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Throughout our 100-year history, Goodwill has responded to the needs of the community, and the same holds true today as we navigate through these unprecedented times due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Because our communities are so very important to us, Goodwill has taken the lead to provide you with essential information and links to community resources located in one place. We will update the list as we learn about additional services to help support you during these challenging times. This page is organized by state, county and resources such as:

Covid_iconCOVID-19 (e.g. Videos, articles, and  information regarding Corona Virus)

Financial_iconFinancial Resources (e.g. Utility assistance, mobile phone, internet provider information)

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs (e.g. Food pantry and shelter information)

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources (e.g. Employment and local Workforce Development information)

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources (e.g. Library, school district, domestic violence information)

Health_iconHealth and Well-being (e.g. Hospital, healthcare, stress relief information)

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources. (e.g. Religion worship, transportation, virtual tour information) 

This will allow you to find the information you need quickly.


How To Find The Resources You Need

  1. Choose your state
  2. Find your county
  3. Click on your county to see all of the resources available within your county.  

Wisconsin

Illinois

Dodge

Fond du Lac

Kenosha

Milwaukee
COVID-19
Financial Resources
Basic Needs
Job Search Resources
Health and Well-being
Additional Resources

Ozaukee

Racine

Rock

Sheboygan

Walworth

Washington

Waukesha

Cook
COVID-19
Financial Resources
Basic Needs
Job Search Resources
Health and Well-being
Additional Resources

DuPage

Kane

Kankakee

Kendall

Lake

Will

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cook-county-shapeCook

 

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Chicago City Government

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Cook County Government 
Unemployment Resources
800-244-5631

Salvation Army
The Salvation Army provides emergency assistance to help with mortgage/rent, utility bills, clothing, medication bills, and other needs in order to keep families in their homes
800-728-7825

LIHEAP
Utility Assistance
877-411-9276

AT&T

Comcast

Spectrum Internet
Spectrum is offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Suburban School Meal Plans
School districts throughout Cook County suburbs are providing meals to families in need

Housing Forward
Cook county housing program for homelessness. Offers permanent and supportive housing
708-338-1724.

Greater Chicago Food Depository
Food pantries and mobile programs available.
773-247-3663

Entry Point
Entry Point’s purpose is to ensure all people experiencing homelessness or who are at-risk of homelessness have fair and equal access to housing – regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, familial status, disability, actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identify, or marital status.
877-426-6515

Food Pantry Listing

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Metropolitan Chicago and Southeastern Wisconsin..

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Chicago Libraries
Locations closed but many online resources available.

Cook County School District
708-385-6800

Illinois Childhood Development

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Family Rescue
Breaking the cycle of domestic violence, 24/7 hotline crisis intervention, safe shelter & counseling
877-863-6338

Between Friends
Between Friends is dedicated to breaking the cycle of domestic violence and building a community free of abuse. Through our 24-hour helpline, counseling, and legal assistance, we provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals and families in crisis, while educating communities as part of the movement to end domestic violence.
800-603-4357

Sarah's Inn
Sarah’s Inn was founded in 1981 by a group of concerned women in River Forest and Oak Park, to address a lack of services for victims of domestic violence and their families. The agency has since grown to become one of the largest and most comprehensive domestic violence agencies serving Chicago and 22 surrounding West Cook County suburban communities.
708-386-4225

Neopolitan Lighthouse
Dedicated to promoting the safety, emotional, educational, and practical needs of abused women and their children. Neopolitan Lighthouse will work towards educating the public as well as the legal system on respecting the rights of victims of abuse.
773-722-0005

Westside Health Authority|
Emergency hotline and teams available to respond when called.
773-234-4783

Cook County Government
Sign up for text alerts - Text "alertcook" to 888-777
708-633-3319

Cook County Public Health Department

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

 



dodge-county-shapeDodge

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Salvation Army
920-304-9161

St. Vincent de Paul of Dodge County
123 Dodge Drive, Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-791-7158

Dodge County
Detailed list of support services and resources

AT&T

Comcast

Spectrum Internet
Spectrum is offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students

WHEAP

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Watertown Food Pantry
920-261-7226

St. Vincent de Paul of Dodge County
920-885-6971

City of Waupun Food Pantry
920-324-4000. Call hours may change due to COVID-19

The Gathering Place
209 S. Main St, Reeseville, WI 53579
920-927-1702, Tuesdays 10am-12pm; Thursdays 5pm-7pm

New Beginnings Homeless Shelter
845 Madison St, Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-885-9559

Dodge County
Detailed list of support services and resources

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and  Metropolitan Chicago.

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Dodge County
Detailed list of support services and resources

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

PAVE
920-887-3785
24 hour crisis line: 800-775-3785; Text: 920-344-0123

Dodge County
Detailed list of support services and resources

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


 

DuPage-county-shapeDuPage

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

DuPage County Housing Authority
421 N. County Farm Road
630-407-6500

CHAD Community Housing Authority

AT&T

Comcast

Spectrum Internet
Spectrum is offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

DuPage Food Pantries
630-407-6500
This is an interactive map with pantries by location

Community Crisis Center
847-697-2390, Spanish 847-697-9740

DuPage County Continuum of Care
630-407-6413

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Metropolitan Chicago and Southeastern Wisconsin.

