NATIONAL SAFE TOYS AND GIFTS MONTH During December, participate in Safe Toys and Gifts Month. Since December is the biggest gift-giving month in the world, it's important to keep safety in mind as you're shopping for the little ones in your life. ...
We Don't Need to Talk About COVID All of the Time. -...
November 12, 2020by: Chad Welch, Community Impact Coordinator - Education As the pandemic continues to permeate every aspect of our lives, our conversations may start to feel like they're getting stale and repetitive - if not anxiety-inducing....
A safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine will be an important tool in stopping the spread of the virus. DHS is working with local, state, and federal partners so that Wisconsin is prepared to get people vaccinated when the vaccine is available.
DHS will continue to update this webpage as information becomes available. Here is what we know so far.
Northwest Wisconsin experienced a surge in methamphetamine use and addiction in the late 1990s and early 2000s. It is growing in popularity because it is less expensive and it has a longer euphoric effect than other illegal stimulants. Today, the majority of the methamphetamine available in Wisconsin is produced in Mexico and transported here by drug-trafficking organizations.
Check back often as we will update this page as we learn of events It's not too late to get on Santa's Nice List! Coming soon to Sturgeon Bay..... Stories with Santa! Join us on Saturday, November 21 for a virtual reading of 'The Night Before...
The 2020 holidays are going to be different. With the advice being to stay home, be safe, and help stop the spread of COVID-19, we offer suggestions on how to make the holidays still meaningful and fulfilling.
If your family, or you know of a family that is in need, please reach out to Rebecca for assistance. Housing, utilities, infant needs (diapers, wipes, etc),
FREE and CONFIDENTIAL support for ANY Door County family raising children in Door County or an individual enrolled in K-12 schooling whom has not yet graduated. A Community Connector is a parent peer who has experienced challenges of their own, received Door County services and has learned how to advocate for their family.
Contact Rebecca Nicholson for assistance and support regarding the following:
Rent, utility, food assistance
Infant / toddler basic needs
Children's mental health / disability support
Vehicle repair and purchase assistance
Anything else related to raising a family
(920) 421-3145 call or text
or fill out an interest form and she will contact you
The Partnership is open to any Door County parent / community member. You are especially encouraged to attend our quarterly Partnership meetings to hear what the Partnership has been working on. This program is person-centered and requires feedback from community members to be successful. Please be sure to share any feedback or suggestions you may have, we want to hear your voice!
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the Door County Partnership for Children and Families, please contact: