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									     A guide for human services




Ozaukee COunty

Resource
DirectoryFall 2010


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 Thank you for opening the door to the Ozaukee County Fall 2010 Resource Directory provided
 by COPE Services. This directory is stocked full with valuable information about agencies that offer
 essential services for residents of Ozaukee County. For the latest updates or to download this directory
 free-of-charge, please visit COPE at www. copeservices.org . This project was made possible through
 a grant from the Charles E. Kubly Foundation, a public charity devoted to improving the lives of those
 with depression and promoting access to quality mental health resources within communities.

 This directory was compiled based on information supplied by listed service providers. COPE Services
 reserves the right to edit information for brevity, clarity and content. The inclusion of a service offered
 by an agency is based on the Inclusion/Exclusion Policy available on the COPE website or by request.
 Inclusion in this directory does not indicate endorsement by COPE Services. COPE encourages the user
 of this directory to independently determine if services offered by an organization meet their needs or
 those of their clients.

 If your agency appears in this guide and your information needs updating, we invite you to visit the
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 and any additional information about resources that may fill gaps in services available to the Ozaukee
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2-1-1 First Call For Help ............................................................................................ (262) 547-3388 ............................1
4C Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc ............................................................. (414) 562-2650 ............................1
4-H and Youth Development ..................................................................................... (262) 284-8288 ............................1
AARP Wisconsin State Office ................................................................................... (866) 448-3611 ............................1
About Identity Theft ................................................................................................... (877) 291-2002 ............................1
ACCESS ................................................................................................................... (800) 266-1865 ............................1
Achievement Associates, Ltd. ................................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County ................................................................. (262) 240-1084 ............................2
Adult Rehabilitation Center ....................................................................................... (414) 276-4316 ............................2
Advocates of Ozaukee .............................................................................................. (262) 284-6902 ............................2
Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County........................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
Aging & Disability Resource Center of Washington County ..................................... (877) 306-3030 ...........................3
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc.................................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
Al-Anon Family Groups of SE Wisconsin .................................................................. (414) 257-2415 ............................3
Alcoholics Anonymous - Ozaukee County ................................................................ (414) 771-9119 ............................3
Alzheimer's Association ............................................................................................ (800) 272-3900 ............................4
American Cancer Society.......................................................................................... (262) 523-5500 ............................4
American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin ............................................................. (414) 272-4032 ............................4
American Diabetes Association................................................................................. (800) 342-2383 ............................4
American Heart Association ...................................................................................... (800) 242-9236 ............................4
American Kidney Fund .............................................................................................. (866) 300-2900 ............................5
American Lung Association of Wisconsin ................................................................. (800) 586-4872 ............................5
American Red Cross in Southeastern Wisconsin ...................................................... (414) 342-8680 ............................5
American Speech Language/Hearing Association .................................................... (800) 498-2071 ............................5
Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.................................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
Arthritis Foundation Wisconsin Chapter .................................................................... (800) 283-7800 ............................6
AT&T Lifeline Wisconsin ........................................................................................... (800) 440-9853 ............................6
Aurora Advanced Healthcare Cedar Creek Clinic ..................................................... (262) 375-3700 ............................6
Aurora Advanced Healthcare Port Washington Clinic ............................................... (262) 284-3756 ............................6
Aurora Family Service ............................................................................................... (414) 342-4560 ............................6
Aurora Medical Center .............................................................................................. (866) 443-2584 ............................7
Aurora Sexual Assault Treatment Center.................................................................. (414) 219-5555 ............................7
Aurora Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin ........................................................ (920) 449-7600 ............................7
Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc ........................................................ (414) 427-9345 ............................7
Autism Spectrum Disorder Support Group ................................................................ (262) 376-1250 ............................7
Badger Assn of the Blind and Visually Impaired, Inc ................................................. (414) 258-9200 ............................7
Balance, Inc .............................................................................................................. (262) 268-6811 ............................8
Belgium - Senior Dining Center ................................................................................. (262) 284-8120 ............................8
Belgium Fire Department .......................................................................................... (262) 285-3257 ............................8
Belgium Village Marshal............................................................................................ (262) 483-8751 ............................8
Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin .............................................................. (414) 847-6000 ............................8
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee County, Inc ...................................................... (262) 377-0784 ............................8
Boys Town (National Hotline) .................................................................................... (800) 448-3000 ............................9
Bureau of Consumer Protection ................................................................................ (877) 382-4357 ............................9
Caregiver Support Group-Cedarburg ........................................................................ (262) 284-8120 ............................9
Caregiver Support Group-Grafton ............................................................................. (262) 238-8120 ............................9
Cedar Creek Counseling S.C. ................................................................................... (262) 240-0299 ............................9
Cedar Grove-Belgium School District........................................................................ (920) 668-8686 ............................9
Cedarburg Cultural Center Inc .................................................................................. (262) 375-3676 .......................... 10
Cedarburg Farmers Market ....................................................................................... (262) 377-9620 .......................... 10
Cedarburg Fire Department ...................................................................................... (262) 375-7630 .......................... 10
Cedarburg Parks and Recreation Department- ......................................................... (262) 375-7611 .......................... 10
Cedarburg Police Department ................................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
Cedarburg Public Library .......................................................................................... (262) 375-7640 .......................... 11
Cedarburg School District ......................................................................................... (262) 376-6100 .......................... 11
Cedarburg Senior Center- ......................................................................................... (262) 375-7644 .......................... 11
Cedarburg Senior Van Service.................................................................................. (262) 375-7644 .......................... 11
Cedarburg Youth Center ........................................................................................... (262) 375-7611 .......................... 11
Center for Blind and Visually Impaired Children, Inc ................................................. (414) 355-3060 .......................... 11
Center for Communication, Hearing and Deafness Inc ............................................. (414) 604-2200 .......................... 12
Center for Deaf-Blind Persons, Inc............................................................................ (414) 481-7535 .......................... 12
Centro Legal.............................................................................................................. (414) 384-7900 .......................... 12
Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .................................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12

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               Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ................................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
               Circuit Court of Ozaukee County............................................................................... (262) 284-8409 .......................... 13
               Cleft Palate Foundation............................................................................................. (800) 242-5338 .......................... 13
               Cocaine Anonymous ................................................................................................. (414) 445-5433 .......................... 13
               Columbia Center ....................................................................................................... (262) 241-7777 .......................... 13
               Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital- Ozaukee Campus- ................................................ (262) 243-7300 .......................... 14
               Compassionate Friends of Ozaukee County ............................................................. (262) 376-1724 .......................... 14
               Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Milwaukee ................................... (888) 799-2227 ......................... 14
               COPE Hotline ............................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
               Crisis Intervention Team (Washington County) ......................................................... (866) 906-6565 .......................... 14
               Crossroads Clinic and Family Center ........................................................................ (262) 284-0600 .......................... 15
               Debtors Anonymous General Service Board, Inc ...................................................... (800) 421-2383 .......................... 15
               Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Ozaukee County ..................................... (262) 338-1614 ......................... 15
               Disability Rights Wisconsin ....................................................................................... (800) 708-3034 .......................... 15
               Diverse and Resilient Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 390-0444 .......................... 15
               Division of Motor Vehicle Service Center-Saukville................................................... (800) 924-3570 .......................... 15
               Division of Motor Vehicles ......................................................................................... (414) 266-1000 .......................... 16
               DivorceCare .............................................................................................................. (262) 375-1435 .......................... 16
               Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin, Inc ........................................................ (866) 327-3729 .......................... 16
               Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc ...................................................................................... (800) 422-2324 .......................... 16
               Eastern Shores Library System-Bookmobile ............................................................. (920) 208-4900 .......................... 17
               Endometriosis Association ........................................................................................ (800) 992-3636 .......................... 17
               Epilepsy Foundation Southeast Wisconsin ............................................................... (800) 332-1000 .......................... 17
               Families Anonymous, Inc .......................................................................................... (262) 227-6655 .......................... 17
               Family Service Association of Sheboygan, Inc.......................................................... (920) 458-9784 .......................... 17
               Family Sharing Food Pantry & Resale Shop ............................................................. (262) 377-0634 .......................... 18
               FamilyWize Partnership ............................................................................................ (800) 222-2818 .......................... 18
               Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA .................................................................................... (262) 268-9622 .......................... 18
               Food Pantry Inc, The................................................................................................. (262) 284-1148 .......................... 18
               Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology ......................................... (877) 887-6327 .......................... 19
               Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-Thiensville .................................................. (262) 242-2593 .......................... 19
               Fredonia - Senior Dining Center................................................................................ (262) 238-8120 .......................... 19
               Fredonia Fire Department and Northern Ozaukee Ambulance ................................ (262) 692-9973 ......................... 19
               Fredonia Police Department ..................................................................................... (262) 692-9125 .......................... 19
               Fredonia Recreation Department .............................................................................. (262) 692-6813 .......................... 19
               Freecycle Network, The ........................................................................................................ ...................................... 20
               Friends Drive Sober .................................................................................................. (414) 288-5217 .......................... 20
               Gamblers Anonymous International .......................................................................... (414) 299-0901 .......................... 20
               Gay Straight Alliance for Safe Schools Inc................................................................ (608) 661-4141 .......................... 20
               Gay Youth Wisconsin Hotline .................................................................................... (866) 429-9688 .......................... 20
               Grafton Farmers Market ............................................................................................ (262) 377-1650 .......................... 21
               Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Center ........................................................................ (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
               Grafton Parks and Recreation ................................................................................... (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
               Grafton School District .............................................................................................. (262) 376-5400 .......................... 21
               Grafton Volunteer Fire Department, Inc .................................................................... (262) 375-5314 .......................... 21
               Grief Resource Center .............................................................................................. (414) 586-8383 .......................... 21
               Grief Support Group .................................................................................................. (262) 377-0380 .......................... 22
               GriefShare ................................................................................................................. (262) 377-6610 .......................... 22
               Habitat for Humanity-Lakeside .................................................................................. (262) 284-6880 .......................... 22
               Hebron House Shelter............................................................................................... (262) 334-7450 .......................... 22
               Home Consortium, The ............................................................................................. (608) 258-5560 .......................... 22
               HOPE Network, Inc ................................................................................................... (262) 251-7333 .......................... 22
               Huiras Center, The .................................................................................................... (800) 457-6004 .......................... 23
               Huiras Family Community Health Center .................................................................. (262) 243-7533 .......................... 23
               IMPACT - (211) ......................................................................................................... (414) 773-0211 .......................... 23
               IndependenceFirst, Inc.............................................................................................. (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
               Individual Growth Services, Inc ................................................................................. (262) 284-9656 .......................... 24
               InHealth Wisconsin, Inc............................................................................................. (262) 238-9455 .......................... 24
               Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .................................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
               International Soundex Reunion Registry, Inc ............................................................ (888) 886-4777 .......................... 24
               Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
                  SE Wis Chapter..................................................................................................... (414) 453-4673 .......................... 24




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Kacmarcik Education Resource Center .................................................................... (262) 243-7448 .......................... 25
La Leche League of Mequon/Ozaukee County ......................................................... (262) 377-6194 .......................... 25
Lady of the Lake Counseling Service ........................................................................ (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25
Lakefield Adult Day Center ....................................................................................... (262) 377-9780 .......................... 25
Lasata Care Center ................................................................................................... (262) 377-5060 .......................... 25
Lasata Crossings ...................................................................................................... (262) 512-2808 .......................... 25
Lasata Heights .......................................................................................................... (262) 377-6001 .......................... 26
Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .................................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society-Wisconsin Chapter................................................. (800) 261-7399 .......................... 26
Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ................................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
Literacy Services of Wisconsin, Inc ........................................................................... (414) 344-5878 .......................... 27
Logemann Community Center, Inc............................................................................ (262) 242-7471 .......................... 27
Lumen Christi Employment Network North ............................................................... (262) 242-7967 .......................... 27
Lupus Foundation of America, Wisconsin Chapter, Inc............................................. (866) 587-8794 .......................... 27
Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................... (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
Make a Wish Foundation of Wisconsin ..................................................................... (800) 236-9474 .......................... 28
Manitowoc County Resource Directory ..................................................................... (920) 323-2448 .......................... 28
March of Dimes, Wisconsin Chapter ......................................................................... (414) 778-3500 .......................... 28
Marquette Dental Clinic ............................................................................................. (414) 288-7273 .......................... 28
Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic - Wednesdays ...................................................... (414) 384-3700 .......................... 28
Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic -Tuesdays ............................................................ (414) 933-1300 .......................... 29
Memory Loss Support Group - Grafton ..................................................................... (920) 838-1311 .......................... 29
Memory Loss Support Group - Mequon .................................................................... (414) 479-8800 .......................... 29
Memory Loss Support Group - Port .......................................................................... (920) 838-1311 .......................... 29
MemoryMinders LLC ................................................................................................. (262) 707-9387 .......................... 29
Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Unit ............................................................ (262) 243-7388 .......................... 29
Mental Health America of Wisconsin......................................................................... (414) 276-3122 .......................... 30
Mequon at Oakwood Apartments-Senior Dining Center ........................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 30
Mequon Clinical Associates ...................................................................................... (262) 241-7778 .......................... 30
Mequon Fire Department .......................................................................................... (262) 242-2530 .......................... 30
Mequon Police Department....................................................................................... (262) 242-3500 .......................... 31
Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department ............................................................. (262) 238-7535 .......................... 31
Mequon-Thiensville School District ........................................................................... (262) 238-8503 .......................... 31
Mequon-Thiensville Senior Programming ................................................................. (262) 238-7537 .......................... 31
Meta House ............................................................................................................... (414) 962-1200 .......................... 31
Milwaukee Area Technical College ........................................................................... (262) 238-2200 .......................... 32
Milwaukee Bar Association ....................................................................................... (414) 274-6760 .......................... 32
Milwaukee County Department of Health & Human Services .................................. (414) 257-7222 .......................... 32
Milwaukee County Office of the Sheriff ..................................................................... (414) 278-4700 .......................... 32
Milwaukee LGBT Community Center ........................................................................ (414) 271-2656 .......................... 32
MOMS Club............................................................................................................... (414) 571-2258 .......................... 33
Mothers Against Drunk Driving-WI State Office ........................................................ (877) 623-3435 .......................... 33
Mothers United for Moral Support, Inc ...................................................................... (920) 336-5333 .......................... 33
mPower ..................................................................................................................... (866) 661-6797 .......................... 33
Muscular Dystrophy Association District Office ......................................................... (414) 431-0154 .......................... 34
Muttland Meadows Inc .......................................................................................................... ...................................... 34
N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc ........................................................................... (920) 468-1161 .......................... 34
NAMI (Alliance for the Mentally Ill) Ozaukee ............................................................. (262) 243-3627 .......................... 34
Narcotics Anonymous ............................................................................................... (866) 913-3837 .......................... 34
National Cancer Institute ........................................................................................... (800) 422-6237 .......................... 35
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children .................................................. (800) 843-5678 .......................... 35
National Do Not Call Registry.................................................................................... (888) 382-1222 .......................... 35
National Domestic Violence Hotline .......................................................................... (800) 799-7233 .......................... 35
National Down Syndrome Society ............................................................................. (800) 221-4602 .......................... 35
National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin ................................................................. (800) 543-6393 .......................... 35
National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Wisconsin Chapter .......................................... (800) 242-3358 .......................... 36
National Runaway Switchboard ................................................................................ (800) 786-2929 .......................... 36
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline ....................................................................... (866) 331-9474 .......................... 36
New Day Club Inc, The ............................................................................................. (262) 241-4673 .......................... 36
Newburg Fire Department ......................................................................................... (262) 675-6262 .......................... 37
Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc ......................................................... (414) 839-8899 .......................... 37
Northern Ozaukee School District ............................................................................. (262) 692-2489 .......................... 37




