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Resources for providers and families

American Academy of Pediatrics

The American Academy of Pediatrics provides pediatric clinical support, national conferences, research findings, quality improvement opportunities, and advocacy through local, state and federal channels.

Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin

The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin supports individuals with autism spectrum disorders, families, and professionals by sharing information, providing networking opportunities, supporting research, and promoting awareness through training and education.

Care 4 Kids

The Care4Kids program creates a "medical home" team for children in foster care, assuring that children receive individualized treatment plans in order to address their specific health care needs, including trauma related care.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin includes mental health resources, psychiatry and behavioral medicine programs, treatments and services, locations, and specialists.

Family Voices of Wisconsin

Family Voices of Wisconsin focuses its work on health care and community supports in three areas: education and information, including trainings, fact sheets and newsletters, family leadership activities, including our advocacy for change, and public policy and systems change.

IMPACT 2-1-1

IMPACT 2-1-1 serves Southeastern Wisconsin with community resources that help restore the health and productivity of individuals, organizations and workplaces leading to an improved quality of life for our entire community. Browse by service category or search by agency or program name in their database to find resources in your community. You can also call for resources in the Milwaukee area by dialing 2-1-1. 

Integrated Care for Kids - The Pediatric Integrated Care Resource Center (PIC-RC)

The Pediatric Integrated Care Resource Center (PIC-RC) is designed to promote the integration of medical and behavioral/mental health services for children, adolescents, and their families by providing ready access to needed resources to interested professionals in different disciplines who are working in a variety of settings. 

Mental Health America of Wisconsin

Mental Health America of Wisconsin provides advocacy, education, and service to improve mental health, and maintains a county-by-county database of resources.

Milwaukee Community Resource Guide

A parent’s guide to community resources in Milwaukee created by the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Homeless Education Program.

Parent to Parent of Wisconsin

Parent to Parent of Wisconsin provides parent support to parents of children with special needs through a one-to-one connection with another parent who has similar experiences and who knows firsthand about the feelings and realities that come with having a child with special needs.

Pathways to Positive Futures

Pathways to Positive Futures aims to improve the lives of youth and young adults with mental health conditions through research and effective training. Their work is guided by the perspectives of young people and their families, and based in a positive development framework.

The Wisconsin Statewide Medical Home Initiative

The Wisconsin Statewide Medical Home Initiative provides information and trainings for developmental screening, behavioral health integration, family partnership, care coordination, and youth health transition.

Regional Centers for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN)

Regional Centers for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs in Wisconsin has five Regional Centers dedicated to supporting families with children and youth with special health care needs and the providers who serve them. The Centers are staffed by specialists who can help get answers, find services, and connect families to community resources. Their services are free and private.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.

Triple P ®: Positive Parenting Program

Triple P ®: Positive Parenting Program is one of the most effective evidence-based parenting programs in the world, backed up by more than 30 years of ongoing research.

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin supports the Triple P ®– Positive Parenting Program as it is now accessible throughout Milwaukee County and surrounding counties to offer parents practical advice; through small group discussions, in large seminars, and one-on-one advice. Some parenting topics include: The power of positive parenting; Raising confident, competent children; Raising resilient children; Hassle free shopping with children; Managing fighting and aggression; Developing good bedtime routines; and Dealing with disobedience. Programs are targeted for parents with children ages 0-12.

For more information, please contact Kristen Harris via phone 414-292-4204 or email at triplep@chw.org.

Wisconsin First Step

Wisconsin First Step provides public health information and referral services for women, children, and families through an online mental health resource directory.

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Interested in learning more?

If you're interested in learning more or want to become an enrolled provider, please contact your region's Clinical Program Coordinator.

  • Jonathan Blake (Northern Region):        (715) 843-1950 or JBlake@mcw.edu
  • Sara Herr (Southeastern and Milwaukee Region): (414) 266-2916 or SHerr@mcw.edu

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Testimonial

 “In circumstances where a family is doubtful of recommendations or is wanting more information regarding a mental health problem, seeking the opinion of a psychiatrist through the CPCP can serve as a second opinion.  The suggestions the CPCP providers offer can serve to both improve the plan for the patient and create more "buy-in" from the family regarding the plan”.