Door County Parents

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Knowing How to Find Help

Concrete Support in Times of Need. When families know how to find help, parents can stress a little less and enjoy family life a little more. Advocating for your family helps you build self-confidence and persistence. Knowing how to accept help when it is offered can teach your kids courage and resourcefulness. Strong families are better able to help others, too.

Protective Factor #3-Concrete Support in Times of Need

All parents need help sometimes-help with the day-to-day care of children, help in figuring out how to sooth a colicky baby, help getting to the ER when a bad accident happens, help in managing one’s own temper when fatigued or… Continue Reading →

Five for Families: Knowing How to Find Help

No one gets through life without support from others, but asking for help can be uncomfortable. Meeting your family’s needs may mean stepping outside your comfort zone. There are things you can do to make that step easier.

Community Connections

Community Connections is a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL service provided by the Door County Partnership for Children and Families. Community Connections offers free support by matching your family with a Community Connector who can provide information, peer support and help you… Continue Reading →

Door County Resources

Door County has a lot of resources for families and community members. Door County resources are accessible on the Door County Library website under Community Resources on the homepage or you can click the image below.

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