“Momo Challenge” – What Parents Should Know(3/1/2019)-March 01, 2019by: Rebecca Nicholson I am sure many of you have been hearing about the “Momo Challenge” which resurfaced recently across social media. According to CBS news the MOMO challenge image is actually a cropped picture of an actual... Continue Reading →
Welcome To The Team Chad!(12/13/2018)-December 13, 2018by: Rebecca Nicholson Sturgeon Bay, WI – The Door County Partnership for children and Families would like to officially welcome and introduce Chad Welch to our team. “Hi I’m Chad Welch. I have four great children, three in... Continue Reading →
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Resilience – Film and Panel Discussion(3/18/2019)-SOUTHERN DOOR AUDITORIUM – Brussels, WI Tuesday, April 23, 2019 5:30pm to 8:30pm FREE – open to the public and includes a light dinner Click image to enlarge Researchers have recently discovered a dangerous biological syndrome caused by abuse and... Continue Reading →
Paper Tigers(3/5/2019)-A Film Screening and Panel Discussion on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) & Trauma Informed Care (TIC) FREE to the public and includes a light dinner Tuesday, March 05, 2019 Southern Door Auditorium 2073 County DK, Brussels “Paper Tigers captures the... Continue Reading →
Raising a Thinking Child(2/12/2019)- Raising a Thinking Child is offered by UW-Extension Door County for FREE. Childcare and meal provided. Raising A Thinking Child (RTC) is an evidence-based parenting program for parents and caregivers of children 4 to 7 years (give or take) that... Continue Reading →
It's Tidbit Tuesday with the Door County Partnership for Children and Families! We know that all parents have questions or need help at some point - check back every Tuesday for a helpful tip or article.
This can be an uncomfortable topic - but it is highly important for keeping our children safe. Have conversations about body safety with your children early and often.
We all have a responsibility to protect children and to help improve their health and well-being. Check out what our friends over at the Door County YMCA are doing this week to help prevent child sexual abuse. Now is a great time to learn more and to make a commitment to supporting the children in our community!The Door County YMCA is marking Child Abuse Prevention Month with Five Days of Action, April 22-26, 2019. Connecting with Healthy Kids Day®--a national initiative to improve the health and well-being of kids--Five Days of Action focuses on preventing child sexual abuse by sharing tips on how adults can prevent child sexual abuse.
Jump into action by taking this interactive quiz and signing the pledge to protect card and sign to show you’re ready protect the kids in our community. Visit www.fivedaysofaction.org/pledge to get started! #FiveDaysofAction ... See MoreSee Less