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Published by Happenings Magazine, 2020-06-18 19:41:24

2020 KHDS Information Please

KHDS Layout 2020

Keywords: Information Please,Kenosha

2020

Your comprehensive guide to
finding help in our community

Help is a text away
Text HOPELINE to 741741

Free emotional support

24-HOUR CRISIS INTERVENTION LINE 262-657-7188

MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESOURCE CENTER

M-F 9am-5pm 262-764-8555

This directory is jointly sponsored by Kenosha
Human Development Services, Inc., Kenosha
County and Happenings Magazine.


KHDS2020

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WELCOME TO OUR TWENTY-FITH ANNUAL
INFORMATION PLEASE DIRECTORY

Information Please is published each year with the assistance of HAPPENINGS MAGAZINE. This
is our twenty-fifth edition of Information Please. It has been an honor to provide this needed infor-
mation to This publication allows you 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 maga-
zine by service area.
We appreciate our community partners that help us make many of our services possible for the
Kenosha Community:

• Kenosha County Division of Aging and Disability Services
• Kenosha County Division of Health
• Kenosha County Division of Children and Family Services
Kenosha Human Development Services (KHDS) is proud to bring this directory to the community.
We hope that it assists people in accessing needed community services.
In July of 2020, KHDS will be moving to our new location at 3536 52nd Street, Kenosha,
Wisconsin, 53144.
We are very excited about moving to a new location. Our new facility will be fully accessible to the
community and we will continue to provide all our current services.
The Kenosha community has stepped up in our Help Us Help More campaign to raise money for the
necessities of moving into a new facility. KHDS has been very touched by the response from our
community.
Our phone will remain the same; only the location will be changing.
And, as always, you can reach our Crisis Hotline 24 hours a day at (262) 657-7188.

Jeannine M. Field
Executive Director

WE’RE MOVING!

NEW MAIN OFFICE LOCATION
3536 52nd Street, Kenosha

CRISIS LINE 262-657-7188 KHDS.COM

24 hours a day | 7 days a week | 365 days a year INFORMATION Please 2020 Page 3


1. 711 FOR A Brass Community School student prepares for his mime performance in the school talent show. • Care consultation - education for
TELECOMMUNICATIONS RELAY the workplace, the community,
SERVICE • Trip fees vary based on certification for coverage of and the family
Dial 711 to be automatically destination nursing home care and home- • Educational programs and
connected to based community programs Materials Library for caregivers
a telecommunications relay 5. ACCESS • Long Term Care Consultation: and families
service operator. Both voice WEB: Access.wisconsin.gov Confidential consultation
and deaf relay users can initiate a SERVICES: regarding eligibility for programs 10. AMERICAN ADDICTION
call from any telephone, anywhere • Apply online for Food Share, to fund needed services to help in CENTERS
in the United States. It's fast, Medicaid/BadgerCare, Family your home or residential care WEB:
functional and free. Planning Waiver and Childcare options AmericanAddictionCenters.org
subsidies • Protective services: Intervention CONTACT: Tiffany Nielson
2. A&J MOBILITY • Get information about your for reports of possible physical (262) 909-8584
3058 Helsan Dr., benefits abuse or neglect, financial abuse, FAX: (262) 364-3008
Richfield, WI 53076 • Report changes or self-neglect EMAIL: [email protected]
(800) 517-1024 • Assistance with advanced SERVICES:
(262)-623-6236 6. ACCESS ABILITY directives • Addiction outreach specialist
FAX: (262) 623-6237 1995 E. Norse Ave. Ste. B, • Promotes safe healthy lifestyles available 24/7
EMAIL: [email protected] Cudahy, WI 53110 through self-help workshops • Resources for addiction and
WEB: www.aandjmobility.com (414) 486-6249 • Help for young adults with recovery
HOURS: M-F 8am-5:30pm Sat by FAX: (414) 486-5728 disabilities as they transition from • Establishing support system
Appointment only • Home care products to help be children's to adult services after treatment
SERVICES: more independent • Sells reduced price bus passes
• Builds wheelchair accessible • Home aides for daily living for people with disabilities 11. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
vans and specialized seating for • Wheelchairs/Scooters N19W24350 Riverwood Dr.,
vehicles • Customized life systems 8. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Waukesha, WI 53188
• Sells pre-owned accessible (262) 554-7788 24-Hour Hotline (262) 523-5500
vehicles and rents accessible 7. AGING & DISABILITY (262) 554-6611 Direct Line (800) 227-2345
vehicles RESOURCE CENTER OF HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
• Vehicle modifications for hand KENOSHA COUNTY WISCONSIN Sat. 9am-2pm WEB: www.cancer.org
controls, wheelchair, scooter lifts, 8600 Sheridan Rd., Ste. 500, SERVICES: SERVICES:
and Auto adaptive vehicles Kenosha, WI 53143 • Support groups at various times • Disease/disability information on
(262) 605-6646 and places. Must call for times cancer and related disorders
3. AALTO LIFE ENHANCEMENT (800) 472-8008 • ALANON literature and other • Educational programs and
CENTER FAX: (262) 605-6649 recovery related material available support groups
8503 75th St., Ste. A, WEB: • Recreational activities,
Kenosha, WI 53142 http://www.adrc.kenoshacounty.or 9. ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION educational material, and literature
(262) 654-9370 g/ OF SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN • Offers transportation and legal
HOURS: M-F 9am-8pm, Sat 9am- HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm 620 S 76th St., Ste. 160, advocacy
2pm SERVICES: Milwaukee, WI 53214 • Provides referrals for financial
SERVICES: • The ADRC is a "one stop shop" (414) 479-8800 assistance, co-pays, and
• Provides outpatient alcohol and for information on services for (800) 272-3900 24-Hour Hotline transportation
drug addiction treatment services those 60 and over, younger adults HOURS: 24/7 • National call center 24/712.
• Massage therapy services and with disabilities and caregivers WEB: www.alz.org/sewi
yoga • Information and assistance SERVICES: 12. AMERICAN HEART AND
• Counseling for mental health regarding a variety of services and • Information on Alzheimer’s STROKE ASSOCIATION OF
disorders, families, and resources- free service directory disease and other related WISCONSIN
individuals is available dementia 1555 N. River Center Dr., Ste.
• Life skills group • Loan Closet: donate or borrow • Provides advocacy for 211,
• Offers teen life skills group durable medical equipment caregivers, families, and Milwaukee, WI 53212
• Offers anger management (walker, shower chair etc.) consumers (414) 271-9999
groups for men and women • Benefit Assistance: Help with • Support groups for families and (800) 242-9236
separately Medicare, Medicaid, Social caregivers FAX: (414) 271-3299
Security, health insurance, • Safe Return Program provides WEB: www.heart.org/CPR
4. ABLE TREK TOURS housing, and other public benefit ID bracelets to the caregiver and HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm
PO Box 384, issues consumer SERVICES:
Reedsburg, WI 53959 • Medicaid eligibility and • Heart disease and stroke
(608) 524-3021 information
(800) 205-6713 • Disease/disability information on
FAX: (608) 524-8302 related disorders
WEB: abletrektours.com • Educational programs to teach
EMAIL: [email protected] CPR and other related
SERVICES: certifications. Call (877) 242-4277
• Vacationing assistance for for CPR class information
individuals living with
developmental disabilities, elderly, 13. AMERICAN RED CROSS
mental health condition, and 2600 W. Wisconsin Ave.,
others Milwaukee, WI 53233
• Pick-up and Drop-off services (414) 342-8680
available (800) 733-2767 National Red
• Sign-up for trips is available Cross/Emergency
24/7 FAX: (414) 342-7802
• Payment plans are available
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A Harborside Academy student works out a math problem in Samantha Padecky's class. 19. ASCENSION - ALL SAINTS urology, surgery, lab and
WALK-IN CARE radiology
WEB: www.redcross.org/local/wis private pay 3807 Spring St., • Center for Women and Children,
consin • Offers sliding fee scale Racine, WI 53405 related specialties
HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm (262) 687-8150
SERVICES: 16. ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER WEB: healthcare.ascention.org 24. ASCENSION MEDICAL
• Health and safety education PO BOX 747, St Germain, WI HOURS: M-F 8am-8pm; Sat 8am- CENTER
(babysitting, first aid, and CPR 54558 4pm; Sun 8am-2pm; closed 3805 Spring St.,
classes) (800) 860-3431 holidays Racine, WI 53405
• Disaster relief services FAX: (715) 542-4500 SERVICES: (262) 687-2222
• Classes offered- call (800) 733- EMAIL: • Provides treatment for minor WEB: healthcare.ascension.org
2767 or register online [email protected] injuries/illnesses when a primary HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
www.redcross.org WEB:www.angelonmyshoulder.org doctor isn't available SERVICES:
• For information on volunteer HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm • Family Medicine
opportunities: www.redcross.org, SERVICES: 20. ASCENSION- CANCER CARE
click on volunteer • Weekend camps for children and 3809 Spring St., 25. ASCENSION MEDICAL
teens who have lost a loved one Racine, WI 53405 GROUP
14. AMERICAN TELEPSYCHIATRY with cancer or have lost someone (262) 687-5000 4328 Old Green Bay Rd
American Telepsychiatry to cancer WEB: healthcare.ascension.org Mount Pleasant, WI 53403
American Telepsychiatry Kenosha • Disease/disability information HOURS: M-F 7am-5:30pm (262) 687-7606
3410 80th St., • Support groups for consumers SERVICES: WEB: healthcare.ascension.org
Kenosha, WI 53142 and caregivers • Outpatient care HOURS: M-Th 7am-6:30pm; F
(414) 376-6053 • Programs offered that address • Treatments and therapies 7am-5pm; 1st and 3rd Sat 8am-
(800) 476-9340 (for both offices) needs of caregivers and survivors • Patient support services noon
American Telepsychiatry Racine • Genetic testing and counseling SERVICES:
1648 Washington Ave. 17. ARBOR GREEN APTS • Public reporting of outcomes • Adult Internal Medicine
Racine, WI 53403 6001 55th St., • Support groups • Family Medicine
(414) 269-5252 Kenosha, WI • Cancer screening and prevention • Gynecology/Infertility
SERVICES: 53144 • Clinical trials and research • Pediatrics
• Provides Psychiatric Evaluations (262) 843-2070 • Orthopedics
via video conference HOURS: Tu-Th 8am-4:30pm 21. ASCENSION- • Cardiology
• Prescriptions sent directly to SERVICES: CARDIOVASCULAR INSTITUTE • Physical Therapy, X-ray, lab
your pharmacy • Accepts Section 8 housing 3803 Spring St.,
• Medication management, vouchers Racine, WI 53405 26. ASCENSION MEDICAL
Psychotherapy • Subsidized rentals for families- (262) 687-8260 GROUP - UNION GROVE
• Accepts Medicaid 39 two-bedroom units, 8 three- WEB: healthcare.ascension.org 1120 Main St.,
bedroom town homes, and 1 HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm Union Grove, WI 53182
15. AMRI COUNSELING three-bedroom handicapped SERVICES: (262) 763-8183
6321 23rd Ave., accessible unit • Diagnostic and screening WEB: healthcare.ascension.org
Kenosha, WI 53143 services HOURS: M-Th 8:30am-7pm; F
(262) 671-1625 18. ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION • Heart and vascular services 8:30am-4:30pm
FAX: (866) 719-3024 10427 W Lincoln Ave Ste 1400, • Cardiac rehabilitation SERVICES:
EMAIL: West Allis, WI 53227 • Counseling - mental health,
[email protected] (608)440-8768 • (800) 333-1380 22. ASCENSION HEALTH AND alcohol and drug abuse
om FAX: (414) 321-0365 ADDICTION SERVICES
WEB: www.amricounseling.com EMAIL: [email protected] 3805 B Spring St Ste 20 Lower 27. ASCENSION REHABILITATION
HOURS: M-F 8am-8pm, weekend WEB: www.arthritis.org Level, Racine, WI 53405 SERVICES
appts available HOURS: M-Th 8am-5pm, F 8am- (262) 687-2222 3811 Spring St.,
SERVICES: 4pm WEB: healthcare.ascension.org Racine, WI 53405
• Mental health counseling SERVICES: HOURS: PHONES M-F 8am-8pm, (262) 687-5300
• Alcohol & drug counseling • Provides information on arthritis APPTS: M-F 8am-6pm WEB: healthcare.ascension.org
• Faith based counseling and other related disorders SERVICES: SERVICES:
• Marriage & family therapy • Offers living well self-help • Family and marriage counseling • Orthopedics and plastic surgery
• Anger management program and exercise aquatic • Alcohol and other drug abuse • Outpatient rehabilitation services
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy program counseling
• Family support services • Information and referrals to 28. ASCENT COUNSELING
• Accepts T19, most insurances, provide advocacy 23. ASCENSION HEALTHCARE SERVICES
and EMERGENCY CARE 320 Grand Ave
3801 Spring St., Waukegan, IL 60085
Racine, WI 53405 (Located in the First
(262) 687-8150 Congregational Church of Christ)
WEB: healthcare.ascension.org (224) 730-2725
HOURS: M-F 8AM-8PM, Sat. WEB:
8AM-4PM, Sun. 8AM-2PM ascentcounselingservices.com
Emergency services 24hrs/day SERVICES:
SERVICES: • Mental Health Counseling for
• Emergency medical care children (7-21) and for adults
• Hospital • Spanish speaking therapist
• Switchboard service for available
Ascension Healthcare system
• Community health and education 29. ASSISI HOMES OF KENOSHA
• Audiology, gastroenterology, 1860 27th Ave.
dermatology, otolaryngology, Kenosha, WI 53140

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Laboratory and Radiology FAX: (262) 942-0981
• Provides Neurology, WEB: www.azuramemory.com
Pulmonology, Rheumatology HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm
services SERVICES:
• Long-term residential facility for
Indian Trial High School and Academy student Curtiss Tolefree III reads a story with Brass 35. AURORA MEDICAL CENTER- seniors providing Alzheimer's and
Community School students during an annual weekend charity event organized by Carey Norris, also HOSPITAL dementia care
10400 75th St, • Social activities and exercise
known as DJ Mr. 262, as part of KUSD's African American Youth Initiative (AAYI). Kenosha, WI 53142 programs
(262) 948-5600 • Accepts Family Care, Long-term
(262) 551-9821 (262) 948-4870 (current patients) FAX: (262) 942-5828 care, and private pay
EMAIL: HOURS: M-Th 8am-7pm, F 8am- WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org
[email protected] 4pm HOURS: 24 hrs/day 39. BETHANY LUTHERAN
CONTACT PERSON: WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org SERVICES: 2100 75th St.,
Darline Wozniak, Property SERVICES: • Offers emergency medical care, Kenosha, WI 53143
Manager • Mental health counseling OB-GYN, outpatient/inpatient (262) 652-3574
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • Psychiatric services offered for surgery, pharmacy, and wellness HOURS: M-F 7:30am-3:30pm
SERVICES: ages 3+ programs SERVICES:
• Provides senior apartments for • Counseling -Individuals (adults), • Offers Alcoholics Anonymous
ages 62 + family, and children age 3-17 36. AURORA VISION CENTER meetings Wed at 6pm
• Section 8 housing vouchers • Group therapy 6815 118th Ave., • Nar-anon meetings for those
accepted • Accepts Medicaid HMOs and Kenosha, WI 53142 affected by someone else's
• Subsidized rental and low Medicare (262) 857-5665 Vision Clinic addiction
income housing • Requires a referral from an (262) 857-5665 Optical Shop • Religious services Sat 5:30pm,
• Resident Services Coordinator Aurora primary doctor FAX: (262) 857-1171 Sun 8am & 10:30am
available to residents as needed WEB: https://my.aurora
33. AURORA CANCER CARE healthcare.org 40. BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU
30. AURORA AT HOME 6811 118th Ave. HOURS: Vision Clinic: 10019 W Greenfield Ave.,
103 N Dodge St., Kenosha, WI 53142 M-F 7am-5pm Milwaukee, WI 53214
Burlington, WI 53105 (262) 857-5750 Optical Shop: M/W 8am-6pm; (414) 847-6000
(262) 757-2575 • (800) 558-0755 FAX: (262) 857-1142 Tu/Th/ Fri 8am-5pm FAX: (414) 302-0355
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm HOURS: M-F 7:30am-5pm SERVICES: EMAIL: [email protected]
WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org WEB: www.aurora.org • Provides comprehensive WEB: www.bbb.org
SERVICES: SERVICES: ophthalmology and optometry OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
• Skilled nursing & home health • Hematology and oncology services, including general eye PHONE HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm
care • Outpatient services exams for adults and children SERVICES:
• Medical equipment and supplies • Support groups • Offers a large selection of • Consumer complaints and
• Rehabilitation therapy, IV & eyewear compliments are recorded
respiratory therapy 34. AURORA MEDICAL CENTER- • Provides reliability reports on
• Patient education CLINICS 37. AUTISM SOCIETY OF businesses
10400 75th St., SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN • Offers mediation and arbitration
31. AURORA AT HOME Kenosha, WI 53142 3720 N 124th St Ste O
(HOSPICE) (262) 948-7000 Wauwatosa, WI 53222 41. BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS
116 N Dodge St. Ste 8 FAX: (262) 948-7322 (414) 988-1260 OF RACINE AND KENOSHA
Burlington, WI 53105 CONTACT PERSON: (Complaints FAX: (888) 280-1844 COUNTIES, INC.
(262) 757-2575 • (800) 558-0755 and Compliments): EMAIL: [email protected] 3131 Taylor Ave Bldg 4, Box 7
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm Kim Mitchell at 262-948-6902 WEB: www.assew.org Racine, WI 53405
WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org WEB: www.aurorahealthcare.org HOURS: M-Th 9am-3pm, F by (262) 637-7625
SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm (varies by appt FAX: (262) 635-2431
• Hospice and Pallative care, provider) SERVICES: WEB: www.BeABigNow.org
skilled nursing, home health care Walk-in-Clinic (262) 948-7000 • Information and referral HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm
• Patient education, chaplain HOURS: M-F 7am-10pm, Sat-Sun • Public awareness/education on SERVICES:
services 8am-4pm, Holidays 8am-3pm autism spectrum disorders • Provides adult/child mentoring
• Medical equipment and supplies SERVICES: (brochures and educational programs for children ages 6-18
• Grief support groups- contact • Provides health care such as seminars) • Adults mentor children to
Harry walk-in clinic, family practice, and • Offers support groups for become good citizens
• Offers IV pharmacy life-line internal medicine parents and families • Extensive interview process to
• Specialty departments include • Parental education be matched with a child
32. AURORA BEHAVIORAL Pediatrics, OB-Gyn, Occupational • Adults on the Spectrum support • The pair spend a minimum of
HEALTH SERVICES Health, Plastic Surgery, group three to five hours a month
12225 71st St., Cardiology, Orthopedics, • One week children’s camp called together. Referrals come from
Kenosha, WI 53142 Ophthalmology, Urology, I Can Shine school, organizations, or families
(877) 666-7223 (new patients) • Provides in-school mentoring
38. AZURA ASSISTED LIVING
PIERHEAD 42. BIRDS OF A FEATHER
600 52nd Ave AGENCY
Kenosha, WI 53144 6530 Sheridan Rd Ste 2
(262) 654-5162 Kenosha, WI 53143
FAX: (262) 654-5162 (262) 605-8442
SOUTHPORT: WEB: Birdsofafeatheragency.org
7135 Green Bay Rd HOURS: Call for more information
Kenosha, WI 53142 SERVICES:
(262) 925-0364
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• Urine/drug screen analysis Hope Council volunteers Hot Cider Hustle fundraiser.
• AODA Day treatment service
Aftercare/treatment planning mental health conditions and HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm WEB: www.datcp.wisconsin.gov
• Family counseling and AODA SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm
psychotherapy • Peer support groups throughout • Information and referral to SERVICES:
• Intervention the week resources for people with cerebral • Consumer advocacy &
• Gang prevention • Provides information on mental palsy and developmental protection- investigates unfair and
• Group & individual counseling health and related disorders disabilities deceptive business practices
• Education groups for re- • Social/recreational programs and • Respite care and camps for • Education on combating &
entry/recovery advocacy people with mobility impairments avoiding identity theft
• Anger management groups • Offers coffee in the morning, • Newsletter of special events • Offer recovery services to
lunch at 1pm for members only victims with aid of Identity Theft
43. BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF • Offers mental health groups for 48. BROOKDALE KENOSHA Assistance Team
KENOSHA, INC- CYC SPORTS women and men, ages 18+ 10108 74th St., • Enforce environmental regulation
1330 52nd St Kenosha, WI 53142 related to consumer products
Kenosha, WI 53140 46. BRIGHTSTAR HEALTHCARE (262) 694-6101
(262) 654-6200 5220 Washington Ave Ste 102, HOURS: 24hrs/day 51. CALVARY CONGREGATIONAL
FAX: (262) 654-0323 Racine, WI 53406 EMAIL: [email protected] CHURCH
WEB: www.bgckenosha.org (262) 637-7767 WEB: www.brookdale.com 1511 Wilmot Ave.,
EMAIL: [email protected] HOURS: Live client support SERVICES: Twin Lakes, WI 53181
OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm available 24/7 • Assisted living facility for people (262) 877-3133
(Office hours are subject to EMAIL: who have Alzheimer’s and/or SERVICES:
change depending on the season) [email protected] dementia • Alcoholics Anonymous Sun at
BUILDING HOURS: WEB: www.BrightStarcare.com • Life enrichment skills taught 8pm and Th at 6pm
School Year 7am-8pm SERVICES: • Activities and outings for • Sprouts play group on Mon
Summer 7am-6pm • Caregivers: qualified residents mornings 9am-10:30am
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM: professional medical and non- • Senior Citizens social groups on
Ages 6-12 medical caregivers providing 49. BROOKSIDE CARE CENTER first and third Mon at 11am
M-Th 3pm-7pm, F 12pm-5pm companionship, CNA personal 3506 Washington Rd • Pathways Learning Group for
Ages 13-18 M-Th 3:30pm-8pm, F care, bathing, nursing, blood Kenosha, WI 53144 developmentally disabled M-F
2:30pm-6:30pm draws, injections, live-in (262) 653-3800 9am
SERVICES: assistance, medication set-up, and OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
• After school programs for ages reminders WEB: www.kenoshacounty.org 52. CAMELOT APTS
6-18 • Support Services: shopping and SERVICES: 1468 16th Ave.,
• Gang prevention programs are transportation, laundry, light • Skilled nursing facility providing Kenosha, WI 53140
part of the after school programs house-keeping, and meal short term rehabilitation and long- (262) 551-9660
• Youth Employment preparation term care FAX: (262) 551-9761
• Recreational activities/registering HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm
for sports teams 47. BROADSCOPE DISABILITY 50. BUREAU OF CONSUMER SERVICES:
SERVICES PROTECTION • Accepts Section 8 housing
44. BRAIN INJURY ALLIANCE OF 6102 Layton Ave., 2811 Agricultural Drive, vouchers
WISCONSIN Greenfield, WI 53220 Madison, WI, 53708
6409 Odana Rd Suite 1H (414) 329-4500 (800) 422-7128 53. CAPTAIN JAMES A. LOVELL
Madison, WI 53719 FAX: (414) 329-4510 FAX: (608) 224-4677 FEDERAL HEALTH CARE CENTER
Main Phone: (262) 790-9660 EMAIL: [email protected] EMAIL: 3001 Green Bay Rd.,
Cell Phone: (608) 206-6426 WEB: www.broadscope.org [email protected] Mail Code 116A
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEB: www.biaw.org continued
HOURS: M-Th 9am-3pm
SERVICES:
• Disease/disability Information on
brain injuries and other related
disorders
• Information and referral
• Public awareness/education
provided for family and friends.
Conferences are held throughout
Wisconsin
• Support groups
• Rehabilitation facility (in
Milwaukee)

