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LP6 Community Resource File

Directions:
It is critical as a child care professional that you are aware of community resources available to you and
even more importantly, know how to access them. A "library" of services will prove to be important to you
once working in the field. Develop a resource file of community agencies following the criteria in the
scoring guide.

LP6 Community Resource File


Scoring Guide
Scoring Standard
You must achieve a 2 rating on each of the criterion to demonstrate competence.
Work receiving a 0 or 1 will be returned, for student to revise and resubmit. If revised within one
week of due date, no points will be deducted for resubmission.
Rating Scale:
4-Excellent Quality - Work meets expectations for criterion fully and effectively. Work exceeds
requirements of criterion with high level of accuracy, creativity, or attention to detail.
3- Above Average Quality - Work meets expectations for criterion fully and effectively. Work shows
understanding of concepts and attainment of competencies.
2- Average Quality - Work is satisfactory. Work shows adequate understanding of concepts and meets
requirements, but some revision may be recommended.
1- Minimal Quality - Work is unsatisfactory, showing only minimal understanding of concepts. Major
revisions are needed.
0- Unacceptable - Work is unsatisfactory, showing no evidence of understanding of concepts. Criteria are
either missing or incorrectly applied. Work must be revised.
Scoring Guide Criteria
Self-Score
Instructor
Score
Resource file includes a minimum of 25 different agencies or
organizations that may provide services or information and support 4
0 1 2 3 4
for children and families.
Each agency listed includes name, address, phone number, email,
and a contact name (when possible).
4
0 1 2 3 4
Listing for each agency is accompanied with a brief description of
services provided and eligibility requirements.
4
0 1 2 3 4
Resource file includes a minimum of 10 brochures from the
agencies listed in the file.
2
No 0 Yes 1 2
Resource file identifies a minimum of five local community
agencies or organizations (others may be state or national
2
No 0 Yes 1 2
organizations).
At least 20 listings include websites with the name of the website
and the link address
2
No 0 Yes 1 2
Resource file covers a variety of services for children and families,
and adheres to principles of anti-bias and respect for diversity
2
No 0 Yes 1 2
Resource file is neat and well organized, with agencies grouped
under headings by type of services provided.
2
No 0 Yes 1 2
Resource file applies standard rules of language structure
including grammar, spelling and punctuation.
2
No 0 Yes 1 2
Resource file is submitted electronically
2
No 0 Yes 1 2

Scoring guide and self-assessment is included with submission of


assessment. (Copy and paste this scoring guide or save it and
type in this document. Highlight, bold, or type in the number you
think you have earned in the next column).
Document is saved with the students name as indicated in syllabus
and correctly submitted to the grade book through the learning
plan.
Assessment was submitted on time. Additional points may be
deducted for late work as indicated in the syllabus.
Total Points and Comments if necessary:

No 0 Yes 1 2

No 0 Yes 1 2

No 0
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No 0 Yes 1 2
________/32

Community Agencies
Name: N.E.W Clinic (with brochure)
Address: 2740 W. Mason Street. Green Bay WI 54302
Phone number: (920) 498-5436
E-mail: newclinic@nwtc.edu
Website: www.newcommunityclinic.org
Description: A teaching medical clinic that serves uninsured patients. The services
available are Nurse Practitioners/Volunteer Physicians, Non-emergency acute care,
Chronic illness, Prevention and wellness services.
Name: Wisconsin Job Center (with brochure)
Address: 701 Cherry Street, Green Bay WI 54301
Phone Number: (920) 448-6760
E-mail: (multiple e-mails on site depending what department you are interested in)
Website: www.browncountyjobcenter.org
Description: Helps adults to find work, and get job training in fields of interest. They are
also able to do referrals to supportive services or agencies.
Name: Cerebral Palsy, Inc. (with brochure)
Address: 2801 South Webster Avenue Green Bay, WI 54301
Phone Number: (920) 337-1122
E-mail: (multiple e-mails on site depending what department you are interested in)
Website:www.cp-center.org
Description: The CP center has many different services and is able to provide
evaluations and services for special needs for adults and children as well as an aquatic
center and daycare facility.
Name: Family & Childcare Resource of N.E.W. (with brochure)
Address: 201 W. Walnut St. ste 100 Green Bay, WI 54303
Phone Number: (920) 432-8899
E-mail: fornew@fcrnew.org
Website: www.fcrnew.org
Description: The resource center is used for childcare resources & referrals, parenting
assistance, and family services.

