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At the 2012 MANDI Awards, WCS was featured in this interesting video profile.WCS Video on YouTube
WCS Featured on WUWM!
Check out this interview with Holly Patzer and Clarence Johnson.Listen now!
WCS is featured in NHTSA PUBLICATION!
Our SCRAM Program is featured in a national research study.Take a look at the publication!
WCS BEGINS EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES (EBP) COMMITTEE
WCS is committed to implementing Evidence- Based Practices (EBP) in all programming.Learn More!
View the WCS "Celebrating 100 Years" Report!
The report looks at WCS' service to the community over the last century and today.Click here to view!
WCS has consistently strengthened Milwaukee neighborhoods by giving the community’s most disenfranchised residents the tools they need to be healthy, law-abiding, productive citizens.
Since 1912, thousands of individuals across the state of Wisconsin have taken part in WCS programs or projects. Although these individuals are different in many ways, they share something in common: ALL HAVE EXPERIENCED SIGNIFICANT ADVERSITY.
Through research-based and time-tested programs, WCS provides opportunities for individuals to overcome their adversity whenever possible.
WCS’ services focus on prevention/intervention for adults and youth who are at-risk of becoming involved in the criminal justice system, and successful community/family reintegration for those who have already been involved in the system.