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Government Shutdown and How it Impacts Federally Funded Programs Locally

January 18, 2019by: Rebecca Nicholson The Door County Department of Health and Human Services reports that due to the federal government shutdown, current FoodShare recipients will have their February FoodShare benefits put on their QUEST electronic benefits cards earlier than… Continue Reading →

Welcome To The Team Chad!

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 →

Community Connections Celebrates 1 Year Providing Free Peer Support Services to Door County Families

December 04, 2018by: Candis Dart Sturgeon Bay, WI – The Door County Partnership for Children and Families is pleased to announce their Community Connections service has hit its 1-year anniversary milestone!   “This past year has been a wonderful experience…. Continue Reading →

Anti-Bullying Program Makes a Big Impact at Three Door County Schools

December 03, 2018 by: Rebecca Nicholson   The last week of November students at Sturgeon Bay High School, Sevastopol High School and Gibraltar High School participated in Challenge Day. Using an experience-based learning process the Challenge Day program seeks to… Continue Reading →

Sturgeon Bay Jaycees Hold Annual Toys for Kids Registration

Door County families in need of support this winter can register to receive gifts for their children this holiday season. Families wishing to receive gifts need to register during one of the posted registration dates and times. Distribution is done… Continue Reading →

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to come to Door County

October 03, 2018 by: Candis Dart Young children in Door County will soon start receiving FREE books in the mail.  The Door County Partnership for Children and Families, a program of United Way of Door County, is working to bring… Continue Reading →

DCPCF Honored to Be a Part of the 2nd Annual Safe Kids Door County Event

August 23, 2018 by: Rebecca Nicholson Door County Public Health in partnership with Door County Sheriff’s Department, Door County Cradle to Career, UW-Extension and the Door County Partnership for Children and Families held the 2nd Annual Safe Kids Door County… Continue Reading →

Sturgeon Bay Gains National Exposure in Documentary

June 9, 2018 by: Rebecca Nicholson In 2017, a documentary about Dr. Myrna Shure (author and child development expert) and her published curriculum, “I Can Problem Solve” and “Raising a Thinking Child” was filmed. Part of the documentary highlights the… Continue Reading →

Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force – Tech Time Over Summer

June 18, 2018 by: Rebecca Nicholson I recently subscribed to the Wisconsin Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Community Newsletter because I have a ten year old daughter and I want to stay informed about new technology and internet… Continue Reading →

Memories Built at Kick off to Summer Block Party

June 18, 2018 by: Rebecca Nicholson Saturday, June 16, 2018 the Partnership for Children and Families partnered with UW-Extension of Door County to bring block building by way of a “Block Party” to the city’s Kick off to Summer event… Continue Reading →

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