Human Services


Comprehensive Community Services (CCS)
of Clark and Trempealeau Counties


"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." ~ Lao-Tsu Chinese Philosopher

What is CCS?

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) can help people who need ongoing, comprehensive services to help them live, work and participate in their community and ultimately reach a level of recovery in their illness.

CCS Services will be provided in the community, will be flexible and will help the person achieve their vision of recovery.

CCS Services May Include:
  • Service Facilitation and/or Case Management Services
  • Community Living Skills Training/ Daily Living Skills Training
  • Counseling
  • Health Monitoring
  • Employment Related Skills Development
  • AODA Services
  • Crisis Services/Interventions
  • Residential Support
  • Symptom Management
  • Recovery Education
  • Illness Education and Management
  • Diagnostic Evaluations and Specialized Assessments
  • Communication and Interpersonal Skills Training
Guiding Principles

Each person will have a voice in decisions that affect them and their path of recovery.

Each person's support plan will reflect that individual's needs, capabilitiesPicture 2, talents and resiliencies.

Support in recovery is accomplished best in a natural community setting.

Recovery is non-linear.

Consumers and providers together will develop a recovery plan based on common goals.

Each person's beliefs, values, customs, and culture will be acknowledged and respected.

Important Elements of CCS

Consumer Focused Services
Consumer's unique needs are the primary focus of all services.
Consumer plays active role in planning and implementing services that are designed to meet their needs.
Builds on Natural & Community Supports
Consumer identifies important individuals to assist with their recovery.
Strength Based
Consumer is assisted in identifying strengths and abilities to aid in their recovery and improve their quality of life.
Consumer is assisted with developing successful independent livings skills like employment, housing, education, transportation and social recreation.
Goal & Outcome Oriented
Consumer takes a key role in assessment and service planning with goals and outcomes developed to meet the consumer's needs.
Consumer and team members work together to facilitate change in a way that fosters hope, empowerment and recovery.
Cultural Competency
Consumers unique beliefs, values, customs, and culture will be acknowledged, respected and accepted.

Who is Eligible for CCS?

Comprehensive Community Services is available to children and adults who meet the following criteria:

  • Resident of Clark or Trempealeau County;
  • Eligible for Medical Assistance, BadgerCare or another Medicaid Program;
  • Have a mental health and/or substance use diagnosis; and
  • Are determined to need psychosocial rehabilitation services.
How to Apply
  • Individuals, family members or professional staff may refer to the CCS Program
  • Referral Form can be requested from Clark County Community Services or Trempealeau County Human Services
  • Referral will be reviewed by CCS Staff to determine appropriateness for the program
  • Eligibility Screening will be conducted
Clark County Community Services

517 Court Street, Room 503
Neillsville, WI 54456

Trempealeau County Human Services

6245 Main Street
Whitehall, WI 54773



Room 117
36245 Main Street
P.O. Box 67
Whitehall, WI 54773

(715) 538-2311 ext. 290
(715) 538-4274

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Closed Major Holidays


(715) 538-1768

For Emergency
Services Call:
Northwest Connections
24 Hour Mental Health
and AODA Crisis Line
(888) 552-6642

Hours of Operation
Meetings and Services
are provided at times that serve YOU.