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               Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc......................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
               NOVA Services, Inc .................................................................................................. (262) 338-8842 .......................... 37
               Office of Mental Health Services ............................................................................... (888) 469-6614 .......................... 37
               OnGuard Online ........................................................................................................ (877) 382-4357 .......................... 38
               Oscar Grady Public Library ....................................................................................... (262) 284-6022 .......................... 38
               Overeaters Anonymous, Inc ...................................................................................... (505) 891-2664 .......................... 38
               Ozaukee County ARC, Inc ........................................................................................ (262) 376-9503 .......................... 38
               Ozaukee County Circle of Friends, Inc...................................................................... (262) 375-2606 .......................... 38
               Ozaukee County Coroner's Office ............................................................................. (262) 284-8455 .......................... 38
               Ozaukee County Emergency Management .............................................................. (262) 238-8397 .......................... 38
               Ozaukee County Express (Bus) ................................................................................ (414) 344-6711 .......................... 39
               Ozaukee County Family Law Assistance Center ...................................................... (262) 238-8410 .......................... 39
               Ozaukee County Land and Water Management Dept............................................... (262) 284-8270 .......................... 39
               Ozaukee County Public Health Department.............................................................. (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
               Ozaukee County Shared-Ride Taxi ........................................................................... (262) 284-8294 .......................... 40
               Ozaukee County Sheriff Department ........................................................................ (262) 284-7172 .......................... 40
               Ozaukee County Wanderer Registry......................................................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 40
               Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Child Protective Services ...................................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
               Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Community Support Program ................................ (262) 284-8200 ......................... 41
               Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ................................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
               Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Economic Support Unit .......................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 41
               Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Juvenile Court Unit ................................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
               Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Long Term Support Division .................................. (262) 284-8200 ......................... 42
               Ozaukee Family Services ......................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
               Ozaukee Humane Society, Inc .................................................................................. (262) 377-7580 .......................... 43
               Ozaukee Works......................................................................................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 43
               Parent to Parent of Wisconsin ................................................................................... (715) 361-2890 .......................... 43
               Parenting Network, The ............................................................................................ (414) 671-5575 .......................... 43
               Partners for Community Development, Inc ............................................................... (800) 584-8172 .......................... 44
               Pharmacy Research & Manufacturers of America .................................................... (888) 477-2669 .......................... 44
               Pick N Save Pharmacy ............................................................................................. (262) 253-4705 .......................... 44
               Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin ............................................................................ (800) 230-7526 .......................... 44
               Port Washington Farmers Market ............................................................................. (262) 268-1132 .......................... 44
               Port Washington Fire Department ............................................................................. (262) 284-2891 .......................... 45
               Port Washington Park and Recreation Department- ................................................. (262) 284-5881 .......................... 45
               Port Washington Police Department ......................................................................... (262) 284-5575 .......................... 45
               Port Washington Senior Center................................................................................. (262) 284-5821 .......................... 45
               Port Washington-Maple Crest-Senior Dining Center ................................................. (262) 284-8120 .......................... 45
               Port Washington-Saukville School District ................................................................ (262) 268-6000 .......................... 46
               Portal Industries, Inc ................................................................................................. (262) 377-4410 .......................... 46
               Positive Image Center ............................................................................................... (262) 306-7541 .......................... 46
               Postpartum Support International.............................................................................. (800) 944-4773 .......................... 47
               Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin ................................................................................ (800) 244-5336 .......................... 47
               Project Inform, Inc ..................................................................................................... (800) 822-7422 .......................... 47
               Recovery International .............................................................................................. (414) 464-5121 .......................... 47
               Riveredge Nature Center .......................................................................................... (800) 287-8098 .......................... 47
               Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ....................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
               Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .................................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
               Saint Mary's Catholic Church - Grief Support............................................................ (262) 284-5771 .......................... 48
               Saint Vincent De Paul Society................................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
               Salvation Army Voucher Program ............................................................................. (262) 552-6802 .......................... 48
               Salvation Army, The .................................................................................................. (262) 552-6802 .......................... 48
               San Francisco Suicide Prevention, Inc...................................................................... (800) 628-9240 .......................... 48
               Saukville - Senior Dining Center ............................................................................... (262) 284-8120 .......................... 49
               Saukville Farmers Market ......................................................................................... (262) 284-9423 .......................... 49
               Saukville Fire Department ......................................................................................... (262) 675-6262 .......................... 49
               SHARE of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc ................................................................... (262) 573-9930 .......................... 49
               Sheboygan County Sheriff Department..................................................................... (920) 459-3112 .......................... 49
               Sister Warriors .......................................................................................................... (262) 243-7478 .......................... 49
               Slinger Housing Authority.......................................................................................... (262) 644-8255 .......................... 50
               Sowing the Seeds of Hope ........................................................................................ (608) 224-5051 .......................... 50
               Spousal Loss Support Group .................................................................................... (262) 375-1724 .......................... 50




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St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc ......................................................................................... (800) 840-1880 .......................... 50
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Dental Clinic ....................................................................... (414) 383-3220 .......................... 50
Starting Point of Ozaukee ......................................................................................... (262) 375-1110 .......................... 51
Survivors Helping Survivors ...................................................................................... (414) 545-8786 .......................... 51
Tele-Grocers ............................................................................................................. (888) 902-7467 .......................... 51
Thanksgiving Dinner Program ................................................................................... (262) 377-0610 .......................... 51
Thanksgiving Meal Site ............................................................................................. (262) 375-7644 .......................... 51
Thiensville - Senior Dining Center ............................................................................. (262) 238-8120 .......................... 52
Thiensville Farmers Market ....................................................................................... (262) 512-9358 .......................... 52
Thiensville Police Department ................................................................................... (262) 242-2100 .......................... 52
Thiensville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc ............................................................... (262) 242-3393 .......................... 52
TransPORT Taxi Service .......................................................................................... (262) 284-0090 .......................... 52
Twenty Four Hour Club, The ..................................................................................... (262) 242-9999 .......................... 52
U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development ......................................................... (888) 995-4673 .......................... 52
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) ..................................... (800) 669-4000 ......................... 53
U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library...................................................................... (262) 375-5315 .......................... 53
United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc ............................................. (414) 329-4500 .......................... 53
United Way 2-1-1 (Dane County) .............................................................................. (608) 246-4357 .......................... 53
United Way Fox Cities............................................................................................... (800) 924-5514 .......................... 53
United Way of North Rock County ............................................................................ (608) 752-3100 .......................... 54
UW Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention.................................................. (608) 262-8673 .......................... 54
UW Extension Cooperative Extension Ozaukee County-.......................................... (262) 284-8288 .......................... 54
Veterans Industries ................................................................................................... (414) 384-2000 .......................... 54
Veterans Service Office ............................................................................................ (262) 238-8326 .......................... 55
Victim Witness Unit ................................................................................................... (262) 238-8387 .......................... 55
Vietnam Veterans of America ................................................................................... (800) 273-8255 .......................... 55
Village of Grafton Police Department ........................................................................ (262) 375-5320 .......................... 55
Village of Saukville Police Department...................................................................... (262) 284-0444 .......................... 55
VIP Group ................................................................................................................. (262) 242-2248 .......................... 56
Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County ....................................................................... (262) 377-1616 .......................... 56
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance ............................................................................. (800) 829-1040 .......................... 56
W.J. Niederkorn Library ............................................................................................ (262) 284-5031 .......................... 56
Warmline Inc ............................................................................................................. (414) 777-4729 .......................... 56
Washington County Sheriff Department .................................................................... (262) 335-4378 .......................... 57
Waubeka Volunteer Fire Department ........................................................................ (262) 692-2656 .......................... 57
Waukesha County Sheriff Department ...................................................................... (262) 446-5070 .......................... 57
Wheaton Franciscan Pharmacy ................................................................................ (414) 447-2585 .......................... 57
Wheelchair Recycling Program ................................................................................. (262) 439-8248 .......................... 57
Wis Board for People with Developmental Disabilities .............................................. (888) 332-1677 .......................... 57
Wisconsin Branch-International Dyslexia Association ............................................... (608) 355-0911 .......................... 57
Wisconsin Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Association, Inc ............................................ (608) 834-1001 .......................... 58
Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................... (262) 242-3810 ......................... 58
Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired Inc............................................. (800) 783-5213 .......................... 58
Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling ................................................................. (800) 426-2535 .......................... 59
Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation ................................................................ (888) 338-6852 .......................... 59
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development ................................................... (800) 822-5246 .......................... 59
Wisconsin Family Ties, Inc ........................................................................................ (800) 422-7145 .......................... 59
Wisconsin Farm Center- ........................................................................................... (608) 224-5012 .......................... 59
Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance ................................................. (800) 236-8517 .......................... 60
Wisconsin Poison Center .......................................................................................... (800) 222-1222 .......................... 60
Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ...................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
Wisconsin Rideshare ................................................................................................ (800) 455-7665 .......................... 60
Wisconsin Road Conditions .............................................................................................. 5-1-1 .................................. 61
Wisconsin School for the Visually Handicapped ....................................................... (800) 832-9784 .......................... 61
Wisconsin Talking Book & Braille Library .................................................................. (800) 242-8822 .......................... 61
Wisconsin Telecommunications Relay System ................................................................. 7-1-1 .................................. 61
Women, Minority & Beginning Farmers..................................................................... (800) 942-2474 .......................... 61
Workforce 2020 Youth Apprenticeship Program ....................................................... (262) 268-6074 .......................... 62
Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee County .................................................. (262) 238-2880 .......................... 62
Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center .................................................................. (262) 375-0010 .......................... 62
Youth and Family Project, Inc ................................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63




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                                                              An informal educational youth group involved in year
2-1-1 First Call For Help                                     round project work and club and county activities.
Agency: Mental Health Association in Waukesha                 Projects might include music, theater arts, animal
County, Inc                                                   care, environmental education, hobbies, crafts and
S22 W22660 East Broadway                                      science activities. Emphasis is on the development of
Waukesha, WI 53186                                            the whole person. Families, youth, and adult
2-1-1 Helpline #                                              volunteers participate in activities.
(262) 547-0769 Administration
(262) 547-3388 Information                                    AARP Wisconsin State Office
(262) 549-8646 Peer Support Line                              Agency: AARP Wisconsin State Office
                                                              Call for local services. Many
24/7 hotline                                                  services by internet & telephone.
mail@mhawauk.org                                              (866) 448-3611 Toll free #
www.mhawauk.org
                                                              Office hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
A comprehensive helpline providing crisis                     wistate@aarp.org
intervention, emotional support, information and              www.aarp.org




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referral for community resources for residents of
Waukesha, Dodge, Jefferson and Walworth counties.             Provides these services:
Other services include:                                       *AARP Tax-Aide Program - free tax-preparation and
*Counseling center at MHA (Waukesha County                    assistance to low- and middle-income taxpayers and
residents only)                                               those age 60 and older; volunteers are trained and
*Dial Harmony telephonic taped messages on mental             IRS-certified; also assistance on the internet for basic
health/illness, older adults, parenting and teens             tax forms including the 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ.
                                                              *Information and resources for topics related to aging,
4C Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc                      many online, including bereavement, health,
Agency: 4C Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc              insurance, legal and financial
1805 North Martin Luther King Drive                           *AARP Driver Safety Program - at senior centers or
Milwaukee, WI 53212                                           available online
(414) 562-2650 Information / Training schedule                *Voter Education
(414) 562-2676 Resources and referral
(414) 562-2652 Food program                                   About Identity Theft
                                                              Agency: Federal Trade Commission
Mon 8:30 am-6:30 pm, Tues-Thurs 8:30 am-4:30 pm,              FTC, Consumer Response Center
Fri 8 am-12 noon, first Saturday monthly 8 am-12              600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
noon.                                                         Washington, DC 20580
childcareinfo@4c-milwaukee.org                                (877) 438-4338 Toll free helpline
www.4c-milwaukee.org                                          (866) 653-4261 TTY

Provides:                                                     Mon-Fri 9 am-8 pm.
*4C Food Program - nutrition education and                    www.ftc.gov
reimbursement for Family Child Care providers who
serve meals which meet the USDA Child and Adult               Website is a one-stop national resource about the
Food Program guidelines                                       crime of identity theft:
*Search caregivers - receive a detail childcare profile       *Provides detailed information to help you deter,
on some childcare programs in your area                       detect, and defend against identity theft
*Education and training for childcare providers               *Provides an online complaint form
*Resources and data about childcare providers                 *Learn what to do if your identity is stolen
                                                              *Businesses can learn how to help their customers
4-H and Youth Development                                     deal with identity theft, as well as how to prevent
Agency: UW Extension Cooperative Extension                    problems in the first place
Ozaukee County                                                *Law enforcement can get resources and learn how to
Call for locations of local meeting                           help victims of identity theft
Port Washington, WI 53074
(262) 284-8288 Daniel O'Neil                                  ACCESS
(262) 238-8288 Metro line                                     Agency: ACCESS
                                                              Wis Department of Health Services
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.                                         1 West Wilson Street
daniel.oneil@ces.uwex.edu                                     Madison, WI 53703
www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/4H/index.htm                             (608) 266-1865 Information




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            (608) 267-7371     TTY
            (800) 291-2002     Enrollment services                          Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County
                                                                            Agency: Grace Lutheran Church
            Website available 24/7. Call for telephone service              Grace Lutheran Church
            hours.                                                          715 6th Avenue
            webmaster@dhs.wisconsin.gov                                     Grafton, WI 53024
            www.access.wisconsin.gov                                        (262) 240-1084 Information
                                                                            (262) 377-3934 Fax
            Provides four tools for getting and managing health
            and nutrition benefits:                                         Mon-Fri 9 am-6 pm by appointment.
            *Eligibility - tells you if you might be eligible for the       adeled79@gmail.com
            following health, nutrition and other programs:                 www.adultenglishlearners.com
            FoodShare, Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus including
            Family Planning Services and +Core Plan to provide              Provides these services:
            access to basic health care services, some generic              *Works with adult students who want to improve
            drugs including mental health medications                       reading and writing skills
              -SeniorCare and other prescription drug assistance            *Works with immigrants and refugees from countries
            programs
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                                                                            around the world who want to improve their speaking
              -Free/Reduced-Price School Meals                              and understanding of English language, reading and
              -Summer Food Service Program                                  writing skills
              -The Emergency Food Assistance Program                        *Pre-GED training to referrals from local MATC
            (TEFAP)
              -Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for                   Adult Rehabilitation Center
            Women, Infants and Children (WIC)                               Agency: Salvation Army World Service Office
              -Special tax credits
                                                                            324 North Jackson Street
            *Apply For Benefits - online application for
                                                                            Milwaukee, WI 53202
            FoodShare, Medicaid, BadgerCare Plus (including
                                                                            (414) 276-4316 Information
            Family Planning Services)
            *Check My Benefits - up-to-date information about
                                                                            Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm.
            your benefits status
                                                                            www.samilwaukee.org
            *Report My Changes - an easy-to-use tool to report
            changes to your local agency
                                                                            Provides for adult men with alcohol and/or drug
                                                                            addictions a residential program that provides group
            Achievement Associates, Ltd.                                    therapy, spiritual guidance, counseling and referral
            Agency: Achievement Associates, Ltd.                            services.
            1317 West Towne Square Road
            Mequon, WI 53092
            (262) 241-5099 Information                                      Advocates of Ozaukee
                                                                            Agency: Advocates of Ozaukee
            Mon-Sun 8 am-10 pm by appointment. 24/7 on-call
                                                                            Undisclosed location
            counseling staff.
                                                                            (262) 284-6902 Crisis #, support groups
            www.achievementassociatesltd.com
                                                                            (877) 375-4034 Toll free help #
                                                                            (262) 284-3577 Administration
            Provides counseling in the following areas:
                                                                            (262) 284-8828 TDD/TTY
            *Individual, marriage, family and divorce
            *Career, vocational & rehabilitation
                                                                            24/7 helpline.
            *Smoking cessation
                                                                            info@advocates-oz.org
            *Alcohol and drug
                                                                            www.advocates-oz.org
            *Anger management
            *Bereavement
                                                                            Provides for individuals and their families in need of
            Special services for children and youth: treatment of
                                                                            shelter, safety, and assistance due to domestic and
            school problems, underachievers, youth and teen
                                                                            sexual violence:
            issues, M-Team diagnosis and/or recommendations
                                                                            *Works to end domestic and sexual violence through
            Additional programs:
                                                                            education, prevention and intervention services
            *Chemical dependency program
                                                                            *Shelter, safety and assistance to those experiencing
            *Impaired drivers program
                                                                            domestic and sexual violence
            *Relapse prevention training
                                                                            *Sexual Assault Services- responds 24/7 to rape
            *ADD/ADHD testing
                                                                            crisis needs, will accompany victims to medical
            *Psychiatric services for child and adult
                                                                            exams, provides advocacy both medical and legal,
            *Drug testing with immediate results
                                                                            assists in obtaining restraining orders, and work with
            *Complete range of assessment for all ages
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*Support groups for children and adults of sexual             AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc
abuse and domestic violence                                   Agency: AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc
*Recycles cell phones as a fundraising source. Cell           820 North Plankinton Avenue
phones can be taken to Harris Banks, Cornerstone              PO Box 510498
Bank, National City Bank and the Advocates                    Milwaukee, WI 53203-0092
administrative office, 885 Badger Circle, Grafton.            (800) 359-9272 Toll free #
                                                              (414) 273-1991 Information
Aging & Disability Resource Center of                         (800) 991-5532 Insurance for uninsured
Ozaukee County-                                               (414) 225-1527 Housing programs
Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of                 (414) 223-6800 Medical Center
Ozaukee County
121 West Main Street                                          Mon-Thur 9 am-9 pm, Fri 9 am-5 pm, Spanish Wed 3-
Port Washington, WI 53074                                     6 pm.
(262) 284-8120 Information locally                            www.arcw.org
(262) 238-8120 Information metro
(866) 537-4261 Toll free #                                    Provides for those with HIV in the LGBT community:
                                                              *Wisconsin AIDS line for information and referrals




