Resources available in Kenosha County

Children's Community Options Program (CCOP)

Children’s Community Options program provides supports and services to children living at home who have long term developmental, emotional, or physical disabilities. These disabilities must disrupt at least two functions of the child’s life. CCOP funding is aimed to provide supports to keep child in their home and community.

Eligibility Requirements
  • Must be under the age of 22
  • Be a resident of Wisconsin
  • Be living in a home or community setting
  • Require a level of care typically provided in an intermediate care facility
Contact Information

New Applicants Contact: Cheryl Dinauer or Kris Torosian

Phone: (866) 710-4054

E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]


Existing Participants Contact: Starr Burke

Phone: (262) 605-6684

E-mail: [email protected]

Children's Long Term Support Program (CLTS)

The Children’s Long Term Support Program is Home and Community Based Service waiver that provides Medicaid funding for children with substantial limitations in their daily activities and need support to remain in their home or community. Funding can be used to support a range of different services based on the assessment of needs of the child or the child’s family. Children with severe emotional disturbances, physical and or developmental disabilities may be eligible.

Eligibility Requirements

MUST MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS

  • Under the age of 22
  • Eligible for Wisconsin Medicaid
  • Be a United States Citizen or have acceptable immigrant status
  • Be a Wisconsin Resident
  • Not have income in their name in excess of the current Medicaid standards
  • Live at home or in a foster care setting
  • Have a level of care need that is typically provided in an institutional setting such as a hospital, a nursing home, or an institution for people with developmental disabilities
  • Be able to receive safe and appropriate care at home and/or in the community; and be able to receive safe and appropriate care at home and/or in the community that does not have a cost to the Wisconsin Medicaid Program that exceeds the cost Medicaid would pay if the child were in an institution.
Contact Information

New Applicants Contact: Cheryl Dinauer or Kris Torosian

Phone: (866) 710-4054

E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]


Existing Participants Contact: Starr Burke

Phone: (262) 605-6684

E-mail: [email protected]

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS)

CCS is a county level program for all individuals who need ongoing services for a mental illness, substance use disorder, or a dual diagnosis beyond occasional outpatient care, but less than intensive services provided in an inpatient program. Individuals in the program work with a team of service providers to develop a unique and personal treatment plan. Each person in the CCS program has a unique plan to best achieve success.

Eligibility Requirements
To see if you or your child is eligible, complete the screening form:
Contact Information

Contact: Kenosha County

Phone: (262) 605-6700

CompassWisconsin: Threshold (CWT)

CompassWisconsin: Threshold (CWT) is a program through the Wisconsin Department of Health Services that provides a unified point for intake, application, and eligibility determination for the Children's Long-Term Support (CLTS) services for families in Adams, Columbia, Dane, Green, Jackson, Jefferson, Kenosha, La Crosse, Lafayette, Marquette, Monroe, Ozaukee, Racine, Rock, Walworth, Washington, and Waukesha counties.

Contact Information

New Applicants Contact: Cheryl Dinauer or Kris Torosian

Phone: (866) 710-4054

E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]


Existing Participants Contact: Sue Roknic

Phone: (262) 657-7188

E-Mail: [email protected]

Coordinated Services Team (CST)

The Coordinated Services Team is a county level program that is designed to develop a comprehensive, individualized system of care for children with complex behavioral health needs based upon the wraparound model. The Coordinated Services Team is a team made up of family members, service providers and others to develop and carry out a coordinated services plan for the child.

Eligibility Requirements

CST in Kenosha is called Families First. To be eligible for Families First a child must be under the age of 21 and involved in two or more systems of care. The child must have an emotional disability lasting at least 6 months, and the expectation that the emotional disability will last a year or longer that creates impairment in their daily life. The child must also be at risk of institutional placement.

Contact Information

Contact: Megan Morgan

Phone: (262) 697-4758

E-mail: [email protected]

Katie Beckett Program

Katie Beckett Program is a program that helps children with certain long term disabilities or mental health needs to receive a ForwardHealth Medicaid card. Children who are not eligible for Medicaid because of parent’s income or assets, may be eligible for Medicaid through the Katie Beckett program, even if the child is covered under a private health insurance policy.

Eligibility Requirements

MUST MEET ALL CRITERIA

  • Under 19 years of Age
  • Be disabled by standards of the Social Security Act
  • Be a United States citizen, or have acceptable immigration status
  • Be a Wisconsin Resident
Contact Information

Contact: Cheryl Dinauer

Phone: (866) 710-4054

E-mail: [email protected]


Contact: Beth Mattson

Phone: (866) 710-4054

E-Mail: [email protected]

Service Providers in Kenosha County

Day Treatment Services
Agency  Name of the Provider  Email Phone Number
ROGERS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM Debra Minsky-Kelly [email protected] (262) 942-4000
Emergency Mental Health Services
Agency  Name of the Provider  Email Phone Number
KENOSHA COUNTY DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES/KENOSHA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES INC Mary Beth Lindqvist [email protected] (262) 657-7188
Group Home Certification
Facility Name  Name of Licensee Phone Number Gender Number of Beds
Outpatient Mental Health Clinics
Agency  Name of the Provider  Email Phone Number
AALTO ENHANCEMENT CENTER, SC Kathryn A. Aalto [email protected] (262) 654-9370
AURORA MEDICAL GROUP BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES Susan O’Connell [email protected] (414) 454-6506
CHILDREN’S SERVICE SOCIETY OF WISCONSIN Gretchen Huletz [email protected] (262) 652-5522
INTERCONNECTIONS, S.C. Deborah Bissland (262) 654-5333
KENOSHA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC Diane Gerlach [email protected] (262) 656-0044
KENOSHA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, INC Tracy French [email protected] (262) 842-0538
MOORE AND ASSOCIATES/BIRDS OF A FEATHER, INC. Tony Moore [email protected] (262) 605-1444
OAKWOOD CLINICAL ASSOCIATES, LTD. Amy Anderson [email protected] (262) 652-9830
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES GROUP, INC. Leah Featherstone [email protected] (262) 652-2406
PSYCHIATRIC AND PSYCHOTHERAPY CLINIC Paul Defazio [email protected] (262) 654-0487
ROGERS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM Debra Minsky-Kelly [email protected] (262) 942-4000
Residential Care Facilities
Facility Name  Name of Licensee Phone Number Gender Number of Beds
Benet Lake Child and Adolescent Treatment Center Allendale Association (847) 356-2351 M 20