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Illinois Department of Human Services

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks


Fond-du-Lac-county-shapeFond du Lac

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Salvation Army
237 N. Macy Street
920-923-8220

Spectrum
Offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students.

WHEAP
217 Wisconsin Avenue
262-549-9666

St. Vincent de Paul
920-922-3650

AT&T

Comcast

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Fondy Food Pantry
573 Rolling Meadows Drive
920-322-0369

Ruby's Pantry
1596 4th Street
920-923-5292

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Fond du Lac YMCA
90 W. 2nd Street
920-921-3330

Fond du Lac Libraries
Resources online

Fond du Lac Pubic Schools
72 West 9th Street
920-929-2900

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Agnesian Healthcare Domestic Violence Program
920-926-4207

Astop
920-926-5395

Solutions Center
39 N. Sophia Street
920-923-1700

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


Kane-county-shapeKane

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Salvation Army Tri-City Corps
630-377-2769
Assists clients to meet basic levels of success in society through immediate help with practical problems such as food, clothing and rent and utility assistance. Attempts to identify and solve root causes of distress.

Tri-City Family Services
630-232-1070
Provides counseling to individuals, couples and families, youth crisis intervention and stabilization, prevention and early intervention programs and employee assistance services.

Wayside Cross Ministries
630-892-4239
Partners with the community to provide support and services for men women and children in times of need.

AT&T

Comcast

Spectrum Internet
Spectrum is offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Hesed House (PADS)
630-897-2156

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Metropolitan Chicago and Southeastern Wisconsin.

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

llinois Department of Human Services

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Community Crisis Center
English Help Line: 847-697-2380 Spanish Help Line: 847-697-9740

Mutual Ground
24 Hour Domestic Violence Line: 630-897-0080, 24 Hour Sexual Assault Line: 630-897-8383
Only Hotlines and emergency shelter are available through April 10th. All other services are temporarily suspended.

Family Focus
312-421-5200
Services are remote until further notice due to COVID-19

Suicide Prevention Services (Batavia, IL)
800-273-8255

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks


Kankakee-county-shapeKankakee

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Kankakee Financial Help Resources

AT&T

Comcast

Spectrum Internet
Spectrum is offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Food Pantries List (United Way)

Homeless Shelter Directory

Kankakee Housing Authority
815-939-7125

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Metropolitan Chicago and Southeastern Wisconsin.

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Parenting Resource Center
815-933-2207

Kankakee School District 111
815-802-7730

llinois Department of Human Services

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Kankakee City Against Domestic Violence
24/7 Help Line: 815-932-5800

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks


Kendall-county-shapeKendall

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Comed
800-334-7661
Energy assistance

Illinois Unemployment
800-244-5631
Unemployment benefits

LIHEAP
877-411-9276
Utility assistance

AT&T

Comcast

Spectrum Internet
Spectrum is offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Catholic Charities Diocese of Joliet
815-723-3405
Mobile food pantry, call or visit website for sign up

KC Food Pantry
630-553-0473
Offering drive-thru food pantry

Harvest Baptist Food Pantry
5315 Douglas Rd.
630-554-3858

Kendall County Pads
630-334-8180

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Metropolitan Chicago and Southeastern Wisconsin.

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Governor Office Childhood Development
888-228-1146
Emergency child care for essential employees

YMCA
630-552-4100
Child care

Kendall County Libraries
Locations closed, resources available online

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Mutual Ground
24 Hour Crisis Line: 630-897-0080

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks


Kenosha-county-shapeKenosha

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Kenosha County/Resource Database

Kenosha Area Transit (KAT)
Bus service continues to operate. Effective March 24, 2020, KAT is temporarily suspending fare collection, which means riders will no longer need to pay to ride. Effective March 24, 2020, KAT riders who can safely do so should get on and off the bus through the back doors. Anyone needing to board the front of the bus, should alert their driver.

City of Kenosha Housing Authority
262-653-4120
Closed to the Public. Services available over the phone.

Kenosha County Job Center
262-697-4500

Community Action Agency
262-657-0840

Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services
262-657-8089

Kenosha County/Aging and Disability Resource
262-605-6646

WHEAP

AT&T

Comcast

Spectrum Internet
Spectrum is offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

KUSD–Kenosha Unified School District
KUSD’s food service program will continue distributing cold lunches that also contain a breakfast snack for the following morning to any child under 18 in our community in the weeks ahead, with the exception of spring break (no meals April 10-19).

Kenosha County Community Resources

Grace Welcome Center
2006 60th Street
262-654-9143
Food Pantry open weekly on Tuesdays 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. for a package of groceries to-go. To-go breakfast offered Thursdays and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Journey Church
Food distribution every 2nd Saturday of the month at 5:00 p.m.

Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services Inc.
8600 Sheridan Road
262-658-3508
Frozen meals to seniors, call to order/schedule a pick-up

Hunger Task Force/Mobile Market
414-238-6462
The Mobile Market is a grocery store on wheels that travels throughout Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha Counties to visit neighborhoods and communities that have limited access to fresh and healthy foods. The market is an active store, not a food pantry or donation center. The market accepts debit cards, credit cards and Quest EBT. No cash is onboard or accepted. Hunger Task Force FoodShare Outreach staff will help eligible people apply for FoodShare during market operating hours

Kenosha WIC (Women's Infants Children's) at RKCAA
262-657-0840
Services provided online

St. Vincent de Paul–Kenosha
7531 30th Ave.
262-764-1985
Wednesdays Food Distribution with Feeding America, starting at 9:30 a.m., no appointment needed. Otherwise, call to schedule an appointment for Food Panty Monday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. call to schedule an appointment

The Shalom Center Food Pantry
4314 39th Ave.
262-658-1713
Custom food boxes prepared and distributed curbside for pick-up Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Food will be brought to car.

The Salvation Army
3116 75th Street
Prepacked boxes Tuesdays & Thursdays 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Distribution at East Entrance Parking Lot Door.

The Sharing Center
25700 Wilmot Road
262-298-5535
Providing custom food boxes with curbside pickup, call first, Monday and Wednesday 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Twin Lakes Area Food Pantry/St. John's Catholic Church
701 N. Lake Street
Food Pantry curbside, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

Westosha Lakes Church Helping Hands Food Pantry
262-843-1948
Call to register, 2nd Saturday of the month

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Kenosha County Job Center
262-697-4500

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

KUSD–Kenosha Unified School District

Kenosha Public Library
Resources for Kids Staying Home. Arts & Crafts, Literature, Live Activities, STEM Activities & Learning

YMCA/Emergency Childcare for front line workers
7101 53rd Street
262-654-9622
Emergency Child Care Opening March 30 in response to COVID-19. Limited childcare to those who serve as first responders, medical professionals, government officials, and those essential employees who continue their work during this challenging time.

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Women's and Children's Horizons
262-652-9900, Toll-free 800-853-3503
As we all try to navigate during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have many staff working from home. The administration office and shelter are open with reduced staff. Please call if you are in need of services. We will try to serve some clients over the phone if possible. We are also asking that you do not bring any donations.

Kenosha County

Kenosha County/Juvenile and Adult Crisis Lines
262-657-7188 – 24 hour access / 1-800-236-7188 – 24 hour access

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Kenosha Area Transit (KAT) and Care-A-Van(PDF)
Care-A-Van will offer trips to essential destinations at no fare. Care-A-Van, a service of Kenosha Area Transit, provides trips to individuals that are unable to ride the city’s public transit system due to a disabling condition.

Kenosha Area Business Updates
Website provides a list of changes to services and businesses. We will monitor and keep this list as up to date as possible throughout the Pandemic. Check our calendar of events and additional pages on our website for additional details. Click the links below for details about the businesses mentioned, as well as links to their websites, social media pages, and click to call/view map.

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


Lake-county-shapeLake

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Community Partners for Affordable Housing
847-263-7478

Lifeline Telephone/Wireless Programs

LIHEAP
877-411-9276
Utility assistance

AT&T

Comcast

Spectrum Internet
Spectrum is offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Pads Lake County
847-689-4357
Until April 7, PADS' rotating shelter sites will be closed and we will operate a 24/7 shelter site in a Warren Township government building. Access to this shelter is only available by individuals assessed at our building at 1800 Grand Ave. in Waukegan. Walk-ins are not permitted at this site.

Illinois Department of Human Services
Help Line: 800-843-6154

Need Help Paying Bills?

Lake County Housing Authority
847-223-1170
Our commitment is to serve the Lake County community with housing opportunities and options.

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago
312-655-7700
Food pantries, WIC (Women, Infants and Children) pantries, meal delivery services, senior services, etc.

Community Partners for Affordable Housing
847-263-7478

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Metropolitan Chicago and Southeastern Wisconsin.

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Illinois Schools

Boys & Girls Club of Lake County
847-473-5990

Childserv
773-693-0300

Illinois Action for Children

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center
Support Line is 24/7; Support Line: 847.872.7799 Gurnee Office: 847.224.1187

The Partnership for a Safer Lake County
This is not a direct service agency; however, there are links to a number of community based agencies and organizations on the website

A Safe Place
24/7 Support Line: 800-600-7233
A Safe Place is the sole provider of services exclusively addressing domestic violence in Lake County, Illinois. Through multi-faceted programs we assist victims in transforming their lives after domestic violence, prevent future abuse by addressing its root cause through abuser intervention programs, and educate the community about domestic violence and how we can all be involved in its end.

