Programs

Adult Programs

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS)

A voluntary program that provides support to adults and their families living with a mental health and/or substance use diagnosis. Please contact the Milwaukee County Referral Hotline at (414) 257-6060 for more information on the referral process for this program.

Services include:

  • Group, Art & Pet Therapy
  • Personal skills development
  • Family & Individual Counseling
  • Housing Assistance
  • Education support
  • Social outings
  • Peer support

Recovery Support Coordination (RSC)

The RSC program focuses on providing Recovery Support services to individuals seeking AODA treatment and supporting them through their treatment journey to become healthy, independent, and self-sufficient.

Recovery Support Coordination puts a primary emphasis on providing consumers with:

  • Strength-based and person-centered substance use and mental health treatment
  • Social Support
  • Advocacy
  • Participants of Family Drug Treatment Court (FDTC) or Adult Drug Treatment Court (ADTC)

Individuals interested in this program must be screened through one of the following Central Intake Units Impact (414) 649-4380, or M&S Clinical Services (414) 263-6000.

Watts

The Watts review process is for individuals with disabilities under court-ordered Guardianship. Watts reviews are conducted annually, or more often if deemed necessary by the courts. The goal is to ensure persons with disabilities are placed in the least restrictive environment and most integrated community setting. Please contact Milwaukee County Disability Services Division for more information on the referral process for this program.

Targeted Case Management (TCM) & Crisis Case Management (CCM)

TCM provides case management services to adults with a diagnosis of a mental health or substance use. The program’s goal is to help get the individual out of crisis and back toward recovery. Please contact the Milwaukee County CARS Division at (414)257-8095 for more information on the referral process for this program.

Crisis Case Management is a sub-program of the TCM program. It is designed to assist an individual who has recently experienced a crisis. The program’s main goal is to assist in any way professionally possible to help get the individual out of crisis and back toward recovery.

Both TCM and CCM incorporate a larger team with a case manager, peer support and clinician.

Crisis Mobile Team

Our Crisis Mobile Team provides emergency crisis assessment to adults in Milwaukee County during the hours of 12 a.m. and 7 a.m. for adults placed on an emergency detention hold.

Treatment Services Clinic

La Causa’s Treatment Services Clinic provides outpatient mental health and substance use services for families and individuals of all ages, both in individual and group sessions. Our clinicians have extensive experience providing mental health, substance use, and co-occuring services for children, adolescents and adults using evidence-based, person-centered assessment and treatment planning. Walk-ins are welcomed.

Services are provided through the following networks:

Straight Title-19, CCHP, Together with CCHP, I-Care, Molina, MHS, Cenpatico, United, Optum, Anthem BC/BS, OPSA, MHOP, Children’s Court, Wraparound/REACH, SaintA, CCS Adult, CCS Youth, CSSW/CHWCS, My Choice Family Care, Trilogy, DYFS, IRIS, Humana/Tricare.

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Youth Programs

Wraparound & REACH Care Coordination

Wraparound is a court-ordered program for youth 5 years to 19 years old, who are experiencing significant mental health or emotional health needs.

REACH is a voluntary, early-intervention program that is part of the Wraparound system of care. It is open to families who require ongoing mental health and emotional health services.

Both Wraparound and REACH offer:

  • Care Coordination
  • Family and Community Supports
  • Children’s Mobile Crisis Team
  • Family and Individual Therapy
  • Medication Management
  • Crisis Services
  • Bilingual staff

Please contact Wraparound Milwaukee at (414) 257-7607 to request an assessment.

Coordinated Opportunities for Recovery & Empowerment (CORE):

CORE is a voluntary program that offers comprehensive, specialized services and support to individuals who are experiencing their first signs of psychosis.

CORE may be an option for individuals who have some of the following symptoms: hallucinations, delusions, unusual thoughts, disorganized thinking/speech, fixed/false beliefs, and/or disruption of self-care.

Services for CORE include but are not limited to:

  • Care Coordination
  • Therapy
  • Employment and Education Support
  • Peer Support
  • Psychiatric Services
  • Community outings to promote socialization

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS):

Youth Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a voluntary program that supports the youth and their families who have mental health, substance use, and complex behavioral needs.

Services for CCS include but are not limited to:

  • Employment assistance
  • Peer Support
  • Art and Music Therapy
  • Education & Wellness Support
  • Family and Individual Counseling
  • Care Coordination
  • Daily Living Assistance
  • Medication Management

Treatment Foster Care

Treatment foster care is 24-hour care provided by licensed foster parents for children who cannot live with their parents due to unsafe, or other circumstances. Generally, placement in foster care is temporary and intended to give the child’s family time to make necessary changes, so that the child can live safely in his or her home. Most children in foster care return home to their families. When children cannot return home, they find placement with relatives, adoption, or other alternatives. Our program serves children between birth to 18 years of age.

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