Co-Parenting: Supporting Children During Divorce

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Co-Parenting Info & Registration Form 2018

The Supporting Children During Divorce: Co-Parenting is a mandatory program that focuses on the child or children’s experience of divorce and highlights specific co-parenting skills for parents. The program assists parents in understanding and responding to the needs of their children before, during, and after divorce.  Guidelines on cooperative parenting and keeping children “out of the middle” provided.

Session Length:  One (4 hour) session
  • Appleton sessions are held at the Calumet County Human Service office, 2306 S. Oneida Street in Room 209
  • Chilton sessions are held at the Calumet County Courthouse, 206 Court Street in Room 017 (use entrance on west side of building)

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Apart, Not Broken: Learn, Connect, Create

Are you a Father going through divorce or separation? Apart, Not Broken gives Fathers the opportunity to:

  • Learn by hearing the experiences and insights of other separated and divorced fathers.
  • Connect with others and
    learn strategies to connect with your children and make the relationship with your ex-partner manageable.
  • Create the relationship you want with your child by building on existing strengths, starting new traditions, and creating lasting memories.

This free, confidential on-line class can be taken at anytime and consists of twelve, 30 minutes sessions. Class begins when you enroll and can be taken anywhere you have internet access.

Click on Apart, Not Broken for more program details and registration.

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If you have any questions regarding co-parenting topics or classes, please contact Kris Hanson in the Department of Human Services 920-849-1400 ext. 4087.