The Following Services Are Available at Lafayette County Human Services.


Aging & Disability Resource Center

The Lafayette County Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) provides information on services, resources and benefits regarding older adults, people with physical disabilities, people with developmental disabilities, their caregivers, friends and families.  The ADRC also provides a variety of community and home-based services to adults and the elderly to enable them to live as independently as possible in the community.                                                    
ADRC of SW Wisconsin Brochure

ADRC - 877-794-2372

Aging Unit

Lafayette County Human Services (LCHS) offers specific programs to our older adults, age 60 and up. Some resources include, but are not limited to Transportation, Home Chore, Personal Care, Medication Management, Health Day Clinic, Family Caregiver Support, Upper Horizon Newsletter, and many more.

ADRC - 877-794-2372

Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse (AODA)

The Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Unit (AODA) provides intervention, confidential assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, education and therapeutic services to adolescents, adults, including the intoxicated driver, affected family members and others who are impacted by alcohol and/or drug abuse or addiction.

Click here for :  Intoxicated Driver Program Information

Birth to 3

The Birth to Three Program (B-3) provides early intervention services to children from birth to age 3 who are determined to have a diagnosed physical or mental condition, with a high probability of a resultant developmental delay, or with a cognitive, physical (including vision and hearing), communicative, social or emotional delay. The services, which include therapy and service coordination, are provided in the child’s natural environment (e.g. home, daycare, etc.). Families should be involved and present, to the greatest extent possible, when and where the child receives services. Early intervention services are coordinated with the child’s primary health care provider.

Children’s Long Term Support (CLTS)

The Children’s Long-Term Support Program coordinates and manages an array of comprehensive services for eligible children from birth to age 18 with a severe developmental disability, physical disability, autism, or emotional disability.  Services are individually designed to help support the child and family and to promote health, safety, participation and independence in the home and community.

Community Support Program

The Community Support Program (CSP) provides community-based treatment to adults diagnosed with severe, chronic and persistent mental illness.  The program is designed to serve those adults with a history of recurring hospitalizations, major deficits in socialization and daily living skills, and who do not respond well to traditional outpatient mental health services.

Economic Support (ES)
The Economic Support Unit provides an integrated service delivery system for public assistance programs and employment and training services to low income individuals and families.  Providing timely and accurate benefits to eligible recipients within the guidelines of the Federal and State programs to assist residents of Lafayette County and to sustain and improve quality of life.


Family Services

The Family Services unit is responsible for the investigation of all allegations of child abuse and neglect, recruiting and licensing foster homes, custody studies and step-parent adoption screens, dispositional reports for the court, arranging and supervising alternate living placements, day care and Kinship Care certifications, and supervising and providing support services to all youth under court jurisdiction in Lafayette County.

Mental Health

The Mental Health Unit provides individual and family counseling on an outpatient basis as well as Comprehensive Community Services for individuals who require more intensive case management.  Around-the-clock crisis intervention services are also available.


Lafayette County Human Services

15701 County Road K

PO Box 130

 Darlington, WI 53530

Phone: 608-776-4800   ---   Fax: 608-776-4914


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