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KHDS Information Please

Kenosha Human Development Services Information Please Community Service Directory for the City of Kenosha.

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WELCOME TO THE 2018

INFORMATION PLEASE DIRECTORY

Information Please is published annually with the help of HAPPENINGS MAGAZINE.
The publication is designed to allow community members to find a variety of social service
information in a familiar and organized way. Agencies are listed alphabetically. They are then
indexed in the back of the magazine by service area.
We appreciate the contribution of the following partners in this publication:

O Kenosha County Department of Human Services
O Division of Aging and Disability Services
O Division Of Health
O Division of Children and Family Services
O United Way of Kenosha County
KHDS is proud to bring this directory to the community. We hope it assists people in accessing
community services.
KHDS recently opened a new Crisis Prevention Center at 1202 60th Street in Kenosha. Those in
need can stop in or call our Crisis Hotline as 262-657-7188 or 800-236-7188 24 hours a day, 7 days
a week, 365 days a year. We have also added a Main Office line for non-crisis assistance or general
information at 262-764-8555.
Sincerely,

Jeannine M. Field
Executive Director
Kenosha Human Development Services

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1. A&J MOBILITY 2017 NAACP Dinner where Kenosha Unity Coalition was honored. Pictured here is Guida Brown • Public awareness/education
3058 Helsan Dr Executive Director of Hope Council, DA Mike Graveley, Gwen Perry-Brye, Rep. Tammy Baldwin programs such as literature on
Richfield, WI 53076 treatments. Has social workers to
(800) 517-1024 • Medicaid eligibility and certification 6. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS help.
(262)-623-6236 for coverage of nursing home care (262) 554-7788 24-Hour Hotline
FAX: (262) 623-6237 and home-based community (262) 554-6611 Direct Line 9. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
EMAIL: Richfield@aandjvans.com programs HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm Sat. 9am- N19W24350 Riverwood Dr
WEB: www.aandjmobility.com • Long Term Care Consultation: 2pm Waukesha, WI 53188
HOURS: M-F 8am-5:30pm Sat by Confidential consultation regarding SERVICES: (262) 523-5501
Appointment only eligibility for programs to fund • Support groups at various times (800) 227-2345
SERVICES: needed services to help in your and places. Must call for times HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
• Builds wheelchair accessible vans home or residential care options • ALANON literature and other WEB: www.cancer.org
and specialized seating for vehicles • Protective services: Intervention for recovery related material available SERVICES:
• Sells pre-owned accessible vehicles reports of possible physical abuse or • Disease/disability information on
and rents accessible vehicles neglect, financial abuse, or self- 7. ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION cancer and related disorders
• Vehicle modifications for hand neglect OF SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN • Educational programs and support
controls, wheelchair, scooter lifts, • Assistance with advanced 620 S 76th St Ste 160 groups
and Auto adaptive vehicles directives Milwaukee, WI 53214 • Recreational activities, educational
• Promotes safe healthy lifestyles (414) 479-8800 material, and literature
2. AALTO LIFE ENHANCEMENT through self-help workshops (800) 272-3900 24-Hour Hotline • Offers transportation and legal
CENTER • Help for young adults with HOURS: 24/7 advocacy
8503 75th St Ste A disabilities as they transition from WEB: www.alz.org/sewi • Provides referrals for financial
Kenosha, WI 53142 childrens to adult services SERVICES: assistance, co-pays, and
(262) 654-9370 • Sells reduced price bus passes for • Information on Alzheimer’s disease transportation
HOURS: M-F 9am-8pm, Sat 9am- people with disabilities and other related dementia • National call center 24/7
2pm • Provides advocacy for caregivers,
SERVICES: 5. AIDS RESOURCE CENTER OF families, and consumers 10. AMERICAN HEART AND
• Provides outpatient alcohol and WISCONSIN • Support groups for families and STROKE ASSOCIATION OF
drug addiction treatment services 1212 57th St caregivers WISCONSIN
• Massage therapy services and yoga Kenosha, WI 53140 • Safe Return Program provides ID 1555 N. River Center Dr., Suite 211
• Counseling for mental health (262) 657-6644 bracelets to the caregiver and Milwaukee, WI 53212
disorders, families, and individuals FAX: (262) 657-6949 consumer (414) 271-9999
• Life skills group HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm • Care consultation - education for (800) 242-9236
• Offers teen life skills group WEB: www.arcw.org the workplace, the community, and FAX: (414) 271-3299
• Offers anger management groups SERVICES: the family WEB: www.heart.org/CPR
for men and women separately • Provides information on AIDS and • Educational programs and HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm
other disease/disability information Materials Library for caregivers and SERVICES:
3. ACCESS • Provides clinical trials, HIV testing, families • Heart disease and stroke
WEB: Access.wisconsin.gov and Hepatitis C testing information
SERVICES: • Offers medical care 8. AMERICAN BRAIN TUMOR • Disease/disability information on
• Apply online for Food Share, • Peer support groups in Milwaukee ASSOCIATION related disorders
Medicaid/BadgerCare, Family • Social workers 8550 W Bryn Mawr Ave Ste 550 • Educational programs to teach CPR
Planning Waiver and Childcare • Dental service in Milwaukee and Chicago, IL 60631 and other related certifications. Call
subsidies Green Bay (800) 886-2282 (877) 242-4277 for CPR class
• Get information about your benefits • Food pantry available for those (773) 577-8750 information
• Report changes who qualify for their services FAX: (773) 577-8738
• Provides housing and legal WEB: www.abta.org 11. AMERICAN RED CROSS
4. AGING & DISABILITY assistance HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm 2600 W. Wisconsin Ave.
RESOURCE CENTER OF KENOSHA • Prevention services: Needle SERVICES: Milwaukee, WI 53233
COUNTY exchange and condom distribution • Disease/disability information and (414) 342-8680
8600 Sheridan Rd Ste 500 newsletters (800) 733-2767 National Red
Kenosha, WI 53143 • Support groups for families, Cross/Emergency
(262) 605-6646 friends, and consumers FAX: (414) 342-7802
(800) 472-8008 WEB:www.redcross.org/local/wiscon
FAX: (262) 605-6649 sin
WEB: HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm
http://www.adrc.kenoshacounty.org/ SERVICES:
HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm • Health and safety education
SERVICES: (babysitting, first aid, and CPR
• The ADRC is a “one stop shop” for classes)
information on services for those 60 • Disaster relief services
and over, younger adults with • Classes offered- call (800) 733-
disabilities and caregivers 2767 or register online
• Information and assistance www.redcross.org
regarding a variety of services and • For information on volunteer
resources- free service directory is opportunities: www.redcross.org,
available click on volunteer
• Loan Closet: donate or borrow
durable medical equipment (walker,
shower chair etc.)
• Benefit Assistance: Help with
Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security,
health insurance, housing, and other
public benefit issues

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KENOSHA KHDS18 KHDS18
COUNTY

DIVISION OF HEALTH

8600 Sheridan Rd. Kenosha, WI 53143
2000 63rd Street

Kenosha, WI 53143
-and-

Hwy. 45 & 50
Bristol, WI 53104
Reproductive Health Services

CONFIDENTIAL
Reproductive Health

Contraceptive (Birth Control)
services and supplies

Pap Screening / Reproductive Health
Education

Pregnancy Testing
Pre-conseption counceling

Confidential HIV / AIDS testing
and counseling

Sexually Transmitted Disease screening &
treatment.

Fertility awareness information

Minimal fees requested at time of service.

Complete Family Vision Care Westosha Head Start

• Ocular Disease Management A Place To Learn, Grow and Play

THOMAS • Cataracts • Diabetes • Glaucoma School Readiness Preschool Program
• Specializing In Contact Lenses
Head Start is federally funded pre-school
EYE • Refractive Surgery Consultant program for children of all abilities who live in
• Fashion Frames • In House Lab
Western Kenosha County.
Day, Evening &
30100 Wilmot Road
CARE Saturday 110515 P.O. Box 57
Appointments
Wilmot WI 53192
www.thomaseyecare.net 262-862-6168

Jeffrey R. Thomas, O.D. • Donna Brunello, O.D. No cost to eligible families. Limited bussing KHDS16
available Enrolling year round
2305 30th Ave. • 597-20/20
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12. AMERICAN TELEPSYCHIATRY State Banks of the Lakes brings home the "Strike Out Abuse" Bowl-a-thon trophy for the 2nd year in Medicare
American Telepsychiatry a row at the 2017 Women and Children's Horizons fundraiser. • Requires a referral from an Aurora
(414) 376-5577 primary doctor
(800) 476-9340 SERVICES: • Section 8 housing vouchers
American Telepsychiatry Kenosha • Accepts Section 8 housing accepted 22. AURORA CANCER CARE
3410 80th St. vouchers • Subsidized rental and low-income 6811 118th Ave
Kenosha, WI 53142 • Subsidized rentals for families- 39 housing Kenosha, WI 53142
(414) 376-6053 two-bedroom units, 8 three-bedroom • Resident Services Coordinator (262) 857-5750
American Telepsychiatry Racine town homes, and 1 three-bedroom available to residents as needed FAX: (262) 857-1142
1648 Washington Ave. handicapped accessible unit HOURS: M-F 7:30am-5pm
Racine, WI 53403 19. AURORA AT HOME WEB: www.aurora.org
(414) 269-5252 16. ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION 103 N Dodge St SERVICES:
American Milwaukee South 10427 W Lincoln Ave Ste 1300 Burlington, WI 53105 • Hematology and oncology
4650 S. Howell Ave. West Allis, WI 53227 (262) 757-2575 • Outpatient services
Milwaukee, WI 53207 (414) 321-3933 (800) 558-0755
(414) 376-5577 (800) 333-1380 HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm 23. AURORA MEDICAL CENTER-
SERVICES: FAX: (414) 321-0365 WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org CLINICS
• Provides Psychiatric Evaluations EMAIL: info.wi@arthritis.org SERVICES: 10400 75th St
via video conference WEB: www.arthritis.org • Skilled nursing & home health care Kenosha, WI 53142
• Prescriptions sent directly to your HOURS: M-Th 8am-5pm, F 8am- • Medical equipment and supplies (262) 948-7000
pharmacy 4pm • Rehabilitation therapy, IV & FAX: (262) 948-7322
• Medication management, SERVICES: respiratory therapy CONTACT PERSON: (Complaints and
Psychotherapy • Provides information on arthritis • Patient education Compliments): Kim Mitchell at 262-
and other related disorders 948-6902
13. AMRI COUNSELING • Offers living well self-help program 20. AURORA AT HOME (HOSPICE) WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org
6321 23rd Ave and exercise aquatic program 116 N Dodge St. Ste 8 HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm (varies by
Kenosha, WI 53143 • Information and referrals to provide Burlington, WI 53105 provider)
(262) 671-1625 advocacy (262) 757-2575 Walk-in-Clinic (262) 948-7030
4001 W Capitol Dr (800) 558-0755 HOURS: M-F 7am-10pm, Sat-Sun
Milwaukee, WI 53216 17. ASCENT COUNSELING HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm 8am-4pm, Holidays 8am-3pm
(414) 810-6691 SERVICES WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org SERVICES:
FAX: (866) 719-3024 320 Grand Ave SERVICES: • Provides health care such as walk-
EMAIL: Waukegan, IL 60085 • Hospice and Palliative care, skilled in clinic, family practice, and internal
jeffreypetersen@amricounseling.com (Located in the First Congregational nursing, home health care medicine
WEB: www.amricounseling.com Church of Christ) • Patient education, chaplain services • Specialty departments include
HOURS: M-F 8am-8pm, weekend (224) 730-2725 • Medical equipment and supplies Pediatrics, OB/Gyn, Occupational
appts available WEB: • Grief support groups- contact Health, Plastic Surgery, Cardiology,
SERVICES: www.ascentcounselingservices.com Harry Orthopedics, Ophthalmology,
• Mental health counseling SERVICES: • Offers IV pharmacy life-line Urology, Laboratory and Radiology
• Alcohol & drug counseling • Mental Health Counseling for • Provides Neurology, Pulmonology,
• Faith based counseling children (7-21) and for adults 21. AURORA BEHAVIORAL Rheumatology services
• Marriage & family therapy • Spanish speaking therapist HEALTH SERVICES
• Anger management available 12225 71st St 24. AURORA MEDICAL CENTER-
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Kenosha, WI 53142 HOSPITAL
• Family support services 18. ASSISI HOMES OF KENOSHA (877) 666-7223 (new patients) 10400 75th St
• Accepts T19, most insurances, 1860 27th Ave (262) 948-4870 (current patients) Kenosha, WI 53142
private pay Kenosha, WI 53140 HOURS: M-Th 8am-5:30pm, F 8am- (262) 948-5600
• Offers sliding fee scale (262) 551-9821 4:30pm FAX: (262) 942-5828
EMAIL: WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org
14. ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER Dwozniak@Mercyhousing.org SERVICES: HOURS: 24 hrs/day
PO BOX 747 CONTACT PERSON: Darline • Mental health counseling SERVICES:
St Germain, WI 54558 Wozniak, Property Manager, at 262- • Psychiatric services offered for • Offers emergency medical care,
(800) 860-3431 551-9821 ages 3+ OB-GYN, outpatient/inpatient
FAX: (715) 542-4500 HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • Counseling -Individuals (adults), surgery, pharmacy, and wellness
EMAIL: SERVICES: family, and children age 3-17 programs
angel@angelonmyshoulder.org • Provides senior apartments for • Group therapy
WEB:www.angelonmyshoulder.org ages 62 + • Accepts Medicaid HMOs and 25. AURORA VISION CENTER
HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm 6815 118th Ave
SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53142
• Weekend camps for children and (262) 857-5600 Vision Clinic
teens who have lost a loved one with (262) 857-5665 Optical Shop
cancer or have lost someone to FAX: (262) 857-1171
cancer WEB:
• Disease/disability information https://my.aurorahealthcare.org
• Support groups for consumers and HOURS: Vision Clinic: M-F 7am-
caregivers 5pm Optical Shop: M/W 8am-6pm;
• Programs offered that address Tu/Th/ Fri 8am-5pm
needs of caregivers and survivors SERVICES:
• Provides comprehensive
15. ARBOR GREEN APTS ophthalmology and optometry
6001 55th St services, including general eye
Kenosha, WI 53144 exams for adults and children
(262) 843-2070 • Offers a large selection of eyewear
HOURS: Tu-Th 8am-4:30pm

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26. AUTISM SOCIETY OF Many of the KHDS staff were on hand at the Crisis Prevention Center to give tours and answer 35. BROADSCOPE DISABILITY
SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN community members’ questions. SERVICES
3720 N 124th St Ste O 6102 Layton Ave
Wauwatosa, WI 53222 6530 Sheridan Rd Ste 2 • Information and referral Greenfield, WI 53220
(414) 988-1260 Kenosha, WI 53143 • Public awareness/education (414) 329-4500
FAX: (888) 280-1844 (262) 605-8442 provided for family and friends. FAX: (414) 329-4510
EMAIL: info@assew.org WEB: Birdsofafeatheragency.org Conferences are held throughout EMAIL: info@broadscope.org
WEB: www.assew.org HOURS: Call for more information Wisconsin WEB: www.broadscope.org
HOURS: M-Th 9am-3pm, F by appt SERVICES: • Support groups HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm
SERVICES: • Urine/drug screen analysis • Rehabilitation facility (in SERVICES:
• Information and referral • AODA Day treatment service Milwaukee) • Information and referral to
• Public awareness/education on Aftercare/treatment planning resources for people with cerebral
autism spectrum disorders • Family counseling and 33. BRIDGES COMMUNITY palsy and developmental disabilities
(brochures and educational psychotherapy CENTER • Respite care and camps for people
seminars) • Intervention 5718 7th Ave with mobility impairments
• Offers support groups for parents • Gang prevention P.O. Box 157 • Newsletter of special events
and families • Group & individual counseling Kenosha, WI 53140
• Parental education • Education groups (262) 657-5252 36. BROOKDALE KENOSHA
• Adults on the Spectrum support • Anger management groups EMAIL: Cszulczewskie@khds.org 10108 74th St
group HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm, Sat Kenosha, WI 53142
• One-week children’s camp called I 31. BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF 9am-1pm (262) 694-6101
Can Shine KENOSHA, INC- CYC SPORTS SERVICES: HOURS: 24hrs/day
1330 52nd St • Drop in center for people with EMAIL: erooney@brookdale.com
27. BETHANY LUTHERAN Kenosha, WI 53140 mental health conditions and AODA WEB: www.brookdale.com
2100 75th St (262) 654-6200 • Peer support groups throughout SERVICES:
Kenosha, WI 53143 FAX: (262) 654-0323 the week • Assisted living facility for people
(262) 652-3574 WEB: www.bgckenosha.org • Provides information on mental who have Alzheimer’s and/or
HOURS: M-F 7:30am-3:30pm EMAIL: info@bgckenosha.org health and related disorders dementia
SERVICES: OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm • Social/recreational programs and • Life enrichment skills taught
• Offers Alcoholics Anonymous (Office hours are subject to change advocacy • Activities and outings for residents
Meetings Wed at 6pm depending on the season) • Offers coffee in the morning, lunch
• Religious services Sat 5:30pm, Sun BUILDING HOURS: 7am-8pm School at 1pm for members only 37. BROOKDALE PLEASANT
8am & 10:30am Year, 7am-6pm Summer • Offers mental health groups for PRAIRIE
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM: women and men 7377 88th Ave
28. BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU Ages 6-12 M-Th 3pm-7pm, F 12pm- • Ages 18+ Kenosha, WI 53142
10019 W Greenfield Ave 5pm (262) 697-7778
Milwaukee, WI 53214 Ages 13-18 M-Th 3:30pm-8pm, F 34. BRIGHTSTAR HEALTHCARE EMAIL: erooney@brookdale.com
(414) 847-6000 2:30pm-6:30pm 4701 Washington Ave Ste 290 WEB:www.brookdale.com
FAX: (414) 302-0355 SERVICES: Racine, WI 53406 OFFICE HOURS: M-F 9am-4:30pm
EMAIL: info@wisconsin.bbb.org • After school programs for ages 6- (262) 637-7767 SERVICES:
WEB: www.bbb.org 18 HOURS: Live client support available • Senior assisted living 65+
OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • Gang prevention programs are part 24/7 • 50 self-contained apartments with
PHONE HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm of the after-school programs EMAIL: RN on staff 24/7
SERVICES: • Youth Employment Jamie.Repa@BrightStarcare.com • For individuals who are fairly
• Consumer complaints and • Recreational activities/registering WEB: www.BrightStarcare.com independent but need assistance
compliments are recorded for sports teams SERVICES: with some activities of daily living
• Provides reliability reports on • Caregivers: qualified professional • Activities are offered
businesses 32. BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION medical and non-medical caregivers • Pets allowed
• Offers mediation and arbitration OF WISCONSIN providing companionship, CNA • Private pay
6409 Odana Rd Suite 1H personal care, bathing, nursing,
29. BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS Madison, WI 53719 blood draws, injections, live-in 38. BROOKSIDE CARE CENTER
OF RACINE AND KENOSHA Main Phone: (262) 790-9660 assistance, medication set-up, and 3506 Washington Rd
COUNTIES, INC Cell Phone: (608) 206-6426 reminders Kenosha, WI 53144
3131 Taylor Ave Bldg. 4 EMAIL:admin@biaw.org • Support Services: shopping and (262) 653-3800
Racine, WI 53405 WEB: www.biaw.org transportation, laundry, light house- OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
(262) 637-7625 HOURS: M-Th 9am-3pm keeping, and meal preparation WEB: www.kenoshacounty.org
FAX: (262) 635-2431 SERVICES: SERVICES:
WEB: www.BeABigNow.org • Disease/disability Information on • Skilled nursing facility providing
HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm brain injuries and other related short term rehabilitation and long
SERVICES: disorders term care
• Provides adult/child mentoring
programs for children ages 6-18 39. BUREAU OF CONSUMER
• Adults mentor children to become PROTECTION
good citizens PO Box 8911
• Extensive interview process to be Madison, WI 53708
matched with a child (800) 422-7128
• The pair spend a minimum of three FAX: (608) 224-4677
to five hours a month together. EMAIL: datcphotline@wisconsin.gov
Referrals come from school, WEB: www.datcp.wisconsin.gov
organizations, or families HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm
• Provides in-school mentoring SERVICES:
• Consumer advocacy & protection-
30. BIRDS OF A FEATHER investigates unfair and deceptive
AGENCY business practices

