AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS (AARP)222 West Washington Avenue, Suite 600
Open to individuals over age 50. They offer information and education, advocacy, community service programs, health/wellness programs, driver safety program, tax aide program, work training program, volunteer opportunites, products, services, and discounts.
ABC FOR HEALTH32 North Bassett Street
“A public interest law firm connecting WI families to health care.” Health benefits counseling, legal services, training, consumer publications, advocacy tools, support. Serving families with children up to 21 years of age who are low income or have medical costs and have chronic or terminal illnesses or disabilities and serving pregnant women who can’t afford prenatal care.
AIDS SUPPORT NETWORK (ASN)600 Williamson Street
HIV/AIDS prevention services. For people who are HIV positive, case management, client support, volunteer programs, legal services, information and referral, transportation, and support groups.
ALA-NON401 North Union
Open to anyone who has a family member, or friend, who has an alcohol problem.
ALA-TEEN401 North Union
Open to children of alcoholics. (Should be at least 13 years old)
ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION517 North Segoe Road 5900 Saratoga Plaza
Information on Alzheimer’s and related dementia, referral, education, speakers bureau, lending library, support groups, telephone helpline, supportive counseling sessions, training, clinical diagnostic information. Local support group information: contact Grant County Center on Aging.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY8317 Elderberry Road 367 Cedar Cross Road
Resources, information, and guidance on all types of cancers. Loan and gift, durable medical equipment, patient transportation, children’s camp, patient & family education materials, prevention and early detection information and programs, individual support, visitation assistance, & support groups.
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION OF WISCONSIN2850 Dairy Drive, Suite 300 400 La Crosse Street
Prevention of disability and death due to heart disease and stroke through research, public and professional education and community programs.
AMERICAN RED CROSSBadger Chapter Tri-States Chapter 2860 Sheboygan Avenue 2400 Asbury Road
24 hour emergency calls, safety classes (first aid, water safety, CPR, HIV/AIDS) service to military families, disaster relief, volunteer training for special area.
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION802 West Broadway, Suite 206
Information & referral, health fairs, exhibits, pubic forums, support groups, advocacy, literature, self-help classes, speakers bureau, audio-visual library, juvenile arthritis programs, land/water exercise programs, Kids on the Block puppet program, professional education, financial planning information, Camp M.A.S.H for kids (Make Arthritis Stop Hurting).
ASSOCIATED BALANCE & HEARING CLINIC109 East Bluff Street
Complete audiology and hearing aide service for infants, children and adults. Home visits as needed.
BELMONT JOHN TURGESON LIBRARY220 North Mound Avenue
BENTON PUBLIC LIBRARY48 West Main Street
BIRTH TO THREE200 West Alona Lane 1122 Professional Drive
Early intervention services for children ages birth to three who are found to be developmentally delayed or have a diagnosed condition which will likely result in developmental delay. Families receive education, occupational and physical therapy and service coordination to enhance the child’s development and learning potential. Services will be provided in the child’s natural settings such as home, child care, and other community settings. Anyone can refer a child for services.
BLIND SOCIETY OF THE TRI-STATES3333 Asbury Road
Provides resources and activities to keep the blind and visually impaired of the Tri-State area as independent, active, and productive as possible. Transportation provided if needed to activities and training.
BLOOMINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY453 Canal Street
BOARD ON AGING AND LONG TERM CARE1402 Pankratz Street, Suite 111
Long term care and assisted living for any Medicare recipient. Ombudsman “Protector of the People” (advocates & investigates issues for the elderly and disabled and those participating in the Community Options Program) and Medigap insurance helpline (answers questions about health insurance, Medicare supplements, long term care insurance, nursing home insurance and home health care insurance).
BOSCOBEL AREA HEALTH CARE205 Parker Street #A
Boscobel Area Health Care offers a continuum of care. A proud tradition exists of providing quality health care to this area of southwestern Wisconsin, with reinvestment of resources to provide the latest technology and services possible. Educational programs and staff development are ongoing to ensure our services meet the needs of area residents. Services include: Emergency services, Walk-In Care, Counseling services, Medical-Surgical services, Long-Term Care, Rehabilitation services, and Radiology services.