45. BRIDGES COMMUNITY
CENTER
5718 7th Ave P.O. Box 157
Kenosha, WI 53140
(262) 657-5252
WEB:
bridgescommunitycenter.org
HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm, Sat
9am-1pm
SERVICES:
• Drop in center for people with

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Guida Brown, Executive Director of Hope Coucil on AODA at the YMCA Health Fair Complex (RCAC)
• Affordable 1 & 2 bedroom
North Chicago, IL 60064 Th 10am-1pm; F closed education and has academic apartments for seniors age 62 +
SERVICES: SERVICES: counseling for students • Offers assisted living services-
• Residential Treatment Programs • All free services • Recreational Program for chef-prepared meals, RN on staff
(For Veteran's that qualify for VA • Pregnancy tests families with young children- • Accepts Family Care residents
Health Care/ active duty/not • Adoption referrals donations accepted\ • Small pets allowed
reserve) • Limited obstetrical ultrasound
• PTSD Residential Treatment • Classes are offered in parenting, 57. CATHOLIC CHARITIES 59. CHILD CARE INFORMATION
Program (PTSD –RRTP)-must post abortion recovery, and 800 Wisconsin Ave., CENTER
have seen active combat, 26 beds, abstinence training Racine, WI 53403 2109 S Stoughton Rd.,
and approximately 42 days of • Life skills enhancement and (262) 637-8888 Madison, WI 53716
treatment. Contact Benita Perez material assistance for parents FAX: (262) 637-0695 (608) 224-5388 • (800) 362-7353
(224)610-3312 while pregnant to child's 2nd WEB: www.ccmke.org FAX: (608) 224-6178
• Care for Homeless Veterans birthday KENOSHA EMAIL: [email protected]
(DCHV)-60 beds, approximately 2224 45th Street WEB: www.ccic.wi.gov
9months + support. Contact Karin 55. CAREERS INDUSTRIES, INC. Kenosha, WI 53140 HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
Bloom (224)610-1088 4811 Washington Ave., (262)658-2088 SERVICES:
• Substance Abuse Residential Racine, WI 53406 EMAIL: [email protected] • Provides information on
Rehabilitation Treatment Program (262) 752-4100 HOURS: Racine M-F 8:30am-5pm; childcare providers throughout
(SARRTP) - 39 beds, FAX: (262) 752-4106 Kenosha Wed by appt, call first Wisconsin
approximately 35 days of HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm SERVICES: • Information booklets or
treatment. Contact Terri Smith EMAIL: • Provides adoption information newsletters available on parenting
(224)610-5724 [email protected] and referrals issues and childcare providers
• Compensated Work Therapy- WEB:www.careersindustries.com • Counseling for children, families, • Provides resources for dilemmas
Transitional Residence (CWT-TR) - SERVICES: couples, individuals within the workforce or with
Community based, 4 staffed • Works with people with • Bilingual counselors available in childcare providers
residential homes with 18 developmental disabilities or Racine • Referrals to other programs
beds for homeless veterans who similar disabilities to help achieve • Sliding fee scale for the
are working. They pay a fee to goals uninsured 60. CHILDREN & ADULTS WITH
partake in program. Contact Julie • Day programs include the art • Crisis pregnancy counseling ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDERS
Tevenan (224)610-5959 program OF SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN
• Provides vocational training 58. CELEBRE PLACE ASSISTED (CHADD)
54. CARE NET FAMILY • Community employment LIVING PO Box 1477,
RESOURCE CENTER 1870 27th Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53201-1477
6105 22nd Ave., 56. CARTHAGE COLLEGE Kenosha, WI 53140 (414)299-9442
Kenosha, WI 53143 2001 Alford Park Dr., (262) 652-0200 National Phone: (800) 233-4050
(262) 658-2555 Kenosha, WI 53140 OFFICE HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm Madison Phone: (608) 620-4784
(800) 712-4357 (262) 551-8500 EMAIL: WEB: www.chadd.net/150
WEB: WEB: www.carthage.edu [email protected] EMAIL: [email protected]
www.carenetfamilyresources.org EMAIL: [email protected] com HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm
HOURS: M-Thurs. 9am-2pm HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm WEB: www.celebreplace.com SERVICES:
CLIENT HOURS: SERVICES: SERVICES: • Disease/disability information on
M/W 10am-3pm; Tu 4pm-7pm; • Provides post-secondary • Residential Care Apartment Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity
Disorder
Page 10 INFORMATION Please 2020 • Mutual support groups that meet
once a month
• ADHD Parent Support Group
• Summer camps for children
• Discount coupons for
medications

61. CHILDREN'S BEHAVIORAL
HEALTH SERVICES, LLP
4039 80th St, Suite A
Kenosha, WI 53142
(262) 657-5026
OFFICE HOURS: M-Th 9am-6pm;
F 9am-3pm
SERVICES:
• Mental Health counseling for
children and adults
• Individual and Family
Counseling
• Autism Services:
ABA Therapy, In-home services,
and weekend scheduling

62. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF
WISCONSIN COMMUNITY
SERVICES
8207 22nd Ave Ste 155,

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Safe Harbor Humane Society is the only open admissions animal shelter in Kenosha County. SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53140
Thier mission is to provide exceptional care for the animals in the community, • Fire protection for the city (262) 656-7500
while finding them loving homes through adoption and education. FAX: (262) 656-7515
68. CITY OF KENOSHA - HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
Kenosha, WI 53143 65. CHRONIC PAIN SUPPORT HOUSING AUTHORITY SERVICES:
New Clients/Intake: (414) 266- GROUP 625 52nd St Rm 98., • Provides long-term care
3339 Aurora Health Center Kenosha, WI 53140 • Skilled nursing care and short-
Existing Clients: (262) 652-5522 8400 Washington Ave (262) 653-4120 term rehabilitation
FAX: (262) 652-7228 Racine, WI 53406 FAX: (262) 653-4114
HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm, Community Conference Room- WEB: 74. CLEAN SLATE
evening by appointment East., RSVP @ (262) 321-3069, Kenosha.org/departments/housing 7201 Green Bay Rd.,
WEB: option 4 HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm Kenosha, WI 53140
www.chw.org/communityservices WEB: aurora.org SERVICES: (262) 842-0149
SERVICES: HOURS: Every 3rd Tuesday, 3pm- • Provides housing information HOURS: M/T/W/F 9am-5pm; Th
• Child and family counseling 4pm • HUD counseling agencies 9am-8pm
services SERVICES: • Rental assistance programs SERVICES:
• Provide services for supervised • Free support group for adults • Section 8 vouchers, list opens • Addiction medication-assisted
visitation living with chronic pain once/year to apply for low income treatment programs
• Experience with ADHD, foster • Informal and relaxed setting housing • Suboxone or Vivitrol
care and adoption, school • Discussions, information from • Rehabilitation for addictions with
problems, depression and anxiety, medical professionals, practical 69. CITY OF KENOSHA - opioids or alcohol
and family problems tools to manage chronic pain NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH • Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and
• Project Home- staff works with • Open to the public PROGRAM Commercial Insurances
families to get their children back 1000 55th St.,
• Accepts Medicaid and private 66. CITY OF KENOSHA - Kenosha, WI 53140 75. COMMUNITY ACTION
insurance DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY (262) 605-5238 AGENCY-WIC OFFICE
• Sliding fee scale DEVELOPMENT & INSPECTIONS HOURS: M-F 7am-3pm 2000 63rd St.,
625 52nd St Rm 100 & 308, WEB: www.kenoshapolice.com Kenosha, WI 53143
63. CHOICES OF LIFE Kenosha, WI 53140 SERVICES: Kenosha Office: (262) 657-0840
PREGNANCY HELP CENTER (262) 653-4263 • Crime prevention FAX: (262) 657-1631
6700 30th Ave., FAX: (262) 653-4254 • Workshops available WEB: rkcag.org
Kenosha, WI 53142 WEB: www.kenosha.org SERVICES:
(Inside St. Luke's Church School) Permits & Inspections 70. CITY OF KENOSHA - POLICE • WIC Program (Women, Infants,
24 hr Hotline: (262) 898-7043 Room 100 DEPARTMENT Children)
HOURS: Wed & Th 10am-3:00pm (262)653-4263 1000 55th St., • Senior veggie voucher program
or by appointment Planning & Development Kenosha, WI 53140 • Skills enhancement
SERVICES: Room 308 (262) 605-5200 • Weatherization
• All services are free, and offered (262)653-4030 HOURS: 24hrs/day • Kenosha County Health
to pregnant moms and new moms HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm WEB: www.kenoshapolice.com Department Wellness Center
• Pregnancy tests SERVICES: SERVICES: • Fatherhood Program
• Pregnancy Counseling-Getting • Provides building inspections • Law enforcement and municipal
through pregnancy related issues and permits police 76. COMMUNITY LIBRARY
with both parents • Takes property maintenance 24615 89th St.,
• Adoption Resources complaints and provides 71. CITY OF KENOSHA - Salem, WI 53168
• Free Baby items information on zoning TRANSPORTATION DEPT (262) 843-3348
4303 39th Ave., FAX: (262) 843-3144
64. CHRIST THE KING CHURCH 67. CITY OF KENOSHA - FIRE Kenosha, WI 53144 HOURS: M-Th 9am-8pm, F/Sat
5934 8th Ave., DEPARTMENT (262) 653-4287 • (262) 653-4290 9am-4pm
Kenosha, WI 53140 625 52nd St., WEB: www.kenosha.org TWIN LAKES:
(262) 654-0457 Kenosha, WI 53140 EMAIL: [email protected] 110 S. Lake Avenue
SERVICES: (262) 653-4100 HOURS: M-F 5am-8:30pm, Sat Twin Lakes, WI 53181
• Provides homeless breakfast OFFICE: 8am-5pm, Sun Closed (262) 877-4281
Sundays at 7:30am 4810 60th St., SERVICES: FAX: (262) 877-2682
• Religious services starts Kenosha, WI 53144 • Bus services and passes (regular Twin Lakes: M-Th 10am-8pm,
Sundays at 10am FAX: (262) 653-4107 and discounted) available F/Sat 10am-4pm
• Soup Kitchen Tues 5pm-6pm WEB: www.kenosha.org • Provides transportation for SERVICES:
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm people with disabilities • Public library services
• Local rail services • Reference/information
• Educational/Recreational
72. CITY OF KENOSHA - WATER programs for all ages
UTILITY
4401 Green Bay Rd., 77. COMPASSWISCONSIN:
Kenosha, WI 53144 THRESHOLD
(262) 653-4300 1139 S Sunnyslope Dr Ste 101
FAX: (262)653-4320 Mt Pleasant, WI 53406
WEB: www.kenosha.org (866) 710-4054
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm WEB: www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/kbp
SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm
• Provides services to the city for SERVICES:
sewer maintenance & water • Financial aid programs for
pollution control children who have long-term
developmental disabilities, severe
73. CLAIRIDGE HOUSE
1519 60th St., continued

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emotional disturbances, SERVICES: EMAIL:
or physical • Discrimination and [email protected]
disabilities/chronic wage complaints WEB: dhs.wisconsin.gov
medical conditions • Provides information HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm
• Katie Beckett Program- and education on SERVICES:
Provides medicaid health employee’s rights • State agency providing
care coverage for children • Information provided information on drug abuse and
with long-term disabilities on harassment in the mental health services
workplace, family and
78. CRIME STOPPERS medical leave act, and 87. DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL
1000 55th St., work permits REHABILITATION
Kenosha, WI 53140 8600 Sheridan Rd.,
or 84. DINOSAUR Kenosha, WI 53143
P.O. Box 465, DISCOVERY MUSEUM (262) 697-4690
Kenosha, WI 53141-0465 5608 Tenth Ave., FAX: (262) 697-4687
(262) 656-7333 • (800) Kenosha, WI 53140 HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm
807-8477 (262) 653-4450 SERVICES:
FAX: (262) 653-6909 FAX: (262) 653-4437 • Assist with employment
WEB: WEB: opportunities for people with
disabilities
Kids in Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency’s Teaching Kitchen • Provides vocational training and
assessments
www.kenoshacrimestoppers.com 81. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL https://museums.kenosha.org/din • Assists with job
SERVICES: RESOURCES osaur search/placement
• Serving all of Kenosha County 9531 Rayne Rd Ste 4, HOURS: Tu-Sun 12-5pm, closed
• Stop Crime! Sturtevant, WI 53177 holidays 88. DIVISION OF WORKFORCE
• Rewards up to $1000 (262) 884-2300 SERVICES: DEVELOPMENT
• Call 24/7, all calls anonymous FAX: 262-884-2306 • Learn all about dinosaurs-how 8600 Sheridan Rd #122,
WEB: www.dnr.wi.gov they lived, what they ate, what Kenosha, WI 53143
79. CROHN'S & COLITIS HOURS: M-F 11am-2pm they looked like. (262) 697-4500 • (888) 794-5820
FOUNDATION OF AMERICA SERVICES: Discover the link between HOURS: 8am-4pm
WISCONSIN CHAPTER • Hunting and fishing licenses, dinosaurs and modern-day birds BRISTOL:
17100 W. Bluemound Rd. Suite permits, and recreational vehicle • See life-size dinosaurs replicas- 19600 75th Street Suite 165-4
101, Brookfield, WI 53005 registration from Tyrannosaurus Rex to Harpy Bristol, WI 53104
(414) 475-5520 • Educational workshops Eagle SERVICES:
(888) 694-8872 • Information provided on state • Visit a real working paleontology • Can apply for medical benefits
FAX: (414) 475-5502 parks and recreation lab. See the results of their most such as Badgercare and provides
EMAIL: • Programs for people who are recent excavation advocacy
[email protected] disabled • Provides information on child
n.org • Social/recreational programs and 85. DISABILITY RIGHTS care
WEB:www.ccfa.org/chapters/wisc camps for children/teens WISCONSIN • Adult education classes,
onsin/ 6737 W Washington St Ste 3230 workshops, and employment
HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm 82. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS Milwaukee, WI 53214 training programs
SERVICES: AFFAIRS REGIONAL OFFICE: (414) 773-4646 • Apply for Foodshare benefits and
• Provides disease/disability 5400 W National Ave Bldg 6, (800) 928-8778 Persons with W-2
information, resources, and Milwaukee, WI 53214 disabilities • ResCare Workforce Services
referral (800) 827-1000 WEB: www.disabilityrightswi.org provides the FoodShare
• Camps for children/teens FAX: (414) 902-9412 HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm Employment and Training (FSET)
• Educational programs for WEB: www.va.gov SERVICES: Program
parents HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm • Independent organization • Offers assistance and support to
• Support groups and special SERVICES: dedicated to ensuring the rights of obtain competitive employment
events • Veteran advocacy for benefits WI citizens with disabilities • Provides training, case
• Veterans medical services and through individual advocacy and management, and education
80. DAYTON CARE CENTER psychiatric care systems change • Can help overcome barriers such
FACILITY • Family Care and IRIS as childcare, transportation,
521 59th St., 83. DEPARTMENT OF ombudsman interview clothing, and work
Kenosha, WI 53140 WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT - • Medicare Part D/Drug Benefit uniforms
(262) 657-6121 EQUAL RIGHTS DIVISION Helpline: (800) 926-4862 • Call (888) 794-5820 M-Th 8am-
FAX: (262) 657-6080 819 N 6th St #723, 4pm or F 12pm-4pm to apply for
WEB: daytoncarecenterinc.com Milwaukee, WI 53203 86. DIVISION OF CARE AND Foodshare/Insurance
OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm (414) 227-4384 TREATMENT SERVICES
SERVICES: FAX: (414) 227-4084 1 W Wilson St Rm 850, 89. DOWN SYNDROME
• Residential facilities for people EMAIL: [email protected] Madison, WI 53707 ASSOCIATION OF WISCONSIN,
with mental health diagnoses WEB: www.dwd.wisconsin.gov (608) 266-2717 INC
HOURS: 7:45am-4:30pm FAX: (608) 266-1533 11709 W. Cleveland Avenue Suite
2., West Allis, Wisconsin 53227
(414) 327-3729
FAX: (414) 327-1329
WEB: www.dsaw.org
EMAIL: [email protected]
HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm

