Self-Sufficiency Programs

Family Services' Self-Sufficiency Programs provide individuals and families with the help they need to get back on their feet and learn the skills necessary to make healthy lifestyle choices, find employment, maintain a home, and live independently.

 

  • Day Report Center: Serves as an alternative to incarceration for non-violent adult offenders with services including assessment, case management, day reporting and monitoring, and skill building. (Outagamie County)

  • 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. (Brown County)

  • Housing Services: Provides services to individuals and families so that they can quickly and successfully enter housing. Works with homeless youth and young adults to teach the skills necessary to become self-sufficient and live independently. (Brown County)

  • Windows to Work: A voluntary program designed to assist inmates and parolees of the Oshkosh, Taycheedah and Kettle Moraine Correctional Institutions in making a successful transition to life outside of prison. (Brown County, Manitowoc County, Sheboygan County, Oconto County, Kewaunee County, Door County)

 

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

 

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