Long Term Support Services/Mental Health/AODA
The Long Term Support Unit provides choices, resources, and services to elderly individuals, to persons with physical or developmental disabilities and to individuals with mental health and alcohol/other drug abuse needs to enhance independence, stability, dignity, and self-worth.
Long Term Support offers service options for people of all ages that have a chronic disability attributable to mental or physical disability or their normal aging process. These services are intended to allow people to remain in the community and stay out of nursing homes or other institutional settings unless absolutely needed. Staff will determine eligibility and support needs through an individualized assessment process. Following that, a service plan will be jointly developed by you and the case manager or service provider to meet your needs.
For Information or Make a Referral:
1. Vernon County Department of Human Services at 608-637-5210
318 Fairlane Drive, Suite 100
Viroqua, WI 54665
2. Visit http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/programs/ltc.htm
The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) provides information and assistance regarding services that are available in the community. One of the goals is to help people plan for current or future long term care needs. The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) professionals are familiar with all the local community services. They can help you determine which services best meet your individual needs.
Visit Vernon County ADRC at https://vernoncounty.org/ADRC/index.htm
Call Phone Toll Free: 1-888-637-1323 or 608-637-5201
Visit our office at 402 Courthouse Square, Viroqua, WI 54665