Child Advocacy Center
The Fox Valley Child Advocacy Center provides a safe place for children who may have been neglected or abused. The goal of the center is to protect children from abuse and provide resources to help them heal.
Children's Health Education Center
Children's Health Education Center offers resources and programs for children, parents, teachers and caregivers to help keep kids and teens healthy and safe.
AwareAwareness to Action ness to Action is a program focused on preventing child sexual abuse by helping adults and communities take action to protect children through awareness, education, advocacy and action. The program is implemented locally through the Sexual Assault Crisis Center in Appleton, Wis.
Catalpa Health was formed to address the mental health needs of kids in our community. The three major health systems in our area – Affinity Health System, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and ThedaCare – joined together to provide a single center of excellence, which means you can expect to receive care from the best providers our community has to offer, using the latest treatments, all under one roof. The center is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between Affinity Health System, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and ThedaCare.
The Northeast Regional Center is part of a statewide network that is available to help answer questions about your child's special health care needs. For more information, visit the center's website or call (877) 568-5205.
The purpose of the Wisconsin Statewide Medical Home Inititive is to promote the "medical home" concept of care to primary care providers, families and service providers throughout Wisconsin. Medical home is a family-centered, team approach to primary health care. Training, technical assistance and resources will be provided to help implement medical home. Two focuses of this project will be early identification of children with special health care needs and coordination of care and services. For more information, contact Arianna Keil at email@example.com or (608) 630-9552.
Learn more about how Children's Hospital helps the community.