A Note from Kathy Schoff, President/CEO
Our hearts are hurting with our Black community and with all people of color as they yet again face ongoing acts of racism and social injustice designed to harm and further erode trust.
FSM is committed to holding ourselves and others accountable as we face the challenge to help drive real change. In doing so we’ll explore our own policies, procedures and actions and will look at how to support our employees, clients, and be better stewards of our community.
Systemic racism must end, we all must do our part. We stand against racism and injustice.
The mission and vision of the NAACP:
“The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to secure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.”
“The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.”
COVID-19 & Telehealth
If you're new to virtual visiting we will help you through the process. If you're unsure, we encourage you to try a couple of appointments.
FSM's COVID-19 Update
Due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, all face-to-face treatment services are suspended at Family Service Madison until further notice.
If you are an ongoing client your therapist will reach out to you to develop a plan to continue your treatment through telehealth sessions. If you need support, you can leave a message for your therapist at their regular extension. They will be checking their voice messages on a regular basis.
If you are a new EAP client, leave a message at 608-252-1320. We will return your call and schedule you for phone or telehealth sessions.
If you are a new client looking to start therapy at FSM, call 608-252-1320 and leave a message. We will return your call and put you on a waitlist so we can schedule you at a later date when we are again open for business.
Effective 3/20/20, FSM will be closed on Fridays until further notice.
Due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, treatment groups held at Family Service Madison will be suspended until at least the week of April 6th. If the cancellation is extended we will do our best to contact you through phone or email but in the event we are not able please check our Facebook page and website for updates.
If you need to talk with your therapist you can leave a message at their regular extension. We will notify referral sources of the group cancellations.
Anyone scheduled for individual sessions should contact their therapist for instructions on how to proceed.
FSM extends our sincerest hope that you and your family stay healthy and well during this uncertain time.
Cards for a Cause Campaign with Food Fight Restaurant Group
With BlackFriday & the holiday season upon us, please think about shopping local & purchasing a gift card from Food Fight Restaurant Group - there are a ton of great, local restaurants that you can use your gift cards at, and FSM has partnered with Cards for a Cause with Food Fight Restaurant Group so until 12/31/19, 10% of every gift card purchased will be donated to Family Service Madison.
• Purchase a gift card here: https://shop.foodfightinc.com/product/cards-for-a-cause/
Give back and cross a name off your holiday shopping list!
Garden Party Fundraiser - June 22nd, 2019
Join us at FSM's annual Garden Party Fundraiser! Consider donating, sponsoring, or attending to help our community!
We're starting another Prepare/Enrich Couples Workshop in February and March!
Contact Michelle (608-316-1180) for more information!
Attic Angel Holiday Galore & More Sale!
One of our fellow non-profits, Attic Angel Association, is having a holiday sale! Join them on Friday, November 9th (9am - 4pm) or Saturday, November 10th (9am - 2pm) for holiday decor, gifts, treats, treasures & a raffle!
FSM is going to have another Prepare/Enrich Couples Workshop this fall!
Contact Michelle (608-316-1180) for more information!
FSM's New Partnership with Community Starrs!
FSM is starting a new Couples Workshop!
Call Michelle (608-316-1180) for more information!
Join us at our June Garden Party Fundraiser!
FSM CEO in the News!
Dave Johnson, Family Service Madison's CEO, was interviewed by Madison's Channel 3000 News about our event & partnership with Festival Foods-Madison. FSM's segment starts at 23:30.
The event is still happening - You can still head to Festival Foods-Madison to help support families in our community until the evening of May 19th!
Sustaining Local Families Event: May 5th - May 19th
Attic Angel Association - Attic Sale!
One of our fellow non-profits, Attic Angel Association, is having an attic sale! Attic Angel Association has been helping people in our community since 1889 by helping children and seniors in Dane County. Check it out!
FSM is offering a new Couples Group! Read below or contact Michelle (608-316-1180) for more information.
FSM welcomes back Dave Johnson as our Interm CEO/President!
2017: Will your nonprofit survive? Will it thrive? Get answers to these questions: Nonprofits: Meeting Today’s Challenges, an 11 part series, March 14 through May 30, 2017. Featuring:
- Hands-on classes taught by experts in the subject
- Flexibility to choose units or sessions you select
- Option for different staff/ volunteers from your nonprofit agency to attend
- Plenty of give-and-take to address your interests
- Free, confidential one-on-one mentoring as follow up
Trauma Informed-Child Parent Psychotherapy (TI-CPP) is a family-based therapeutic program helping children who are experiencing emotional, behavioral, attachment, and/or mental health problems due to physical or psychological trauma.
Therapeutic sessions include the child and parent or primary caregiver. The treatment goal is to support and strengthen the relationship between a child who has experienced trauma, and his or her caregiver, and improving the child’s emotional, behavioral, social and cognitive functioning. The program serves children ages zero to five.
Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-C BT) is a treatment approach addressing the unique needs of children with PTSD symptoms, depression, behavior problems, and other difficulties related to traumatic life experiences. The program provides individual sessions for the child and for the parent or caregiver, as well as joint parent-child sessions. The program serves children ages six to seventeen.
To make a referral or for more information call (608) 316-1180.