Wisconsin Cares is an interdisciplinary organization of professionals representing law, medicine, education, social work, business, ecology, public health, administration and other fields. Its members are retired persons with an interest in promoting public policies that enhance the well-being of childrearing families.
The Wisconsin Children’s Trust Fund is a state agency whose mission is to advocate, support and sustain a statewide culture that encourages family and community life in which children will develop and flourish in safe environments free from all forms of abuse and neglect.
The Wisconsin Council on Children and Families is an advocacy organization whose mission is to ensure that every child in Wisconsin grows up in a just and nurturing family and community.
The Future of Children is a journal that seeks to promote effective policies and programs for children by providing policymakers, service providers and the media with timely, objective information based on the best available research.
The Center on the Developing Child is an interdisciplinary center devoted to the application of the neurosciences to public policy. It was founded on the belief that the vitality and sustainability of any society depend on the extent to which it equalizes opportunities early in life for all children to achieve their full potential and engage in responsible and productive citizenship.
The Center for Law and Social Policy is a national advocacy organization devoted to advancing the economic security, educational and workforce prospects and family stability of low-income persons.
Addiction Resource raises awareness of the dangers of addiction and helps university students stay drug-free.
Health Finder promotes better health on university campuses.
Drug and alcohol abuse treatment in Madison, Wisconsin.
Recall Report is an online resource with information on mental health.
Addiction Guide is a reliable resource on addiction and the dangers of illicit substances. It covers how drugs and alcohol affect the body, how to identify the signs and symptoms of abuse and where to seek effective treatment.
The Recovery Village strives to increase understanding and awareness of addiction. To assist individuals and their families, it has a local resources section which allows visitors to find support services in their area. Resources include locations of local Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery meetings, as well as phone numbers for The Recovery Village, alcohol abuse, drug abuse and other national hotlines.