Community Support Program

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The Chippewa County Community Mental Health and Recovery Services Division offers a Community Support Program (CSP) for the seriously mentally ill. This program includes a wide range of services designed to maintain individuals with serious mental health problems in the community. The services include assistance in daily living skills, group therapy, work adjustment, social/recreational opportunities, and education regarding mental illness and substance abuse.
Evidence based best practices are utilized that enables an individual to learn strategies to manage their mental health issues and make progress toward recovery. Core values in recovery emphasize the use of personal choice, hope, collaboration, and respect of the person being the expert in their own experiences.

Service priorities are given to individuals who are at risk of institutionalization or other placements. Priorities are also given to those with repeated incidents of high risk behaviors.

More information may be obtained on the Community Support Program by contacting Chippewa County Human Services at 715-726-7788 or clicking on this link to access the Community Support Brochure.

Additional information on the Community Support Program may be accessed through the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website at

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