Kenosha Comprehensive Community Services (CCS)

What is *Comprehensive Community Services?

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a program that provides an array of community-based psychosocial rehabilitation services for children and adults who have a Mental Health and/or Substance Use diagnosis.

The program focuses on:

  • A person-centered approach, building on individual strengths
  • Opportunities for consumers to learn and master self-direction in the journey of recovery
  • An array of services by a team of professionals and peers dedicated to focus on unique and individual needs

Who is eligible for CCS?

  • Kenosha Resident
  • Eligible for Medicaid or BadgerCare
  • Has a Mental Health or Substance Use Diagnosis
  • Meets requirements of state functional screen

What kind of services does the program provide?

  • Advocacy
  • Assessment and individualized recovery planning
  • Daily living skill training
  • Supportive counseling
  • Employment-related skill training
  • Finance and benefit education
  • Medication management
  • Social network and family involvement
  • Services and skill building for basic needs
  • Other services as identified by a needs assessment

Is there a fee for services?

Most services offered by the program are covered by Medicaid.

To learn if you are eligible for CCS or to find out more, please contact: 

 If you are age 18 years and older contact Yolanda Thornton, Kenosha Human Development Services (KHDS)   phone 262-764-8555.

 If your child is under the age of 18 contact contact  Megan Morgan, Families First Professional Services Group phone: 262-697- 4758.

24 Hours 7 Days a week Behavioral Crisis line for Kenosha County: 262-657-7188.

Text Hopeline to 741741 Center for Suicide Awareness

*CCS is a part of the Kenosha Racine Comprehensive Community Services Consortium. 

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