Community Support Program

Provides intensive recovery focused treatment, support and rehabilitation to persons who have a serious mental illness. The program’s goals include improving psychiatric stability, reducing the need for hospitalizations, reducing the stigmatizing effects of mental illness and promoting independence and community integration.

Unified Community Services’ Community Support Program is certified by the State of Wisconsin. Treatment is provided by an interdisciplinary team of professionals, such as psychiatrist, nurse practitioner, psychotherapist, social worker, and registered nurse.

Key Program Components

  • Crisis intervention
  • Psychotherapy
  • Medication management
  • Psychiatric/psychological services
  • Employment-related services
  • Social/recreational skill training
  • Activities of daily living services
  • Assistance with:
    • Applying for entitlements and vocational training
    • Obtaining physical/dental health care
    • Obtaining legal services
    • Obtaining transportation services
    • Finding affordable housing
  • Case management, including:
    • Service coordination
    • Monitoring symptom status
    • Supportive psychotherapy and education
    • Advocacy
    • Support and education for family, friends, and community members


Consumers are not billed for Community Support Program services. We bill Medicaid and health insurance companies directly.