Programs & Services - Brown County
Early Childhood Development
Early Head Start: Provides home visitation and socialization opportunities for low-income families with children, ages birth to 3, in Brown County. Services are designed optimize the child's development and help parents meet the challenges of parenting.
Families First: Works with Brown County Human Services to provide prevention and intervention services in an effort to reunite and preserve families.
Healthy Families: A voluntary, home visitation program offering intensive support to at-risk families and their children from birth to age 5, with primary goals of improving family functioning, promoting positive parenting skills, and improving childhood outcomes.
Post-Adoption Resource Center: Provides support, education/resources, and information/referral services to individuals and families whose lives have been impacted by adoption. Birth parents, adoptees, adoptive parents, and adoption professionals are all welcome to access PARC services.
The Counseling Clinic: Provides comprehensive counseling services for individuals of any age, families, and/or groups on a variety of relationship and mental health issues.
Children's Therapy: Provides outpatient counseling services with therapists trained specifically in children's issues.
Sexual Abuse Treatment: Provides outpatient counseling services to sexual abuse victims and their families to move forward in the healing process.
Our Place: An 18-bed Community-Based Residential Facility for adults who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness and are unable to care for themselves.
Student Assistance Program: Provides limited-term, in-school staff to meet the needs of students and their families as well as school staff and administrators.
Women's Recovery Journey: An Intensive Outpatient Program for women who are in need of treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse and/or other mental health issues.
At-Risk Youth Programs
Coming Home Project: An after-school and summer program that targets minority and at-risk youth to provide educational support and recreational activities.
Day Treatment: Provides intensive counseling services to youth who are exhibiting severe behavioral or emotional problems.
Ethan House Group Home: Provides a temporary living arrangement for boys, ages 12-17, who are court-ordered into placement or referred from the county or state due to behavioral, emotional or legal issues. Located in east Green Bay.
Family Resource Service Team (FRST): Addresses the needs of youth who demonstrate significant personal or family issues with a goal of preventing out-of-home placement and improving family function.
Residential Treatment: Provides intensive counseling and case management services to youth who are unable to remain in their homes or other community-based settings due to extreme behavioral problems. Located in Ashwaubenon.
Transitional Living Program: Works with homeless individuals to teach the skills necessary to become self-sufficient and live independently.
Crisis Center: Provides short-term crisis counseling in person or over the phone for people of any age, 24 hours a day and free of charge.
Open Door Youth Services: Provides free, 24-hour counseling and intervention services for all youth in crisis, including runaway issues, suicide prevention, and more.
Sexual Assault Center: Provides free, confidential advocacy and support services to sexual assault victims and their families, 24 hours a day. Also focuses on community awareness, education and prevention.
Willow Tree Cornerstone Child Advocacy Center: Provides counseling, treatment, and support services to children who are suspected victims of abuse or neglect.
Pathways to Employment: A WIOA program that provides Brown County youth, ages 14-24, with intensive case management services focused on setting and attaining both educational and employment goals.
Steps to Success: A voluntary program designed to assist inmates and parolees of the Taycheedah Correctional Institution in making a successful transition to life outside of prison.
Windows to Work: A voluntary program designed to assist inmates and parolees of the Oshkosh Correctional Institution in making a successful transition to life outside of prison.
Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program: A re-employment and job skills training program designed to assist dislocated workers, other adults and youth in Brown County to enter into high-demand occupations and gain livable wages within their geographical areas.
Call Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin at 800-998-9609 for additional information on any of these programs.