Parenting can sometimes be a demanding job, especially for parents with young children. If you are pregnant or a parent with a child age 10 or under, and you are having a hard time caring for your child in the way you want to, this program may be right for you. This program is voluntary and focuses on prevention and the family’s strengths and needs.
What can the Parent Support Outreach Program help me with?
The Parent Support Outreach Program can provide short-term support to families in their efforts to provide healthy, nurturing homes free of abuse and neglect with the following:
Help families build connections with relatives, friends, and community members.
Help families access funds to meet their needs, such as
Utility and Rental Assistance
Clothing and Grocery Referrals
County Benefits such as Cash, Food and Child-Care Costs
Access to School Supplies
Help families access therapeutic services such as:
Chemical Dependency Treatment
Waiver and Case Management Services
Help families access time-limited parenting education and support services for parents struggling with children’s behavioral issues.
Help to find housing and transportation.
Help access educational planning and career development services.
Help with locating daycare.
Help with connecting to local support groups.
Find out more:
For additional information on services available, contact Winona County Health and Human Services at 507-457-6500