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1 Member Directory 2012 Supporting Families Together Association Supporting Families Together Association

2 Families Supporting Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies Community-based Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) Agencies work within 8 regions, serving all 72 counties and 11 tribes. Services: Connect parents with consumer education to make informed choices about selecting child care Provide guidance to parents on child development, child abuse and neglect prevention, health and wellness and early care and education Support professionals who care for and educate children Deliver training and professional development to the Early Care and Education field Design, implement, and evaluate innovative child care quality improvement initiatives Collect, analyze, and share data Together Association Supporting Families Together Association is a statewide organization committed to improving the lives of children and families in all 72 counties and 11 Tribes. Our association supports services to children and families, early childhood professionals and communities. At the heart of our work is our commitment to prevent child abuse and neglect and promote high quality early childhood experiences. We do this in close collaboration with our regional and local partners at Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies and Family Resource Centers who make up our association s membership. While Supporting Families Together Association is a statewide organization, we prioritize support to our regional and local partners to promote: strong families; healthy children; high quality early care and education; and responsive systems. Family Resource Centers & Networks Although each Family Resource Center is unique, they all focus on family strengths and providing positive parenting tools. Services: Develop and deliver family support programs from prevention to intervention Deliver evidence-informed parenting education Focus on collaboration and community development Collect, analyze, and report data related to reducing child abuse and neglect

3 Supporting Families Together Association...1 Serving the State of Wisconsin Agencies Table of contents Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (CCR&R)...2 Child Care Resource and Referral Service Delivery Map...3 Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc. (4C)...4 Serving Columbia, Dane, Dodge, Green, Jefferson, Rock, Sauk and Walworth Counties. Also serving Ho-Chunk Nation Child Care Partnership...7 Serving Buffalo, Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, St. Croix, and Trempealeau Counties. Also serving Ho-Chunk Nation Child Care Resource and Referral of Central WI, Inc (CCR&RCW)...10 Serving Adams, Clark, Marquette, Portage, Waushara and Wood Counties. Plus referrals in: Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon and Taylor Counties Child Care Connection...11 Serving Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon and Taylor Counties Child Care & Referral, Inc...12 Serving Calumet, Green Lake, Outagamle, Waupaca and Winnebago Counties. Plus referrals in: Fond du Lac, Manitowoc and Sheboygan Counties Family Connections...13 Serving Fond du Lac, Manitowoc and Sheboygan Counties 4C-For Children, Inc...14 Serving Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Washington and Waukesha Counties Family Resource Centers & Networks (FRC&N)...15 Family Resource Center Service Delivery Map...16 Lakeland Family Resource - Up North Network...17 Serving Sawyer and Washburn Counties. Also Serving Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe Exchange Family Resource Center Network...21 Serving Rock County Quad County Family Resource Center Network...22 Serving Adams, Green Lake, Marquette, and Waushara Counties Children s Service Society of Wisconsin...23 Serving Racine County Kenosha County PSN Family Resource Center...24 Serving Kenosha County Family Resource Connection...25 Serving Forest, Oneida and Vilas Counties Lakeshore Family...27 Serving Manitowoc County Joint Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies and Family Resource Centers Family Connections of Southwest WI...5, 20 Serving Crawford, Grant, Iowa, Lafayette, Richland and Vernon Counties The Parenting Place...6, 19 Serving Juneau, La Crosse and Monroe Counties. Plus referrals in: Crawford, Grant, Iowa, Lafayette, Richland, and Vernon Counties Northwest Connection Family...8, 18 Serving Ashland, Barron, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Florence, Forest, Iron, Oneida, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Vilas, and Washburn Counties. Also serving Bad River, Forest County Potawatomi, Lac Courte Oreilles, Lac du Flambeau, Red Cliff, Sokaogon and St. Croix Tribes Family and Childcare of N.E.W....9, 26 Serving Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto and Shawano Counties. Also Serving Menoninee, Oneida and Stockbridge-Munsee Tribes

