Case Management and Social Services

Our Case Management programs respond to issues that adversely affect the quality of life, health, and well-being of adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities, chronic mental illness, and age-related disabilities, including a special population of aging adults identified as Russian immigrants. We offer support services that increase levels of independence, personal safety, and stability.

My Choice Wisconsin is a managed care organization committed to a better kind of healthcare for people who need it most—seniors, adults with disabilities, and the family and friends who support them. They are a team of professional and community-based caregivers working with My Choice Wisconsin to deliver completely custom services that put members in charge of their health and independence.

Jewish Family Services is a service provider in the My Choice Wisconsin network.

For more information on My Choice Wisconsin contact them at 414-287-7600 or website

The Sandy Naimon Breakfast Club is a peer support and socialization group for individuals with persistent mental illness. The group meets weekly for breakfast at local restaurants and hosts community based recreation opportunities to support friendships and access to community activities.

For more information contact Kevin Boland, Director of Social Services at 414-225-1208 and

The JFS Conservatorship service extends to those whose ability to handle financial issues is at a minimum. The agency protects these individuals by managing their funds and providing them with their finances in controlled amounts on a daily basis to meet their needs.

For more information contact Kevin Boland, Director of Social Services at 414-225-1208 and

Our Community Resource Program is the cornerstone of a supportive housing model to benefit seniors, individuals with disabilities, chronic mental health problems, chronic health conditions, and families with low household incomes in a safe and affordable housing environment.

Our program provides free educational, social engagement and social service programs to promote inclusion, personal safety, wellness and housing stability for nearly 350 residents living at Deerwood Crossing Senior Residences and Bradley Crossing in the village of Brown Deer.

Personalized services for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities and chronic mental illness focuses on collaborative, client-centered treatment planning, independent living skills, financial support, and assistance with decision-making through corporate guardianship, if needed. Case managers provide representative payee and conservatorship services to help clients with low household incomes manage their limited resources (61% of these clients live on $9,999 or less per year). We also provide extensive socialization programming to help clients reduce personal isolation and overcome the public stigma associated with having a disability by forming relationships and a sense of community with others.

For more information contact Kevin Boland, Director of Social Services at 414-225-1208 and

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a support program for adults living with mental health disorders, substance use disorders, or both, who have Medicaid/T19 coverage and reside in Milwaukee County. CCS offers access to a wide array of unique services to help clients manage mental health conditions, recover from substance use, improve health, build life skills to be more independent, and achieve personal goals.


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We are here to help you find the success and personal stability you deserve and to help you work through any drug and alcohol, and or mental health issues you are dealing with.

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JFS can appointed as a representative payee to receive United States Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income for a person who is not fully capable of managing their own benefits or is at risk for financial abuse and victimization.

For more information contact Kevin Boland, Director of Social Services at 414-225-1208 and