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SERVICES: 9am-12pm (required registration). This group
• Parent Match program provides SERVICES: runs for 13 weeks. To register go
support for parents • Eyeglasses including to the web site or email Rev. Dr.
• Membership activities such as lenses for as low as $18 Susan Patterson-Sumwalt,
outings and holiday parties • Eye exams [email protected]
• Provides educational information • Contacts
for professionals 100. FLEMING PSYCHOLOGICAL
• Distributes information to new 95. FAMILIA DENTAL - SERVICES, SC
parents and hospitals on down GENERAL DENTISTRY 6121 Green Bay Rd Ste 230
syndrome and issues surrounding 6430 Green Bay Rd., Kenosha, WI 53142
down syndrome Kenosha, WI 53142 (262) 654-8366
(262) 653-3980 FAX: (262) 842-0444
90. EASTER SEALS SOUTHEAST HOURS: M-F 9 a.m.– HOURS: M-Th 8am-5pm, F 8am-
WISCONSIN 6p.m., Sat 9a.m.-4p.m. 4pm
2222 114th St., SERVICES: SERVICES:
West Allis, WI 53227 • Dental accepts Medicaid • Provides outpatient counseling
(414) 449-4444 at all our offices. services specializing in families
FAX: (414) 571-5568 and mental health
WEB: www.eastersealswise.com 96. FAMILY PSYCHIATRIC
HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm Guida Brown and Tiffany Miceli, Branch Manager of TruStone CARE 101. FOREST COURT
SERVICES: APARTMENTS AND TOWNHOMES
• Provides children’s services (608) 442-5555 1114 56th St., 1805 Birch Road (Office: Petretti
such as camps, respite, autism, Apartments) Kenosha, WI 53140
and education & advocacy WEB: www.epilepsywisconsin.org Kenosha, WI 53140 (262) 551-7255
• Assists families and adults with SERVICES:
developmental disabilities, autism, EMAIL: (262) 725-4426 • Family Subsidized Housing
and physical disabilities with
respite care and recreational [email protected] FAX: (262) 299-7136 102. FOREST TOWERS METRO
opportunities VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA
• Volunteer opportunities HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm Hours: M-Thurs 8am-6pm Apartments
• Education for families and 8218 14th Ave.,
professional agencies SERVICES: SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53143
• Intensive in-home autism Office
therapy • Seizure recognition and first aid • Family Pschiatric Care, 825 Pleasant St. Ste 101
• Provides services to veterans Waukesha, WI 53186
and their families training for school personnel and Psychiatric Evalucations, (262) 446-9144
• Corporate guardianship program HOURS: M-Th 8am-5pm, F 8am-
school-aged children, human Medication Management 1pm
91. ELCA OUTREACH CENTER SERVICES:
6218 26th Ave., service agencies, police, fire, • Ages 6+ • Subsidized housing: two-
Kenosha, WI 53143 bedroom, for people with
(262) 652-5545 EMTs, and area employers 97. FAMILY SERVICE OF RACINE, disabilities
FAX: (262) 997-1028 • Educational dinner meetings INC • Low income housing available
HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm with experts in the field of 420 7th St., for those who qualify
WEB: www.elcaoutreachcenter.org epilepsy presenting on topics of Racine, WI 53403 • Hud Housing
SERVICES: general intereSt., (262) 634-2391 • Ages 62+
• Adult classes to receive GED • Individual and family counseling FAX: (262) 634-5342
held Tu/Th 5:30pm-7:30pm. • Patient education and self- HOURS: M-Th 9am-8pm 103. FORMERS ANONYMOUS
Childcare provided during classes management guidance EMAIL: [email protected] 8017 Sheridan Rd
• Homeless/low income • Daily living skills training SERVICES: Kenosha, WI
programs- clothing closet, (seizure safety at home, work, or • Provides outpatient mental 53143
personal care items, computer school) health counseling (815) 403-7869
and internet access, job search • Emergency medication • Anger management classes on HOURS: T/TH 6-7:30 pm
assistance assistance M 5pm-6pm, cost is $25 WEB: FormersAnonymous.org
• Up to $10 medication • Summer camps for kids • Paternity educational workshops SERVICES:
assistance- 1stof the month (first • Annual adult weekend retreat as well as shared placement • Support groups for recovery and
come, first serve) • Siblings Day, a special day of workshops addiction
• Legal advice service structured activities for the
• Youth activities- Girls2Gether, brothers and sisters of children 98. FIRST CARE 104. FORWARD
Summer Camp with disabilities of any type TRANSPORTATIONS TRANSPORTATION
• School supply distribution and • Support groups, call for 6233 Bankers Rd., 8531 75th St.,
Christmas gift giveaway information and schedules Racine, WI 53403 Kenosha, WI 53143
• Las clases de Ingles segundo (414) 350-4364 (262) 925-8777 • (866) 327-1669
lenguage y las clase de GED podra 93. EVERY CHILD'S PLACE EMAIL: [email protected] EMAIL:
tomarlas en la Iglesia. 3220 30th Ave ., SERVICES: [email protected]
Kenosha, WI 53144 • Transportation for people with OFFICE HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm
92. EPILEPSY FOUNDATION (262) 564-3270 disabilities. Wheelchair and TRANSPORTATION HOURS: M-F
HEART OF WISCONSIN HOURS: M-F 6:30am-6:30pm stretcher service available 7am-7pm
205 N Main St Ste 106 EMAIL: [email protected] SERVICES:
Janesville, WI 53545 WEB: www.everychildsplace.org 99. FIRST UNITED METHODIST • Ambulatory transportation
(800) 693-2287 • (608) 755-1821 SERVICES: CHURCH • Accepts MTM
1302 Mendota St, Suite 100, • Specializes in providing day care 919 60th St. • Phones answered 24/7
Madison, WI 53714 services to children with Kenosha, WI 53140
disabilities 262-658-3213 continued
• Collaborates with KUSD and HOURS: Th 6:30pm -
outside therapy programs 7:30pm Rainbows for All Children INFORMATION Please 2020 Page 15
• Early age program Sunday religious services
WEB: WWW.firstumckenosha.com
94. FAIR OPTICAL, $18 SERVICES:
EYEGLASS PLACE • Rainbows for All Children is a
3701 Durand Ave., program designed to help kids
Racine, WI 53405 who have experienced loss in their
(262) 554-1121 lives, this is a support group for
HOURS: M-Thurs. 10am-9pm; Sat children ages 3-18 and is free


KHDS Community Support Program staff help people manage their medication. 8am-7pm, F 8am-12pm (262) 654-9143
SERVICES: EMAIL: Rev. Jonathan Barker,
105. FOUNDATION FOR RURAL 25480 W Cedarcrest Ln • Family practice care [email protected]
HOUSING Lake Villa, IL 60047 • Wellness programs and HOURS: Food Pantry T 4:30pm-
PO Box 314, Oregon, WI 53575 (877) 356-8205 /847-410-1453 psychiatric care available 6:30pm, Th & F Community Meal
(888) 400-5974 FAX: (847) 356-7391 • Dental practice and shower program start
FAX: (608) 238-2084 WEB: www.recovergateway.org • Pharmacy at 7am, Sun religious services
EMAIL: SERVICES: • Counseling services are provided SERVICES:
[email protected] • Alcohol and drug treatment • Medicaid, private insurance, and • Families can come in once a
WEB: wisconsinruralhousing.org including doctors, nurses, self-pay accepted and sliding Fee month for food. Must have an ID
SERVICES: psychiatrists, behavioral and Discount Program for everyone in the household
• Provides housing assistance addiction counseling receiving food.
funding in 69 counties in • Residential treatment for male 111. GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL OF • Religious Services
Wisconsin and female adults and adolescent KENOSHA COUNTY
• Support community based males 2303 37th St., 116. GRANDE PRAIRIE HEALTH
solutions to improve housing • Adult & Adolescent Outpatient Kenosha, WI 53140 & REHAB CENTER
conditions and promote stability program (262) 657-7102 • (800) 565-4475 10330 Prairie Ridge Blvd
• Primary goal is to prevent • 24-hour Helpline at 877-505- FAX: (262) 657-7104 Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
homelesness 4673 WEB: www.gswise.org (262) 612-2800
• Assures our one time payment SERVICE & RESOURCE CENTER FAX: (262) 612-2850
will make long term difference in 109. GATEWAY TECHNICAL HOURS: M-Th 9am-5pm, F 9am- HOURS: M-F 8am-8pm
achieving housing stability COLLEGE 1pm, 1st Sat of the month (Oct 1- SERVICES:
3520 30th Ave., May 7) 8:30am-12pm • Skilled nursing services
106. FROEDERT SOUTH - Kenosha, WI 53144 CUSTOMER CARE HOURS: M-F • Long term care
KENOSHA MEDICAL CENTER (262) 564-2200 9am-5pm • Rehabilitation services include
CAMPUS (800) 247-7122 SERVICES: occupational therapy, physical
6308 8th Ave., WEB: www.gtc.edu • Youth leadership development therapy, & speech therapy
Kenosha, WI 53143 STUDENT SERVICES HOURS: M- and team building activities
(262) 656-2011 Th 8am-7pm, F 8am-4pm 117. H.A.L.O. (HOMELESS
HOURS: 24/7 SERVICES: 112. GLENWOOD APARTMENTS ASSISTANCE LEADERSHIP
SERVICES: • Community college that provides 1920 27th Ave., ORGANIZATION)
• Emergency medical care and post-secondary education and Kenosha, WI 53140 2000 DeKoven Ave., Racine, WI
hospital adult education for GED/HSED (262) 945-7110 • (800) 280-1188 53403
• Women's health and birthing • Academic counseling is offered HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4pm (262) 633-3235
center as well as vocational education SERVICES: FAX: (262) 633-7374
• Gateway Radio Reading • Accepts Section 8 vouchers Hours: 8am-4:30pm
107. FROEDERT SOUTH - ST Service 262-564-3744 WGTD is • Senior apartments available for SERVICES:
CATHERINE'S MEDICAL CENTER part of WI Public Radio’s “NPR those ages 55+ • Homeless shelter (males,
CAMPUS News & Classical Music Network.” • Non smoking building females, and mothers with
9555 76th St., They broadcast digitally at 91.1 children)
Pleasant Prairie, WI FM -Free reading service for the 113. GOD'S KITCHEN OF • Daycare open to the public for
53158 daily newspaper. Free KENOSHA, INC. ages 3 wks - 12 yrs old
(262) 577-8000 public announcements that can be P.O. Box 351 • Owl Room (W2) only
CANCER CENTER: (262) 577- read in 20 seconds or less. Kenosha, WI, 53141
8206 262-997-7136 118. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
KIDNEY CENTER: (262) 577-8791 110. GERALD L. IGNACE INDIAN WEB: HOMEOWNERSHIP PROGRAM
HOURS: 24hrs/day HEALTH CENTER www.godskitchenofkenosha.com 6203 28th Ave.,
SERVICES: 930 W. mitchell St.., SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53143
• Emergency medical care & Milwaukee, WI 53204 • Nonprofit organization provides 262-925-0360
hospital (414) 383-9526 food twice a day, clothing and • Assists families in buying a
• X-ray and diagnostic imaging FAX: (414) 649-2711 developing a shelter site to help home
• Cancer care WEB: www.gliihc.net residents of 60th Street and 22nd • Must meet eligibility criteria,
HOURS: M/W 8am-5pm, T/Th Avenue to 63rd Street and 22nd perform at least 300 hours of
108. GATEWAY FOUNDATION Avenue. sweat equity, attend home
ownership workshops and
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SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN, closing costs
INC.
6100 75th St. 119. HARBORSIDE COMMONS
Kenosha, WI 53142 SENIOR APARTMENTS
(262) 948-8070 716 51st Pl.,
HOURS: M-Sat 9am-9pm, Sun Kenosha, WI 53140
10am-8pm (262) 925-0296
SERVICES: HOURS: 10am-4pm or by appt
• Thrift Store- clothing, furniture, SERVICES:
shoes, accessories, knickknacks, • Senior Independent Living
and small appliances for sale Facility
• Donations of the same accepted • Handicapped accessible
• Furniture must not be torn, • Pet friendly
ripped, or stained • All units include washer and
dryer
115. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH • Underground parking
2006 60th St.
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Hope Council Volunteers at the Hot Cider Hustle Wisconsin (262) 658-8166
• Complaints on the facilities and FAX: (262) 658-8210
120. HARBORSIDE THERAPY SERVICES OF KENOSHA staff recorded here WEB: www.hopecouncil.org
6123 Green Bay Road Suite 240, 9114 58th Pl #500 HOURS: M/W 8am-5pm, Tu/Th
Kenosha, WI 53142 Kenosha, WI 53144-7816 125. HOME HELPERS 8am-8pm, F 8am-3pm
(262) 564-5305 (866) 216-5708 158 W. Chestnut St., SERVICES:
FAX: (262) 564-5306 FAX: (866) 216-5707 Burlington, WI 53105 • Provides assessments for
WEB: www.harborsidetherapy.com EMAIL: (262) 757-0012 drinking/drug-impaired driver
EMAIL: [email protected] (262) 997-0711 programs
[email protected] WEB: heartlandhospice.com FAX: (262) 997-0705 • Information and referral to
HOURS: Call for appointment SERVICES: WEB: resources for addiction and
SERVICES: • Medication management www.homehelpershomecare.com/ alcoholism
• Individual counseling • Equipment and supplies kenosha • Alcohol and drug testing
• Mental Health counseling for • Palliative (comforting) HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm • Goes to schools to provide
children, adolescents, and adults treatments SERVICES: awareness for underage drinking
• Private mental health outpatient • Pain and symptom management • Services for all age groups, • I Am Special projects- support
clinic: • Psychosocial and spiritual including new moms, working for children of families with
Hours: M-Th 9am-6pm by support parents, recuperative care, substance abuse issues
appointment only • Bereavement services personal care services, and • Supervised visitation
• Patient and family education continual care • Loved Ones-support group for
121. HEAR WISCONSIN • Music/Massage/Wound Care • Services available include family and friends of people
10243 W National Ave., West companionship, light with substance use
Allis, WI 53227 123. HEAT FOR HEROES housekeeping, meal preparation,
(414) 604-7210 1225 South Park St. grocery shopping, transportation, 129. HOPELINE
FAX: (414) 604-7200 Madison, WI 53715 and laundry Text (741741)
VIDEO PHONE: (866) 954-9435 (800) 891-9276 • Assists with all actions of daily Hours: 24/7
WEB: www.hear.wi.org FAX: (608) 333-0813 life WEBSITE:
EMAIL: [email protected] WEB: heat4heroes.org • Medication reminders www.centerforsuicideawareness.c
HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm SERVICES: • Skills development om
SERVICES: • Veteran Services SERVICES:
• Works with TEPP to provide • Rental assistance, security 126. HOME INSTEAD SENIOR • Text in free service through the
assisted listening devices deposit assistance CARE state of Wisconsin
• Provides consultation to assist • Heat and electric assistance 2616 Lathrop Ave • Emotional support and
in arranging services for people or • first month rent upon approval Racine, WI 53405 resources
making referrals • Eviction assistance (262) 444-6718
• Birth to three program & early • Easy online request option (262) 598-0290 130. HORIZON BEHAVIORAL
intervention classes • Services the state of Wisconsin FAX: (262) 598-0559 HEALTH SOLUTIONS
• Speech, oral, & rehabilitation WEB: www.homeinstead.com/427 6127 Green Bay Rd Ste 100,
services 124. HOME HEALTH HOTLINE SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53142
• Sign language interpreters 1 W Wilson St Rm 950, • Senior home care services (262) 948-1000
available Madison, WI 53701 • Aging and alzheimers/dementia FAX: (262) 942-9374
• Audiological services provided (800) 642-6552 information EMAIL:
• Provides hearing aids and HOURS: 7:30am-4:15pm [email protected]
hearing evaluations SERVICES: 127. HOMESTEAD CREDIT alth.com
• Support groups • Information provided on all of Write to: MS 5-77, Wisconsin HOURS: M-F 9am-5:30pm
the health care and residential Department of Revenue SERVICES:
122. HEARTLAND HOSPICE service providers or facilities in PO Box 8949 • Adult and adolescent counseling
Madison WI 53708-8949 • Counseling offered for mood and
1 (800) 906-9887 panic disorders
EMAIL: • Couples counseling
[email protected] • Bilingual Asian/Indian
gov
SERVICES: 131 HOSPICE ALLIANCE, INC
10220 Prairie Ridge Blvd.,
• Tax credit available to low Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
income individuals paying rent. To (262) 652-4400 • (800)-830-8344
qualify for homestead credit for FAX: (262) 612-8422
2019 you must meet the following WEB: hospicealliance.org
requirements: Be a legal resident EMAIL:
of Wisconsin for all of 2019 [email protected]
(entire year), You are 18+ years OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
old on December 31, 2019, SERVICES:
have less than $24,680 in • Support groups for bereavement
household income for 2019 and socialization. Please call for
(single), and you meet additional times and location of meetings
conditions. • Pallative Care Services
• Accepts Medicaid
128. HOPE COUNCIL ON • Skilled nursing
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG • Offers compassionate end of life
ABUSE, INC care
5942 6th Ave.,
Kenosha, WI 53140 132. HOSPITALITY NURSING &