4 Supporting Families Together Association Current Quality Early Care and Education: Advocating, educating and building Wisconsin s capacity to deliver high quality early care and education Healthy Children: Through prevention and health promotion efforts Strong Families: Support to families in a strengthbased and evidence-informed way Responsive Systems: SFTA builds and supports systems for early childhood that result in opportunities for ALL children Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention & Strengthening Families YoungStar The Pyramid Model of Social Emotional Development Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standads Active Early & Obesity Prevention Training & Consulting Licensing Preparation Apoyando Familias - Aprendiendo Juntos Mission: We build systems and support quality care, resources and education to enrich the lives of children. Vision: We envision an environment where all children have the opportunity to reach their highest potential and where all adults understand their role and responsibilities to children. Purpose: To develop and support an effective network of family support systems and early care and education systems which brings quality, strengthbased services to all Wisconsin communities. 1 Supporting Families Together Association 700 Rayovac Drive, Suite 6 Madison, WI (608) KIDS (5437) Early Childhood Development & Family Systems Community Development Organizational Development Policy & Advocacy Quality Assurance Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Systems Data & Evaluation Project Management Budgeting and Planning Membership to qualified regional or local organizations with aligned missions. Fee-for-service customized training from highly qualified trainers Fee-for-service technical consulting for early childhood or family serving organizations A comprehensive system of data collection regarding early care and education and the children accessing care in Wisconsin.

5 Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies

6 Child Care Resource & Referral Service Delivery Regions Region 1 Hub Office: Madison Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc (4-C) Executive Director: Jody Bartnick (800) ; Also serving the Ho-Chunk Nation Region 2 Hub Office: La Crosse The Parenting Place Executive Director: Jodi Widuch (800) ; Partner Office: Platteville Family Connections of Southwest WI Executive Director: Julie Walter (800) Region 3 Hub Office: Eau Claire Child Care Partnership Resource and Referral Center Executive Director: Dotty Lillo (800) ; Also serving the Ho-Chunk Nation Region 4 Hub Office: Hayward Northwest Connection Family Executive Director: Jacqueline Strand Co-Director: Kathy Mullally (800) 733-KIDS; Also serving Bad River, Forest County Potawatomi, Lac Courte Oreilles, Lac du Flambeau, Red Cliff, Sokaogon, and St. Croix Tribes Polk St. Croix Pierce Dunn Pepin Buffalo Burnett Chippewa Eau Claire Trempealeau La Crosse Vernon Crawford Douglas Washburn Barron Jackson Grant Monroe Richland Bayfield Sawyer Juneau Iowa Lafayette Rusk Ashland Taylor Clark Hub Office Sauk Price Wood Iron Green Lincoln Adams Dane Columbia Vilas Oneida Marathon Portage Rock Langlade Waushara Marquette Dodge Jefferson Walworth Forest Waupaca Green Lake Florence Outagamie Manitowoc Calumet Winnebago Fond du Lac Washington Waukesha Menominee Shawano Partner Office Marinette Sheboygan Ozaukee Milwaukee Racine Kenosha Oconto Brown Door Kewaunee Region 5 Hub Office: Green Bay Family and Child Care of N.E.W. Executive Director: Paula Breese (800) ; Also serving the Menominee and Stockbridge Munsee Tribes and the Oneida Nation Region 6 Hub Office: Wisconsin Rapids Child Care Resource & Referral of Central Wisconsin, Inc. Executive Director: Kelly Borchardt (800) ; Partner Office: Merrill Child Care Connection Inc. Executive Director: Micki Krueger (800) Region 7 Hub Office: Kimberly Child Care Resource & Referral Inc. Executive Director: Judith Olson (800) Partner Office: Sheboygan Family Connections Inc. Executive Director: Matricia Patterson (800) Region 8 Hub Office: Milwaukee 4C For Children Executive Director: Jack McCommon (414)

