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.