children’s Long-Term Support Programs
The online screening program calculates a person’s level of need. It uses details about diagnoses, risk factors, daily living skills, and substance use. Those with the appropriate level of need based on the screen can enroll in CCS.
People in CCS go through the same screening process each year. The goal is to find out how treatment is working.
Find a CCS program near me
Each tribal nation or county that participates in CCS helps with enrollment and getting care and treatment. Contact your tribal nation or county agency to learn more about their enrollment process.
These counties offer CCS:
- Eau Claire
- Fond du Lac
- Green Lake
- La Crosse
- St. Croix
These tribal nations offer CCS:
- Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
- Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
- Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians