Wisconsin Promise services are managed by 17 Promise DVR Counselors and 5 Case Coordinators. The following table outlines the Wisconsin Promise youth and family services. If you have questions about how to access any of these services, contact your DVR counselor: Wisconsin Promise DVR Contacts List or download the Wisconsin Promise DVR Contacts List.

Youth Individual Plan for Employment (IPE) & Family Services Plan

Local Services

  • Rapid Engagement
  • Good Working Alliance
  • At Least Monthly Contact
  • Resource Team
  • Paid Integrated Work Experiences
  • Educational Attainment
  • Participation in Savings Account Activity
  • Health Literacy Training
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Additional Services Just some of the options...

  • Drop Out Prevention
  • Family Career Supports (e.g. GED completion)
  • Skill Development
  • Literacy Training
  • Educational Liaisons to connect family members to a wide array of supports (e.g. financial aid, child care, transportation)
  • Connecting Families to Adult Training through Job Centers
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Trauma Informed Care
  • Transportation
  • Independent Living
  • Accommodation Supports
  • Technology Supports
  • Business Service Consultants
  • Family Members with Disabilities become DVR Consumers
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Wisconsin Promise Service Outcomes

  • Lifelong wage earners
  • Less reliance on public benefits
  • Increased household income, including family members
  • Higher educational attainment for youth and family