Groups for Middle & High School Girls

Both Middle School and High School can be hard. We understand and want to help young women understand that they are not alone. We’ll focus on self-identity, anxiety, depression, self-esteem and more. High School Girls – Group will meet on Thursdays (October 14 –...

October is Bullying Prevention Month

Here are a few tips to help prevent and/or stop bullying: Talk – Talk to your children about what bullying is and how to stand up to it safely. Listen – Check-in with kids. Know their friends and ask about school, interests and concerns. Encourage – Encourage kids to...

We can All Help Prevent Suicide

September is Suicide Prevention Month - Suicide can affect every one of us. Each and every suicide is devastating and can have a profound impact on those left behind. However, by raising awareness, reducing the stigma around suicide, and encouraging well-informed...

Celebrating 30 Years of Volunteering!

This year marks 30 years that Pam Stark has been volunteering at OFS! She recently received the Pillars of the Community Award from the Mequon Community Foundation for her many volunteer efforts and commitment to the community. We are fortunate to have been the...

Mad Science Slime Workshop – August 19, 1:30-3:00 pm

This a FREE event for kids ages 5-12. Create slime using the Mad Science recipe and then enter your creation in the Slime Olympics! You’ll also get to take home your own concoction of slime! Click here for more details. Space is limited for this fun, educational...

OFS Board Members Receive Awards

Congratulations to April Calvert and Jeff Nelson! Both recently received an award from The Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce. April was named the 2021 Outstanding Businessperson and Jeff was named the 2021 Outstanding Community Partner. April is the co-owner of Scrubs...

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

The pandemic has impacted the mental health of many people. Therefore, it has become even more important to reduce the stigma around mental health struggles that can prevent individuals from seeking help. Ozaukee Family Services offers affordable counseling (in our...

April is National Volunteer Month

We love and appreciate our volunteers! We couldn't do what we do without them. They make it possible for us to assist our clients even during this challenging time when the need for our programs (especially counseling and senior services) continues to increase. Our...

In-Person Let’s Play to Learn

We are excited to announce our IN-Person sessions. We will meet OUTSIDE (weather permitting). If the weather does not cooperate, we will meet indoors (we will be socially distanced, and adults will be required to wear masks). Join us for FREE, fun, 45 minute sessions...

RAINBOWS Program Begins January 26

Program will be held virtually (via Zoom). RAINBOWS is a free program for children and adolescents (K-12) who are dealing with major family changes such as divorce or death. Groups will meet every other Tuesday evening (Jan 26 – June 1). RAINBOWS helps participants...