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  • Highway Department: Permits | Clark County WI

    < Back to Highway Home Road Closures CTH K in Granton from E 5th Street to Railroad Street. This is a project being conducted by the Village of Granton and any questions should be directed to them. 511 W. South Street | Loyal, WI 54446 | Ph: (715) 743-3680 | Brian Duell, Highway Commissioner

  • Treasurer: Tax Page | Clark County WI

    Taxes ​ Ag Value Use Penalty Lottery Credit ​ Tax Deeded Properties ​ List of Properties Available for Sale List of Properties Available Here.. . No Current Listings​ Next sale fall 2024​ Treasurer Office | 517 Court Street, Room 302 | Neillsville, WI 54456 | (715) 743-5157

  • Little Britches | Clark County WI

    Forms Saw Cow Contest 2024 Youth Activities Fairest of the Fair Applications More Little Britches Sponsored by Clark County Dairy Promotion ​ Open to all youth 4 years old to 2nd Show will be held on Saturday, August 12th at 12:00 P.M. All calves must be dairy calves born in the months of May, June, July. The calf should be at least 2 weeks of age. Youth can show a calf from home or use a calf that is already at the fair in the open or junior shows. However, if they choose to use a calf already exhibited at the fair, they are responsible for making the arrangement with the exhibitor (this calf must be a May calf exhibited in the spring calf class). Calves from home will be brought in before the show and then taken home after. Calves must be led with a correct fitting halter. Calf and child must be a resident of Clark County. ​ ​ For more information or if you have any questions, please get in touch with Sarah Fischer at 715-465-0245. ​ Dairy ID Form (PDF) ​ Little Britches Entry Form (PDF) ​ Little Hoppers ​ Open to youth 4 years of age and up through 2nd grade. Show will be at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 12, 2023, in the rabbit barn of the Clark County Fairgrounds. Rabbit must meet minimum breed weight. Youth can show a rabbit that is being shown in Junior and/or Open Class or bring a rabbit from home. Rabbits from home will be brought in that morning, checked for diseases, and taken home that afternoon after the show. Little Hoppers Rabbit Show 2023 Due July 25, 2023 If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Clabots at 715-560-1554. ​ Little Hoppers Entry Form (PDF) Mobile Menu

