The PSN Family Resource Center offers a wide variety of services.
PSN Service Coordinators and Community Response Specialists meet with families to assist them in connecting to local resources and also serve as advocates for families. Service Coordinators and Community Response Specialists work in partnership with parents to identify potential barriers to success and focus on strengths as assets for overcoming challenges. Service Coordinators and Community Response Specialists complete multidimensional assessments with families to get a better understanding of strengths as well as areas of concern. A comprehensive case plan is then completed with the family to provide a map for achieving goals and assessing progress.
• In-Home Parenting/Parenting Classes
• Counseling & Support Groups
• Medical & Dental Services
• Family Planning & Prenatal Care
• Food Pantries & Clothing Closets
• Nutrition Education
• Early Head Start & Head Start
• School Outreach Workers
• State Benefits (Wisconsin Works (W2), BadgerCare Plus, FoodShare, Child Care)
• Family Team Meetings
Kenosha County Positive Parenting Project
Parents all over the world have the same kinds of problems. Toddler tantrums; fighting at home or at school; a child who won't go to bed; Or one who never seems to listen. The good news is the Triple P -Positive Parenting Program can help.
Triple P is a parenting program that helps make raising kids easier. It gives ideas to deal with big and small problems of family life. Triple P helps you:
• Raise happy, confident kids
• Manage kids' behavior so everyone enjoys life more
• Set family rules and routines that everyone follows
• Get along well with your kids and argue less
• Balance work and family without stress
For more information on scheduling a group Triple P presentation, contact Erin Morey at 262-697-4628.
Effective Black Parenting
Effective Black Parenting addresses parents facing special obstacles to raising confident and achieving children which are related to our nation's history of racism and prejudice. The program has a special emphasis on assisting parents in dealing with such destructive forces.
This program is the first to take into account such issues, relate to culture, and provide essential parenting tips. This evidence based program is 14 sessions that can be provided as a group or on an individual basis.
If you would like to learn more or enroll in a session, please contact Aila Jones at 262-697-4509.
Parent Talk Lunch
Free lunch offered to parents every Wednesday from 12:00 to 1:00. Various engaging and educational topics are offered each week. Check the PSN newsletter for the monthly agenda.
Register by calling 262-697-4520.
This multi-week session of facilitated conversations for women builds on the premise that talking through issues leads to a better understanding of self and others.
Lunch is included. Look for a schedule in
the PSN newsletter or call 262-697-4520 for more information
This program is offered to parents and caregivers and provides information on building protective factors in your family. Sessions also focus on early literacy activities.
Meets the third Tuesday of each month from
12:00 to 1:00. Free lunch is provided.
Call 262-697-4520 to register.
Café Talk is a facilitated discussion with other parents to explore what is needed to raise strong children, build strong relationships with your children, and take care of yourself as a parent.
Call (262) 697-4520 to schedule a Café Talk program with your church, parent, or neighborhood group.
Connecting with other parents will help you strengthen your family!