Volume 03: Issue 05 | May 10, 2020
The staff at the Door County Partnership for Children and Families would like to wish all the Door County Mother's a wonderful Mother's Day!
"Safer at Home" Opportunities
The kids have been home for a while now and we have a ways to go. they may be running out of ideas to keep themselves occupied. Click this link to find a great list of items they can beat the boredom blues  read more...
Social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic could be particularly challenging for adolescents and teens who thrive on social connections and may be missing events like prom, class trips and graduation. read more...
Mental Health Moment with Chad: Anxiety and Door County...

Because of COVID-19, Anxious feelings are understandably very high in youth right now. My daughter is in 8th grade in middle school and gets waves of many emotions-such as anxious feelings related to not seeing friends, missing the end of......

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Family Talk Time - Door County Parents

Talking and listening to children does lots of important things. It improves your bond with them, and encourages them to listen to you. It helps them to form relationships and to build self-esteem. Family Talk Time is a weekly activity,......

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Supporting Literacy in Door County
Goodnight With Dolly

Everyone's favorite Book Lady is bringing children and families everywhere just what they need during a time of unrest. Goodnight with Dolly is a 10-week special series of weekly videos featuring Dolly Parton reading select Imagination Library books.

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Early Literacy is Crucial to Student Success - Door...

Reading regularly with young children stimulates optimal patterns of brain development and strengthens parent-child relationships at a critical time in child development, which, in turn, builds language, literacy, and social-emotional skills that ...

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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...
Door County Partnership
for Children and Families
Next Quarterly Meeting is
Friday, June 12, 2020 @ 8:15am

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.