Community Support Program (CSP)
CSP works to support Waupaca County residents living with severe and persistent mental illnesses so they may remain in their community and lead productive lives. This is a long-term maintenance program. The focus of these services is to help consumers become more independent in managing the effects of their illness and to become empowered in leading their own recovery.
Consumers of these services tend to be overwhelmed by the symptoms of their mental illness and unable to function independently in the community. The goal is to reduce the need for repeated treatment and prolonged care in hospital settings. Services in this program may include:
- Psychiatric care
- Intensive Medication Management
- Rehabilitation Services
- Support with Daily living activities
- Case Management Services
The CSP program has a team of psychiatrists, a psychologist, nurses, and mental health technicians to make regular contacts in the community.
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS)
CCS is a consumer driven mental health program that uses a team approach when working with Waupaca County residents. This is a short-term recovery program.
Consumers work on stabilizing and addressing critical mental health and substance use concerns, including helping to maintain their own physical and social health. Services are identified to overcome barriers to the consumer’s independence. Services in this program may include:
- Supported Employment
- Supported Housing
- Medication Education and Management Counseling
- Practical Independent Skill Training and Rehabilitation
- Interpersonal Skill Development and Rehabilitation
The CCS program has a team of psychiatrists, a psychologist, nurses, and mental health technicians to make regular contacts in the community.Click here for additional Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) information.