7 Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc. (4-C) Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Current Family Child Care Certification Latino Project Child and Adult Care Food Program Resource & Referral AODA Child Care Professional Development ECERS/ITERS/FCCERS YoungStar Regional Office Resource Room & Lending Library 4-C is part of a network of non-profit Wisconsin Resource & Referral agencies providing a range of early childhood services to families, child care providers, & communities in southern Wisconsin. 4-C is driven by its mission to ensure that every child has access to high quality early care & education through integrated support & expertise. 4-C regularly collaborates with other community organizations in an effort to provide the most efficient & best possible outcome for children. 4-C representatives serve on applicable community initiatives, committees, & boards to ensure a thorough understanding & representation of the communities we serve. Compiles data that assists early childhood professionals in completing business plans Helps numerous Wisconsin communities with neighborhood & economic planning Maintains and analyzes child care market data for child care providers and policymakers Advocates on behalf of Wisconsin s children Also Serving The Ho-Chunk Nation *CACFP administered in 19 southern Wisconsin counties. 4-C 5 Odana Court Madison, WI (608) KIDS (5437) As a member of 4-C, you can help to support activities to improve the quality of early childhood programs. Membership benefits include four issues of the Focus newsletter, priority registration for 4-C trainings, access to the Resource Room & Lending Library & more! 4

8 Current Providing support and resources to child care professionals Providing parents with resources to help inform and educate their options Providing quality and affordable trainings for professionals in the early care field Family Connections of Southwest WI Joint Family Resource Center and Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Family Connections is a trusted resource that helps to prepare, educate, and support families, child care providers and the public. Child Care Resource and Referral Agency and Family Resource Center Child Care Resource & Referral services: Grant, Crawford, Vernon, Richland, Iowa and Lafayette Counties Providing Services in Southwest Wisconsin since 1995 Quality child care indicators Training, technical and on-site support for early care professionals Child development Child Care Pre-licensing support 4-C Food Program technical support Environmental Rating Scales YoungStar Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards Pyramid Model for Social Emotional Competence in Young Children Active Early and Obesity Prevention Vernon Crawford Richland Iowa Grant Lafayette Family Connections of Southwest Wisconsin 530 S. Water St. Platteville, WI (608) Pre-licensing technical support 4-C Food Program technical support YoungStar technical support Registry approved trainings and continuing education Early Childhood assessments and curriculum 5

9 Current Systematize YoungStar work Embed new brand Identify agency vulnerabilities and re-organize to strengthen Staff training and support The Parenting Place Joint Family Resource Center and Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Vision: Building on family and community strengths to give young children a positive start in life. Mission The Parenting Place is for all who care for children. Our programs educate strengthen and support parents and caregivers by creating a greater understanding of the impact they have on the lives of children in their care. Through increased education and parental growth, children will have a positive supportive and loving start in life. Established in The Parenting Place was the first agency in the state to blend Parent Education and Support programming with Child Care Resource and Referral programming. This model has served our community well by providing a one-stop agency for parents and child care providers to access many services often found in separate agencies in other communities. Providing Child Care Certification Cross systems collaboration first in state to offer WMELS for credit, result of collaboration with public school, CESA, and higher education Program start up YoungStar implementation Higher-education coordination around training opportunities Deliver child care certification in Monroe County The Parenting Place 1500 Green Bay St. La Crosse, WI Strength-Based Performance Appraisal Process Meeting Space Onalaska, La Crosse, Tomah and Sparta Toy and Book Lending Libraries Weekly Parent Blog on our Website Fundraising Event Planning Branding RFP Template 6

10 Child Care Partnership Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Current Quality child care services for children and families Parent information and referrals to regulated caregivers Community resources Wellness through Active Early and Healthy Bites initiatives Ongoing quality improvement through child care conferences and workshops Child Care Partnership Resource & Referral works with parents, providers, and communities to develop highly competent children through quality early childhood programming Child Care Partnership is a program of the Western Dairyland Community Action Agency, which alleviates poverty-related conditions and provides opportunities enabling people to advance economically and socially. Master Early Childhood Trainers are available for: Early learning environments Strengthening Families initiatives Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards training The Pyramid Model Training Series on the Social Emotional Foundations of Early Learning The Wisconsin Early Care & Education Physical Activiy Training Business Development SCAN MRT Child Care Resource & Referral Pre-Licensing Technical Assistance YoungStar Technical Consulting Western Dairyland Child and Adult Care Food Program 4K Environmental Rating Business Development Also Serving The Ho-Chunk Nation Child Care Partnership Western Dairyland 418 Wisconsin Street Eau Claire, WI (715) Lending Library with Books, Toys, DVDs and Curriculum Kits AccuCut Machine Laminator Copy Machine Obesity Prevention Child Care Business Tool Kits 7

