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Community Resources for Students by County

  1. Childcare/Parenting/Caregiving
  2. Domestic Violence/Abuse/Assault
  3. Financial/Emergency Assistance
  4. Food
  5. Healthcare/Mental Health
  6. Housing/Homelessness
  7. Immigration/Translation Services
  8. Internet/Technology
  9. Legal
  10. Substance Abuse
  11. Transportation
  12. Utilities
  13. Veterans
  14. Other Fond du Lac County Resources

Childcare/Parenting/Caregiving

Childcare:

Contact Childcare Resource and Referral, Inc. or YoungStar Quality Care and Research for additional childcare facilities in the area.

Childcare listings do not guarantee availability. Contact childcare facilities directly for availability inquiries.

Wisconsin Shares Child Care Subsidy

Child Care Availability Map

  • Provides a map of statewide childcare options with available slots and contact information

Childcare Resource and Referral, Inc.

YoungStar Quality Childcare and Search

  • Provides Wisconsin’s quality childcare rating system and childcare search tool
  • E-mail: dcfweb@wisconsin.gov
  • Phone: 608-422-7000

Boys and Girls Club

  • Provides creative, educational and fun after school and summer programs for youth ages 6-18 years
  • Contact form
  • Phone: 920-924-0530

Kidz Choice Learning Center

Bright Beginnings Academy

Mary Linsmeier Schools

  • Provides personal and mindful year-round child care and early education for children 0 – 12 years
  • E-mail: info@marylinsmeierschools.org
  • Phone: 262-781-8081

Shining Stars Learning Center LLC

  • Provides childcare services for children infants to school-aged
  • Contact form
  • Phone: 920-929-8688

YMCA

  • Provides children with a safe, comfortable and nurturing environment to learn, grow and thrive for children ages 6 weeks through 4K
  • E-mail: sharlan@fdlymca.org
  • Phone: 920-921-3698

ADVOCAP Head Start

  • Promotes the school readiness of children ages 3 to 5 in Fond du Lac and Green Lake Counties from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development
  • E-mail: lorri.bohn@advocap.org
  • Phone: 920-922-7760

Parenting:

Moraine Park Parent/Caregiver Facebook Group

  • Builds and sustains a community of MPTC student parents and caregivers

UW-Extension, Fond du Lac County Human Development and Relationships

  • Provides resources on parenting, co-parenting, Home Alone Program and caregiving
  • E-mail: manganfischer@wisc.edu
  • Phone: 920-929-3170

Family Resource Center

  • Provides support, education and resources to children and families
  • E-mail: info@fdlfrc.org
  • Phone: 920-923-4110

Sleep in Heavenly Peace – Fond du Lac Chapter

Charis Pregnancy Help Center

  • Offers pregnancy counseling, resources, support and education
  • Contact form
  • Phone: 920-933-5589

New Beginnings Pregnancy Care Center, Inc.

  • Provides a safe place for pregnant women who want to change the direction of their lives
  • Contact form
  • Phone: 920-923-1484

Caregiving:

Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Fond du Lac County

Wisconsin Family Caregiver Support Programs

  • Offers family members and caregivers resources, programs and education opportunities that can help being a caregiver more manageable
  • Phone: 608-266-1865

Fond du Lac County Caregiver Resources

  • Provides information on caregiver support, resources and respite programs
  • Phone: 920-929-3466

Kinship Care

  • Provides financial assistance to relatives caring for children on a temporary or long-term basis (adult brother or sister, first cousin, nephew or niece, uncle or aunt or grandparent, among others)
  • Phone: 920-929-3449

Food

Fond du Lac County Food Pantries and Hot Meal Programs

  • Provides a comprehensive list of Fond du Lac County food pantries and hot meal programs with eligibility, hours and locations

FoodShare

  • Provides eligible households with a debit card (called the QUEST Card) that is automatically loaded each month with funds to buy food
  • Phone: 1-877-366-3635
  • Apply for FoodShare: ACCESS website
  • View FoodShare brochure

WIC – Women, Infant and Children Nutrition Program

  • Provides supplemental nutritious foods, nutrition and breastfeeding information, and referrals to other health and nutrition services
  • Phone: 920-929-3104
  • Apply for WIC
  • View WIC brochure


