Great Links about Child Development
- 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/
- Five for Families: 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.
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.