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Dads & Kids Night

The last Thursday of the month we join the Huron County Museum in a night for male caregivers and children.

See more details and dates here:

Family Crockpot Cooking

Receive a free crockpot and learn how to prepare a recipe each week to take home for your family.

Our next set of sessions starts February 1, register by January 25 here:


A peer support group for siblings of children who have a disability, autism, or a mental health concern.

Check out upcoming dates in our event calendar:

Family Nature Explorers

Let's explore nature together in all seasons! Snacks and activities provided.

Once a season from now until spring 2024, learn more here:

Family Community Garden

Become connected with nature and learn how our food grows across the growing season.

This program is done for this year, sign up to our mailing list for future offerings:

Nobody's Perfect

A participant-centered approach to supporting parents in learning and building upon positive parenting skills.


Learn more here:

Circle of Security

Caregivers learn how to support their children's ability to manage emotions and feeling of security.


Learn more here:

Virtual Book Club

A guided group book study of What Happened to You? by Dr. Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey.

Our next book club starts up on February 5, learn more here:

Walk & Talk

A social group for caregivers and their children with fun activities and parenting information and discussions.

See more details and dates here:

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

A peer support group for grandparent caregivers.

Twice a month events (both virtual and in-person), find more information here:

Parking Lot Conversations

Our parent support staff drive around with the Mobile Food Bank to answer questions, provide resources, or assist with community support navigation.


See dates and locations here:

Caregiver Connections

A support group for caregivers raising children with disabilities, autism, or mental health concerns.

See more details and dates here:

Helping Children with Loss

A program for parents to receive practical knowledge for supporting children who are experiencing the loss of a loved one, separation/divorce, loss of a pet, moving, etc.

Registration closed, sign up to our mailing list for future offerings:

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