La Crosse County Transition Resources 

Sponsored by the La Crosse County Community on Transition 

Who are we?

The La Crosse County Community on Transition (CCoT) is a network of local schools, service organizations and businesses that  share an interest in helping youth with disabilities make successful transitions into adulthood while continuing to reside in our communities.  

What do we do?

The CCoT meets regularly to identify issues, barriers, supports and solutions that will assist students in making a successful transition based on their individual goals for training, education, employment and independent living.   

Contact the La Crosse County Community on Transition at


Join student-planned ‘Walk with an Eagle’ each week at UWL Student Union


Walking, moving on your own or with mobility aids, benefits you physically, mentally, and when done with others, socially. AARP in La Crosse is pleased to collaborate with the UWL Therapeutic Recreation program to offer weekly walks called “Walk with an Eagle” on the accessible campus. Each week, the group will begin the student-planned walk in the UWL Student Union on the third floor, Room #3314. The first walk will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 7, from 5:15 to 6 p.m. There is no charge to participate and the event is open to anyone 18 years old and older. Minors may participate when accompanied by a parent or guardian. To register, visit:

Onalaska's Beyond 18 Transition Program! 

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City of La Crosse Committee for Citizens with Disabilities 

Meets 4th Wednesday of every month at 9am - Click here for more information 

The Committee for Citizens with Disabilities will work to ensure that City facilities and resources are accessible to all and will strive to create a community that values and respects people of all abilities. The Committee will promote awareness, equity and inclusion by hosting listening sessions, producing educational materials on issues facing those with disabilities, fostering outreach and partnering with area nonprofits and institutions. The Committee will be comprised of up to (9) members, including one (1) Common Council Member and eight (8) citizen members appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Common Council.