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The Sheboygan County Community Partnership for Children (SCCPC) is a cradle to career initiative focused on prevention and support for children, their families and caregivers. 

The MISSION is to develop and support a coordinated system to address the diverse needs of Sheboygan County’s children and their families and caregivers, with the VISION that all Sheboygan County children are safe, healthy and prepared to grow, learn and achieve. 


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Coordinated Programs & Activities: 

  • Welcome Baby Program
  • Community Developmental Screening Events
  • Parent Café Workshops
  • Born Learning Trails

 

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Priorities:

  • Strong family support systems 
  • Healthy child development
  • Safe environments for children 
  • Awareness & access to resources

  Quarterly coalition planning meeting

Quarterly coalition planning meeting

History: 

In 2014, United Way of Sheboygan County began to look at programs and activities that could be developed that focus on prevention. These opportunities are to support family resiliency and focus on children ages prenatal through five-years-old. Beginning conversations led to a Community Conversation event in June of 2015. As interest grew within many organizations, a coalition started to form. With the help of donors, other early learning initiatives in surrounding counties, and partners from local organizations, the plan was set in motion. 

The Sheboygan County Community Partnership for Children (SCCPC) formed in 2016 with the support of United Way of Sheboygan County and a team of experts from healthcare, government, education, nonprofit organizations, businesses and individuals in the community that continues to grow to this day. Through this collaboration, the SCCPC is able to address the needs of families in Sheboygan County. 


Children who receive high quality early education are...

More Likely to

Show improved reading
Show improved math
Stay in school longer
Graduate from high school
Attend a four-year college

Less Likely to

Drop out of school
Repeat grade levels
Be placed in special education