Beaver Dam Drop in Childcare
Community Care Beaver Dam
130 E. Maple Ave., Beaver Dam
May have available childcare if you know your schedule the week before Call Renae at (920) 885-9472
Dodge County YMCA Beaver Dam
220 Corporate Dr., Beaver Dam
Call Meg for ages 4-12: 920-887-8811
Call Amber for ages 2-4: 920-887-8811
PAVE – If you are a victim or a survivor of abuse, we at PAVE are here for you. If someone you know needs refuge, or a helping hand, we are here for them.
PAVE Toll Free Crisis Line – 800-775-3785
Texting Line – 920-344-0123
PO Box 561
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE: 1-800-799-7233
Dodge County Saint Vincent de Paul Food Pantry: Open Mon, Wed, Fri from 9am-noon. Call on the day you are coming @ 920.885.3392
Offering food pantry services to Waupun residents. Call (920) 324-4000
*We have decided to be open Tuesday nights- by appointment only for those that work during the day. Please call 920-324-4000. Also if anyone knows a family struggling please direct to the pantry. Our income limits and rules have changed due to present circumstances. Let us help.
Must be a Mayville resident. Call 262-525-1102
Beaver Dam School District – Back to School plan
Removing data caps associated with wireless and wired connections, among other programs. Overage and domestic wireless fees dating back to March 13th are being waived. Offering a $10/month Access program for qualifying low-income households in addition to other programs. Also “will not terminate the service of any wireless, home phone or broadband residential or small business customer because of their inability to pay their bill due to disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.”
Check for service map: https://go.astreaconnect.com/assistance
Offering free high-speed cable internet broadband access for new K-12 & College Student income eligible households for 60 days.
Launching a short-term, low-cost, offer for 60 days for disconnected households with K-12 children, college students, or low-income residents in need of services. 60-day free access to new households with K-12 and/or College students and location validated through their onboarding program. Bertram will not for the next 60 days terminate service for existing customers who, because of the COV-19 pandemic are unable to pay.
For all new customers affected by COVID-19, we will be waiving activation fees, as well as offering discounts:
Contact us at 833-BTUSSEL.
Lifted data caps and delayed disconnecting businesses and residential customers for the next 60 days.
Alliant Energy is suspending disconnections for Wisconsin and intends to waive late fees.
WE Energies is suspending disconnections and working on bill payment arrangements for hardships related to COVID-19. Call: 800-842-4565.
Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) Energy Services, Inc.
Eligibility will now be based on the household’s previous month of income, rather than the former requirement of the previous three months of income. This move was made to ensure those who are recently affected by the COVID-19 response are able to receive assistance quickly. For more information on the Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) and how to apply, please call 1-866-HEATWIS (432-8947).
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