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$780 to $820 REASONABLY
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MAINTAINTED

1,000 sq. ft. HEAT INCLUDED!

Near parks, shopping, restaurants, library, bike trail!

Senior Subsidized 1 Bedroom Apartments

Villa Nova, 2401 18th Street
Tuscan Villas, 8051 25th Avenue

Northside Locations Including: 082417
1703 16th Ave • 1550 15th Ave • 1830 22nd Ave • 2524 18th St

Family Subsidized Housing:
2 Bedroom Apartments • 3 Bedroom Townhomes

HB2017 Call Or Visit Our Management Office 262-551-7255

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40. CALVARY CONGREGATIONAL Frank Elementary School students show excitement for the first day of school. • Autism Services: ABA Therapy, In-
CHURCH home services, and weekend
1511 Wilmot Ave people with physical disabilities 48. CHILD CARE INFORMATION scheduling
Twin Lakes, WI 53181 CENTER
(262) 877-3133 45. CARTHAGE COLLEGE 2109 S Stoughton Rd 51. CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF
SERVICES: 2001 Alford Park Dr Madison, WI 53716 WISCONSIN COMMUNITY
• Alcoholics Anonymous Sun at 8pm Kenosha, WI 53140 (608) 224-5388 SERVICES
and Th at 6pm (262) 551-8500 (800) 362-7353 8207 22nd Ave Ste 155
• Sprouts play group on Mon WEB: www.carthage.edu FAX: (608) 224-6178 Kenosha, WI 53143
mornings 9am-10:30am EMAIL: admissions@carthage.edu EMAIL: ccic@dpi.wi.gov New Clients/Intake: (414) 266-3339
• Senior Citizens social groups on HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm WEB: www.ccic.wi.gov Existing Clients: (262) 652-5522
first and third Mon at 11am SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm FAX: (262) 652-7228
• Pathways Learning Group for • Provides post-secondary education SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm, evening
developmentally disabled M-F 9am and has academic counseling for • Provides information on childcare by appointment
students providers throughout Wisconsin WEB:
41. CAMELOT APTS • Recreational Program for families • Information booklets or newsletters www.chw.org/communityservices
1468 16th Ave with young children-donations available on parenting issues and SERVICES:
Kenosha, WI 53140 accepted childcare providers • Child and family counseling
(262) 551-9660 • Provides resources for dilemmas services
FAX: (262) 551-9761 46. CATHOLIC CHARITIES within the workforce or with • Provide services for supervised
HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm 800 Wisconsin Ave childcare providers visitation
SERVICES: Racine, WI 53403 • Referrals to other programs • Experience with ADHD, foster care
• Accepts Section 8 housing (262) 658-2088 and adoption, school problems,
vouchers FAX: (262) 637-0695 49. CHILDREN & ADULTS WITH depression and anxiety, and family
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WEB: • Counseling for children, families, Contact: Dr. Katherine Burrows 52. CHOICES OF LIFE
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• All free services • Disease/disability information on HOURS: Wed 10am-3:00pm or by
• Pregnancy tests 47. CELEBRE PLACE ASSISTED Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity appointment
• Adoption referrals LIVING Disorder SERVICES:
• Limited obstetrical ultrasound 1870 27th Ave • Mutual support groups that meet • All services are free, and offered to
• Classes are offered in parenting, Kenosha, WI 53140 once a month pregnant moms and new moms
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• Day programs include the art 54. CITY OF KENOSHA -
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• Veteran advocacy for benefits HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm
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83. EVERY CHILD’S PLACE KHDS Executive Director Jeannine Field, Kenosha City Alderman Jack Rose and community organiz- 96. FROEDERT SOUTH - ST
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• Offers action program that helps (866) 327-1669 SERVICES:
reduce interest and payments 90. FLEMING PSYCHOLOGICAL EMAIL: forwardtransport@gmail.com • Provides reading assistance to
• Offers coaching, counseling, SERVICES, SC OFFICE HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm people with visual impairments
education, financial analyses, debt 6121 Green Bay Rd Ste 230 TRANSPORTATION HOURS: M-F • 91.1 FM WGTD
management plans, pre-bankruptcy Kenosha, WI 53140 7am-7pm
counseling, bill paying services, and (262) 654-8366 SERVICES: 99. GATEWAY TECHNICAL
payoff negotiations FAX: (262) 842-0444 • Ambulatory transportation COLLEGE
• Assists with hardship cases HOURS: M-Th 8am-5pm, F 8am- • Accepts MTM 3520 30th Ave
• Received an A+ rating from the 4pm • Phones answered 24/7 Kenosha, WI 53144
Better Business Bureau SERVICES: (262) 564-2200
• Provides outpatient counseling 95. FROEDERT SOUTH - WEB: www.gtc.edu
86. FAMILY PSYCHIATRIC CARE services specializing in families and KENOSHA MEDICAL CENTER STUDENT SERVICES HOURS: M-Th
1114 56th St. mental health CAMPUS 8am-7pm, F 8am-4pm
Kenosha, WI 53140 6308 8th Ave SERVICES:
(262) 725-4426 91. FOREST COURT Kenosha, WI 53143 • Community college that provides
FAX: (262) 299-7136 APARTMENTS AND TOWNHOMES (262) 656-2011 post-secondary education and adult
Hours: M-Thurs 8am-6pm 1805 Birch Road (Office: Petretti HOURS: 24/7 education for GED/HSED
SERVICES: Apartments) SERVICES: • Academic counseling is offered as
• Family Psychiatric Care, Psychiatric Kenosha, WI 53140 • Emergency medical care and well as vocational education
Evaluations, Medication Management (262) 551-7255 hospital
• Ages 6+ SERVICES: • Women’s health and birthing center 100. GERALD L. IGNACE INDIAN
• Family Subsidized Housing HEALTH CENTER
87. FAMILY SERVICE OF RACINE, 930 W. Mitchell St.
INC Milwaukee, WI 53204
420 7th St (414) 383-9526
Racine, WI 53403 FAX: (414) 671-6606
(262) 634-2391 WEB: www.gliihc.net
FAX: (262) 634-5342 HOURS: M/W 8am-5pm, T/Th 8am-
HOURS: M-Th 8am-8pm 7pm, F 8am-12pm
SERVICES: SERVICES:
• Provides outpatient mental health • Family practice care
counseling • Wellness programs and psychiatric
• Anger management classes on M care available
5pm-6pm, cost is $25 • Counseling services are provided
• Paternity educational workshops as • Medicaid, private insurance, and
well as shared placement workshops self-pay accepted

