I Want to Become a Provider for Comprehensive Community Services
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is intended to provide a wraparound model of care assisting clients of all ages and families in achieving success to live in their home and community. CCS helps with accessing housing and transportation services, as well as health, educational, vocational, social, spiritual and recreational resources. Treatment and other services, including natural supports and other available resources, are cost effective and efficient means of achieving positive consumer outcomes.
Area behavioral health providers are an essential part of recovery, and applicable to the success of CCS of supportive services.
CCS requires that most mental health services, including outpatient services, are billed through CCS for enrolled individuals. In order to ensure appropriate reimbursement of your services for CCS clients and maintain continuity of care, we encourage you to consider joining the CCS provider network in Kenosha County.
The reimbursement team can help answer any questions and get you started as a provider:
Upon completion of passing required credential and background checks, training is also required. Training to get started (orientation training) and ongoing training is mandatory and is determined by your credentials and experience. The Kenosha County CCS Program reserves the right to accept or deny any new provider request to join the CCS provider network. Any new agency requesting to join the CCS provider network is required to provide verification of the specialty area in which the agency indicates they provide services.