Wood County Family & Children First Council

Recommendations & Action Steps

The Wood County Family and Children First Council commissioned the Psychology Department of Bowling Green State University to conduct a three phase needs assessments of Wood County Children and Families.  This work was completed from 2010 through 2011 under the leadership and guidance of Drs. Eric Dubow and Carolyn Tompset.

You may access five key assessment documents below.

Integrative Summary of six major studies 1998 to 2010

Phase I - Wood County Assessment of Needs of Families and Children: Ages 0--12

Phase II - Wood County Assessment of Needs of Adolescents:  Parent Survey

                Wood County Assessment of Needs of Adolescents:  Adolescent Survey

Phase III - Wood County Assessment of Needs of Transitional Youth

PowerPoint of Assessment Overview

Agenda - Data Review & Collaborative Planning Summit of March 22, 2012

Notes of Collaborative Planning Summit

Recommendations to Family & Children First Council PowerPoint - August 2012

Other Resources:

2015 Wood County Community Health Assessment

Wood County Prevention Coalition Resource Guide

Many community resources are available for expectant parents, infants, toddlers, and preschoolers of Wood County.

Click on the Help Me Grow link to access Wood County Health District Help Me Grow/Early Intervention web page. There you may learn about eligibility, services, and programs for Young Children and Families in Wood County.


NO WRONG DOOR is an initiative of the Wood County Family & Children First Council to promote awareness and ease of access to many child and family serving programs & services.

Upcoming Trainings & Registration:

No Wrong Door Link

Service Directory:

"Yellow Sheet" Service Directory

Download the LPDC Manual by clicking on the icon below:

LPDC Handbook

Click this link to view the School Calendars. Then choose the "District Calendars" tab.