11 Northwest Connection Family Joint Family Resource Center and Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Current Quality Early Care and Education in Wisconsin Health Promotion and Obesity Prevention Wisconsin Inter-Tribal Child Care Association Parent Education and Referral Community Awareness Our Mission: To support and strengthen families and care givers by building a long lasting foundation through education, information, referrals, and shared opportunities. Our Vision: Strong and healthy children, families, and communities provide benefits that touch the future. Northwest Connection Family is a 501(C) 3 community based, non-profit agency providing services since Early Childhood Development Family Support & Technical Assistance Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards The Pyramid Model for Social Emotional Development Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Environmental Rating Scales Professional Development YoungStar Active Early Provider Recruitment & Retention Technical Assistance to Providers and the Community Resource & Referral Services The Pyramid Model of Social Emotional Development Pre-licensing Douglas Burnett Sawyer Washburn Barron Bayfield Rusk Ashland Iron Price Vilas Also Serving The Tribes: Bad River Forest County Potawatomi Lac Courte Oreilles Lac du Flambeau Red Cliff Sokaogon St. Croix Oneida Forest Florence Northwest Connection Family W. 3rd Street Hayward, WI (715) KIDS (5437) Annual Child Care Conference Quarterly Newsletter An extensive resource library including the Ellison, Die Cut and laminator machines. Highly trained professionals ready to assist providers One-on-one consultation 8

12 Current Improving the quality of child care though training and support Reducing the rates of obesity through education Prevention of child abuse and neglect Early childcare advocacy Family and Childcare of N.E.W. Joint Family Resource Center and Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Family & Childcare of N.E.W is dedicated to supporting healthy child development by providing high quality education, support and programs to families and early childhood professionals. We currently support over 350 child care providers in training and education to improve the environment of childcare settings in over 5,000 square miles of our 7 county, service-delivery area. Training and consultation for early child care programs Physical activity education and obesity prevention Local childcare rates and data Referrals for regulated childcare Implementation of YoungStar Quality Rating System Active Early program to increase activity Increasing community connections and collaborations Prevention of child abuse and neglect Menominee Shawano Marinette Oconto Brown Door Kewaunee Also Serving The Tribes: Menominee Stockbridge Munsee Oneida Family and Childcare of N.E.W 201 W. Walnut St. Green Bay, WI (920) Training and Workshops Childcare Business rmation Resource Lending Library Laminating Machine Resource Room with Die-Cut tools 9

13 Child Care Resource and Referral of Central WI, Inc (CCR&RCW) Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Current CCR&RCW takes the guesswork out of finding child care CCR&RCW increases the supply of quality child care CCR&RCW helps create child care solutions for communities CCR&RCW builds brighter futures CCR&RCW is a non-profit, United Way partner program, guided by their vision for all children to benefit from the best child care possible. We strive to become the key resource of comprehensive services to enhance quality child care. Child Care/Early Childhood Referrals Child Care Business Start-Up Assistance Early Childhood Trainers/ Consultants Early Childhood Advocacy and Local Child Care Statistics Child Care Referrals Child Care Provider Training and Technical Assistance YoungStar Services Scholarship Aid for Families Child Care Data and Taylor Clark Wood Lincoln Marathon Adams Portage Marquette Langlade Waushara CHILD CARE REFERRALS ONLY CHILD CARE REFERRALS AND PROVIDER SUPPORT CCR&R of Central WI 210 E Jackson St.. Wisconsin Rapids, WI (715) Lending library of early childhood-related books, videos and theme kits Self-service laminator Brochures, training and expertise on a variety of early childhood topics 10

