Volume 03: Issue 06 | June 01, 2020

Each week throughout National Safety Month in June is an opportunity to make a difference in your home, work, and community. Identifying risks around the home or improving safety standards at home and in your community protects everyone.

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Disaster Preparedness for Families - Door County Parents

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has created Ready Wrigley to provide parents, guardians, teachers, and young children with tips, activities, and a story to help the whole family prepare for emergencies. Together with your child,...

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National Center for Missing and Exploited Children® -...

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to help find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization. Since 1984, NCMEC has served as the...

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Spotlight on Family Health
Mental Health Moment with Chad: Anxiety and Door County...

In the first post about anxiety in our children, we learned the difference between anxious feelings and clinical anxiety. That understanding is important for us, as parents or caregivers to understand as we all live through COVID-19. Once we...

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Protective Factors Introduction - Door County Parents

Building the Strengthening Families Protective Factors Every person & every family needs protective factors! Protective factors are strengths within families & communities that serve to protect their healthy development & well-being, especially...

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Supporting Literacy in Door County
Goodnight with Dolly

"Goodnight With Dolly" will feature Dolly Parton reading a series of Imagination Library books all carefully chosen for their appropriate content at this moment in time. Dolly welcomes the viewers and introduces the title, author and illustrator. ...

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Community Connections Corner
If your family, or you know of a family that is in need, during the COVID-19 health crisis, please reach out to Rebecca for assistance. See ad below...
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
- Vehicle repair and purchase assistance
- Anything else related to raising a family
Rebecca Nicholson
(920) 421-3145 call or text
or fill out an interest form and she will contact you
Door County Partnership
for Children and Families
Our Quarterly Meeting will be Virtual this month! Friday - June 12, 2020 8:15 a.m.

There will be a presentation on a new program coming to Door County

Everyone is Welcome!

The Partnership is open to any Door County 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:

Rebecca Nicholson
Community Connector
(920) 421-3145
The Door County Partnership for Children and Families together with our partner organizations, is dedicated to connecting people to resources through a family-centered approach in order to achieve social emotional well-being and school success.