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Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.                                         *Community education and street outreach
adrc@co.ozaukee.wi.us                                         *Anonymous HIV counseling and testing
www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging                                    *Clean needle exchange for IV drug users
                                                              *Case management for housing, financial, legal, food
A one-stop source of information and assistance for           *STD diagnosis and treatment
older adults, and adults with disabilities age 18 and         *Support groups
older. Provides:                                              *Residential facilities, rent and utility assistance, and
*Information and referral services                            other supportive services
*In-home assessments of needs and resources                   *Information materials to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual,
available                                                     and Transgendered community
*Funding for adult day care, respite, homemaking,             *Operates ARCW Medical Center providing medical,
emergency alert systems                                       dental, mental health care
*Counseling for legal issues, financial benefits, long-
term care options                                             Al-Anon Family Groups of SE Wisconsin
*Nutrition programs                                           Agency: Al-Anon Family Groups of SE Wisconsin
*Transportation referral                                      Call, email or check website for meetings in
*Assistance finding older-adult low-income and elderly        Southeast Wisconsin
housing                                                       (414) 257-2415 Information
*Education about Medicare, legal issues of older              (800) 344-2666 Toll free #
adults, insurance and benefits
*Family Care Program                                          Call for information.
*Home delivered meals                                         alanon@alanon-wi.org
*Manages senior dining centers, including the                 www.alanon-wi.org
locations in the Cedarburg, Grafton and Port
Washington Senior Centers                                     Provides to families, friends, and young people to
                                                              help recover from the effects of living with an
Aging & Disability Resource Center of                         alcoholic, in anonymity and confidentiality:
Washington County                                             *Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions and Twelve
Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of                 Concepts of Service - programs of recovery
Washington County                                             *Al-Anon Family Groups - support groups
333 East Washington Street                                    *Alateen - peer support group of young people
Suite 1000                                                    *Lone Member Service - for the homebound
West Bend, WI 53095
(877) 306-3030 Toll free #                                    Alcoholics Anonymous - Ozaukee County
(262) 335-4497 Information                                    Agency: Alcoholics Anonymous
                                                              Call for locations and times of
Mon 8 am-7 pm, Tues-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.                         meetings.
linda.olson@co.washington.wi.us                               (414) 771-9119 Helpline, local meetings
www.co.washington.wi.us                                       (414) 771-9119 24/7 helpline

Provides information and referral resources for               24/7 helpline. Office hours Mon-Fri 9 am-6 pm, Sat 9
Washington County.                                            am-5 pm.
                                                              gmco@aamilwaukee.com
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            Provides referrals to support groups, follow up, etc.            related side effects of chemotherapy & radiation
            for alcohol abusers and provides speakers, monthly               *Reach to Recovery Program - One-on-One support
            paper and literature.                                            for a breast cancer patient from a breast cancer
                                                                             survivor
                                                                             *I Can Cope Online - online educational program
            Alzheimer's Association
            Agency: Alzheimer's Association                                  American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin
            Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter                                   Agency: American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin
            620 South 76th Street, Suite 160                                 207 East Buffalo Street
            Milwaukee, WI 53214                                              Suite 325
            (800) 272-3900 24/7 helpline                                     Milwaukee, WI 53202
            (888) 572-8566 Safe Return Program                               (414) 272-4032 Information
            (414) 479-8800 Information
            (920) 838-1311 Local #
                                                                             Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
            Office hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm. Safe Return                   inquiries@aclu-wi.org for legal inquiries
            registration Mon-Fri 6 am-7 pm, Sat 8 am-5 pm                    www.aclu-wi.org
DIRECTORY




            (PST).
            ginny.nyhuis@alz.org                                             Provides:
            www.alz.org/sewi                                                 *Youth Justice Social Forum - annually Greater
                                                                             Milwaukee Area students get an up-close-and-
            Provides these Alzheimer's disease related services:             personal look at government
            *Helpline                                                        *Litigation Program - selects cases which are believed
            *Care Consultation - assistance with assessment of               to have the greatest impact on protecting civil
            needs, planning and problem solving, supportive                  liberties. See website for forms and process under
            listening                                                        legal tab
            *Support Groups - for caregivers, facilitated by trained         *Capital Watch Program - information about civil
            volunteers; several specialized support groups                   liberties and related activity in the Wisconsin
            *Education and Training Programs                                 Legislature
            *Safe Return® - a nationwide identification, support             *ACLUSA - Student Associations, start one in your
            and enrollment program when someone with                         own school
            Alzheimer's or a related dementia wanders                        *Legal Observer Training - poll watcher training
            *Multicultural Outreach
            *Local resources and referrals - updated information             American Diabetes Association
            on diagnostic clinics, home care, adult day care, care           Agency: American Diabetes Association
            coordination, assisted living, skilled nursing facilities,       375 Bishops Way
            elder-care lawyers, transportation available,                    Suite 220
            assessment of a specific care provider                           Brookfield, WI 53005
            *Local Clinical Trials and Research Studies                      (800) 342-2383 Toll free #
                                                                             (414) 778-5500 Local #
            American Cancer Society                                          (262) 797-9270 Fax
            Agency: American Cancer Society
            N19 W24350 Riverwood Drive                                       Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm, for national toll free number.
            Waukesha, WI 53188                                               AskADA@diabetes.org
            (262) 523-5500 Information                                       www.diabetes.org
            (800) 227-2345 24/7 helpline, bilingual
            (866) 228-4327 TTY                                               Provides:
            (262) 523-5500 Look Good/Feel Better program                     *Information and referrals
                                                                             *Research database
            Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm.                                            *Advocacy
            www.cancer.org                                                   *Health insurance information
                                                                             *Summer camps for children, membership fees apply
            Provides:                                                        *Support groups
            *Information and referral to resources, prevention and
            early detection                                                  American Heart Association
            *Cancer Survivors network                                        Agency: American Heart Association
            *Camp for children under age 18 with cancer and their            660 East Mason Street
            families                                                         Suite 200
            *Referral to local support groups                                Milwaukee, WI 53202
            *Look Good...Feel Better Program - free service by               (800) 242-9236 Toll free #
            certified cosmetologists teach cancer patients
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(414) 271-9999    Information                               *Freedom From Smoking® program - considered the
                                                            "gold standard" of group-setting, peer-support
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.                                       smoking cessation programs for adults
www.americanheart.org                                       *Publishes a number of special reports on air
                                                            pollution
Provides:                                                   *Informs and educates the public about the impact
*Information and wellness programs for the general          and prevention of lung disease
population and by different races, ages and genders         *Asthma 101 - overview of asthma signs and
*CPR training                                               symptoms, triggers, medications, asthma action plans
*Campaigns to end smoking                                   and how to respond to an asthma emergency
*Walking programs for cardiovascular improvements
*Information about stroke factors                           American Red Cross in Southeastern
*Referrals to area hospitals recognized for quality         Wisconsin
cardiac and stroke care                                     Agency: American Red Cross in Southeastern
                                                            Wisconsin
American Kidney Fund                                        2600 West Wisconsin Avenue
Agency: American Kidney Fund                                Milwaukee, WI 53233




                                                                                                                   DIRECTORY
6110 Executive Boulevard                                    (414) 342-8680 Information
Suite 1010                                                  (800) 236-8680 Toll free #
Rockville, MD 20852
(866) 300-2900 Helpline                                     Hours by appointment.
(800) 638-8299 Patient services                             www.redcrossinsewis.org

Helpline hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm, EST.                      Provides:
helpline@kidneyfund.org                                     *Relief to victims of disaster and help to prevent,
www.kidneyfund.org                                          prepare and respond to emergencies
                                                            *Classes:
Provides for dialysis and kidney transplant patients:         -First Aid, CPR & AED
*Financial assistance for travel to and from dialysis         -Lifeguarding & Swimming
treatments and related expenses such as installation          -Babysitter Training
of a wheelchair ramp in the home, emergency dental            -Instructor Training
work, paying the expenses of someone who donated              -Disaster Training
a kidney to the patient and expenses related to               -CBRF CPR Courses
medications and insurance premiums                          *Blood Drives
*Summer Enrichment Program - for children
*Specialty programs - help patients afford treatment        American Speech Language/Hearing
during emergency travel and recover from natural            Association
disasters                                                   Agency: American Speech Language/Hearing
*Kidney Health Education brochures and programs
                                                            Association
                                                            2200 Research Boulevard
American Lung Association of Wisconsin                      Rockville, MD 20850-3289
Agency: American Lung Association of Wisconsin              (800) 498-2071 Toll free #
13100 West Lisbon Road                                      (301) 296-5690 TTY
Suite 700
Brookfield, WI 53005                                        Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm (EST).
(800) 586-4872 Lung Helpline                                actioncenter@asha.org
(262) 703-4200 Information                                  www.asha.org

Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm.                                          Provides:
amlung@lungwi.org                                           *Information and referral so people with speech,
www.lungwi.org                                              language, and hearing disorders receive services to
                                                            help them communicate effectively
Provides:                                                   *Understand your Health Plan - assistance in
*Lung Helpline - staffed by registered nurses and           understanding and obtaining insurance coverage for
registered respiratory therapists                           speech and hearing services
*Tobacco control - a variety of smoking control and         *Alternative sources for health care assistance
prevention programs                                         *ProSearch - online directory of Audiology and
*Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU) - drive to                Speech-Language Pathology programs who employ
eliminate tobacco use among youth, peer-teaching            audiologists and SLPs who hold the Certificate of
tobacco control program                                     Clinical Competence (CCC)
*Not On Tobacco, or N-O-T - smoking cessation
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            Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc                               (800) 972-9002    TTY/TDD
            Agency: Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc                       (800) 980-4889    TTY
            101 East Pier Street                                         (800) 910-1030    Spanish
            Port Washington, WI 53074
            (262) 284-3117 Information                                   Mon-Fri 7 am-6 pm, Sat 7 am-4 pm.
                                                                         www.att.com/gen/general?pid=10245
            Mon-Fri 8 am-9 pm.
            aroport@yahoo.com                                            Provides access to basic phone services at reduced
            www.arobhc.com                                               rates for qualifying persons based on income level
                                                                         and participation in another government assistance
            Accepts Medicaid, Medicare or other third-party              program.
            payment accepted, private insurance, and private pay
            accepted. Variety of insurance plans accepted. Some          Aurora Advanced Healthcare Cedar Creek
            county funds may be available. 50% reduction in fees         Clinic
            for the uninsured. Provides:                                 Agency: Aurora Healthcare North West Clinic
            *Full continuum of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse              215 West Washington Street
            Treatment                                                    Grafton, WI 53024
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            *Adolescent Educational Supportive Counseling                (262) 375-3700 Clinic
            *Corrections Programming                                     (414) 586-5722 Diabetes Educator
            *DWI Programming                                             (414) 647-3000 Administration
            *Drug/Alcohol Screens
            *Dual Diagnosis Programming                                  Meets first Wednesdays monthly 6-7 pm.
            *Family Programming                                          lbarth@ah.com
            *Couples Therapy, relationship issues                        www.aurorahealthcare.org
            *Women's Issues
            *Anxiety, depression and stress management                   Diabetes Support Group - facilitated by dieticians and
            *Children/Adolescent Programming                             diabetes educators.
            *Domestic Violence
            *Anger Management - 10 week programs; programs               Aurora Advanced Healthcare Port
            also available for those with a history of domestic
                                                                         Washington Clinic
            violence
                                                                         Agency: Aurora Healthcare North West Clinic
            *Grief and Loss Counseling
                                                                         1777 West Grand Avenue
            *EAP Services
                                                                         Port Washington, WI 53074
            *Court-ordered and Legal Assessments
                                                                         (262) 284-3756 Clinic
            *Case Management
                                                                         (414) 586-5722 Diabetes Educator
            *Bariatric Assessment
                                                                         (414) 647-3000 Administration
            *Faith-based counseling
            *Sex Offender Treatment (SOT) Services
                                                                         Meets fourth Thursdays monthly 3-4 pm.
                                                                         lbarth@ah.com
            Arthritis Foundation Wisconsin Chapter                       www.aurorahealthcare.org
            Agency: Arthritis Foundation Wisconsin Chapter
            1650 South 108th Street                                      Diabetes Support Group - facilitated by dieticians and
            West Allis, WI 53214-4021                                    diabetes educators.
            (800) 283-7800 Toll free helpline
            (800) 242-9945 Toll free #
                                                                         Aurora Family Service
            (414) 321-3933 Local chapter #
                                                                         Agency: Aurora Family Service
                                                                         3200 West Highland Boulevard
            Helpline 24/7.
                                                                         Milwaukee, WI 53208
            info.wi@arthritis.org
                                                                         (414) 342-4560 Main switchboard
            www.arthritis.org/chapters/wisconsin
                                                                         (414) 345-4941 Counseling intake
                                                                         (414) 342-4560 Consumer credit counseling
            Provides:
            *Information and referral to resources about arthritis
                                                                         Tues-Thurs 8 am-8 pm, Fri 8 am-5 pm.
            *Education and evidence-based exercise classes
                                                                         www.aurorahealthcare.org/services/familysocial
            *Advocacy, events, fundraising, magazine
                                                                         Provides services to anyone regardless of income:
            AT&T Lifeline Wisconsin                                      *Counseling and family counseling
            Agency: AT&T Lifeline Wisconsin                              *Community mental health partnerships
            PO Box 4600                                                  *Parenting education programs
            Waterloo, IA 50704-4600                                      *Professional education and development
            (800) 440-9853 Information