BOSCOBEL PUBLIC LIBRARY1033 Wisconsin Avenue
BOY SCOUTS – BLACKHAWK AREA COUNCIL1800 7th Avenue
To serve others by helping instill values in young people to prepare them to make ethical choices over their lifetime and achieve their full potential. The values we strive to instill are based on those found in the Scout Oath and Law.
CANCER CONNECT600 Highland Avenue
Toll-free telephone information and counseling. UW-Comp cancer center patient and physician resource. Cancer information, resource and service referral for cancer-related services throughout state and the nation.
CATHOLIC CHARITIESDiocese of Madison Archdiocese of Dubuque
Adoption, marriage, family and individual counseling, foster care services, supportive living for brain trauma, refuge resettlement and immigration outreach, pregnancy counseling, post abortion counseling, jail and prison ministry, and low income housing.
CENTER FOR CHRISTIAN COUNSELING5310 Wall Street, Suite 500
Individual & family therapy including parenting skills, problems with children, marriage counseling, anger control, eating disorders, substance abuse, etc.
CHILD CARE RESOURCE & REFERRALFamily Connections of Southwest Wisconsin
Provides parents with educational materials and consultation to make informed choices in selecting child care providers. Recruits, trains and gives technical assistance to child care providers.
CHILD FIND OF AMERICA1.800.I AM LOST (426.5678)
Offers mediation, conference calls between runaways and their guardians, referrals to shelters, food pantries, transportation, and counseling in an effort to assist runaways and their families. Child kidnapping and location specialists help children and parents through free investigation, mediation and publicity.
CHILDREN’S HEALTH ALLIANCE OF WISCONSIN6737 North Washington Street, Suite 1111
Improving the health and well-being of every child by creating strategic alliances with diverse organizations, families and individuals. We also publish a quarterly newsletter “Hand in Hand” for members and anyone interested in Alliance activities.
COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AGENCY, CESA#31300 Industrial Drive
Educational support to 31 school district. Alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse programming, Special Education, School to Work, teen parent programs, technology, administrative support. Services available to parents as well.
COUNSELING CENTER OF SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN405 North Iowa Street
DHSS certified mental health clinic for ages 4 and older. Counseling for divorce, depression, death or other major loss, chronic pain, sexual and/or physical abuse, children’s behavior and learning problems (including ADHD evaluations and treatment), identity issues, marital difficulties, stress reduction as well as a myriad of other problems of daily living.
CRIME STOPPERS OF GRANT COUNTYBox 506
Anyone with information on a crime may call and stay anonymous (no caller ID is used) and give information related to crime. May be eligible for reward.
CUBA CITY LIBRARY108 North Main Street
DARLINGTON LIBRARY131 East Catherine Street
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES1500 North Johns Street
License sales, regulatory permits, law enforcement, fisheries, and wild life management, forestry, water regulation and air quality, safety programs for hunter, boating, ATV, and snowmobiles.
DODGEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY139 South Iowa Street
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF AMERICAServing Grant, Iowa and Crawford Counties
Ensures that people with seizures are able to participate in all life experiences; and will prevent, control and cure epilepsy through research, education, advocacy and services.
FAMILY ADVOCATES, INC.P.O. Box 705
To victims of domestic abuse (children & elder) and their children and/or to victims of sexual assault, emergency housing options, advocacy and counseling, support groups for women and children, support groups for rape and incest victims, also provide public speaking to interested groups and organizations.
FAMILY CARE – DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICESDivision of Long Term Care 1 West Wilson Street, Room 518 P.O. Box 7851
Family Care is a long-term care program which helps frail elders and adults with disabilities get the services they need to remain in their homes. This comprehensive and flexible program offers services to foster independence and quality of life for members, while recognizing the need for interdependence and support.
FAMILY LITERACY – Family ConnectionsBoscobel Library Basement
Adult Education: GED/HSED, computer skills, post high school brush up, English Language Learner classes, parent education, early childhood education, home visiting.
