Current Openings

Riverside AFH

Licensed Adult Family Home

 

 

 

 

Riverside,  Adult Family Home

 

Riverside opened in the spring of 2013.  This facility was our first home dedicated to an all-female population of clients with an all-female staff as well.  This home sits on over 10-acres of wooded property along the Lemonweir River just outside of Mauston, WI.  This home has a large outdoor deck and a lawn shaded by towering trees.  The clients and staff enjoy planting and maintaining flower gardens and watching the birds as well as other wildlife wander through the yard.  There are large outdoor decks as well as a large yard for outdoor activities and the property is in private cul-de-sac with very low traffic.  The perfect setting for recovery and rehabilitation.

4 beds in facility.
Currently 2 beds available.
  • Behavioral Health Services & Programming
  • Case Management & Client Service Coordination
  • Conditional Release Clients Accepted
  • Individual and Group Therapy Available
  • Medication / Health Monitoring
  • Private Rooms
  • Rural setting with access to multiple communities
  • Shared Bathrooms
  • Transportation
24 hour staff, minimum 1:3 Supervision at all times.
  • Increased supervision and programming available

Program Established: 2013

Population Served:
Adult Female Clients Only, Multiple Diagnosis, Ambulatory, Intellectual Disability, Chronic or Persistent Mental Illness, Addiction / AODA Clients, Emotional or Behavioral Disorders, Verbal or Physical Aggression

Pine Ridge

Supported / Supervised Living

 

 

 

 

 

Pine Ridge Apartment

 

Adjacent to Valley House, Adult Family Home.  This setting is a transitional housing option for clients who are successful in one of our other programs and who can now live more independently.  We have the ability to provide supports and supervision at an individualized level for each client.  This is used to transition clients back to the community or back to their homes as needed.  This facility can also be utilized by our AODA rehabilitation population.

2 beds in facility.
Currently 1 beds available.
  • Case Management & Client Service Coordination
  • Individual and Group Therapy Available
  • Medication / Health Monitoring
  • Private Rooms
  • Rural setting with access to multiple communities
  • Shared Bathrooms
  • Transportation
Case mangement and Service Coordination included, staffing and supervision per client need.
  • Increased supervision and programming available

Program Established: 2008

Population Served:
Adult Male Clients Only, Multiple Diagnosis, Ambulatory, Chronic or Persistent Mental Illness, Addiction / AODA Clients, Emotional or Behavioral Disorders

Valley House

Licensed Adult Family Home

 

 

 

Valley House,  Adult Family Home

 

Opened in 1993, this facility was our very first home.  This began as an 8-Bed Community Based Residential Facility under a different organization in the early 1980s.  This home is one of three that sit on over 100-acres of wooded property with hiking trails running in between the properties.  This home has two large outdoor decks, basketball hoop, grilling area, and a lawn shaded by towering pine trees.  The clients and staff enjoy feeding the birds (and squirrels) and enjoying the deer and other wildlife that wander through the yard on the way to the pond where our clients enjoy walks, picnics and fishing.

4 beds in facility.
Currently 1 beds available.
  • Behavioral Health Services & Programming
  • Case Management & Client Service Coordination
  • Conditional Release Clients Accepted
  • Individual and Group Therapy Available
  • Medication / Health Monitoring
  • Private Rooms
  • Rural setting with access to multiple communities
  • Shared Bathrooms
  • Transportation
24 hour staff, minimum 1:4 Supervision at all times.
  • Increased supervision and programming available

Program Established: 1993

Population Served:
Adult Male Clients Only, Multiple Diagnosis, Ambulatory, Intellectual Disability, Chronic or Persistent Mental Illness, Physical Disability, Addiction / AODA Clients, Emotional or Behavioral Disorders, Verbal or Physical Aggression, Health Monitoring and/or Higher Medical Needs