Joining Forces for Families (JFF) is a partnership between multiple organizations to change the way services are delivered to children, youth, and families in Dane County to better meet their unique challenges and needs.
Partners for After School Success (PASS) is a multi-site Americorp program 'Getting Things Done' and providing assistance with youth development programming in Dane County, Wisconsin.
Early Childhood Initiative (ECI) is a voluntary home visiting program for pregnant women and families with young children offering access to responsive, comprehensive, community-based support.
The Neighborhood Intervention Program (NIP) offers innovative intervention services to boys and girls ages 10-17 who are delinquent or at risk for delinquency.
The Dane County Community Restorative Court (CRC) enlists restorative justice principles and practices. Restorative justice is a community-based form of justice that seeks to repair the harm caused by crime.
Safe and trustworthy resources designed for Dane County youth, related to health, immigration, wellness, safety, education, job readiness, career planning, after-school programs, and more.
Immigration Affairs is an office composed of Bilingual (Spanish/English) Bicultural Social Workers that support the immigrant and refugee community within Dane County. Through their mix of knowledge about immigration policies and regulations, the office offers case management services to meet long - term and immediate needs of clients.