  • BMWSA Private Parties | Clark County WI

    PRIVATE PARTIES Private Tubing Parties & Rentals Call us today at 715 - 743 - 5140 to schedule your private tubing party!! ​ In Season Private Rentals and Bookings Click here for document ​ The 107.5 ‘Rock’ and ‘Roll’ Rooms – During Public Use Hours ​ Both the ‘Rock Room’ and the ‘Roll’ Room' may be reserved and used by individuals or groups hosting a gathering, meetings and or potluck/meals for their family or group. Each space can be reserved for a rental fee of $60.00 a day and has a maximum seating capacity of approximately 30 people. Both the ‘Rock Room’ and the ‘Roll Room’ locations provide for a good view of the tube hill. Carry-in food and beverage items as well as the use of roasters, crockpots, hotplates and other food warming appliances are allowed in this space when rented. These items are not allowed in the main chalet area during public use hours. If the ‘Rock Room’ or ‘Roll Room’ are not reserved ahead of time, they will be rented on a first come first serve basis. ​ https://webtrac.co.clark.wi.us . For further questions on renting this space, please contact the Forestry and Parks Business Office during business hours at (715) 743-5140. ​ Private Tubing Parties Tubing parties can be booked by individuals, groups, businesses, or other interested parties. Those booking the event will be charged a flat per hour rate regardless of the number of tubers who will be attending the booking. Groups/Organizations renting the facility are not allowed to charge entry fees for participation at their private event. Saturday and Sunday evenings after Bruce Mound closes to the public will be encouraged. Rates are as follows: 5:00 pm start* 2 hours $400.00 3 hours $520.00 (Thursday Only at $275.00) 4 hours $640.00 * $100.00/hour for each hour after 5:00 pm that the event starts. The restaurant is normally not open for tube parties. Arrangements may be negotiated directly with the restaurant operator to open during tube parties if minimum attendance numbers will be met. Chalet & ‘Rock’ or ‘Roll’ Rooms are available for use during a tube party. Renters may bring own food including crock pots, roasters, etc. No grills or open flame cooking appliances. ​ Bruce Mound Whole or Partial Hill Rental Rates ​ Bruce Mound whole hill rental will be charged a flat rate plus any ski shop equipment rental regardless of the size of the rental group. Rates are as follows and assume a 5:00 pm* start on Saturday and Sunday nights. We can accommodate most day time and evening start times during weekdays. All prices include sales tax. Whole hill rental not available when Bruce Mound is scheduled to be open to the public. Tube Hill Only 2 hrs. $400.00 3 hrs. $520.00 4 hrs. $640.00 ​ Tube Hill and Novice Hill $1,120.00 + rentals $1,480.00 + rentals $1,840.00 + rentals ​ Tube Hill and All Available Ski Slopes $1,540.00 + rentals $2,160.00 + rentals $2,740.00 + rentals ​ *May increase the price for each ½ hour after 5:00 pm that the event starts on Saturday and Sunday nights. Rates include use of the chalet or 107.5 ‘Rock’ or ‘Roll’ Rooms. Renter is required to pick up garbage and wipe down tables after use. Whole or partial hill rental does not include use of the kitchen. The restaurant is normally not open for whole hill rentals. Arrangements may be negotiated directly with the restaurant operator to open during these events. Renters may bring own food including crock pots, roasters, etc. No grills or open flame cooking appliances. Ski shop equipment rental is $10.00/person and includes skis or snowboard, poles and helmet. Rental prices for novice hill and all slopes include professional fitting of Bruce Mound rental equipment. Ski instruction at a reasonable price can be arranged. ​ Updated 10/27/2022 Bruce Mound Winter Sports Are | N791 Bruce Mound Ave. | Merrillan, WI 54754 | Information: (715) 743 - 5140

  • Levis Guided Trail | Clark County WI

    Interpretive Trail Mountain Biking Cross Country Skiing Interpretive Trail Hiking Snowshoeing A 1.5 mile segment of trail is designed as a self guided nature study trail at Levis/Trow Mound Recreation Area. The self guided interpretive trail has 15 stations that review a variety of natural resource features associated with Clark County. Spend quality time with the family or take a leisure walk with yourself and friends. Learn about nature and your surroundings on this easy to walk and navigate trail segment. Breath taking views of Clark County can also be seen on connecting trails to the top of the mounds. Levis/Trow Mounds Recreation Area provides more than 34 miles of scenic trail. Levis Mound is the single largest trail system devoted to hiking opportunities in Clark County. Hiking can be especially rewarding in the spring and fall when emerging plant life and autumn colors abound. ​ Download/view the Interpretive Trail Map Brochure. Current Snow Conditions Reservations Follow us on Facebook Directions

  • Community Services: Staff | Clark County WI

    Management Staff Jennifer Kenny Behavioral Services Program Manager ​ Jen received her Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay and subsequently received her Master of Social Work degree from the University of North Dakota. Jen has practiced in the community mental health setting for the majority of her career, working with adults with serious mental illness, youth with serious emotional disturbances, individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and individuals with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health/substance use disorders. Jen joined Clark County Community Services in 2019 and currently supervises outpatient mental health services and Comprehensive Community Services (CCS). She is passionate about family preservation and providing high quality, coordinated services to underserved populations. Kayla Rochester, MS, LPC Behavioral Services Program Manager ​ Kayla graduated from Viterbo University with a bachelor’s degree in 2016. Following graduation, she continued her education at Viterbo University in their Masters of Science in mental Health Counseling and graduated in December 2018. Kayla has experience working in the Wisconsin public school system. Kayla has practiced in the community mental health setting for several years and sees a wide variety of mental health related disorders, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, personality disorders, and other mental health illness. She utilizes strength-based, person-centered, TF-CBT, and solution focused to assist clients in reaching their desired level of functioning. Kayla joined Clark County Community Services in 2019 and currently supervises Outpatient Substance Abuse Services (AODA), Community Support Program (CSP), Recovery Court, and Crisis. Kayla is passionate about working with underserved populations and advocating for clients. Michelle Kauth Office Manager ​ Michelle began her employment with Community Services in May 2021. P rior to working in Clark County, she was the office manager for a private outpatient mental health clinic for 7 years. Michelle oversees the day to day operations of the front office, which includes scheduling appointm ents and ensuring that services are billed out properly. She has worked in the medical field for many years having been a transcriptionist for 15 years. Doctors Dr. J. Scott Persing MD, Psychiatrist ​ Education: Dr. Persing, is a certified psychiatrist who received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of South Dakota and his Medical Degree from the University of South Dakota School Medicine in Vermillion, South Dakota. Services Offered: Psychiatric Services in evaluating and management of adult and geriatric psychiatric illnesses. He has helped individuals manage mental illnesses such as: Depression, Anxiety, Panic Disorder, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Schizophrenia and Dementia. Dr. Persing also conducts court-ordered psychiatric evaluations for individuals in his care. Joel Rooney Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist ​ Dr. Joel Rooney began working with Clark County Community Services in July 2011. He provides parenting assessments, psychological testing, (IQ, diagnosis clarification, etc.), ADHD testing and consultation to the clinical staff. Dr. Rooney also works for La Crosse County. Stephanie Stieglitz RN CSP Nurse ​ Stephanie obtained her nursing degree in 2007 from Mid-State Technical College in Wisconsin Rapids. She is a Registered Nurse through the State of Wisconsin. Stephanie has been working with Clark County Community services since 2013. She is the nurse that assists the psychiatrist in the outpatient clinic and works with the Community Support Program and the Comprehensive Community Services Program providing assistance to adults and children with mental health and/or AODA issues. Prior to working for our agency, Stephanie worked as nurse case manager for Western Wisconsin Cares and as a pediatric staff nurse at St.Joseph’s Hospital. Clinical Team Jackie Baures MS, LPC-IT ​ Jackie received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Psychology with a minor in Legal Studies at Viterbo University in 2011, and a Master’s of Science in Mental Health Counseling degree from Viterbo University in 2014. Areas or study included holistic approaches, autism spectrum disorder and therapeutic approaches, and concerns specific to the aging adult population (55+). Jackie currently provides psychotherapy to individuals five years old and up using person-centered approaches. Areas of focus include emotional awareness/intelligence, developing coping skills, anxiety and depression management, processing grief and loss, support through life transitions, processing and integrating trauma, developing interpersonal skills, and family therapy/support. Theoretical approaches utilized include Person-Centered Therapy, Strength-Based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Play Therapy informed care, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT) informed care, Gender Affirming Care, and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) informed care. Patrick Pellett MA, SAC-IT ​ Patrick received his Master’s degree in Behavioral Health from Eastern Washington University in 2020, and his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and History from the University of Idaho in 2009. He has experience working in inpatient substance use facilities for teen boys and adults and was a supervisor of a co-occurring facility. Patrick has spent a lifetime volunteering with at risk youth in various settings. Patrick uses Solution Focused, Strengths-based, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and both traditional and relapse prevention Mindfulness approaches for substance use disorders. Stephanie Simonson MSW, LCSW ​ Stephanie Simonson is a Clark County, Wiscon sin based Certified Independent Social Worker (CISW) progressing towards her Licensed Clinical Social Worker License (LCSW). Stephanie received her Masters of Social Work (MSW) from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in 2016 and her Bachelors of Science in Human Development & Family Studies and Social Welfare from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2012. She has specializes in providing a trauma informed framework of care and person-centered therapy for kids, teens, adults, and families. Stephanie’s mission is to provide her clients with a safe therapeutic experience. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches including EMDR, dialectical behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, motivational enhancement therapy, cognitive processing therapy, and moral injury. Stephanie has gained valuable knowledge while working with individuals with trauma, personality disorders, anxiety, depression, addictions, and other mental health disorders. She has worked in a variety of treatment settings with diverse populations including outpatient, school based, residential, and medical for over 10 years. Kathryn (K.D.) Kinter MS, LPC ​ Kathryn Kinter is a Clark County Clinical Therapist and Wisconsin based Licensed Professional Counselor. Kathryn received her Masters Degree in Educational Psychology-Community Counseling fro m the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2006. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology in 2004, also from UW-Milwaukee. She provides person-centered, inclusive, and trauma informed psychotherapy services for youth, adults, and families. Kathryn’s therapeutic approaches are eclectic and include: Brainspotting, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Kathryn has worked in a variety of settings including: Community Mental Health, Education, and Child Welfare. Her focus areas include, but are not limited to: depression and anxiety management, building coping sk ills, navigating life transitions, and processing grief, loss, and trauma. Jessica Cary MSW, APSW ​ Jessica received a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from The University of North Dakota in 2020 and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work (BSW) from Northern Michigan University in 2016. She has gained experience by practicing in a number of treatment settings including community mental health, long-term care/nursing home, juvenile justice, and crisis. Jessica provides psychotherapy to adults, children, and teenagers in a warm, patient, non-judgmental environment. She works with individuals who seek support for anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, relationships, family issues, anger, life balance, and life stressors. Jessica assists in empowering individuals in areas such as work, school, and change in living dynamics, special needs, disabilities, chronic illness, self-care, relationship breakups and divorce. Jessica utilizes a variety of therapies and evidence based treatment approaches such as Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Strengths-based, Trauma-Informed Care, and Mindfulness approaches. Erin Drawz MS, LPC ​ Erin obtained her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Marquette University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has been employed by Clark County Community Services since January 2011. Erin works with children, adolescents, and adults, addressing a variety of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, and oppositional defiant disorder. She also has extensive experience working with juvenile sexual offenders, both treating and assessing risk factors. Erin has completed training for Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT). Prior to employment at Community Services, Erin spent 15 years as a therapist at two residential treatment centers for children and adolescents. Theresa Gunn MA, SAC ​ Theresa is a graduate from the University of South Dakota with both her Bachelors in Criminal Justice (1986) and her Masters in Addiction Studies (2016). She currently holds her Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC) license. Theresa has 8 years of experience in case management for clients with both mental health and substance abuse issues. She has over 3 years as a Substance Abuse Counselor. She is an IDP assessor for Clark County. Theresa has worked in different arenas of treatment including inpatient, outpatient, case management, and medication assisted clinics. She has experience in 12-step programs, relapse prevention, SMART Recovery, crisis intervention, and cognitive behavioral therapies. She has gained knowledge running different types of groups from educational to process to focus topics. She has lived experience of substance use and recovery time of over 30 years. Andrea Anderson MSW, LCSW ​ Andrea is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Wisconsin- Madison and Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Wisconsin- Stout. Prior to joining Clark County Community Services, Andrea provided therapy at an outpatient clinic. Andrea has gained extensive experience working with individuals, children, and families in various settings including child protection, parent education and support, family care, crisis, and criminal justice. Andrea endeavors to create a warm, non-judgmental space to support clients feeling safe while exploring their growth and healing in therapy. Andrea uses a culturally responsive, client centered, trauma informed, and strengths based approach in her practice working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She utilizes several treatment modalities including Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Sand Tray Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Andrea has experience working individuals seeking support related to depression, anxiety, oppositional defiant disorder, trauma, grief and loss, life stressors, attachment, parenting, divorce, LGBTQIA+ identities (she is an ally), and other mental health concerns. ​ Katelyn Fleischman Clinical Therapist Intern ​ ​ Katelyn graduated from UW-La Crosse with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2021. Following graduation, she is currently continuing her education at Viterbo University for a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling and is in the final internship stage of her degree. Katelyn has prior experience interning in a child and adolescent mental health clinic and saw a wide variety of mental health related disorders, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, bipolar disorders, and neurodevelopmental disorders. She also has past experience volunteering for underserved populations for Catholic Charities and currently serves in the Army National Guard. Katelyn joined Clark County Community Services in May 2024 and currently serves as a Clinical Therapist Intern. Katelyn sees clients of all ages. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches including motivational interviewing, person-centered therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and existential therapy. Katelyn values the life of each human person and has a mission to foster a safe environment to help clients achieve their goals. ​ Case Managers Jeremiah Bogdonovich Emergency Mental Health Crisis Worker ​ Jeremiah has several roles at our agency including Mobile Crisis Services, Case Management services for individuals with chronic mental illness, and assists with court related matters. He has been employed with our agency since 2009. Jeremiah received his BA in Philosophy with a minor in theology from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. Prior to working with our agency Jeremiah worked at a residential treatment center for youth for 8 years. He also worked for Workforce Resource. Skye Defourneaux Service Facilitator ​ Skye obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Wisconsin-Stout with a minor in Family Studies and Human Development. Skye provides case management services to children and adults with mental health struggles and AODA issues through the Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program. Prior to working with our agency, Skye worked as an employment specialist at a local job center, a parent educator and visit supervisor through Lutheran Social Services in Barron County, and also with the Northwest Connections mental health crisis line. Michelle Wurzer Program Coordinator, Servi ce Coordinator, and Educator ​ Michelle obtained her BS Degree in Early Childhood: Exceptional Educational Needs from UW-Eau Claire. She has been a Licensed Teacher in the State of Wisconsin since 1996 and began working with Clark County's Birth to 3 Program in July of 2013. Michelle supports families who have concerns about their child’s development. She also works closely with other community agencies to improve the opportunities available for families with young children. Prior to employment with Birth to 3, Michelle was employed as a lead teacher at UW-Eau Claire Children’s Center. She also worked with Western Dairyland's and Indianhead Community Action Agency's Head Start programs. Chelsea Coyle CSP Case Manager ​ Chelsea currently provides support and assistance to adults with severe and persistent mental illness through the Community Support Program; she is able to aid consumers with remaining healthy and safe within the community. Chelsea obtained her Bachelor of Science in Human Services with a Child and Family Welfare emphasis from Kaplan University in 2013. Prior to joining our agency in August 2017 , she served as a Case Manager for Child Protective Services as well as Juvenile Justice for a Native American Tribe of Wisconsin for 5 years. Additionally, she serves on a Mobile Crisis Team through Northwest Connections. Heather Mueller Support and Service Coordinator ​ Heather obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies from UW-Stout in May of 2005. She has been employed by Clark County since August of 2016. Heather provides support and service coordination for children with disabilities and their families to help them grow and live their best lives possible. Prior to working for our agency, Heather worked as a Development Disability Case Manager for North Central Health Care. Sarah Christensen Support and Service Coordinator ​ Sarah has been a case manager for the Children’s Long Term Support Program of Clark County since 2013. A native of Neillsville, Sarah has over 20 years of experience working with children and adults with intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health. This experience includes in classrooms, county and community settings, and in various home and personal settings. After earning her degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Wisconsin—Stout, Sarah briefly taught kindergarten. Shortly after, finding a passion to serve and support individuals with cognitive disabilities and significant mental health struggles as program manager for Lutheran Social Services in Jackson and Monroe County. After 6 years of employment with LSS, Sarah accepted her current position with Clark County and continues to advocate for the children enrolled in the Children’s Long Term Support Program as well as for their families and providers. Kelly Stenulson Service Facili tator ​ Kelly obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from Broadview University in Healthcare Management. Kelly provides case management to services to children and adults with mental health struggles and children with emotional and physical delays through the Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program, the Waiver program (CLTSW) and CCOP. Prior to working with Clark County Community Services, Kelly worked as a program supervisor for Lutheran Social Services. Kelly also has her Associates degree in Early Childhood and graduated from Martin’s College of Cosmetology. Tara Halopka Service Facili tator ​ Tara obtained an Associate’s degree in AODA counseling from Chippewa Valley Technical College, Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies from University-Wisconsin Stout with a minor in gerontology, and a Master’s degree in Family Studies and Human Development from University-Wisconsin Stout. Tara provides case management to services to children and adults with mental health struggles and children with emotional and physical delays through the Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program, the Waiver program (CLTSW) and CCOP. Prior to working with Clark County Community Services, Tara worked as an Information and Assistance Specialist in the Clark County Aging and Disability Resource Center. Tina Bowman Service Facilitator ​ Tina obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a major in Sociology and a minor in Social Work. Tina also has an Associate’s Degree from Midstate Technical College. Tina provides case management services to children and adults with mental health struggles and AODA issues through the Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program. Prior to working with our agency, Tina worked with Clark County Social Services as an Initial Assessment Social Worker for 8 years and as the Juvenile Court Intake Worker for 5 years. Tina has also been a QPR trainer for suicide prevention for 8 years. Allie Dickinson Mental Health Case Manager ​ Allie obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications with a minor in English from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN. Allie joined Clark County Community Services in September of 2019 and provides case management services to individuals with chronic mental illness. She also assists with mental health commitments and guardianships. Prior to working with our agency Allie worked at a residential treatment center for youth for 8 years and a day treatment facility for youth for 5 years. She also has experience as an aide in Special Education. Vic Michalek Service Facilitator ​ Vic received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire in 1998, with a major in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. Vic has more than 25 years of experience in community mental health, where he has served hundreds of youth and their families in various capacities (to include senior case management, group facilitation, clinic and program development and oversight). The lion share of Vic’s career has been spent in the day treatment sector, where he has worked extensively with youth presenting with serious emotional disturbances, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Vic joined Clark County Community Services in 2023 and currently works as a Case Manager for Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) and the Children’s Long Term Support Program (CLTS). He is proud to serve Clark County in these regards. Janie Kampf CSP Case Manager ​ Janie began her employment with us in 2023. She is a Certified Domestic Violence Professional and has worked towards her Bachelors in Communicative Disorders with an emphasis in Deafness Rehabilitation at NIU, a Bachelors in Psychology at UW Stout and plans to finish her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Janie has worked in the field of mental health in various positions including Conditional Release at LSS, youth residential and inpatient placements at Rock River Residential, juvenile offenders at Focus House and before coming to us, 9 years as the Shelter Supervisor and Coordinator at Hope of Ogle County. Janie is skilled in de-escalation and crisis situations. Sean Stolfi Case Manager ​ Sean earned his Bachelors of Science degree in 2020 from UW Eau Claire, majoring in psychology and minoring in neuroscience. He has obtained over 6 years of experience in emergency medicine and clinical patient care while serving as a healthcare specialist in the United States Army. As of October 2023, Sean has worked for Clark County Community Services providing case management services to families and individuals with various community resource needs. Jarod Houghtaling Recovery Court Coordinator Jarod earned his Bachelor’s degree in Vocational Rehabilitation from UW-Stout in May of 2014. At that time, Jarod stayed at UW-Stout to pursue a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Throughout school, Jarod held several positions in the human services field and developed an interest in working with individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Jarod is a contracted employee through a nonprofit organization called JusticePoint. Since being hired in July of 2022, Jarod has been trained in motivational interviewing, case management, and has been certified in the administration and scoring of the Ohio Risk Assessment System. Dani Boushon Financial Manager ​ Dani joined Community Services May of 2014, with a background in financial planning and compliance. She works with the Director in preparing the annual budget by organizing and gathering financial information, manages the grants received for the different programs offered through Community Services, works with and manages time records for payroll purposes. Dani works with individuals on managing their social security payments. In her free time she enjoys being outdoors riding horses, riding the side by side with her Husband and spending time with grandchildren. Support Staff Jeanine Voigt Administrative Assistant ​ Jeanine has been in Community Services since 2001. She graduated from Mid-State Technical College in 1994 having completed the Information Processing Specialist and Office Assistant programs. She has been employed with Clark County since 1995. She primarily supports the AODA Program and is also the main point of contact for all OWI Assessments and related follow-up. She provides administrative support to the clinical psychologist and other clinicians and staff throughout the department along with other tasks and duties as assigned including medical transcription, maintaining the electronic medical record, etc. Karen Baker Accounting Technician Karen has been working with Clark County Community Services since January 2022. She’s worked in healthcare for twenty years, with the past fifteen years in billing and follow-up. Stephanie Day ton Program Assistant ​ As Program Assistant for Commun ity Services, Stephanie is the first point of contact for clients in person or by phone. She provides support to the clinical therapists and psychiatrists as well as the clients we provide service to. Stephanie has a background in Psychology and Social Work, and has over five years’ experience in healthcare and clinic settings. Danielle Johnson Program Assistant ​ Danielle Johnson is a Program Ass istant for Community Services. She has 6 years in county government focusing on medical rec ord management and credentialing licensed professionals. Danielle graduated from Viterbo University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and a minor in Substance Abuse. While in school, she provided quantitative data to a qualitative research project. In 2013, Danielle volunteered with Gundersen Health System at Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota to collaborate with local leaders to improve quality of life. Her passion is streamlining processes to be more effective and efficient in providing services to others.

