Madison Youth and Family Services is an agency established in 1983, by the Town of Madison. It is charged with the development and delivery of a range of services for the young people of Madison and their families.
The agency exists to foster the healthy development of the children of Madison and their families through progressive programs that offer prevention, community coordination and treatment services.
Any student in 7th-12th grade interested in becoming more connected and involved in their community through service should participate in Madison Youth and Family’s Community Service Program this summer!
There will be a mandatory training session on June 21st, 2017 12:30 pm-2:30 pm at Memorial Town Hall, Upper Level. This training will prepare kids for the different types of services we will be providing throughout the summer. Once the training is complete students will have the option to volunteer for various community activities. While no set amount of hours are required from participants, we do ask that each student try to complete at least 5 hours of community service while in the program.
If you are interested in signing up for the Community Service Program, email Derek Cornwell at email@example.com or call at (203)245-5656.
The Safe Rides Program has currently suspended its operations until further notice, there will be no weekend shifts.
Your community and your state have been very busy trying to bring more
essential services to our citizens in need. Please feel free to contact
either Heather Castrilli or Wendy Larson
for details on the many other state and local assistance programs not
listed. Including food stamps, health insurance, Medicare, Medicare
Part D, if you or someone you know is in need please give us a call we
are here to help.