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101. GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL OF The Scholarship presentation to Shannon Kafura at the golf outing June, 2017. 113. HOME HEALTH HOTLINE
KENOSHA COUNTY Shannon is from Kenosha and is a pre-med student at Carthage College. Her dad and step-mom are 1 W Wilson St Rm 950
2303 37th St Madison, WI 53701
Kenosha, WI 53140 behind her. Frank Germinaro, Chairman of the Society’s Assets Board of Directors is on the right. (800) 642-6552
(262) 657-7102 HOURS: 7:30am-4:15pm
FAX: (262) 657-7104 familyselection@habitatkenosha.org Counseling SERVICES:
WEB: www.gswise.org HOURS: M-Sat 9am-11am • Mental Health counseling for • Information provided on all the
RESOURCE CENTER HOURS: M SERVICES: children, adolescents, and adults health care and residential service
9am-6:30pm, Tu-Th 9am-5:30pm, F • Assists families in buying a home providers or facilities in Wisconsin
9am-5pm, 1st Sat of the month (Oct • Must meet eligibility criteria, 110. HEAR WISCONSIN • Complaints on the facilities and
1-May 7) 8:30am-12pm perform at least 300 hours of sweat 10243 W National Ave staff recorded here
SERVICE CENTER HOURS: M-F equity, attend home ownership West Allis, WI 53227
9am-5pm workshops and classes, and help (414) 604-2200 114. HOME HELPERS
SERVICES: pay some closing costs FAX: (414) 604-7200 1100 56th St Ste 300
• Youth leadership development and VIDEO PHONE: (866) 954-9435 Kenosha, WI 53140
team building activities 107. HARBOR HOUSE WEB: www.cchdwi.org (262) 997-0711
North Location: HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm FAX: (262) 997-0705
102. GLENWOOD APARTMENTS 4600 52nd Ave SERVICES: WEB:
1920 27th Ave Kenosha, WI 53144 • Works with TEPP to provide www.homehelpershomecare.com/ke
Kenosha, WI 53140 (262) 654-5183 assisted listening devices nosha
(262) 551-0989 FAX: (262) 654-5162 • Provides consultation to assist in HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4pm South Location: arranging services for people or SERVICES:
SERVICES: 7135 Green Bay Rd making referrals • Services for all age groups,
• Accepts Section 8 vouchers Kenosha, WI 53142 • Birth to three program & early including new moms, working
• Senior apartments available for (262) 942-0985 intervention classes parents, recuperative care, personal
those ages 55+ FAX: (262) 942-0981 • Speech, oral, & rehabilitation care services, and continual care
• Nonsmoking building WEB: www.azuramemory.com services • Services available include
HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm • Sign language interpreters available companionship, light housekeeping,
103. GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF SERVICES: • Audiological services provided meal preparation, grocery shopping,
SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN, INC • Long-term residential facility for • Provides hearing aids and hearing transportation, and laundry
6100 75th St seniors providing Alzheimer’s and evaluations • Assists with all actions of daily life
Kenosha, WI 53142 dementia care • Support groups • Medication reminders
(262) 948-8070 • Social activities and exercise • Skills development
HOURS: M-Sat 9am-9pm, Sun programs 111. HEARTLAND HOSPICE • Certified Medicaid Personal Care
10am-8pm • Accepts Family Care, Long-term SERVICES OF KENOSHA Agency
SERVICES: care, and private pay 9114 58th Pl #500
• Thrift Store- clothing, furniture, Kenosha, WI 53144-7816 115. HOME INSTEAD SENIOR
shoes, accessories, knickknacks, and 108. HARBORSIDE COMMONS (262) 652-4731 CARE
small appliances for sale SENIOR APARTMENTS Admission/New Patient: (866) 216- 2616 Lathrop Ave
• Donations of the same accepted 716 51st Pl 5708 Racine, WI 53405
• Furniture must not be torn, ripped, Kenosha, WI 53140 WEB: heartlandhospice.com (262) 598-0290
or stained (262) 925-0296 SERVICES: FAX: (262) 598-0559
HOURS: 10am-4pm or by appt • Medication management WEB: www.homeinstead.com/427
104. GRANDE PRAIRIE HEALTH & SERVICES: • Equipment and supplies SERVICES:
REHAB CENTER • Senior Independent Living Facility • Palliative (comforting) treatments • Senior home care services
10330 Prairie Ridge Blvd • Handicapped accessible • Pain and symptom management • Aging
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 • Pet friendly • Psychosocial and spiritual support • Alzheimer’s/dementia information
(262) 612-2800 • All units include washer and dryer • Bereavement services
FAX: (262) 612-2850 • Underground parking • Patient and family education 116. HOPE COUNCIL ON
HOURS: M-F 8am-8pm • Music/Massage/Wound Care ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG
SERVICES: 109. HARBORSIDE THERAPY ABUSE, INC
• Skilled nursing services 705 50th St 112. HITEC SPECIAL EQUIPMENT 5942 6th Ave
• Rehabilitation services include Kenosha, WI CENTER FOR ATT Kenosha, WI 53140
occupational therapy, physical (262) 564-5305 (800) 288-8303 (262) 658-8166
therapy, & speech therapy FAX: (262) 564-5306 WEB: www.hitec.com FAX: (262) 658-8210
WEB: www.harborsidetherapy.com Hours: M-F 8am-5pm WEB: www.hopecouncil.org
105. H.A.L.O. (HOMELESS EMAIL: SERVICES: HOURS: M/W 8am-5pm, Tu/Th 8am-
ASSISTANCE LEADERSHIP harborsidetherapy@gmail.com • Special phone equipment for 8pm, F 8am-3pm
ORGANIZATION) HOURS: Call for appointment purchase including amplified SERVICES:
2000 DeKoven Ave SERVICES: phones, loud ringers, and large caller • Provides assessments for
Racine, WI 53403 • Individual, Family, and Couples ID units drinking/drug-impaired driver
(262) 633-3235 programs
FAX: (262) 633-7374 • Information and referral to
Hours: 8am-4:30pm resources for addiction and
SERVICES: alcoholism
• Homeless shelter (males, females, • Alcohol and drug testing
and mothers with children) • Goes to schools to provide
• Daycare open to the public for ages awareness for underage drinking
3 wks - 12 yrs old • Underage drinking classes available
• Owl Room (W2) only • I Am Special projects- support for
children of families with substance
106. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY abuse issues
HOMEOWNERSHIP PROGRAM • Supervised visitation
(262) 925-0360
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117. HOPELINE Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian spoke about how important the new KHDS Crisis Prevention 126. INTERNAL REVENUE
Text (741741) Center is to the citizens of Kenosha. SERVICE
Hours: 24/7 211 W Wisconsin Ave
WEBSITE: SERVICES: WEB:ifmobility.mcservices.com Milwaukee, WI 53203
www.centerforsuicideawareness.com • Disaster health & safety tips as well EMAIL: webgma@ifmobility.org (414) 231-2100
SERVICES: as disaster relief services HOURS: M/T/F 9am-4:30pm; (800) 829-1040
• Text in free service through the • Health & environmental W9:30am-4:30pm; Th10:30am- WEB: www.irs.gov
state of Wisconsin advisories/programs 6:00pm; HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
• Emotional support and resources • Provides information on housing Every 3rd Saturday of the month SERVICES:
(foreclosure, buying a house, loan 9am-4:30pm; Monday Prior to 3rd • Federal tax collection agencies and
118. HORIZON BEHAVIORAL information) Saturday 9am-4pm tax preparation
HEALTH SOLUTIONS • Homeless assistance and low- SERVICES:
6127 Green Bay Rd Ste 100 income housing information • Offers low cost, refurbished and 127. INTERSTATE BLOOD
Kenosha, WI 53142 provided sanitized mobility and medical PLASMA
(262) 948-1000 equipment to those who lack the 2053 22nd Ave
FAX: (262) 942-9374 122. HUMAN CAPITAL resources to acquire new equipment Kenosha, WI 53140
EMAIL: DEVELOPMENT CORP, INC • Offers a selection of low-cost new (262) 551-0479
Kalpanarao@horizonsbehavioralhealt First Choice Pre Apprenticeship equipment HOURS: M-Th 7am-6pm, F 7am-
h.com Training • Offers Wisloan, Telework Loan, 4pm, Sat 7am-3pm
HOURS: M-F 9am-5:30pm 1437 Marquette St Spinal Cord Injury Grant, United SERVICES:
SERVICES: Racine, WI 53404 Health Care Grant • Blood banks and plasma donation
• Adult and adolescent counseling (262) 633-3285
• Counseling offered for mood and FAX: (262) 633-3286 124. INSPIRATION MINISTRIES 128. J & B MEDICAL SUPPLY
panic disorders EMAIL: info@hcdcwi.org N2270 State Rd 67 50496 West Pontiac Trail
• Couples counseling WEB: www.hcdcwi.org Walworth, WI 53184 Wixom, MI 48393
• Bilingual Asian/Indian SERVICES: (262) 275-6131 (800) 737-0045
• Focuses on recruiting, educating, FAX: (262) 275-3355 FAX: (800) 737-0012
119. HOSPICE ALLIANCE, INC and placing workers on I-94 WEB: www.inspirationministries.org HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm EST
10220 Prairie Ridge Blvd South/West Corridor project HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm WEB: www.jandbmedical.com
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 • Requirements for R Trans include: SERVICES: SERVICES:
(262) 652-4400 18 years or older, high school • Assisted living apartments (one • Offers home medical supplies at
(800)-830-8344 diploma or GED, driver’s license, bedroom) and community-based competitive prices
FAX: (262) 652-4628 reliable transportation, 8th grade residential facility (16 rooms) for • Includes diabetic supplies
WEB: hospicealliance.org reading and math level, ability to people with developmental
EMAIL: hospice@hospicealliance.org pass drug and alcohol testing, disabilities 129. JOANN APARTMENTS
OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm willingness to travel and work in • Independent living options for 8828 41st Ave
SERVICES: poor conditions people with developmental Kenosha, WI 53142
• Support groups for bereavement • Includes short and long-term goal disabilities (Apartment living) (262) 694-7136
and socialization. Please call for planning, safety awareness, • Recreational programs such as SERVICES:
times and location of meetings CPR/First Aid, OSHA 10 training, hiking and camping • Subsidized and section 8 housing
• Palliative care services flagger certification, procedures for • Weekend Retreats throughout the for seniors and disabled
• Accepts Medicaid acquiring a CDL permit, knowledge year • One bedroom only
• Skilled nursing of contractors’ needs and
• Offers compassionate end of life expectations, knowledge of basic 125. INTERCONNECTIONS FAMILY 130. JOHN HAWLEY
care road building skills, apprenticeship AND PERSONAL THERAPY 6501 3rd Ave. Ste. 7
preparation and testing, and job 920 60th St Kenosha, WI 53413
120. HOSPITALITY NURSING & opportunities Kenosha, WI 53140 Phone: (262) 384-3590
REHAB CENTER • OSHA 30 Training (262) 654-5333 Hours: M/T/W/F 9am-5pm; TH
8633 32nd Ave • Three renovator classes annually FAX: (262) 654-7818 12pm-8pm
Kenosha, WI 53142 with 15-20 students per class HOURS: M-Th 9am-3pm, F 9am- SERVICES:
(262) 694-8300 3pm • Counselor for Individual, adult
FAX: (262) 694-3622 123. INDEPENDENCE 1ST SERVICES: mental health or substance abuse
HOURS: 24hrs/day MOBILITY STORE • Provides counseling for families, issues
SERVICES: 3720 N. 124th St. children, mental health, and alcohol
• Skilled nursing facilities for short- Wauwatosa, WI 53222 and substance abuse 131. JOURNEY CHURCH
and long-term services (414) 988-5333 • Accepts Medicaid and Medicare 10700 75th St
• Inpatient and outpatient FAX: (414) 988-5330 Kenosha, WI 53142
rehabilitation therapy services: (262) 694-3300
occupational, physical, and speech WEB: www.jrnychurch.com
• Respite care WORSHIP SERVICES: Sat 6pm; Sun
• Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, 9am and 10:45 am
private insurance, and private pay WINTER HOURS: 8am-4:30pm
SUMMER HOURS: 8:30am-4pm
121. HOUSING & URBAN SERVICES:
DEVELOPMENT (HUD)- • Divorce care support group for
MILWAUKEE FIELD OFFICE individuals who are separated or
310 W Wisconsin Ave Ste 950W divorced
Milwaukee, WI 53203 • Freedom Seekers program- twelve-
(800) 765-9372 Housing step program for addiction
Discrimination Hotline • Financial Peace- credit
(414) 297-3214 counseling/financial management
FAX: (414) 297-3947 class. Requires the purchase of a kit
WEB: www.hud.gov for $100.
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • Religious services
• Grief Share support group
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132. KEMPER CENTER The Kenosha Human Development Services management team were all at the SERVICES:
6501 3rd Ave Crisis Prevention Center dedication ceremony. • Provides medical, dental, and
Kenosha, WI 53143 behavioral health services
(262) 925-8040 136. KENOSHA AREA FAMILY & 138. KENOSHA BLOOD CENTER • Accepts Medicaid (BadgerCare) and
WEB: www.kempercenter.com AGING SERVICES INC 8064 39th Ave their HMOs
EMAIL: info@kempercenter.com 7730 Sheridan Rd Kenosha, WI 53142 • Accepts uninsured individuals,
HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm Kenosha, WI 53143 (877) BE-A-HERO uses sliding fee scale
SERVICES: (262) 658-3508 (877) 232-4376 • Bilingual services available
• Convention facility, information (262) 658-0237 Meals on Wheels WEB: www.bcw.edu • Pediatrician available
center, and historic museum WEB: www.kafasi.org HOURS: M 9:30am-5pm; Tu 12-7pm;
• Reception & ceremony location HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm Closed Wed; Th 8am-3:30pm 141. KENOSHA COUNTY CLERK
• Art Center AGING SERVICES: SERVICES: 1010 56th St
• Meals on Wheels • Blood donation facility Kenosha, WI 53140
133. KENOSHA ACHIEVEMENT • Senior dining program- age 60+, (262) 653-2552
CENTER - MAIN donations not required, call for site 139. KENOSHA CARE CENTER FAX: (262) 653-2564
1218 79th St and to make reservation (formerly known as Trans Corp) WEB: www.kenoshacounty.org
Kenosha, WI 53143 • Friendly visitor 1834 60th St (KCC3) HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
(262) 658-9500 • Daybreak program for people with Kenosha, WI 53140 SERVICES:
FAX: (262) 605-3300 mild memory disorders M-F 10am- (262) 656-1818 • Provides voting information
EMAIL: info@theKAC.com 4pm 5905 19th Ave (KCC2) • Assists with passports, marriage
WEB: www.thekac.com • Information and assistance (262) Kenosha, WI 53140 license, domestic partnership
HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4:30pm 605-6646 (262) 656-1118
SERVICES: • Retired and senior volunteer 6024 18th Ave (KCC1) 142. KENOSHA COUNTY
• Provides a variety of work related program Kenosha, WI 53140 CORPORATION COUNSEL
services for people with • Provides transportation for medical (262) 658-1262 912 56th St LL 13
developmental and physical appointments for elderly and FAX: (262) 656-1848 Kenosha, WI 53140
disabilities disabled HOURS: 24/7 (262) 925-8020
• Social and recreational programs • Voucher transportation SERVICES: FAX: (262) 925-8028
and community events FAMILY SERVICES: • Community based residential WEB: www.co.kenosha.wi.us
• Assists with job search and • Parent education facilities for people with mental HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm, closed 12-
placement • Family support and case health or developmental disabilities 1pm
• Vocational assessments management services • Caregivers on site 24 hours who SERVICES:
• Provides catering service for social • Family preservation program prepare meals and provide • County legal counsel
events, weddings, and more • Teen parent support program medication observation
• Provides transportation 143. KENOSHA COUNTY DIVISION
CARE-A-VAN 137. KENOSHA BIBLE CHURCH OF AGING AND DISABILITY
(262) 658-9093 5405 67th St 140. KENOSHA COMMUNITY SERVICES
(800) 678-1559 Kenosha, WI 53142 HEALTH CENTER, INC 8600 Sheridan Rd Ste 500
HOURS: M-F 5:55am-12am, Sat (262) 652-4507 Medical Clinic: Kenosha, WI 53143
9am-4pm by appointment WEB: www.kenoshabible.org/cr 4536 22nd Ave (262) 605-6646
• Transportation available for people SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53140 CRISIS LINE: (262) 657-7188
with disabilities and the elderly. Must • Men and women’s Bible study and WEB: www.co.kenosha.wi.us
not be able to use the city bus for • Religious services available Dental Clinic: HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
the trip. CELEBRATE RECOVERY 6226 14th Ave SERVICES:
• $4.00 one way and $4.00 for each Pastor Jim Gudmundson Kenosha, WI 53140 • Aging and disabilities services
additional stop, $1 for transportation MEETING HOURS: Th 6:30-8:45pm (262) 656-0044 • Mental health care management;
to a nutrition site • 12-step program for anyone FAX (Medical): (262) 653-2218 counseling, psychiatric, and alcohol
struggling with life’s hurts, hang- FAX (Dental): (262) 925-1680 and drug abuse services (262) 657-
134. KENOSHA ACHIEVEMENT ups, and habits WEB: www.kenoshachc.org 7188
CENTER - WEST • Group locator at HOURS: M-Th 7am-7pm, F 7am-
7405 30th Ave www.celebraterecovery.com 5pm, Sat 7am-3pm 144. KENOSHA COUNTY DIVISION
Kenosha, WI 53142 OF CHILDREN & FAMILY
(262) 658-9500 SERVICES
FAX: (262) 653-1035 8600 Sheridan Rd
EMAIL: info@theKAC.com Kenosha, WI 53143
WEB: www.thekac.com (262) 697-4500
HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4:30pm FAX: (262) 605-6570
SERVICES: WEB: www.co.kenosha.wi.us
• Early intervention for HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
infants/toddlers with disabilities and SERVICES:
Head Start programs • Child abuse reporting/crisis
• Donations are encouraged response
• Provides children’s protective
135. KENOSHA ALANO CLUB services and intervention
630 56th St • Juvenile court services and
Kenosha, WI 53140 supervision
(262) 654-8246 • Day care licensing
HOURS: Open daily, call for times • Foster care placement- child or
SERVICES: juvenile in need of protective
• Al-anon, Ala-teen, Alcoholics placement
Anonymous, and twelve-step • Kinship care
support groups
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145. KENOSHA COUNTY DIVISION Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser shared some the history of the KHDS Crisis Prevention specializing in the needs of children
OF HEALTH Center in his remarks at the dedication ceremony. with disabilities
8600 Sheridan Rd Ste 600 • Representative Payee Services- for
Kenosha, WI 53143-6515 149. KENOSHA ESTATES LIVING CRISIS PREVENTION CENTER individuals on Social Security
(262) 605-6700 & CARE CENTER 1202 60th St. benefits that need help to manage
(800) 472-8008 1703 60th St Kenosha, WI 53140 their money
FAX: (262) 605-6715 Kenosha, WI 53140 262-657-7188 • Alcohol and other drug and IV drug
WEB: www.co.kenosha.wi.us (262) 658-4125 (800) 236-7188 consultants
HOURS: M-F 7am-6pm FAX: (262) 658-2196 SERVICES:
SERVICES: SERVICES: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CASE
• Women’s clinic Tuesdays from • Specializes in Alzheimer’s and CRISIS PREVENTION/ MANAGEMENT:
8am-3pm dementia care INTERVENTION CENTER • HOURS: M-F 7:30am-5:00pm
• Walk-in STD clinic Mon 1:30pm ‚ • Skilled nursing facility includes • Adult Crisis Intervention- 24/7 • Mental health case management
3:30pm, Th 9am ‚ 11am. Services banking, social services, and phone intervention, on site, and in through Community Support
are $20-40, based on sliding fee activities community assessment for people Program (CSP) and Comprehensive
scale. • Long term and short term medical dealing with a mental health or Community Services (CCS)
• Walk-in preventative health clinic- rehabilitation substance abuse issues • Helps individuals obtain their life
immunizations and health screening • Juvenile Crisis Intervention- 24/7 goals in a recovery model of
M-F 7am-6pm 150. KENOSHA GARDENS crisis line to report child abuse. services
• Dental varnishing available to help 5430 64th Ave Investigates concerns reported. • Provides medication/symptom
prevent tooth decay in children Kenosha, WI 53144 Assists with children and family monitoring and RN medication
• DNA testing- must have court or (262) 657-6389 problems, emergency mental health administration services
child support order HOURS: M-F 9am-3:30pm response, and runaways • Works with clients on
• Parent talk luncheon- parents can SERVICES: • KARE Center- short-term vocational/employment referral and
ask nurses about various topics • Provides subsidized housing for residential facility for individuals training
• Lead screenings available for low income people with disabilities needing stabilization for mental • Social/recreational programs &
children. HUD assists with home and seniors ages 55+ health or addiction crisis groups
visits to assess the level of lead • Section 8 housing accepted • Continued stabilization services • Disease/disability information on
within the home. after experiencing a crisis or being mental health disorders
• Well water testing available through 151. KENOSHA HISTORY CENTER charged with a mental health or • Community and independent living
the environmental clinic 220 51st Pl substance abuse related crime skills training, advocacy
Kenosha, WI 53140 • Alcohol and drug abuse support
146. KENOSHA COUNTY DIVISION (262) 654-5770 MENTAL HEALTH and SUBSTANCE group
OF VETERAN SERVICES FAX: (262) 654-1730 ABUSE RESOURCE CENTER:
8600 Sheridan Rd Ste 700 WEB: www.kenoshahistorycenter.org 262-764-8555 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CLINIC:
Kenosha, WI 53143 HOURS: T-F 10am-4:30pm, Sat • Provides information and referrals • Psychiatric services provided by a
(262) 605-6690 10am-4pm, Sun 12-4pm for community resources that meet psychiatrist and nurse practitioner
FAX: (262) 605-6695 SERVICES: the needs of individuals with mental • Victim of Crime brief intervention
WEB: • Keeps historical records of health conditions and substance therapy
www.co.kenosha.wi.us/368/Veterans Kenosha abuse • Medication monitoring and
EMAIL: Director - Division of • Some facilities available for public • Disability Benefit Specialist aids management
Veterans Services to rent people with mental health conditions
Ali.Nelson@kenoshacounty.org to apply for public benefits and CHILDREN/YOUTH/FAMILY
Assistant CVSO 152. KENOSHA HUMAN assists with appeals PROGRAMS:
Jennifer.Blasi@kenoshacounty.org DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, INC. • Provides eligibility determinations • Independent Living Program- for
Veterans Benefit Specialist Main Office/Resource for county mental health case young adults leaving foster care or
Oscar.Rodriguez@kenoshacounty.org Center/Housing Programs management services juvenile justice system
HOURS: M-F 8am-noon & 1-5pm 5407 8th Ave • Guardianship assistance to • Shelter Care — Short term, non-
SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53140 volunteer guardians secure, family like placement for
• Provides advocacy for veteran (262) 764-8555 • Children’s Community Options youth in need of respite or court
benefits and assists with veteran FAX: (262) 653-2080 Program- provides limited financial placement
services OFFICE HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm assistance for disability related • Family Mediation
WEB: www.KHDS.org needs, to children with severe • Specialized foster care- recruitment
147. KENOSHA COUNTY disabilities and training of specialized foster
JUVENILE INTAKE SERVICES • Loan Closet - used pediatric parents and placement of children
912 56th St Molinaro Bldg. Rm 102 medical, educational, and • Family Intervention Project-
Kenosha, WI 53140 recreational equipment support for families experiencing
(262) 653-2494 • Children’s Long-Term Support domestic and child abuse
FAX: (262) 653-2533 Waiver- care management services
WEB: www.co.kenosha.wi.us OTHER PROGRAMS:
HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm • Homeless and rent assistance
SERVICES: programs for adults age 18 and up,
• Correctional restitution and juvenile including single parents
diversion services • Homeless outreach to people who
are living with mental illness and
148. KENOSHA COUNTY substance abuse issues
SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT • Street outreach- peer support line
1000 55th St for teens
Kenosha, WI 53140 • Independent Living Adult Family
(262) 605-5100 Home
WEB: www.kenoshasheriff.com • Teaching Family Model training-
HOURS: 24hrs/day concrete approach to teaching social
SERVICES: skills
• Law enforcement agency

