Clarence Johnson Begins as WCS Executive Director
Clarence Johnson became the WCS Executive Director on January 1, 2017.See Press Release!
More...Creating Opportunities to Overcome Adversity
"Community safety has increased as youth previously involved in gangs have embraced training and new jobs, many clients with severe and persistent mental illness have maintained independent living while receiving intensive treatment services, and many conflicts have been resolved through mediation and conflit resolution activities."
View 2015 Annual Report (PDF)
Creating Opportunities to Overcome Adversity
"WCS has finished another year of delivering services to some of society's most vulnerable individuals, providing opportunities for them to overcome adversity."
View 2014 Annual Report (PDF)
Making a Difference
"After more than a century, WCS continues to make a real difference in individual lives and our surrounding communities."
View 2013 Annual Report (PDF)
Innovative Opportunities to Overcome Adversity
"WCS programs hold individuals accountable and offer the means through which individuals can choosed to make positive changes in their lives."
View 2012 Annual Report (PDF)
Celebrating 100 Years
"And now as we step into our second century of service to those facing adversity, we do so with excitement because we know what a difference our services can make."
View 2011 WCS Annual Report (PDF)
Proudly Serving the Community with Justice, Respect, Integrity and the Pursuit of Excellence
"Our 99th year of operation was one filled with program growth, new initiatives and the founding of a charter school. WCS is grateful to our funders and donors for their support which makes it possible to continually expand the impact of our mission."
View 2010 WCS Annual Report (PDF)
"Each year WCS chooses a few of its many programs to feature in our annual report to give our funders, supporters and friends a taste of the work we do and a glimpse of the impact that WCS has on individual lives. In the 2009 Annual Report we have chosen to feature the five WCS Program Divisions: Behavioral Health Services, Court Services and Community Alternatives, Policy and Workforce Development, Residential Re-entry, Services, and Youth Services."
View 2009 WCS Annual Report (PDF)
Serving the Community
"WCS exists to serve the community – to help individuals who are working to change their lives and to provide programs that enhance community safety for everyone. We are pleased to highlight in this annual report just a few of the many ways that WCS serves the community."
View 2008 WCS Annual Report (PDF)