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A non-profit 501(c)3, Center for Families is funded entirely by grants and public and private donations. Donations are tax deductible.


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Dane County United Way City of Madison
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Welcome To Center For Families!

We believe that every child deserves to be safe and loved.
Being a parent is one of the most difficult jobs in the world.

We’d like to become your resource for parenting information and support. We are here to help parents be the best possible parent they can be. We offer programs that enhance parenting skills, promote understanding of child development, and promote child safety. We provide information to help parents better meet the needs of their children. We use the best practices in the field of child abuse/neglect prevention and intervention. Within the wall of Centers for Families, a family can access: The Fun Zone Play & Learn, CORE, Neighborhood Parent Aide, Parent’s Place, Parents and Children Together, the Respite Center, Welcome Baby, and more.

Through these programs, we enhanced the lives of over 4,000 families last year alone. Many of our programs are time-tested, successfully helping families for over 25 years.

Call 608-241-5150 For More Information.

August 14th’s "Paint the Town Blue" was a

Wonderful Success

Thanks to everyone who made our August 14th event, Paint the Town Blue, a great success. Well over 100 people turned out for the first such event held here at our Center for Families offices on Fordem Avenue. Our guests seemed to appreciate the opportunity to tour our facilities, and more importantly, interact with the great staff and board volunteers who make our work possible.

It was a major team effort, also reflective of the willingness of Center for Families staff to pitch in and help, and their pride in the work we do here together.