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153. KENOSHA LITERACY Help & Hope Conference 2017 presented by Hope Council of Kenosha. • Miracle league- baseball league
COUNCIL designed for children of all
2419 63rd St WEB: www.kusd.edu/seniorcenter (262) 656-8400 disabilities
Kenosha, WI 53143 DIRECTOR: Denise Jacob at 262- FAX: (262) 656-8406 • Offers a variety of fitness
(262) 654-7323 359-6117 EMAIL: info@kvna.net programs, dance programs,
FAX: 262-654-7262 SERVICES: WEB: www.kvna.net swimming, and martial arts
WEB: www.kenoshalit.org • Provides social recreational HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • Swimming lessons and exercise
EMAIL: Cheryl@kenoshalit.org programs including exercise SERVICES: programs for all ages. Pool is
HOURS: M-Th 10am-5pm programs, swimming, card playing, • Diabetes, CHF, COPD, wound care, handicap accessible.
SERVICES: and dance programs surgical site care, hypertension • Team sports and leagues for adults
• Helps adults learn to read or read • Has special monthly events, • Skilled nursing, home health aides, and children
better educational services, and movies medical social work • Silver Sneakers program for active
• English and basic skills classes- • Senior dining • Wound Care and Ostomy Care adults
call for schedule Specialist • Introductory rock climbing for
• Assists with study for GED 158. KENOSHA SENIOR LIVING • Occupational, physical, and speech children with disabilities
• Learning Lab Sat 9am-1pm 3109 30th Ave therapy
Kenosha, WI 53144 • Accepts Medicare and Medicare 164. KINDRED AT HOME
154. KENOSHA NOON LIONS (262) 656-1795 Advantage Plans 6233 Bankers Rd Ste 1
CLUB EMAIL: pprida@Bridgestoneliving.net • Diagnostic screens- Panel C, lipid Racine, WI 53403
PO Box 36 HOURS: 24/7 profile, glucose, A1c, Vitamin D (262) 636-9036
Kenosha, WI 53143 SERVICES: • Foot care in home or at office (800) 498-5168
(262) 914-1797 • Senior assisted living facility • Bathing service in-home FAX: (262) 554-7631
(262) 948-1899 • Caregivers on staff 24 hrs • CPR Medic First Aid training HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
HOURS: Varies • Provides three meals daily • Flu, pneumonia, Tetanus SERVICES:
SERVICES: vaccinations • Occupational therapy, physical
• Aid people with sight and hearing 159. KENOSHA UNIFIED SCHOOL • TB Skin Tests on-site or in office therapy, speech therapy
impairments to receive exams and DISTRICT • Home health care
eye glasses/hearing aids 3600 52nd St 162. KENOSHA VOCATIONAL • Skilled Nursing
• Community groups Kenosha, WI 53144 MINISTRY • Medicare, and private insurance
• Accepts eyeglass donations (262) 359-6300 5942 6th Avenue accepted
WEB: www.kusd.edu Kenosha, WI 53412
155. KENOSHA PUBLIC MUSEUM HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4:30pm (262) 633-8660 165. KTOWN TRANSPORTATION
5500 First Ave SERVICES: Contact Heather Bennett 6946 46th St
Kenosha, WI 53140 • Provides Head Start programs and EMAIL: hbennett@rvmracine.org Kenosha, WI 53142
(262) 653-4140 early childhood education HOURS: Fri 9am-3pm (Hours will (262) 764-0377
FAX: (262) 653-4437 • Education (K-12) expand as funding resources FAX: (262) 654-5661
WEB: expand) HOURS: 5:30am-7pm
www.kenoshapublicmuseum.org 160. KENOSHA UNIFIED SCHOOL SERVICES: SERVICES:
HOURS: M-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12- DISTRICT - DEPT OF RECREATION • Prison Re-entry Programming • Non-emergency, ambulatory
5pm, closed holidays 2717 67th St transportation for non-motorized
SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53143 163. KENOSHA YMCA CALLAHAN collapsible wheelchair or walker
• Natural history, fine and decorative (262) 359-6225 FAMILY BRANCH • Motorized wheelchair ramp
arts museum HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4pm 7101 53rd St available upon request
• Free general admission daily SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53144 • Accepts Family Care participants
• Call for prices (262) 654-9622 for medical appointments
156. KENOSHA RADIOLOGY • Competitive athletic leagues for FAX: (262) 653-9886 • Will haul a wheelchair if you can
CENTER adults available for volleyball, WEB: www.kenoshaymca.org get into the van
10117 74th St Ste 150 basketball, and softball HOURS: M-F 5am-9pm; Sat 6am-
Kenosha, WI 53142 • Instructional swim, basketball, 5pm; Sun 9am-5pm 166. LAKE GENEVA WELLNESS
(262) 697-7770 soccer, and tennis for youth SERVICES: CLINIC
FAX: (262) 697-7771 • Weight lifting lessons for middle • Early childhood day care and 101 Broad St Ste 201
HOURS: M-F 7am-7pm; Sat 8am- school and high school students before and after school programs. Lake Geneva, WI 53147
11am (MRI & X-Ray only); and by • Competitive swimming available in Camps for kids ages 5- 12 (262) 248-7942
appt the summer • Easter Seals- two adult day care FAX: (262) 248-1202
WEB: www.KenoshaRad.com programs designed for people with EMAIL:
SERVICES: 161. KENOSHA VISITING NURSE developmental disabilities lakegenevawellnessclinic@yahoo.co
• Provides radiology services such ASSOCIATION, INC • After school programs and adaptive m
as 3D MRI, open MRI, Ultrasound, 600 52nd St Ste 300 sports are available for HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm, Sat by appt
CT (CAT SCAN), X-Ray, Kenosha, WI 53140 children/teens with disabilities only
Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, SERVICES:
Bone Density, and Body Screening • Mood disorder treatment
• Anger management
157. KENOSHA SENIOR CENTER • Relationship issues
2717 67th St • Addictions counseling
Kenosha, WI 53143 • Relaxation skills
(262) 359-6260 • Help with issues surrounding LGBT
FAX: (262) 359-6044 clients and their families
HOURS: M-F 8:30am-3:45pm; Sat 9- • Teen support
11:30am • Counseling for families, couples,
individuals, child and adolescent
AODA specialty
• Accepts private insurance, private
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167. LAKESIDE FAMILY PRACTICE Hundreds of people packed the new KHDS Crisis Prevention Center for the dedication ceremony. 176. LINCOLN CREST
3200 Sheridan Rd, Ste 104 APARTMENTS
Kenosha, WI 53140 social and environmental change Medicare, Food Share, elder abuse, 410 Lincoln Dr
(262) 288-6216 • Non-partisan and other issues affecting senior Twin Lakes, WI 53181
FAX: (262) 288-6237 citizens (262) 877-8045
HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm 172. LEARNING DISABILITIES • Social Security- appeals of Social (262) 877-8435
SERVICES: ASSOCIATION OF WISCONSIN Security Disability (SSD-I) and HOURS: M/Tu/Th 8am-3pm
• Family medical care and psychiatric EMAIL: info@ldawisconsin.com Supplemental Security Income (SSI) WEB: www.lincolncrest.com
medication management WEB: www.ldawisconsin.com denials when private attorneys EMAIL:
HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm cannot be found lincolncrest@coachlightcommunities
168. LAKESIDE PLAYERS, INC SERVICES: .com
514 56th St • Testing sites available in the 174. LGBT CENTER OF SE WI SERVICES:
Kenosha, WI 53140 Milwaukee area 1456 Junction Ave • Provides housing for seniors, 55
(262) 657-7529 • Provides advocacy, education, Racine, WI 53403 and older
WEB: www.rhodecenter.org information and research on learning (262) 664-4100 • Section 42 housing
EMAIL: info@rhodecenter.org disabilities WEB: www.lgbtsewisc.org • Provides income guidelines for
HOURS: W-Sun 1-4 pm HOURS: M 11am-5pm, Tu-F 11am- affordable rent
SERVICES: 173. LEGAL ACTION OF 7pm, Sat 11am-1pm, closed • Includes heat, water, and storage,
• Live theater production and WISCONSIN, INC holidays free recycle and trash removal
performances 4900 Spring St Ste 100 SERVICES: • Monthly community activities,
• Children’s comedies (standard fees Racine, WI 53406 • Discussion and support groups community garden, new laundry
apply) (262) 635-8836 • Community-building social rooms, resident grill and patio
• Hosts Winter Harbor Market (800) 242-5840 activities and events furniture
November-May on Sat 9am-1pm FAX: (262) 635-8838 • Youth outreach and programming • Elevator in building
• Art gallery W 1pm-4pm and 2nd WEB: www.legalaction.org • Senior outreach and programming • Management on site and
Sat of month 6pm-9pm HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm • HIV/STD education, information maintenance on call for emergencies
• 2nd Sat is an open venue for SERVICES: and referrals, on-site testing third
various artists at Pollard Gallery • Family Law- protective restraining Thursday of month 177. LJH AMBULANCE
orders, divorce, custody, child • Mental health referrals to qualified 6329 28th Ave
169. LAKESIDE TOWERS support, and other family law practitioners Kenosha, WI 53143
5800 3rd Ave problems for domestic violence • Gender identity support groups (262) 658-4422
Kenosha, WI 53140 victims (transgender non-conforming group) HOURS: 24hrs/day
(262) 654-2131 • Government/Public Benefits • Community outreach to schools, SERVICES:
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm (welfare) and Health Law- Wisconsin media, and government • Ambulance
SERVICES: Works (W-2), Child Care Assistance, • Computer and Internet access • Emergency medical transportation
• Senior subsidized housing age 62+ BadgerCare, Food Share, Medicaid, • Men’s, lesbian, bi-sexual and AODA and medical transportation
and housing for people with Kinship Care, Unemployment support groups
disabilities under age 62 Compensation, and other • Hate crime reporting 178. LOV-N-CARE CHILDREN’S
government benefit programs • LGBT-friendly business and ACADEMY
170. LEADINGAGE WISCONSIN • Housing Law- eviction prevention professional referrals 5109 52nd St
204 S Hamilton St and landlord/tenant problems in Kenosha, WI 53140
Madison, WI 53703 public, Section 8, and private 175. LIBRARY TERRACE (262) 652-7005
(608) 255-7060 housing/foreclosure defense ASSISTED LIVING CAMPUS WEB: www.lovncare.net
FAX: (608) 255-7064 • Low Income Tax Clinic (LITC) 7905 36th Ave HOURS: 7 days a week 5:30am-6pm
WEB: www.leadingagewi.org Federal (IRS) tax matters including Kenosha, WI 53142 SERVICES:
EMAIL: info@leadingagewi.org audits and examinations, appeals, (262) 697-8560 • Child care for ages 4 weeks-12
HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm collection, Earned Income Tax Credit FAX: (262) 697-8590 years
SERVICES: (EITC), filing status and dependents, WEB: www.libraryterrace.com • Early Head Start program
• Statewide membership failure to file returns innocent OFFICE HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm
organization for not for profit spouse status, and independent SERVICES: 179. MANORCARE HEALTH
corporations dedicated to aiding contractor/employees • Residential Care Apartment SERVICES
members to improve the quality of • Migrant farmworkers- employment Complex (RCAC) 3100 Washington Rd
care to elders and people with laws, housing conditions, public • Community Based Residential Kenosha, WI 53144
disabilities benefits, unemployment Facility (CBRF) (262) 658-4622
• Provides information on training compensation, and other issues • Senior assisted living facility for FAX: (262) 658-1503
opportunities, proper procedures, affecting Wisconsin’s migrant those 62 years and older WEB: www.hcr-manorcare.com
and components of quality care farmworkers • Assistance with personal care, chef SERVICES:
• Information for seniors and • Senior law- SSI, Social Security, prepared meals, 2 nurses on staff • Tailored treatment plans
families on assistive living, planning, • Skilled nursing and medical care
benefits, and a variety of other topics • Hospital-level rehabilitation
therapies
171. LEAGUE OF WOMEN • Recreational activities to help
VOTERS OF WI INC. transition back to the community
612 W Main St Ste 200 • Goal setting, discharge planning,
Madison, WI 53703 and case management
(608) 256-0827 • Patient and family education and
WEB: www.LWVWI.org lifestyle, nutrition, and disease
(414) 273-8683 Milwaukee management
WEB: www.lwvmilwaukee.org • Orthopedic injuries and total joint
SERVICES: replacement treated
• Provides year-round information on • Cardiac recovery
voting and politics • Stroke and neurological recovery
• Proud member of Community • Chronic disease management
Shares of WI which advocates for • Wound care

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180. MEADOWMERE ASSISTED HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
LIVING APARTMENTS SERVICES:
8351 Sheridan Rd • Advocacy with communities and
Kenosha, WI 53143 state policies to improve the lives of
(262) 948-1100 individuals with MS
WEB: • Disease/disability information
www.meadowmeresouthport.com • Case management
HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4pm • Limited financial assistance
SERVICES: • Support groups (Circle of Hope)
• Senior assisted living and social/recreational programs
• Includes activities available for
residents 192. NATIONAL RUNAWAY
• 24-hr staff, 3 meals per day, SAFELINE
housekeeping and laundry services 3141B N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
181. MEADOWOOD APTS Wilson Elementary School teacher Brittany Meyer helps student Veonnie G. make a pizza during a (800) 786-2929 24-hr runaway
KENOSHA special classroom visit from Valeo’s Pizza. hotline
1387 30th Ave FAX: (773) 929-5150
Kenosha, WI 53144 information HOURS: 24 hours E-MAIL: info@1800runaway.org
(262) 552-9080 • Prescription drug counseling for SERVICES: WEB: www.1800runaway.org
FAX: (262) 552-5336 seniors on Medicare and Medicaid • Support groups for individuals HOURS: 24-hr hotline
WEB: WWW.Meadowood-WI.com living with mental health conditions SERVICES:
HOURS: M-F 9am-6pm, Sat 10am- 186. MEDIX AMBULANCE • Educational groups and support • Serves as the federally designated
2pm SERVICES groups for families and friends national communication system for
SERVICES: 701 Blackhawk Dr Unit G • Advocacy, support, education for homeless and runaway youths
• Section 42 housing for low income Burlington, WI 53105 and disease/disability information • Information and referral to local
families (800) 236-1077 for ambulance • Family to family class offered in crisis intervention
• 2 bedrooms $765.00/ 3 bedrooms services 24 hrs/day English and Spanish • Runaway prevention
$915.00 (262) 539-2682 for wheelchair • Public education and advocacy on • (12-21yrs) Home Free program
services M-F 8am-4pm public policy provides transportation to reunite
182. MEADOWVIEW APTS TWIN SERVICES: • In Our Own Voice Speaker Program runaways with their family
LAKES • Ambulance- bill all insurances (for • Ending Silence (youth involvement
450 Lincoln Dr bed confined patients) programs) 193. NATIONAL STROKE
Twin Lakes, WI 53181 • Disabled transportation- wheelchair • CIT (crisis intervention training) ASSOCIATION
(262) 877-2212 accessible van (does not bill team and law enforcement training 9707 E Easter Lane Ste B
HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm insurance) • CIP (crisis intervention partner) Centennial, CO 80112
SERVICES: parent training (800) 787-6537
• Senior subsidized housing and low- 187. MT. ZION HOUSE FAX: (303) 649-1328
income housing 2330 Hwy 120 190. NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON EMAIL: info@stroke.org
• 62+ or disabled Lake Geneva, WI 53147 MENTAL ILLNESS OF RACINE WEB: www.stroke.org
(262) 249-8934 COUNTY INC. HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
183. MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION FAX (262) 249-8903 2300 DeKoven Ave Mountain Time
MANAGEMENT, INC (MTM) WEB: www.mtzionhouse.org Racine, WI 53403 SERVICES:
(866) 907-1493 SERVICES: (262) 637-0582 • Promotes national and local
SERVICES: • Christian based residential WEB: www.namiracinecounty.org awareness and information on
• Arranges medical transportation for treatment for men with addiction SERVICES: prevention, intervention, and
people on Medicaid/BadgerCare issues • Support groups and recovery- rehabilitation
oriented groups for individuals
184. MEDICARE HELPLINE 188. NAACP - KENOSHA BRANCH suffering from mental health 194. NATIONAL SUICIDE
7500 Security Blvd P.O. Box 1068 conditions PREVENTION LIFELINE
Baltimore, MD 21244 Kenosha, WI 53140 • Advocacy, support and education (800) 273-8255 Available 24/7
(800) 633-4227 (262) 374-0888 on mental illness (888) 628-9454 Spanish Language
(800) 447-8477 (fraud hotline) SERVICES: • Information and referral to Racine Line
(800) 337-4950 (TTY fraud hotline) • Interracial membership resources SERVICES:
WEB: www.medicare.gov organization devoted to civil rights • Public education and advocacy on • Crisis Counseling
SERVICES: • Meets the 2nd Thursday of every public policy
• Medicare benefits information month at the Oribiletti Center in • Teen Talk Program 195. NEEDY MEDS INC
• Consumer protection Lincoln Park 6900 18th Ave HELPLINE: 800-503-6897
Kenosha, WI 53143 191. NATIONAL MULTIPLE WEB: www.needymeds.org
185. MEDIGAP HELPLINE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY WISCONSIN SERVICES:
1402 Pankratz St Suite 111 189. NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON CHAPTER • Offers information and applications
Madison, WI 53704 MENTAL ILLNESS OF KENOSHA 1120 James Dr Ste A for patient assistance programs
(800) 242-1060 (General Medigap COUNTY INC Hartland, WI 53029 through pharmaceutical companies
helpline) PO Box 631 (262) 369-4400 (local) to people without prescription drug
(855) 677-2783 (Part D prescription Kenosha, WI 53141 (800) 242-3358 (national) coverage
drug helpline 60+) (262) 652-3606 FAX: (262) 369-4410 • Reduced cost or free medications
FAX: 608-246-7001 (262) 605-9038 EMAIL: info.wisms@nmss.org through the pharmaceutical
E-MAIL: boaltc@wisconsin.gov WEB: www.namikenosha.org WEB: www.nationalmssociety.org companies for individuals who are
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm uninsured and have low incomes
SERVICES: • Offers drug discount cards for up
• Working with Medicare to 80% off cash price of medications
beneficiaries to answer all their
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• Supplemental health insurance


196. NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING KHDS Executive Director Jeannine Field thanked her entire team, the constructions crews and the 206. PARKSIDE MANOR
SERVICES community to begin the dedication ceremony. 6300 67th St
2122 60th St Kenosha, WI 53142
Kenosha, WI 53140 abuse services (262) 577-5617 (262) 657-7010
(262) 652-6766 • Website has self-discovery SERVICES: FAX: (262) 657-7020
HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm questions and information • Provides alcohol and drug-free WEB:
SERVICES: living environment for men and www.seniorlifestyle.com/property/pa
• Neighborhood improvement 201. OUT REACH CENTER women recovering from addiction rkside-manor.com
groups and neighborhood 7117 14th Ave • Each house is a self-run, self- SERVICES:
revitalization Kenosha, WI 53143 supporting family in recovery • Senior assisted living for
• 1st time home buyers counseling (262) 637-7370 allowing individuals to become individuals with dementia and
and education FAX: (262) 656-7375 responsible, accountable, and Alzheimer’s disease
HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm productive members of society while • Accepts private pay
197. NIFTY THRIFTY RESALE 800 Wisconsin Ave. living and growing in an atmosphere • Ages 62+
SHOP Racine, WI 53403 of group support • CBRF (Community based
4200 39th Ave (262) 637-8888 • Women may have children live with residential facility)
Kenosha, WI 53144 FAX: (262) 637-0695 them
(262) 605-3326 HOURS: M/T 8:30am-12:30pm; 207. PARTNERSHIP FOR
HOURS: Tu-Sat 10am-5:30pm W/TH/F 8:30am-5pm 204. PARENT-EDUCATOR LIASION PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE
SERVICES: WEB: www.ccmke.org CESA #2 (888) 477-2669
• Offers clothing, accessories, SERVICES: 8828 Antioch Rd WEB: www.pparx.org
household goods, decorative items, • Helps with Spanish translating to Salem, WI 53168 SERVICES:
small furniture and appliances non-English or limited English (262) 843-2343 • Helps individuals to qualify for
• Accepts donations speaking individuals FAX: (262) 843-2878 patient assistance programs or
• Store proceeds directly benefit • Provides community outreach EMAIL: Karla.Sikora@CESA2.org receive prescription drug discount
Women and Children’s Horizons information and referral, assists with WEB: www.wesea12.k12.wi.us cards and co-payment programs
• Furniture pick-ups available on the navigating and understanding HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4pm • Bilingual services
2nd and 4th Saturdays by educational and health care systems SERVICES: • Information and referral
appointment • Volunteer opportunities • Disabled student services for
special education 208. PATHWAYS CONSULTING
198. NORTH POINT CROSSINGS 202. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS • Support groups for parent-to- 4633 Washington Rd
1724 Birch Rd Apt 102 MILWAUKEE AREA INTERGROUP parent networking & parents of Kenosha, WI 53144
Kenosha, WI 53140 (VIRTUAL SITE) children with disabilities (262) 652-7222
(262) 551-7274 PO Box 270054 HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm
HOURS: M-Th 9am-3pm, F 9am- Milwaukee, WI 53227 205. PARENTING NETWORK WEB:
noon, or by appt EMAIL: info@oamilwaukee.org 7516 W Burleigh St www.pathwaysconsultingllc.com
SERVICES: WEB: www.oamilwaukee.org Milwaukee, WI 53210 SERVICES:
• Subsidized rental housing and low- HOURS: Meeting information on (414) 671-5575 • Counseling services for adults,
income housing website (414) 671-0566 24-hour parent children, couples, and families
• Utilities included SERVICES: helpline • Specializes in depression and
• Waiting list • Twelve step program offers support EMAIL: anxiety, grief/loss,
for compulsive overeating and other info@theparentingnetwork.org relationship/marital issues, trauma,
199. NORTHPOINT SENIOR eating disorders WEB: www.theparentingnetwork.org obsessive compulsive disorder,
LIVING HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5:00pm behavioral/school related issues,
3109 12th St 203. OXFORD HOUSE SERVICES: autism and related disorders
Kenosha, WI 53144 AYERS- for men • Confidential counseling about • Accepts Medicaid HMOs Blue
(262) 553-1270 2014 45th St parenting issues Cross/Blue Shield and Children’s
EMAIL: Pprida@Ensigngroup.net Kenosha, WI 53140 • Parent education & support groups Community, Medicare
WEB: www.rnsigngroup.com (262) 577-5116 • Welcome Baby!, Dad Matters, and
HOURS: 24 hrs/day JERRY C.- for men other healthy relationship programs 209. PATHWAYS LIVING &
SERVICES: 2414 61st St • Please call helpline or check our LEARNING CENTER
• Senior assisted living age 60+ Kenosha, WI 53143 website for updated information on 1100 Main St
• Caregivers on site 24 hours/day 262-564-5115 additional parenting classes Union Grove, WI 53182
LENA- for women • Most classes are free or nominal (262) 994-9200
200. OAKWOOD CLINICAL 1630 56th St charges EMAIL: marilyn@pathwaysllc.org
ASSOCIATES Kenosha, WI 53140 PROGRAM HOURS: M-F 8:45am-
4109 67th St 3:15pm, extended hrs of care
Kenosha, WI 53142 available
and SERVICES:
24804 75th St • Serves disabled adults 18+
Paddock Lake, WI 53168 • Tailored to the needs of the
(262) 652-9830 participant
FAX: (262) 652-2931 • Works on family living skills,
BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS: M-Th academic skills, and language and
8am-8pm; F 8am-5pm communication skill building
COUNSELING HOURS: M-Th 8am- • Participants make and sale craft
7pm; Sat by appointment items (dog/cat treats, blankets,
WEB: www.oakwoodclinical.com pillows, etc.) at local and county
EMAIL: info@oakwoodclinical.com fairs
SERVICES: • Contracted with Community Care,
• Counseling- individual, marital, Iris, and private pay
family, and group • Offers day trips and recreational
• Drinking/drug-impaired driver activities
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210. PERSONAL INSIGHTS WEB: www.wisconsinpoison.org United Way Day Of Caring 2017 - The Siefert Family
COUNSELING SERVICES SERVICES:
6530 Sheridan Rd Ste 7 • Information on poisonous • Families First service coordination Kenosha, WI 53143
Kenosha, WI 53140 substances for the family and children with Hours: M-TH 9am-6pm; F Closed;
(262) 857-8707 • Prevention services and education severe emotional difficulties, Sat 10am-2pm; Sun Closed
WEB: available Children’s Long-Term Support SERVICES:
personalinsightscounselingservices.c Waiver • Call for location near you
om 216. PRAIRIE RIDGE SENIOR • Intensive addiction recovery • Book loan & Bookmobile
EMAIL: patjindrich@yahoo.com CAMPUS program • Reference/information
HOURS: by appt 7900 94th Ave CIP: • Online resources
SERVICES: Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 • Foster home and day care licensing • Individual enrichment and family
• Counseling for mental health (262) 942-9660 • Child abuse prevention programs programs
conditions WEB: www.graystone.com • Electronic monitoring
• Individual, couples, grief, and LGBT HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm • Gang prevention programs 221. RACINE COMPREHENSIVE
issues SERVICES: • Truancy reduction programs and TREATMENT CENTER
• Career counseling • Independent Senior apartments for outreach to middle school and high 5735 Durand Ave Ste A
ages 55+ school students Racine, WI 53406
211. PHILIPS LIFELINE (262) 598-1392
111 Lawrence St 217. PREVENTION SERVICES 219. PSYCHIATRIC AND HOURS: M-F 5am-2:30pm; Sat 5am-
Framingham, MA 01702 NETWORK FAMILY RESOURCE PSYCHOTHERAPY CLINIC 9:30am
(800) 380-3111 CENTER (PSN) 3601 30th Ave Ste 102 SERVICES:
EMAIL: info@lifelinesys.com 8600 Sheridan Rd Kenosha, WI 53140 • Methadone clinic & counseling for
WEB: www.lifelinesys.com Kenosha, WI 53140 (262) 654-0487 opiate abuse
HOURS: M-F 8am-8:30pm, Saturday (262) 697-4651 FAX: (262) 654-2434
10am-4pm (EST) WEB: WEB: www.ppckenosha.com 222. RACINE COUNTY
SERVICES: www.psnfamilyresourcecenter.com HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm OPPORTUNITY CENTER
• Personal emergency response HOURS: Drop-in Tu/Th 2-4pm, SERVICES: 4214 Sheridan Rd
systems available by appt • Individual and family counseling Racine, WI 53403
• Emergency response 24/7 SERVICES: • Psychiatrist (262) 554-6515
• Patients who receives Medicaid call • Community wide collaboration • Currently not accepting Medicaid HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30 pm
800-368-2925 dedicated to strengthening families WEB: RCOC.NET
and helping them become resilient to 220. PUBLIC LIBRARIES - SERVICES:
212. PLANNED PARENTHOOD child abuse and neglect KENOSHA • Birth-3 program
3601 Roosevelt Rd • Voluntary program connecting (262) 564-6100 General Information • Employment assistance- Job
Kenosha, WI 53140 Kenosha County families to (262) 564-6101 Hours coaching & job development for
(262) 654-0491 beneficial resources and services at WEB: www.mykpl.info disabled adults, including classes for
HOURS: M 10:30am-6:30pm, no charge. SouthWest socialization, job readiness, and
Tu/Th/F 9am-5pm • Provides programs and services 7979 38th Ave. work ethics
SERVICES: that build on family strengths Kenosha, WI 53142
• Pregnancy testing through prevention, education, Hours: M-TH 9am-9pm; F 9am-6pm; 223. RACINE VOCATIONAL
• Cancer screening support, and networking in Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 12pm-4pm MINISTRY
• Contraception collaboration with other resources in NorthSide 214 Seventh Street
• STD Testing and Treatment the community 1500 27th Ave Racine, WI 53403
• HIV Testing and Counseling • The following programs are offered Kenosha, WI 53140 (262) 633-8660
• Options counseling and referral with topics of interest to parents: Hours: M-TH 9am-9pm; F 9am-6pm; HOURS: Mon 1pm-5pm; Tues-Fri
Parent Talk Lunch (weekly on Wed at Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 12pm-4pm 9am-5pm
213. PLEASANT PRAIRIE POLICE 12:30pm, Sept-May) Call for more Simmons SERVICES:
DEPARTMENT information or to register. 711 59th Place • Solutions for Success Classes
8600 Green Bay Rd Kenosha, WI 53140 • Case Management
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 218. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Hours: M-TH 9am-8pm; F 9am-6pm; • Job Placement and Career
(262) 694-7353 GROUP (PSG)/ COMMUNITY Sat 9am-5pm; Sun Closed Development
HOURS: 24hrs/day IMPACT PROGRAMS (CIP) UpTown • Prison Re-entry Programming
SERVICES: 6233 39th Ave 2419 63rd St.
• Law enforcement agencies and Kenosha, WI 53142
municipal police (262) 654-1004
HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
214. PLEASANT PRAIRIE UNITED Clinic:
METHODIST CHURCH 2108 63rd St
8405 104th Ave Kenosha, WI 53143
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 (262) 656-8420
(262) 694-8522 (262) 652-2406
HOURS: Sunday 9:30-10:45am, and WEB: www.psgcip.com
as needed HOURS: M-Th 9am-9pm, F 9am-
SERVICES: 2pm
• Bi-lingual pastor Anita Lang SERVICES:
• Volunteers welcome PSG:
• Adult Education (Computer literacy • Family counseling and family-based
classes & Spanish course) services which include therapists,
• Sunday services: worship at psychologists, and psychiatrist to
9:30am, Sunday School at 9:45am work on family issues, mental health,
and AODA issues at the clinic
215. POISON CONTROL CENTER • In-home therapy and parent
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224. RAWHIDE BOYS RANCH Pleasant Prairie Elementary School students learn to code Cozmo, an educational robot, during a 6-8 pm and F at 8pm
E7475 Rawhide Rd five-week Maker Club held before school in the school’s library. • Worship services Sun 9:30am
New London, WI 54961 • Sunday school 10:45am September
(920) 982-6100 HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm 7pm; Sat/Sun 12pm-5pm to May
60215 North Green Bay Ave SERVICES: SERVICES:
Glendale, WI 53209 • Home care services including • Animal adoption 232. SALVATION ARMY
(877) 300-9101 cooking, light housework, laundry, • New low-cost vaccine clinic- open 3116 75th St
215 N. Main Street Ste. 203 medication reminders, and to the public, offered once a month Kenosha, WI 53142
West Bend, WI 53095 companionship • Volunteer opportunities (must be at (262) 564-0286
(414) 979-9720 • Personal care least 16 yrs old) FAX: (262) 564-0290
FAX: (920) 531-2686 • Caring Right at Home ‚Äìquarterly • Low cost spay/neuter M-Th by WEB: www.sakenosha.org
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm newsletter for adult care giving appointment HOURS: M 1pm-5:30pm; Tu & Th
SERVICES: 8:30am-11:30am, 1pm-4pm; F
• Residential care center for 228. ROGERS MEMORIAL 230. SAFE HAVEN-SHELTER & 8:30am-1:30pm
delinquent boys (New London) HOSPITAL TREATMENT CENTER FAMILY EMERGENCY SERVICES:
• Youth and Family Counseling 9916 75th St 1030 Washington Ave (Main office) • Food Pantry (M 1pm-5:30pm; Tu &
Services (Glendale & West Bend) Kenosha, WI 53142 Racine, WI 53403 Th 8:30am-11:30am, 1-4pm; F
• Accepts vehicle donations (800) (262) 942-4000 (262) 637-9559 CLOSED)- provides assistance every
RAWHIDE WEB: www.rogershospital.org FAX: (262) 632-8758 30 days, must have photo ID, proof
HOURS: M-F 8am-9pm 1900 16th St (COP House) of residency, members of the
225. REC PLEX SERVICES: Racine, WI 53043 household
9900 Terwall Ter • Mental health care for children & EMAIL: • Bread, fruits and vegetables daily
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 adolescents safehaven@safehavenofracine.org as available
(262) 947-0437 • Alcohol and drug abuse treatment WEB: www.safehavenofracine.org • Bread M/T/TH; Sat 10am-3pm; (1st
FAX: (262) 947-8204 for teens and adults HOURS: 24hrs/day & 3rd &4th Sat of Month)
WEB: www.recplexonline.com • Children’s day treatment program SERVICES: • Provides supplies for other
HOURS: M-F 4:30am-10pm, Sat. (ages 6-17) • Youth shelter for abused, household needs such as clothing,
6am-8pm, Sun 7am-6pm • Child and Adolescent Program M-F homeless, or runaway youth age 10- cleaning products, hygiene products,
SERVICES: 8-11am and 1-4pm 17 household goods as available
• Fitness center for all ages, children • Adult AODA Program M, Tu, Th 6- • Middle school engagement • Pet food pantry available every 30
and adults 9pm; Sat 9am-12pm program days
• Provides child/youth activities such • OCD Program for children & • Sisterhood group ages 5-12 @ • Holiday toy shop
as baseball, softball, soccer, adolescents M-Th 3-6pm COP house Th 4:30pm • Rental assistance as available
basketball, swimming lessons • Adult Dual Program (Anxiety, • Sisterhood group ages 13-17 @ • Utility assistance per funding
• School readiness program and depression, AODA) M-F 8:30am- Main office Th 5-6 • Transportation assistance including
swimming lessons for preschool age 2:30pm • Brotherhood group ages 10-17 @ bus passes, bus tokens and gas
• Social/recreational programs for • Adolescent Group (Anxiety, COP House Tues 5-6:30 pm cards
people with disabilities- before and depression, behavioral) M-F 8:30am- • Pizza in Peace Program offered to • Car repair grant if qualified
after school programs, Friday Night 2:30pm children ages 12 and under • Church services Sunday 11am
Out, Saturday respite, and summer • Call for screening if interested in • Homework Haven ages 10-17 M-W • Youth group Wednesdays 5pm
Discovery Program for school age programs 3-5:30pm • Women’s ministry Tuesdays
children with disabilities • Bridge to Independence program: 1:30pm
229. SAFE HARBOR HUMANE rapid re-housing ages 18-24 • Red Shield Mental Health Clinic
REC PLEX ICE ARENA SOCIETY • Volunteer opportunities
(262) 925-6755 7811 60th Ave 233. SAXONY MANOR
FAX: (262) 925-6756 Kenosha, WI 53142 231. SALEM UNITED METHODIST 1850 22nd Ave
HOURS: Call for seasonal hours (262) 694-4047 CHURCH Kenosha, WI 53140
• Ice skating lessons for all ages EMAIL: 25130 85th St (262) 551-9005
• Ice skating shows www.Animals@SafeHarborHumaneS Salem, WI 53168 HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
• Hockey leagues ociety.org (262) 843-2525 SERVICES:
• Rent out rooms for parties WEB: www.SafeHarborHumane.com SERVICES: • Senior age 62+ subsidized housing
HOURS: M/Tu/F 1pm-6pm; Th 1pm- • Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings W • Heat, electric, and water included
226. RED CROSS CHAPTER • Small pets allowed with extra
HEADQUARTERS deposit
2600 W. Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53233 234. SCOTT CARNEY
(800) 236-8680 CONSULTING
(262) 554-9997 618 55th St, Suite L7
WEB: Kenosha, WI 53140
www.redcross.org/local/wisconsin (262) 620-9057
HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm EMAIL: scarney.gm@gmail.com
SERVICES: SERVICES
• Disaster relief services • Resources for addiction and
• Health and safety education recovery for those addicted and their
• Services to armed forces loved ones
• Recognizing when someone needs
227. CARING RIGHT AT HOME- help
QUARTERLY • Assistance finding a quality
6044 8th Ave treatment program
Kenosha, WI 53143 • Navigating through the treatment
(262) 654-5410 process
WEB: • Establishing a support system after
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235. SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES Participants gather for Women and Children's Horizons "Go the Distance to END ABUSE" awareness Revital Eyes - empowering those
OF LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES walk at the Kenosha Women's Club on October 7, 2017 to show their support for Domestic Violence with vision loss
2000 Domanik Dr. Saxony Manor Community Room
Racine, WI 53404 Awareness Month. 1850 22nd Ave., Kenosha
(262) 619-1634 Contact: Tami (262) 925-6097
(262) 637-7233 Sexual assault 24- programs for people with 2001 80th St Meet Monthly - First Wednesday of
hour crisis intervention line developmental disabilities Kenosha, WI 53143 every month 1:30pm - 3pm
WEB: www.sasoflss.org (262) 694-0513 Topics: For those with any degree of
SERVICES: 240. SHERIDAN MEADOWS CONTACT: Judy Malek vision loss. Give insight into living
• Advocacy for personal and legal 921 82nd St HOURS: Meets 3rd Mon of the with a visual impairment & provide
services Kenosha, WI 53143 month 7-8pm resources for anyone with vision
• Counseling (262) 656-0727 SERVICES: loss.
• All services also available in HOURS: M-TH 9am-1:30pm • Social club for people with visual Stand for Independence Grassroots
Spanish SERVICES: impairments Advocacy Group
• Subsidized family housing • Transportation available Kenosha office:
236. SHALOM CENTER • 2- & 3-bedroom units • Call for hours and additional 5455 Sheridan Rd, Suite 101
4314 39th Ave. • Waiting list (approximately 3.5 program information after June 2017 Contact: Tamyi Jandrowski
Kenosha, WI 53144 years) Phone: (262) 657-3999
(262) 658-1713 245. SOCIAL SECURITY Meeting: Second & Fourth Thursday
FAX: (262) 657-6914 241. SHERIDAN MEDICAL ADMINISTRATION 10am - 11:30am
WEB: www.shalomcenter.org COMPLEX 5624 6th Ave Topics: Local concerns, Community
HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm 8400 Sheridan Rd Kenosha, WI 53140 Advocacy, Legislative issues,
SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53143 (866) 334-4997 Transportation, Accessibility Barriers
• Soup Kitchen daily 5pm-6pm (262) 658-4141 FAX: (262) 656-7847 Ride for RAILS to independence:
• 24 hr Homeless Shelter provides FAX: (262) 658-0618 WEB: www.ssa.gov For more information or funding
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (262) 658- OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm HOURS: M/Tu/Th/F 9am-4pm; W options contact: Pauline Lorenz
1713 Ext. 130 VISITING HOURS: M-F 8am-7pm; 9am-noon Phone: (262) 637-9128
• Emergency family shelter for up to Sat/Sun 9:30am-3pm SERVICES: Phone: (800) 378-9128
9 families for 30-45 days. Families SERVICES: • Takes applications for Email: plorenz@societysassets.org
receive daily support • Skilled nursing care disability/insurance Topics: Advocacy, Soft Skills,
• Rehabilitation- speech, • Retirement benefits Technology, Financial Literacy,
237. SHALOM CENTER FOOD occupational, and physical therapy • Supplemental Security Income/SSI Relationship & Self-Care
PANTRY • IV antibiotic therapy, TPN, • Survivor benefits SERVICES:
8043 Sheridan Rd tracheostomy care, lymph edema • Applications for the WISLOAN
Kenosha, WI 53143 treatment program helps people to obtain
(262) 658-1713 Ext 100 disability related items/modifications
HOURS: M/W/F 8:30am-9:30am; 242. SILVER CREST APTS 246. SOCIETY’S ASSETS, INC with a loan at 6.5% and other
10am-11:30am; 1pm-2:30pm 630 S Cogswell Dr Racine County: funding sources for
SERVICES: Silver Lake, WI 53170 5200 Washington Ave, Suite 225 • ADA Education & Assessment:
• Individualized help to select food (262) 843-2070 Racine, WI 53406 Offers training on the ADA, staff also
items HOURS: MWF 8:00am-4:30pm Phone: (262) 637-9128 perform compliance & technical
• Accepts donations M-F 9am-4pm SERVICES: Phone: (800) 378-9128 assessments
• Senior age 62+ and disabled of any Phone: (866) 840-9761 TTY • Assistive Technology: Has over
238. SHARING CENTER, INC age subsidized housing Fax: (262) 637-8646 1,000 items available for
25700 Wilmot Rd HWY C • Heat and water included Kenosha County: demonstration & loan from the try-
Trevor, WI 53179 • Senior complex and family complex 5455 Sheridan Rd, Suite 101 Out Program
(262) 298-5535 Kenosha, WI 53140 • Benefits Counseling: Staff assist in
WEB: www.thesharingcenter.net 243. SOBER DAY LLC Phone: (262) 657-3999 securing or retaining financial &
OFFICE HOURS: M 9am-3pm; W 6717 12th Ave. Phone: (800) 317-3999 medical benefits.
9am-4pm; F 9am-12 pm Kenosha, WI 53143 Phone: (866) 840-9762 TTY • Bill Paying Assistance: Assistance
SERVICES: (262) 891-7483 Fax: (262) 657-1672 with managing bills, checkbook, and
• Provides assistance to households SERVICES: WEB: www.societysassets.org mail
in western Kenosha County • 4 Bedroom Sober Recovery House Email: infor@societysassets.org • Care/Service Coordination:
• Food pantry M 12pm-2pm; W for Women HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm Personalized services manage
2pm-4pm; F 9am-11am; Weekend Groups: resources for medical, financial,
and evening by request 244. SOCIAL CLUB FOR THE social, spiritual, and emotional needs
• Holiday meal programs BLIND • Companionship & Respite:
• Holiday assistance, household Meets at St Mary‚ Lutheran Church Brighten the day with a visit, read to
goods, clothes, and school supply client, do activities, converse, or
distributions offer friendly company
• Information on community • Disability Awareness Programs:
resources Available to speak to organizations,
• Senior dining site groups, schools about
understanding & interacting with
239. SHEPHERDS MINISTRIES people with disabilities
1805 15th Ave • Home Health Services - Nursing &
Union Grove, WI 53182 home health aide services
(262) 878-5620 • Household Assistance -
WEB: www.shepherdsministries.org Experienced staff clean & do laundry,
for college info: shop for groceries, & prepare meals
www.shepherdscollege.edu` • Housing & Home Modification -
SERVICES: Assist with locating accessible,
• Respite care affordable housing, information
• Career training/educational
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EMAIL: contact@sonnenbergllc.com TRANSPORTATION EMAIL: sbwis@sbwis.org
about home modifications, and low WEB: www.sonnenbergllc.com 5911 57th Ave WEB: www.sbwis.org
interest loans SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53144 HOURS: call for appt
• Independent Living Skills Training - • In-home and clinic-based ABA (877) 792-8171 SERVICES:
Assess individual’s needs, teach services (262) 564-8363 • Resource and referral
money management, pre-vocational • Specialty school (262) 658-3674 • Annual fund-raising events
skills, utilizing transportation & other • Social Group W 4:30pm-6:30pm HOURS: daily 5am-10pm or by appt • Statewide social events
community resources SERVICES: • Financial assistance
• Individual & Systems Advocacy - 248. SOUTHEAST REGIONAL • Transportation services for seniors
People with disabilities learn to CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND and people with disabilities 254. SPROUTS PLAYGROUPS
advocate for themselves, groups YOUTH WITH SPECIAL HEALTH • Accepts Medicaid for transportation 7405 30th Ave
meet regularly CARE NEEDS to medical appointments Kenosha, WI 53142
• Information & Referral - Resource PO Box 1997 MS 939 (262) 658-9661
for information about any topic Milwaukee, WI 53201-1997 250. SOUTHWINDS FAX: (262) 658-9621
related to living with disability (414) 266-6333 6305 7th Ave HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
• Peer Support - Staff & trained (800) 234-5437 Kenosha, WI 53143 SERVICES:
volunteers who have personally WEB: (262) 564-8241 • Loan closet
experienced a disability provide www.southeastregionalcenter.org SERVICES: • Social/recreation program-
support, encouragement, & guidance EMAIL: serc@chw.org • Community based resident facility professionally-facilitated playgroups
• Personal Care Services -Assist HOURS: 9am-5pm M-F providing respite for adults who are for children with developmental
individuals with getting up & going SERVICES: older, have physical disabilities disabilities
to bed, bathing, dressing, eating, • Aids families with children from and/or mental health diagnoses, or • Parenting- education opportunities
medication reminders birth to age 21 with long term, have Alzheimer’s
• Student Support -Staff to be an chronic, physical, developmental, 255. ST JOSEPH’S HOME AND
active member of their IEP psychological, behavioral, or 251. SPECIAL OLYMPICS OF REHABILITATION CENTER
(Individualized Education Program) emotional illnesses or conditions KENOSHA 9244 29th Ave
& transition teams, Annual • Information and referral to local (Contact through Kenosha Human Kenosha, WI 53143
scholarship awards resources, Facts for Families Development Services) (262) 694-0080
• Transportation Information -Assist documents CONTACT: Cathy Lewis FAX: (262) 694-0148
people with locating specialized • Fax and copying services 5407 8th Ave WEB: www.stjosephshome.com
transportation services, vehicle • Consultation services for families Kenosha, WI 53140 CONTACT PERSON: Asi Schmid-
modifications ramps & lifts with children that are inpatient (262) 657-7188 Dondero at 262-925-8101
• Sponsors professional and family HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm HOURS: 24 hrs
247. SONNENBERG training opportunities and support EMAIL: cmlewis53@gmail.com SERVICES:
CONSULTANTS LLC. groups (through Children’s Hospital) SERVICES: • Skilled nursing facilities available
10450 72nd Ave • Volunteer opportunities (through • Sports program for people with • Independent apartments (262) 694-
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 Children’s Hospital) developmental and physical 5550
(262) 657-6453 disabilities • Rehabilitation Services
• Softball, basketball, swimming, • Owned and operated by the
We Are Grateful For The KHDS2018 track and field, bowling, and bocce Carmelite Sisters
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Entrust Us For Their Care. • Participants must be out of school 256. ST VINCENT DE PAUL
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252. SPECIAL OLYMPICS OF Kenosha, WI 53142
William Aiello D.D.S. WISCONSIN (262) 764-1985 (store and food
6100 Washington Ave pantry)
‘17 Racine, WI 53406 OFFICE HOURS: Th & F 1-3
(262) 598-9507 STORE HOURS: M-Sat 9am-7pm
3415-30 Avenue, Kenosha • (262)654-0267 (800) 924-4320 EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY: M-Sat
FAX: (262) 598-9509 9am-7pm
EMAIL: Troy Anderson, Regional SERVICES:
Director of • Thrift shop for clothing and
Sportstanderson@specialolympicswi household items
sconsin.org • Donations accepted
Brittany NeuKirchen, Regional • Emergency Food Pantry- No longer
Director of require identification or voucher
Developmentbneukirchen@specialoly
mpicswisconsin.org 257. SUE PANGER & ASSOCIATES
WEB: COUNSELING & CONSULTATION
www.specialolympicswisconsin.org 811 60th St #2E
HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm Kenosha, WI 53140
SERVICES: (262) 652-9599
• Information and referral to local FAX: (262) 652-0009
Special Olympics organizations WEB: www.suepanger.com
• Sports program for people with HOURS: by appt
developmental and physical SERVICES:
disabilities • Marriage, family, and individual
counseling for a variety of issues
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258. TANGLEWOOD APTS communication, stress and anger At Kenosha Visiting Nurse Association education management is an important part of home care.
3020 87th Pl management, parenting skills,
Kenosha, WI 53142 deployment preparation, return and WEB: www.tlsveterans.org • ID, proof of address and income
(262) 694-6001 reunion, and assertiveness training SERVICES: needed
HOURS: Sept-May 8:30am- • Support Services- new parents, • Supportive Services for Veteran
5pm/June-Aug 8am-4:30pm spouses, deployment and Families. 270. UMOS
SERVICES: mobilization, career counseling and • Case management to obtain VA 1330 52nd St (inside Boys & Girls Club)
• Senior age 62+ and people with employment services, financial benefits, housing, employment, Kenosha, WI 53140
disabilities of any age subsidized planning, and information and financial planning, and representative (262) 657-2170
apartments referral payee services FAX: (262) 564-8680
• Heat & electric included • Financial assistance for emergency WEB: www.umos.org
• Laundry facilities on site 262. THE T.H.E.R.E.S.A. GROUP shelter, rent assistance, security EMAIL: molly.calderon@umos.org
• Community activities Professional Services Group deposit, utility connection/fees, car HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
2108 63rd St repairs, moving costs and child care SERVICES:
259. TENANT RESOURCE CENTER Kenosha, WI 53143 • Energy assistance to Kenosha
1202 Williamson St Ste 102 (262) 657-2142 x127 266. TOTAL HOME HEALTH, INC County residents
Madison, WI 53703 CONTACT: Sandra Malone 2521 Technology Dr. • Assistance with furnace repair and
(877) 238-7368 HOURS: Wed 1 pm-3 pm (Call Elgin, IL 60123 weatherization
WEB: tenantresourcecenter.org ahead) (800) 834-4234 • Assistance for migrant workers
EMAIL: SERVICES: FAX: (847) 931-7138
asktrc@tenantresourcecenter.org • Support group for women who EMAIL: total@totalhomehealth.com 271. UNITED WAY OF KENOSHA
HOURS: M-F 9am-6pm have had difficulty parenting due to HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm COUNTY
SERVICES: their alcohol or drug use SERVICES: 5500 6th Ave Ste 210
• Counseling to tenants and • Encourage individual development • Sells medical equipment and Kenosha, WI 53140
landlords on their rights and and growth supplies (262) 658-4104
responsibilities including repairs, • No charge FAX: (262) 997-1404
ending a lease, subletting, eviction, • Transportation provided 267. TRANSITIONAL LIVING EMAIL:
discrimination, and security deposits CENTER unitedway@kenoshaunitedway.org
• Takes walk-ins 263. THREE HARBORS COUNCIL 482 S Pine WEB: www.kenoshaunitedway.org
Kenosha Service Center and Scout Burlington, WI 53105 HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm
260. TENDER TOUCH THERAPY Shop (262) 767-1478 SERVICES:
5219 88th Avenue 7500 Green Bay Rd Ste LL101 INTAKE HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm • Funding organization to promote
Kenosha, WI 53144 Kenosha, WI 53142 SERVICES: community resource development
(262) 653-0850 (262) 632-1655 • Emergency shelter for women and and outcome measurement
WEB: FAX: (262) 632-3596 children in western Racine and • Volunteer opportunities at
www.tendertouchtherapyllc.com WEB: www.threeharborsscouting.org Kenosha Counties for 10-30 days getconnected.kenoshaunitedway.org
EMAIL: HOURS: M-F 9:30am-5pm • Transitional housing 10 to 90 days • VITA-Vital Income Tax Assistance
frontdesk@tendertouchtherapyllc.co SERVICES: for single parents and families Program for individuals who make
m • Prepares young people to make over $54,000
SERVICES: ethical and moral choices over their 268. TUSCAN VILLA
• Occupational Therapy, Physical life time APARTMENTS 272. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
Therapy and Speech Therapy • Includes leadership development, 8051 25th Ave - EXTENSION KENOSHA COUNTY
• Durable medical equipment team building activities, unit Kenosha, Wi 53140 19600 75th St Ste 2
• Aquatic Therapy activities, and youth development OFFICE: (262) 551-7255 Bristol, WI 53104
• Additional Programs: “Social • Camps throughout Wisconsin to On-site Phone: (262) 652-0003 (262) 857-1945
Thinking” Pragmatic Group, build skills SERVICES: FAX: (262) 857-1998
Handwriting without Tears, Watch • Senior subsidized housing age 62+ EMAIL:
me Grow, and Rockstar Kidz, Yoga 264. THRIVE THERAPY SERVICES or age 50+ with a disability Beverlee.Barker@ces.uwex.edu
and Fitness Class 7530 39th Ave. WEB: kenoshacounty.uwex.edu
Kenosha, WI 53142 269. TWIN LAKES AREA FOOD HOURS: M-F 8am-12pm, 1pm-5pm
261. THE FLEET AND FAMILY Phone: 262-997-9411 PANTRY, INC SERVICES:
SUPPORT CENTER Email: St. John’s Catholic Church • Adult education
525 Farragut Ave Bldg. 26 Ste 300 seiler@thrivetherapyservices.net 701 N Lake Avenue • Agricultural and horticultural
Great Lakes, IL 60088 Services: Twin Lakes, WI 53181 services and education
(847) 688-3603 x100 Specializes in treating individuals, (262) 877-8228 • Gardening/landscaping instruction
(888) 231-0714 x100 couples and families and offer HOURS: Tu/W 10am-noon; 2nd • Nutrition education
WEB: comprehensive services dealing Tuesday of every month 7-8pm; • Parenting education- to promote
https://www.cnic.navy.mil/GreatLake with: closed holidays and school closings healthy families
s/Families/index.htm • Depression SERVICES: • Community development
HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4pm, appts • Anxiety • Food pantry • Child/youth activities, 4-H clubs
and walk-ins accepted • ADHD/Behavioral Issues • For residents living west of I-94
SERVICES: • Spiritual Support
• Services limited to active duty • Anger Management
military and their eligible family • Women’s Issues
members, retired military members • Parenting
and their eligible family members, • Relationships
and eligible Reservists and Guard • Increased life satisfaction
members only* Accepting new patients with
• Counseling- individual, couples, Medicaid/Medicare
family, children (ages 6 and up),
sexual assault, victims of domestic 265. TLS VETERANS
violence advocacy, post-traumatic 5330 W. Elm St
stress, and women‚ issues McHenry, IL 60050
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273. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN Hospice Alliance baking volunteers “Coffee Mates” leak/emergency hotline
- PARKSIDE WEB: www.we-energies.com
900 Wood Rd PO Box 2000 (262) 694-7531 WEB: www.kafasi.org SERVICES:
Kenosha, WI 53141 SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 8am-3:30pm • Budget billing and payment plans
(262) 595-2345 • Food Pantry: attend Sunday 6pm SERVICES: to qualified customers
(262) 595-2355 admissions service and speak to the staff • Transportation for seniors 60+ or • Help others with their energy bills
(262) 595-2610 disability services afterwards to pick up food- no other persons with disabilities who can get with the Gift of Energy or make a
FAX: (262) 595-2202 requirements/documents needed in or out of the vehicle with little donation to Keep Wisconsin Warm
EMAIL: admissions@uwp.edu • Spiritual/religious services assistance (Services not wheelchair Fund
WEB: www.uwp.edu accessible)
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm 278. VILLA CIERA APARTMENTS • Volunteer opportunities 286. WELLSPRING COUNSELING
SERVICES: 1940 27th Ave • Trips less than 10 miles one way CENTER, INC
• 41 undergraduate majors, 49 Kenosha, WI 53140 for $4.50 310 Old Green Bay Rd
minors, 37 certificates (262) 597-5430 • Round trip $9 Kenosha, WI 53144
• 6 masters programs HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm • First 25 miles calculated at.75 (262) 554-7215
• Adult learner programs SERVICES: cents/mile, then .50 cents/mile, HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
• On-line degree completion • Accepts Section 8 vouchers require 2-3 day notice WEB: www.wellspringcc.com
• Athletics and cultural programming • Affordable senior apartments for SERVICES:
age 62+ 283. WALKIN IN MY SHOES • Individual and Family Counseling
274. URBAN LEAGUE OF 2211 50th St • Mental Health counseling for
KENOSHA AND RACINE 279. VILLA NOVA APARTMENTS Kenosha, WI 53140 adults, adolescents, and children
Kenosha Office 2401 18th St (262) 764-0214 • Marriage Counseling and Pre-
1418 68th St Kenosha, WI 53140 WEB: www.walkininmyshoes.org Marital Counseling
Kenosha, WI 53143 (262) 551-7255 OFFICE HOURS: Tu/Th 10am-2pm by • Christian Counseling
(262) 652-2111 Site phone number: (262) 551-8255 appt only
FAX: (262) 652-7044 HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm SERVICES: 287. WESTERN KENOSHA
HOURS: M-F 9:30am-5:30pm SERVICES: • Street outreach program provides COUNTY TRANSIT
Racine Office • Subsidized housing for seniors age survival packs to street homeless (888) 203-3498
718 N. Memorial Drive 62+ or age 50+ with a disability youth, men, women, and children HOURS: M-F 5:45am-7:15pm
Racine, WI 53404 and connects them to community WEB:
SERVICES: 280. VILLAGE PLAZA social service providers. www.co.kenosha.wi.us/countytransit.
• Adult education to improve reading 25166 72nd St • Homeless Youth Drop-In Center html
skills & English as a second Paddock Lake, WI 53168 available to youth of all ages. Call SERVICES:
language (262) 749-3033 emergency phone at (262) 914-2077 • Two bus routes providing
• Spanish classes on Tu and Th 9:30- HOURS: by appt to ensure access and transportation. transportation between South Port
1:30; contact Yolanda at 262-637- SERVICES: • Referral based program Plaza (eastern boundary) and Twin
8634 • Seniors age 62+ & legally disabled Lakes (western boundary)
• Pre-employment training, computer subsidized housing 284. WATERS EDGE • $2 one way
lab with Internet • Independent living REHABILITATION AND CARE • Riders may request a specific stop
• After school literacy program • Charges 30% of household income CENTER along the route
• Western Union agent, check free 3415 Sheridan Rd • Door-to-door service for $5 one
pay agent, notary public on site 281. VISITING PHYSICIANS Kenosha, WI 53140 way with reservation in advance.
ASSOCIATION (262) 657-6175 Discount for people with physical
275. VA - GREAT LAKES 2514 S 102nd St Ste 160 FAX: (262) 653-8941 and cognitive disabilities.
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM West Allis, WI 53227 HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm, Suggested • Unlimited rides for $20 monthly
8207 22nd Ave (414) 255-0300 visiting hours 8am-8pm pass
Kenosha, WI 53143 (800) 839-6583 SERVICES: • Help with boarding and
(262) 653-9286 Fax (414) 543-9601 • Skilled nursing facilities disembarking upon request
(800) 393-0865 Parent facility: North HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm • Rehabilitation including physical,
Chicago VA Medical Center WEB: www.visitingphysicians.com occupational, speech, and 288. WESTOSHA HEAD START
WEB: www.lovell.fhcc.va.gov SERVICES: respiratory therapy 30100 Wilmot Rd PO Box 57
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • In home healthcare • Respite, hospice, and tracheostomy Wilmot, WI 53192
SERVICES: • Visiting doctors and nurse care (262) 862-6168
• Medical care, psychiatric care, practitioners FAX: (262) 862-6243
audiology and lab testing for • Accepts Medicare and Medicaid 285. WE ENERGIES SERVICES:
veterans 231 W Michigan St • Free preschool program for
282. VOLUNTEER Milwaukee, WI 53203 children of western Kenosha County
276. VETERANS HOMELESS TRANSPORTATION SERVICE (800) 242-9137 Customer Service • Partners with school district and
SERVICES 7730 Sheridan Rd (800) 662-4797 Power service agencies to help children be
1-877-4Aid-Vet Kenosha, WI 53143 outage/emergency hotline ready for Kindergarten
1/877/424-3838 (262) 842-7433 (800) 261-5325 Natural gas • Healthy meals and snacks provided
HOURS: 24 hours a day • 4K can attend head start in
WWW.VA.gov/homeless conjunction with their boundary
SERVICES: school
• Serves veterans who are homeless
or at imminent risk of being 289. WESTOSHA LAKES CHURCH
homeless to secure housing or 24823 74th St
obtain help to obtain a job or other Paddock Lake, WI 53168
supports to maintain housing no (262) 843-1948
matter how they are served. WEB:
www.westoshalakeschurch.com
277. VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES:
3401 Springbrook Rd • Food pantry 2nd Sat. of each
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 month, please call to register

