We have Insight.

Deep understanding.
Where knowledge and experience come together.
Where really “seeing” each person discerns all truths.
Making new connections, leading to fresh ideas and responses that really make a difference.
Knowing that each learning prompts deeper exploration for constant improvement.
Insight is that spark that turns inspiration into innovation

We believe a better way is In Sight.

Just on the horizon. Seeing a way where others can’t, by bringing what we know to the table.
With clarity, to help people see that path forward.
Bringing relief, as families find a trusted ally.
Giving strength, now, with useful information and tools to solve problems.
Building confidence, as people work together, our stronger community is indeed InSight.

We are InSight.

Deeper thinking for brighter futures.
Smarter strategies for families and communities.
Fresh thinking and trusted experience.
Connecting young people with caring support.
InSight is about families making the greater community, greater together.

No one understands complex systems like we do. That takes InSight. So does planning a positive way forward. Here, we help plot the course of every journey to success. We support youth and families when they need it most, providing that spark that can come only from InSight, that will carry each young person forward to start building their brilliant futures.

Twenty years of experience and a whole new chapter is ahead, and one team will dig deep for every child, every teen, every family, every community: InSight Youth and Family Connections.

COA Accreditation

InSight Youth and Family Connections is accredited by COA (Council of Accreditation). The Council on Accreditation (COA) is an international, independent, nonprofit, human service accrediting organization. Founded in 1977 by the Child Welfare League of America and Family Service America (now the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities), their mission is to partner with human service organizations worldwide to improve service delivery outcomes by developing, applying, and promoting accreditation standards. They envision excellence in the delivery of human services globally, resulting in the well-being of individuals, families, and communities. COA accredits the full continuum of child welfare, behavioral health, and community-based social services. With the support of over 30 national and international organizations, a cadre of over 1,000 volunteers and a highly skilled and dedicated board of trustees and staff, the peer-driven COA community is committed to championing quality by promoting best practice standards and advocating for accreditation.

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  • Michelle Rowser, Executive Director
  • Tawana Rogers-Reece, Director of Operations
  • Michelle Piotrowicz, Director of Finance
  • Davinia Brown, Director of Human Resources
  • Virdell Thomas, Director of Community Service
  • Dave Thiesmeyer, Information Systems Manager
  • Andrea Haller, Director of Quality Management
  • LaTonya Howard, Journey To Success Director

  • Phil Cavanaugh, Board Chair
  • Loretta Bush, Board Vice Chair
  • Kathy Regan, Board Treasurer
  • Meredith Reese, Board Secretary
  • Angela Aufdemberge, Board Director
  • Tamara Hagar, Board Director