Health/Mental Health

SSM Health Samaritan Free Health Clinic

  • Provides quality healthcare to uninsured/low income patients
  • Phone: 920-926-4841

BadgerCare Plus

  • Provides health insurance for low-income children, pregnant people and adults in Wisconsin
  • Phone: 888-446-1239

Covering Wisconsin

  • Connects Wisconsin residents with health insurance and other programs that support health
  • Phone: 608-261-1455

Well Badger Resource Center

Moraine Lakes Consortium

  • Helps Fond du Lac, Ozaukee, Walworth, Washington and Waukesha County residents to apply for or enroll in BadgerCare Plus, Medicaid and FoodShare programs
  • Phone: 920-929-3400

Wisconsin Well Woman Program

  • Helps women who have little or no health insurance get screening for breast and cervical cancers
  • Phone: 800-642-7837
  • Find the Well Woman agency where you live

Health Insurance Marketplace

  • Provides health plan shopping and enrollment services through websites, call centers and in-person help
  • Phone: 800-318-2596
  • View informational brochure

SingleCare Prescription Savings

Free or Low-Cost Health and Dental Clinics

  • Provides services for people with little or no health care coverage

Reduced Fee or Free Dental Services

  • Lists free or low-cost dental services and providers who accept Medicaid or BadgerCare

Dental Care Statewide Resources

  • Provides dental offices/clinics by county accepting medical assistance with eligibility, locations and contact information

Save-a-Smile Program Fond du Lac County

  • Provides preventative and restorative dental services for Fond du Lac county residents, ages 18 and under, with medical assistance only
  • Adult program assists only with URGENT dental needs. Adults on medical assistance or that meet a specified income level may be eligible.
  • Phone: 920-929-3090

NAMI: National Alliance of Mental Illness of Fond du Lac County

  • Empowers those young and old affected by mental illness and reduce stigma through support, education and outreach
  • E-Mail: nami.fdl.fc@gmail.com
  • Phone: 920-979-0512

SSM Health Behavioral Health Clinic

  • Provides quality care for community members, including children, adolescents, adults, couples and families with psychological and addictive concerns
  • Phone: 920-929-2300

Fond du Lac County Outpatient Mental Health Clinic

  • Provides psychosocial, psychological and psychiatric evaluation, ongoing psychotherapy, medication management and education, nursing support and prevention/consultation services
  • Phone: 920-929-3500; 24-hour crisis line: 920-929-3535

CSI Pathways to Care of Fond du Lac County

  • Provides a guide for navigating Fond du Lac County’s mental health services in both crisis and non-crisis situations
  • Phone: 920-921-7010; 24-hour crisis line: 920-929-3535

Catholic Charities Community Counseling

  • Provides outpatient behavioral health clinic providing accessible, culturally competent, high quality mental health services for individuals, families, children and couples of all faiths
  • Phone: 920-923-2550

Well Badger Children’s Mental & Behavioral Health Resource Navigator

  • Helps navigate resources for a child who has mental or behavioral health concerns through a free, online, anonymous tool
  • E-mail: help@wellbadger.org
  • Phone: 1-800-642-7837

988 Suicide and Crisis Hotline

  • Provides free and confidential support 24/7 for anyone experiencing a suicidal, mental health and/or substance use crisis
  • Phone: 988


Substance Abuse

Fond du Lac County Outpatient Substance Abuse Services

  • Focuses on the prevention and early intervention of substance use disorders for Fond du Lac County residents
  • Phone: 920-929-3500

Opioid Treatment Center of Dodge and Fond du Lac Counties

  • Offers a solutions-focused treatment services program
  • Phone: 920-386-4853

SSM Health

  • Provides quality care for community members with psychological and addictive concerns
  • Phone: 920-929-2300

Alcoholic Anonymous

Community Medical Services

  • Treats substance use disorders with medication assisted treatment (MAT) along with counseling and peer support services; offers same day treatment, walk-in services
  • E-mail: info@cmsgiveshope.com
  • Phone: 920-926-0101

Mahala’s Hope

Blandine House


Housing/Homelessness

Fond du Lac County Housing Authority

  • Promotes and provides adequate and affordable housing, economic opportunity and a suitable living environment free from discrimination for low income households
  • E-mail: info@fdlpha.org
  • Phone: 920-929-3107