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Aurora Medical Center                                          Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin,
Agency: Aurora Medical Center                                  Inc
675 Port Washington Road                                       Agency: Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin,
Grafton, WI 53024                                              Inc
(866) 443-2584 Central info #                                  9733 West Saint Martins Road
                                                               Franklin, WI 53132
Emergency services available 24/7.                             (414) 427-9345 Information
www.aurora.org/Grafton
                                                               Mon-Fri 9 am-2 pm.
Full-service hospital.                                         info@assew.org
                                                               www.assew.org
Aurora Sexual Assault Treatment Center
Agency: Aurora Sexual Assault Treatment Center                 Provides related to the Autism Spectrum:
945 North 12th Street                                          *Information and Referral - for parents, professionals
Milwaukee, WI 53233                                            and the public
(414) 219-5555 Information                                     *Networking opportunities - workshops, presentations
(414) 219-5938 Information                                     and Parent-to-Parent forums




                                                                                                                        DIRECTORY
(800) 947-6644 TTY/TDD                                         *The Parenting Series - monthly meetings during the
                                                               school year with expert speakers on topics members
Immediate treatment is provided 24/7.                          request
debbie.donovan@aurora.org                                      *Monthly Support Groups
www.aurorahealthcare.org                                       *ASSEW Membership Benefits:
                                                                 -Lending Library - a comprehensive library on
Provides to anyone who is the victim of a sexual               autism
assault or abuse:                                                -Parent-to-Parent Resource Directory - a family
*Safe, caring services to survivors of rape, incest,           support network
sexual abuse and sexual assault                                  -member or family events - summer picnic, fall
*Sexual assault treatment, includes appropriate                outing, other events
collection and documentation of evidence                         -newsletters
*Medical assessment and treatment                                -ASSEW and ASW conference discounts, voting
*Sexual assault counseling                                     privileges, email announcements
*Psycho-Educational Group - free 8 week program on
safety to transition victims waiting for a support group       Autism Spectrum Disorder Support Group
or counseling; provides a connection during the                Agency: Autism Spectrum Disorder Support Group
transition from crisis to healing                              Call or email for meeting times
*Resources and referral, follow-up support                     and location.
* Note that Advocates will provide someone to                  (262) 376-1250 Information
accompany a victim of sexual abuse to the Treatment
Center 24/7                                                    Group meets monthly. Call or email for specific times
                                                               and location.
Aurora Visiting Nurse Association of                           dobbsfam@wi.rr.com
Wisconsin
Agency: Aurora Visiting Nurse Association of                   Support group for parents of autistic children and for
Wisconsin                                                      people who want to learn more about autism.
2636 Eastern Avenue
Plymouth, WI 53073                                             Badger Assn of the Blind and Visually
(920) 449-7600 Information                                     Impaired, Inc
(800) 686-4314 Toll free #                                     Agency: Badger Assn of the Blind and Visually
                                                               Impaired, Inc
Services available 24/7.                                       912 North Hawley Road
daniel.blaha@aurora.org                                        Milwaukee, WI 53213
www.aurorahealthcare.org/services/vna/services.asp             (414) 258-9200 Local information
                                                               (877) 258-9200 Toll free #
Provides a variety of health services including                (414) 615-0158 Low Vision Service
immunizations.                                                 (414) 615-0121 Vision Rehabilitation

                                                               Call for hours.
                                                               www.badgerassoc.org

                                                               Provides:
                                                               *Assistive Technology training




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            *Braille instruction
            *Orientation and Mobility training                              Belgium Fire Department
            *Apartments for blind and visually impaired persons             Agency: Belgium Fire Department
            *Low Vision services                                            195 Commerce Street
            *Recreational programs                                          Belgium, WI 53004
            *Vision Loss support groups                                     9-1-1           Emergency services
            *Vision Rehabilitation services                                 (262) 285-3257 Administration
            *Membership program
            *Children's programming                                         Emergency services available 24/7.
                                                                            BelgiumFireWI@yahoo.com
            Balance, Inc                                                    www.belgiumfire.com
            Agency: Balance, Inc
            134 South Foster Drive                                          Provides fire and rescue services.
            Saukville, WI 53080
            (262) 268-6811 Information                                      Belgium Village Marshal
                                                                            Agency: Belgium, Village
            Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm.                                              195 Commerce Street
DIRECTORY




            info@balanceinc.org                                             PO Box 224
            www.balanceinc.org                                              Belgium, WI 53004
                                                                            (262) 483-8751 Information
            Provides for persons age 18 and older diagnosed
            developmentally disabled. Contracts with Ozaukee                Call for hours.
            Department of Human Services. Call for details.                 villagehall@village.belgium.wi.us
            Special Summer Recreation Program contracted                    www.village.belgium.wi.us
            through Ozaukee County. Special Summer
            Recreation Program for children age 5-15 with a                 Marshal deals with village ordinances only. Ozaukee
            developmental disability:                                       County Sheriff's Department serves the village for all
            *Pace - Adult Day Service program, a community                  other matters.
            based activity program for individuals who require a
            high level of support due to their disability                   Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin
            *Supported Living Program - assistance in the home a
                                                                            Agency: Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin
            few hours each week with money management, home
                                                                            10101 West Greenfield Avenue
            management, meal planning and other activities. Most
                                                                            Suite 125
            participants work in the community and pay their own
                                                                            Milwaukee, WI 53214
            rent and living expenses.
                                                                            (414) 847-6000 Company info & complaints
            *Adult Family Homes - 24 hour assistance and
                                                                            (800) 273-1002 Toll free #
            supervision
            *Individualized Services - individual counseling,
                                                                            Mon-Fri 8:30 am-3:30 pm.
            occupational therapy, consultations to schools
                                                                            info@wisconsin.bbb.org
            *Ozaukee County Special Summer Recreation
                                                                            www.wisconsin.bbb.org
            Program - four weeks each summer offering
            recreation activities for children with developmental
                                                                            Provides:
            disabilities. Children are partnered with volunteers
                                                                            *Unbiased nonprofit organization assists consumers
            who attend the activity with them.
                                                                            determine if a business is reputable
                                                                            *Accredited businesses contractually agree and
            Belgium - Senior Dining Center                                  adhere to the organization’s standards of ethical
            Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of                   business behavior
            Ozaukee County                                                  *Provides objective advice, free business Reliability
            American Legion Hall                                            Reports, charity Wise Giving Reports, and
            655 Park Street                                                 educational information on topics affecting
            Belgium, WI 53004                                               marketplace trust
            (262) 284-8120 Reserve lunch                                    *Offers complaint and dispute resolution support for
            (262) 238-8120 Reserve lunch                                    consumers and businesses when there is a difference
                                                                            in viewpoints
            Serves lunch on Wednesdays.
            aging@co.ozaukee.wi.us                                          Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee County,
            www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging
                                                                            Inc
                                                                            Agency: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee County,
            Provides a nutritious, low-cost lunch in a social setting
                                                                            Inc
            for anyone 60 and older and their spouse regardless
                                                                            885 Badger Circle
            of age. Reserve your lunch the day before by noon.
                                                                            Grafton, WI 53024
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(262) 377-0784    Information                                  (262) 284-8120    Information locally
                                                               (262) 238-8120    Information metro
Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm.
bbbsoz@sbcglobal.net                                           Meets third Tuesdays monthly 6:30-8:30 pm.
www.bigs-ozaukee.org                                           aging@co.ozaukee.wi.us
                                                               www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging/html
Provides youth mentoring that matches children who
need and want a special friend to caring adults who            Provides information and support for caregivers.
take an active interest in their welfare and well-being.
The child can meet with their Big Brother or Big Sister        Caregiver Support Group-Grafton
in the community, at their school or at a designated           Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of
site. All of the friendships are one-on-one and                Ozaukee County
professionally supported to help assure the child's            St. John's Lutheran Church
safety and the positive lasting impact the friendship is       1193 Lakefield Road
having on the child's life.                                    Grafton, WI 53024
                                                               (262) 238-8120 Information metro
Boys Town (National Hotline)                                   (262) 284-8120 Information locally




                                                                                                                        DIRECTORY
Agency: Boys Town
Services provided by telephone                                 Meets for seven weeks. Call for next session.
hotline.                                                       aging@co.ozaukee.wi.us
(800) 448-3000 National hotline                                www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging/html
(800) 448-1833 TTY
                                                               Program "Taking Care of You: Powerful Tools for
Services available 24/7.                                       Caregiving" provided for caregivers of anyone in-
hotline@boystown.org                                           home or at a distance. Participants learn to cope with
www.boystown.org                                               their emotions and learn about community resources
                                                               available.
Telephone helpline that provides trained, professional
counselors for teens and parents:                              Cedar Creek Counseling S.C.
*Dealing with mental health issues                             Agency: Cedar Creek Counseling S.C.
*Suicide                                                       1009 West Glen Oaks Lane
*Running away                                                  Suite 209
*Parenting problems                                            Mequon, WI 53092
*Relationship concerns                                         (262) 240-0299 Information
*Physical, sexual, and emotional abuse                         (262) 240-0308 Fax
*Chemical dependency
*Anger, aggressive behavior                                    Mon-Fri 9 am-7 pm.
                                                               www.cedarcreekcounseling.com
Bureau of Consumer Protection
Agency: Federal Trade Commission                               Through licensed professional counselors provides
FTC, Consumer Response Center                                  counseling for:
600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW                                    *Depression, anxiety and stress
Washington, DC 20580                                           *Social anxiety
(877) 382-4357 Information                                     *Self-esteem
(866) 653-4261 TTY                                             *Relationships and marriage, divorce
                                                               *Family therapy
Website available 24/7.                                        *Bereavement
www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov                                  *Life transitions, career issues
                                                               *Post-traumatic stress
Provides services and information to prevent fraud,            *Childhood and sexual abuse
deception and unfair business practices in the                 *Obsessions and compulsions
marketplace; information to help consumers exercise            *Coping with health problems
their rights, spot and avoid fraud and deception; file a       *Men’s and women's issues
complaint about fraud or identity theft.                       *Cross-cultural therapy
                                                               *Spiritual issues
Caregiver Support Group-Cedarburg
Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of                  Cedar Grove-Belgium School District
Ozaukee County                                                 Agency: Cedar Grove-Belgium School District
Harris Bank Community Room                                     321 North 2nd Street
N69 W5289 Columbia Road                                        Cedar Grove, WI 53013
Cedarburg, WI 53012                                            (920) 668-8686 Information




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            (262) 285-4507    Information                                Cedarburg Parks and Recreation
                                                                         Department-
            Call for hours.                                              Agency: Cedarburg Parks and Recreation
            sshaw@cgbsd.com                                              Department
            www.cedargrovebelgium.k12.wi.us                              W63 N645 Washington Avenue
                                                                         PO Box 49
            The administrative office for the Cedar Grove-Belgium        Cedarburg, WI 53012
            public schools.                                              (262) 375-7611 Information

            Cedarburg Cultural Center Inc                                Mon-Fri 8:30-11:30 am, 12:30-4:30 pm.
            Agency: Cedarburg Cultural Center Inc                        mhilvo@ci.cedarburg.wi.us
            W62 N546 Washington Avenue                                   www.ci.cedarburg.wi.us
            Cedarburg, WI 53012
            (262) 375-3676 Information                                   Provides a variety of activities, exercise and programs
            (262) 375-4120 Fax                                           for all ages. Call, visit website or pick-up a directory
                                                                         from the library, Parks office or Town Hall for
            Tues-Sat 10 am-5 pm, Sun 12 noon-4 pm.                       information.
DIRECTORY




            cccenter@ameritech.net
            www.cedarburgculturalcenter.org                              Cedarburg Police Department
                                                                         Agency: Cedarburg Police Department
            Provides:                                                    W75 N444 Wauwatosa Road
            *Art Education Classes                                       Cedarburg, WI 53012
            *Children's Theater                                          9-1-1           Emergency #
            *Fireside Chats                                              (262) 375-7620 Information
            *Museums:
              -Kuhefuss House Museum                                     Emergency services available 24/7. Office hours Mon-
              -General Store Museum                                      Fri 8 am-4 pm.
            *Gothic History Tour                                         cpd@ci.cedarburg.wi.us
            *Art Exhibits                                                www.cedarburgpolice.com
            *Performances of comedy, music, etc.
            *Rental space                                                Provides:
                                                                         *Crisis and emergency response services
            Cedarburg Farmers Market                                     *Animal Control - for the City of Cedarburg
            Agency: Cedarburg Farmers Market                             *Block Parent Program -identifies temporary refuges
            Northwest Corner of Mill Street and                          for a child in an emergency situation
            Washington Avenue                                            *Citizen's Police Academy - first-hand look at the
            Cedarburg, WI 53012                                          function of modern law enforcement and community
            (262) 377-9620 Information                                   crime prevention
            (262) 673-3122 Information                                   *CrimeReports service - citizens can sign-up for email
                                                                         alerts when crime occurs near a specified address or
            June through October, Fridays 9 am-2 pm.                     visit the website, www.CrimeReports.com
            katbeads9@hotmail.com                                        *DARE-Drug Abuse Resistance Education Program -
                                                                         taught in Cedarburg’s schools, covers drug abuse
            Enjoy more than 25 vendors of fresh farm produce,            resistance strategies
            garden art, fresh bakery, perennials, sauces, soap,          *Fleet Watch - city wide effort of public employees
            syrup and more.                                              and vehicles. Mobile radio units act as a crime
                                                                         deterrent, an alternate means of communicating with
            Cedarburg Fire Department                                    emergency services for citizens.
            Agency: Cedarburg Fire Department                            *Hunter Safety course - contact Sargeant Pat
            W61 N631 Mequon Avenue                                       Spaeth-
            Cedarburg, WI 53012                                          *Motor Vehicle Department Services - available 24/7
            9-1-1           Emergency #                                  *Safety Camp - children ride their bikes around the
            (262) 375-7630 Non-emergency                                 City of Cedarburg and attend safety presentations at
                                                                         various locations
            Emergency services 24/7.                                     *Safety Town - road safety geared for children
            info@cedarburgfiredept.com                                   entering kindergarten in the fall
            www.cedarburgfiredept.com                                    *TELE-CARE - for individuals living alone who may be
                                                                         in need of assistance. Individuals agree to call CPD’s
            Provides fire and rescue services by calling 911.            non-emergency number every day prior to noon.
                                                                         When they do not call a police officer is sent to check
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*Prescription drop-box to safely dispose of                      Provides a variety of programs:
medications without endangering the environment                  *Entertainment
                                                                 *Outings
Cedarburg Public Library                                         *Movies
Agency: Cedarburg Public Library                                 *Educational programs
W63 N583 Hanover Avenue                                          *Social events
Cedarburg, WI 53012
(262) 375-7640 Information
                                                                 Cedarburg Senior Van Service
Mon-Thur 10 am-8 pm, Fri-Sat 10 am-5 pm.                         Agency: Cedarburg Senior Center
cbref@esls.lib.wi.us                                             W63 N643 Washington Avenue
www.cedarburg.lib.wi.us                                          Cedarburg, WI 53012
                                                                 (262) 375-7644 Information
Provides library services and in addition the following
services:                                                        Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm.
*EasiCat - One list available online,                            clafontaine@ci.cedarburg.wi.us
http://www.easicat.net, of all the items owned by the            www.ci.cedarburg.wi.us