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290. WESTOSHA SENIOR CENTER Hospice Alliance provides a compassionate care team that will steward physical, mental and disabilities related to K-12 school
19200 93rd St (Hwy C) spiritual needs during life’s most difficult days. issues
Bristol, WI 53104 • Training for parents, students, and
(262) 891-3436 WEB: www.mywheaton.org 298. WHEATON FRANCISCAN professionals related to IDEA and
(262) 358-5554 HOURS: 24hrs/day MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION development for better outcomes for
EMAIL: SERVICES: SERVICES students with disabilities
westoshaseniorcenter@wi.twcbc.co • Emergency medical care 3805 B Spring St Ste 20 Lower Level • Support groups based out of
m • Hospital Racine, WI 53405 Milwaukee office
WEB: • Switchboard service for Wheaton (262) 687-2222 • Support for families
www.westoshaseniorcenter.com Franciscan Healthcare system WEB: www.mywheaton.org
HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm • Community health and education HOURS: PHONES M-F 8am-8pm, 302. WINDSONG VILLAGE
SERVICES: • Audiology, gastroenterology, APPTS: M-F 8am-6pm APARTMENTS
• Wellness, social, and recreational dermatology, otolaryngology, SERVICES: 7101 104th Ave
programs for seniors urology, surgery, lab and radiology • Family and marriage counseling Kenosha, WI 53142
• Bingo, exercise class, line dancing, • Center for Women and Children, • Alcohol and other drug abuse (262) 942-1650
crafting, trips, painting, and related specialties counseling EMAIL:
ceramics windsong@oakbrookcorp.com
• Advocacy and support groups for 295. WHEATON FRANCISCAN 299. WHEATON FRANCISCAN HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm
the aging/elderly MEDICAL CENTER REHABILITATION SERVICES SERVICES:
• Pool table, Wii, internet access, 1320 Wisconsin Ave 3811 Spring St • Moderate income restricted, rent
fitness room with equipment geared Racine, WI 53403 Racine, WI 53405 controlled, housing
for seniors (262) 687-5600 (262) 687-5300 • Accepts section 42 tax credit
• Educational classes WEB: www.mywheaton.org WEB: www.mywheaton.org
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm SERVICES: 303. WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION
291. WHEATON FRANCISCAN SERVICES: • Orthopedics and plastic surgery OF THE DEAF
HEALTHCARE - ALL SAINTS • Family Medicine • Outpatient rehabilitation services P.O. Box 256
WALK-IN CARE Menomonee Falls, WI 53052
3807 Spring St 296. WHEATON FRANCISCAN 300. WI AWAKEN EMAIL: wisdeaf@gmail.com
Racine, WI 53405 MEDICAL GROUP LOCATION - 157 S. Pine Street, WEB: www.wisdeaf.org
(262) 687-8150 4328 Old Green Bay Rd Burlington, WI 53105 SERVICES:
WEB: www.mywheaton.org Mount Pleasant, WI 53403 MAILING - PO Box 189, Burlington, • Provides information on resources
HOURS: M-F 8am-8pm; Sat 8am- (262) 687-7606 WI 53105 specific to deafness/hard of hearing
4pm; Sun 8am-2pm; closed holidays WEB: www.mywheaton.org (262) 342-5188 • Advocacy for individuals with
SERVICES: HOURS: M-Th 7am-6:30pm; F 7am- FAX: (844) 247-2735 hearing loss to state agencies and
• Provides treatment for minor 5pm; 1st and 3rd Sat 8am-noon EMAIL: the legislature
injuries/illnesses when a primary SERVICES: CustomerService@wiawaken.com • Web site posts local chapter
doctor isn’t available • Adult Internal Medicine WEB: www.wiawaken.com newsletter for the Racine-Kenosha
• Family Medicine HOURS: By appointment with Club of the Deaf and other social
292. WHEATON FRANCISCAN • Gynecology/Infertility clinician outings and fund raisers
HEALTHCARE - CANCER CARE • Pediatrics SERVICES:
3809 Spring St • Orthopedics • Mental health 304. WISCONSIN BOARD FOR
Racine, WI 53405 • Cardiology • Addictions counseling PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL
(262) 687-5000 • Physical Therapy, X-ray, lab • Co-parenting DISABILITIES
WEB: www.mywheaton.org • Reunification counseling 101 E Wilson St Rm 219
HOURS: M-F 7am-5:30pm 297. WHEATON FRANCISCAN Madison, WI 53703
SERVICES: MEDICAL GROUP & COUNSELING 301. WI FACETS (608) 266-7826
• Outpatient care CENTER - UNION GROVE (WISCONSIN FAMILY (888) 332-1677
• Treatments and therapies 1120 Main St ASSISTANCE CENTER FOR FAX: (608) 267-3906
• Patient support services Union Grove, WI 53182 EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EMAIL: bpddhelp@wi-bpdd.org
• Genetic testing and counseling (262) 763-8183 SUPPORT INC) WEB: www.wi-bpdd.org
• Public reporting of outcomes WEB: www.mywheaton.org 600 W. Virginia St. Ste 501 HOURS: M-F 8am- 4:30pm
• Support groups HOURS: M-Th 8:30am-7pm; F Milwaukee, WI 53204 SERVICES:
• Cancer screening and prevention 8:30am-4:30pm (414) 374-4645 Statewide • Agency dedicated to improving
• Clinical trials and research SERVICES: (877) 374-0511 independence, productivity, and
• Counseling- mental health, alcohol WEB: www.wifacets.org integration for people with
293. WHEATON FRANCISCAN and drug abuse HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm developmental disabilities. Advocate
HEALTHCARE - SERVICES: for Civil Rights and works with the
CARDIOVASCULAR INSTITUTE • Information & referral to resources legislature and state departments to
3803 Spring St for families of children with develop plans for systems change.
Racine, WI 53405 • Produces many publications for
(262) 687-8260 families for planning, advice and
WEB: www.mywheaton.org advocacy.
HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm • Disabled Advocates WI Network
SERVICES: (DAWN)- emails or mails legislative
• Diagnostic and screening services updates and alerts to individuals so
• Heart and vascular services that you may advocate for measures
• Cardiac rehabilitation with your legislators.
• Advocates for people with
294. WHEATON FRANCISCAN developmental disabilities, fosters
HEALTHCARE and EMERGENCY welcoming and inclusive
CARE communities, and improve the
3801 Spring St disability service system.
Racine, WI 53405 • Serves individuals based on level
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305. WISCONSIN COUNCIL OF 308. WISCONSIN FAMILY TIES 311. WISCONSIN NEUROPATHY physical disabilities which prevent
THE BLIND AND VISUALLY 16 N Carroll St Ste 230 CENTER, LLC, AFFILIATE OF WEIL them from reading standard print.
IMPAIRED Madison, WI 53703 FOOT AND ANKLE INSTITUTE • Application for this service is on
754 Williamson St (800) 422-7145 10105 74th St Ste 101 the website at the bottom of the
Madison, WI 53703 EMAIL: info@wifamilyties.org Kenosha, WI 53142 page.
(608) 255-1166 WEB: www.wifamilyties.org HOURS: M 9:30am-4:30pm; Tu-Th • Playback equipment available
(800) 783-5213 HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm 8am-4:30pm; F 9am-4:30pm; Sat • Can request specific books or
FAX: (608) 255-3301 SERVICES: 8am-12pm DVDS, or they receive an automatic
EMAIL: info@wcblind.org • Parent run organization that 7001 236th Ave selection of the types of books they
WEB: www.wcblind.org provides a support network and Paddock Lake, WI 53168 enjoy reading Apple/Android app
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm advocacy for other parents (262) 697-4301 available: The Bard
SERVICES: • Provides referrals to resources for HOURS: M 1pm-4:30pm; W 8am-
• Provides referrals and information information on children with social, 2:30pm; F 9am-12pm 315. WISCONSIN TELE-MED
on educational and rehabilitative emotional, behavioral, and substance WEB: www.weil4feet.com NETWORK
programs to help individuals to live abuse issues/conditions and SERVICES: 6923 39th Ave
independently after vision loss. disease/disabilities • Comprehensive foot care and Kenosha, WI 53142
• Sells assistive living devices at a treatment using multiple therapeutic (262) 764-7205
low mark up to aid in independence. 309. WISCONSIN FIRST STEP techniques and surgical options if HOURS: M-F 9am-6pm
• One free white cane every 2 years 1900 South Ave necessary SERVICES:
to individuals with vision of 20/70 or Lacrosse, WI 54601 • Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, • Telepsychiatry and Medication
less. (800) 642-7837 call 24/7 private insurance, private pay Management
• Speakers to groups for information FAX: (608) 775-4766 • Dr. Cernak specializes in Diabetic • Children and adults
on vision loss and adaptation. E-MAIL: wispubhealth@mch- Neuropathy
Newsletters and catalogs available hotlines.org 316. WISCONSIN VETERANS
on request. WEB: www.mch-hotlines.org 312. WISCONSIN OMBUDSMAN HOME
• Volunteer opportunities SERVICES: PROGRAM 21425 G Spring St
• PARENT SPECIALISTS (for parents 1402 Pankratz St Ste 111 Union Grove, WI 53182
306. WISCONSIN COUNCIL ON of children with special needs) Madison, WI 53704 (262) 878-6749
PROBLEM GAMBLING available M-F 8am-4pm (800) 815-0015 WEB: www.wisvets.com
1585 Allouez Ave • Statewide information and referral Fax: (608) 246-7001 EMAIL: veterans.home-
Green Bay, WI 54311 to local resources for children and WEB: BOALTC@wisconsin.gov UG@dva.state.wi.us
(800) 426-2535 youth with special healthcare needs CONTACT: Mary McKeown HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm
(920) 437-8888 • Referrals for ages birth-21are HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm SERVICES:
TEXT LINE: (920) 799-4080 available for parents, families, and SERVICES: • 40-bed assisted living facility
FAX: (920) 437-8995 providers • Advocacy (age 60+) for consumer • 158-bed skilled nursing facility with
EMAIL: wcpg@wi- • Central directory for services for rights/complaints pertaining to long memory care for mild to moderate
problemgamblers.org Wisconsin’s Birth-3 Program term care facilities memory problems, 20-bed secure
WEB: www.wi-problemgamblers.org, • Works with Regional Children and memory care unit for severe
HOURS: call 24 hrs/day Youth with Special Health Care 313. WISCONSIN SHORES LITTLE memory problems, several wound-
SERVICES: Needs Centers across the state LEAGUE certified RNs on staff, on-site
• Statewide agency provides • Online resource directory available 4216 25th St medical director, and rehabilitation
information on the nearest support on website Kenosha, WI 53144 services including speech,
group for gamblers and their family • Materials available by mail (262) 551-7555 occupational, physical, music, and
members (262) 605-9769 Michael Ebener for art
• Provides information on qualified 310. WISCONSIN MYALGIC special needs adults softball • For veterans, spouses of veterans,
treatment providers in your area ENCEPHALOMYELITIS/CHRONIC EMAIL: jbattersby@wi.rr.com and surviving spouses
• Online chat available on the website FATIGUE SYNDROME WEB: www.eteamz.com/wsll • Works with Medicare, Medicaid, VA
ASSOCIATION HOURS: M-F 3pm-9pm benefits, private insurance, and
307. WISCONSIN DIVISION OF 1223 W Main St Box 141 SERVICES: private pay
COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS Sun Prairie, WI 53590 • Little league baseball team for
Intake Office: (608) 834-1001 Main office, Theresa individuals with developmental 317. WISCONSIN‚ KENOSHA
1212 60th St Ulrich disabilities, ADHD, autism, RACINE PARTNERS (WKRP)
Kenosha, WI 53140 EMAIL: wicfs-me@yahoo.com blindness, deafness, and physical (888) 794-5820
(262) 653-7150 WEB: www.wicfs-me.org disabilities -Ages 4 to 18, up to 21 if FAX: (855) 293-1822
HOURS: M/Tu 7:45am-6pm; W SERVICES: still a student WEB: www.access.wi.gov
7:15am-4:30pm; Th/F 7:45am- • Publishes quarterly newsletter • Softball for special needs adults HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm closed
4:30pm “Lifeline ‚ free informational ages 15 and above holidays
and packages available upon request SERVICES:
4911 88th Ave Ste C • Information on Myalgic 314. WISCONSIN TALKING BOOK • Enrollment services and manage
Kenosha, WI 53144 Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue AND BRAILLE LIBRARY benefits for FoodShare, Medicaid,
(262) 653-6800 Syndrome disease, Lyme disease, 813 W Wells St BadgerCare, Family Planning
HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm XMRV Virus, other neurological Milwaukee, WI 53233 Services, Childcare assistance, and
and auto-immune disorders, disability, (414) 286-3045 Caretaker Supplement
1567 19th Ave and ongoing medical research (800) 242-8822
Kenosha, WI 53140 available EMAIL: wtbbl@milwaukee.gov 318. WISLOAN + TELEWORK
(262) 551-5000 • Encourages communication among WEB: dpi.wi.gov/talkingbooks Society’s Assets
FAX: (262) 653-7074 agencies, institutions, and (application for this service located (Jefferson, Kenosha, Racine, Rock,
HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm individuals Promotes clinical in the Eligibility and Application link and Walworth counties)
SERVICES: research and improved medical on left side of website) Phone: (262) 637-9128 V/Relay
• Probation and parole agency for treatment HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm Phone: (800) 378-9128 V/Relay
the community corrections system • Support groups, contacts, and SERVICES: societysassets.org
referrals. Leave a message, we will • Provides audio books on tape and SERVICES:
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days with low vision, blindness, or Wisconsinites with disabilities
• WisLoan +Telework are statewide