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United Way VITA Clients Hours: M/T/W/F 9am-5pm; TH • Voyage Day Program for young
12pm-8pm adults with disabilities
REHAB CENTER children, mental health, and SERVICES: • Pre-Employment Services
8633 32nd Ave., alcohol and substance abuse • Counselor for Indvidual, • Community Employment
Kenosha, WI 53142 • Accepts Medicaid and Medicare adult mental health or substance Services
(262) 694-8300 abuse issues • Day Service Program
FAX: (262) 694-3622 135. INTERNAL REVENUE • Elder and Disability Benefit
HOURS: 24hrs/day SERVICE 140. JOURNEY CHURCH Assistance
SERVICES: 211 W Wisconsin Ave, 10700 75th St., • Rec Night Program
• Skilled nursing facilities for Milwaukee, WI 53203 Kenosha, WI 53142 SPECIALIZED TRANSPORTATION
short- and long-term services (414) 231-2100 (262) 694-3300 SERVICES:
• Inpatient and outpatient (800) 829-1040 WEB:www.jrnychurch.com • Care-A-Van paratransit for
rehabilitation therapy services: WEB: www.irs.gov WORSHIP SERVICES: people with disabilities and elders
occupational, physical, and HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm Sat 6pm; Sun 9am and 11am • Western Kenosha County Transit
speech SERVICES: WINTER HOURS: 8am-4:30pm Services
• Respite care • Federal tax collection agencies SUMMER HOURS: 8:30am-4pm • Specialized Charter Services
• Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and tax preparation SERVICES: • Employment Transportation
private insurance, and private pay • Divorce care support group for Assistance
136. INTERSTATE BLOOD AND individuals who are separated or • KAC Route Service for KAC
133. HOUSING & URBAN PLASMA divorced program participants
DEVELOPMENT (HUD)- 2053 22nd Ave., • Freedom Seekers program-
MILWAUKEE FIELD OFFICE Kenosha, WI 53140 twelve-step program for addiction 143. KENOSHA ALANO CLUB
310 W Wisconsin Ave Ste 950W, (262) 551-0479 • Financial Peace- credit 630 56th St.,
Milwaukee, WI 53203 HOURS: M-Th 7am-6pm, F/Sa counseling/financial management Kenosha, WI 53140
(800) 765-9372 Housing 7am-4pm class. Requires the purchase of a (262) 654-8246
Discrimination Hotline SERVICES: kit for $100. HOURS: Open daily, call for times
(414) 297-3214 • Blood banks and plasma • Religious services SERVICES:
FAX: (414) 297-3947 donation • Grief Share support group • Al-anon, Ala-teen, Alcoholics
WEB: www.hud.gov • Monthly mobile food pantry, Anonymous, and twelve-step
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm 137. J & B MEDICAL SUPPLY second Saturday of each month, support groups
SERVICES: 50496 West Pontiac Trail, and is open to the public and free.
• Disaster health & safety tips as Wixom, MI 48393 First come, first served, while 144. KENOSHA AREA FAMILY &
well as disaster relief services (800) 737-0045 supplies last. Please use the youth AGING SERVICES INC (KAFASI)
• Health & environmental FAX: (800) 737-0012 entrance and park in the main 7730 Sheridan Rd.,
advisories/programs HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm ESt., front parking lot. Doors open at Kenosha, WI 53143
• Provides information on housing WEB: www.jandbmedical.com 5:30pm. (262) 658-3508
(foreclosure, buying a house, loan SERVICES: (262) 658-0237 Meals on Wheels
information) • Offers home medical supplies at 141. KEMPER CENTER WEB: www.kafasi.org
• Homeless assistance and low competitive prices 6501 3rd Ave., HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
income housing information • Includes diabetic supplies Kenosha, WI 53143 AGING SERVICES:
provided • Medicaid Incontinence Supplies (262) 657-6005 • Meals on Wheels
WEB: www.kempercenter.com • Senior dining program- age 60+,
134. INTERCONNECTIONS 138. JOANNE APARTMENTS EMAIL: [email protected] donations not required, call for
FAMILY AND PERSONAL 8828 41st Ave., HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm site and to make reservation
THERAPY Kenosha, WI 53142 SERVICES: • Friendly visitor
920 60th St., (262) 694-7136 • Convention facility, information • Daybreak program for people
Kenosha, WI 53140 SERVICES: center, and historic museum with mild memory disorders M-F
(262) 654-5333 • Subsidized and section 8 • Reception & ceremony location 10am-4pm
FAX: (262) 654-7818 housing for seniors and disabled • Art Center • Information and assistance
HOURS: M-Th 8am-3pm, F 9am- • One bedroom only (262) 605-6646
3pm, Sat 8am-3pm 142. KENOSHA ACHIEVEMENT • Retired and senior volunteer
SERVICES: 139. JOHN HAWLEY CENTER program
• Provides counseling for families, 6501 3rd Ave. Ste. 1, KAC – Kenosha Achievement • Provides transportation for
Kenosha, WI 53413 Center medical appointments for elderly
Phone: (262) 384-3590 1218 79th St., and disabled
Kenosha, WI 53143 • Voucher transportation
(262) 658-9500 FAMILY SERVICES:
FAX: (262) 764-0751 • Parent education
EMAIL: [email protected] • Family support and case
WEB: www.theKAC.com management services
HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4:30pm • Family preservation program
CHILDREN SERVICES: • Teen parent support program
• Early Intervention Birth to 3 for
infants & toddlers with 145. KENOSHA BIBLE CHURCH
developmental delay 5405 67th St.,
• Early Head Start for infants and Kenosha, WI 53142
toddlers, birth to 3 (262) 652-4507
• SPROUTS Playgroups for WEB: www.kenoshabible.org
children birth to 5 SERVICES:
ADULT SERVICES:
• Summer Employment continued
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HMOs sliding fee scale. Kenosha, WI 53140
• Accepts uninsured • Walk-in preventative health (262) 605-5100
individuals, uses sliding clinic- immunizations and health WEB: www.kenoshasheriff.com
fee scale screening M-F 7am-6pm HOURS: 24hrs/day
• Bilingual services • Dental varnishing available to SERVICES:
available help prevent tooth decay in • Law enforcement agency
• Pediatrician available children
• DNA testing- must have court or 155. KENOSHA ESTATES LIVING
148. KENOSHA COUNTY child support order & CARE CENTER
• Parent talk luncheon- parents 1703 60th St.,
CLERK are able to ask nurses about Kenosha, WI 53140
various topics (262) 658-4125
1010 56th St., • Lead screenings available for FAX: (262) 658-2196
children. HUD assists with home SERVICES:
Kenosha, WI 53140 visits to assess the level of lead • Specializes in Alzheimer's and
within the home. dementia care
(262) 653-2552 • Well water testing available • Skilled nursing facility includes
through the environmental clinic banking, social services, and
FAX: (262) 653-2564 activities
152. KENOSHA COUNTY • Long term and short term
WEB: DIVISION OF VETERAN SERVICES medical rehabilitation
8600 Sheridan Rd Ste 700,
www.kenoshacounty.org Kenosha, WI 53143 156. KENOSHA GARDENS
(262) 605-6690 5430 64th Ave.,
HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm FAX: (262) 605-6695 Kenosha, WI 53144
WEB: (262) 657-6389
SERVICES: www.co.kenosha.wi.us/368/Vetera HOURS: M-F 9am-3:30pm
ns SERVICES:
• Provides voting EMAIL: Director - Division of • Provides subsidized housing for
Veterans Services low income people with
information [email protected] disabilities and seniors ages 55+
Veterans Benefit Specialist • Section 8 housing accepted
Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency’s • Assists with passports,
Daddy/Daughter Dance marriage license, [email protected] 157. KENOSHA HISTORY CENTER
domestic partnership org 220 51st Pl.,
HOURS: M-F 8am-noon & 1-5pm Kenosha, WI 53140
• Men and women’s Bible study 149. KENOSHA COUNTY SERVICES: (262) 654-5770
• Religious services available CORPORATION COUNSEL • Provides advocacy for veteran FAX: (262) 654-1730
CELEBRATE RECOVERY 912 56th St LL 13 benefits and assists with veteran WEB:
WEB: www.kenoshabible.org/cr Kenosha, WI 53140 services www.kenoshahistorycenter.org
PHONE: (262) 764-1876 (262) 925-8020 • HEALTH CARE for HOMELESS HOURS: T-F 10am-4:30pm, Sat
Ministry leader: Randy Jurgens FAX: (262) 925-8028 VETERANS- 1-877-424-3838 hub 10am-4pm, Sun 12-4pm
MEETING HOURS: Th 6:30- WEB: www.co.kenosha.wi.us for a myriad of housing and other SERVICES:
8:45pm HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm, closed services- outreach and assistance • Keeps historical records of
• 12-step program for anyone 18 12-1pm to homeless Veterans by offering Kenosha
yrs. and up struggling with life's SERVICES: them entry to VA care. This • Some facilities available for
hurts, hang-ups, and habits • County legal counsel program can also serve veterans public to rent
• Group locator at with different discharge statuses
• VETERANS ADMINISTRATION 158. KENOSHA HUMAN
www.celebraterecovery.com 150. KENOSHA COUNTY SUPPORTIVE HOUSING-262-636- DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, INC.
3416 Serves veterans who need Main Office/Resource
146. KENOSHA BLOOD CENTER DIVISION OF CHILDREN & intensive case management Center/Housing Programs
8064 39th Ave., FAMILY SERVICES services and have a history of 5407 8th Ave.,
Kenosha, WI 53142 8600 Sheridan Rd Suite 200 homelessness, or would not be Kenosha, WI 53140
(877) BE-A-HERO Kenosha, WI able to maintain housing if they (262) 764-8555
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HOURS: M 9:30am-5:15pm; Tu FAX: (262) 605-6570 153. KENOSHA COUNTY Kenosha, WI 53140
12:00pm-7pm;Wed 8:00-3:30pm; WEB: www.co.kenosha.wi.us JUVENILE INTAKE SERVICES FAX: (262) 653-2080
Th 8am-3:30pm; F 7am-12:30pm; HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm 912 56th St Molinaro Bldg Rm OFFICE HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm
Sa 7am-12pm; Sun closed SERVICES: 102, WEB: www.KHDS.org
SERVICES: • Child abuse reporting/crisis Kenosha, WI 53140 CRISIS PREVENTION CENTER
• Blood donation facility response (262)605-6582 (262) 653-2494 1202 60th St.,
• Provides children's protective FAX: (262) 653-2533 Kenosha, WI 53140
WEB: www.co.kenosha.wi.us 262-657-7188
147. KENOSHA COMMUNITY services and intervention HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm (800) 236-7188
SERVICES: SERVICES:
HEALTH CENTER, INC • Juvenile court services and • Correctional restitution and CRISIS
juvenile diversion services PREVENTION/INTERVENTION
Medical/Behavioral Clinic: supervision CENTER
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6226 14th Ave., 151. KENOSHA COUNTY
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FAX (Dental): (262) 925-1680 WEB: www.co.kenosha.wi.us
WEB: www.kenoshachc.org HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
HOURS: M-Th 7am-7pm, F 7am- SERVICES:
5pm, Sat 7am-3pm • Women’s clinic Tuesdays from
SERVICES: 8am-3pm
• Provides medical, dental, and • Walk-in STD clinic Mon 1:30pm
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phone intervention, on site, and in Hope Council Staff appt
community assessment for people WEB: www.KenoshaRad.com
dealing with a mental health or mental health disorders Kenosha, WI 53143 SERVICES:
substance abuse issues • Community and independent (262) 654-7323 • Provides radiology services such
• Juvenile Crisis Intervention- living skills training, advocacy FAX: 262-654-7262 as 3D MRI, open MRI, Ultrasound,
24/7 crisis line to report child • Alcohol and drug abuse support WEB: www.kenoshalit.org CT (CAT SCAN), X-Ray,
abuse. Investigates concerns group EMAIL: [email protected] Mammography, Nuclear Medicine,
reported. Assists with children BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CLINIC: HOURS: M-Th 10am-5pm Bone Density, and Body Screening
and family problems, emergency • Psychiatric services provided by SERVICES:
mental health response, and a psychiatrist and nurse • Provides assistance to help 163. KENOSHA SENIOR CENTER
runaways practitioner for ages 18+ adults to learn to read or read 2717 67th St.,
• Victim of Crime brief better Kenosha, WI 53143
• KARE Center- short-term intervention therapy • English and basic skills classes- (262) 359-6260
residential facility for individuals • Medication monitoring and call for schedule FAX: (262) 359-6044
needing stabilization for mental management • Assists with study for GED HOURS: M-F 8:30am-3:45pm;
health or addiction crisis • Hours: M-F 9am-5pm • Learning Lab Sat 9am-1pm Sat 9-11:30am
• Continued stabilization services • (262) 842-0538 WEB: www.kusd.edu/seniorcenter
after experiencing a crisis or CHILDREN/YOUTH/FAMILY PROG 160. KENOSHA NOON LIONS DIRECTOR: Denise Jacob at 262-
being charged with a mental RAMS: CLUB 359-6117
health or substance abuse related • Independent Living Program- for PO Box 36 SERVICES:
crime young adults leaving foster care Kenosha, WI 53143 • Provides social and recreational
MENTAL HEALTH and or juvenile justice system (262) 914-1797 programs including exercise,
SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESOURCE • Shelter Care -- Short term, non- (262) 496-9767 swimming, card playing, and
CENTER: secure, family like placement for HOURS: Varies dance classes
• Provides information and youth in need of respite or court SERVICES: • Has special monthly events,
referrals for community resources placement • Aid people with sight and educational services, and movies
that meet the needs of individuals • Family Mediation hearing impairments to receive • Senior dining site
with mental health conditions and • Specialized foster care- exams and eye glasses/hearing
substance abuse recruitment and training of aids 164. KENOSHA SENIOR LIVING
• Disability Benefit Specialist aids specialized foster parents and • Community groups 3109 30th Ave.,
people with mental health placement of children • Accepts eyeglass donations Kenosha, WI
conditions to apply for public • Family Intervention Project- 53144
benefits and assists with appeals support for families experiencing 161. KENOSHA PUBLIC MUSEUM (262) 656-1795
• Provides eligibility domestic and child abuse 5500 First Ave., EMAIL:
determinations for county mental OTHER PROGRAMS: Kenosha, WI 53140 [email protected]
health case management services • Homeless and rent assistance (262) 653-4140 HOURS: 24/7
• Guardianship assistance to programs for adults age 18 and FAX: (262) 653-4437 SERVICES:
volunteer guardians up, including single parents WEB: • Senior assisted living facility
• Children's Community Options (subject to qualification) www.kenoshapublicmuseum.org • Caregivers on staff 24 hrs
Program- provides limited • Homeless outreach to people HOURS: M-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun • Provides three meals daily
financial assistance for disability who are living with mental illness 12-5pm, closed holidays
related needs, to children with and substance abuse issues SERVICES: 165. KENOSHA UNIFIED SCHOOL
severe disabilities • Street outreach- peer support • Natural history, fine and DISTRICT
• Loan Closet – used pediatric line for teens decorative arts museum 3600 52nd St.,
medical, educational, and • Independent Living Adult Family • Free general admission daily Kenosha, WI 53144
recreational equipment Home (262) 359-6300
• Children’s Long Term Support • Teaching Family Model training- 162. KENOSHA RADIOLOGY WEB: www.kusd.edu
Waiver- care management concrete approach to teaching CENTER HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4:30pm
services specializing in the needs social skills 10117 74th St Ste 150, SERVICES:
of children with disabilities Kenosha, WI 53142 • Provides Head Start programs
• Representative Payee Services- 159. KENOSHA LITERACY (262) 697-7770 and early childhood education
for individ COUNCIL FAX: (262) 697-7771 • Education (K-12)
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CASE 2419 63rd St., HOURS: M-F 7am-6pm; Sat 8am-
MANAGEMENT: 11am (MRI & X-Ray only); and by 166. KENOSHA UNIFIED SCHOOL
• HOURS: M-F 7:30am-5:00pm DISTRICT - DEPT OF
• Mental health case management RECREATION
through Community Support 2717 67th St.,
Program (CSP) and Kenosha, WI 53143
Comprehensive Community (262) 359-6225
Services (CCS) HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4pm
• Helps individuals obtain their life SERVICES:
goals in a recovery model of • Call for prices
services • Competitive athletic leagues for
• Provides medication/symptom adults available for volleyball,
monitoring and RN medication basketball, and softball
administration services • Instructional swim, basketball,
• Works with clients on soccer, and tennis for youth
vocational/employment referral • Weight lifting lessons for middle
and training school and high school students
• Social/recreational programs & • Competitive swimming available
groups in the summer
• Disease/disability information on
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Kenosha Women's Network volunteers able to get into the van Sat of month 6pm-9pm
• 2nd Sat is an open venue for
167. KENOSHA VISITING NURSE adaptive sports are available for 171. LAKE GENEVA WELLNESS various artists at Pollard Gallery
ASSOCIATION, INC children/teens with disabilities CLINIC
600 52nd St Ste 300, • Miracle league- baseball league 101 Broad St Ste 201, Lake 175. LAKESIDE TOWERS
Kenosha, WI 53140 designed for children of all Geneva, WI 53147 5800 3rd Ave.,
(262) 656-8400 disabilities (262) 248-7942 Kenosha, WI 53140
FAX: (262) 656-8406 • Offers a variety of fitness FAX: (262) 248-1202 (262) 654-2131
EMAIL: [email protected] programs, dance programs, EMAIL: [email protected] HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
WEB: www.kvna.net swimming, and martial arts HOURS: M- TH 8am-7pm, F 8am- SERVICES:
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • Swimming lessons and exercise 5pm, Sat. 8am-12 • Senior subsidized housing age
SERVICES: programs for all ages. Pool is SERVICES: 62+ and housing for people with
• Diabetes, CHF, COPD, wound handicap accessible. • EMDR disabilities under age 62
care, surgical site care, • Team sports and leagues for • Mood disorder treatment • 1 bedroom housing
hypertension adults and children • Anger management
• Skilled nursing, home health • Silver Sneakers program for • Relationship issues 176. LEADINGAGE WISCONSIN
aides, medical social work active adults • Addictions counseling 204 S Hamilton St.,
• Wound Care and Ostomy Care • Introductory rock climbing for • Relaxation skills Madison, WI 53703
SpecialiSt., children with disabilities • Help with issues surrounding (608) 255-7060
• Occupational, physical, and LGBT clients and their families FAX: (608) 255-7064
speech therapy 169. KINDRED AT HOME • Teen support WEB: www.leadingagewi.org
• Accepts Medicare and Medicare 6233 Bankers Rd Ste 1, • Counseling for families, couples, EMAIL: [email protected]
Advantage Plans Racine, WI 53403 individuals, child and adolescent HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm
• Diagnostic screens- Panel C, (262) 636-9036 AODA specialty SERVICES:
lipid profile, glucose, A1c, Vitamin (800) 498-5168 • Accepts private insurance, • Statewide membership
D FAX: (262) 554-7631 private pay organization for not for profit
• Foot care in home or at office HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm corporations dedicated to aiding
• Bathing service in-home SERVICES: 172. LAKESHORE members to improve the quality of
• CPR Medic First Aid training • Occupational therapy, physical 1834 60th St, care to elders and people with
• Flu, pneumonia, Tetanus therapy, speech therapy Kenosha, WI 53140 disabilities
vaccinations • Home health care (262) 656-1818 • Provides information on training
• TB Skin Tests on-site or in office • Skilled Nursing 5905 19th Ave opportunities, proper procedures,
• Medicare, and private insurance Kenosha, WI 53140 and components of quality care
168. KENOSHA YMCA CALLAHAN accepted (262) 656-1118 • Information for seniors and
FAMILY BRANCH (262) 658-1262 families on assistive living,
7101 53rd St., 170. KTOWN TRANSPORTATION FAX: (262) 656-1848 planning, benefits, and a variety of
Kenosha, WI 53144 6946 46th St., HOURS: 24/7 other topics
(262) 654-9622 Kenosha, WI 53142 SERVICES:
FAX: (262) 653-9886 (262) 764-0377 • (866) 430-6377 • Community based residential 177. LEAGUE OF WOMEN
WEB: www.kenoshaymca.org FAX: (262) 654-5661 facilities for people with mental VOTERS OF WI INC.
HOURS: M-F 5am-9pm; Sat 6am- HOURS: 5:30am-7pm health or developmental 6737 W. Washington St. Ste. 2218
5pm; Sun 9am-5pm SERVICES: disabilities West Allis, WI 53214
SERVICES: • Non-emergency, ambulatory • Caregivers on site 24 hours who (414) 273-8683
• Early childhood day care and transportation for non-motorized prepare meals and provide WEB: www.LWVWI.org
before and after school programs. collapsible wheelchair or walker medication observation WEB: www.lwvmilwaukee.org
Camps for kids ages 5- 12 • Motorized wheelchair ramp • Provides transportation EMAIL: [email protected]
• Easter Seals- two adult day care available upon request SERVICES:
programs designed for people • Accepts Family Care participants 173. LAKESIDE PEDIATRICS • Provides year round information
with developmental disabilities for medical appointments 8600 75th St. Suite 101 on voting and politics
• After school programs and • Will haul a wheelchair if you are Kenosha, WI 53142 • Proud member of Community
(262) 652-9430 Shares of WI which advocates for
FAX: (262) 652-9433 social and environmental change
HOURS: M-F 7:45am-5pm • Non-partisan
SERVICES:
• Pediatricians for children of all 178. LEARNING DISABILITIES
ages ASSOCIATION OF WISCONSIN
• Online symptom checker EMAIL: [email protected]
WEB: www.ldawisconsin.com
174. LAKESIDE PLAYERS, INC HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm
514 56th St., SERVICES:
Kenosha, WI 53140 • Testing sites available in the
(262) 657-7529 Milwaukee area
WEB: www.rhodecenter.org • Provides advocacy, education,
EMAIL: [email protected] information and research on
HOURS: W-Sun 1-4 pm learning disabilities
SERVICES:
• Live theater production and 179. LEGAL ACTION OF
performances WISCONSIN, INC
• Children’s comedies (standard 4900 Spring St Ste 100,
fees apply) Racine, WI 53406
• Hosts Winter Harbor Market (262) 635-8836 • (800) 242-5840
November-May on Sat 9am-1pm FAX: (262) 635-8838
• Art gallery W 1pm-4pm and 2nd
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WEB: www.legalaction.org Team West of the I Trivia 4 Hope winners • Orthopedic injuries and total
HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm joint replacement treated
SERVICES: • Men's, lesbian, bi-sexual and • Management on site and • Cardiac recovery
• Family Law- protective AODA support groups maintenance on call for • Stroke and neurological recovery
restraining orders, divorce, • Hate crime reporting emergencies • Chronic disease management
custody, child support, and other • LGBT-friendly business and • Wound care
family law problems for domestic professional referrals 183. LJH AMBULANCE
violence victims 6329 28th Ave., 186. MEADOWMERE ASSISTED
• Government/Public Benefits 181. LIBRARY TERRACE Kenosha, WI 53143 LIVING APARTMENTS
(welfare) and Health Law- ASSISTED LIVING CAMPUS (262) 658-4448 8351 Sheridan Rd.,
Wisconsin Works (W-2), Child 7905 36th Ave., HOURS: 24hrs/day Kenosha, WI 53143
Care Assistance, BadgerCare, Kenosha, WI 53142 SERVICES: (262) 948-1100
Food Share, Medicaid, Kinship (262) 697-8560 • Ambulance WEB:
Care, Unemployment FAX: (262) 697-8590 • Emergency medical www.fivestarseniorliving.com/com
Compensation, and other WEB:www.libraryterrace.com transportation and medical munities/wi/kenosha/meadowmere
government benefit programs OFFICE HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm transportation -southport
• Housing Law- eviction SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4pm
prevention and landlord/tenant • Residential Care Apartment 184. LOV-N-CARE CHILDREN'S SERVICES:
problems in public, Section 8, and Complex (RCAC) ACADEMY • Senior assisted living
private housing/foreclosure • Community Based Residential 5109 52nd St., • Includes activities available for
defense Facility (CBRF) Kenosha, WI 53140 residents
• Low Income Tax Clinic (LITC) • Senior assisted living facility for (262) 652-7005 • 24 hour staff, 3 meals per day,
Federal (IRS) tax matters those 62 years and older 1115 56th St. housekeeping and laundry
including audits and • Assistance with personal care, Kenosha, WI 53140 services
examinations, appeals, collection, chef prepared meals, 2 nurses on WEB:www.lovncareacademy.com
Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), staff HOURS: M-F 5:30am - 6pm 187. MEADOWOOD APTS
filing status and dependents, SERVICES: KENOSHA
failure to file returns innocent 182. LINCOLN CREST • Child care for ages 4 weeks-12 1387 30th Ave.,
spouse status, and independent APARTMENTS years Kenosha, WI 53144
contractor/employees 410 Lincoln Dr., • Early Head Start program (262) 552-9080
• Migrant farmworkers- Twin Lakes, WI 53181 FAX: (262) 552-5336
employment laws, housing (262) 877-8045 185. MANORCARE HEALTH WEB: WWW.Meadowood-WI.com
conditions, public benefits, FAX: (262) 877-8435 SERVICES HOURS: M-F 9am-6pm, Sat
unemployment compensation, and HOURS: M/Tu/Th 8am-3:30pm 1500 S. Milwuakee 10am-4pm
other issues affecting Wisconsin's WEB: www.lincolncrest.com Libertyville, IL 60048 SERVICES:
migrant farmworkers EMAIL: (847) 816-3200 • Section 42 housing for low
• Senior law- SSI, Social Security, [email protected] FAX: 847-816-8981 income families
Medicare, Food Share, elder es.com Email: • 2 bedrooms $765.00/ 3
abuse, and other issues affecting SERVICES: [email protected] bedrooms $915.00
senior citizens • Provides housing for seniors, 55 WEB: www.heartland-
• Social Security- appeals of and older manorcare.com 188. MEADOWVIEW APTS TWIN
Social Security Disability (SSD-I) • Section 42 housing SERVICES: LAKES
and Supplemental Security • Provides income guidelines for • Tailored treatment plans 450 Lincoln Dr.,
Income (SSI) denials when private affordable rent • Skilled nursing and medical care Twin Lakes, WI 53181
attorneys cannot be found • Includes heat, water, and • Hospital-level rehabilitation (262) 877-2212
storage, free recycle and trash therapies HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm
180. LGBT CENTER OF SE WI removal • Recreational activities to help SERVICES:
1456 Junction Ave, • Monthly community activities, transition back to the community • Senior subsidized housing and
Racine, WI 53403 community garden, new laundry • Goal setting, discharge planning, low income housing
(262) 664-4100 rooms, resident grill and patio and case management • 62+ or disabled
WEB: www.lgbtsewisc.org furniture • Patient and family education and
HOURS: M-F 11am-5pm, Sat • Elevator in building lifestyle, nutrition, and disease 189. MEDICAL
11am-3pm, closed holidays management TRANSPORTATION
SERVICES: MANAGEMENT, INC (MTM)
• Discussion and support groups (866) 907-1493
• Community-building social SERVICES:
activities and events • Arranges medical transportation
• Youth outreach and for people on
programming Medicaid/Badgercare
• Senior outreach and
programming 190. MEDICARE HELPLINE
• HIV/STD education, information 7500 Security Blvd.,
and referrals, on-site testing third Baltimore, MD 21244
Thursday of month (800) 633-4227
• Mental health referrals to (800) 447-8477 (fraud hotline)
qualified practitioners (800) 337-4950 (TTY fraud
• Gender identity support groups hotline)
(transgender non-conforming WEB: www.medicare.gov
group) SERVICES:
• Community outreach to schools, • Medicare benefits information
media, and government • Consumer protection
• Computer and Internet access
191. MEDIGAP HELPLINE
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Trivia 4 Hope Costume Contest Super Hero theme EMAIL: [email protected] counseling and education
WEB: www.nationalmssociety.org
1402 Pankratz St Suite 111, (262) 652-3606 HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm 202. NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL
Madison, WI 53704 (262) 605-9038 SERVICES: CONSULTANTS, INC.
(800) 242-1060 (General Medigap WEB: www.namikenosha.org • Advocacy with communities and 5017 Green Bay Road, Suite 130
helpline) HOURS: 24 hours state policies to improve the lives Kenosha, WI 53144
(855) 677-2783 (Part D SERVICES: of individuals with MS (262) 672-1334
prescription drug helpline 60+) • Support groups for individuals • Disease/disability information FAX: (855) 277-2812
FAX: 608-246-7001 living with mental health • Case management SERVICES:
E-MAIL: [email protected] conditions • Limited financial assistance • Neuropsychological,
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • Educational groups and support • Support groups (Circle of Hope) psychotherapy,
SERVICES: groups for families and friends and social/recreational programs neuropsychological consultation
• Working with Medicare • Advocacy, support, education for • Independent medical
beneficiaries to answer all their and disease/disability information 198. NATIONAL RUNAWAY examinations, peer reviews,
health insurance and long term • Family to family class offered in SAFELINE guardianship evaluations, civil
care insurance questions English and Spanish to help 3141B N. Lincoln Ave., forensic evaluations, criminal
• Supplemental health insurance families understand mental illness Chicago, IL 60657 forensic evaluations,
information • Public education and advocacy (800) 786-2929 24-hr runaway presentations, trainings
• Prescription drug counseling for on public policy hotline • Assessments for cognitive
seniors on Medicare and Medicaid • In Our Own Voice Speaker FAX: (773) 929-5150 impairments and psychotherapy
Program E-MAIL: [email protected] for adolescents 16 and up
192. MEDIX AMBULANCE • Ending Silence (youth WEB: www.1800runaway.org
SERVICES involvement programs) HOURS: 24 hour hotline 203. NIFTY THRIFTY RESALE
701 Blackhawk Dr. Unit G • CIT (crisis intervention training) SERVICES: SHOP
Burlington, WI 53105 team and law enforcement • Serves as the federally 4200 39th Ave.,
(262)763-8888 M-F 8am-5pm training designated national Kenosha, WI 53144
Sat. 6am-9pm • CIP (crisis intervention communication system for (262) 605-3326
262)539-2680 dispatch partner) community agency homeless and runaway youths HOURS: Tu-Sat 10am-5:30pm
(414)276-9890 billing staff training • Information and referral to local SERVICES:
SERVICES: crisis intervention • Offers clothing, accessories,
• Ambulance- bill all insurances 196. NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON • Runaway prevention household goods, decorative
(for bed confined patients) MENTAL ILLNESS OF RACINE • (12-21yrs) Home Free program items, small furniture and
• Disabled transportation- COUNTY INC. provides transportation to reunite appliances
wheelchair accessible van (does 2300 DeKoven Ave., runaways with their family • Accepts donations
not bill insurance) Racine, WI 53403 • Store proceeds directly benefit
(262) 637-0582 199. NATIONAL SUICIDE Women and Children’s Horizons
193. MT. ZION HOUSE WEB: www.namiracinecounty.org PREVENTION LIFELINE • Furniture pick-ups available on
2330 Hwy 120 SERVICES: (800) 273-8255 Available 24/7 the 2nd and 4th Saturdays by
Lake Geneva, WI 53147 • Support groups and recovery (888) 628-9454 Spanish appointment
(262) 249-8934 oriented groups for individuals Language Line
FAX (262) 249-8903 suffering from mental health SERVICES: 204. NORTH POINT CROSSINGS
WEB: www.mtzionhouse.org conditions • Crisis Counseling 1724 Birch Rd Apt 102,
SERVICES: • Advocacy, support and Kenosha, WI 53140
• Christian based residential education on mental illness 200. NEEDY MEDS INC (262) 551-7274
treatment for men with addiction • Information and referral to HELPLINE: HOURS: M-Fr 9am-4pm,
issues Racine resources 800-503-6897 SERVICES:
• Public education and advocacy WEB: www.needymeds.org • Subsidized rental housing and
194. NAACP - RACINE BRANCH on public policy SERVICES: low income housing
1633 Racine St. • Teen Talk Program • Offers information and • Utilities included
Racine, WI 53403 applications for patient assistance • Waiting list
(262) 632-1151 197. NATIONAL MULTIPLE programs through pharmaceutical
SERVICES: SCLEROSIS SOCIETY WISCONSIN companies to people without 205. NORTHPOINT RESOURCES
• Interracial membership CHAPTER prescription drug coverage 3441 Sheridan Rd.
organization devoted to civil rights 1120 James Dr Ste A, • Reduced cost or free Zion IL, 60099
Hartland, WI 53029 medications through the 847-872-1700
195. NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON (262) 369-4400 (local) pharmaceutical companies for Email: [email protected]
MENTAL ILLNESS OF KENOSHA (800) 344-4867(national) individuals who are uninsured and SERVICES:
COUNTY INC FAX: (262) 369-4410 have low incomes • Residential program to support
5718 7th Ave., • Offers drug discount cards for 75 men and women.
Kenosha, WI 53140 up to 80% off cash price of • The Psycho-Social Rehabilitation
medications program (SOARR) assists persons
with mental illness reintegrate into
201. NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING the community using a person-
SERVICES centered planning model
1119 60th St., • Other services include a senior
Kenosha, WI 53140 program, high school transition
(262) 652-6766 services, art therapy, and a
HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm community-living transition
SERVICES: program for SOARR members
• Neighborhood improvement • Micro-enterprise program to
groups and neighborhood include new self-employment
revitalization options ranging from selling
• 1st time home buyers
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hydroponically grown greens to HOURS: M/W 9am-6pm Tu/Th
commissioning artwork through 9am-5pm F 9am-4pm Sat./Sun.
the ART360 program Closed
WEB:
206. NORTHPOINT SENIOR Officer Friendly Tyler Cochran demonstrates how to sound the sirens from a Kenosha Police www.pathwaysconsultingllc.com
LIVING Department squad car to a Jeffery Elementary School student during a Community Vehicle Day event. SERVICES:
3109 12th St. • Counseling services for adults,
Kenosha, WI 53144 children, couples, and families
(262) 671-2149 • Specializes in depression and
EMAIL: anxiety, grief/loss,
[email protected] relationship/marital issues,
g.com trauma, obsessive compulsive
WEB: northpointseniorliving.com disorder, behavioral/school related
HOURS: 24 hrs. issues, autism and related
SERVICES: disorders
• Senior assisted living age 60+ • Accepts Medicaid HMOs Blue
• Caregivers on site 24 Cross/Blue Shield and Children's
hours/day Community, Medicare
• Veteran's Assistance accepted
216. PATHWAYS LIVING &
207. OAKWOOD CLINICAL and other eating disorders (414) 671-5575 • (414) 671-0566 LEARNING CENTER
ASSOCIATES 24-hour parent helpline 1100 Main St.,
4109 67th St., 210. OXFORD HOUSE WEB: Union Grove, WI 53182
Kenosha, WI 53142 and AYERS- for men www.theparentingnetwork.org (262) 994-9200
24804 75th St 2014 45th St., HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5:00pm EMAIL:[email protected]
Paddock Lake, WI 53168 Kenosha, WI 53140 SERVICES: SERVICES:
(262) 652-9830 (262) 577-5116 • Confidential counseling about • Serves disabled adults 18+
FAX: (262) 652-2931 JERRY C.- for men parenting issues • Tailored to the needs of the
BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS: M-Th 2414 61st St., • Parent education & support participant
9am-8pm; F 9am-3pm Kenosha, WI 53143 groups • Works on family living skills,
COUNSELING HOURS: By 262-564-5115 • Welcome Baby!, Dad Matters, academic skills, and language and
appointment LAKESIDE-for women and other healthy relationship communication skill building
WEB: www.oakwoodclinical.com 510 60th St., programs • Participants make and sale craft
Kenosha, WI 53140 • Please call helpline or check our items (dog/cat treats, blankets,
EMAIL:[email protected] (262) 577-5617 website for updated information pillows, etc.) at local and county
SERVICES: JOE PRATT-for men on additional parenting classes fairs
• Counseling- individual, marital, 1336 Virginia St. • Most classes are free or nominal • Contracted with Community
family, and group Racine, WI 53405 charges Care, Iris, and private pay
• Drinking/drug-impaired driver (262) 800-3840 • Offers day trips and recreational
programs and alcohol and drug WEB: oxfordhouse.org 213. PARKSIDE MANOR activities
abuse services SERVICES: 6300 67th St. • Sensory and social integration
• Website has self-discovery • Provides alcohol and drug-free Kenosha, WI 53142
questions and information living environment for men and (262) 232-6271 / (262)468-9866 217. PERSONAL INSIGHTS
women recovering from addiction FAX: (262) 657-7020 COUNSELING SERVICES
208. ON THIS LEG • Each house is a self-run, self- WEB: 6530 Sheridan Rd Ste 7,
Meets at Christ Lutheran Church supporting family in recovery www.seniorlifestyle.com/property/ Kenosha, WI 53140
24929 75th St. , allowing individuals to become parkside-manor.com (262) 857-8707
Paddock Lake, WI 53168 responsible, accountable, and SERVICES: WEB:personalinsightscounselings
(262) 220-3036 productive members of society • Senior assisted living for ervices.com
WEB: http://onthisleg.org while living and growing in an individuals with dementia and HOURS: by appt
HOURS: 7pm every other atmosphere of group support Alzheimer’s disease SERVICES:
Wednesday • Women may have children live • Accepts private pay • Counseling for mental health
*Call for dates/times with them • Ages 55+ conditions
• CBRF (Community based • Individual, couples, grief, and
• Support group for people living 211. PARENT-EDUCATOR residential facility) LGBT issues
with amputations LIASION CESA #2 • Rates start at $2,200 per month • Career counseling
• Families, caregivers, people 1221 Innovation Dr. Ste. 205
considering amputation, limb Whitewater, WI 53190 214. PARTNERSHIP FOR 218. PHILIPS LIFELINE
differences, amputees of all kinds, Main: (262) 473-1473 PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE 111 Lawrence St.,
or friends are all welcome FAX: (262) 472-2269 WEB: medicineassistancetool.org Framingham, MA 01702
• religious services EMAIL: [email protected] 1-888-477-2669 (800) 250-5826
WEB: www.cesa2.org SERVICES: EMAIL: [email protected]
209. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4pm • Helps individuals to qualify for WEB: www.lifelinesys.com
MILWAUKEE AREA INTERGROUP SERVICES: patient assistance programs or HOURS: M-F 8am-8:30pm, Sa/Su
(VIRTUAL SITE) • Disabled student services for receive prescription drug discount 9am-6pm (EST)
PO Box 270054, special education cards and co-payment programs SERVICES:
Milwaukee, WI 53227 • Support groups for parent-to- • Bilingual services • Personal emergency response
EMAIL: [email protected] parent networking & parents of • Information and referral systems
WEB: www.oamilwaukee.org children with disabilities • Emergency response 24/7
HOURS: Meeting information on 215. PATHWAYS CONSULTING • Patients who receives Medicaid
website 212. PARENTING NETWORK 4633 Washington Rd., call 800-368-2925
SERVICES: 7516 W Burleigh St., Kenosha, WI 53144
• Twelve step program offers Milwaukee, WI 53210 (262) 652-7222 continued
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219. PLANNED PARENTHOOD Fun At Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency’s Play Area 6pm; Sat 9am-5pm; Sun Closed
3601 Roosevelt Rd., UpTown
Kenosha, WI 53140 225. PREVENTION SERVICES • In-home therapy and parent 2419 63rd St.
(262) 654-0491 NETWORK FAMILY RESOURCE mentoring may be available for Kenosha, WI 53143
HOURS: M/Th 11am-7pm, Tu/W/F CENTER (PSN) intensive needs Hours: M-TH 9am-6pm; F Closed;
9am-5pm • Families First service Sat 10am-2pm; Sun Closed
SERVICES: 8600 Sheridan Rd coordination for the family and SERVICES:
• Pregnancy testing Kenosha, WI 53140 children with severe emotional • Call for location near you
• Cancer screening (262) 697-4584 difficulties, Children’s Long Term • Book loan & Bookmobile
• Contraception WEB: Support Waiver • Reference/information
• STD Testing and Treatment www.psnfamilyresourcecenter.co • Intensive addiction recovery • Online resources
• HIV Testing and Counseling m program • Special programs- sharing
• Options counseling and referral HOURS: 2nd and 4th W 12:30- CIP: knowledge, skills, and having fun
1:30pm • Foster home and day care
220. PLEASANT PRAIRIE POLICE SERVICES: licensing 229. RACINE COMPREHENSIVE
DEPARTMENT • Community wide collaboration • Child abuse prevention TREATMENT CENTER
8600 Green Bay Rd., dedicated to strengthening programs 5735 Durand Ave Ste A.,
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 families and helping them become • Electronic monitoring Racine, WI 53406
(262) 694-7353 resilient to child abuse and • Gang prevention programs (855) 396-3914
HOURS: 24hrs/day neglect • Truancy reduction programs and HOURS: M-F 5am-2:30pm; Sat
SERVICES: • Voluntary program connecting outreach to middle school and 5am-10am
• Law enforcement agencies and Kenosha County families to high school students SERVICES:
municipal police beneficial resources and services • Methadone clinic
at no charge. 227. PSYCHIATRIC AND • Subutex Clinic
221. PLEASANT PRAIRIE UNITED • Provides programs and services PSYCHOTHERAPY CLINIC • Counseling for opiate abuse
METHODIST CHURCH that build on family strengths 3601 30th Ave Ste 102
8405 104th Ave., Pleasant Prairie, through prevention, education, Kenosha, WI 53140 230. RACINE COUNTY
WI 53158 support, and networking in (262) 654-0487 OPPORTUNITY CENTER ALSO
(262) 694-8522 collaboration with other resources FAX: (262) 654-2434 KNOWN AS: HANDS OF
HOURS: Sunday 9:30-10:45am, in the community WEB: www.ppckenosha.com OPPORTUNITY CENTER
and as needed • The following programs are HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm 4214 Sheridan Rd.,
SERVICES: offered with topics of interest to SERVICES: Racine, WI 53403
• Bi-lingual pastor Anita Lang parents: Parent Talk Lunch (Wed • Individual and family counseling (262) 554-5006
• Volunteers welcome at 12:30pm) Call for more • Psychiatrist HOURS: M-F 5:30am-6:30 pm
• Adult Education (Computer information or to register. • Currently not accepting Medicaid WEB: RCOC.NET
literacy classes & Spanish SERVICES:
course) 226. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 228. PUBLIC LIBRARIES - • Birth-3 program
• Sunday services: worship at GROUP (PSG)/ COMMUNITY KENOSHA • Child development center
9:30am, Sunday School at 9:45am IMPACT PROGRAMS (CIP) (262) 564-6100 General • School age program
6233 39th Ave., Information • Youth and child services
222. POISON CONTROL CENTER Kenosha, WI 53142 (262) 564-6125 Hours • Community guidance program
PO Box 1997 Ste C 660 (262) 654-1004 WEB: www.mykpl.info • Hands on employment
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1997 HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm SouthWeSt., 7979 38th Ave. • Vocational services
(800) 222-1222 24 hr hotline Clinic: Kenosha, WI 53142 • Employment assistance- Job
WEB: www.wisconsinpoison.org 2108 63rd St., Hours: M-TH 9am-9pm; F 9am- coaching & job development for
SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53143 6pm; Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 12pm- disabled adults, including classes
• Information on poisonous (262) 652-2406 4pm for socialization, job readiness,
substances WEB: www.psgcip.com NorthSide and work ethics
• Prevention services and HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm 1500 27th Ave.,
education available SERVICES: Kenosha, WI 53140 231. RACINE VOCATIONAL
PSG: Hours: M-TH 9am-9pm; F 9am- MINISTRY
223. PRAIRIE RIDGE SENIOR • Family counseling and family- 6pm; Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 12pm- 214 Seventh St.,
CAMPUS based services which include 4pm Racine, WI 53403
7900 94th Ave., Pleasant Prairie, therapists, psychologists, and Simmons (262) 633-8660
