Strengthening Families Program
Who: Parents or Caregivers and their youth ages 4-10
What: The Strengthening Families Program consists of 10 sessions
When: One day a week
Dates: Tuesdays, February 26 – April 23, 2019
5pm-7:30pm each night
Please register ASAP to help us coordinate meals and space.
Where: Red Creek Elementary School
410 County Hwy A, BRF, WI. 54615
- Meet other parents and children from the community.
- Help participants build on their strengths in showing love and setting limits.
- Help youth develop skills in handling stress, peer pressure, and building a positive future.
- Have fun with the family.
- Gift basket for each family, family portrait at end of program!!
There is no cost to attend the program and we have many family incentives for attending!!
Child care provided upon request for children ages 3 and under.
To register please contact (deadline for registration will be February 22, 2019 @ 4pm):
Jackson County UW-Extension
227 S. 11th St.
Black River Falls, WI. 54615
Nate Jahn, Together For Jackson County Kids Coordinator
You can also register via Facebook (Strengthening Families) or at our website www.tfjck.org , under the “Programs” tab.
Outdoor Sharps Disposal Box now open to Jackson County Residents
at NO COST!
This outdoor sharps disposal box is located at:
The Jackson County Recycling Center
115 Harrison Street
Black River Falls, WI.
Questions? Contact Lisa at 715-284-6012 or Monica at 715-284-4257
The Strengthening Families Program (for parents and youth age 4-14) will begin on Tuesday, September 22, at a location in Black River Falls, to be determined. Registered families will attend this program every Tuesday for 12 weeks (youth ages 4-10) or 7 weeks (youth ages 11-14). Contact at 715-284-4257, if you wish to attend and take advantage of this opportunity.
Two deaths in just the last weekend. Overdoses becoming rapidly more frequent in Jackson County.
Two suspects were recently charged with making meth in their room at an area hotel last month. A third suspect is still being searched for.
Together for Jackson County Kids is having a scary movie night Halloween at the Falls Cinema in Black River Falls in honor of Red Ribbon Week. Teens who wear red or come in a costume get in to see the movie for free. We will be showing Insidious 2 rated PG-13. Movie starts at 7pm.