Stepping Stones
224-789-3054

Childserv
773-693-0300

North Suburban Legal Aid Clinic
847-737-4042

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks


Milwaukee-county-shapeMilwaukee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

MATC Student Emergency Fund

WHEAP

AT&T

Comcast

Spectrum Internet
Spectrum is offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Silver Spring Neighborhood Center
Food Pantry open regular hours. Other programming not open until at least 4/13

Senior Stock Boxes–Hunger Task Force
Stock box delivery will continue like normal

Mobile Market
Still open regular hours

Hunger Task Force
These sites have been verified by Hunger Task Force to be open. Hunger Task Force has also committed to updating this daily.

St. Mark AME
1616 W. Atkinson, Milwaukee, 53206
Giving away food to anyone in need.

Boys and Girls Club
Providing lunch and dinner to those under 18

Capuchin Community Services
Runs 10 meal programs check website for locations and times.

Frieden Community Ministries Despensa
1615 S. 22nd St., Milwaukee 53204

Frieden Community Ministries Hope House
209 W. Orchard St., Milwaukee 53204

Frieden Community Ministries Zion Rock
10230 W. Fond du Lace Ave., Milwaukee 53224

Eastbrook Church
5353 N. Green Bay Ave., Milwaukee 53209
414-228-5220, EXT 110
The food pantry is open Saturdays from 9:30 am-11:30 am and Mondays from 6:30 pm-8:30 pm

Capitol Drive Lutheran Church
5305 W. Capitol Drive, Milwaukee 53126
414-445-1656
Blessing Box: Looks like a small library, has pantry items stocked and free to grab. 

Ebenezer Stone Ministries Food Pantry
located in the church at the northwest corner of 35th & Scott
414-388-0652
No proof of residence or ID due to pandemic. Wednesdays 8:30- 11:30 a.m. & Saturdays 9-11 a.m. Provides bags of food lasting 1-2 weeks

Interchange Food Pantry
130 E. Juneau Ave., Milwaukee 53202
414-551-2184
Hours are Tuesdays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesdays 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Thursdays 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Saturdays 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

River Food Pantry
924 E. Clarke St., Milwaukee  53212
414-301-1478
Hours are Tuesdays 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Serving 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, & 53203 zip codes

The Tandem
1848 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee 53205
The Tandem will be giving away 150 free meals from 11am-4pm (or until meals are gone)

Vivent Health
820 N. Plankinton Ave., Milwaukee 53203
414-225-1515
Food pantry available by appointment only- please call to set an appointment, only serving patients with HIV

Meals on Wheels
Will continue as normal

Senior Meal Sites
Carry-out only;  Arlington Court, Clinton Rose Senior Center, College Court, Convent Hill, Dolan Community Center, Elks Lodge, Fernwood Court, Franklin, Greater Galilee, Grobschmidt Senior Center, Hart Park Senior Center, Kelly Senior Center, Lapham Park, McGovern Park Senior Center, Milwaukee Christian Center, St. Aloysius, Washington Park Senior Center, West Allis Senior Center, and Wilson Park Senior Center. Indian Council for the Elderly.

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

Goodwill Workforce Connection Centers
Go to the Goodwill Workforce Connection Centers Facebook page every Monday at Noon for a new workshop presented by our job specialists. Presentations will be available once they are complete. Job seekers can also message Workforce Connection Center job specialist through Facebook messenger Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Job Center of Wisconsin

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Access MPS Online Learning

Parent to Parent of Wisconsin

Silver Spring Neighborhood Center
Elaine Schreiber Child Development Center: Closed until further notice, will try to open ASAP

The Parenting Network
Help Line: 414-671-0566

YMCA
Offering emergency childcare for health care professionals and essential emergency personnel

Sojourner Family Peace Center Safety Bulletin

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Wisconsin Badger Care

Wisconsin Badger Care—MarketPlace(PDF)

Covering Wisconsin-Enroll

Covering Wisconsin–Immigration

Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin
Temporary guidelines on visitors, volunteers and events. Fast care clinics temporarily closed.

Ascension Healthcare
833-978-0649
If you have fever, cough or respiratory symptoms please call. Temporary visiting restrictions

Ascension Online Care
Offering video urgent care visits at a discounted rate of $20, so you can talk to a doctor from home. No insurance required. Use the code HOME

iCare
Suspended face to face member interaction.

Cigna Health Insurance
Cigna to waive out of pocket cost for COVID-19 testing, 90-day medication supply and home delivery

Advocate Aurora Health
Call the 24-hour hotline at 1-866-443-2584 if you have been exposed to COVID-19. Visitation limits

Wisconsin COVID-19 Update Page

Wisconsin Department of Health Services (State)

Milwaukee County COVID-19 Case Tracker

Milwaukee County (Local)

Milwaukee Coronavirus Hotline
414-286-6800
Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:45 pm

Medical College of Wisconsin 

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Covergence Resource Center
SOLACE Support Line (414) 797-3047. Texting is also available to this number. Warm line for human trafficking survivors
The CRC is a faith-based, community service, non-profit organization that provides ancillary support for men and women rebuilding their lives after trauma with an emphasis on justice involved women and female survivors of human trafficking.

