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Community Support Services is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families. CSS fosters independence by helping those we serve recognize their own abilities and envision a brighter future. Then, we help them achieve it. Whether we’re providing in-home assistance to families in need or helping young adults find and transition into jobs, our services help keep our communities strong and our families empowered.
1 Hour of Respite
2 Hours of Job Coaching
Art Group Supplies
Group Home Program Updates
e.g. $1000 for Adult Services Programs
We would like to thank First American Bank for its generous donation of $3,500.Happy Holidays!
Led by Michele Koehler, and members of the Student Association at Riverside Brookfield High School, as well as Park Junior High School students in Mrs. Moran’s Advisory class, a student food drive was held that provided more than 50 Thanksgiving baskets for Community Support Services (CSS) participants. CSS supports individuals in our community who have intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Pictured above: Michele Koehler (left), RB High School students, and Diane Farina White, P...
Ten people sit at tables, tapping and swiping iPads covered in bright cases. Instructor Samuel De La Rosa shows these novices how to find places using the map app.
ABC7's Karen Meyer came to visit CSS Academy
Community Support Services (CSS), Inc., a leading service agency for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD), announced today that Necole Mills, Director of CSS Academy, has been selected to participate in Community Memorial Foundation’s (CMF) Ladder to Leadership program.
WGN Morning News "Around Town" visits with Exercise Connection.
See photos from our Family Picnic held September 14th, 2013
See who came out to celebrate our Grand Opening of the 4,000 square foot CSS Academy.