FENNIMORE COMMUNITY GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER1850 11th Street
Skilled nursing home, Medicare and medical assistance certified offering skilled nursing care, physical and occupational therapy and speech therapy. Apartments for elderly, mobile meals, telephone reassurance, elderly respite/daycare, general public blood pressure screening.
FENNIMORE – DWIGHT PARKER LIBRARY925 Lincoln Avenue
FIRST CALL FOR HELP426 Onalaska Street
A telephone helping service providing comprehensive information, referral, supportive listening, and crisis intervention services on a 24-hour basis to the Tri-State area. Service links callers to organizations that may assist them with their problems.
FRANCISCAN SKEMP HEALTH CARE800 East Blackhawk Avenue
The Franciscan Skemp Prairie du Chien Clinic also offers Behavioral Health Services through an on-site clinical therapist’s. Behavioral Health Services include: Counseling individual, marriage, family, adolescent and child, and group therapy (on the job pressures, coping problems, depression, anxiety, mood swings, eating disorders).
Drug and Alcohol Treatment – residential and outpatient drug and alcohol services located at Villa Success, 121 South Prairie Street in Prairie du Chien. 608.326.8484
GRANT COUNTY CLERK111 South Jefferson Street
Acts as secretary and official reporter for the County Board of Supervisors; acts as an agent of the State which includes conducting elections, issuing marriage licenses and hunting and fishing licenses; is responsible for keeping the accounts of all departments; retirement records; payroll records; insurance records; apportion taxes; supervised tax description service to local units of government.
GRANT COUNTY CLERK OF COURTP.O. Box 110
Serving all courts, handling small claims, all maintenance and support payments. Keeps court papers, records names of parties in every civil action, criminal records, judgments, lien dockets, collects fees required on civil actions, judgments and penal fines and pays the same to the County Treasurer. Processes passports, traffic citations and criminal traffic violations.
GRANT COUNTY AGING AND DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER8820 Hwy 35 & 61
Nutrition program for the elderly, Benefit Specialist, Public Awareness, Information and Referral, Supportive Home Care, Driver Escort, Taxi, Bus, elder abuse intervention and referral.
GRANT COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICESP.O. Box 447
GRANT COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY130 West Maple Street
The District Attorney must prosecute crimes committed in the county; represent the county in all courts; secures advice about interpretation of laws from the Attorney General’s Office and initiates inquiries or investigations into the health, safety, morals, and welfare of the county.
GRANT COUNTY EMERGENCY FOOD RESOURCESBoscobel UMC Food Pantry Cassville Emergency Food Fund
GRANT COUNTY FARM SERVICE AGENCY150 West Alona Lane
Loans for starting farming on a livestock and machinery basis, buying farms, federal farm programs, conservation cost-sharing programs, grain loans, free grain and wheat and tobacco programs, conservation reserve program.
GRANT COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT111 South Jefferson Street
GRANT COUNTY JOB CENTER8820 Highways 35 and 61 South
Employment and training services, technical service to employers, labor market information, skill assessment/job counseling, intrastate job bank, civil service listings, and job skills workshops.
GRANT COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDSP.O. Box 391
Record deeds, mortgages, all documents pertaining to real estate; file liens against personal property; Veterans discharge; record birth, marriage and death records; record subdivision plats, cemetery plots. Issue certificates of births, marriages, and deaths.
GRANT COUNTY SANITARIAN111 South Jefferson Street
Regulate private sewer systems; Administer Wisconsin fund-private sewer system replacement or rehabilitation grant program.
GRANT COUNTY SHERIFFP.O. Box 506
As an officer of the court, serves writs on residents subject to court action; responsible for preserving peace and order; investigates all crimes in the county; maintains the county jail and escort prisoners as needed.
GRANT COUNTY TREASURER111 South Jefferson Street
Keep a true and correct account of the receipt and expenditure of all county moneys. Collect property taxes and make disbursements of property tax revenue. Maintain a computerized treasurer’s file which includes tax rolls by municipality, tax receipting, tax payments histories, assessments to land and improvements and fair market values.
