Community Recovery Services (CRS) helps individuals living with a mental illness reach their full potential. Service providers and the consumer work together to improve the individual's quality of life in the community through an outcomes-based planning and support process focused on the individual's unique recovery needs.
CRS includes three services.
- Community Living Supportive Services: These services include activities intended to assure successful community living, such as meal planning/preparation, household cleaning, personal hygiene, medication reminders, medication side effect monitoring, parenting skills, and community resource access and utilization, emotional regulation skills, crisis coping skills, shopping, transportation, recovery management skills and education, financial management, social and recreational activities, and developing and enhancing interpersonal skills.
- Peer Support Services: These services include assistance from an individual who has lived the experience of mental illness and is trained to support others in their recovery journey.
- Supported Employment Services: These services include activities to assist individuals to obtain and maintain competitive employment.
As of December 31, 2017, 233 people were enrolled in CRS.
Offered in 15 Counties
The following counties currently provide CRS programming.
- Eau Claire
- Forest, Oneida, Vilas (Human Service Center)
Use this directory to contact county staff in your area to learn more about your local CRS Program.
Contact CRS Staff
The Division of Care and Treatment Services oversees CRS for the Department of Health Services.