Sojourner Family Peace Center
24 Hour Help Line: 414-933-2722

Sojourner Safety Bulletin

Community Advocates' Milwaukee Women's Center
414-449-4777

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Q&A About Unemployment Benefits and COVID-19

Odd Jobs for MKE Service Industry

Senior Centers
Closed for both the senior center and the senior dining sites: Beulah Brinton, LGBT Community Center, Muslim Community Health Center, OASIS, United Community Center, and Asian American Senior Center

Aging Resource Center
414-289-6874
Closed for walk-ins. Please call.

Disability Services
414-289-6660
To minimize possible transmission of the virus, we are suggesting consumers to call our Disability Resource Center

Parks
Closed to all programming, but open otherwise.

Zoo
Closed until further notice

Milwaukee County Offices
Courthouse remainsopen with shifts in operating procedure until April 3

Coggs Center
Marcia P. Coggs Human Services Center at 1220 W. Vliet St. will be closed to the public effective 3/17

ACCESS
Individuals looking to apply for state benefits, including SNAP and WIC, should use ACCESS

Q&A About Voting by Mail in Wisconsin
Wisconsin election officials and political party leaders are urging people to vote via absentee ballot to slow the spread of Coronavirus. Deadline for registering by mail and online is March 18th. After that you have to register in-person at your city’s clerk office or at the polls.

MY Vote-Absentee
If you are registered, you can request an absentee ballot by April 2

Milwaukee Voting Information

Department of Health Services–Need a Ride?
Rides to medical appointments

Forward Health
Rides for Medicaid covered services

Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS)

Miwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) March 19
Administration building closed to visitors

Crisis Text Line

Alcoholics Anonymous

Online AA Meetings Google Docs

Narcotics Anonymous

A Guide" How to Prepare Your Home for Coronavirus (Article)

Al-Anon Electronic Meetings

Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities

Wisconsin Vision
Closed until 4/6

America's Best Contacts & Glasses
414-447-9403
New hours of operation 12-4, no exams or new appointments until 4/13 or further notice

Social Security
All offices are closed, online services available

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


 

Ozaukee-county-shapeOzaukee

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Workforce Development System
The American Job Center workforce development system provides access to high-quality, local resources for job seekers, employers, and youth in Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Washington counties.

Spectrum
844-488-8395
Offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students.

WHEAP
217 Wisconsin Avenue
262-549-9666

AT&T

Comcast

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Family Sharing
1002 Overland Ct.
262-377-0634 Ext. 102
Curb side food pantry

Family Promise
136 W. Grand Ave.
262-268-2723
Helps homeless and low-income families and single women in Ozaukee County achieve sustainable independence.

Saukville Food Pantry
166 W. Dekora St.
262-689-8591
Non-profit organization providing warm meals, groceries, school supplies and support to families in need in Ozaukee County.

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

Job Center of Wisconsin

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Ozaukee Libraries
Locations closed, resources online

Ozaukee Schools

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Advocates of Ozaukee
262284-6902
24 hour hotline

Cope Services
262-377-2673
24 hour crisis intervention

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


Racine-county-shapeRacine

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Racine Kenosha Community Access Agency

Racine Employment Racine Center
262-638-6426
While the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (Racine and Kenosha Job Centers) remains closed to the public amid the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) public health crisis, there is staff available via phone to answer questions regarding the Job Center of Wisconsin's website, the process for filing for unemployment, and other resources still available to the public. Should you need assistance, please contact the Racine Employment Resource Center.

Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program
262-633-6000
Provides assistance for heating costs, electric costs, and energy crisis situations. Please contact our Racine County Wisconsin Home Energy Team.

Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund
800-891-WARM (9276)
A statewide non-profit charity that assists low-income households who cannot afford to pay their energy bills.

Spectrum
844-488-8395
Offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students.

WHEAP
217 Wisconsin Avenue
262-549-9666

AT&T

Comcast

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Hunger Task Force/Mobile Market
The Mobile Market is a grocery store on wheels that travels throughout Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha Counties to visit neighborhoods and communities that have limited access to fresh and healthy foods.The market is an active store, not a food pantry or donation center. The market accepts debit cards, credit cards and Quest EBT. No cash is onboard or accepted. Hunger Task Force FoodShare Outreach staff will help eligible people apply for FoodShare during market operating hours.

Transitional Living Center
262-767-1478
Located in Burlington

Food Pantries
262-632-2307

Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin
262-221-8350
This pantry serves US military veterans only. This program supplies emergency food supplies to veterans in need and their families. Personal and household items may be available depending upon donations.

Halo
262-633-3235
Since opening in 2005, HALO has helped over 2,000 adults return to stable housing with enough income and savings to support themselves. From day one, it was HALO's intent to not just shelter those in need, but to offer a clear path to self-sufficiency through individualized support.

