Early Childhood Interagency Council
To encourage and facilitate seamless, comprehensive services in Burnett County that support families with young children through:
- Informing families, agencies, organizations and the community about resources and services
- Educating ourselves and other providers about available services
- Promoting networks among providers that serve families
Burnett County families with young children will be informed and have access to available resources and services to better our community.
provides referrals to parents looking for child care and preschools, information on how to choose safe, appropriate child care, and training/ technical assistance for child care providers.800-733-KIDS (715-634-2299)
partners with parents and the community to offer play-groups, Baby-Go-Round (gently used clothing), supervised visitation services and a home visiting program by a parent educator. Family fun events such as farm tours, holiday parties and many other activities offered throughout the county. No cost for activities & services.715-349-2922
Kiddie Campus Childcare
Child Care Center providing comprehensive services and a preschool curriculum offered. Partnered with Early Head Start to provide high quality standard of care and teacher qualifications.
Kid Central Preschool and Child Care
Child Care Center providing day, night and weekend care. Preschool services and curriculum offered and partnered with Early Head Start to provide high quality standard of care and teacher qualifications. Conveniently located between Siren and Webster. Transportation provided by both school districts for before and after school. Providing a school age program Kid Camp during summer months too!
provides primary care, specialty care, and emergency services, as well as vaccinations. BMC offers the ‘Reach Out and Read’ program, where children ages 6 months to 5 years receive a free book at their well child visits.715-463-5353
Children & Youth With Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN)
provides support and services for families with children with disabilities and/or special health care needs.715-349-7600
Early Childhood Special Education
serves children 3 to 6 years old who have a developmental delay. Parents or others may refer a child for evaluation if there are concerns regarding a child’s development. Children are evaluated in the child’s school district of residence, then staff and parents review the evaluation and determine if the child qualifies for services and how to best meet the child’s needs. Services are free.Grantsburg 715-463-2320 Siren 715-349-2278 Webster 715-866-8211
4-Year-Old Preschool (4-K)
is a free pre-school program for children who turn 4 years old by Sept. 1st. A play-based, developmentally appropriate curriculum is offered that lets your child be introduced to learning in a fun and safe environment.Grantsburg 715-463-2320 Siren 715-349-2278 Webster 715-866-8211
Families First Counseling
provides outpatient and in-home therapy. Families First Counseling is committed to improving the emotional health and well being of individuals and families, including working with behavioral concerns in children.715-349-8913
provides a Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), immunizations, limited birth control services/assistance, prenatal & post partum home visiting, and parenting & discipline education.715-349-7600
Birth to Three
is a program that provides services to children with delays in growth & development under 3 years old.715-349-7600
Children’s Waiver and Family Support
programs provide support, services and financial assistance to children with severe, long-term disabilities.715-349-7600
Early Head Start—I.C.A.A. Child Care Partnership Program
Developed to provide high quality services for children 0-3 year round that focuses on child and family development, staff developments and community building right at the childcare centers. Also focusing on health and nutrition, early intervention services, and social emotional development affordable services for those that qualify and diapers provided during the Early Head Start Hours.
Burnett County daycares participating in the program include: Kid Central in between Siren and Webster and Kiddie Campus in Grantsburg.
715-415-6474 or 715-415-1545
Head Start—I.C.A.A. Mina Copeland
is a preschool program for children 3 to 5 years of age that focuses on education, socialization, nutrition, and family services. Parent and community volunteers are an integral part of the program. Provided free of charge to families within income guidelines. Transportation may be provided.715-866-4867
Head Start—St. Croix Tribal
incorporates Ojibwe culture as it prepares 3-5 year old children for public school (including children with special needs), by promoting the development of social, emotional and academic skills through a collaborative effort between parents and staff.715-349-2195 ext. 5246 or 5247
St. Croix Tribal Health Services
is for Native American families and includes WIC, Honoring Our Children (HOC), pregnancy testing, immunizations, AODA, and mental health services. HOC provides home visits, health education, health case management and parenting for pregnant and post partum women, infants to age two, and their families.715-349-8554
Mental Health Unit
coordinates services to provide treatment & support to individuals & families who may be experiencing problems with mental illness and/or substance abuse. Mental Health Task Force of Burnett County is a community group focused on Suicide Prevention, specifically for youth.715-349-7600.
In an emotional crisis, please call the 24-Hour Burnett County Mental Health Crisis Line at 1-888-636-6655.
Children and Families Unit
supports children and families to identify, prevent, and resolve conditions which may lead to juvenile delinquency, child abuse or neglect, truancy, and uncontrollability. To speak with a Social Worker, report a problem, or get information, call 715-349-7600
Community Referral Agency
offers services for victims/survivors for domestic violence & sexual assault. Services include temporary shelter, crisis line, support groups, advocacy, information for & referrals to other resources, and education. Call for more details.715-349-7272
For more information regarding the Early Childhood Interagency Council or get involved, please contact:
Jodi Reed – Public Health Officer
Burnett County Department of Health and Human Services