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Child Support and Family Court FAQ 2023 Save the Date

Racine County’s annual Child Support and Family Court FAQ is an opportunity for professionals who work with families to hear updates and ask for clarification about child support and family court processes and requirements.   Please save the date for the Child Support & Family Court FAQ scheduled for March 3, 2022, 8:00-11:30 at Gateway Technical College, Racine Campus. See Child Support and Family Court FAQ, Save the Date […]

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2022 Family Resource Directory and QuickList

Racine County is home to numerous community-based organizations and government programs that improve the quality of life of its residents. In efforts to ensure that Racine County families, can easily access the information that they need when they need it, Extension Racine County reminds families of the various sources of community resource information. The Racine […]

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November Workshop – Thriving With Your Spirited Child

The Early Learning Series for early care and education providers will present the workshop, “Thriving With Your Spirited Child”. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, November 30 from 6:30-8:30 PM at the Ives Grove Auditorium in Sturtevant. The cost for the workshop is $10 for 2.0 Registry Credits. The deadline to register is November […]

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Register for the Western Racine County Networking Event

Registration is now open for the Western Racine County Networking event. Staff who work for child, youth, and family serving organizations are invited to attend the annual Racine County networking breakfasts. Attendees will have the opportunity to share information about their programs and market their organizations through table displays. A free copy of the 2022 […]

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FREE Programs for Parents/Caregivers

Our fall 2022 schedule of programs for parents and caregivers is now available.  All programs will be remote, using Zoom. Positive Solutions for Families (5 sessions).  This is a comprehensive program providing many strategies parents can use to help their children learn important social skills, understand what is expected of them, and manage their feelings.  […]

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Fall Rent Smart Workshops (Virtual)

Rent Smart Workshops – Fall 2022 The Rent Smart workshop series helps tenants understand their rights and responsibilities such as finding a rental, pre-rental inspection, who is responsible for repairs, eviction, effective landlord/tenant communication, and more. The free workshops are held via Zoom and run monthly. To register, visit https://go.wisc.edu/Rentsmartregister September 2022: Tuesday and Thursdays […]

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Join 4-H – Open House on August 23

Join 4-H – Open House on August 23 The 4-H program empowers young people to learn by participating in hands-on projects from a wide variety of areas, such as citizenship communication, health, science, and agriculture. There is something for everyone! Programs start with youth in Kindergarten and go all the way through one year past high […]

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Western Racine County Networking Event – Oct. 20, 2022

Save the date for the Annual Western Racine County Networking Event! The event will be held on Thursday, October 20 from 8:30-10:00 AM at Community United Methodist Church. Staff who work for child, youth, and family serving organizations are invited to attend the annual networking event. Attendees will have the opportunity to share information about […]

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Planning AHEAD Virtual Workshop Series

Planning AHEAD is an end-of-life planning curriculum for all ages developed by UW–Madison Division of Extension, This 7-session research-based program will help participants understand how to prepare for the end of life for themselves or a loved one, and why it’s important to have a plan in place. Topics include: handling financial changes, advance medical […]

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