Racine County Food Bank
262-632-2307

Racine Salvation Army
262-632-3147

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

Job Center of Wisconsin

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Safe Haven of Racine
SAFE Haven of Racine’s mission is to improve the quality of life for youth and families by providing safe living environments, crisis support, and community intervention. Services that focus on basic needs, such as food, clothing and shelter are at the forefront of SAFE Haven of Racine’s efforts.

Racine Unified School District
262-635-5600

YMCA
262-634-1994

Racine Public Library
262-636-9241
Locations closed, online resources available

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Women's Resource Center of Racine
24-hour crisis hotline: 262-633-3233
Provide crisis intervention, advocacy, education and prevention services for a diverse population of victims or individuals at risk of domestic abuse and/or sexual assault by promoting positive changes for individuals served and the broader community of Racine county

Sexual Assault Services of Racine
24-hour crisis hotline: 262-637-7233 or 800-656-4673
Our 24-hour Crisis Line (262-637-7233 and/or 800-656-4673) will continue to be available, and we have a plan in place to provide telephone advocacy, rather than our typical in person advocacy, at Racine County hospitals.  SAS staff are primarily working from home and will continue to regularly check their voicemail messages, but the best way to contact staff at this time is via the individual email addresses on website.

Human Trafficking Hotline(PDF)
888-373-7888

Parent Hotline/Youth Crisis Hotline
800-840-6537

Racine County Crisis Line
262-638-6741

Racine County
262-638-6741

Mental Health America of Wisconsin
Resources on mental health, anxiety, medications

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


Rock-county-shapeRock

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Caritas Community Resource Center
608-362-4403
Offers diaper service once a month includes diapers, wipes, cream and any other items available at the time. Visit website to sign up

Rock County
600 Henry Ave, Suite 25A, Beloit 53511
608-363-9200
WHEAP Assistance

ECHO
65 S. High St, Janesville, WI 53548
608-754-5333
A partner of United Way. Many resources available including rent assistance

Rock County Resources(PDF)

Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund
800-891-WARM (9276)
A statewide non-profit charity that assists low-income households who cannot afford to pay their energy bills.

Spectrum
844-488-8395
Offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students.

WHEAP
217 Wisconsin Avenue
262-549-9666

AT&T

Comcast

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Salvation Army
There is a location in Beloit and Janesville, the food pantry is still open, visit website for hours and locations

Caritas Community Resource Center
608-362-4403
Open 4 days a week, visit website to sign up

Second Harvest Mobile Pantry
Schedule changes, check the website, there is a calendar of days and times

Rock County
3530 County Road F, Janesville, WI 53545
608-757-5200
FoodShare application www.access.wisconin.gov/ Phone 888.794.5780

Rock County
32 East Racine St., Janesville 53546
608-754-3722
For WIC Assistance

House of Mercy Homeless Center
888-39-MERCY

Orfordville Lutheran Church
608-921-2702
C. U. P. For Parkview School District Residents Thursdays 9 am–1 pm Call Marge Harker

Evansville Ecumenical Care Closet
206 S. Madison St, Evansville, WI 53536
608-882-4532
For Evansville School District residents. Please call for food pantry and thrift store hours

Edgerton Community Outreach FoodWise
106 S. Main St, Edgerton, WI 53534
608-884-9593
Call for assistance. An intake counselor will call you back to complete the process over the phone

FoodWise

Rock County(PDF)

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

Job Center of Wisconsin

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Rock County
3530 County Road F, Janesville, WI 53545
608-757-5200
Child Care and Resources: www.access.gov Phone 888.794.5780

School District of Janesville
527 S. Franklin St, Janesville, Wi 53548
608-743-5000
Online learning resources available for English and Spanish

Community Action Inc.
608-313-1300
Visit website for locations and available resources

Hedberg Public Library
Virtual Storytimes and programs for kids, teens & adults, visit Facebook page for the links

Janesville Community Services
32 East Racine St, Janesville, WI 53546
608-314-9006
Building is physically closed, please call for assistance and resources

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Beloit Domestic Violence Center
608-364-1083
Hotline Number 608.365.1119

YMCA
1735 S. Washington St, Janesville, WI 53546
608.752.2583
Text line: 608.371.9288 - also domestic violence shelter

Rock County Resources (PDF)

Mental Health America of Wisconsin
Resources on mental health, anxiety, medications

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Rock County Helpful Resources (PDF)

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


Sheboygan-county-shapeShebogan

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

211

Sheboygan Salvation Army
920-458-3723

Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund
800-891-WARM (9276)
A statewide non-profit charity that assists low-income households who cannot afford to pay their energy bills.

Spectrum
844-488-8395
Offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students.