alternative loan programs that allow Domestic violence services: • Emergency Shelter for 30 women Saints Counseling Center
Wisconsin residents with disabilities • 24 hr crisis line and children up to 30 days 1333 College Ave
to finance assistive technology, • Safety planning for staying at • Hispanic advocacy available Racine, WI 53403
home modifications, or equipment home, leaving, safe exchange of • Food, clothing, and household (414) 416-0775 for more
needed to become self-employed or children, and stalking goods pantries information
to work from home. • Transitional living program- 10 • Legal advocacy (not attorneys) for (262) 687-2273 to set up an
• Loan amount range from $500 to apartments specifically for homeless restraining orders and assistance assessment
$50,000 victims of domestic violence with divorce, separation, criminal EMAIL: cvk4recovery@gmail.com
• Group support, parenting classes, court, and child custody issues HOURS: M/Tu/Th/F 9am-3pm
319. WOMEN & CHILDREN’S and child witness groups • Referrals to community resources SERVICES:
HORIZONS • Circle of change group for batterers • Volunteer opportunities • Intensive outpatient treatment for
2525 63rd St Sexual assault services: • Donations of clothing, furniture, women with substance abuse and
Kenosha, WI 53140 • 24 hr crisis line and advocate and household items accepted mental health disorders
(262) 656-3500 response to hospitals • Nifty Thrifty Resale Shop located at • Developed from evidence-based
(800) 853-3503 24 hr help line • Support groups for adults molested 4200 39th Ave, Kenosha, WI 53143 practices
(262) 652-9900 local 24-hr help line as children and for non-offending • Gender-specific treatment program
FAX: (262) 656-3402 parent or caregiver of sexually 320. WOMEN OF WORTH • Childcare provided through HALO
WEB: www.wchkenosha.org abused children and teens TREATMENT PROGRAM • Available to Kenosha and Racine
ADMIN HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm • One-on-one advocacy Held at: county residents
SERVICES: Other services: Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare- All

