Adult Long-Term Support Agencies/Guardians for Referrals

Camp Clover Day Service Program: Young Adults Ages 18-30

Camp Clover Day Service Program is developed around Personal Outcome Measures (POMs), as recommended by The Council on Quality and Leadership.  It is rooted in person-centered planning and approaches.  More information on the CQL and POMs, please visit:

Camp Clover focuses on two main factors of Personal Outcome Measures: My Relationships and My Community. Each factor of POMs has indicators associated that help determine person-centered goals and planning.

A Community Integrated Young Adult Day Services Program

Clover’s Community Integrated Day Services program is devoted to helping adults with disabilities learn the skills they need to live more independently, take part in community activities, discover more about their interests, meet new people and form and maintain meaningful friendships. Clover’s team of skilled staff designed a program that is aimed at creating opportunities that foster personal growth. Participants will learn customized skills to live a life filled with valuable connections and engaging experiences.

Population served 

The adult portion of Camp Clover Day Program serves ages 18-30 enrolled in CLTS or IRIS programs and are no longer attending secondary school; or are attending part-time after turning 18. Participants have diagnoses with mental illness, cognitive disabilities, developmental disabilities, or physical disabilities. 


2023-2024 Session Year

Fall 2023 (Aug 22-Dec 1) Weekdays 8am-3pm

Winter 2023-24 (Dec 4-Mar 1) Weekdays 8am-3pm

Spring 2024 (Mar 4-June 5) Weekdays 8am-3pm

Summer 2024 Saturdays Only ( Jun 8-Aug 24) 8am-3pm

IRIS Rates (Effective 1/1/2024)

Small Group- $204.25 per day

1:1-$236.50 per day (needs 1:1 support to participate in program activities but does not require specialized/individualized medical training)

1:1 Enhanced-$258 per day (higher medical needs such as assistive G tube feeding, high behavioral/aggressive needs, etc)


Link to submit electronic referrals:

Referrals accepted for Fall sessions June 1 to August 1 

Referrals accepted for Winter sessions September 1 to November 1

Referrals accepted for Spring sessions December 1 to February 1

Referrals accepted for Summer Saturday March 1 to May 1


23 W Milwaukee St, Second Floor

Janesville, WI 53548

The day program location offers open spaces for small groups to enjoy social activities and meals, a kitchenette for basic cooking activities, a sensory room, a non-secluded “take a break” area and a private room should any 1:1 participants need time away from the small groups.


Sophie Michels, BSW

Camp Clover Day Program Director

Main Line: 608-448-6116

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