We value each person in our care as an extraordinary individual. Whether you're just here for therapy or something more long-term, our team does their best to accommodate your personal preferences.

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Community Involvement

Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Chippewa Valley Care Coalition

Leading Age of WI

Leading Choice Network

Music and Memory

Owen/Withee Chamber of Commerce

Wisconsin Coalition for Collaborative Excellence in Assisted Living (WCCEAL)

WI Association of County Homes Partnerships

Clark County Aging Department: Annual Caregivers Conference

Clark County Health Department: Immunization Clinic North Center

Tech College (NTC)

CNA Classes

Red Cross Blood Drives

Clark County Rehabilitation & Living Center has provided care for the elderly, mentally ill, and developmentally disabled in our rural Wisconsin community since 1922.

Because healthcare is always evolving, specialized programs have developed to meet specific needs such as memory care and intensive rehabilitation services.

Clark County Rehabilitation & Living Center is comprised of:

  • 80-Bed Long-Term Care Skilled Nursing Facility
  • 4, 10-Bed Secure Memory Care Units
  • 30-Bed Psychiatric Care Unit
  • 32-Bed In-Patient Rehabilitation Unit
    (Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapies)
  • 16-Bed Facility for the Intellectually Disabled (ICF-ID )
  • 8-Bed Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) Licensed Ambulatory Class C (CA) for individuals with chronic metal illnesses or developmental disabilities with behavioral concerns
  • Provider of Adult Day Services and Community Outreach services for individuals with developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, and mental health needs.
  • WIC Program Provider

Woodland Enhanced Health Services Commission

A collaboration of several counties throughout Wisconsin, the Commission is contracted with Clark County Rehabilitation & Living Center to provide the infrastructure and staffing for activities related to the nursing home and facility for the developmentally disabled.

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