SERVICE INDEX Addiction Treatment 2, 6, 13, 65, 252, 313 188, 272 309
76, 97, 116, 125, 130, 152,
187, 218, 221, 228, 234, 320 Autism Convention Facilities/Rental 132, Developmental Disabilities
information/education/services 151 social/recreational programs
Adoption 42, 46, 52, 62 26, 50, 66, 80, 152, 247, 248 40, 43, 71, 79, 80, 124, 163,
Correctional Services 147, 162, 209, 225, 251, 252, 254, 304,
Adult Education 11, 78, 81, 116, Autism support groups 26, 133 223, 307 313
122, 153, 161, 214, 272, 274
Better Business Bureaus con- Counseling Diabetes 161
Adult Protective Services elderly/ sumer complaints 28, 39, 67, addiction/alcohol/drug/gam-
disabilities 4 113 bling 2, 13, 65, 97, 116, 125, Disability Benefits/Information 4,
130, 140, 166, 200, 218, 228, 76, 77, 143, 152, 318
Advocacy aging/elderly 4, 7, 170, Bilingual Services 3, 46, 81, 140, 298, 300
290, 312 201, 214, 235, 270 Disaster Relief 11, 121, 226, 232
Counseling children 2, 17, 21, 46,
Advocacy children/parent 80, 308 Blood Donor 127, 138 50, 51, 109, 118, 125, 166, Disease/Disability Information
200, 208, 218, 224, 286 developmental disabilities 4,
Advocacy disabilities/disease Brain Injuries information/educa- 35, 66, 79, 80, 82, 248, 301,
related 4, 9, 10, 75, 76, 80, tion 8, 32 Counseling credit 85, 131, 173 304
119, 172, 189, 246, 303, 304
Building Permits/Inspections 54 Counseling disease/disability 2, 5, Disease/Disability Information
Advocacy general/other 4, 39, 72, 125, 208, 210, 232, 292 disease/physical disabilities 4,
121, 162, 173, 223, 319 Bus Passes 4, 59 5, 8, 9, 10, 14, 16, 32, 66, 69,
Counseling family 2, 13, 17, 21, 248, 310, 318
After School Programs 31, 101, Camps 14, 26, 35, 49, 69, 71, 80, 30, 42, 46, 50, 51, 82, 87, 90,
163, 225 82, 124, 225, 263 100, 109, 118, 125, 140, 166, Disease/Disability Information
200, 208, 210, 218, 219, 224, mental health 33, 49, 66, 152,
Aging Resources 4, 136, 143, 170 Cancer children 9, 14 232, 257, 261, 264, 286, 298 189, 190, 248, 308

Aids/HIV Information 5, 145 Cancer information/education 9, Counseling grief 13, 42, 118, 208, Domestic Violence 65, 173, 261,
22, 96, 119, 292 210, 257 267, 319
Alanon 6, 135, 231
Cancer support groups 9, 14, 22, Counseling mental health 2, 5, 13, Drinking/Drug Impaired Driver
Alateen 135 119, 292 17, 87, 90, 109, 118, 125, 130, Program 65, 116, 200
140, 194, 200, 208, 210, 218,
Alcohol Drug Abuse Care Management aging, elderly, 219, 228, 232, 257, 261, 264, Elderly Benefits 4, 136, 143
Services/Prevention 6, 30, 65, and physical 191, 246 286, 297, 300
93, 116, 125, 152, 187, 203, Election Information 171
221, 262 Care Management developmental County Legal Counsel 142
disabilities 246 Emergency Care 24, 95, 96, 294
Alcoholics Anonymous 6, 27, 40, Crime Prevention 57, 58, 68, 93,
135, 231 Care Management mental health 148, 213 Employee Rights information/edu-
152, 218 cation 73, 122
Alzheimers/Dementia assisted liv- Crohn's/Colitis 69
ing 36, 206, 316 Caregiver Support 4, 7, 9, 14, Employment Assistance 31, 43,
144, 214 Deafness/Hearing Impaired 77, 78, 122, 133, 222, 223,
Alzheimers/Dementia information Services 77, 110, 112, 303 261, 265, 274
4, 7, 115 Cerebral Palsy 4, 35
Dental Services 140, 145 Energy Assistance 265, 270, 285
Alzheimers/Dementia residental Child Abuse protective services
facilities 107, 149, 250 144, 217, 218 Developmental Disabilities chil- English Classes/English as 2nd
dren 66, 83, 134, 152, 204, Language 274
Alzheimers/Dementia support Child Abuse reporting 144, 152 248, 254, 304
groups 7 Epilepsy 82
Child Care 48, 78, 83, 89, 105, Developmental Disabilities day
Anger Management support 163, 178, 265 programs 43, 133, 134, 209, Family Services 30, 51, 87, 90,
groups 2, 30, 33, 87, 166, 261 222 136, 217, 248, 301
Child Safety 145, 152
Animal Services 229, 232 Developmental Disabilities educa- Fire Department Kenosha 55
Child/Youth Activities 31, 45, 89, tion 209, 239, 254, 304
Area Agency on Aging 4, 143 101, 225, 272 Food Pantries 5, 232, 237, 238,
Developmental Disabilities resi- 256, 269, 277, 289
Arthritis 16 Clothing 81, 88, 103, 197, 238, dential facilities 124, 139, 239
256, 283 Food Programs 3, 53, 63, 78, 88,
Assisted Living 36, 37, 47, 158, Developmental Disabilities 317
175, 180, 199, 316 Colleges/Universities 45, 99, 273 Resources 4, 35, 66, 79, 80,
82, 152, 239, 248, 301, 304, Foster Care Services 62, 144,
Assistive Technology 1, 44, 112, Community College 99 152, 218
246, 305
Community Funds 271 INFORMATION Please 2018 Page 41
Athletic Leagues 31, 160, 251,
Community Groups 154, 157,


SERVICE INDEX Gang Prevention/Street Outreach 78, 162, 223, 239, 274 nancy 42, 46, 52, 136, 212 Subsidized Housing 15, 18, 56,
30, 31, 93, 152, 218, 230 91, 92, 121, 129, 150, 169,
Juvenile Diversion/Services 144, Preschool 89 176, 182, 198, 233, 240, 242,
Gay/ Lesbian Resources 166, 174, 147, 152, 224 258, 268, 279, 280
210, 257 Psychiatric Services 12, 86, 97,
Lead Poisoning screening 145 100, 125, 152, 218, 219, 275, Substance Abuse Assessments 2,
Grief 20, 111, 119, 137, 208 297, 315 116
Learning Disabilities 49, 172
Group Therapy 2, 20, 21, 30, 118, Public Awareness/Education 4, 5, Supervised Visitation 51, 116
166, 200, 208 Legal Services 81, 142, 173, 235, 8, 9, 10, 11, 26, 32, 35, 62, 82,
319 116, 121, 152, 174, 188, 190, Support Groups disease/disability
Guardianship 4, 80, 152, 173 191, 193, 215, 217, 253 7, 8, 9, 26, 32, 79, 82, 110,
Library 64, 220, 314 111, 119, 191, 248, 253, 292,
Head Start/Early Intervention 83, Recreational Services 163, 168 301, 308
134, 159, 178, 222, 258, 288 Licenses 71, 141
Red Cross 226 Support Groups drug/alcohol 6,
Health and Safety Education 10, Literacy Programs 153 30, 33, 93, 116, 131, 135, 137,
226 Rehabilitation 19, 32, 34, 38, 61, 152, 243, 320
Loan Closet 4, 111, 152, 254, 318 83, 104, 120, 134, 149, 161,
Health Care children 24, 95, 140, 164, 179, 241, 255, 260, 284, Support Groups mental health
145, 156, 167, 295, 296 Low Income Housing 18, 56, 102, 299, 305 33, 49, 189, 190
121, 278, 302
Health Care prompt 291, 294 Religious/Spiritual Services 27, Support Groups other 20, 30,
Meal Programs 33, 53, 88, 136, 40, 42, 53, 131, 137, 214, 231, 33, 119, 131, 137, 174, 202,
Health Care uninsured 3, 84, 140, 157, 236, 238, 288, 290 277, 286 204, 205, 261, 262, 306, 310,
145 319
Medicaid 3, 66, 78, 140, 183, 317 Rent Assistance 152, 265
Health Care walk-in clinic 23, 291, Swim Instruction 163, 225
294 Medical Care 23, 24, 72, 96, 100, Residential Facilities 97, 107, 139,
140, 161, 167, 275, 281, 295, 187, 203, 206, 250 Tax Information 126, 271, 274
Health Care women 23, 95, 145, 296, 297
156, 294, 295, 296 Resource Centers 4, 143, 152, Tenant/Landlord Rights 67, 173,
Medical Equipment 1, 19, 20, 217, 253, 309 259
Health Care Specialties 22, 23, 123, 128, 260, 266
24, 25, 84, 95, 96, 145, 156, Respite 14, 32, 35, 80, 119, 120, Transportation disabled 1, 44,
228, 292, 293, 294, 296, 297, Medicare Information 4, 75, 184, 124, 239, 250 59, 94, 133, 136, 183, 186,
299, 311 185 249, 282, 287
Runaways 192, 230, 283
Hearing Impaired Medication Assistance 49, 81, 82, Transportation emergency 177,
information/education 4, 110, 111, 114, 152, 195, 207, 227, School Supplies 238 186
154 246
Section 8 Housing 15, 18, 56, Transportation medical 9, 94,
Heart Disease information/educa- Mental Health care managemen 129, 176, 233, 278 133, 136, 165, 177, 183, 186,
tion 10, 293 152, 218 249, 282
Senior Housing apartments 15,
HIV Testing 5, 145, 212 Mental Health counseling 2, 21, 18, 47, 102, 108, 129, 150, Transportation public 59, 165,
50, 87, 90, 118, 125, 166, 194, 169, 176, 182, 216, 233, 242, 192, 287
Holiday Assistance 81, 232, 238 200, 210, 218, 219, 228, 232, 255, 268, 278, 279, 280
257, 261, 264, 297 Transportation social 59, 133,
Home Care Services 19, 20, 34, Senior Housing assisted living 136, 165, 249, 282, 287
114, 115, 119, 161, 164, 227, Mental Health residential facilities 36, 37, 47, 158, 175, 180, 199,
246, 281 70, 139 206 Tutoring 153

Homeless Programs 53, 81, 88, Mental Health Resources 33, 49, Senior Housing residential facili- Twelve Step Support Groups 6,
105, 152, 192, 230, 236, 267, 76, 117, 152, 189, 190, 194 ties 107, 149, 180 40, 93, 131, 135, 202
283
Mentoring Programs adult/child Senior Recreation 40, 136, 157, Veteran's Programs 72, 80, 146,
Hospice Care 20, 111, 119, 284 29 290 226, 261, 265, 275, 276, 316

Hotlines crisis, adul 152, 205 Museum/Historical 74, 132, 151, Service Options developmental Vision Care/Programs 25, 84, 154
155 disabilities 4, 143
Hotlines crisis, juvenile 152, 192 Visual Impairments 98, 112, 154,
Native American Services 100 Service Options mental health 244, 305, 314
Household Items 81, 103, 197, 143, 152
232, 256, 268 Neighborhood Services/Programs Volunteer Opportunities 11, 29,
54, 57, 196 Service Options physical disabili- 80, 88, 103, 136, 201, 229,
Housing disabled 56, 70, 92, ties 4, 143 230, 248, 256, 271, 282, 305,
129, 150, 169, 182, 233, 242, Nursing in-home care 19, 20, 319
258, 268, 279, 280 34, 119, 161, 246 Sexual Assault 235, 261, 319
W-2 78
Housing low-income 56, 106, Nursing Homes 38, 61, 104, 120, Shelters 88, 105, 230, 236, 267,
129, 176, 181, 182, 198, 258, 149, 179, 241, 255, 284, 316 319 Water/Sewer 60, 145
265
OB-GYN 23, 24, 95 Sheriff's Department 148 Weatherization Programs 63, 270
Housing section 8 41, 56, 102,
150, 242, 302 Occupational Health 23 Sign Weight Loss 202
Language/Instruction/Interpreta
Housing subsidized 15, 18, 56, Outreach Programs 116 tion 89, 110 Wellness Programs 24, 63, 100,
91, 92, 129, 169, 176, 182, 202, 290
198, 233, 240, 242, 258, 268, Parenting 26, 42, 48, 51, 52, 63, Social Security 245
279, 280 116, 136, 145, 204, 205, 217, WIC 63
218, 253, 254, 261, 262, 267, Social/Recreational Programs
Housing Authority Kenosha 56 272, 300, 308 developmental disabilities 79, Women's Groups 33, 171, 262,
80, 133, 225, 252, 313 319, 320
Humane Society 229 Payee Services 152, 246
Social/Recreational Programs Work Permits 73, 274
Hygiene/Personal Care Items 88, Personal Emergency Alert System disabilities/disease related 33,
232 211 71, 133, 225, 244, 251, 252, Youth Development 29, 31, 71,
313 81, 101, 163, 224, 225, 260,
Information and Referral 4, 7, 16, Physical Disabilities Resources 1, 263, 272
26, 32, 33, 34, 48, 69, 76, 79, 4, 10, 16, 191 Social/Recreational Programs
113, 116, 121, 136, 152, 188, general 64, 71, 74, 101, 160,
189, 190, 191, 192, 201, 230, Plasma Donation 127 163, 168, 220, 225
238, 253, 261, 263, 305, 309
Poison Control 215 Stroke information/education 10,
In-home Respite 114 193
Police Department 58, 213
Job Related Information 43, 77,
Pregnancy options 42, 52, 212
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