Chris Schoen, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Kris Kutschera -- Lead Supervisor
  • 220 Washington Avenue Oshkosh, WI 54903
  • info@psgcip.com

Services Provided

Brittney Tovar -- Supervisor
Winnebago Aftercare Comprehensive Services is a multi-faceted initiative that serves at-risk youth and their families. Professional Services Group employees work closely with Winnebago County employees to assess the various needs of the client. Flexible and creative programming is then provided to the youth (and family, if needed) based on the specific needs of the client. Direct service contacts include family support, counseling, home and school checks, goal driven mentoring as well as a variety of groups. On-going groups include Girls Circle, Gang Diversion and Anger/Emotional Management.
Kris Kutschera -- Lead Supervisor
This program assists the Behavioral Health and Child Welfare Divisions of Winnebago County to respond to youth and family crisis situations in the community. This program also provides follow up services as well as referrals to community based services when appropriate.
Kris Kutschera -- Lead Supervisor
This program works with families referred from the Winnebago County Human Services Department to maintain safety in homes where children are at-risk for removal. This program addresses a wide range of concerns including safety, parenting, household management, nutrition, safe and stable housing, service acquisition, education, employment, medical, mental health and substance abuse issues. Emphasis is placed on helping families develop formal and informal systems of support and resources.
Kris Kutschera -- Lead Supervisor
This program provides in-home services to parents and families, and addresses such topics as parenting skills, behavior modification techniques, anger and stress management, basic life skills, and family budgeting skills.
Brittney Tovar -- Supervisor
Supervised Visitation is responsible for providing supervision between children who are in temporary foster care placement and their families. Workers arrange and supervise visits, observe interactions, and when necessary, transport children to and from visits. Information from these visits is documented and reported to Winnebago County.