Community Care Programs has played an integral role in achieving positive case outcomes for children and families involved in the child welfare system. The professionals of Community Care Programs are responsive, insightful, flexible, and leaders in applying trauma-informed concepts into treatment plan goals and evaluation results. Their passion for the work that they do and the experience they bring to the table quickly and positively engages even the most apprehensive consumers. When my clients are receiving a service through Community Care Programs, I always feel confident that they are in the best hands possible.
Brittany Krumbeck, MSW, APSW Child Protective Services Ongoing Case Manager, Jefferson County Human Services
Overall, a great workshop! I feel it was an excellent training for educators. I will be trying Thinking Out Loud and the Mindfulness apps.
Elementary School Principal
I love the mindfulness strategies and the ways to encourage teachers to engage students in a dialogue of emotional problem solving.
Middle School Counselor
You gave us so many good strategies I don’t know which one to try first.
Fabulous job! I plan to use the thermometer before and after mindfulness exercises in my classroom.
Community Care Programs (CCP) provides an excellent array of outpatient therapeutic services to youth and families. CCP has been outstanding with collaboration and their ability to tailor a specific treatment plan for the families that they serve.
Ryan Trautsch CYF Ongoing/Diversion Services Program Manager Rock County Human Services Department
As a social worker for Kenosha County I have worked with Community Care Resources (CCR) for several years. I have found them to provide quality services and I appreciate their efforts in meeting the diverse needs of the youth we place in their care. Through the outpatient services that Community Care Programs provides we have been able to obtain very thorough and timely assessments which assists greatly in treatment planning. Community Care Resources and Community Care Programs have been a valuable resource for Kenosha County and the services that they provide have assisted in getting youth the mental health treatment needed so that they return to their home and our community having developed the skills necessary to be successful.
Julie King, Social Worker Kenosha County DCFS
Having the (Community Care Resources/Community Care Programs) STOP program here each week has been a great resource. The knowledge and skill of the therapist is remarkable, and the service has allowed many families to stay together while ensuring everyone’s safety.
Jessie Godek, MS Juvenile Justice Supervisor Jefferson County Human Services Dept.
I just wanted to let you know that Donna’s [TIES] presentation this morning was fabulous! The participants loved it.
Sarah Smith, Personal and Professional Development Program Manager Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement - UW Oshkosh