                                                                                                                         DIRECTORY
bookmobile, the 13 public libraries in Ozaukee and
Sheboygan Counties, and Lakeland College. You                    Van service available for city of Cedarburg residents
can check out items and return them at any of the                age 55 and older in a shared-ride van. It is operated
EasiCat libraries.                                               by the City of Cedarburg as a program of the
*WI-FI Access - allows for personal computer                     Cedarburg Senior Center.
equipment to access the Internet via a wireless
network                                                          Cedarburg Youth Center
*Access to online databases through website                      Agency: Cedarburg Parks and Recreation
*Reference services of the reference librarian and               Department
online national reference librarian services                     Cedarburg Community Center Gym
*Check-out available of CDs, DVDs, music                         W63 N641 Washington Avenue
*Story Time, children's programs                                 Cedarburg, WI 53012
                                                                 (262) 375-7611 Information
Cedarburg School District
Agency: Cedarburg School District                                October through April Mon-Thurs 3-5 pm.
W68 N611 Evergreen Boulevard                                     mhilvo@ci.cedarburg.wi.us
Cedarburg, WI 53012                                              www.ci.cedarburg.wi.us
(262) 376-6100 Information
(262) 376-6219 Adult continuing education                        Provides for students of Cedarburg School District in
                                                                 grades 5-8:
Call for hours.                                                  *Drop-in program
dherrick@cedarburg.k12.wi.us                                     *Activities include open gym, air hockey, ping-pong,
www.cedarburg.k12.wi.us                                          pool, foosball, video games
                                                                 *Concessions available
The administrative office for the Cedarburg public
schools. Offers adult continuing education classes in            Center for Blind and Visually Impaired
a variety of subjects from crafts to computers.                  Children, Inc
                                                                 Agency: Center for Blind and Visually Impaired
Cedarburg Senior Center-                                         Children, Inc
Agency: Cedarburg Senior Center                                  5600 West Brown Deer Road
W63 N643 Washington Avenue                                       Suite 4
Cedarburg, WI 53012                                              Milwaukee, WI 53223
(262) 375-7644 Senior Center                                     (414) 355-3060 Information
(262) 483-2876 Reserve lunch
(262) 238-8120 Reserve lunch                                     Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm.
                                                                 tdavis@cbvic.org
Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm. Lunch served Mon-Fri.                         www.cbvic.org
clafontaine@ci.cedarburg.wi.us
www.ci.cedarburg.wi.us                                           Provides:
                                                                 *Early Intervention - educational intervention and
An Ozaukee County Senior Dining Center, providing a              prescribed therapies to infants and toddlers who are
nutritious, low-cost lunch in a social setting for anyone        blind or visually impaired, including those with
60 and older and their spouse regardless of age.                 additional disabilities, birth to age 3
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            vision and sensory training, orientation and mobility        Provides:
            training; includes speech/language, occupational and         *Rehabilitation training for clients in several areas
            physical therapy; family support and education; for          including independent living skills, communication,
            ages 3 to 6.                                                 employment, and Orientation and Mobility (Travel
            *Vision Consultation Services - functional vision            Skills).
            assessments and consultation                                 *Direct services:
            *Programs for parents of children who are blind or             -support group
            visually Impaired - provide support and education              -individual adjustment services
                                                                           -community support services program (SSP)
            Center for Communication, Hearing and                          -social opportunities-WISH, with impaired sight and
            Deafness Inc                                                 hearing social group
            Agency: Center for Communication, Hearing and                *Services available to family members and support
            Deafness Inc                                                 networks, with the consent of the client
            10243 West National Avenue                                   *Older adult series
            West Allis, WI 53227                                         *Resources and information referral
            (414) 604-2200 Information
            (414) 604-7217 TTY                                           Centro Legal
DIRECTORY




                                                                         Agency: Centro Legal Por Derechos Humanos Inc
            Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.                                        614 West National Avenue
            info@cchdwi.org                                              Milwaukee, WI 53204
            www.cchdwi.org                                               (414) 384-7900      Information
                                                                         (414) 384-7900x34 Director
            Provides:                                                    (414) 384-6222      Fax
            *For children and families:
              -Birth to Three Program                                    Mon-Thurs 9 am-5:30 pm, Fri-Sat 9 am-12 noon.
              -toddler communication groups                              hramires@centrolegalwisconsin.org
              -speech-language and auditory-verbal therapies             www.centrolegalwisconsin.org
              -parent education workshops
              -parent resource center                                    Centro Legal provides legal representation to low-
              -parent/child sign language classes                        income clients in family law and misdemeanor
              -music classes                                             defense cases, including specialized services for
              -family learning vacation                                  victims of domestic abuse. Eligibility based on
            *For adults:                                                 household income maximum of 300% of the federal
              -hearing rehabilitation                                    poverty level and the case must be held in Milwaukee
              -speech-reading and communication strategies               County. Misdemeanor criminal law cases should call
            classes                                                      to schedule an appointment. Family law cases and
              -pre- and post-cochlear implant training                   questions should call Mondays, 9-10 am to schedule
              -community rehabilitation program                          a free consultation. After consultation, client engages
              -worksite assessments                                      complete direct representation in their case for a one-
            *For the community:                                          time flat fee at the beginning of the case. Sliding fee
              -UniversaLink - hearing device demonstrations,             scale is based on income.
            sales and rentals
              -community audiology services                              Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-
              -CommunicationLink - sign language interpreting            Agency: Children's Service Society of Wisconsin
            services                                                     620 South 76th Street
              -outreach presentations and exhibits                       Suite 120
              -American sign language classes                            Milwaukee, WI 53214
                                                                         (414) 453-1400 Information
            Center for Deaf-Blind Persons, Inc                           (800) 653-2779 Toll free #
            Agency: Center for Deaf-Blind Persons, Inc
            Lower Level Marion Center-Suite L11                          Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm.
            3195 South Superior Street                                   webmaster@cssw.org
            Milwaukee, WI 53207                                          www.cssw.org
            (414) 481-7535 TTY
            (414) 481-7477 Information                                   Provides Child & Family Counseling:
            (414) 395-8418 Video Phone/VP                                *Focus on child within the family, working with parents
            (414) 481-7481 Fax                                           to address problems and resolve social and emotional
                                                                         difficulties. Goals include reduce stress and conflict,
            Info Line Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.                              enhance parenting skills and strengthen family ties.
            jschneider@deaf-blind.org                                    *Counseling for children and adolescents in these
            www.deaf-blind.org                                           areas:
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  -depression and anxiety                                      Provides:
  -low self-esteem                                             *Small claims - may be filed if does not exceed
  -divorce, separation, remarriage, or death of a loved        $5000. However, all eviction cases regardless of the
one                                                            amount of damages claimed are filed in Small Claims
  -parent-child conflicts                                      court. An attorney is optional but then it is your
  -pre- and post-adoption transition                           responsibility to know the requirements of the law.
  -anger management issues                                     *Traffic court
  -academic or behavioral school problems                      *Juvenile court
*Programs include:                                             *Register in probate - includes:
  -AODA assessments                                              -estate proceedings
  -group therapy                                                 -guardianships
  -family and in-home counseling                                 -trusts
  -psychological testing                                         -protective placements
  -psychiatric evaluation and medication management            *Adult adoptions
                                                               *Restraining orders
Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-
Sheboygan                                                      Cleft Palate Foundation




                                                                                                                         DIRECTORY
Agency: Children's Service Society of Wisconsin                Agency: Cleft Palate Foundation
615 South 8th Street                                           Services provided through helpline.
Suite 220                                                      Call for location of local support group.
Sheboygan, WI 53081                                            (800) 242-5338 24/7 helpline
(920) 458-5062 Information
                                                               24/7 helpline. Call for office hours.
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.                                          info@cleftline.org
webmaster@cssw.org                                             www.cleftline.org
www.cssw.org
                                                               Provides:
Provides Child & Family Counseling:                            *CLEFTLINE - information about clefts and other
*Focus on child within the family, working with parents        craniofacial anomalies, cleft palate/craniofacial teams
to address problems and resolve social and emotional           and parent-patient support groups available in various
difficulties. Goals include reduce stress and conflict,        regions
enhance parenting skills and strengthen family ties.           *Free publications, fact sheets - also available online
*Counseling for children and adolescents in these              *Information and resources
areas:                                                         *Referral to local support groups
  -physical or sexual abuse or trauma
  -depression and anxiety                                      Cocaine Anonymous
  -low self-esteem                                             Agency: Cocaine Anonymous
  -divorce, separation, remarriage, or death of a loved        Call for locations & times
one                                                            of meetings.
  -parent-child conflicts                                      (414) 445-5433 Helpline
  -pre - and post-adoption transition
  -anger management issues                                     Call for information.
  -academic or behavioral school problems                      webmaster@cawisconsin.org
*Programs include:                                             www.cawisconsin.org
  -AODA assessments
  -group therapy                                               Provides to anyone desiring to stop using
  -family and in-home counseling                               cocaine/other mind altering drugs:
  -psychological testing                                       *Information regarding the use/abuse of cocaine
  -psychiatric evaluation and medication management            *Peer support groups
                                                               *Twelve Step program
Circuit Court of Ozaukee County                                *Helpline
Agency: Circuit Court of Ozaukee County                        *Electronic meetings at www.ca-online.org
1201 South Spring Street
PO Box 994                                                     Columbia Center
Port Washington, WI 53074                                      Agency: Columbia Center
(262) 284-8409 Administration                                  13125 North Port Washington Road
(262) 238-8409 Information                                     Mequon, WI 53097
                                                               (262) 241-7777x105 Registration
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.                                          (262) 243-6651       Information
jeffrey.schmidt@wicourts.gov                                   (262) 243-7408       Administration
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            Parent Talk meets 10 am Wednesdays. Beyond Baby             kathryn.crumpton@aurora.org
            Blues meets 10 am Tuesdays.                                 www.creditcounselingwi.org
            www.columbiacenter.org
                                                                        Provides:
            Provides:                                                   *Financial education
            *Parent Talk - support group for new parents, does          *Financial counseling
            not require registration, walk-ins welcome.                 *Debt repayment plans, mediation with creditors
            *Beyond Baby Blues - support group for moms                 *Debt management plans help clients deal with their
            experiencing postpartum depression, requires pre-           creditors
            registration.                                               *Pre-bankruptcy counseling and education
                                                                        *Housing counseling - HUD approved: mortgage
            Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital- Ozaukee                     delinquency and default resolution counseling,
            Campus-                                                     foreclosure prevention
            Agency: Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital- Ozaukee
            Campus                                                      COPE Hotline
            13111 North Port Washington Road                            Agency: COPE Services, Inc
            Mequon, WI 53097                                            Services provided by telephone and
DIRECTORY




            (262) 243-7300 Information                                  website database.
            (414) 963-9355 Support groups                               (262) 377-2673 Hotline
            (414) 291-1250 Transportation                               (262) 377-7786 Teen line
                                                                        (800) 540-3139 Hotline toll free #
            Services available 24/7.                                    (800) 924-7786 Teen line
            www.columbia-stmarys.org
                                                                        Hotline available 24/7.
            Hospital features inpatient, outpatient, general            hotline@copeservices.org
            medical/surgical care, obstetrics, mental health and        www.copeservices.org
            emergency care. All patient rooms are private and
            feature a day bed for family members to stay                Provides through hotline:
            overnight.                                                  *Crisis intervention
            *Sexual assault treatment is provided at Aurora             *Suicide prevention & intervention
            Sexual Assault Treatment Center. Advocates will             *Confidential, supportive listening by trained listeners
            accompany people to the treatment center.                   *Information and referral to resources for the Ozaukee
                                                                        community
            Compassionate Friends of Ozaukee County                     *Outreach programs to youth in schools and to older
            Agency: Compassionate Friends, Inc                          adults
            Cedar Mills Medical Clinic                                  *Education programs to recognize depression and for
            N143 W6515 Pioneer Road                                     suicide prevention
            Cedarburg, WI 53012                                         *Teen/Home Alone Line
            (262) 376-1724 Leader                                       *Call for Senior Support Specialist - provides ongoing
            (262) 284-0889 Newsletter Editor                            support to seniors throughout the stages of aging
                                                                        *A partner in the NAPS collaborative
            Meets third Tuesdays monthly, 7 pm, September
            through May.                                                Crisis Intervention Team (Washington
            lulusmom@wi.rr.com or welshcob@execpc.com                   County)
            www.thecompassionatefriends.org                             Agency: Washington County Human Services
                                                                        Department
            Self-help support group offering friendship and             333 East Washington Street
            understanding to bereaved siblings, parents and             Suite 2100
            grandparents. The group is lead by two parents who          West Bend, WI 53095
            have lost children.                                         (866) 906-6565 Toll free #
                                                                        (262) 365-6565 24/7 Crisis Intervention
            Consumer Credit Counseling Service of
            Greater Milwaukee                                           Crisis services available 24/7.
            Agency: Aurora Family Service                               deb.dufour@co.washington.wi.us
            Bayshore Mall                                               www.co.washington.wi.us
            5800 North Bayshore Drive, Suite B2
            Glendale, WI 53217                                          Provides for Washington County:
            (888) 799-2227 Information                                  *Crisis/suicide intervention
                                                                        *Telephone and mobile crisis intervention
            Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm, evening and Saturday                  *Brief crisis therapy
            appointments available.                                     *Crisis safety planning, crisis prevention planning
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*Mental health and suicide assessment                          Provides to people suffering from depression or
*Mental health inpatient                                       manic-depression:
*Detox services                                                *Support groups, socialization
                                                               *Education, lending library
Crossroads Clinic and Family Center                            *Outside speakers
Agency: Crossroads Clinic and Family Center                    *Medical director available to speak
201 North Milwaukee Street                                     *Chapter of national organization
Port Washington, WI 53074
(262) 284-0600 Information
                                                               Disability Rights Wisconsin
Mon-Thurs 8 am-8 pm, Fri 8-4 pm. Some Saturday                 Agency: Disability Rights Wisconsin
morning counseling available.                                  6737 West Washington Street
                                                               Suite 3230
Provides:                                                      Milwaukee, WI 53214
*Marriage & family counseling                                  (800) 708-3034 Helpline
*Individual, couples and family services                       (414) 773-4646 Information
*Counseling for young children, adolescents and                (888) 758-6049 TTY




                                                                                                                       DIRECTORY
adults
*Special focus on depression, grief/bereavement and            Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
work place issues                                              www.disabilityrightswi.org
*Divorce and other disruptions of living
                                                               Provides advocacy services to all persons with
Debtors Anonymous General Service Board,                       disabilities in Wisconsin including:
Inc                                                            *Information and referral
Agency: Debtors Anonymous General Service Board,               *Advice and guidance in self-advocacy, investigating,
Inc                                                            negotiating or mediating on your behalf
Call or check website for services.                            *Representing you in legal proceedings
and to find support groups.                                    *Areas of priority:
(800) 421-2383 Toll free helpline                                -abuse and neglect
(781) 453-2743 Information                                       -patient rights
                                                                 -de-institutionalization, long-term care
Call or visit the website for meeting times and                  -special education
locations.                                                       -voting rights
office@debtorsanonymous.org                                      -discrimination in employment and housing
www.debtorsanonymous.org                                         -barriers to accessibility
                                                                 -SSI managed care
Provides to persons who desire to stop debting ages              -Medicare Part D helpline
18 and up:
*Referrals to support group meetings - members                 Diverse and Resilient Inc
share their experiences in recovery from compulsive            Agency: Diverse and Resilient Inc
indebtedness on a one-to-one basis, and introduce              2439 North Holton Street
the newcomer to D.A.'s Twelve Steps. Members are               Milwaukee, WI 53212
anonymous.                                                     (414) 390-0444 Information
*Information, resources and tools to help debtors              (414) 390-9980 Fax
recognize the problem and address it
                                                               Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance                        www.diverseandresilient.org
Ozaukee County
Agency: Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance                Serves LGBT youth ages 14 to 24. Helps LGBT youth
                                                               groups get started and succeed. Provides programs
Grace Lutheran Church
                                                               for HIV prevention needs of LGBT youth.
715 Sixth Avenue
Grafton, WI 53024
(262) 338-1614 Information                                     Division of Motor Vehicle Service Center-
(414) 964-2586 Milwaukee Chapter                               Saukville
(800) 826-3632 National #                                      Agency: Wisconsin Dept of Transportation
                                                               501 North Dekora Woods Boulevard
Meets alternate Thursdays 7:30-9 pm. Call for dates.           Saukville, WI 53080
kkatty2@yahoo.com                                              (800) 924-3570 Information
www.dbsalliance.org
                                                               Tues 8:45 am-4 pm, Wed 2-6 pm, Thurs 8:45 am-4
                                                               pm.