WHEAP
217 Wisconsin Avenue
262-549-9666

AT&T

Comcast

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Sheboygan Salvation Army

Sheboygan Homeless Shelter Directory

St. Luke United Methodist Church
623 Ontario Ave.
920-458-3461
Call for times and distribution procedure

Mapledale Baptist Church
4015 Superior Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081
920-889-8446
Thursdays 5pm-6pm

Making Spirits Bright
Food pantry resources

Sheboygan School District
830 Virginia Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081
920-459-3500
Free grab and go meals, breakfast and lunch 7:30am-11:00am

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

Job Center of Wisconsin

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Sheboygan School District
830 Virginia Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.459.3500
Online resources

Mead Public Library
710 North 8th St, Sheboygan, WI 53081
920-459-3400
Phone lines are open and digital services and resources for children are available. Working on curbside book pickup

Family Resource Center Sheboygan County
1500 Douglas Dr, Suite B, Plymouth, WI 53073
920-892-6706
Building is closed please call or email: gpalmer@frc-sc.org

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Sheboygan Interfaith Organization
920-457-7272 X115
Transitional living for single moms with children living in unsafe/unstable conditions

Safe Harbor
929 Niagara Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081
800-499-7640
24/7 Hotline

Mental Health America of Wisconsin
414-276-3122
Resources on mental health, anxiety, medications

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


Walworth-county-shapeWalworth

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund
800-891-WARM (9276)
A statewide non-profit charity that assists low-income households who cannot afford to pay their energy bills.

YMCA
203 S Wells
262-248-6244
Childcare for essential employees

Spectrum
844-488-8395
Offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students.

WHEAP
217 Wisconsin Avenue
262-549-9666

AT&T

Comcast

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Walworth County Food & Diaper Bank
205 E Commerce Ct
262-723-4488
Our Mission is to provide individuals and families nutritional supplemental food, diapers, feminine hygiene and supplies during a time of crisis, in a cheerful, welcoming, nonjudgmental environment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, physical or developmental disability.

Harold Johnson Food Pantry–St. Andrew
714 E Walworth Ave

Big Foot Emergency Food Pantry
111 Fremont St
262-215-4458

Lake Geneva Food Pantry
715 Wisconsin
262-210-2525

Spirit of Hope
262-903-9276

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

Job Center of Wisconsin

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Walworth County Public Schools
262-741-4113

Walworth County Libraries
Locations closed, resources online

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

New Beginnings
735 N Wisconsin St
262-723-4653
24 hour helpline - New Beginnings APFV helps victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, harassment, stalking and human trafficking as well as their affected family members.

Mental Health America of Wisconsin
414-276-3122
Resources on mental health, anxiety, medications

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more

Washington-county-shapeWashington

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Salvation Army
262-547-7367

Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund
800-891-WARM (9276)
A statewide non-profit charity that assists low-income households who cannot afford to pay their energy bills.

Workforce Development System
The American Job Center workforce development system provides access to high-quality, local resources for job seekers, employers, and youth in Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Washington counties.

Spectrum
844-488-8395
Offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students.

WHEAP
217 Wisconsin Avenue
262-549-9666

AT&T

Comcast

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Full Shelf Pantry
231 Municipal Dr
262-335-0685
The Mission of Full Shelf Food Pantry, Inc., is to supplement the basic food requirements of those in need throughout Washington Co. on a regular or emergency basis with items of the highest available quality.

Slinger Food Pantry
321 E Washington St.
262-644-0507

Family Promise
724 Elm Street Unit 100
262-353-9304
We provide food, shelter, and support services for homeless families through the hands-on work of our many volunteers. We provide advice and advocacy for at-risk families to prevent their becoming homeless. And we educate people about poverty and the means to combat it.

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

Job Center of Wisconsin

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Germantown Community Library
N112W16957 Mequon Rd
262-253-7760
Location closed, resources are online

Jack Russell Memorial Library Hartford
100 Park Ave
262-673-8240
Location closed; resources are online

Kewaskum Public Library
206 First St
262-626-4312
Location closed; resources are online

West Bend Library
630 Poplar Street
262-335-5151
Location closed, resources are online

Washington County Schools

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Friends
262-334-7298
24 Hour Crisis Line, Housing and support services.

Mental Health America of Wisconsin
414-276-3122
Resources on mental health, anxiety, medications

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233



Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


Waukesha-county-shapeWaukesha

 

 

 

 

 

Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Governor Tony Evers Safer at Home

Medical College of Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund
800-891-WARM (9276)
A statewide non-profit charity that assists low-income households who cannot afford to pay their energy bills.

Workforce Development System
The American Job Center workforce development system provides access to high-quality, local resources for job seekers, employers, and youth in Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Washington counties.

Spectrum
844-488-8395
Offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students.

WHEAP
217 Wisconsin Avenue
262-549-9666

AT&T

Comcast

Wisconsin Workforce Development–Q&A About Unemployment benefits and COVID-19

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Food Pantry of Waukesha County
1301 Sentry Drive Waukesha, WI 53186
262-542-5300
The FOOD Pantry has been serving on the front lines providing free food to people in need in Waukesha County for more than 41 years. It is our goal to continue to do so while observing some additional practices and responses due to the possibility of COVID 19.