Healthcare
Name: United Healthcare (with brochure)
Address: 10701 W Research Drive , Milwaukee , WI 53226
Phone Number: 1-800-504-9660
E-mail: Wisconsin_PR_Team@uhc.com
Website:www.uhc.com
Description: Provides care with vision, mental health/substance abuse, and healthy
first steps (pregnancy program).
Name: St. Marys (with brochure)
Address: 1726 Shawano Ave., Green Bay WI 54301
Phone Number: (920) 498-4205
E-mail: (depends on which department you are trying to contact)
Website: www.stmgb.org
Description: Provides care with medical conditions, mind & spirit, and lifestyle &
wellness.
Name: Bellin Health (with brochure)
Address: 744 South Webster Ave, Green Bay WI
Phone Number: (920) 433-3500
E-mail: (depends on which department you are trying to contact)
Website:www.bellin.org
Description: A medical health facility.
Name: St. Vincent Hospital (with brochure)
Address:835 South Van Buren Street, Green Bay WI 54302
Phone Number: (920) 433-0111
E-mail: (depends on which department you are trying to contact)
Website: http://www.stvincenthospital.org
Description: A medical health facility.
Name: Healthy Eating
Address: 300 North Broadway, Suite 3A, P.O. Box 1600, Green Bay WI 54305
Phone Number: (920) 593-3407
E-mail: info@live54218.org
Website: live54218.org
Description: Education on what to eat or to serve children and healthy living.
Name: YWCA
Address: 230 S. Madison St. Green Bay, WI
Phone Number: (920) 432-5581
E-mail: Click on contact us and the site sends a direct e-mail
Website: http://ywcagreenbay.org

Description: The YWCA is a health and wellness center that provides services and
classes for adults and children alike. They also provide childcare and swimming
classes.
Name: YMCA
Address: 1740 S. Huron Rd Green Bay, WI
Phone Number: (920) 436-9622
E-mail: Click on contact us and the site sends a direct e-mail
Website: http://www.greenbayymca.org
Description: We are a cause driven non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening
our communities in spirit, mind and body. Much more than just a fitness center, we focus
on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility as well. At the Y we know
we aren't simply in the community, but a part of it, and when we strengthen others we
strengthen ourselves

Domestic Abuse Shelters


Name: Golden House (with brochure)
Address: 1120 University Ave, Green Bay WI 54302
Phone Number: (920) 435-0100
E-mail: info@goldenhousegb.org
Website: goldenhousegb.org
Description: Provides help with domestic abuse for women, children and families.
Name: House of Hope (with brochure)
Address: 1660 Christiana Street, Green Bay, WI
Phone Number: (920) 884-6740
E-mail: info@houseofhopegb.org
Website: www.houseofhopegb.org
Description: Provides help with domestic abuse for women, children and families.
Name: Catholic Charities
Address: 1825 Riverside Drive, Green Bay, WI
Phone Number: (920) 272-8234
E-mail: Click their e-mail link and it will automatically send an e-mail to them
Website: http://www.gbdioc.org/
Description: Provides help and counseling with domestic abuse while using faith and
support of the Catholic community.

