The City’s Community Development Division (CDD) collaborates with non-profit agencies to enhance the quality of life for children, youth, families, and older adults.

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CDD funds programs that support persons affected by or at risk of, traumatic events with the goal of enhancing resident safety and stability.
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CDD supports employment training and career development for residents.

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CDD supports a range of programs and services that promote healthy aging, both at the Madison Senior Center and through community partners.