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PARENT ON-LINE RESOURCES GUIDE: KINDERGARTEN AT DANIEL AXFORD Mrs. Kreilach. Table of Contents. I. Community Mental Health Sites II. Community Sites III. Department of Human Services IV. Education Sites Including Families With Special
I. Community Mental Health Sites
II. Community Sites
III. Department of Human Services
IV. Education Sites Including Families With Special
V. Health Department and Other Health Related
VI. Miscellaneous Parenting Sites
VII. Oakland County Parks and Trails
VIII. State of Michigan Site
Notmykid.org:ABOUT NOTMYKID: A site to help families with tough choices, tough family issues, including mental health, substance abuse, eating disorders, and more. VISION- All youth, families and communities have the skills and information necessary to make positive life choices. MISSION- To empower youth to reach their full potential by inspiring positive life choices. GUIDING VALUES AND PRINCIPLES-At notMYkid, the following values and principles guide our daily operations:Credibility- Consistently deliver high quality programs and credible informationIntegrity - Act with integrity and uphold the highest ethical standardsAccountability- Be accountable to our supporters and the community in all we doRespect- Treat others with respect, honesty and compassionInnovation - Encourage continuous learning, innovation and calculated risk-takingInclusiveness- Foster a culture of inclusiveness and collaborationAction- Challenge current beliefs and behaviors while inspiring actionhttp://www.notmykid.org/about-us.aspx
For all of your questions regarding the mental health of your entire family.
A. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America
B. Oxford Junior Wildcats
C. Oxford Parks and Recreation Site
E. Oxford Addison Youth Assistance
F. Village of Oxford Site
The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America consists of more than 300 local centers. The local councils help chartered organizations in their locale to use the scouting program effectively and to help the program expand. Click the link below to locate your local chapter of the Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts of America.
The mission of the Oxford Junior Wildcats is to provide the youth of Oxford and surrounding communities with a fun-filled, educational program using football and cheer leading to promote friendship, teamwork and a healthy physical lifestyle.
Parks and Recreation of Oxford- Sponsored Programs:
Great Lakes Elite GymnasticsBritish Soccer CampsNorth Oakland Tae Kwon DoNorth Oakland Blue DragonsInside Out FitnessClose to My HeartSweetapple Performing Arts OM WellnessBanbury Cross Therapeutic Equestrian Center
OXFORD RECREATIONAL BASEBALL ASSOCIATIONOxford Recreational Baseball Association • P.O. Box 608 • Oxford, MI 48371Welcome to the new O.R.B.A. website. This is the new home for all information related to O.R.B.A. Baseball. This website was designed to make our services more user friendly for the coaches, players and parents.http://www.orbabaseball.com/
Oxford Addison Youth AssistanceThis link will lead you to the Youth Assistance programs for all of Oakland County. Strengthening families, children and youth across Oakland County is what we do.
For your questions about our departments, 2009 meeting minutes, Village taxes, Village Council, schedule, water quality, commissions, links, administration and events, go to our web-site below.
Health and Human Services Division
An Oakland County Departmentof Health & Human Services DivisionThe Health and Human Services Division provides health services for the public, businesses and educational communities.Top Online Programs and Services-Click on any of the following blue-green links below for more information.Clinic ServicesCommunicable DiseaseEmergency PreparednessEnvironmental HealthHealthy Babies/Safe PregnanciesHealthy LifestylesImmunizationsNurse on CallPublic Health NursingSchool HealthSubstance AbuseSeniors CitizensWomen, Infants and Children (WIC)
This site is for your questions regarding services for families and individuals in the state of Michigan.
Includes adoption, adult programs, child welfare reform, children’s service, foster care, interstate compact, juvenile justice, child abuse, protective services, special services, and youth programs, among many more.
(Including Families With Special Needs Students)
C. Great Internet Links ( through the Oxford Schools
D. Learning Disabilities Online (Special Ed. Process)
E. Our School Home Page
F. Oxford Area Schools Kindergarten Curriculum Guide
CHADD:Children and Adults With Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder:This site answers your questions and concernsregarding Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in children and adults.
The official U.S. Department of Education Web-Site. For all of your questions regarding education from a national stand point.
Click below to find a plethora of great educational sites for the entire family.
LD(Learning Disabilities) On-LineA resource for information for your questions about special needs students and to walk you through the special education process.
Kindergarten Curriculum Guide- The link below provides you with an up-to-date curriculum guide for kindergarten in the Oxford Community Area Schools.
A. Center for Disease Control
B. Oakland County Health Department
Center For Disease Control:Emergency Preparedness and ResponseClick on the Blue/Green links below for information regarding natural disasters and current health issues.Floods - Learn how to stay safe during and after a flood.. Tsunamis - Learn more about Tsunamis. 2009 H1N1 Flu - CDC investigates human cases. This site is intended to increase the nation's ability to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies.
Oakland County Health DepartmentThis site is helpful for all residents of Oakland County for questions regarding the health of your entire family.
A Federally funded school lunch program which operates in public and non-profit educational institutions and provides free and reduced lunches.
Parenthood.comA complete guide to all of your parenting questions, from conception to pregnancy, to childbirth, to taking care of your child and more!
Oakland County Parks has moved to a new destination called DestinationOakland.com. It is a site for residents and visitors alike. It provides a doorway into all there is to see and do in Oakland County, Michigan.
You'll find information about what there is to see in our natural areas and resources to help you preserve and enjoy the environment.http://www.destinationoakland.com/Pages/default.aspx
The Paint Creek Trail connects the communities of Rochester, Rochester Hills, Orion Township, Oakland Township and the Village of Lake Orion in Oakland County, Michigan.
The Polly Ann Trail is 14.2 mile long and is non-motorized. It is located in Oakland County Michigan in the suburbs of Detroit.
The trail connects Orion Township, Oxford Township, the Village of Oxford,Addison Township, and the Village of Leonard.
www.michigan.gov An Official State of Michigan Web-siteYour guide to answers for your questions regarding the state of Michigan- Office of the Governor-Jennifer Granholm