Youth and Family Counseling

Crossroad Youth Program

Crossroad Youth Program provides free, short-term counseling to youth in crisis and their families who are at risk of running away. Additional services offered through this program include: emergency, short-term shelter, education, referral and the availability of a 24-hour helpline.

County Served: Washington and Waukesha
Population Served: Youth, ages 17 and under, and their families
Program Availability: Flexible. Call for more information or to make an appointment.
Referral Requirements: Self or professional referral
Fee: None

In Washington or Waukesha County Wisconsin, youth and families who need support are encouraged to call:

Crossroads Program ‐ (262) 338‐1661

Community Counseling Program

Community Counseling Program offers free group counseling services for school aged youth in Washington County with limited or no access to mental health services. Groups are facilitated by experienced LPC-IT providers and will focus on mental health treatment and helping youth cope with depression, anxiety, and/or grief. Groups will be facilitated with an open format so youth may join at any time. 

Youth and Family Project will partner with local schools to provide group counseling services during the school day. If you would like your school to host a group, please contact us.

The Community Counseling Program will also offer group counseling services at community locations in West Bend and Hartford during the afterschool hours. Email CCP@youthandfamilyproject.org to register. Please provide the youth's name, your contact information, and the group location you wish to attend in the email.

County Served: Washington
Population Served: Youth, ages 17 and under, with limited or no access to mental health services
Program Availability: Open group format, registration required
Referral Requirements: Self or professional referral
Fee: None