WI 53158 psychiatrist to work on family 711 59th Place HOURS: Mon 1pm-5pm; Tues-Fri
(262) 942-9660 issues, mental health, and AODA Kenosha, WI 53140 9am-5pm
WEB: www.graystone.com issues at the clinic Hours: M-TH 9am-8pm; F 9am- SERVICES:
HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm • Solutions for Success Classes
SERVICES: • Case Management
• Independent Senior apartments • Job Placement and Career
for ages 55+ Development
• Prison Re-entry Programming
224. PRAIRIE VILLA
9500 81st St., Pleasant Prairie, WI 232. RADIANT PATH
53158 4103 60th St.,
262-697-6335 Kenosha, WI 53144
HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm 262-220-8198
SERVICES: Affordable housing for HOURS: by appointment
seniors over age 55. 59 units for EMAIL: [email protected]
people with income under SERVICES:
$31,260 for 1 person or under • Therapeutic bodywork,
$35,700 for two people. 12 myofascial release, Craniosacral
Market rate apartments.
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A LakeView Technology Academy student receives help from Dr. Eric Schroeter in class. • Alcohol and drug abuse • Volunteer opportunities
treatment for teens and adults
Therapy, Brain work, and more. summer Trekkers Program for • Children’s day treatment 240. SALEM UNITED METHODIST
children with disabilities program (ages 6-17) CHURCH
233. RAWHIDE BOYS RANCH REC PLEX ICE ARENA • Child and Adolescent Program 25130 85th St.,
E7475 Rawhide Rd., 9900 Terwall Ter., M-F 8-11am and 1-4pm Salem, WI 53168
New London, WI 54961 Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 • Adult AODA Program M, Tu, Th (262) 843-2525
(920) 785-6653 (262) 925-6755 6-9pm; Sat 9am-12pm SERVICES:
5555 N. Port Washington Rd., FAX: (262) 925-6756 • OCD Program for children & • Alcoholics Anonymous
Ste. 207 HOURS: Call for seasonal hours adolescents M-Th 3-6pm meeting F at 8pm
Glendale, WI 53209 • Ice skating lessons for all ages • Adult Dual Program (Anxiety, • Worship services Sun 10:15 am
(877) 300-9101 • Ice skating shows depression, AODA) M-F 8:30am- • Sunday school 9:15
N5367 Mayflower Rd., • Hockey leagues 2:30pm am September to May
Shiocton, WI 54170 • Rent out rooms for parties • Adolescent Group (Anxiety,
1-877-300-9101 depression, behavioral) M-F 241. SALVATION ARMY
W3950 State Road 23, 235. RED CROSS CHAPTER 8:30am-2:30pm 3116 75th St.,
Fond Du Lac, WI 54937 HEADQUARTERS • Call for screening if interested in Kenosha, WI 53142
1-877-300-9101 2600 W. Wisconsin Ave., programs (262) 564-0286
916 Willard Drive, Ste. 100, Milwaukee, WI 53233 • Intensive Outpatient Program FAX: (262) 564-0290
Green Bay, WI 54304 (414) 342-8680 • Partial Hospitalization Program WEB: www.sakenosha.org
(877) 300-9101 WEB: HOURS: M 1pm-5:15pm; Tu/Th
446 Westhill Blvd. Ste 6, www.redcross.org/local/wisconsin 238. SAFE HARBOR HUMANE 8:30am-11:30am, 1pm-3:45pm;
Appleton, WI 54914 HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm SOCIETY SERVICES:
(877) 300-9101 SERVICES: 7811 60th Ave., • Food Pantry (M 1pm-5:15pm; Tu
FAX: (920) 531-2686 • Disaster relief services Kenosha, WI 53142 & Th 8:30am-11:30am, 1-3:45pm;
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • Health and safety education (262) 694-4047 F CLOSED)- provides assistance
SERVICES: • Services to armed forces EMAIL: every 30 days, must have photo
• Residential care center for [email protected] ID, proof of residency, members
delinquent boys (New London) 236. RIGHT AT HOME eSociety.org of the household
• Youth and Family Counseling 6044 8th Ave. WEB: • Bread, fruits and vegetables daily
Services (Glendale & West Bend) Kenosha, WI 53143 www.SafeHarborHumane.com as available
• Transitional group home (262) 654-5410 HOURS: M/Tu/F 1pm-6pm; Th • Bread Sat 10am-11pm;
• Treatment foster care FAX: (262) 654-5415 1pm-7pm; Sat/Sun 12pm-5pm • Provides supplies for other
• Accepts vehicle donations (800) WEB: SERVICES: household needs such as clothing,
RAWHIDE www.kenosharacine.rightathome.n • Animal adoption cleaning products, hygiene
et • New low-cost vaccine clinic- products, household goods as
234. REC PLEX HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm open to the public, offered once a available
9900 Terwall Ter., SERVICES: month • Pet food pantry available every
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 • Home care services including • Volunteer opportunities (must be 30 days
(262) 947-0437 cooking, light housework, laundry, at least 16 yrs old) • Holiday toy shop
FAX: (262) 947-0809 medication reminders, and • Low cost spay/neuter M-Th by • Rental assistance as available
WEB: www.recplexonline.com companionship appointment • Utility assistance per funding
HOURS: M-F 4:30am-10pm, Sat. • Personal care • Transportation assistance
6am-8pm, Sun 7am-6pm • Caring Right at Home –quarterly 239. SAFE HAVEN-SHELTER & including bus passes, bus tokens
SERVICES: newsletter for adult care giving FAMILY EMERGENCY and gas cards
• Fitness center for all ages, 1030 Washington Ave. (Main • Car repair grant if qualified
children and adults 237. ROGERS MEMORIAL office) • Church services Sunday 11am
• Provides child/youth activities HOSPITAL TREATMENT CENTER Racine, WI 53403 • Youth group Wednesdays 5pm
such as baseball, softball, soccer, 9916 75th St., (262) 637-9559 • Women's ministry Tuesdays
basketball, swimming lessons Kenosha, WI 53142 FAX: (262) 632-8758 1:30pm
• School readiness program and (262) 942-4000 Racine, WI 53043 • Disaster assistance
swimming lessons for preschool WEB: www.rogersbh.org EMAIL:
age HOURS: M-F 8am-9pm [email protected] 242. SAXONY MANOR
• Social/recreational programs for SERVICES: 1850 22nd Ave.,
people with disabilities- Friday • Mental health care for children & WEB: www.safehavenofracine.org Kenosha, WI 53140
Night Out, Saturday respite, and adolescents HOURS: 24hrs/day (262) 551-9005
SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
• Youth shelter for abused, SERVICES:
homeless, or runaway youth age • Senior age 62+ subsidized
10-17 housing
• Middle school engagement • Heat, electric, and water
program included
• Sisterhood group ages 5-7 @ • Small pets allowed with extra
COP house Th 4:30pm deposit
• Sisterhood group ages 13-17 @
COP House Th 5-6 243. SCOTT CARNEY
• Guys group ages 10-17 @ COP CONSULTING
House Mon- Tues 4:30 - 6:30 pm 618 55th St, Suite L7,
• Homework Haven ages 10-17 M- Kenosha, WI 53140
W 3-5:30pm (262) 620-9057
• Bridge to Independence EMAIL: [email protected]
program: rapid re-housing ages SERVICES
18-24
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Bridges Community Center outing to Miller Park. • Skilled nursing care loss
• Rehabilitation- speech, held in - Saxony Manor
• Resources for addiction and (262) 298-5535 occupational, and physical Community Room
recovery for those addicted and WEB: www.thesharingcenter.net therapy 1850 22nd Ave., Kenosha
their loved ones OFFICE HOURS: M 9am-3pm; W • IV antibiotic therapy, Contact: Tami (262) 925-6097
• Recognizing when someone 9am-4pm; F 9am-12 pm TPN, tracheostomy care, Meet Monthly - First Wednesday
needs help SERVICES: lymph edema treatment of every month 1:30pm - 3pm
• Assistance finding a quality • Provides assistance to Topics: For those with any degree
treatment program households in western Kenosha 251. SILVER CREST APTS of vision loss. Give insight into
• Navigating through the treatment County 630 S Cogswell Dr., living with a visual impairment &
process • Food pantry M 12pm-2pm; W Silver Lake, WI 53170 provide resources for anyone with
• Establishing a support system 2pm-4pm; F 9am-11am; Weekend (262) 843-2070 vision loss.
after treatment and evening by requeSt., • Holiday HOURS: MWF 8:00am- Stand for Independence
meal programs 4:30pm Grassroots Advocacy Group held
244. SELAH FREEDOM HOUSE • Holiday assistance, household SERVICES: in
Contact [email protected] goods, clothes, and school supply • Senior age 62+ and Kenosha office the 2nd & 4th
SERVICES: distributions disabled of any age Thursday of the month 10am -
• Safehouse in Kenosha for • Information on community subsidized housing 11:30am Topics: Local concerns,
individuals that have become resources • Heat and water included Community Advocacy, Legislative
involved in sex • Senior dining site • Senior complex and issues, Transportation,
trafficking. Support provided in family complex Accessibility Barriers.re
multiple ways 248. SHEPHERDS MINISTRIES information or funding options
1805 15th Ave., Union Grove, WI 252. SOCIAL CLUB FOR THE contact: Pauline Lorenz
245. SHALOM CENTER 53182 BLIND Phone: (262) 637-9128
4314 39th Ave., (262) 878-5620 Meets at St Mary’s Lutheran Phone: (800) 378-9128
Kenosha, WI 53144 WEB: Church Email: [email protected]
(262) 658-1713 www.shepherdsministries.org 2001 80th St., Topics: Advocacy, Soft Skills,
FAX: (262) 657-6914 for college info: Kenosha, WI 53143 Technology, Financial Literacy,
WEB: www.shalomcenter.org www.shepherdscollege.edu` (262) 694-0513 Relationship & Self-Care
HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm SERVICES: CONTACT: Judy Malek SERVICES:
SERVICES: • Respite care • Complete applications
• Soup Kitchen daily 5pm-6pm • Career training/educational HOURS: Meets 3rd Mon of the for WisLoan +Telework. These are
• 24 hr Homeless Shelter provides programs for people with month 7-8pm statewide alternative loan
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (262) developmental disabilities SERVICES: programs that allow Wisconsin
658-1713 Ext. 130 • Social club for people with visual residents with disabilities to
• Emergency family shelter for up 249. SHERIDAN MEADOWS impairments finance assistive technology,
to 9 families for 30-45 days. 921 82nd St., • Transportation available home modifications, or equipment
Families receive daily support Kenosha, WI 53143 • Call for hours and additional needed to become self-employed
(262) 656-0727 program information or to work from home. Loan
246. SHALOM CENTER FOOD HOURS: M-TH 10am-2pm amount range from $500 to
PANTRY SERVICES: 253. SOCIAL SECURITY $50,000.
4314 39th Ave., • Subsidized family housing ADMINISTRATION • Helps people to obtain disability
Kenosha, WI 53143 • 2- & 3-bedroom units 5624 6th Ave., related items/modifications with a
(262) 658-1713 Ext 100 • Waiting list Kenosha, WI 53140 loan at 6.5% and other funding
HOURS: M/W/F 8:30am-9:30am; (866) 334-4997 sources
10am-11:30am; 1pm-2:30pm 250. SHERIDAN MEDICAL FAX: (262) 656-7847 • ADA Education & Assessment:
SERVICES: COMPLEX WEB: www.ssa.gov Offers training on the ADA, staff
• Individualized help to select food 8400 Sheridan Rd., HOURS: M/Tu/Th/F 9am-4pm also perform compliance &
items Kenosha, WI 53143 SERVICES: technical assessments
• Accepts donations M-F 9am- (262) 658-4141 • Takes applications for • Assistive Technology: Has over
4pm FAX: (262) 658-0618 disability/insurance 1,000 items available for
OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm • Retirement benefits demonstration & loan from the
247. SHARING CENTER, INC VISITING HOURS: M-F 8am-7pm; • Supplemental Security Try-Out Program
25700 Wilmot Rd HWY C, Sat/Sun 9:30am-3pm Income/SSI • Benefits Counseling: Staff assist
Trevor, WI 53179 SERVICES: • Survivor benefits in securing or retaining financial &
medical benefits.
254. SOCIETY'S ASSETS, INC • Bill Paying Assistance:
Kenosha County: Assistance with managing bills,
5455 Sheridan Rd, Ste. 101, checkbook, and mail
Kenosha, WI 53140 • Care/Service Coordination:
Phone: (262) 657-3999 Personalized services manage
Phone: (800) 317-3999 resources for medical, financial,
Phone: (866) 840-9762 TTY social, spiritual, and emotional
Fax: (262) 657-1672 needs
Racine County: • Companionship & Respite:
5200 Washington Ave., Ste. 225, Brighten the day with a visit, read
Racine, WI 53406 to client, do activities, converse,
Phone: (262) 637-9128 or offer friendly company
Phone: (800) 378-9128 • Disability Awareness Programs:
Phone: (866) 840-9761 TTY Available to speak to
Fax: (262) 637-8646
GROUPS: continued
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Parents in the Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency’s Teaching Kitchen portlighthouserc/ Special Olympics organizations
SERVICES: • Sports program for people with
organizations, groups, schools Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 • Social Club for people developmental and physical
about understanding & interacting (262) 657-6453 recovering from substance use disabilities
with people with disabilities FAX: (262) 671-5013 • Daily and Scheduled social
• Home Health Services - Nurse & EMAIL: events 261. SPECTRUM HEALTHCARE
home health aide services [email protected] • Supportive environment and 1114 56th St.,
• Household Assistance - WEB: www.sonnenbergllc.com encouragement of peers Kenosha, WI 53140
Experienced staff clean & do SERVICES: • Heroin Anonymous Group or
laundry, shop for groceries, & • In-home and clinic based ABA 4109 67th St (Oakwood Clinical
prepare meals services 258. SOUTHPORT Associates) Kenosha, WI 53142
• Housing & Home Modification - • Specialty school TRANSPORTATION 414-304-5713
Assist with locating accessible, • Social Group W 4:30pm-6:30pm 6606 34th Ave., FAX: 414-304-5721
affordable housing, information Kenosha, WI 53142 HOURS:
about home modifications, and 256. SOUTHEAST REGIONAL (877) 792-8171 WEB: www. spectrumcares.com
low interest loans CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND (262) 564-8354 SERVICES:
• Independent Living Skills YOUTH WITH SPECIAL HEALTH (262) 658-3674 • Provides medically assisted
Training - Assess individual's CARE NEEDS HOURS: daily 5am-10pm or by treatment for substance use
needs, teach money management, 9000W Wisconsin Ave., appt disorders including Suboxone and
pre-vocational skills, utilizing Wauwatosa, WI 53226 SERVICES: Vivitrol
transportation & other community (414) 266-6333 • Medical Transportation services • Assessment and evaluation of
resources (800) 234-5437 for seniors and people with treatment needs
• Individual & Systems Advocacy - WEB: disabilities • Individual and group therapy
People with disabilities learn to www.southeastregionalcenter.org • Strictly Ambulatory • Prevention and diversion
advocate for themselves, groups EMAIL: [email protected] • Accepts Medicaid for interventions
meet regularly HOURS: 9am-5pm M-F transportation to medical • Accepts many insurances
• Information & Referral - SERVICES: appointments including Medicaid
Resource for information about • Aids families with children from
any topic related to living with birth to age 21 with long term, 259. SPECIAL OLYMPICS OF 262. SPINA BIFIDA WISCONSIN
disability chronic, physical, developmental, KENOSHA LTD
• Peer Support - Staff & trained psychological, behavioral, or (Contact through Kenosha Human 830 N 109th St Ste 6,
volunteers who have personally emotional illnesses or conditions Development Services) Wauwatosa, WI 53226
experienced a disability provide • Information and referral to local CONTACT: Cathy Lewis (414) 607-9061
support, encouragement, & resources, Facts for Families 5407 8th Ave., EMAIL: [email protected]
guidance documents Kenosha, WI 53140 WEB: www.sbwis.org
• Personal Care Services -Assist • Fax and copying services (262) 764-8555 HOURS: call for appt
individuals with getting up & HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm SERVICES:
going to bed, bathing, dressing, • Consultation services for EMAIL: [email protected] • Resource and referral
eating, medication reminders families with children that are SERVICES: • Annual fund-raising events
• Student Support -Train inpatient • Sports program for people with • Statewide social events
students to be an active member • Sponsors professional and developmental and physical • Financial assistance
of their IEP (Individualized family training opportunities and disabilities
Education Program) & transition support groups (through • Softball, basketball, swimming, 263. SPROUTS PLAYGROUPS
teams, Annual scholarship awards Children's Hospital) track and field, bowling, and (KAC)
• Transportation Information - • Volunteer opportunities (through bocce ball 1218 79th St.,
Assist people with locating Children's Hospital) • Participants must be out of Kenosha, WI 53143
specialized transportation school and over 18 (262) 658-9500
services, vehicle modifications 257. SOUTHPORT LIGHTHOUSE • Individuals with cognitive FAX: (262) 764-0751
ramps & lifts RECOVERY CLUB disabilities that are age 13 or HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
• Representative Payee Program 8017 Sheridan Rd. older, and they can still be in Web: thekac.com
(Racine office only) Kenosha, WI 53143 school are welcomed SERVICES:
262-653-9800 • Loan closet
255. SONNENBERG HOURS: M-F 6pm-10pm, Sat 260. SPECIAL OLYMPICS OF • Social/recreation program-
CONSULTANTS LLC. 4pm-close, Sun 5pm-close WISCONSIN professionally-facilitated
10450 72nd Ave., WEB: 6100 Washington Ave playgroups for children with
https://www.facebook.com/south Racine, WI 53406 developmental disabilities
(262) 598-9507 • Parenting- education
(800) 924-4320 opportunities
FAX: (262) 598-9509
EMAIL: Troy Anderson, Regional 264. ST JOSEPH'S HOME AND
Director of REHABILITATION CENTER
[email protected] 9244 29th Ave.,
wisconsin.org Kenosha, WI 53143
Brittany NeuKirchen, Regional (262) 694-0080
Director of FAX: (262) 694-0148
[email protected] WEB: www.stjosephshome.com
olympicswisconsin.org CONTACT PERSON: Asi Schmid-
WEB: Dondero at 262-925-8101
www.specialolympicswisconsin.or HOURS: 24 hrs
g SERVICES:
HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm • Skilled nursing facilities available
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Aerobics at the Kenosha Senior Center EMAIL: Kenosha, WI 53143
[email protected] (262) 657-2142 x127
694-5550 and relocating families to meet HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm CONTACT: Sandra Malone
• Rehabilitation Services their needs and access services SERVICES: HOURS: M- Th 9am-9pm, F 9am-
• Owned and operated by the • Children's clothing closet • Counseling to tenants and 2pm (Call ahead)
Carmelite Sisters • Religious services landlords on their rights and SERVICES:
responsibilities including repairs, • Support group for women who
265. ST MARY'S CATHOLIC 268. SUE PANGER & ending a lease, subletting, have had difficulty parenting due
CHURCH ASSOCIATES COUNSELING & eviction, discrimination, and to their alcohol or drug use
7307 40th Ave., CONSULTATION security deposits • Encourage individual
Kenosha, WI 5314 811 60th St #2E development and growth
(262) 694-6018 Kenosha, WI 53140 272. TENDER TOUCH THERAPY • No charge
WEB: www.stmarycatholic.org (262) 652-9599 5219 88th Ave., • Transportation provided
SERVICES: FAX: (262) 652-0009 Kenosha, WI 53144
• ELIZABETH'S CLOSET- Gives WEB: www.suepanger.com (262) 653-0850 275. THREE HARBORS COUNCIL
free baby items to those in need. HOURS: Su/M/Th closed T/W/F Kenosha Service Center and Scout
Enter under purple “welcome” flag 10:30-7pm Sat 8am-3pm call for Fax (262)653-0853 Shop
9-11 am; Usually the 1st Friday of appointment WEB: 7500 Green Bay Rd Ste LL101
the month. Note: After first visit SERVICES: www.tendertouchtherapyllc.com Kenosha, WI 53142
families can return every other • Marriage, family, and individual EMAIL: (262) 632-1655
month. Dates- Jan. 3, Feb. 7, counseling for a variety of issues [email protected] FAX: (262) 632-3596
March 6, April 3, May 1, June 5, • LGBT com WEB:
July 3, Aug. 7, Sept. 4, Oct. 2, • Mental health SERVICES: www.threeharborsscouting.org
Nov. 6, and Dec. 4th. Items: • Specializes in trauma • Occupational Therapy, Physical HOURS: M-F 9:30am-5pm
diaper, wipes, baby wash, Therapy andSpeech Therapy SERVICES:
shampoo, lotion, clothing, 269. SUICIDE PREVENTION • Durable MedicalEquipment • Prepares young people to make
blankets, formula, baby food, LIFESTYLE • Aquatic Therapy ethical and moral choices over
cereal, furniture (when available) (800) 273-8255 • (800) 784-2433 • Additional Programs: "Social their life time
• Religious Services SERVICES: Thinking" Pragmatic Group, • Includes leadership
• Counselors available 24/7 Handwriting without Tears, Watch development, team building
266. ST VINCENT DE PAUL • Free and confidential emotional me Grow, and Rockstar Kidz, Yoga activities, unit activities, and youth
STORE support to people in suicidal crisis and Fitness Class development
7531 30th Ave., or emotional distress • Camps throughout Wisconsin to
Kenosha, WI 53142 273. THE FLEET AND FAMILY build skills
(262) 764-1985 (store and food 270. TANGLEWOOD APTS SUPPORT CENTER
pantry) 3020 87th Pl., 525 Farragut Ave Bldg 26 Ste 300 276. THRIVE THERAPY
OFFICE HOURS: Th & F 1-3 Kenosha, WI 53142 Great Lakes, IL 60088 SERVICES
STORE HOURS: M-Sat 9am-7pm (262) 694-6001 (847) 688-3603 x100 7530 39th Ave.,
EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY: M- HOURS: Sept-May 8:30am- (888) 231-0714 x100 Kenosha, WI 53142
Sat 9am-7pm 5pm/June-Aug 8am-4:30pm WEB: Phone: 262-997-9411
SERVICES: SERVICES: https://www.cnic.navy.mil/GreatLa Email:
• Thrift shop for clothing and • Senior age 62+ and people with kes/Families/index.htm [email protected]
household items disabilities of any age subsidized HOURS: M-F 7:30am-4pm, appts Services:
• Donations accepted apartments and walk-ins accepted Specializes in treating individuals,
• Emergency Food Pantry- No • Heat & electric included SERVICES: couples and families and offer
longer require identification or • Laundry facilities on site • Services limited to active duty comprehensive services dealing
voucher • Community activities military and their eligible family with:
members, retired military • Depression
267. ST. MARK'S OUTREACH 271. TENANT RESOURCE members and their eligible family • Anxiety
CENTER CENTER members, and eligible Reservists • ADHD/Behavioral Issues
7117 14th Ave., 1202 Williamson St Ste 102 and Guard members only* • Spiritual Support
Kenosha, WI 53143 Madison, WI 53703 • Counseling- individual, couples, • Anger Management
(262)656-7370 (877) 238-7368 (Outside Dane family, children (ages 6 and up), • Women's Issues
HOURS: Open to the community County) sexual assault, victims of • Parenting
M-F 9am-5pm (608)-657-0006 (Dane domestic violence advocacy, post • Relationships
SERVICES: County)WEB: traumatic stress, and women’s • Increased life satisfaction
• Helps new Hispanic immigrants tenantresourcecenter.org issues Accepting new patients with
• Life Skills Education- Medicaid/Medicare
communication, stress and anger
management, parenting skills, 277. TLS VETERANS
deployment preparation, return 5330 W. Elm St.,
and reunion, and assertiveness McHenry, IL 60050
training (815) 529-4080- Sean Merchant
• Support Services- new parents, [email protected]
spouses, deployment and (224) 634-0029 Ryan Jacobsen
mobilization, career counseling [email protected]:
and employment services, www.tlsveterans.org
financial planning, and SERVICES:
information and referral • Supportive Services for Veteran
Families.
274. THE T.H.E.R.E.S.A. GROUP • Case management to obtain VA
Professional Services Group
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Members of the Kenosha Senior Center showing off their knitting and crochet skills. • Parenting education- to promote 290. VILLA CIERA APARTMENTS
healthy families 1940 27th Ave.,
benefits, housing, employment, • For residents living west of I-94 • Community development Kenosha, WI 53140
financial planning, and • ID, proof of address and income • Child/youth activities, 4-H clubs (262) 597-5430 • (262) 945-7110
representative payee services needed HOURS: M-F 8am-4pm
• Financial assistance for 285. UNIVERSITY OF SERVICES:
emergency shelter, rent 282. UMOS WISCONSIN - PARKSIDE • Accepts Section 8 vouchers
assistance, security deposit, utility 1330 52nd St (inside Boys & Girls 900 Wood Rd PO Box 2000, • Affordable senior apartments for
connection/fees, car repairs, Club) Kenosha, WI 53141 age 62+
moving costs and child care Kenosha, WI 53140 (262) 595-2345
(262) 657-2170 (262) 595-2355 admissions 291. VILLA NOVA APARTMENTS
278. TOTAL HOME HEALTH, INC FAX: (262) 564-8680 (262) 595-2610 disability services 2401 18th St.,
21707 N Randall Rd., Ste. 100, WEB: www.umos.org FAX: (262) 595-2202 Kenosha, WI 53140
Elgin, IL 60123 EMAIL: [email protected] EMAIL: [email protected] (262) 551-7255
(800) 834-4234 HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm WEB: www.uwp.edu Site phone number: (262) 551-
VA Services: (888) 559-2323 SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm 8255
FAX: (847) 931-7138 • Energy assistance to Kenosha SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm
EMAIL: County residents • 41 undergraduate majors, 49 SERVICES:
[email protected] • Assistance with furnace repair minors, 37 certificates • Subsidized housing for seniors
HOURS: M-F 8am-5pm and weatherization • 6 masters programs age 62+ or age 50+ with a
SERVICES: • Assistance for migrant workers • Adult learner programs disability
• Sells medical equipment and • On-line degree completion
supplies 283. UNITED WAY OF KENOSHA • Athletics and cultural 292. VILLAGE PLAZA
COUNTY programming APARTMENTS
279. TRANSITIONAL LIVING 5500 6th Ave Ste 210, 25166 72nd St.,
CENTER Kenosha, WI 53140 286. VA - GREAT LAKES Paddock Lake, WI 53168
482 S Pine (262) 658-4104 HEALTHCARE SYSTEM (262) 843-4372
Burlington, WI 53105 FAX: (262) 997-1404 8207 22nd Ave., HOURS: by appt
(262) 767-1478 EMAIL: Kenosha, WI 53143 SERVICES:
INTAKE HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm [email protected] 262) 653-9286 • Seniors age 62+ & legally
SERVICES: WEB: www.kenoshaunitedway.org (800) 273-8255 Veterans crises disabled subsidized housing
• Emergency shelter for women HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm line (press 1) • Independent living
and children in western Racine SERVICES: WEB: www.lovell.fhcc.va.gov • Charges 30% of household
and Kenosha Counties for 10-30 • Funding organization to promote HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm income
days community resource development SERVICES:
• Transitional housing 10 to 90 and outcome measurement • Medical care, psychiatric care, 293. VISITING PHYSICIANS
days for single parents and • Volunteer opportunities at audiology and lab testing for ASSOCIATION
families getconnected.kenoshaunitedway.o veterans 2514 S 102nd St Ste 160
rg West Allis, WI 53227
280. TUSCAN VILLA • VITA-Income Tax Assistance 287. VETERANS CRISIS LINE (414) 255-0300 • (800) 839-6583
APARTMENTS Program for individuals who (800) 273-8255 Press 1 Fax (414) 543-9601
8051 25th Ave., make under $54,000 CONFIDENTIAL CHAT: HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm
Kenosha, WI 53140 VeteransCrisisLine.net WEB: www.visitingphysicians.com
OFFICE: (262) 551-7255 284. UNIVERSITY OF CONFIDENTIAL TEXT: 838255 SERVICES:
OnSite Phone: (262) 652-0003 WISCONSIN - EXTENSION ERVICES: • In home healthcare
SERVICES: KENOSHA COUNTY • Call/Text if feeling/thinking about • Visiting doctors and nurse
• Senior subsidized housing age 19600 75th St Ste 2, suicide practitioners
62+ or age 50+ with a disability Bristol, WI 53104 • Accepts Medicare and Medicaid
(262) 857-1945 288. VETERANS HOMELESS
281. TWIN LAKES AREA FOOD FAX: (262) 857-1998 SERVICES 294. VIVENT (FORMERLY
PANTRY, INC EMAIL: 1-877-4Aid-Vet KNOWN AS THE AIDS RESOURCE
St. John's Catholic Church [email protected] 1/877/424-3838 CENTER OF WISCONSIN
701 N Lake Avenue WEB: kenoshacounty.uwex.edu HOURS: 24 hours a day 1212 57th St.,
Twin Lakes, WI HOURS: M-F 8am-12pm, 1pm- WWW.VA.gov/homeless Kenosha, WI 53140
53181 5pm SERVICES: (262) 657-6644
(262) 877-8228 SERVICES: • Serves veterans who are FAX: (262) 657-6949
HOURS: Tu/W 10am-noon; 2nd • Adult education homeless or at imminient risk of HOURS: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
Tuesday of every month 7-8pm; • Agricultural and horticultural being homeless to secure housing WEB: www.arcw.org
closed holidays and school services and education or obtain help to obtain a job or SERVICES:
closings • Gardening/landscaping other supports to maintain • Provides information on AIDS
SERVICES: instruction housing no matter when or how and other disease/disability
• Food pantry • Nutrition education the served. information
• Provides clinical trials, HIV
289. VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH testing, and Hepatitis C testing
3401 Springbrook Rd., • Offers medical care
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 • Peer support groups in
(262) 694-7531 Milwaukee
SERVICES: • Social workers
• Food Pantry: attend Sunday 6pm • Dental service in Milwaukee and
service and speak to the staff Green Bay
afterwards to pick up food- no • Food pantry available for those
other requirements/documents who qualify for their services
needed
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Somers Elementary School principal Wendy Tindall helps a student participate in online available on website and live chat • Advocacy and support groups
for the aging/elderly
• Provides housing and legal FAX: (262) 653-8941 300. WESTERN KENOSHA • Pool table, Wii, internet access,
assistance EMAIL: [email protected] COUNTY TRANSIT fitness room with equipment
• Prevention services: Needle watersedge.comHOURS: M-F (888) 203-3498 geared for seniors
exchange and condom 8am-4pm, Suggested visiting HOURS: M-F 5:45am-7:15pm • Educational classes
distribution hours 8am-8pm WEB:
• Training in the use of Narcan SERVICES: www.co.kenosha.wi.us/countytran 304. WI AWAKEN
• Free Fentanyl Test Strips • Skilled nursing facilities sit.html LOCATION - 700 N. Pine Street,
• Rehabilitation including SERVICES: Burlington, WI 53105
295. VOLUNTEER physical, occupational, speech, • Two bus routes providing MAILING - PO Box 189,
TRANSPORTATION SERVICE and respiratory therapy transportation between South Burlington, WI 53105
7730 Sheridan Rd., • Respite, hospice, and Port Plaza (eastern boundary) and (262) 342-5188
Kenosha, WI 53143 tracheostomy care Twin Lakes (western boundary) FAX: (844) 247-2735
(262) 842-7433 • $2 one way EMAIL:
WEB: www.kafasi.org 298. WE ENERGIES • Riders may request a specific [email protected]
HOURS: M-F 8am-3:30pm 231 W Michigan St., stop along the route WEB: www.wiawaken.com
SERVICES: Milwaukee, WI 53203 • Door-to-door service for $5 one HOURS: By appointment with
• Transportation for seniors 60+ (800) 242-9137 Customer Service way with reservation in advance. clinician
or persons with disabilities who (800) 662-4797 Power Discount for people with physical SERVICES:
can get in or out of the vehicle outage/emergency hotline and cognitive disabilities. • Mental health
with little assistance (Services not (800) 261-5325 Natural gas • Unlimited rides for $20 monthly • Addictions counseling
wheelchair accessible) leak/emergency hotline pass • Co-parenting
• Volunteer opportunities WEB: www.we-energies.com • Help with boarding and • Reunification counseling
• Trips less than 10 miles one way SERVICES: disembarking upon request • Recovery coaches
for $4.50- Round trip $9 • Budget billing and payment • Domestic Violence cessation
• First 25 miles calculated at.75 plans to qualified customers 301. WESTOSHA HEAD START • Case management
cents/mile, then .50 cents/mile, • Help others with their energy 30100 Wilmot Rd PO Box 57,
require 2-3 day notice bills with the Gift of Energy or by Wilmot, WI 53192 305. WI FACETS
making a donation to Keep (262) 862-6168 (WISCONSIN FAMILY
296. WALKIN IN MY SHOES Wisconsin Warm Fund FAX: (262) 862-6243 ASSISTANCE CENTER FOR
2211 50th St., SERVICES: EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND
Kenosha, WI 53140 299. WELL BADGER RESOURCE • Free preschool program for SUPPORT INC)
WEB: www.walkininmyshoes.org CENTER children of western Kenosha 600 W. Virginia St. Ste 501,
OFFICE HOURS: Tu/Th 10am-2pm (800) 642-7837 24/7 County Milwaukee, WI 53204
by appt only TEXT: (608) 360-9328 • Partners with school district and (414) 374-4645 Statewide
SERVICES: E-MAIL: [email protected] service agencies to help children (877) 374-0511
• Street outreach program WEB: be ready for Kindergarten WEB: www.wifacets.org
provides survival packs to street https//community.wellbadger.org • Healthy meals and snacks HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm
homeless youth, men, women, HOURS: M/F 7am-6pm provided SERVICES:
and children and connects them SERVICES: • 4K can attend head start in • Information & referral to
to community social service • PARENT SPECIALISTS (for conjunction with their boundary resources for families of children
providers. parents of children with special school with disabilities related to K-12
• Homeless Youth Drop-In Center needs) school issues
available to youth of all ages. Call • Statewide information and 302. WESTOSHA LAKES • Training for parents, students,
emergency phone at (262) 914- referral to local healthcare CHURCH and professionals related to IDEA
2077 to ensure access and resources for children and with 24823 74th St., and development for better
transportation. special healthcare needs Paddock Lake, WI 53168 outcomes for students with
• Referral based program • Referrals to local (262) 843-1948 disabilities
healthcare resources for adults WEB: • Support groups based out of
297. WATERS EDGE receiving WIC, BadgerCare and www.westoshalakeschurch.com Milwaukee office
REHABILITATION AND CARE Wisconsin Well Woman SERVICES: • Support for families
CENTER insurance • Food pantry 2nd Sat. of each
3415 Sheridan Rd., • Central directory for services for month, please call to register 306. WINDSONG VILLAGE
Kenosha, WI 53140 Wisconsin's Birth-3 Program APARTMENTS
(262) 657-6175 • Online resource directory 303. WESTOSHA SENIOR 7101 104th Ave.,
CENTER Kenosha, WI 53142
19200 93rd St (Hwy C) (262) 942-1650
Bristol, WI 53104 EMAIL:
(262) 891-3436 [email protected]
(262) 358-5554 HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm
EMAIL: SERVICES:
[email protected] • Moderate income restricted, rent
om controlled, housing
WEB: • Accepts section 42 tax credit
www.westoshaseniorcenter.com
HOURS: M-F 9am-4pm 307. WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION
SERVICES: OF THE DEAF
• Wellness, social, and P.O. Box 70756,
recreational programs for seniors Madison, WI 53707
• Bingo, exercise class, line EMAIL: [email protected]
dancing, crafting, trips, painting, WEB:www.wisdeaf.org
and ceramics
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SERVICES: • Speakers to groups for ENCEPHALOMYELITIS/CHRONIC Kenosha, WI 53144
• Provides information on information on vision loss and FATIGUE SYNDROME (262) 551-7555
resources specific to adaptation.Newsletters and ASSOCIATION EMAIL: [email protected]
deafness/hard of hearing catalogs available on request. 1223 W Main St Box 141, WEB: www.eteamz.com/wsll
• Advocacy for individuals with • Volunteer opportunities Sun Prairie, WI 53590 HOURS: M-F 3pm-9pm
hearing loss to state agencies and (608) 834-1001 Main office, SERVICES:
the legislature 310. WISCONSIN COUNCIL ON Theresa Ulrich • Little league baseball team for
• Web site posts local chapter PROBLEM GAMBLING EMAIL:[email protected] individuals with developmental
newsletter for the Racine- 1585 Allouez Ave., WEB:www.wicfs-me.org disabilities, ADHD, autism,
Kenosha Club of the Deaf and Green Bay, WI 54311 SERVICES: blindness, deafness, and physical
other social outings and fund (800) 426-2535 • (920) 437-8888 • Publishes quarterly newsletter disabilities -Ages 4 to 18, up to
raisers TEXT LINE: (920) 799-4080 "Lifeline"Free informational 21 if still a student
FAX: (920) 437-8995 packages available upon requeSt., • Softball for special needs adults
308. WISCONSIN BOARD FOR EMAIL: [email protected] • Information on Myalgic ages 15 and above
PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL problemgamblers.org Encephalomyelitis/Chronic
DISABILITIES WEB:www.wi- Fatigue Syndrome disease, Lyme 317. WISCONSIN TALKING BOOK
101 E Wilson St Rm 219, problemgamblers.org, disease, XMRV Virus, other AND BRAILLE LIBRARY
Madison, WI 53703 HOURS: call 24 hrs/day neurological auto-immune 813 W Wells St.,
(608) 266-7826 • (888) 332-1677 SERVICES: disorders, Milwaukee, WI 53233
FAX: (608) 267-3906 • Statewide agency provides disability, and ongoing medical (414) 286-3045 • (800) 242-8822
EMAIL: [email protected] information on the nearest research available EMAIL: [email protected]
WEB:www.wi-bpdd.org support group for gamblers and • Encourages communication WEB:dpi.wi.gov/talkingbooks
HOURS: M-F 8am- 4:30pm their family members among agencies, institutions, and (application for this service
SERVICES: • Provides information on individuals Promotes clinical located in the Eligibility and
• Agency dedicated to improve qualified treatment providers in research and improved medical Application link on left side of
independence, productivity, and your area treatment website)
integration for people with • Online chat available on the • Support groups, contacts, and HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm
developmental disabilities. website referrals. Leave a message, we SERVICES:
Advocate for Civil Rights and will get back to you within a • Provides audio books on tape
works with the legislature and 311. WISCONSIN DIVISION OF couple of days and in Braille for Wisconsin
state departments to develop COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS residents with low vision,
plans for systems change. Intake Office: 314. WISCONSIN NEUROPATHY blindness, or physical disabilities
• Produces many publications for 1212 60th St., CENTER, LLC, AFFILIATE OF which prevent them from reading
families for planning, advice and Kenosha, WI 53140 WEIL FOOT AND ANKLE standard print.
advocacy. (262) 653-7150 INSTITUTE • Application for this service is on
• Disabled Advocates WI Network HOURS: M/Tu 7:45am-4:30pm; W 10105 74th St Ste 101, the website at the bottom of the
(DAWN)- emails or mails 7:45am-4:30pm; Th/F 7:45am- Kenosha, WI 53142 page.
legislative updates and alerts to 4:30pm HOURS: M 9am-5pm; Tu-Th • Playback equipment available
individuals so that you may and 8am-5pm; F 9am-5pm; • Can request specific books or
advocate for measures with your 4911 88th Ave Ste C 7001 236th Ave DVDS, or they receive an
legislators. Kenosha, WI 53144 Paddock Lake, WI 53168 automatic selection of the types
• Advocates for people with (262) 653-6800 (262) 201-0714 of books they enjoy reading
developmental disabilities, fosters HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm HOURS: M 1pm-4:30pm; W 8am- Apple/Android app available: The
welcoming and inclusive and 2:30pm; F 9am-12pm Bard
communities, and improve the 1567 19th Ave., WEB: www.weil4feet.com
disability service system. Kenosha, WI 53140 SERVICES: 318. WISCONSIN TOBACCO
• Serves individuals based on (262) 551-5000 • Comprehensive foot care and QUITLINE
level of need FAX: (262) 551-5010 treatment using multiple 1-800-QUIT-NOW or
HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm therapeutic techniques and 1-800-784-8669
309. WISCONSIN COUNCIL OF SERVICES: surgical options if necessary SERVICES: medications,
THE BLIND AND VISUALLY • Probation and parole agency for • Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, materials, tips, and coaching to
IMPAIRED the community corrections private insurance, private pay quit using tobacco products
754 Williamson St., system • Dr. Cernak specializes in
Madison, WI 53703 Diabetic Neuropathy 319. WISCONSIN VETERANS
(608) 255-1166 312. WISCONSIN FAMILY TIES HOME
(800) 783-5213 16 N Carroll St Ste 230, Madison, 315. WISCONSIN OMBUDSMAN 21425 G Spring St., Union Grove,
FAX: (608) 255-3301 WI 53703 PROGRAM WI 53182
EMAIL: [email protected] (800) 422-7145 1402 Pankratz St Ste 111 (262) 878-6749
WEB: www.wcblind.org EMAIL: [email protected] Madison, WI 53704 WEB: www.wisvets.com
HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm WEB: www.wifamilyties.org (800) 815-0015 EMAIL: veterans.home-
SERVICES: HOURS: M-F 9am-5pm Fax: (608) 246-7001 [email protected]
• Provides referrals and SERVICES: WEB: [email protected] HOURS: M-F 7:45am-4:30pm
information on educational and • Parent run organization that CONTACT: Mary McKeown SERVICES:
rehabilitative programs to help provides a support network and HOURS: M-F 8am-4:30pm • 40-bed assisted living facility
individuals to live independently advocacy for other parents SERVICES: • 158-bed skilled nursing facility
after vision loss. • Provides referrals to resources • Advocacy (age 60+) for with memory care for mild to
• Sells assistive living devices at a for information on children with consumer rights/complaints moderate memory problems, 20-
low mark up to aid in social, emotional, behavioral, and pertaining to long term care bed secure memory care unit for
independence. substance abuse facilities severe memory problems,
• One free white cane every 2 issues/conditions and several wound-certified RNs on
years to individuals with vision of disease/disabilities 316. WISCONSIN SHORES staff, on-site medical director,
20/70 or less. LITTLE LEAGUE and rehabilitation services
313. WISCONSIN MYALGIC 4216 25th St., including speech, occupational,
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physical, music, and art (262) 652-9900 local 24 hour help teens Healthcare- All Saints Counseling
• For veterans, spouses of line • One-on-one advocacy Center
veterans, and surviving spouses FAX: (262) 656-3402 Other services: 1320 Wisconsin Ave., Racine, WI
• Works with Medicare, Medicaid, WEB: www.wchkenosha.org • Emergency Shelter for 30 53403
VA benefits, private insurance, and ADMIN HOURS: M-F 8:30am-5pm women and children up to 30 (414) 416-0775 for more
private pay SERVICES: days information
Domestic violence services: • Hispanic advocacy available (262) 687-2273 to set up an
320. WISCONSIN’S KENOSHA • 24 hr crisis line • Food, clothing, and household assessment
RACINE PARTNERS (WKRP) • Safety planning for staying at goods pantries for participants EMAIL: [email protected]
(888) 794-5820 home, leaving, safe exchange of • Legal advocacy (not attorneys) HOURS: M/Tu/Th/F 9am-3pm
FAX: (855) 293-1822 children, and stalking for restraining orders and SERVICES:
WEB: www.access.wi.gov • Transitional living program- 10 assistance with divorce, • Intensive outpatient treatment
HOURS: M-Th 8am-4pm, F 12pm- apartments specifically for separation, criminal court, and for women with substance abuse
4pm, closed holidays homeless victims of domestic child custody issues and mental health disorders
SERVICES: violence • Referrals to community • Developed from evidence-based
• Enrollment services and manage • Group support, parenting resources practices
benefits for FoodShare, Medicaid, classes, and child witness groups • Volunteer opportunities • Gender-specific treatment
BadgerCare Plus, Family Planning • Circle of change group for • Donations of clothing, furniture, program
Services, Childcare assistance, batterers and household items accepted • Childcare provided through
and Caretaker Supplement Sexual assault services: • Nifty Thrifty Resale Shop located HALO
• 24 hr crisis line and advocate at 4200 39th Ave, Kenosha, WI • Available to Kenosha and Racine
321. WOMEN & CHILDREN'S response to hospitals 53143 county residents
HORIZONS • Support groups for adults
2525 63rd St., molested as children and for non- 322. WOMEN OF WORTH
Kenosha, WI 53140 offending parent or caregiver of TREATMENT PROGRAM
(262) 656-3500 sexually abused children and Held at: Wheaton Franciscan
(800) 853-3503 24 hr help line