GRANT COUNTY VETERAN’S SERVICE OFFICE111 South Jefferson Street
Provide assistance to veterans and dependents on problems from the military. The CVSO provides information on federal, state and local benefits (compensation, pension, education, dental, hospital care, insurance, loans).
GRANT COUNTY ZONING111 South Jefferson Street
Regulate land use in zoned townships and flood plain shoreland ordinance.
GRANT REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER507 South Monroe Street
GRAY’S NURSING HOME555 North Chestnut Street
Supportive care to elderly in skilled nursing home.
GREAT RIVERS 2-1-1P.O. Box 426
Free, confidential community information, referrals and crissis line services 24 hours a day for all topics.
GREEN HILLS COUNCIL OF GIRL SCOUTS5040 Business Route 20 West
Provide Girl Scout Program to girls five to seventeen years of age that wish to belong. Program is carried out in small to medium-sized groups under volunteer leadership. Girls learn skills in the home, arts, and out-of-doors through program activities which stress self-reliance, service, relating to others, and responsibility.
HARVEST OF HOPE7118 Old Sauk Road
Assists farm families in getting through tough times, provides gifts to farm families to purchase seed, fertilizer, fuel, and other supplies for spraying plants and to meet needs for medicad expenses, retraining or other immediate situations.
HEAD START & EARLY HEAD START212 East Chapel Street
A free, comprehensive Preschool and Birth to Three program that provides a variety of education, health, and family services to young children and their families including: home visits, classroom experiences, playgroups, developmental assessments, health and nutrition services, resource and referral, and services for children with special needs. Eligibility: generally 100% of poverty guidelines; Head Start: children ages 3-5; Early Head Start: expectant parents & children ages 0-3. Services Grant, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland Counties.
HEARTLAND CLINIC1515 Elm Street
Individual, Marital and Group therapy.
HEARTLAND HEALTHCARE1300 North Water Street
Nursing home, Respite care,Outpatient therapies (physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy).
HODAN CENTER, INC.941 West Fountain Street
For persons with disabilities (age 18 and older) from Iowa, Lafayette, and Grant counties. Independent living services) provided by southern service center for independent living), adult basic education classes in conjunction with SW Technical College, occupational/physical/speech therapy, community and supported employment services, integrated employment training and work at center, sub-contract work for industries and enrichment activities.
HOMEWARD BOUND, INC.130 West Elm Street
Support service, personal care, home maintenance, companionship, skilled home care and skilled nursing.
JOB CENTER – LANCASTERP.O. Box 447
Assist with employment openings, applications, resume assistance, internet applications, email access for employment purposes, internet career information, employment counseling and the Food Share Work Program.
JOB CENTER – SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE1800 Bronson Boulevard
Employment and training services, technical service to employers, labor market information, skill assessment/job counseling, intrastate job bank, civil service listings, and job skills workshops. Also offered is the TABE test, GATB test, COPS and COPES tests, Workforce Investment and Training program information.
LANCASTER CARE CENTER1350 South Madison Street
Skilled nursing home certified for Medicaid and Medicare services of a physical therapist, full-time activity director, dietitian on staff, speech therapy available on as needed basis, contract services daily of occupational therapy. Medicare wing R.N. coverage 24 hours per day, seven days a week. Alzheimer’s unit.
LANCASTER PUBLIC LIBRARY113 West Elm Street
LAWYER REFERRAL & INFORMATION SERVICE OF STATE FARMP.O. Box 7158
LegalExplorer brings together the expertise of Wisconsin lawyers to answer commonly asked legal questions about Wisconsin law, written in easy-to-understand language. Search our website and choose a topic from the list that meets your area of interest. In addition, try searching our Resources area to access additional information, including links to related Internet sites.
LIVINGSTON LIBRARY220 West Barber Avenue
LUTHERAN COUNSELING AND FAMILY SERVICES3800 North Mayfair Road
Prevention service, consultation to parish pastors, consultation to parochial school teachers, family counseling, un-wed mother counseling, adoption, step-parent adoptions.
