At-Risk Youth Programs

Family Services' At-Risk Youth programs work with youth of all ages who are exhibiting behavioral and/or emotional problems of varying degrees. All programs work with the youth and their families to help set and obtain goals and get them back on track for a successful future.

 

  • Coming Home Project: An after-school and summer program that targets minority and at-risk youth to provide educational support and recreational activities. (Greater Green Bay)

  • Day Treatment: Provides intensive counseling services to youth who are exhibiting severe behavioral or emotional problems. (Greater Green Bay, Door County)

  • 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. (State of Wisconsin)

  • 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. (Greater Green Bay, Outagamie County)

  • Open Door Youth Services: Provides free, 24-hour counseling and intervention services for all youth in crisis, including runaway issues, suicide prevention, and more. (Brown County)

  • 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. (State of Wisconsin)

  • Silvercrest Group Home: A group home for teenage boys that works in conjunction with Winnebago County Human Services. Services are designed to stabilize delinquent behaviors and improve family relationships. (Winnebago County)

 

Call Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin at 800-998-9609 for additional information on any of these programs.

 

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