Hope Center
502 N. East Ave
262-549-8726
Providing meals on the go

The Caring Place
810 N. East Avenue
262-542-6388
Meals on Wheels

Salvation Army
445 Madison Street
262-547-7367
Providing food and shelter

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago.

Job Center of Wisconsin

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Waukesha County Public Schools
222 Maple Avenue
262-970-1003

Waukesha Public Library
321 Wisconsin Avenue
262-524-3680
Location closed, resources available online

YMCA

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

The Women's Center
505 N East Ave
262-542-3828
The Women’s Center is committed to providing a safe environment for employees, clients, volunteers, and other guests, and therefore are making several adjustments to services. 24 hour hotline

Hebrons House of Hospitality
1601 E Racine Ave
262-549-8720
Provides Emergency housing and related services. Food, Shelter and personal support who are residents of Waukesha County.

Mental Health America of Wisconsin
414-276-3122
Resources on mental health, anxiety, medications

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

First Baptist Church of West Bend

New Testament Church of Milwaukee

Grace Lutheran Church Oak Creek

United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

Aspira The Spa/Osthoff Resort
Follow on social media for wellness activities and resources for crafts, yoga, recipes and more


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Covid_iconCOVID-19 Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

COVID-19 in Amharic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Arabic (PDF)

COVID-19 in Hmong (PDF)

COVID-19 in Karen (PDF)

COVID-19 in Somali (PDF)

Worried about Coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this.

Coronavirus and Older People: 6 Tips for Families

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Updates On Coronavirus and The Disabled Community

5 Things To Know About Coronavirus and People with Disabilities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Explained in Rohingya Zuban(Video)

Coronavirus: Global Health Emergency | Public Health Education in Rohingya (Video)

Hand Wash | Public Health Education in Rohingya Language (Video)

CDC Resources in Languages Other than English

Coronavirus-CDC (Spanish)

Informacion de COVID-19 Por y Para Personas con Discapacidades(PDF)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Financial_iconFinancial Resources

Will County Center for Community Concerns
815.722.0722
Center is closed for walk ins, please call or visit website

Illinois Department of Human Services

ComEd
Energy Assistance during pandemic

Spectrum
844-488-8395
Offering free 60 days of internet to households with K-12 or college students.

AT&T

Comcast

 

Basic-needs_iconBasic Needs

Catholic Charities Diocese of Joliet
815-723-3405
Mobile food pantry, call or visit websites for sign up, also, Daybreak is a homeless shelter

Northern Illinois Food Bank
630-443-6910
Partner of Feeding America, visit website or call for locations

SNAP
Illinois Dept of Human Services application for SNAP benefits

Will County Salvation Army
Food pantry remains open

IMPACT 211

Find a Food Pantry Near You

 

Job-search_iconJob Search Resources

Goodwill TalentBridge
Goodwill TalentBridge, a full service staffing and recruitment firm, is part of Goodwill Industries of Metropolitan Chicago and Southeastern Wisconsin..

 

Children_families_iconChildren and Family Resources

Illinois Department of Children & Family Services

Will County School District 92(PDF)
815-838-8031
Remote learning plan

Will County Library
Online library access

Aunt Martha's Youth Center

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-12)

Amazing Educational Resources

Free Online Ivy League Courses (College)

PBS Kids Daily

Scholastic Learn at Home

Suggestions for Parents While School is Out

Google Arts and Culture

Talking with Children About Coronavirus Disease

How to Answer 7 Big Questions Kids Have About Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tips for Effectively Working form Home During the Cornoavirus Outbreak, When You have Kids

Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting and Teaching form Home

Countering COVID-19 Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-394-3366

Center for Effective Parenting
501-364-4605

 

Health_iconHealth and Well-being

Will County States Attorney Office
815-722-3344;  24 hour crisis hotline

Guardian Angel Community Services
815-730-8984
24 hour hotline (815.73.8984) Adult Protective Services (866.800.1409)

Will County Take Back The Night

Will County Health Department

Mental Health America of Wisconsin
414-276-3122
Resources on mental health, anxiety, medications

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics

Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak? Here's How To Feel More Focused and Energized and Manage Stress

Guidelines for Parent Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Alcohol, Depression and Anxiety

Calm

National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-7233

 

Additional-Resources_iconAdditional Resources

Catholic TV

The Nation's Mosque—The Jumah Stream

Central Synagogue

Pentecostal Full Gospel Worship Center-Experience the Glory

National Presbyterian Church

Kennedy Performing Arts Center—Lunch Time Doodles

Food Network Kitchen—Daily Dinners with Michael D Symon

Virtual Museum Tours

Download free books from the New York Public Library

National Zoo Cams

Tour National Parks

“Some of the following resources have not been created by Goodwill. As such Goodwill, in any way whatsoever, cannot be held responsible for your use of the information contained in or linked from these web pages.”

WISCONSIN
Mission Support Center
Tel: (414) 847-4200

James O. Wright Center forWork & Training
Tel: (414) 353-6400

ILLINOIS
Metropolitan Chicago -
Administration
Tel: (312) 994-1440