  • Clerk of Courts | Clark County WI

    Clark County Clerk of Courts Clark County Circuit Court Rules - Click Here Family & Divorce Information Read More > Payment Information & Plans Read More > Traffic Citations & Court Info Read More > small Claims information Read More > Jury Duty Information Read More > Mission Statement It is the mission of the Clerk of Courts to facilitate for the creation, maintenance, disposition, and preservation of the written record of all proceedings that come before the Circuit Court System of the county. Our goal is to provide prompt and efficient service to the public and all participants. Disclaimer The clerk and staff are not allowed to give legal advice. Legal questions should be directed to your attorney or to the Lawyer Referral Service at 1-800-362-9082. Language Assistance Plan Recovery Court Restraining Orders Clerk of Courts Heather Bravener ​ Contact (715) 743-5183 heather.bravener@wicourts.gov ​ Clerk of Courts Office Duties The Clerk of Court and staff perform administrative duties for the courts, including: Collections Court financial management Court records management Enforcement of all court ordered financial obligations Jury management The office is responsible for distributing information to the public on procedures to file small claims and other court related activities. Additionally, is responsible for record keeping and monitoring of court cases included but not limited to: Appeals Civil Criminal Family Forfeitures Incarcerated persons Small claims Traffic ​ Clark County Courthouse | 517 Court Street, Room 405 | Neillsville, WI 54456 | (715) 743-5181

  • Apply For a Job | Clark County WI

    EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Personnel Office | 517 Court Street, Room 205 | Neillsville, WI 54456 | (715) 743-5224 Clark County, Wisconsin employees individuals at several locations in the county. To ensure you select the correct application, please click the link within the job listing. If you know where you are applying, you may select from the choices below. Courthouse Position This includes positions in Social Services, Community Services, Forestry, and all other jobs posted by the Clark County Office of Personnel. To download the application click here . Sheriff's Office Position This includes positions in corrections, communications, patrol, and all other jobs posted by the Clark County Sheriff's Office. Rehab & Living Center This includes all positions at the Clark County Rehab and Living Center - CNA, RN, back office, maintenance, and other posted positions. Employment Opportunities Current employment opportunities with Clark County are listed on this page. If you do not see any job postings listed below then there are currently no positions available. Clark County is an equal opportunity / civil rights compliance employer. Clark County accepts applications for currently advertised positions only. To apply, please fill out the application above and email it directly to breana.guldan@co.clark.wi.us . Remember to specify the job you are applying for and submit all accompanying paperwork. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. ​ Please note: The Online Application is being tested. If you experience issues with the online application, please utilize the paper application. Current Jobs County Conservationist Full-time, Benefit Position. Click here for more details. Apply here. Judicial Assistant - Branch II Full-time, Benefit Position. Click here for more details. Apply here. Assistant Corporation Counsel Full-time, Benefit Position. Click here for more details. Apply here. Clinical Therapist Full-time, Benefit Position. Click here for more details. Apply here. Female Corrections Deputy - Sheriff's Department Full-time, Benefit Position. Click here for more details. Apply here. 911 Dispatch - Sheriff's Office Full-time, Benefit Position. Click here for more details. Apply here. Casual Nutrition Team Member- ADRC Casual, Non- benefit Position. Click here for more details. Apply here.