Addiction Treatment 3, 8, 10, 15, Area Agency on Aging 7 Child Care 59, 88, 93, 117, 168, Crohn's/Colitis 79 SERVICE INDEX
65, 74, 86, 108, 128, 134, 139, 184, 277, 320
158, 193, 226, 229, 237, 243, Arthritis 18 Deafness/Hearing Impaired
261, 322 Child Safety 151, 158 Services 1, 87, 121, 307
Assisted Living 48, 58, 123, 164,
Adoption 54, 57, 63 181, 186, 206, 319 Child/Youth Activities 43, 56, 99, Dental Services 95, 147, 151
111, 234, 284
Adult Education 13, 88, 91, 128, Assistive Technology 2, 254, 309 Developmental Disabilities children
159, 167, 202, 221, 269, 284 Clothing 91, 113, 114, 203, 247, 77, 93, 158, 211, 256, 263, 308
Athletic Leagues 43, 166, 259, 265, 266, 267, 296
Adult Protective Services 260, 316 Developmental Disabilities day
elderly/disabilities 7 Colleges/Universities 56, 109, 285 programs 55, 142, 216, 230
Autism information/education/
Advocacy aging/elderly 7, 9, 176, services 37, 61, 77, 90, 158, Community College 109 Developmental Disabilities
303, 315 202, 255, 256 education 202, 216, 248, 263,
Community Funds 283 308
Advocacy children/parent 312 Autism support groups 37, 142
Community Groups 160, 163, 194, Developmental Disabilities
Advocacy disabilities/disease Baby Items 265 284 residential facilities 172, 248
related 7, 11, 12, 85, 86, 89, 90,
131, 178, 195, 205, 254, 307, Better Business Bureaus consumer Convention Facilities/Rental 141, Developmental Disabilities
308 complaints 40, 50, 124 157 Resources 7, 47, 77, 89, 90, 92,
158, 248, 256, 299, 305, 308
Advocacy general/other 7, 50, 82, Bilingual Services 5, 57, 91, 147, Correctional Services 153, 231,
133, 179, 231, 321 221, 282 311 Developmental Disabilities
social/recreational programs 4,
After School Programs 43, 111, Blood Donor 136, 146 Counseling addiction/alcohol/ 51, 55, 81, 89, 90, 168, 216,
168 drug/gambling 3, 15, 20, 108, 234, 259, 260, 263, 272, 308,
Brain Injuries 128, 134, 139, 147, 171, 202, 316
Aging Resources 7, 144, 176, 202 information/education 44 207, 226, 237, 261, 304
Diabetes 167
Aids/HIV Information 151 Building Permits/Inspections 66 Counseling children 3, 28, 32, 57,
61, 62, 120, 130, 134, 171, 207, Disability Benefits/Information 7,
Alanon 8, 143, 240 Bus Passes 7, 71 215, 226, 233 86, 87, 158

