The Koehler Program is dedicated to improving the psychological and social well being of children and adolescents through education, training, and research. It exists to promote and enhance the quality of child and adolescent development in tandem with parents, caregivers, service providers, and educators. It is a web-based service supported by the Ruth Koehler Endowed Professorship in Children Services of the School of Social Work at Michigan State University. We believe that all kids deserve the best chance at life.
Loving kids. Empowering parents. Training providers. Enhancing lives.
Mission of the MSU School of Social Work
We are dedicated to educating students for competent, responsive, and ethical social work practice. Our teaching, research, and outreach seek to promote positive change and social justice for diverse communities, organizations, groups, families, and individuals.