Community Support Program (CSP)

The Green County Community Support Program (CSP) provides comprehensive mental health and case management services to adults diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness. Because such a diagnosis affects all aspects of an individual's life, effective treatment must address not only the management and reduction of symptoms, but also the individual's full range of unique personal, social, and economic needs. Services to CSP clients are provided almost exclusively in the community, with the goal of assisting each client in gaining and/or maintaining increased independence. This philosophy and mode of treatment has been very successful in helping clients in achieving a better quality of life, and reducing the need for repeated acute treatment or prolonged periods of institutionalized care.

Each individual entering the Community Support Program is assigned a case manager who develops a treatment plan with the individual and other team members, provides support and outreach, and assists in coordinating other services. Services provided within the CSP include but are not limited to:

  • Psychiatric Services
  • Medication prescription, administration, monitoring, and education
  • Case Management
  • Symptom Management
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Individual/family counseling and therapy services
  • Assistance in locating, obtaining, and maintaining stable housing
  • Assistance in continuing or completing educational and/or vocational goals
  • Assistance in learning and accomplishing skills needed to function independently, such as food preparation, grooming and hygiene, housekeeping, and shopping
  • Assistance in applying for appropriate benefits
  • Representative payees and assistance in learning to manage one's own finances independently
  • Assistance in accessing medical, dental, and legal services
  • Coordination of transportation services
  • Social and recreational skill development
  • Coordination of referrals to other service providers

Additional Information

For information call 608-328-9376.