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Individuals who participate in WCS programs come from different walks of life but have one thing in common – they ALL have experienced some kind of significant adversity.

Most have been involved, or are at risk of becoming involved, in the criminal justice system. Some have been expelled from school. Some have been in prison. Others live with mental illness, addictions, or both. These serious challenges may seem insurmountable, but WCS programs help individuals FIND and STAY ON a path to their own personal success.

At WCS, experienced and dedicated staff members use nationally recognized best practices, research-based strategies, and proven curriculums, to ensure that participants can:

find freedom from addiction

Addiction can affect anyone, no matter their age, race, or socioeconomic status. A variety of WCS programs work with individuals on their journey to recovery.

Unlimited Potential

  • Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Treatment Services

WCS Recovery Services

  • Central Intake Unit
  • Recovery Support Coordination Unit

Electronic Monitoring Unit

Milwaukee Youth Services

Drug Testing and Reporting Services

be accountable for their actions

For many individuals, taking responsibility for past offenses and being held accountable for their actions are key parts of changing their behavior and the preventing future offenses. Through monitoring, testing and/or intensive case management, several WCS programs help individuals move beyond their past situations and on to healthier, more productive lives.

Intoxicated Driver Intervention Programs

  • Kenosha
  • Sheboygan
  • Waukesha

Electronic Monitoring Unit

Waukesha Adult Community Service Options

Waukesha Alcohol Treatment Court

Waukesha Drug Treatment Court

Waukesha Home Detention

Waukesha Intensive Tracking & Aftercare

Waukesha Jail Screening

Waukesha Day Report Center

Waukesha Pretrial Supervision Program

Drug Testing and Reporting Services


realize economic independence

Finding a job these days is difficult, but for those with a troubled or criminal past, finding employment is especially challenging. For these individuals, WCS programs provide job training, job placement, driver’s license recovery and other targeted services that help remove barriers to employment and increase each participant’s skills and earning potential.

Waukesha Re-entry Employment Services

Center for Driver’s License Recovery & Employability (CDLRE)

Employment & Training Services



move beyond a criminal past

Those returning to their families and communities after incarceration face tremendous social, emotional and economic challenges. WCS programs work with men and women during this transitional time to make sure they have the tools and critical support they need to leave their past behind and move on to healthy, crime-free lives.

Forensic Services

  • Conditional Release Program
  • Opening Avenues to Re-entry Success (OARS)
  • Outpatient Competency Restoration Program (OCRP)

Parsons House

Joshua Glover House


achieve success despite adversity

Adversity is the common thread for all who participate in WCS programs. Just learning to live with the adversity is trtue success for many participants. For others, success means overcoming the adversity and finding a whole new way of life.

Forensic Services

  • Conditional Release Program
  • Opening Avenues to Re-entry Success (OARS)
  • Outpatient Competency Restoration Program (OCRP)

Mental Health Outpatient Clinic

  • Community Support Program (CSP)
  • Intensive Targeted Case Management Program (ITCM)

Project Excel

Unlimited Potential

  • Mental Health Treatment

become positive members of the community

Often, the trajectory for those involved, or at risk of becoming involved, in the criminal justice system, is a downward spiral. Several WCS programs are dedicated to keeping these individuals away from negative influences and guiding them on a path to becoming positive, contributing members of the community.

Intensive Targeted Case Management Program (ITCM)

Mediation & Restorative Justice Center

  • Agree to Succeed-Truancy Mediation
  • Teen Court
  • Victim Offender Conferencing - Youth & Adults
  • Youth Accountability Panel