The Center for Self-Sufficiency is a founding member of the Milwaukee Reentry Network, which is setting the standard for change in reentry by building the bridge from correctional institutions to the community. Learn about the benefits of hiring a former offender by clicking on the following link: http://youtu.be/yWgdSfsP-ak. Join us in stepping over the labels that limit individuals and instead afford them the opportunity to not only reclaim their lives but unlock their future.
The 1st Annual Employer Summit was held on Wednesday, November 7th at the American Serb Hall. It was hosted by the Milwaukee Reentry Network (MRN) – consisting of partners within governmental agencies and local nonprofits, including the Center for Self-Sufficiency. The Summit was both informative and inspirational and included 28 business owners and human resources representatives from across Milwaukee County. The MRN’s goal was to provide the business community with a sound understanding of the benefits, both to their respective companies and the community, of hiring former offenders. Please click on the link to learn more
Keep you up to date on ways CFSS continues to
promote a positive difference.
Trauma Informed Brief Therapeutic Counseling Services RFP; Proposals Due 3/21/2014 READ MORE >
CFSS Program Staff move to new downtown location READ MORE >
CFSS’ Community Resource Coordinator, Becky Redmond-Walker, discusses the impact of father-absent homes and reentry fears of former offenders on 89.7 FM, WUWM Milwaukee Public radio. The interview aired on November 13, 2013. LISTEN >
CFSS receives new federal funding to assist former female offenders READ MORE >
CFSS' President and CEO, Angela Turner, discusses the importance of building healthy relationships among teens in order to plan for a better future on 88.9, Radio Milwaukee. LISTEN >
CFSS' Manager of Communications and Planning, Lauren Bridgeman, discussed the purpose and objectives of the Center's Project 180 Adult Mentoring Program on Kiss FM Radio, Milwaukee. The interview aired on April 29th, 2012.
TMJ 4's Morning Blend features CFSS' Adult Mentoring Program: Project 180. Please click on the following link to view the interview and obtain more information on how to become a mentor. READ MORE >
CFSS and 30 other local children's charities receive a portion of $1 million donated through Potawatomi Bingo Casino's Miracle On Canal Street READ MORE >
CFSS receives renewed federal funding for its successful “Vow to Succeed” healthy marriage
and relationship program. READ MORE >
New CFSS grant from U.S. Dept. of Justice aids offenders making the transition back into the workplace, family life. READ MORE >
Medical College of Wisconsin awards Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP)
grant to CFSS. READ MORE >
Milwaukee County partners with CFSS on new Milwaukee Fatherhood Project. READ MORE >
CFSS selected by United Way of Greater Milwaukee to provide teen pregnancy prevention for youth in the inner city of Milwaukee through its Healthy Girls Initiative. READ MORE >
Miracle on Canal Street Program recently announced CFSS as a winning charity for the 2011-2012 program year. READ MORE >
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