14 Child Care Connection, Inc. Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Current Provide Assistance and Support for Child Care Providers Increase the Supply of Quality Early Childhood Options for Children and Families Provide Child Care and Solutions for Communities Incorporated in 1993, Child Care Connection is a non-profit agency, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. We are committed to the child care providers, families, and communities we serve. Our mission is to respond to needs and deliver services that improve and support a quality child care system. We believe the work we do has a positive impact on children. Child Care Business Start-Up Assistance Early Childhood Training and Consulting Local Child Care Statistics Early Childhood Advocacy Child Care Provider Training and Technical Assistance YoungStar Services Childhood Obesity Prevention Child Care Data and Child Care Connection 407 W. Main Street Merrill, WI (715) Quarterly Newsletter Website Online Training Calendar Self-Serve Laminator Hmong-Speaking Bilingual Staff Early Childhood Resource Lending Library 11

15 Child Care Resource & Referral, Inc. Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Current Educate families about the indicators of high quality child care and how to select a program that meets their needs Empower families, providers and the community to advocate for high quality child care Equip child care providers with the necessary tools to provide high quality child care Our Mission is to improve the quality and accessibility of early childhood education and care. CCR&R: Helps parents find regulated child care Builds the supply of child care Improves the quality of child care Supports parents, providers and the community Bridges child care and education Tells the child care story... Early childhood development Professional development and training Child care quality improvement Child care business start-up Employer assistance with work/life issues Child care data The Early Language and Literacy Initiative YoungStar Active Early Operation Military Child Care Child Care Resource and Referral, Inc West Kennedy Ave. Suite A Kimberly, WI (920) KIDS (5437) Workshops and training Technical assistance Child care business start-up services Comprehensive resource lending library Speakers Bureau 12

16 Family Connections, Inc. Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Current Quality Child Care & YoungStar Supporting child care programs (who may or may not be participating in YoungStar, Wisconsin s quality rating & improvement system) in their quest to maintain and/or increase the quality of their early learning environment Families Providing families with technical assistance related to quality child care as well as individualized care management support and financial assistance to those participating in our Connections program. Communities Educating communities on the importance of investing in early care and education Fond du Lac County Community Partnership for Young Children Community Partnership for Children of Manitowoc County Childhood Obesity Prevention & Active Early Mission Statement Family Connections strives to increase the availability and accessibility of child care, promote recognition of child care issues, and encourage the development of quality child care services. Family Connections, Inc S. 8th Street, Sheboygan, WI (920) Professional Development Opportunities for Early Childhood Professionals rmation for Prospective Child Care Providers rmation on Financial Assistance for Child Care Community Education on Child Care Quality Early Childhood Environments Qualified Staff to help answer questions related to child care and early care and education Resource Lending Library with early childhood curriculums, toolkits, thematic unit tubs, books, DVDs & more 13

17 4C-For Children, Inc. Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Current Improving the quality of regulated child care Developing partnerships in SE Wisconsin Improving 4C s systems of delivery Mission Statement The catalyst for the accessibility and quality of early care and education for children, families, and communities. Providing technical assistance and mentoring Professional development of the career field Leaders in quality improvement initiatives, birth through school-age Leaders in culturally responsive approaches in Early Care & Education YoungStar Parent Engagement Community Outreach Training and Education Child Adult Care Food Program 4C-For Children, Inc N. MLK Drive Milwaukee, WI (414) Resource Library Educational Materials One-on-one consultation services CACFP menu planning resources Curriculum development 14

