SHEBOYGAN COUNTY PARENT CAFÉS
March 9 ♦ April 6 ♦ May 4
Come together to virtually talk, listen, and support others who have similar successes and challenges. Dine with us — in your home. Spring prizes!
See flyer for details and whom to call for Zoom links!
SHEBOYGAN ZOOM PARENT CAFÉS
Come together virtually to talk, listen and support other parents who have similar successes and challenges.
Sign up NOW for the upcoming Fall 2020 Sheboygan Parent Cafes. Your home via Zoom 6:00-7:30 PM. The first 10 people who register and attend will receive a $10 gift card!
For more information, contact Terri Schultze, 920-457-1999 or email@example.com
New and Exciting at “The Bridge” WIRCO Recovery Community Center
We are pleased to announce the naming of our new Recovery Community Center, now known as The Bridge! There has been much growth since we opened and we continue to expand our programs. Starting in August, we will offer a Mindfulness Meditation group on Tuesdays from 10-11am. On Wednesdays, we will offer Alateen from 3-4pm. The Mindfulness Meditation program is for anyone interested in learning more about mindfulness and how to use meditation in this time of chaos to ground yourself and bring awareness to the present moment. Our Alateen group is designed to help young people affected by another person’s use of alcohol or drugs and will be a great resource for adolescents. We are also working on our first major fundraiser for The Bridge called 24 Hours of Recovery. It features live speakers every hour for 24 hours for September – National Recovery Month. Watch for more news on this fun and exciting event soon!
We continue to host meetings at The Bridge (masks are required, and we can supply them if needed) and will continue to support the recovery community. Please check out our website “wirco.org” or our Facebook page “WIRCO Sheboygan” https://www.facebook.com/wircos/ for our calendar and more!
Thank you for your continued support to our mission: WIRCO seeks to establish and sustain a Recovery Community Organization and Center that embraces all pathways to recovery and support all individuals impacted by the disease of addiction through education and coaching, programming, referrals, and advocacy.
The Bridge – Get Connected, Stay Connected!
734 Erie Avenue (behind Usadel’s)
For more information about WIRCO, or if you are in need of services, please contact us at 920-234-5016 or online at wirco.org.
Black lives and racial equality matter. The “Community Action Program” was born of the War on Poverty and is, therefore, linked to the civil rights movement. As great social and economic unrest consumes our state and nation, we must renew and deepen our commitment to racial and ethnic equality. We must recognize our common humanity and kinship with all people. Lakeshore CAP stands together with all who work daily toward a more just culture of racial equity and economic opportunity.
For rental assistance due to loss of income from COVID-19, please apply at: https://lakeshorecap.org