About the Family Resource Center
The Family Resource Center of Sheboygan County was established in 1997 as a nonprofit organization and is dedicated to supporting young children, their families, and adults through parenting education and adult literacy programs, which are both offered free of charge.
Providing families and individuals of Sheboygan County with educational programming and resources to support a connected and thriving community.
Sheboygan County families are informed and literate, having the tools to make confident and healthy decisions for themselves and their families.
Parents As Teachers Program
Parents as Teachers is a federally-approved, evidence-based home visitation program with a vision that all children, birth to school entry, will be safe, healthy, and thrive in supportive, nurturing, and loving families, and will start school ready to learn. Through monthly or biweekly home visits, trained, certified Parent Educators provide timely child development information, screenings, and answer parents’ questions.
Sheboygan County Literacy Council
The Literacy Council provides adult learners one-on-one tutoring by trained volunteer tutors to help them learn how to read, write, and/or speak English better. The Literacy Council also teaches U.S. Citizenship classes at Lakeshore Technical College and offers a Workplace Literacy program, where basic English classes are offered to area businesses.