The Outagamie County Mentoring Program is a one on one mentoring program connecting youth ages 6-17 with adult mentors in their community. The program is unique in that all of the youth are involved with Outagamie County Health and Human Services in the Child Welfare or Juvenile Justice System. Unlike other mentoring programs, youth are identified and referred to the program by County Social Workers. Our goal is to obtain adult mentors who will inspire and empower youth to succeed and prevent future involvement with "the system".
Volunteer Services coordinates many long term and short term volunteer opportunities which serve as key support to enriching the lives of Health & Human Services clients.
The purpose of the Nutrition Program is to reduce hunger and food insecurity, promote socialization and the health and well-being of persons aged 60 or older by providing assistance in gaining access to nutrition, disease prevention and health promotion services to delay the onset of adverse health conditions resulting from poor nutritional health or sedentary behavior. The Nutrition Program provides Congregate and Home Delivered Meal Service along with nutrition education, screening and counseling in accordance with the federal Older Americans Act.