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES414 South Iowa Street
People of all denominations benefit from the wide range of services we provide such as: adoption, foster care, alcohol and drug treatment, correctional services, disaster response, family preservation services, home health care, individual and family counseling, older adult services, refugee resettlement, residential care, services for people with disabilities and much more.
MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH HOTLINE1.800.722.2295
24 hour hotline that provides information on programs and services for women before, during, and after pregnancy and for children including those with special health care needs. Information and referrals are provided to BadgerCare, WIC, Healthy Start, Prenatal Care Coordination, Health Check, Presumptive Eligibility, children and youth with special health care needs, Birth to 3 programs, family planning, maternal depression, WI Well Woman program, and Well Woman Medicaid.
MEMORIAL HOME HEALTH CARE AGENCY705 East Taylor Street
Skilled nursing service, Medicare certified hospice services, physical/occupational/speech therapy, home health aide, medical social services.
MONTFORT PUBLIC LIBRARY102 East Park Street
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY – WISCONSIN CHAPTER1120 James Drive, Suite A
Educational programs, publications, library, counseling, financial assistance, self-help groups, medical equipment, advocacy, information and referral for people with multiple sclerosis and their families.
NATIONAL DOWN SYNDROME CONGRESS1370 Center Drive, Suite 102
Promotes the interests of persons with Down Syndrome and their families through advocacy, public awareness and information dissemination. Operates a clearinghouse of resource and referral information, annual host for the national conference, and publishes a bi-monthly newsletter – Down Syndrome News.
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ADMINISTRATIONN2788 County Road FA
Provides weather reports, climate reports, warnings and forecasts of hazardous weather – including thunderstorms, flooding, hurricanes, tornadoes, winter weather, tsunamis, and climate events. The NWS is the sole United States OFFICIAL voice for issuing warnings during life-threatening weather situations.
NO CALL LIST1.866.966.2255
Sign up to identify yourself as someone who does not wish to receive telemarketing calls. Its’s free and available for residential telephone customers in Wisconsin. Your number remains on the list for two years. Mobile numbers can be added as well.
ORCHARD MANOR8800 US Hwy 61
Nursing home with a distinctive developmentally disabled unit, which provides care to residents 18 and older. Offers occupational/physical/speech therapy, psychiatric services, behavior and psychological services. Sensory integration, reality orientation and validation therapy are all components of care given. Support to families of residents through support group meetings.
PARENT EDUCATION PROJECT OF WISCONSIN, INC. (PEP)2192 South 60th Street
Parent training and information center for families of children with disabilities to understand special education needs. Free workshops for parents. Regional telephone support. Lending library of books, videos, and written information.
PARTNERS ADVOCACY, THE29 1/2 South Second Street
Provides non-emergency outreach, support, information and referral to people with mental illness and their families. Ensures that every mentally ill person is treated with dignity and respect, and is helped to meet maximum potential by getting appropriate treatment and support.
Program for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We provide a shelter, 24 hour crisis line, counseling, support group with child care provided, advocacy (legal and medical), information, referral, community presentations, volunteer opportunities, and Ada James Place transitional housing.
PLATTEVILLE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER, INC.1155 North Elm Street, Suite 120
Comprehensive services associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Offers psychological and school special services, comprehensive evaluation and diagnosis, individual and group therapy, family therapy, school-based interventions, and parent information.
PLATTEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY65 Elm Street
The Poison Center for the state of Wisconsin is located at The Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Manages calls for adults and children with exposures such as ingestion, inhalation, skin contact, eyes, etc. as well as questions on various products and plants. Also offers educational activities for all ages. Brochures can be ordered on the website with the keyword – Poison.
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL705 East Taylor Street
General acute hospital providing impatient, outpatient, and emergency care. 24-hour emergency room coverage, medical, surgical, obstetrics, pediatrics, intensive care, skilled/respite/intermediate care; same day rehabilitation (physical, occupational, cardiac, etc.), respiratory therapy, diagnostic services, hospice, home health, companion call, durable medical equipment, elderly apartments, senior living, home oxygen, cloth diaper service, congregate meals, meals on wheels, education, support groups, family resource center, parenting education, child day care and Lamaze classes.
