Spanish speaking interpreters are available on site.
Interpreters for other languages can be made available upon request.
The unit provides services through the following public assistance programs:
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Non custodial parents are court ordered to Economic Support to assist them in seeking and obtaining employment. They must participate in this program for 16 weeks or until they have paid three consecutive months of child support.
Child Care Certification
There are many benefits to becoming a certified child care provider. Some of these benefits include being able to provide care for Wisconsin Shares Subsidized children, participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program to be reimbursed for meals, having access to a wide variety of resources and technical assistance to help you succeed, and receiving referrals of families looking for a daycare provider. If you are interested in becoming a certified child care provider, please call 920-386-3760 and ask for the Certification Worker. We will set up a meeting with you where you will learn about becoming certified and will receive all necessary forms and documents.
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Food Share (formerly known as Food Stamps)
Food Share can be used to pay for food in order to make it easier for persons to have a healthy adequate diet. Some clients may be referred to the Food Share Employment and Training Program for assistance in seeking and obtaining employment.
Food Share Employment & Training (FSET)
The purpose of FSET is to provide Food Share recipients the assistance and support they need to obtain competitive employment. FSET utilizes the strengths, needs and preferences of the job seeker to provide services that will result in successful competitive employment, while promoting economic self-sufficiency.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
May assist in paying heating bills by making a one-time payment to the fuel supplier for each heating season (October 1 through May 15) for a portion of the heating bills.
In order to be eligible for Medical Assistance an individual must belong to one of the following groups:
♦ Under age 19
♦ Over age 65
♦ Disabled as defined by Social Security.
♦ Part of a family where one or both parents are either unemployed or incapacitated,
♦ Part of a family where only one parent is living in the home as a result of divorce,
separation, and unmarried parenthood.
♦ Be a pregnant woman.
♦ Be uninsured and low income.
Please refer to the following web sites for additional Medicaid program
information (external links, will open in a new browser window):
| ♦ BadgerCare
♦ HMO/Managed Care
♦ Medicaid Purchase Plan (MAPP)
♦ Medicare Premium Assistance Program
♦ Wisconsin Well Woman Program
Wisconsin Shares - Child Care
Assistance for childcare costs for those who are working, attending high school or looking for work. Single parent households will be referred to the Child Support Agency.
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|Please refer to the following websites for additional program information:
♦ ACCESS - Your Connection to Programs for Health, Nutrition and Child Care
♦ Caretaker Supplement
♦ Child Support On Line Services
♦ Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)
♦ Dislocated Workers
♦ Earned Income Tax Credit
♦ Estate Recovery
♦ Job Seeker Services
♦ Job Center of Wisconsin
♦ Kinship Care Program
♦ National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
♦ United States Department of Health and Human Services
♦ USDA Food and Nutrition Services (FNS)
♦ Worker’s Compensation
Wisconsin Works (W-2) and FSET programs in Dodge County are run by:
Forward Service Corporation
They are located at:
834 Park Ave.
Beaver Dam, Wisconsin 53916
Their phone numbers are:
920-306-2396 & 920-306-2508
USDA Nondiscrimination Statement
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To file a complaint of discrimination, write:
Director, Office of Civil Rights
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Washington, D.C. 20250-9410
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