Core Member Directory
SFTA maintains a directory of its core membership: Family Resource Centers and Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies. Our membership directory contains background and contact information for these agencies. Each delivers high quality services and resources including provider services, family services, program management, data management, and community outreach and collaboration. These services help to provide positive outcomes for children, their families, and child care providers. By acting in conjunction with the efforts of our members, SFTA continues to help build a streamlined system of statewide support for children and their caregivers. Please use our directory to connect with Family Resource Centers and the parent educators and home visitors they employ, as well as Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies and their referral specialists.
What Works in Family Support Blog
SFTA recognizes the enormous amount of work that family support professionals undertake. They face difficult situations involving children and families on a daily basis and work to resolve them as best they can, often operating within the constraints of limited time, funding, and resources. While SFTA continues to find and implement stronger means of support for FRCs in Wisconsin, we believe it is important that family support professionals have a place where their voices can be heard now. The WhatWorks blog is a place for those in the field of family support to network and to heighten awareness about their individual efforts by sharing stories from the field, data and materials, relevant information, and ideas. Not only is this blog a way for Family Resource Centers to promote efforts in their area, it offers a venue for individuals working in family support to communicate and build connections that can strengthen family support services throughout Wisconsin.
In an effort to further the reach of stories that are shared by Family Resource Centers, SFTA will choose the most salient stories to post here, on our site. We will pull stories from the WhatWorks blog or take submissions through our story form, which can be e-mailed, faxed, or mailed to SFTA through the contact information listed on the form.