Alateen 143 Camps 16, 37, 47, 60, 79, 81, 90, Counseling credit 140, 179 Disaster Relief 13, 133, 235, 241
92, 275
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling disease/disability 3, Disease/Disability Information
Services/Prevention 8, 42, 103, Cancer children 11, 16 26, 134, 202, 215, 217 developmental disabilities 7, 47,
128, 134, 158, 193, 210, 229, 77, 89, 90, 92, 256, 305, 308
274 Cancer information/education 11, Counseling family 3, 15, 20, 28,
26, 33, 107, 131 32, 42, 54, 57, 61, 62, 92, 97, Disease/Disability Information
Alcoholics Anonymous 8, 39, 51, 100, 110, 120, 130, 134, 147, disease/physical disabilities 7,
143, 240 Cancer support groups 11, 16, 171, 207, 215, 217, 226, 227, 11, 12, 16, 18, 44, 77, 79, 256,
26, 33, 131 233, 268, 273, 276 313
Alzheimers/Dementia assisted
living 48, 213, 319 Care Management aging, elderly, Counseling grief 15, 54, 130, 215, Disease/Disability Information
and physical 197, 254 217, 268 mental health 45, 60, 77, 158,
Alzheimers/Dementia information 195, 196, 256, 312
7, 9, 126 Care Management developmental Counseling mental health 3, 15,
disabilities 254 24, 28, 97, 100, 120, 130, 134, Domestic Violence 179, 273, 279,
Alzheimers/Dementia residental 139, 147, 199, 207, 215, 217, 321
facilities 38, 155 Care Management mental health 226, 227, 237, 268, 273, 276,
158, 226 304 Drinking/Drug Impaired Driver
Alzheimers/Dementia support Program 128, 207
groups 9 Caregiver Support 7, 9, 11, 16, County Legal Counsel 149
150, 202, 221 Elderly Benefits 7, 144
Anger Management support Crime Prevention 69, 70, 78, 103,
groups 3, 42, 45, 97, 171, 273 Cerebral Palsy 7, 47 154, 202, 220 Election Information 177

