Creating Circles of Support for People with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Their Families

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.

  • Novelties in November 2014

     

    On November 13, 2014 we held our inaugural holiday art event--Novelties in November. We had a great turnout with over 120 attendees, 20 vendors, and food and drinks were generously provided by local businesses.

  • Local students ensure everyone has a Thanksgiving dinner.

     

    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...

  • TransCanada Corporation Shares Its Generosity With CSS


     

    CSS would like to thank TransCanada Corporation for their generosity.  They dropped by the office September 19th with a big present.  

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Congratulations to our CSS artists on winning first place their second year in a row at the ARC conference!

Congratulations to our CSS artists on winning first place their second year in a row at the ARC conference

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CSS 2012 Annual Report

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