Reconnect with us by calling 715-831-1700 or email ccp@wdeoc.org

 

Family Resources

We have resources to help your family stay strong.

 

Parent Advisory Committee

The Parent Advisory Group (PAC) is a team of parents and caregivers from Buffalo and Pepin Counties. We’re here to speak up for parents and caregivers, share our thoughts on community issues, and support Child Care Partnership’s Family Resource Program with our ideas and goals in an environment and organization that values us as equal participants. We care about making our voices heard, which in return helps all the families in our communities grow stronger.

If you are interested in joining our PAC, please contact us!

 

Family Resources

Eau Claire Family Resource Center

Chippewa Falls (River Source) Family Resource Center

St Croix Valley Family Resource Center

Head Start / Western Dairyland

Head Start / CESA 11

Wisconsin ACCESS

YoungStar

EC4T

Healthy Sleep for Infants

Healthy Sleep for Children

Family Screen Time Articles

Child Care Partnership’s Family Resource Program brings support directly to parents and caregivers in Buffalo and Pepin Counties.

We’re here to empower you to build on your family’s strengths, foster confidence, reduce stress, and deepen connections with your children. Discover a variety of services and opportunities tailored just for you, built on recognizing and celebrating your families’ strengths. Best of all, our activities and programs are available at little to no cost. We value the diversity of the community and shape our offerings to fit your unique needs, cultures, and interests. Join us in nurturing a community where every family feels right at home!

Parent Education

  • Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) Seminars
  • Triple P Informed Workshops
  • Mind in the Making
  • Positive Solutions
  • Stewards of Children
  • Five for Families or Protective Factors for Professionals

 

Play & Learn Events 

  • Collaborative partnerships in a variety of community locations
  • Literacy, music and movement opportunities
  • Activities that encourage a child’s motor, language and social development
  • Parent learning - engaging with your child and other families

 

Other programming 

  • Help finding child care
  • Payment assistance for child care
  • One-on-one parent coaching
  • Child development screenings
  • Resources for healthy eating & active lifestyles
  • Car seat safety check events
  • Support for families experiencing homelessness
  • Access to concrete supports such as food, items for infants (such as diapers, wipes, formula, car seats), hygiene and cleaning items, emergency funds for basic needs