ADVOCAP

  • Creates opportunities for people and communities to reduce poverty and increase self-sufficiency and provides case management for foreclosure prevention, home ownership, renting and homelessness
  • Phone: 920-922-7760

Wisconsin Help for Homeowners Program

  • Provides eligible households assistance for mortgage and tax payments, refinancing, homeowner’s insurance and utilities
  • Phone: 1-855-2-HOME-WI or 920-922-7760 (ADVOCAP – regional contact)

Rent Smart

  • Provides free training on the knowledge and skills essential for a successful renting experience and is designed for individuals who have little to no rental experience and individuals who have had difficulty obtaining rental housing
  • E-mail: amy.manganfischer@wisc.edu
  • Phone: 920-929-3179
  • View Rent Smart training dates

Solutions Center

  • Offers homeless shelter options for intact families, including men, women and children
  • E-mail: sheilab@solutionsfdl.com
  • Phone: 920-922-8122; crisis line: 920-923-1700

St. Katharine Drexel Shelter

  • Provides a safe and structured living environment for singles and families experiencing homelessness with access to programs and support that offer short-term crisis intervention and long-term goal planning with the ultimate goal of self-sufficiency
  • E-mail: bobh@svdpfdlc.org
  • Phone: 920-922-8122


Utilities

WHEAP – Wisconsin Home and Energy Assistance Program

  • Provides eligible households with ​assistance for electric and ​heating costs and energy efficiency improvements, as well as furnace and water repairs or replacements
  • Phone: 920-929-3445
  • View WHEAP brochure

Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund, an Energy Services, Inc. Initiative

  • Provides preventable services and financial assistance to alleviate energy-related emergencies during Wisconsin’s harsh winters and hot summers
  • Phone: 800-891-9276

ADVOCAP Home Energy Conservation

  • Provides energy conservation measures to houses, repairs unsafe or non-working heating systems and repairs or replaces leaky or non-working water heaters, leaky fixtures, toilets and/or piping to eligible residents at no cost
  • E-mail: jason.vandervelden@advocap.org
  • Phone: 920-426-0150

Wisconsin Water Assistance Program

  • Provides financial assistance to low-income households to restore disconnected water services and to pay arrears preventing disconnection of water service
  • E-mail: support@wisconsinwater.help
  • Phone: 833-426-9472


Internet/Technology

Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

  • Provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward internet service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands
  • Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer or tablet from participating providers if they contribute more than $10 and less than $50 toward the purchase price.
  • Phone: 877-384-2575
  • View informational flyer
  • Check if you qualify and apply

Spectrum Internet Assist

  • Offers qualified households to sign up for low-income internet assistance
  • Phone: 888-406-7063

AT&T Access

  • Provides low-cost internet service for eligible households
  • Phone: 800-288-2020

Lifeline

  • Provides a federal benefit that lowers the monthly cost of phone or internet service

SafeLink Wireless

  • Provides eligible households enrolled in state and federal support programs low-cost cell phone service
  • Phone: 800-723-3546


Financial/Emergency Assistance

Consumer Credit Counseling

  • Helps individuals and families achieve financial stability to improve their quality of life through education, debt management and counseling services
  • E-mail: info@cccsonline.org
  • Phone: 920-907-4344

St. Vincent de Paul

  • Aids with food, rent, utilities and other basic necessities in times of crisis
  • E-mail: help@svdpfdlc.org
  • Phone: 920-922-3650

Salvation Army

  • Helps meet basic needs in emergency situations and provides up-to-date information and referrals to resources available throughout the community
  • Online assistance form
  • Phone: 920-923-8220

Forward Service Corporation

  • Provides emergency assistance, career seeking, education and training, family support and transportation case management and services
  • Contact form
  • Phone: 920-913-4013

UW-Extension, Fond du Lac County Financial Security

  • Helps families and individuals across the state achieve financial well-being – keeping pace with day-to-day expenses, reaching financial goals, planning for life’s unexpected events and securing their financial future
  • E-mail: amy.manganfischer@wisc.edu
  • Phone: 920-929-3179

Workforce Innovations & Opportunity Act (WIOA)

  • Provides a comprehensive employment & training program that may provide assistance with training-related expenses and other financial barriers for eligible participants
  • E-mail: tara.stevenson.letc@gmail.com
  • Phone: 920-470-8735