Animal Services 238, 241 Child Abuse protective services Crisis 123, 129, 158, 269, 287 Emergency Care 21, 35, 106, 107
150, 225, 226

Child Abuse reporting 150, 158


SERVICE INDEX Employee Rights Housing subsidized 17, 29, 68, 284, 304, 312 81, 142, 234, 252, 257, 259,
information/education 83 101, 102, 105, 138, 175, 182, 260, 316
188, 204, 242, 249, 251, 270, Payee Services 158, 254
Employment Assistance 43, 55, 280, 291, 292 Social/Recreational Programs
87, 88, 142, 205, 230, 231, 273, Personal Emergency Alert System general 76, 81, 84, 111, 166,
277 Housing Authority Kenosha 68 218 168, 174, 228, 234

Energy Assistance 277, 282, 298 Humane Society 238 Physical Disabilities Resources 2, Stroke information/education 12
7, 12, 18, 197
Epilepsy 92 Hygiene/Personal Care Items 241 Subsidized Housing 17, 29, 68,
Plasma Donation 136 101, 102, 133, 138, 156, 175,
Family Services 62, 97, 100, 144, Information and Referral 7, 9, 18, 182, 188, 204, 242, 249, 251,
225, 256, 305 37, 44, 45, 46, 59, 79, 86, 89, Poison Control 222 270, 280, 291, 292
124, 128, 133, 144, 158, 194,
Fire Department Kenosha 67 195, 196, 197, 198, 239, 247, Police Department 70, 220 Substance Abuse Assessments 3,
262, 267, 273, 275, 299, 309 128
Food Pantries 115, 241, 246, 247, Pregnancy options 54, 63, 219
266, 281, 289, 302 In-home Respite 125 Suicide Prevention 269
Pregnancy services/teen
Food Programs 5, 64, 75, 88, 113, Job Related Information 55, 87, pregnancy 54, 57, 63, 144, 219 Supervised Visitation 62, 128
115, 320 88, 231, 248
Psychiatric Services 14, 24, 96, Support Groups disease/disability
Foster Care Services 150, 158, Juvenile Diversion/Services 150, 108, 110, 134, 158, 226, 227, 9, 11, 26, 37, 44, 89, 92, 121,
226 153, 158, 233 286 122, 131, 197, 208, 256, 262,
305, 312
Gang Prevention/Street Outreach Lead Poisoning screening 151 Public Awareness/Education 7, 11,
42, 43, 103, 158, 226, 239 12, 13, 37, 44, 47, 92, 128, 133, Support Groups drug/alcohol 8,
Learning Disabilities 60, 178 158, 180, 194, 196, 197, 222, 42, 45, 65, 103, 128, 140, 143,
Gay/ Lesbian Resources 171, 180, 225, 262 145, 158, 257, 318, 322
217, 268 Legal Services 91, 149, 179, 321
Recreational Services 4, 168, 174 Support Groups mental health 45,
Grief 31, 122, 131, 140, 145, 215 Library 76, 228, 317 60, 65, 195, 196
Red Cross 235
Group Therapy 3, 31, 32, 42, 130, Licenses 81, 148 Support Groups other 31, 42, 45,
171, 207, 215 Rehabilitation 25, 30, 44, 46, 49, 65, 99, 131, 140, 145, 180, 208,
Literacy Programs 159 73, 93, 116, 132, 155, 167, 169, 209, 211, 212, 273, 274, 310,
Guardianship 7, 90, 158, 179 185, 250, 264, 272, 297, 309 313, 321
Loan Closet 7, 122, 158, 263
Head Start/Early Intervention 93, Religious/Spiritual Services 39, Swim Instruction 168, 234
165, 184, 230, 301 Low Income Housing 7, 122, 158, 51, 54, 64, 115, 140, 145, 221,
263 240, 265, 267, 289 Tax Information 127, 135, 283
Health and Safety Education 12,
235 Meal Programs 45, 64, 144, 163, Rent Assistance 105, 123, 158, Tenant/Landlord Rights 179, 271
245, 247, 301, 303 277
Health Care children 22, 23, 35, Transportation disabled 2, 71, 98,
106, 147, 151, 162, 173 Medicaid 5, 77, 88, 147, 189, 320 Residential Facilities 10, 38, 108, 104, 142, 144, 189, 192, 258,
172, 193, 205, 210, 213, 244 295, 300
Health Care prompt 19, 21 Medical Care 22, 23, 24, 34, 35,
82, 107, 110, 147, 167, 173, Resource Centers 7, 158, 225, Transportation emergency 183,
Health Care uninsured 5, 94, 147, 232, 286, 293, 294, 318 262, 299 192
151
Medical Equipment 2, 6, 30, 31, Respite 44, 47, 90, 131, 132, 248 Transportation medical 11, 104,
Health Care walk-in clinic 19, 21, 137, 272, 278, 294 142, 144, 170, 183, 189, 192,
34 Runaways 198, 239, 296 258, 295
Medicare Information 7, 85, 190,
Health Care women 21, 22, 23, 191 School Supplies 247 Transportation public 71, 170,
34, 106, 151, 162 198, 300
Medication Assistance 60, 91, 92, Section 8 Housing 17, 29, 68,
Health Care Specialties 21, 23, 24, 122, 125, 158, 200, 214, 236, 138, 182, 242, 290 Transportation social 71, 142,
25, 26, 27, 33, 34, 35, 36, 94, 254 144, 170, 258, 295, 300
106, 107, 151, 162, 237, 314 Senior Housing apartments 29,
Mental Health care management 58, 112, 119, 138, 156, 175, Tutoring 159
Hearing Impaired 158, 226 182, 188, 223, 224, 242, 251,
information/education 7, 121, 264, 270, 280, 290, 291, 292 Twelve Step Support Groups 8,
160 Mental Health counseling 3, 24, 51, 103, 140, 143, 209
32, 61, 97, 100, 130, 134, 171, Senior Housing assisted living 48,
Heart Disease 199, 207, 217, 226, 227, 237, 58, 164, 181, 186, 206, 213 Veteran's Programs 82, 90, 123,
information/education 12, 27 268, 273, 276 152, 235, 273, 277, 286, 287,
Senior Housing residential 288, 319
HIV Testing 151, 219 Mental Health residential facilities facilities 38, 155, 186
80, 172 Vision Care/Programs 36, 94, 160
Holiday Assistance 91, 241, 247 Senior Recreation 51, 144, 163,
Mental Health Resources 45, 60, 303 Visual Impairments 109, 160, 252,
Home Care Services 6, 30, 31, 46, 86, 129, 158, 195, 196, 199 309, 317
125, 126, 131, 167, 169, 236, Service Options developmental
254, 293 Mentoring Programs adult/child disabilities 7 Volunteer Opportunities 13, 41,
41 90, 114, 144, 238, 239, 256,
Homeless Programs 64, 91, 105, Service Options mental health 266, 283, 295, 309, 321
117, 158, 198, 239, 245, 279, Museum/Historical 84, 141, 157, 158
296 161 W-2 88
Service Options physical
Hospice Care 31, 122, 131, 297 Native American Services 110 disabilities 7 Water/Sewer 72, 151

Hotlines crisis, adult 158, 212 Neighborhood Services/Programs Sexual Assault 273, 321 Weatherization Programs 75, 282
66, 69, 201
Hotlines crisis, juvenile 158, 198 Shelters 117, 239, 244, 245, 279, Weight Loss 209
Nursing in-home care 30, 31, 46, 321
Household Items 91, 114, 203, 131, 167, 254 Wellness Programs 35, 75, 110,
241, 266 Sheriff's Department 154 209, 303
Nursing Homes 49, 73, 116, 132,
Housing disabled 53, 68, 80, 102, 155, 185, 250, 264, 297, 319 Sign Language /Instruction/ WIC 75
138, 156, 175, 188, 242, 251, Interpretation 121
270, 280, 291, 292 OB-GYN 34, 35, 106 Women's Groups 45, 177, 274,
Social Security 253 321, 322
Housing low-income 53, 68, 105, Occupational Health 34
118, 123, 138, 182, 187, 188, Social/Recreational Programs Work Permits 83
204, 224, 270, 277 Outreach Programs 128 developmental disabilities 89,
90, 142, 234, 260, 316 Youth Development 41, 43, 81, 91,
Housing section 8 52, 68, 105, Parenting 37, 54, 59, 62, 63, 75, 111, 168, 233, 234, 272, 275,
112, 156, 251, 306 128, 144, 151, 211, 212, 225, Social/Recreational Programs 284
226, 262, 263, 273, 274, 279, disabilities/disease related 45,

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SCREENING SAVES LIVES LOS EXAMENES SALVAN VIDAS

KCHC offers colorectal and breast KCHC ofrece exámenes colorrectales
screenings that are critical in early y mamarios que son críticos para la
detection and saving lives. detección temprana y para salvar vidas.

Unlike other cancers, symptoms of A diferencia de otros tipos de cáncer,
colorectal cancer can go unnoticed for los síntomas del cáncer colorrectal
months or years. That’s why adults 50+ pueden pasar desapercibidos durante
get screened. meses o años. Es por eso que los
adultos mayores de 50 años son
After the age of 40, all women evaluados.
are eligible for free breast cancer
screenings through their insurance or if Después de los 40 años, todas las
visiting a community health center that mujeres son elegibles para exámenes
offers free exams. de detección de cáncer de seno
gratuitos a través de su seguro o si
Make an appointment for a Screening visitan un centro de salud comunitario
at the KCHC TODAY! que ofrece exámenes gratuitos.

Haga una cita para una proyección en KHDS2020
el KCHC HOY!

www.kenoshachc.org/screening

262.425.5632 6226 14th Ave., Kenosha, WI 53143

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