PREGNANCY HELPLINE, INC. OF PLATTEVILLEBox 159
Helps women, men and families involved with unplanned or problem pregnancies. Listening service, referral service, free pregnancy testing, person-to-person support and guidance, referrals for adoption services, post-delivery guidance, post-adoption guidance, provide maternity and baby clothes, equipment (strollers, etc.), help find sources of financial assistance, post-abortion guidance.
PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS1414 East Washington Avenue, Room 167
Your family and child can receive consultative assistance without filling out a formal application. If your child has a chronic illness or disabling condition, you may ask for an application for assistance. Some examples of chronic illness or disabling condition include: heart conditions, spinal bifida, sickle cell anemia, cleft lip and palate, cerebral palsy, leukemia, epilepsy, muscular dystrophy, severe asthma, diabetes, hearing and vision disorder.
PUBLIC DEFENDER’S OFFICE223 West Maple Street
Provides services in criminal cases to low-income individuals.
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE CENTER275 West Main Street
Service for women and men provides confidential reproductive health care and education. Services include: birth control information and supplies, pregnancy testing and referral, comprehensive health exams for men and women, referral for medical problems, screening for sexually transmitted diseases including HIV/AIDS, menopause counseling, referral to other community services, and community education.
RIVERDALE HEALTHCARE AND REHABILITATION CENTER1000 North Wisconsin Avenue
Skilled nursing home for Medicare, orthopedic rehabilitation, stroke, and neuro-rehabilitation, surgical recovery, IV therapy, TPN, wound management, physical/occupation/speech therapy, respiratory care, adult day care, adult night care services and specialty meals.
ROAD CONDITIONS1.800.ROAD WIS (762.3947)
Provides Wisconsin winter driving tips from the Wisconsin DOT.
RURAL HOUSING, INC.4506 Regent Street
Provides assistance and funds for available housing programs to improve housing conditions for low-income households. Latest program/eligibility information, application materials and maintains a record of current statewide office listings. Can help identify and secure funds for rehabilitating, improving, and weatherizing your home. Provides training and information to outreach people. Advocate to change laws in favor of better housing for all.
SAFE KIDS OF THE TRI-STATES202.662.0600
Provides training and education by Certified Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Technicians on buying the correct car seat for your child, installation of car seats, and other important facts of child passenger safety. Also provides all day car seat safety check ups free of charge throughout the year. Encourages day care providers and health care personnel to learn more about child passenger safety. Call to make an appointment to have your car seat checked or to learn more about child passenger safety.
SALVATION ARMY11315 West Watertown Plank Road
Emergency food and/or shelter, Disaster aid (fire, flood, tornado, etc.), Scholarships for Salvation Army Family Camp and Senior Citizen Camp, Other emergency and/or short term needs as determined on a case-by-case basis, Community service projects.
SHAREBoscobel and Platteville
SHARE is a non-profit, volunteer-run, food buying club that helps families save 30-50% on supermarket quality food. Everyone is welcome to save on food and help their community. For nearly 25 years we have served the Upper Midwest with savings on a wide selection of foods.
SHULLSBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY190 North Judgment Street
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION175 Alona Lane
Get a social security card or replace one that is lost. File a claim for retirement, disability, survivors, or SSI. Claim for reimbursement from Medicare. Check that your earnings are correctly recorded under your social security number. Report events, which affect the payment of benefits if you are a beneficiary. Answer questions about reporting wages and self-employment income, explain benefit amounts, estimate benefit rate, and answer questions about social security in general. Provide speakers, films, and pamphlets about social security.
SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE150 Alona Lane
SOUTHWEST HEALTH CENTER, INC.1400 East Side Road
Acute care: 24 hour emergency/urgent care, general medical/surgical, cardiac, hospice, swing bed, respite, detox, radiology, etc. Clinics: Internal medicine, surgery, orthopedic, rheumatology, allergy, opthamalogy, neurology, urology, podiatry, audiology, otolarytology, etc. Community Education Outreach: Lamaze, breast-feeding, CPR. Longterm care: Skilled nursing facility, adult care, respite, rehabilitation mental health, inpatient unit. Outpatient services: Rehabilitation, physical, occupation/speech therapies, mental health, cardiac rehabilitation, AODA counseling, chemotherapy, IV therapy, cancer support, Alzheimer’s support, first aid, and Social Work Services
SOUTHWEST HEALTH CENTER NURSING HOME808 South Washington Street
Certified Medicare and Medicaid (Skilled Nursing Services), meals at home, diet instructions, community education programs, free blood pressure clinics, social services, occupation/physical/speech therapies.
SOUTHWEST OPPORTUNITIES CENTER1600 Industrial Park Road
Serving adults with disabilities age 21 and older. Eligibility determined by Unified Board of Grant and Iowa Counties or Wisconsin Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. Work and day services, supported employment, job development/job placement, residential support services, vocational evaluations.
SOUTHWESTERN WISCONSIN COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM, INC. (SWCAP)Main Administrative Office Lafayette County Office 149 North Iowa Street 1033 Main Street
Offers several programs to assist within the counties of Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland. All programs and services are not available in every county. Income guidelines vary with the different programs and services. Contact the Main Administrative office regarding the availability of programs and other services in your area. Programs are: Business Development, Community Emergency Service, Energy/Weatherization, Foster Grandparent program, Head Start and Early Head Start programs, Housing programs for home buyers and renters, HUD rental assistance, LIFT transportation service, Reproductive Health Care, Skills Enhancement, Target Hunger Venison Donation Program, Work to Wheels program.
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE1800 Bronson Blvd.
Specializes in preparing you for jobs that are in demand now by up-grading current job skills, working toward a GED or HSED, or simply enhancing basic skills in reading, writing, or math. One can earn a degree or diploma in as little as two years in a field such as healthcare, business, computers, industrial occupations, consumer services, or agriculture. The college has a full range of student services available, including counseling, financial aid, employment assistance, health care, library, and other supportive services that will assist the individual in meeting their education goals.
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN WORK FORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD1370 North Water Street
Employment and training, certification, work experience, placement on the job training, occupational classroom training, youth programs, older worker program, dislocated workers program, farm program, and job opportunity basic skills.
SPECIAL EDUCATION TEAMLearning Support Equity & Advocacy
Provides statewide leadership, advocacy, technical assistance, and promotes collaboration among parents, educators, students, communities and other agencies to ensure that all children with disabilities have free, appropriate, public education available to them.
SSM HEALTH – TREATMENT & RECOVERY CENTER1510 Jefferson Street
Drug, alcohol, and mental health counseling. Emergency detoxification, residential and outpatient care, day treatment programs, relapse programs and more for the individual and their family.
TRADE AND CONSUMER PROTECTION – WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, TRADE AND CONSUMER PROTECTION2811 Agriculture Drive
Responsible for the investigation of unfair and deceptive business practices of all types. To prevent such practices, the division develops and enforces industry-wide rules and individual orders against offending businesses. The division also enforces state laws on consumer product safety and hazardous substances. Other significant laws administered by the division include weights and measure, unfair sales practices, grain warehouse keepers and dealers security, and dairy practices. The division handles individual consumer complaints involving misrepresentation, false advertising and product safety, landlord/tenant complaints, auto-repair transactions, and home improvement transactions.
UNIFIED COMMUNITY SERVICES200 West Alona Lane 1122 Professional Drive
Unified Community Services operates the following services in the areas of developmental disabilities, mental health, drug abuse, and alcoholism:
• Outpatient- Evaluation, diagnosis and treatment utilizing individual, group, family and marital therapies. Eligibility determination DD services
• Consultation- Evaluations, case planning, etc., to schools, nursing homes, and other agencies emphasizing prevention and coordination of services.
• Emergency- 24 hour phone service to provide information, referral and emergency care.
