Register for information meeting on new child care shared services network

The Wisconsin Early Education Shared Services Network (WEESSN) is expanding into our region! Attend informational meeting to learn more! Please join the WEESSN team for an information session that will contain a presentation on the history of WEESSN and how WEESSN can support family and group child care providers through pooling shared staffing, resources, knowledge, […]

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Rent Smart Virtual Workshops – Spring & Summer 2022

Rent Smart 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. Each series has 7, one-hour sessions completed in three weeks. To register, visit […]

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“Encouraging Financial Conversations” Spring Workshop Series

“Encouraging Financial Conversations” Extension will be offering a workshop series on “Encouraging Financial Conversations.” This program is open to helping professionals in Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth Counties. Encouraging Financial Conversations is a program designed for case managers, social workers, and other frontline staff to help empower clients to achieve their financial goals and manage their […]

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Virtual Child Support and Family Court Event

Caseworkers, clinicians, counselors, and other professionals who work with families are invited to attend the Child Support and Family Court FAQ.  UW-Madison, Division of Extension has convened a panel of experts to clarify child support and paternity processes in Racine County. The virtual program will be held via Zoom on: Wednesday, March 2, 9:00-11:00 AM […]

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Free Programs for Parents and Caregivers – Winter-Spring 2022

Our winter-spring schedule of programs for parents is now available.  All programs will be remote, using Zoom. Positive Solutions for Families (6 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.  Choose an afternoon […]

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Virtual Workshop – Supporting Children Affected by Parental Incarceration

Supporting Children Affected by Parental Incarceration (Virtual) Do you know a child with a parent who is incarcerated? Do you want to learn how to support the child and family?  The incarceration of a parent disrupts parent-child relationships and increases a child’s risk of experiencing behavior problems, academic challenges, and health concerns. In this workshop, participants […]

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Save the Date: Child Support and Family Court FAQ

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. Child Support & Family Court FAQ is scheduled for March 9, 2022, 8:00-11:00 at Gateway Technical College.  If we need to switch to a virtual event, dates will […]

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November – December workshops – Encouraging Financial Conversations

Extension will be offering a workshop series on “Encouraging Financial Conversations.” This program is open to helping professionals in Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth Counties. Encouraging Financial Conversations is a program designed for case managers, social workers, and other frontline staff to help empower clients to achieve their financial goals and manage their money. Participants will […]

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Rent Smart Fall 2021 Workshops (Virtual)

Rent Smart is a program to help tenants understand their rights and responsibilities in order to have a successful rental experience. The 6-session program addresses a different topic each time including budgeting for monthly expenses, comparing rentals, tips for finding affordable rentals, how to complete an application, positive communication skills, who is responsible when things […]

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