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            www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/contact.htm                      www.dsaw.org
            www.wisconsindmv.gov
                                                                           Provides:
            Provides documentation for either a driver’s license or        *Website filled with numerous resources and
            ID and driver road tests. Visit website for list of            inspiration
            documents to bring and to make appointments.                   *Resources, programs, education for family and
                                                                           friends of a person with Down syndrome
                                                                           *Activities and programs for individuals with Down
            Division of Motor Vehicles                                     syndrome and their families
            Agency: Wisconsin Dept of Transportation                       *Support, information, resources for new parents of a
            Wisconsin Dept of Transportation                               baby with Down syndrome
            4802 Sheboygan Avenue                                          *New Parent Packets filled w/resources, inspirational
            Madison, WI 53707-7910                                         stories and other information distributed to hospitals
            (414) 266-1000 Information                                     and agencies in WI and to new parents if they did not
            (608) 261-2583 Information                                     receive a copy during their hospital visit

            Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.                                             Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc
DIRECTORY




            www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/contact.htm                      Agency: Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc
            www.wisconsindmv.gov                                           101 Nob Hill Road
                                                                           Suite 301
            Provides:                                                      Madison, WI 53713
            *Driver information - documentation, driver license or         (800) 422-2324 Toll free #
            ID, schedule a road test                                       (608) 277-8288 Information
            *Vehicle information - emission tests, license plates,         (608) 277-8031 TTY
            registration
            *DMV Service Center information - hours, registration,         Mon-Thurs 8 am-4:30 pm, Fri 8 am-4 pm.
            driving schools, customer tips                                 info@wi.easterseals.com
            *Laws and regulations information, manuals,                    www.eastersealswisconsin.com
            publications, forms, statistics
                                                                           Provides services for people with disabilities and their
            DivorceCare                                                    families:
            Agency: DivorceCare                                            *FARM Program - agricultural services help people
            Portview Christian Center                                      with disabilities learn skills to successfully enter the
            3457 County Road LL                                            agricultural workforce, or to return to the farm after an
            Port Washington, WI 53074                                      illness or injury
            (262) 375-1435 Information                                     *Self-Employment Services - assists persons with
            (262) 284-6121 Church office                                   disabilities develop a business plan and connect with
                                                                           community resources to be self-employed when the
            Meets Wednesdays 6:30 pm beginning September.                  traditional work place is not possible
            info@divorcecare.org                                           *Camp Wawbeek - safe, barrier-free environment for
            www.divorcecare.com                                            children and adults with disabilities to experience all
                                                                           aspects of camp without the usual limitations. Camps
            Provides a divorce support group. During the first 30-         are ACA accredited.
            40 minutes of the meeting, the group watches a video           *Respite Camp - gives parents and caregivers time
            seminar featuring experts on divorce and recovery              away from the stresses of caring for a child with
            subjects. Then the group discusses the video and               disabilities
            what is going on in their lives.                               *Avenues to Understanding - a disability awareness
                                                                           educational program for children and young adults;
            Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin,                        available to public and private schools, early
                                                                           childhood programs, and faith and community based
            Inc
                                                                           organizations throughout Wisconsin
            Agency: Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin,
                                                                           *Donation Center/Pick-Up Service - clothing,
            Inc
                                                                           household goods or a used vehicle
            3211 South Lake Drive
                                                                           *Community Services - building community
            Suite 113
                                                                           awareness and support for individuals with disabilities
            Saint Francis, WI 53235
                                                                           and those who care about them. This assistance
            (866) 327-3729 Toll free #
                                                                           includes:
            (414) 327-3729 Information
                                                                              -educational materials and printed literature
            (414) 327-1329 Fax
                                                                              -car seat loan program for children needing special
                                                                           needs restraints
            Mon-Fri 9am-1pm.
                                                                              -support groups
            info@dsaw.org




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Eastern Shores Library System-Bookmobile                           -camp scholarships for children
Agency: Eastern Shores Library System                              -resource library of books, brochures, fact sheets,
4632 South Taylor Drive                                          and videos
Sheboygan, WI 53081                                                -case management
(920) 208-4900 Information                                       *Educational Services:
                                                                   -classroom and school presentations
Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm.                                                 -day care and Headstart presentations
bkmref@esls.lib.wi.us                                              -resource library
www.esls.lib.wi.us                                                 -public conferences
                                                                   -professional education and training programs
Provides Bookmobile:                                               -employer and workplace epilepsy training
*Popular materials in various formats to all ages                  -seizure recognition and first aid training program
*Reading readiness materials for children                          -H.O.P.E mentoring program (Helping Other People
*In a limited capacity, reference service and                    with Epilepsy)
programming                                                        -seniors program
*Due to its limited capacity for reference service, they           -enhanced employment services
encourage the use of other libraries for specific library




                                                                                                                         DIRECTORY
needs                                                            Families Anonymous, Inc
                                                                 Agency: Families Anonymous, Inc
Endometriosis Association                                        Crossroads Presbyterian Church
Agency: Endometriosis Association                                6031 West Chapel Hill Road
8585 North 76th Place                                            Mequon, WI 53097
Milwaukee, WI 53223                                              (262) 227-6655 Local Information
(800) 992-3636 Toll free #                                       (800) 736-9805 Toll free #
(414) 355-2200 Information                                       (800) 736-9805 Information
                                                                 (310) 815-8010 Information
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.
Endo@EndometriosisAssn.org                                       Meets Thursdays 7 pm.
www.endometriosisassn.org                                        CedarburgFA@gmail.com
                                                                 www.familiesanonymous.org
Provides:
*Links to resources and medical providers                        Provides support group for parents and families of
*Information and referral                                        addicted children and young adults guided by the
*Support groups                                                  Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.
*Family and teen programs
*Books, tapes, facts                                             Family Service Association of Sheboygan,
*Research and news, scientific advisors                          Inc
*Membership programs                                             Agency: Family Service Association of Sheboygan,
*Online courses about the disease                                Inc
                                                                 1930 North 8th Street
Epilepsy Foundation Southeast Wisconsin                          Sheboygan, WI 53081
Agency: Epilepsy Foundation Southeast Wisconsin                  (920) 458-9784 Information
735 North Water Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202-4104                                         Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm, evenings and Saturdays by
(800) 332-1000 Helpline                                          appointment.
(414) 271-0110 Information                                       cccs@excel.net
                                                                 www.cccsonline.org
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm.
epilsew@aol.com                                                  Fees for bankruptcy certificates, education and
www.epilepsyfoundationsewi.org                                   counseling are based on ability to pay. Free
                                                                 counseling is available. Provides:
Provides:                                                        *Budget counseling
*Support for those Affected by Epilepsy and their                *Credit counseling
families:                                                        *Debt counseling, mediation with creditors
  -information, curative rehabilitation services                 *Housing and foreclosure counseling and loss
  -individual & family counseling and ongoing referrals          mitigation
  -advocacy                                                      *Bankruptcy counseling and education
  -support groups                                                *Home buyer education
  -seminars/workshops for persons affected by                    *Reverse mortgage counseling (Home Equity
epilepsy                                                         Conversion Mortgage (HECM))
  -employment assistance and job seeking skills
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            Family Sharing Food Pantry & Resale Shop                            *Your cost will be the discount price with the
            Agency: Family Sharing of Ozaukee County, Inc                       FamilyWize card or the pharmacy's usual and
            1002 Overland Court                                                 customary retail price, whichever is lower. If the
            Grafton, WI 53024                                                   pharmacy's price is lower, there is no savings or
            (262) 377-0634 Information                                          discount and the FamilyWize card cannot lower the
                                                                                copay for medicine covered by insurance.
            Food Pantry Mon 8:30-11:45 am, Tues 2-5:45 pm,
            Wed 8:30-11:45 am; donation drop-off hours Mon-Sat
            9 am-3 pm; office hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm; Resale                   Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA
            Shop Mon 9 am-4 pm, Tues 9 am-5:30 pm, Wed-Sat                      Agency: Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA
            9 am-4 pm.                                                          465 Northwoods Road
            info@familysharingozaukee.org                                       Port Washington, WI 53074-9671
            www.familysharingozaukee.org                                        (262) 268-9622 Information

            Services provided to Ozaukee County residents or                    Mon-Thurs 5 am-10 pm, Fri 5 am-9 pm, Sat 6:30 am-
            homeless people who meet the federally designated                   8 pm, Sun 7 am- 6 pm.
            guidelines for the poverty level. A household may                   klyon@ymcamke.org
DIRECTORY




            receive food from only one food pantry. Call to                     www.ymcamke.org/YMCA/locations-feith-family.php
            determine eligibility before visiting the Food Pantry.
            Bring a valid driver's license and current utility bill with        Fees vary by activity and YMCA membership. Call for
            name and address. Resale Shop is also open to                       information. Provides:
            anyone to purchase items. Provides these services:                  *Athletic Fields
            *Eligible participants receive food, clothing, household            *Outdoor running/walking track
            items and furniture. School supplies are distributed in             *Cardiovascular exercise and strength training
            August and new winter coats are provided for children               equipment
            in October. Referrals are made to appropriate                       *Gymnasium, basketball courts
            agencies.                                                           *Kit lockers/laundry and towel service
            *Food Pantry - program participants may visit every                 *Youth room/game tables
            two weeks to receive enough food for the period                     *Personal training
            based on household size. A checklist of food available              *Active Older Adult Programs
            allows participants to choose preferred pantry items.                 -muscular strength and range of movement training
            *Resale Shop - open to the public to purchase                         -water exercise
            donated, low-cost clothing, household goods,                          -Silver Sneakers Yoga Stretch
            furniture, etc. Program participants can receive                      -Wise Club - garden club, day trips, monthly guest
            vouchers to purchase necessities.                                   speakers, volunteer opportunities
            *Donations of nonperishable foods, toiletries and                   *Snack bar/vending
            cleaning products are always welcomed for the                       *Whirlpool
            Pantry. Gently used items are always needed for the                 *For families:
            Resale Shop.                                                          -Prime Time center
                                                                                  -family locker room
            FamilyWize Partnership                                                -childcare available
            Agency: FamilyWize, Inc                                               -Family Aquatic Center
            Services provided through website.                                  *Summer Cedarburg location adult fitness program
            (800) 222-2818 Information                                          including weight training and step classes, childcare
                                                                                available.
            Website available 24/7.                                             *Summer programs have scholarships and W-2
            info@familywize.org                                                 childcare assistance available for those who qualify
            www.familywize.org
                                                                                Food Pantry Inc, The
            Provides the FamilyWize Prescription Drug Discount                  Agency: Food Pantry Inc., The
            Card:                                                               St. Peter of Alcantara Church
            *Enables discounted pricing on prescription drugs                   1800 N. Wisconsin St.
            immediately at participating pharmacies for people                  Port Washington, WI 53074
            that have no health insurance, during deductible                    (262) 284-1148 Information
            periods and for prescription medicine not covered by
            health insurance, Medicare and other benefit plans.                 Tues 10 am-12:30 pm, use back entrance of rectory.
            This is not insurance, nor is it intended to replace
            insurance.                                                          Offers supplementary food and clothing to anyone
            *Save an average of up to 30% or more off the                       who falls within 150% of poverty guidelines; food
            pharmacy's usual and customary retail price of                      vouchers given with each distribution of food.
            prescription drugs, with the highest savings on                     Sponsors a Gift-A-Child program at Christmas time
            generic drugs.                                                      through which children 18 and younger (if still in




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school) receive gifts of $20 or more in value. Special          Fredonia - Senior Dining Center
holiday foods and meats are distributed for Easter,             Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of
Thanksgiving and Christmas. School supplies and                 Ozaukee County
school gym shoes are given to students K4-12th                  Fire Station
grades.                                                         201 South Milwaukee Street
                                                                Fredonia, WI 53021
                                                                (262) 238-8120 Reserve lunch
Foundation of the American Academy of                           (262) 284-8120 Reserve lunch
Ophthalmology
Agency: Foundation of the American Academy of                   Serves lunch Tuesdays.
Ophthalmology                                                   aging@co.ozaukee.wi.us
PO Box 429098                                                   www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging
San Francisco, CA 94142-9098
(877) 887-6327 Information                                      Provides a nutritious, low-cost lunch in a social setting
(415) 561-8567 Fax                                              for anyone 60 and older and their spouse regardless
                                                                of age. Reserve your lunch the day before by noon.
Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm (PT).                                         Donation requested.




                                                                                                                            DIRECTORY
pubserv@aao.org
www.eyecareamerica.org                                          Fredonia Fire Department and Northern
                                                                Ozaukee Ambulance
Provides the EyeCare America Program. Complete                  Agency: Fredonia Fire Department and Northern
the online questions. If you qualify, you will receive a        Ozaukee Ambulance
confirmation number on the computer screen. Print or            PO Box 177
write down this number. Within one week, you will               Fredonia, WI 53021
receive a letter with the name and phone number of              9-1-1            Emergency #
the volunteer ophthalmologist to call for an                    (262) 692-9973 Information
appointment. The doctor will be notified in advance
that you will be calling soon. Provides:                        Emergency services 24/7.
*Comprehensive, medical eye exam                                www.fredoniafireandems.com
*Up to one year of care at no cost to qualified persons
for any disease diagnosed during initial exam                   Provides fire and emergency medical services.
*Not included in the program:
  -eyeglasses                                                   Fredonia Police Department
  -prescription drugs                                           Agency: Fredonia Police Department
  -hospital services                                            416 Fredonia Avenue
                                                                Fredonia, WI 53021
Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-                           9-1-1            Emergency #
Thiensville                                                     (262) 692-9125 Non-emergency #
Agency: Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-
Thiensville                                                     Emergency services available 24/7.
11345 North Cedarburg Road                                      jwagner@village.fredonia.wi.us
Mequon, WI 53092                                                www.villageoffredonia.com/welcome.html
(262) 242-2593 Information
                                                                Provides local law enforcement.
Mon-Thurs 10 am-8 pm, Fri-Sat 10 am-6 pm.
admin@flwlib.org                                                Fredonia Recreation Department
www.flwlib.org                                                  Agency:Fredonia, Village of
                                                                242 Fredonia Avenue
Provides library services and in addition the following         Fredonia, WI 53021
services:                                                       (262) 692-6813 Youth Football
*EasiCat - one list available online,                           (262) 692-3631 Little League
http://www.easicat.net, of all the items owned by the           (262) 675-9377 Cub Scouts
bookmobile, the 13 public libraries in Ozaukee and              (262) 692-2344 Waubedonia Soccer Club
Sheboygan Counties, and Lakeland College. You                   (262) 692-2093 Hunters' Safety
can check out items and return them at any of the
EasiCat libraries.                                              Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm.
*In-person and online reference services and                    jwagner@village.fredonia.wi.us
databases                                                       www.village.fredonia.wi.us
*Kindle 2 - wireless reading device that can hold
1,500 books is available to check-out                           Provides Hunter's Safety education, Cub Scouts and
                                                                sports programs for children.