18 Family Resource Centers & Networks

19 Family Resource Center Service Delivery Areas Sawyer & Washburn County Northwest Connection Family - Up North Network : Jacqueline Strand or Kathy Mullally (715) or (800) 733-KIDS (5437) Washburn & Sawyer County Lakeland Family Resource Center : Patty Cummings-Reinert (715) La Crosse & Monroe County The Parenting Place : Jodi Widuch (800) Grant, Iowa and Lafayette County Iowa and Lafayette - Respite only Family Connections of Southwest Wisconsin : Julie Walter (800) Washburn Sawyer La Crosse Monroe Vilas Oneida Forest Lincoln Langlade Waushara Adams Marquette Green Lake Oconto Brown Manitowoc Milwaukee County University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee : Dr. Kalyani Rai (414) Racine County Children s Service Society of Wisconsin : Aidana Lira (262) Kenosha County Prevention Services Network : Nancy Morey (262) Vilas, Oneida, Forest, Langlade & Lincoln County Family Resource Connection : Deb Blackstone (715) Children s Service Society of Wisconsin : Debra McGregor (715) Rock County Exchange Family Resource Center Network : Nancy Brooks (608) Grant Iowa Lafayette Rock Milwaukee Racine Kenosha Oconto & Brown County Family and Childcare of N.E.W : Paula Breese (920) Adams, Waushara, Marquette & Green Lake County Quad County Family Resource Center Network : Nicole Galarno (877) Manitowoc County Lakeshore Family : Tracy Heller-Klesper (920)

20 Current Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Early childhood development Parent education and support Community Response Parent/child activities Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Lakeland Family Resource - Up North Network Family Resource Center Member of Supporting Families Together Association Mission: To support and strengthen families by building long lasting foundations through education, information and referral. Vision: Strong and healthy children and families and communities provide benefits that touch the future. Lakeland FRC is a 501 (c) 3 community based, non-profit agency since Community Response Early Childhood Evidenced-based Parent Education Strengthening Families Home Visiting Parents as Teachers Program Community Partnerships Outreach Expanding Community Response Building network capacity to serve a larger community base Washburn Sawyer *Also Serving Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe Lakeland Family Resource Center 314 Elm Street Spooner, WI (715) Parenting warmline Resource lending library Toy lending library Community resource referral Certified PAT parent educator Connections Program Support groups 17

21 Current Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Early Childhood Development Parent Education and Support Community Response Parent/Child Activities Community Partnerships and Outreach Northwest Connection Family - Up North Network Joint Family Resource Center and Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Our Mission: To support and strengthen families and care givers by building a long lasting foundation through education, information, referrals, and shared opportunities. Our Vision: Strong and healthy children, families, and communities provide benefits that touch the future. Northwest Connection Family is a 501(C) 3 community based, non-profit agency providing services since Early Childhood Development Parents as Teachers Evidence-based Parent Education Certified Car Seat Technician Shaken Baby Prevention SIDS Connecting Families to Formal and rmal Supports Building Protective Factors in families and communities Community Response Support Groups Special Programs & Events Washburn Sawyer *Also Serving Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe Northwest Connection Family (715) KIDS (5491) Positive Parenting Parenting Warmlines Resource Lending Library Assistance to Access Community Certified PAT Parent Educators 18

22 Current Restoring funding to parent education programs in Monroe County Delivering research-based parenting programs Embedding work related to infant mental health in established programs Community Response The Parenting Place Joint Family Resource Center and Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Vision: Building on family and community strengths to give young children a positive start in life. Mission The Parenting Place is for all who care for children. Our programs educate strengthen and support parents and caregivers by creating a greater understanding of the impact they have on the lives of children in their care. Through increased education and parental growth, children will have a positive supportive and loving start in life. Established in The Parenting Place was the first agency in the state to blend Parent Education and Support programming with Child Care Resource and Referral programming. This model has served our community well by providing a one-stop agency for parents and child care providers to access many services often found in separate agencies in other communities. Community Response especially as community based partner with CPS Cross systems collaboration Partner with La Crosse County Human Services, and domestic violence agency on Federal Safe Havens grant to provide safe exchanges and visits for families affected by domestic violence Collaborate to create one point of entry to access all home visiting services in La Crosse County. Family Interaction Program, parent coaching and supervised visits for CPS involved families a collaboration with another agency. The Parenting Place 1500 Green Bay St. La Crosse, WI Strength-Based Performance Appraisal Process Meeting space Onalaska, La Crosse, Tomah and Sparta Toy and book lending libraries Weekly Parent Blog on our website Fundraising Event Planning Branding RFP template 19

