The Grant County Child and Youth Council is a local effort established in 1993 to form stronger connections between family, school and community so that all children and families can live productive lives. The Grant County Child and Youth Council serves children (ages 0 - 18 years) and their families who reside and/or attend the school districts of Ashby, Herman-Norcross or West Central Area located in Grant County.
In addition to being a Family Services Collaborative, the Grant County Child and Youth Council provides an umbrella for other child and youth serving work teams: an Early Childhood Initiative; a Child Abuse Prevention Council; a Local Coordinating Council; and a Community Transition Interagency Committee.
The partners of the
Grant County Child and Youth Council are committed to working together
to ensure that every child reaches their potential and:
Experiences basic economic security
Lives in a safe, nurturing environment
Learns to the utmost of his/her ability
Realizes his/her potential for physical and mental health
The Grant County Child and Youth Council’s Work Teams provide
opportunities for people working with and for families to communicate
with each other to plan and put into practice a broad service delivery
system that meets the needs of children, teens, and families.