• Birth to Three family support program- Early intervention services for children ages birth to three who are found to be developmentally delayed or have a diagnosed condition which will likely result in developmental delay. Families receive education, therapy and service coordination. Anyone can refer a child for services.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN – EXTENSION916 East Elm St
Extending the resources and knowledge of the University of Wisconsin system to the people of Grant County. Education programming includes:
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN HOSPITALS, DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY – OUTPATIENT CLINIC6001 Research Park Boulevard
Outpatient psychiatric clinic.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN – PLATTEVILLE1 University Plaza
University of Wisconsin-Platteville faculty offer workshops, seminars and courses at various sites throughout southwest Wisconsin. These courses are from the undergraduate and graduate catalogs or courses especially developed to meet the needs of the staff in the school districts. The office of continuing education also works cooperatively with agencies and businesses in the area to meet their staff development requests. Consultants are available from many disciplines or colleges.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN – RICHLAND1200 Hwy 14 West
Provides a fully transferable, freshman-sophomore program for students pursuing a university degree. In addition, non credit programming is offered to over 3,500 persons each year through the office of continuing education.
UPLANDS COUNSELING ASSOCIATES829 South Iowa Street
Outpatient mental health counseling for individuals, families, and couples that is supportive of individuals in their endeavors to acept self-responsibliity for creating positive, healthy patterns in their life.
VETERANS HOSPITAL WILLIAM S. MIDDLETON MEMORIAL2500 Overlook Terrace
In-patient and out-patient general medical, surgical and psychiatric treatment.
VISION USA – THE WISCONSIN PROJECT6510 Grand Teton Plaza, Suite 312
Eye exams for low-income children (18 or younger). Applications are accepted all year long.
WESTERN WISCONSIN LEGAL SERVICES1.800.873.0928
Free legal advice, representation, and assistance to low-income people for civil, and legal problems including: assistance limited by financial eligibility, civil legal matter only–no criminal matters, services in landlord-tenant housing, SSI, SSDI, W-2, MA, Medicare, food stamps, family and consumer law. Also provides bankruptcy information and referrals, debt collection information, back up legal services, family court cases, education rights and records access, employment rights, consumer problems, local welfare, problems of disabled/handicapped persons, and Department of Aging Benefit Specialist.
WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION ON ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE, INC.6601 Grand Teton Plaza, Ave A
Education, Community Organization, Advocacy, Legislation, Consultation, Information, Conference.
WISCONSIN BADGER CAMP
Summer residential-recreational camping and limited year round programming. Activities include: swimming, recreation, music, nature, science arts, and crafts, including many everyday living expenses and sightseeing vacation trips. Ages three to adult. Any individual with a developmental disability, physical handicap, other neurological disorder. No one denied due to severity of disability.
WISCONSIN COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES201 West Washington Ave, Suite 110
Advocacy and community organizing, assistance with life’s transitions, federal funding for contracts to agencies and individuals to enhance life span of people with disabilities, and public education.
WISCONSIN FAMILY TIES16 North Carroll Street, Suite 640
Information, referral and resources, advocacy, support groups, and family services to children and families with severe emotional, behavioral, mental and substance disorders.
WISCONSIN FATHERS FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIESP.O. Box 1742
We are a group of men and women working to assure every child has the fullest opportunity to experience the love and nurturance of both their father and mother. We operate a telephone hotline, publish “Today’s Dads” newsletter, and support the role of responsible fathers in the raising of children. We also educate the public, courts and legislators about the important role fathers play in the raising of children.
WISCONSIN FIRST STEPGundersen Lutheran Medical Center
Operate by First Call For Help, a community service of Gundersen Lutheran medical Center, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Statewide confidential information and referral service dedicated to helping families and professionals find resources for children birth to 21 years with special needs.
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICE6800 76th Street
Family counseling, pastor and teacher consultation, Christian family living education workshops, services to parents out-of-wedlock.
WISCONSIN WELL WOMAN PROGRAMGrant County Health Department
Provider for health related screenings, diagnostic tests, and assistance locating services related to heart disease, breast and cervical cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, depression and domestic abuse to women ages 35-64. Eligibility is based on age, income and lack of adequate health insurance.
PHONE: 1-800-267-1018 or 608-348-2846
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