Since 2012 the City of Janesville has been the fiscal agent for JM4C’s federal and state grant funding sources, under the supervision of Bryan McCormick at the Hedberg Public Library. Beginning in April 2020, JM4C and HPL strengthened their relationship when JM4C moved its offices to the Library.
Our location may be different, but our mission and vision remain the same! We continue to work to create a safer, healthier environment for our youth.
Please continue to reach out to us at 608-741-2105, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always happy to hear from members of the community!
JM4C is pleased to release our 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Annual Report and Evaluation Infographic!
2019 Annual Report
2019 Evaluation Infographic
Can you escape the Red Ribbon Room?
Come out and test your skills on history of Red Ribbon Week, the effects of smoking, marijuana and alcohol use.
Once you crack the code there will be subs and water while you share your thoughts with others.
Please let us know if you plan to attend since there are sure to be lots of detectives out this night by claiming your FREE tickets HERE.
JM4C and United Way Blackhawk Region are partnering to prevent and reduce youth alcohol and substance use! A big thank you to UWBR for the generous grant of $50,000 from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2021 to address emerging trends and risk factors in our community!