23 Current Respite Care services for families in need of additional support and services Play N Learns that are intentional in delivering developmentally appropriate activities and parent support Family Resource Center that assures universal access to community resources Family Connections of Southwest WI Joint Family Resource Center and Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Family Connections is a trusted resource that helps to prepare, educate, and support families, childcare providers, and the public. Family Resource Center and Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Family Resource services: Grant, Iowa and Lafayette Counties Providing Services in Southwest Wisconsin since 1995 Local and state resources for families and primary caregivers Child development Parent support and education Social and emotional wellbeing and development of young children Prevention of child abuse and neglect Education and support for families and primary care providers Safe respite care for families in need of both informal and formal supports Resource accessibility Grant Iowa Lafayette Family Connections of Southwest Wisconsin 530 S. Water St. Platteville, WI (608) Respite Care Child Development Positive Parenting Developmental Screeners Toy, equipment and print resources lending library Resource Directories Weekly Play N Learns 20

24 Current Building community capacity for evidence based home visiting programs Building protective factors in families and the community Community Response Exchange Family Resource Center Network Family Resource Center Member of Supporting Families Together Association A program of Children s Service Society of Wisconsin Mission To build, sustain and enhance a nurturing environment for Wisconsin children Exchange Family Resource Center Network partners with parents and community resources to strengthen families in Rock County Parent Support and Education Child Development Community Development rmation and Referral Youth Emotional Stability Infant Mortality/Health Disparities Home Visit Collaboration Family Team Meetings Rock Exchange Family Resource Center Network 2020 E Milwaukee St. Suite 5 Janesville, WI (608) Evidenced based home visiting Nurturing Parent classes Ask-the-Expert Workshops Developmental Screenings Play and Learn groups Community Response Families and Community Together 21

25 Current To strengthen families involvement in the community To connect and educate families on resources that are available in the community To prevent child maltreatment To build families informal support system Community Response Quad County Family Resource Center Network Family Resource Center Member of Supporting Families Together Association The FRCN believes that parents love their children and want the best for their family. The FRCN knows that being a parent can be stressful. To help reduce this stress we provide families with support and assistance while also connecting them with resources in their community. Parenting Budgeting Employment Organization Education Health Safety Community Working in partnership with parents Avoiding negative labels for parenting and setting aside the issue of fault Assisting families in identifying strengths and needs Working as a team to develop and reach family goals Providing services matched to families needs Adams Waushara Marquette Green Lake Quad County Family Resource Center Network Parenting Classes Referral and rmation on in the Community Home Visitation Community Response 22

26 Current Families will have more knowledge and access to resources Families are connected to appropriate family support, educational and health services Families know more about child development Families identify current and gain parenting and coping skills Community Response Children s Service Society of Wisconsin Family Resource Center Member of Supporting Families Together Association The Racine County Family Resource Network (RCFRN) is designed to coordinate and expand collaborative services for families with children under the age of three and families facing multiple challenges. In addition to establishing a collaborative network of resources for targeted families, the RCFRN will expand evidence-based home visitation services as well as establish Family Team Meetings as a core community practice. The Racine County Family Resource Network will establish a stronger community collaboration of providers who already provide their service of expertise for families with children on the way to be born and through the age of three. Families will have one primary point of contact for resources with an option of conducting Family Team Meetings if needed. Network Provider Meetings represent an additional support for families and direct service providers. Network Coordinator will focus on contacting families with community based resources. Network Coordinator will partner with direct service providers to better strengthen collaboration services. Racine Children s Service Society of Wisconsin 2405 Northwestern Ave., Ste. 205 Racine, WI (262) United Way of Racine Children s Service Society of WI Racine County Human Services Next Generation Now Family Smart/Kid Friendly Racine-Kenosha Community Action Agency Central Racine Health Department Racine Community Health Center Racine Unified School District 23

