Website By: A.G. Mesenbrink

Social 
Connections
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Make time to unwind with social connections. There is a great need for friends, family, and neighbors who care. The community can help by providing concrete assistance and opportunities for others to give back to their community

What it looks like:

Positive relationships that provide emotional informational, instrumental, and spiritual support by:

a) building trusting relationships; feeling respected and appreciated

b) having friends, family members, neighbors, and others who:

  • provide emotional support (e.g., affirming parenting skills)

  • provide instrumental support/serve as a resource for parenting information

  • provide spiritual support (e.g., providing hope and encouragement)

  • provide an opportunity to engage with others in a positive manner

  • help solve problems

  • help buffer parents from stressors

  • reduce feelings of isolation

  • promote meaningful interactions in a context of mutual trust and respect​​

c) having a sense of connectedness that enables parents to feel secure,            confident and empowered to ''give back'' to others

N. Idaho Parent Social Connections Resources
Family Events Calendar 
Coeur d'Alene Classes and Events 
VolunteerUnited

The North Idaho Family Magazine helps to inform families of events in their area. Find craft fairs, trail runs, book readings, and much more to explore in North Idaho with your child.

The Coeur d'Alene Press list of upcoming classes and events in the Coeur d'Alene area.

Find local opportunities to give back to your community on VolunteerUnited. Search by multiple fields including county, age, or interest. Can't find what you're looking for? Try contacting United Way of North Idaho for even more options.

Emerge

Emerge is a collective art experience engaging all members of the community in a variety of high quality creative outlets. Free classes in a range of mediums are offered at least once a month.