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            Freecycle Network, The                                          Gamblers Anonymous International
            Agency:Freecycle Network, The                                   Agency: Gamblers Anonymous International
            Services via website.                                           Call or visit the website for
              Unlisted address                                              the locations and times of meetings.
                                                                            (414) 299-0901 Wisconsin hotline
            Website is available 24/7.                                      (888) 424-3577 National hotline
            ozaukeecountyfreecycle-owner@yahoogroups.com                    (414) 773-4312 Meeting info
            www.groups.yahoo.com/group/ozaukeecountyfreecycl
            e/                                                              Call for hours and locations of meetings.
                                                                            isomain@gamblersanonymous.org
            Provides an option to get-rid of or find material things        www.gamblersanonymous.org
            for free. New memberships must be approved first.
            Members may only participate within their own                   Provides anonymous, self-help support groups.
            community. After you have been approved, you may
            post to the group. All new members are placed on                Gay Straight Alliance for Safe Schools Inc
            moderation for the first few posts they make. This              Agency: Gay Straight Alliance for Safe Schools Inc
DIRECTORY




            keeps the board clean, and free of spammers.                    301 South Bedford Street, #1
            *People giving and receiving stuff for free in their own        Madison, WI 53703
            towns through a nonprofit agency. It's all about reuse          (608) 661-4141 Information
            and keeping good stuff out of landfills. Each local             (608) 661-1360 Fax
            group is moderated by a local volunteer.
            *Take reasonable measures to protect your safety                Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm.
            and privacy when posting to group lists or when                 cindyc@gsaforsafeschools.org
            completing a direct gifting with another member. By             www.gsaforsafeschools.org
            joining a Freecycle list, you agree to hold neither list
            owners and moderators, nor anyone affiliated with               Provides for middle and high school LGBT students:
            The Freecycle Network responsible or liable for any             *Leadership Training Institute (LTI) - 4 day camp to
            circumstance resulting from a Freecycle-related                 develop student leaders who want to create safe
            gifting or communication.                                       schools for LGBT youth and their allies. Middle and
                                                                            high school students can apply.
            Friends Drive Sober                                             *Support and resources to assist students to create a
            Agency: BACCHUS Network, The                                    Gay Straight Alliance at their school.
            Programs at Marquette University                                *Partners with the Wisconsin Department of Public
            and online.                                                     Instruction to lead workshops on LGBT issues and
            (414) 288-5217 Information                                      anti-bullying for school professionals.
                                                                              - Leads sessions on Bystanders to Allies (B2A), a
            Call for hours.                                                 middle school anti-bullying program.
            amy.melichar@mu.edu                                               - Supporting policy and legislative changes that
            www.friendsdrivesober.org                                       increase the safety of LGBT youth.

            Provides to college based students:                             Gay Youth Wisconsin Hotline
            *Advocacy and information concerning the effects of             Agency: Gay Youth Milwaukee
            driving while:                                                  Services provides by telephone.
              -intoxicated from alcohol                                     (866) 429-9688 Toll free #
              -under the influence of any drugs including legal,            (414) 272-8336 Metro Milwaukee
            prescription or over-the-counter                                (414) 265-8500 Administration
              -drowsy and distracted drivers
            *Data and facts about the costs of impaired driving             Fri-Sat 7-10 pm.
            *Tests, assessments to determine when driving is                gayyouthmil@aol.com
            impaired and recognize an impaired driver
            *Creating a Safe Ride Program - information and                 Provides to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and
            direction to provide campus transportation to avoid             questioning youth ages 13 - 19:
            dangerous driving behaviors                                     *Free and confidential hotline
            *Campus Impaired Driving Prevention Task Force -                *Confront the primary barrier to a young person who
            develop policies and programs to reduce the                     is "coming out" of isolation
            occurrence of impaired driving by students on a                 *Safe access for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender,
            campus                                                          and questioning youth to connect with their peers
                                                                            *First step in reducing the risk of HIV infection by
                                                                            directly impacting the barriers of fear and isolation
                                                                            *Information and referral to resources statewide




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                                                              www.QualityLifeGrafton.com
Grafton Farmers Market
Agency: Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce                      Provides a variety of recreation and activities for
Twin City Plaza                                               children and adults.
just north of Banner Crafts
Wisconsin Avenue                                              Grafton School District
Grafton, WI 53024                                             Agency: Grafton School District
(262) 377-1650 Information                                    1900 Washington Street
(262) 375-7087 Fax                                            Grafton, WI 53024
                                                              (262) 376-5400 Information
July through October, Thursdays 9 am-5 pm.                    (262) 376-5564 Preschool program
chamber@grafton-wi.org
www.grafton-wi.org/Index.htm                                  Call for hours.
                                                              kkreiter@grafton.k12.wi.us
Provides fresh, locally grown produce.                        www.grafton.k12.wi.us

Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Center                           The administrative office for the Grafton public




                                                                                                                        DIRECTORY
Agency: Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Center                   schools.
1665 7th Avenue
Grafton, WI 53024                                             Grafton Volunteer Fire Department, Inc
(262) 375-5310 Community Activities Department                Agency: Grafton Volunteer Fire Department, Inc
(262) 375-5311 Senior Center                                  1431 13th Avenue
(262) 284-8120 Reserve lunch                                  Grafton, WI 53024
(262) 238-8120 Reserve lunch                                  9-1-1 Emergency #
                                                              (262) 375-5314 Administration
Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm. Lunch served Mon-Fri.
ksevener@village.grafton.wi.us                                Emergency services 24/7.
www.village.grafton.wi.us/cad/seniorcenter.htm                gfd870@wi.rr.com
                                                              www.graftonfiredept.com
An Ozaukee County Senior Dining Center providing a
nutritious, low-cost lunch in a social setting. Lunch         Provides fire and rescue services by calling 911.
program available to Ozaukee County residents age
60 and older and their spouse regardless of age.              Grief Resource Center
Donation requested. The Center serves adults age              Agency: Horizon Home Care & Hospice
55 and better, membership fee. Provides a variety of          8949 North Deerbrook Trail
programs at the Senior Center:                                Milwaukee, WI 53223
*Exercise class, $1/class                                     (414) 586-8383 Information
*Foot & nail clinic by a nurse, fee and by appointment
*Book discussion group, free                                  Mon-Fri 12 noon-6 pm, Sat 9 am-1 pm.
*Golden Tones Chorus, $1/rehearsal                            kayla.waldschmidt@hhch.net
*Computer classes, fee includes all supplies and              www.hhch.net/griefcenter
computer use
*Games, free - cards, Chicken Foot, Mexican Train             Provides:
*Bocce ball, shuffleboard, free                               *Walk-in center staffed with counselors for anyone
*Free blood pressure checks                                   dealing with grief, bereavement and healing (any type
*Senior Friendship Club meeting                               of loss) pet, divorce, job loss, death and suicide.
*Crafts, free                                                 Three counseling sessions per person are available
*Chair massage, fee                                           without cost. If more counseling is desired,
*Monthly movie, with popcorn and drinks, free                 assistance is available in finding a counselor. No fees
*Art class by Hank, fee                                       but donations are accepted.
*Ceramics                                                     *Support groups for different types of grief meet
                                                              regularly. Call or visit website for updated schedules.
Grafton Parks and Recreation                                  *Individual bereavement support
Agency: Grafton Parks and Recreation                          *Presentations to schools, professionals, groups and
Municipal Services Building                                   other agencies on grief and loss on request
675 North Green Bay Road                                      *Library and database of services and resources
Grafton, WI 53024                                             *Resource for nurses, doctors, clergy, teachers,
(262) 375-5310 Information                                    veterinarians, other professionals
                                                              *Wellness activities and presentations
Mon-Thurs 9 am-3:30 pm, Fri 9 am-1 pm.
jsafstrom@village.grafton.wi.us




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                                                                            newspapers and to service agencies. Income
            Grief Support Group                                             restrictions apply.
            Agency: Mueller Funeral Homes, Inc
            Mueller Funeral Homes, Inc                                      Hebron House Shelter
            W63 N527 Hanover Street                                         Agency: Hebron House of Hospitality, Inc
            Cedarburg, WI 53012                                             143 North 8th Avenue
            (262) 377-0380 Information                                      West Bend, WI 53095
                                                                            (262) 334-7450 Information
            Meets for 5 weeks 6-7:30 pm. Call for next session.             (262) 549-8720 Administration
            smueller@muellerfuneralhome.com
            www.muellerfuneralhome.com                                      Access to shelter available Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
                                                                            hstuebner@hebronhouse.org
            Provides a grief support group with an experienced              www.hebronhouse.org
            grief facilitator. Topics include emotional and physical
            characteristics of grief, self-care and coping with             Provides emergency shelter. Capacity for individuals
            holidays.                                                       is 10 nights with extensions possible, for families 3
                                                                            weeks with extensions possible.
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            GriefShare
            Agency: First Immanuel Lutheran Church                          Home Consortium, The
            c/o First Immanuel Lutheran Church                              Agency: Home Consortium, The
            W67 N622 Evergreen Blvd                                         Wisconsin Partnership for Housing
            Cedarburg, WI 53012                                             121 South Pinckney Street, 200
            (262) 377-6610 Church office                                    Madison, WI 53703
                                                                            (608) 258-5560x29 Information
            Church office hours Mon- Fri 7 am-5 pm. Hours are
            reduced in summer. Call for meeting times.                      Mon-Fri 9 am-4pm.
            www.griefshare.org                                              homeconsortium@wphd.org
                                                                            www.homeconsortium.com/
            The purpose of the support group is for participants to
            support and encourage one another. This program is              Provides:
            designed to accelerate the healthy process of                   *Home Ownership Assistance Program - helps
            grieving. It is a way to allow group members to talk            families afford a home of their own by providing
            about themselves and their loss. This group is                  forgivable loans, up to $5,000 to be used for down
            established to support those grieving the loss of a             payment and/or closing costs. Check website or call
            loved one.                                                      for more details.
                                                                            *Rehabilitation Deferred Loan Program - provides low
            Habitat for Humanity-Lakeside                                   to moderate income households no-interest deferred
            Agency: Habitat for Humanity-Lakeside                           loan of up to a maximum of $20,000 for modest home
            131 North Webster Street                                        repairs. Eligible repairs include mechanical or
            Port Washington, WI 53074                                       structural items that present an imminent health and
            (262) 284-6880 Information                                      safety problem. Check website or call for more
                                                                            details.
            No office hours. Meetings held second Wednesdays.               *Affordable Housing Development Fund - assist with
            Voice Mail is checked regularly.                                the construction of affordable housing; funding is set
                                                                            aside for Community Housing Development
            www.ozhh.org                                                    Organizations which must be nonprofit organizations
                                                                            with a 501(c) federal tax exemption and include
            Through volunteer labor and donations of money and              providing decent, affordable housing to low-income
            materials, Habitat builds and rehabilitates houses with         households and serve a specific community. They
            the help of the homeowner (partner) families. Habitat           must involve low-income HOME Program
            houses are sold to partner families at no profit and            beneficiaries in the design, siting and development of
            financed with affordable no interest loans. The                 the projects. Check website or call for more details.
            homeowners' monthly mortgage payments are used
            to build more Habitat houses. Habitat is not a                  HOPE Network, Inc
            giveaway program. In addition to a down payment                 Agency: HOPE Network, Inc
            and the monthly mortgage payments, homeowners                   Good Shepherd Church, Room 201
            invest hours of their own labor and sweat equity into           17658 Christman Road
            building their Habitat house and the houses of others.          Menomonee Falls, WI 53052
            Applications accepted only during specific open                 (262) 251-7333 Information
            enrollment periods which are publicized in local
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info@hopenetworkinc.org                                        (414) 326-1800     Appointments
www.hopenetworkinc.org
                                                               Wednesdays 5-8 pm.
Provides HOPE Network for single mothers and                   www.columbia-stmarys.org
single pregnant women:
*Information and resources for single mothers                  Serves persons over age 18 under 185% of poverty
including:                                                     level and uninsured. Must be Ozaukee County
  -low-cost activities with children                           resident. No fees but patients must see the financial
  -sources of low-cost food                                    counselor to provide eligibility information after their
  -education cost assistance resource referrals                first visit. Provides:
  -resources for utility and health care expense               *Acute care services at low or no cost depending
assistance                                                     upon client's resources
*Portable Crib program - new portable crib (Pack-N-            *Assists in obtaining prescriptions
Play) and a baby layette to single mothers in financial        *Diagnostic tests
need. Reference required.                                      *Dental services
*Single Mother Want Ads - assists single mothers sell          *Women's Clinic offers screening and treatment for
and buy needed services and items                              women's health issues on the 2nd Wed of each
*Scholarship/Daycare Grant - for single mothers                month. The clinic does not provide immunizations or




