There are 5 Strengths that can keep every family strong. Knowing how to build on those strengths is key to helping your family thrive, even in the face of challenges.
Great Links For Child Development for parents
- Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning: http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/family.html
- Center for Effective Parenting: http://parenting-ed.org/for-parents/
- Center for Effective Parenting Early Childhood: http://parenting-ed.org/parenting-information-handouts/early-childhood/
Parenting a preschooler: UW-Extension
ZERO TO THREE works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development
Child development information from the Center of Disease and Control Prevention
Community Resources for Parents
Wisconsin Child Care Assistance: https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/mywichildcare/parents
Salvation Army (920) 497-7053: Food pantry, clothing, rental assistance, utility assistance, transitional housing, transportation, medical and seasonal assistance.
St.Vincent de Paul (920) 432-2579: Thrift shop, vouchers for household items, emergency rental assistance, etc.
Love Life (920) 497-1087/(920) 468-5414: Basic infant/toddler needs
Integrated Community Solutions (920) 498-3737: Rental assistance
Brown County Human Services 1(888) 794-5747: FoodShare, medical assistance, childcare assistance, and energy assistance.
WIC (920) 437-8368/(920) 431-0243: Food and formula vouchers for pregnant women, or women with children up to age 5.
Job Center/Forward Services(W-2) (920) 448-6760: Support in finding & keeping employment.
Foundations Health & Wholeness (920) 437-8256: Counseling services.
Supporting Families Together Association (888) 713.KIDS For childcare resources in Wisconsin but not Northeast Wisconsin please call.