This program serves youth referred from Outagamie County’s Comprehensive Community Services Program. Youth Specialists meet one-on-one with youth struggling in various aspects of their life. Staff use goal-oriented interventions to support the youths’ care plan, and at times support the parents in enhancing the parent-child relationship. Interventions may include social skills, emotional regulation, anger management, independent living skills, and behavior management.
This program works with families referred from the Outagamie County Department of Health and Human Services to maintain safety in homes where children are at-risk for removal or in the process of reunification. This program addresses a wide range of concerns including safety, enhancing the parent-child relationship, 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.