27 Current Community Response Service Coordination Outreach Home Visitation Concrete Supports Kenosha County PSN Family Resource Center Family Resource Center Member of Supporting Families Together Association The mission of the PSN Family Resource Center is to provide programs and services that build on family strengths through: Prevention Education Support and Networking in collaboration with other resources in the Kenosha community. Family Team Facilitation Strength based approach to working with families Connecting families to resources Facilitating access to multiple systems Women s Circle PSN Spotlight Series Parent Talk Lunch Monthly Newsletter Parents Interacting with Infants (PIWI) Café Talk Nurturing Parent Program Prevention Services Network 8600 Sheridan Road Kenosha, WI (262) The PSN Family Resource Center is a centralized location that provides access to the programs and services provided by the partner agencies of the Prevention Services Network. 24

28 Current Positive Parent/Child Interactions Connecting Families to Formal and rmal Supports Enhancing the Health of Children and their Families Prevention of Child Abuse Community Response Northwoods FRCN Family Resource Center Member of Supporting Families Together Association The Family Resource Center Network serves families in need of support Drop-in Programming and Home Visiting are also available Our mission is to serve all parents that ask for support We are committed to evidence based programming Parenting Education Connection to Community Response Drop In Programs- Play Shoppe Music Garden and First Books Vilas Oneida Forest Family Resource Connection 1020 Kabel Avenue Rhinelander, WI (715) Early Childhood Developmental Screenings Parent/Child Interactive Programs Family Team Meetings 25

29 Current Supporting families and the community in improving early childhood development Prevention of child abuse and neglect Collaborating with community groups Early childhood advocacy Family and Childcare of N.E.W. Joint Family Resource Center and Child Care Resource and Referral Agency Member of Supporting Families Together Association Family & Childcare of N.E.W is dedicated to supporting healthy child development by providing high quality education, support and programs to families and early childhood professionals. 3 parent educators conducted 1,191 home visits in the 2010 Fiscal Year. Our rmation and Referral Specialists took over 10,000 calls in 2010 to connect the community with resources and information. Parent Education provided by childhood development professionals Parenting advice by or phone Individual in-home family visits On-site facility at Fort Howard School Universal access to meet the needs of the community as a whole Outreach to faith-based groups to support families Prevention of child abuse and neglect Gateway agency for the Community Partnership for Children Family and Childcare of N.E.W 201 W. Walnut St.. Green Bay, WI (920) Parents as Teachers, (an evidence-based home visiting program) Bilingual play group Parenting workshops and classes Resource Lending Library Playroom Resource room with Die-Cut tools 26

30 Current Child abuse and neglect prevention Parent education and support to families with children ages birth to 5 Connect families to appropriate resources Collaborating with community groups Delivering research based parenting programs Community Response Lakeshore Family Family Resource Center Member of Supporting Families Together Association Lakeshore Family has been in existence for over 20 years. Our primary focus has always been child abuse and neglect prevention. Our vision is to nurture Manitowoc County families by assisting them to establish safe and supportive environments which prepare children for healthy responsible adult lives. Our lead agency is Lakeshore Community Action Program (CAP). Lakeshore CAP s mission is to enable and empower all persons, parents and families through voluntary prevention education and support, intervention and treatment programs. Emphasis is placed on strong service coordination, collaboration and comprehensive case management. Home visitation staff is certified in Parents as Teachers: Born to Learn curriculum. The Teen Parent Educator is also certified in Parent As Teachers: Born to Learn and trained in the Nurturing Program. The class based Parent Educator is trained in the Nurturing Program. Also have staff trained in SEFEL. The agency has a focus on at-risk families with programming including parenting classes for parents dealing with mental illness and another class for parents dealing with substance abuse issues. The agency is a key player in the Early Childhood Initiative in Manitowoc County. The initiative is currently working to build a more collaborative system of support for families by bringing key players to the table and having the community speak the same language when it comes to supporting families with young children. Manitowoc Lakeshore Family 702 State Street, PO Box 2315 Manitowoc, WI (920) Community Response Program Parenting classes Teen Parent Education In-Home Parent Education Play and Learn activities Lending library Lakeshore CAP offers emergency housing assistance. 27

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