Name: Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin


Address: 211 S. Paterson St., Suite 250, Madison WI 53703
Phone Number: (608) 256-3374
E-mail: pcawi@preventchildabusewi.org
Website: www.preventchildabusewi.org
Description: builds community resources, provides training and public awareness and
carries out advocacy activities in order to strengthen child abuse prevention efforts in
Wisconsin

Child Friendly Activities (low cost under $10)


Name: Bay Beach Amusement Park (with brochure)
Address: 1313 Bay Beach rd., Green Bay WI
Phone Number: (920) 391-3671
E-mail: click their e-mail link and it will automatically send an e-mail to them
Website: www.baybeach.org
Description: An amusement park with rides and a park. Prices are .25 per ticket. Most
rides are 1 or 2 tickets per ride. Food is available or you are able to bring your own
lunch.
Name: Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary (with brochure)
Address: 1640 East Shore Drive, Green Bay WI
Phone Number: (920) 391-3671
E-mail:wls@greenbaywi.gov
Website: http://www.baybeachwildlife.com/
Description: A 700-arce wildlife refuge that features trails, as well as educational and
live animals exhibits. The sanctuary is free unless you want to feed the ducks. $1 per
bag of corn.
Name: NEW Zoo
Address: 4378 Reforestation Road, Green Bay WI 54313
Phone Number: (920) 434-7841
E-mail:
Website: http://www.newzoo.org/
Description: Your NEW Zoo is an always new natural adventure that promotes
recreation, education, and conservation through encounters with live animals. Provide
entertaining and rewarding family recreation. Provide well-planned exhibits with an
interpretive program which encourages a greater appreciation of the living world.
Provide for the propagation of selected endangered species to help ensure their
survival.
Name: National Railroad Museum (with brochure)
Address: 2285 S. Broadway, Green Bay WI
Phone Number: (920) 437-7623
E-mail: Click on contact us and then you are able to e-mail them directly from the space
provided
Website: http://www.nationalrrmuseum.org
Description: A museum where you are able to walk around and learn the history of
trains as well as go on a train ride. Great for all ages.

Name: The Childrens Museum (with brochure)


Address: 301 N. Washington St., Green Bay WI 54301
Phone Number: (920) 432-4397
E-mail: gbcmuseum@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.gbchildrensmuseum.org/
Description: The museum offers ten interactive galleries and make and take stations
for children to do hands on activities.

Transportation
Name: Work-N-Wheels (Newcap Program)
Phone: 920-834-4621
Address: 1201 Main Street, Oconto, WI 54153
E-mail: daveleisner@newcap.org
Contact Info: Dave Leisner
Website: www.newcap.org/index.php
Description: Helps income-eligible people obtain a vehicle to get to work related
activities. No interest loan up to $4,500 to purchase or $1,000 for repairs. Payments
range from $120 to $150 a month. For residents of Oconto and Marinette County.

Special Needs
Name: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Phone: 800-638-8255
Address:2200 Research Boulevard, Rockville, MD 20850-3289
E-mail: actioncenter@asha.org
Website: www.asha.org/proserv/
Description: Audiologist use several different tests to help determine the type and
degree of hearing loss. After that audiologists will help you understand your childs
hearing loss and will recommend what to do next. Early intervention and help develop
the skills necessary to reach his/her communication potential.
Name: Innovative Counseling, Inc.
Phone: 920-497-6161
Address: 1499 6th Street, Green Bay, WI 54304
E-mail:
Website: www.Innovativecounseling.com
Description: Provides quality professional mental health and autism treatment where
clients are partners in their treatments. Offers occupational and physical therapy to both
children and adults with special needs as well as offering outpatient counseling open to
anyone in the community. Office hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Friday. Evening
and weekend therapy available at discretion of individual therapists.

Human Services
Name: Pals Program
Address:111 North Jefferson St. Green Bay WI 22188
Phone Number: (920)448-6023
E-mail:
Website:
Description: The Pals Program is directed towards 3-7 year olds. This is a volunteer
program sponsored by BCHSD. The purpose of the program is to give a child help and
guidance from a 3rd party.
Name: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin
Address: 1345 West Mason Green Bay, WI 54302
Phone Number: (920) 498-2227
E-mail: info@bbbsnew.org
Website: www.bbbsnw.org
Description: A mentoring program for children.