We offer a wide variety of programs and services. If you are looking for information on a specific program, you're in the right place. If you need more information or if you have a question, just give us a call at 262-764-8555 and we'll be happy to help you.
If we can’t help you, we know someone who can!
The Kenosha Human Development Services Behavioral Health Clinic offers a variety of services for the community. Read more.
The CLTS Service Coordinators' goal is to provide your child and your family with the right support and services so that he or she may remain in your home and be a part of our community. Read more.
The Community Intervention Center is the division within KHDS that addresses many of the life skills and treatment referral needs of those who are living with a mental illness or are seeking recovery services. Read more.
Our team of professionals providing Community Support Program services believes that everyone is unique and each situation provides new opportunities to teach skills and promote self-direction while people move forward in their mental illness recovery. Read more.
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) offers assistance and guidance to those individuals who have mental health issues or Alcohol or Other Drug Addiction (AODA) issues who may need a little extra help to become more stable in their recovery. Read more.
We offer crisis intervention, both in-person and phone service, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. There is never an automated answering machine or voice message answering our phone. Our well-trained dedicated crisis staff provide face-to-face interventions and/or phone counseling in crisis situations.
You should call the Crisis Hotline is you or someone you know is experiencing:
- Feeling Suicidal
- Angry, depressed or anxious
- Substance abuse problems
- Lonely or isolated
- Family disputes
- Physical or emotional abuse
- Having school problems
- Runaway issues
- Just need to talk…
The program provides discharge planning for youth aging out of care and ongoing case management for a limited number of adult clients. Read more.
The Independent Living Adult Family Home is four bed home for disabled adults who are unable to live independently in the community. These adults may be diagnosed with a developmental, physical or mental disability. Read more.
KHDS provides an Information and Referral Service to help link members of the community with the services they are looking for! And it’s completely FREE! Read more.
Our Mental Health and Substance Abuse Resource Center's Intake and Assessment program will help you determine your eligibility for programs. Resource Center workers are also trained to assist with benefits counseling and insurance enrollment. They can also refer you to appropriate medical and psychiatric providers in our area. Read more.
Heroin and opioid use is an epidemic in Kenosha County. At KHDS, we have the IVDU Program to help address the needs of those seeking treatment for IV opioid use. Read more.
Being safe, needing to stabilize, needing to detox, or just needing to be around people for a few days to start thinking clearer is important in mental health and substance abuse recovery. The KARE Center is an eleven-bed, community-based residential facility that offers a safe haven with trained staff where an individual can get that relief. Read more.
Our goal at the Resource Center of Kenosha County is to take the complexities of large governmental systems and make them easier to attain and understand. We help people through complex processes to facilitate access to services and information they need to fully participate in their recovery. Read more.
Training and supporting foster parents are the heart of our program. Our foster parents are committed to accepting troubled children into their homes, providing a safe, nurturing environment, and persevering in teaching those children more effective skills to get their needs met. Read more.
The Supportive Apartment Program (SAP) offers assistance to people who are in recovery with a mental illness or addiction who need some real life skills training, mentoring, guidance, help with accessing the community and learning independent living skills, all with an emphasis on recovery. Read more.