  • Dog Licenses | Clark County WI

    Dog Licenses All dogs over 5 months are required to be licensed at a fee of $3.00 for neutered male and spayed female dogs and $8.00 for unneutered male/unspayed female dogs. Dog licenses can be obtained from your LOCAL TREASURER. The owner must present evidence that all dogs over 5 months of age are currently immunized against rabies before a license will be issued. Any person who keeps more than one dog may apply for a multiple dog license. The license fee is $35.00 for up to 12 or fewer dogs and an additional $3.00 for each dog in excess of 12 The multiple dog licenses are issued in the County Treasurer’s office. Dogs exempt from licensing fees are those trained for blind or deaf persons. They are entitled to receive a license at no cost. PENALTIES A late fee of $5.00 shall be assessed the owner of each dog 5 months of age or over who fails to obtain a dog license by April 1st of each year, or within 30 days of acquiring ownership on or before the dog reached licensable age. Any owner who fails to have a dog vaccinated against rabies as required by statute may be required to forfeit not less than $50.00 nor more than $100 Clark County Courthouse | 517 Court Street Room 301 | Neillsville, WI 54456 | Ph: (715) 743-5148 Fx: (715 743-5154

  • Highway Department: Permits | Clark County WI

    < Back to Highway Home Mailbox Policy Policy & Placement Outline All mailboxes must be able to withstand flying snow and slush from traffic and snowplows. Properly installed and maintained mailboxes that are damaged by direct contact with highway plow equipment may be replaced with a minimum U.S. Postal Service approved mailbox. Mailboxes that are placed too close to the traveled way, not installed on an approved base or deteriorated in poor condition will not be replaced. Decorative mailboxes will not be replaced in kind. The box and base must be strong enough to withstand flying snow and slush from traffic and snowplows. A printable copy of this policy is available by clicking this link . ​ If you have any questions or concerns about mailbox placement or policy, please contact our Operations Manager, Tom Clark at (715) 743-3680. 511 W. South Street | Loyal, WI 54446 | Ph: (715) 743-3680 | Brian Duell, Highway Commissioner

  • FOR: Gift Certificates | Clark County WI

    Forestry & Parks Gift Certificates ​ Gift Certificates can be issued in any amount! Certificates may be purchased via the below: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m.: please call 715-743-5140, Clark County Forestry & Parks Business Office, 517 Court Street, Room 103, Neillsville, WI. During seasonal operations hours: Bruce Mound Winters Sports Area Ticket Office, Russell Memorial Park & Campground Office, or Rock Dam Park & Campground Office. ​ Certificates may be redeemed at the following locations: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m.: please call 715-743-5140, Clark County Forestry & Parks Business Office, 517 Court Street, Room 103, Neillsville, WI. During seasonal operations hours: Bruce Mound Winters Sports Area Ticket Office, Russell Memorial Park & Campground Office, or Rock Dam Park & Campground Office. Online at the following website: https://webtrac.co.clark.wi.us Items available for purchase with the Clark County Forestry & Parks Department Gift Certificates include: Business and Campground Office sales: Camping Reservations (at all reservable campsites and campgrounds); Pavilion Reservations; County Forest Camping Permits; Trails Permits; Boat Launch Parking Permits; and Firewood Cutting Permits. Business Office and Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area Ticket Office sales: Bruce Mound Season Passes; and Rock 107.5 Room Rentals. Campground Office sales: Campground store items; Firewood; and Ice. Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area Ticket Office sales: Daily Tickets; Daily Rental Products/Packages; and Ski Shop items. County Map View a map of trails, parks, fishing spots and more! Online Reservation System Reserve a Campsite... Book a Facility... Purchase a Permit... Buy a Season Pass... Gift Certificates Give the gift of adventure! Hours: Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM | 517 Court St., Room 103 | Neillsville, WI 54456 | Phone: (715) 743-5140

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