Community Partners

Dane County Family Resource Center

Family Support & Resource Center — The mission of Family Support & Resource Center is to make it possible for children and youth with disabilities in Dane County to live at home with their families as valued and participating members of the community.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a program for individuals of all ages who need ongoing services for a mental illness, substance use disorder, or a dual diagnosis beyond occasional outpatient care, but less than the intensive care provided in an inpatient setting.

Family Service Madison

Family Service Madison– A community-based non-profit serving and celebrating families since 1910. Family Service Madison’s Mission: Providing human services to instill hope and promote wellness in our community.

RISE– RISE emerged in April 2017 from a merger between Community Partnerships, Inc. and Center for Families, two Dane County non-profits focused on community-based, strengths-driven services to children, families, and young adults. Together the organizations have more than 60 years of experience providing services in our community and serve more than 6,800 individuals (including children and families) annually.

Waisman Center

Waisman Center– Dedicated to advancing knowledge about human development, developmental disabilities, and neurodegenerative diseases

Reach Dane

Reach Dane provides high-quality early childhood services to over 1,000 children ages 0-5 in Dane County through center based and home visitation programs. Our mission is to change the lives of underserved children and families through education and supportive services.

SWCAP — SWCAP Head Start, in collaboration with community service agencies, provides expectant parents and families with children ages birth through five, opportunities for child development education, health and nutrition services, parent and program partnerships, and family support, resource and referral.

Madison Children’s Museum strives to be a welcoming, imaginative, joyful learning environment that supports families in nurturing children’s creativity and curiosity. We foster the healthy development of all children so that they will fulfill their potential and become engaged community members and global citizens.

 

Cambridge Book Review is a Wisconsin publishing company. CBR Press specializes in books and materials designed to support people on the autism spectrum.