Madison Clinic – child and family therapy
Our Madison Clinic provides individual and family therapy to children and adolescents struggling with social, emotional and/or behavioral concerns. Our experts work with children and teens, as well as the caregivers, family members and other people important to them. Call (414) 266-3339 or contact us online to request an appointment.
Because we all want our children to thrive, the Children’s Wisconsin Madison Office offers a variety of programs to help support parents and caregivers. Many of these programs are offered in partnership with local agencies and organizations and are available in both English and Spanish. The Children’s Wisconsin Madison office offers the following:
KinderReady is a free and voluntary home visiting program that supports parents in their child’s development from birth to age 5. We can support you in:
- Learning strategies for supporting your child’s physical, emotional and social development
- Performing developmental screenings and assessments when necessary
- Finding ways for you to keep yourselves and your children healthy
- Connecting your family to valuable and helpful community resources
Education and Employment Specialist Program supports parents in reaching their education and employment goals. We can support you in:
- Looking for and applying for jobs
- Getting to job interviews
- Practicing for job interviews
- Creating a resumé
- Getting your driver’s license
- Signing up for benefits
- Getting your GED/HSED
- Signing up for classes, trainings, connections to colleges and technical schools
- Setting and reaching your short-term and long-term education and employment goals.
Cafés are weekly get togethers that offer a safe space for parents to talk and listen on topics that matter to them like:
- The joys and challenges of parenting
- Reducing stress and enhancing personal well being
- Exploring and learning new strategies to strengthen your family.
Special Needs Adoption services help connect children who have been separated from their biological families, and who may have experienced abuse or neglect, with families who can provide the support and stability these children need. Children’s Wisconsin also provides treatment foster care and respite care for foster parents when needed. Learn more.