Child Network Brochure

Young Parents Classes are held on Thursdays evenings at the Fond du Lac Tribal Community College from 5-7pm and is co-facilitated by a  Public Health Nurse and an ECFE Instructor.

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Young Parents Class is a collaborative effort of Carlton County CHILD Network. It is funded in part by a grant from the Carlton County Children and Family Services Collaborative.

Young Parents Helps Parents . . .””

  • feel supported
  • learn and grow
  • play with their children
  • become better parents
  • meet friends
  • find resources
  • have fun

What to expect:

  • ”Family Style” meals
  • Parent-Child “Together Time” and free child care provided.
  • ”Parent Talk” time includes interesting guest speakers, topics of interest, fun projects and activities for children and parents.
  • Dads may choose to meet separately with father mentor

Parents attending class may be eligible for these benefits:

  • Credit towards high school graduation
  • If you are still in high school you can earn one half credit per year. If you start later in the year we will work with your school counselor to help you plan how you can obtain the credit needed.
  • Talk with your MFIP worker about how Young Parents Class might fit into your workplan.

Young Parents Class is of no direct cost to you. Costs are covered through some insurance companies, Carlton County Family & Children Services  Collaborative, and other funding sources (federal, state, and local)