Join Mr. Jon for storytime! Published by Chicago Public Museum, this picture book shares an important message about social acceptance, race, and inclusion. Use the following discussion questions after the video to further the conversation, encourage acceptance, and...
Children are affected in many different ways by exposure to domestic and sexual violence. The Women’s Center offers advocacy and support groups for children and teens who have witnessed family violence or who have been the victim of sexual abuse/assault.
We provide youth with safe spaces to express their feelings, receive support, and build resiliency as they grow on their own healing journey. These programs are available to children and teens of all genders, whether or not they are staying in our emergency shelter.
For more information or to be connected to a Youth Advocate, please call 262.547.4600 or email us.
Deep Breathing Exercises
Youth Advocate, Mr. Jon, will show you how to do some deep breathing exercises that help your body calm down and your mind to focus.
Storytime: “I’m Gonna Push Through”
Join Ms. Rachel for storytime! This is an empowering, energetic, and all-inclusive picture book that celebrates resilience in the face of adversity. Use the following discussion questions to encourage your child to stay positive: Which of the figures discussed in this...
Making a Family Activities Jar
Ms. Rachel will show you how to make a family activities jar that you can use whenever you need a fun idea for family time! If you would like to do this activity and need supplies, contact your advocate or call our 24-Hour Hotline at 262.542.3828.
Creating a Daily Schedule
Ms. Rachel & Mr. Jon will show your child how to create a daily schedule to manage their daily routine, school work, and free time during the COVID-19 quarantine!