Legal

Lawyers for Learners

Legal Action of Wisconsin

  • Provides free, civil legal services to Wisconsin clients at the most vulnerable times in their lives
  • Phone: 855-947-2529


Domestic Violence/Abuse/Assault

Solutions Center

  • Provides relief and safety in a secure residence for women and their children facing domestic abuse
  • E-mail: sheilab@solutionsfdl.com
  • Phone: 920-923-2880; crisis line: 920-923-1700

ASTOP

  • Offers services to survivors and affected family members of sexual assault in Fond du Lac, Green Lake and Waushara Counties at no cost and is not dependent on medical insurance
  • Send message
  • Phone: 920-926-5395

SSM Health Domestic Violence Services

  • Provides support and education to families of domestic violence through advocacy, counseling, and treatment programs
  • Phone: 920-926-4207

National Domestic Violence Hotline

  • Provides free, confidential support and resources 24/7/365 for those affected by domestic violence or assault
  • Phone: 800-799-7233


Veterans

Fond du Lac County Veterans

  • Assists Fond du Lac County veterans, their dependents and survivors in understanding and obtaining benefits provided by federal, state and local providers
  • E-mail: veterans@fdlco.wi.gov
  • Phone: 920-929-3117

Salute the Troops

  • Supports local service members and veterans through advocacy, education, training and supportive programming
  • E-mail: info@salutethetroopswi.org
  • Phone: 920-204-4956

Center for Veterans Issues, Inc., Veterans Resource Center

  • Provides holistic services, either directly or through collaboration, to improve the quality of life for veterans in need
  • Phone: 920-906-4779

Heat for Heroes

  • Helps struggling veterans keep their heat and power and provides resource connections
  • Contact form
  • Phone: 800-891-9276


Immigration/Translation Services

Catholic Charities Refugee and Immigration Services

  • Provides programs that leverage community assets to facilitate the integration of refugees and immigrants into communities across southeastern Wisconsin
  • E-mail: contactRIS@ccmke.org

US Citizenship and Immigration Services

  • Phone: 800-375-5283

RISE Law Center

  • Provides direct representation and services statewide to immigrants and refugees in immigration
  • E-mail: info@riselawcenter.org
  • Phone: 608-256-1015

UW-Madison Immigrant Justice Clinic

  • Provides free legal services to Wisconsin’s underserved immigrant community
  • Phone: 608-890-3753

Center for DREAMers

  • Provides legal, educational, mental, and social services, and career services and resources at no cost to the DACA community in Wisconsin
  • E-mail: dreamers@law.wisc.edu
  • Contact form

International Institute of Wisconsin

  • Provides low-cost services to immigrants in the U.S. on their path to permanent residency and citizenship
  • E-mail: info@iiwisconsin.org
  • Phone: 414-225-6220

Fond du Lac Literacy Services

  • Helps adults in our community with the basic skills needed to learn and prosper in everyday life by providing tutoring on reading, writing, mathematics, and the English language
  • E-mail: literacy@fdlpl.org
  • Phone: 920-322-3932


Transportation

ADVOCAP Transportation

  • Assists qualified employed individuals obtain a 0% interest loan to either purchase reliable, affordable transportation or to repair an otherwise dependable vehicle
  • Phone: 920-922-7760

Forward Service Corporation Job Access Loan

  • Provides short-term, no-interest loans to help get and keep a job, including vehicle repairs and down payments for a car
  • Contact form
  • Phone: 920-913-4013

Forward Service Corporation WETAP

  • Provides no-interest vehicle repair and purchase loans
  • Contact form
  • Phone: 920-913-4013

Fond du Lac Area Transit

  • Provides bus and shared ride taxi services
  • E-mail: jkunde@fdl.wi.gov
  • Phone: 920-322-3650

Moraine Park Auto Lab

  • Performs vehicle repairs related to specific course content at a fraction of the cost
  • Phone: 920-924-3145

Other Fond du Lac County Resources

Fond du Lac United Way 2-1-1

  • Provides easy access to health and human services, gives callers an opportunity to get or give help and serves as a hub for community information in times of disaster

Latinos Unidos

  • Connects, educates, informs and empowers Latinos in the Fond du Lac area

For more information, please contact Jackie Morgan:
jmorgan29@morainepark.edu

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