for parents

Part of re:TH!NK's mission is to serve as a resource for the community. We can connect you with the resources you need to make safe and healthy decisions. If you can't find what you're looking for, don't hesitate to contact us. We are here for you.

Fox Valley Region Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery


The Treatment Pillar of the Heroin Task Force created a guide to substance abuse treatment and recovery suppport for the Fox Valley. This guide contains information on residential/outpatient treatment services, adolescent treatment services, sober living, crisis services, medically assisted therapy programs, and so much more. All of the services listed are in the area from Green Bay to Fond Du Lac.

If you would like to download a copy please click here.



Parents You Matter to Your Teen

StepBrochure CoverThis resource handout supports parents by providing information, resources and solutions regarding various issues that impact teens. Local data from the 2012 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) from both private and public middle and high school students within Winnebago County is incorporated into the "What local Teens Say" included in each section of the handout. Each teen issue also includes a section that addresses "3 Things You Can Do NOW!" to positively impact teens.

Local parents, volunteers, community agencies and the Winnebago County Health Department worked together to create this staggered handout for the parents of middle and high school students. 

Real Happy Hour 

RHH LogoThe Real Happy Hour is a local, community-wide campaign in Marathon, Winnebago, Calumet, and Outagamie counties that focuses on the importance that family mealtime  has for children and teens. Family dinners provide the perfect opportunity when children and teens can talk to their parents and parents can listen and learn. The website can provide parents with tools that will help make family dinners a time to Talk, Listen, and Connect. To learn more, please visit





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