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returning to post-high school education and who are            work-required physicals.
HOPE Network members. Generally about $1000
each, awards perhaps 2/year. The application period            IMPACT - (211)
is February through April annually.                            Agency: IMPACT - (211)
                                                               6737 West Washington Street
Huiras Center, The                                             Suite 2225
Agency: Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital- Ozaukee                Milwaukee, WI 53214
Campus                                                         (414) 773-0211 Hotline
Columbia-St. Mary’s Hospital                                   2-1-1           Hotline
Located on garden level                                        (414) 302-6620 Addiction info
13111 North Port Washington Road                               (414) 256-4808 Addiction info
Mequon, WI 53092                                               (414) 256-4808 Main Office
(800) 457-6004 Central intake                                  (414) 773-0211 Hotline
(262) 241-6127 Appointments                                    (866) 211-3380 Toll free #
(262) 243-7388 After hours Rogers
                                                               Hotline available 24/7.
Hours of operation vary depending on if you are in the         www.impactinc.org
adult or adolescent treatment program.
bhenrick@columbia-stmarys.org                                  Provides the following services for Kenosha,
www.columbia-stmarys.org                                       Milwaukee and Racine counties:
                                                               *211 information and referral resource
Provides:                                                      *Telephone intervention and assessment for basic
*Comprehensive intensive outpatient treatment                  and emergency needs including food, shelter, family
programs for adults and adolescents with drug and              and parenting issues, legal assistance, housing
alcohol abuse issues                                           concerns, alcohol or other drug abuse, and health
*Rapid assessment, within 24 hours of referral when            care
possible                                                       *AODA Assessment and Referral - free assessment,
*Comprehensive mental health, drug and alcohol                 consultation, guidance and referral regarding alcohol
abuse evaluation                                               and other drug use by oneself or a loved one.
*Evidence-based treatment                                      Services offered at two Milwaukee locations, east and
*Relapse prevention and social skills training                 west, call for information.
*Family education programming
*On staff child psychiatrist, addictionologist, and            IndependenceFirst, Inc
licensed clinical social workers certified in drug and         Agency: IndependenceFirst, Inc
alcohol abuse                                                  c/o The Volunteer Center
                                                               885 Badger Circle
Huiras Family Community Health Center                          Grafton, WI 53024
Agency: Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital- Ozaukee                (414) 291-7520 V/TTY/Relay
Campus                                                         (262) 376-4183 Info & V/Relay
Columbia St. Mary's Hospital
13111 North Port Washington Road                               Mon-Fri 8 am- 4:30 pm, other hours can be
Mequon, WI 53097                                               scheduled.
(262) 243-7533 Information                                     gcorbin@independencefirst.org
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                                                                           *Specific programs about depression and mental
            Services primarily for persons with disabilities               health for teachers' in-service, parents and youth
            including mental disabilities include:
            *Independent living skills training                            Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County
            *Information and referral, individual and systemic             Agency: Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County
            advocacy                                                       166 West Dekora Street
            *Peer support                                                  Saukville, WI 53080
            *Assistive technology evaluation                               (262) 284-7130 Administration
            *Benefits counseling and employment services                   (262) 284-7130 Northern Ozaukee #
            *Education and technical assistance                            (262) 376-5362 Southern Ozaukee #
            *Housing services
            *Personal assistant services                                   Mon-Thurs 9 am-3 pm.
            *Adaptive Sports programming                                   ejuern@interfaithozaukee.org
            *AODA Outreach Project for persons who are deaf,               www.interfaithozaukee.org
            deaf-blind or hard of hearing
            *Outreach and education regarding violence against             Services are provided by volunteers and include to
            persons with disabilities                                      persons 18 years and older with a verifiable disability
            *WisLoan program
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                                                                           or persons 55 and older needing assistance:
                                                                           *Grocery delivery and/or assistance with shopping
            Individual Growth Services, Inc                                *Home maintenance and odd jobs
            Agency: Individual Growth Services, Inc                        *Housekeeping, light
            117 North Milwaukee Street                                     *Respite care, non-medical
            Port Washington, WI 53074                                      *Transportation to medical appointments
            (262) 284-9656 Administration                                  *Friendly visiting
                                                                           *Yard care
            Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
            ShawnMiles@individualgrowthservices.com                        International Soundex Reunion Registry, Inc
            www.individualgrowthservices.com                               Agency:International Soundex Reunion Registry, Inc
                                                                           PO Box 371179
            Provides residential facilities and services to adults         Las Vegas, NV 89137
            with developmental disabilities. The range of                  (888) 886-4777 National toll free #
            residential care facilities varies from individuals who        (775) 882-7755 Information
            can live independently to individuals who need 24-
            hour supervision. The homes are designed to allow              Mon-Thurs 8 am-4 pm (PST).
            residents to stay throughout their life. If their care         www.isrr.net
            needs change and they need more or less
            supervision, one of the other homes will meet their            Maintains a mutual consent registry to assist persons
            needs.                                                         seeking family members who have been separated
                                                                           from each other by adoption, divorce, foster care,
            InHealth Wisconsin, Inc                                        institutional care, abandonment, etc.
            Agency: InHealth Wisconsin, Inc
            PO Box 12153                                                   Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation: SE
            Milwaukee, WI 53212                                            Wis Chapter
            (262) 238-9455 Information                                     Agency: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation: SE
                                                                           Wis Chapter
            Call for hours.                                                3333 North Mayfair Road
            inhealth@wi.rr.com                                             Suite 107
            www.inhealthwi.org                                             Wauwatosa, WI 53222
                                                                           (414) 453-4673 Information
            Provides:                                                      (800) 533-2873 Toll free #
            *Whole person approach to health education using
            video stories of local community wisdom.                       Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
            *Using a train-the-trainer model, build the capacity of        southeastwi@jdrf.org
            individuals and organizations to provide repeated and          www.jdrf.org/sewi
            ongoing programming and advocacy for their
            constituents.                                                  Provides:
            *Addressing health education needs and disparities,            *Educational information about diabetes
            bring health education to places where people                  *Support groups for people with diabetes in their
            naturally gather, including those who otherwise have           family
            no access.
            *Special focus on depression and mental health
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Kacmarcik Education Resource Center                           *Individuals and couples counseling
Agency: Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital- Ozaukee               *Specializes in Hypnotherapy and Energy work
Campus
Columbia St. Mary's Hospital                                  Lakefield Adult Day Center
13111 North Port Washington Road                              Agency: Luther Manor Foundation, Inc
Mequon, WI 53097-2416                                         Saint John Lutheran Church
(262) 243-7448 Information                                    1193 Lakefield Road
                                                              Grafton, WI 53024
Mon 7:30 am-12 noon, Tues-Fri 8:30 am-1:30 pm.                (262) 377-9780 Information
kacmarcik-library@columbia-stmarys.org
www.columbia-stmarys.org/kacmarcik                            Adult Day Center open Mon-Fri 7:30 am-4:30 pm.
                                                              email@luthermanor.org
A consumer health library, part of the health                 www.luthermanor.org
information network of the Columbia St. Mary’s
Medical Libraries open to public, patients, and staff.        Adult Day Center for persons with chronic illnesses,
Provides:                                                     disabilities, Alzheimer's disease and related dementia.
*Internet-connected computers to use independently            Provides:




                                                                                                                        DIRECTORY
*Professional research for information on a specific          *Individualized care plan
health topic                                                  *Hot, nutritious meals and two snacks
*A comfortable setting for those seeking credible,            *Bathing, hair care and personal care
comprehensive healthcare information                          *Podiatry
                                                              *Medication and behavior management
La Leche League of Mequon/Ozaukee County                      *Alzheimer's and dementia care
Agency: La Leche League International                         *Planned activities
Call for locations and times
of meetings.                                                  Lasata Care Center
(262) 377-6194 Information                                    Agency: Lasata Care Center
                                                              W76 N677 Wauwatosa Road
Meetings third Mondays at 7 pm.                               Cedarburg, WI 53012
janna@wi.rr.com                                               (262) 377-5060       Information
www.lllusa.org/web/MequonWi.html                              (262) 377-5060x2827 Admissions

Provides:                                                     Call for hours.
*A nonsectarian organization dedicated to providing           www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/departments/LasataCareCent
education, information, support, and encouragement            er.html
to women who want to breast feed
*Access to health care professionals with continuing          Provides the only nursing care facility owned by
education opportunities and to the latest research on         Ozaukee County:
lactation management                                          *A home to residents who need assistance with
*Leaders are experienced mothers who have breast              activities of daily living due to disability, chronic
fed their own babies and who have been trained and            illness, or the stresses of age
accredited by La Leche League International to help           *Trained staff, educational and recreational activities
mothers and mothers-to-be with all aspects of                 and medical care to maintain and improve health
breastfeeding, available by phone for breastfeeding           *State licensed skilled nursing facility providing:
questions or concerns                                            -pharmacy, dental, podiatry
*Online store for breast feeding related products                -social, dietary, psychological, and psychiatric
                                                              services
Lady of the Lake Counseling Service                              -physical, occupational, speech therapy,
Agency: Lady of the Lake Counseling Service                   recreational activity programs
325 East Whitefish Road                                          -intensive skilled nursing, respiratory care, IV
Port Washington, WI 53074                                     therapy, tube feeding, ostomy care
(262) 268-0208 Information                                       -rehabilitative therapies, and urological services

Mon-Thurs 9 am-7 pm, Sat 9 am-1 pm.                           Lasata Crossings
ladyolake@hotmail.com                                         Agency: Lasata Crossings
www.pennyaugustine.com                                        Lasata Senior Living Campus
                                                              W79 N673 Wauwatosa Road
Provides:                                                     Cedarburg, WI 53012
*Holistic therapy for coping with stress, emotional           (262) 512-2808 Information
difficulty, physical pain or disease, grief, the dying
process, addictions, phobias, weight release, eating          Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm.
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            ksonnenberg@co.ozaukee.wi.us                                    -custody/visitation
            www.lasatacampus.com                                            -divorce
                                                                            -restraining orders / injunctions
            An Ozaukee County owned residential care                      *Mediation to prevent foreclosure
            apartment complex (RCAC) providing:                           *Housing (Landlord-Tenant, public and subsidized
            *3 Meals per day in a dining room                             housing, and other housing issues)
            *24-hour assistance                                             -eviction defense
            *Social and recreational programs                               -abusive landlord practices
            *Housekeeping and linen services                                -regulations relating to public and subsidized
            *Monthly wellness visits and health monitoring                housing
            *Help with dressing and personal care                           -housing conditions and habitability
            *Medication monitoring                                          -access to affordable housing


            Lasata Heights                                                Leukemia & Lymphoma Society-Wisconsin
            Agency: Lasata Heights                                        Chapter
            W78 N675 Wauwatosa Road                                       Agency: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society-Wisconsin
DIRECTORY




            Cedarburg, WI 53012                                           Chapter
            (262) 377-6001 Housing Manager                                200 South Executive Drive
            (262) 518-2858 Fax                                            Suite 203
                                                                          Brookfield, WI 53005
            Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm.                                            (800) 261-7399            Toll free #
            bcarstens@co.ozaukee.wi.us                                    (262) 790-4701            Information
            www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/departments/LasataHeights.ht             (262) 785-4220            Patient services
            m                                                             (800) 261-7399x4220       Sandy Lardinois

            Provides the only Ozaukee County owned                        Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm.
            independent living facility:                                  sandra.lardinois@lls.org
            *60 apartments for people who are able to live                www.leukemia-lymphoma.org
            independently
            *All apartments have private patio                            Programs for those with Leukemia, Hodgkin and non-
            *Services for independence include: a 24 hour                 Hodgkin lymphoma and myeloma and their families
            emergency call system, a daily check-in system, 15            and healthcare professionals:
            meals per month, optional housekeeping,                       *Family support groups - Speakers present at most
            underground parking garage, planned social                    meetings. Contact person: Sandy Lardinois.
            functions, in-house laundry facilities, podiatry and          *First Connection - matches patients and their families
            therapy services on the premises, exercise room,              at any stage of diagnosis with a selected peer who
            beauty shop, computer room                                    has survived a similar diagnosis. Contact Sandy.
            *Priority admission to Lasata Care Center and Lasata          *Patient Financial Aid -Two different programs
            Crossing Assisted Living                                      provide financial support to patients with blood
            *No lease required                                            cancer, up to $5,500 per year, per patient for out of
                                                                          pocket expenses including insurance premiums,
            Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc                                medications, blood and marrow transfusions and
            Agency: Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc                        testing, radiation therapy and transportation costs.
            404 North Main Street                                         *Trish Greene Back-to-School Program for the Child
            Suite 702                                                     with Cancer Back-to-School initiative - to ensure help
            Oshkosh, WI 54901                                             for going back to school is available for all children
            (800) 236-1128 Toll free #                                    with cancer, information and resources for parents,
            (920) 233-6521 Information                                    teachers and other school personnel, and healthcare
                                                                          professionals
            Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm.                                            *Patient Education
            www.legalaction.org                                           *Free information - literature, posters, videos and
                                                                          educational programs
            Provides free legal services for:
            *Public Benefits/Health Law                                   Lighthouse Clinic, Inc
              -Wisconsin works (W-2)                                      Agency: Lighthouse Clinic, Inc
              -supplemental security income (SSI)                         11520 North Port Washington Road
              -food stamps                                                Suite 107E
              -Medicaid                                                   Mequon, WI 53092
              -and other public benefits                                  (414) 964-9200 Information
            *Family Law
              -child support and maintenance                              Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm.




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www.thelighthouseclinic.com                                       Lumen Christi Employment Network North
                                                                  Agency: Lumen Christi Catholic Church
The clinic’s staff include psychiatrists, psychologists,          Lumen Christi Catholic Church
clinical social workers, professional counselors, and             11300 North Saint James Lane
psychiatric nurses. Programs provide comprehensive                Mequon, WI 53092
and confidential treatment for a wide variety of mental           (262) 242-7967 Church office
health and chemical dependency concerns.                          (262) 391-5406 Information
                                                                  (262) 512-1830 Information
Literacy Services of Wisconsin, Inc
Agency: Literacy Services of Wisconsin, Inc                       Meets Wednesdays 7:30-9:30 am on the first floor in
2724 West Wells Street                                            St. James Hall of the church.
Milwaukee, WI 53208                                               pat_cronin@sbcglobal.net
(414) 344-5878 Information                                        www.lumenchristiparish.org

Mon-Thurs 8:30 am-7pm.                                            Provides for anyone looking for employment:
info@literacyservices.org                                         *Network providing Christian support, advice and
www.literacyservices.org                                          resources to help people overcome employment




                                                                                                                           DIRECTORY
                                                                  related challenges
Programs:                                                         *Assistance with Monster, Job Noggin, Linked-In
*Adult Basic Education - Using the Wilson Reading                 *Advice on networking, resume writing and interview
System or the New Readers Press as core                           techniques
curriculum, students work with tutors one-on-one                  *Additional email address: wtennie@sbcglobal.net
*English as a Second Language (ESL)                               *Meets Wednesdays 7:30-9:30 am on the first floor in
*High School Equivalency / GED Preparation                        St. James Hall of the church. No fees.

Logemann Community Center, Inc                                    Lupus Foundation of America, Wisconsin
Agency: Logemann Community Center, Inc                            Chapter, Inc
6100 West Mequon Road                                             Agency: Lupus Foundation of America, Wisconsin
Mequon, WI 53092                                                  Chapter, Inc
(262) 242-7471 Information                                        2600 North Mayfair Road
                                                                  Suite 320
Call for times of events, classes, etc.                           Milwaukee, WI 53226
Logemanncenter@sbcglobal.net                                      (866) 587-8794 Toll free #
www.logemanncenter.org                                            (414) 443-6400 Information

A gathering place for the recreational, social, and               Call for meeting times and locations of support
educational activities of area residents, businesses,             groups.
and organizations including:                                      lupuswi@lupuswi.org
*Family Playcenter for adults and their children to age           www.lupuswi.org
6
*Special Friends - social events for teens and adults             Provides for persons with Lupus and/or their families:
with special needs                                                *Information and referral to resources
*Summer middle school youth center & school year                  *Support groups
events                                                            *Live web chats
*Classes for all ages through instructors who rent                *Educational programs, advocacy
space, call for information                                       *Raises funds to combat Lupus
*6100 Teen Board sponsored concerts, dances, etc.
*Special Friends & 3rd Friday DJ Social for young                 Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and
adults with disabilities                                          Upper Michigan
*Senior outings at discounted cost                                Agency: Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and
*Sheepshead League Wednesday evenings                             Upper Mich.
*Annual June Flea Market, December Reindeer                       Christ Church
Games, March Big Birthday Bash - celebrates every                 13460 North Port Washington Road
child's birthday, June and July fundraising events                Mequon, WI 53092
*M-T Historic Day Annual Event in September                       (262) 377-2902 Local #
showcases local heritage                                          (414) 671-5916 Administration
*December Children's Clothing & Toy Rummage                       (800) 216-3437 Toll free #
Annual Sale                                                       (414) 671-5926 Information
*Facility is available to rent for events and offered free        (414) 671-5920 After hours message
for one fundraising event per organization per year
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            teri.gumieny@lsswis.org                                         Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
            www.lsswis.org                                                  W1657@marchofdimes.com
                                                                            www.marchofdimes.com/wisconsin
            Provides mental health therapy for individuals,
            families, couples and groups. Services are provided             Programs to improve the health of babies by
            to all faiths. Several insurances accepted including            preventing birth defects, low birth weight, and infant
            BadgerCare, Medicaid and Medicare. Sliding fee                  mortality.
            scale based on ability to pay as low as $10 per
            session if uninsured. Areas of therapy:                         Marquette Dental Clinic
            *Marriage and family conflict                                   Agency: Marquette University
            *Alcohol and drug addiction assessments and                     1801 West Wisconsin Avenue
            treatment                                                       Milwaukee, WI 53233
            *Sexual and domestic abuse                                      (414) 288-7273 Pediatric Dental Department
            *Unresolved trauma                                              (414) 288-1510 Dental Clinic
            *Anger management                                               (414) 288-5902 Patient Financial Services
            *Stress                                                         (414) 288-6790 Screening appointment
            *Grief and loss                                                 (414) 288-1520 Español
            *Self esteem issues
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            *Women's mental health group                                    Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm. Emergency walk-in service on
            *Project Recovery-emotional support for disaster                first served basis beginning at 7:30 am.
            victims                                                         www.marquette.edu

            Make a Wish Foundation of Wisconsin                             Provides:
            Agency: Make a Wish Foundation of Wisconsin                     *Pediatric Dentistry Clinic - comprehensive treatment
            13195 West Hampton Avenue                                       and emergency care for the child patient under faculty
            Butler, WI 53007                                                supervision
            (800) 236-9474 Toll free #                                      *Dental Clinic - teaching institution that provides
            (262) 781-4445 Information                                      comprehensive dental treatment to patients from the
                                                                            general public by pre-doctoral dental students under
            Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.                                              the supervision of faculty members, who are licensed
            info@wisconsin.wish.org                                         dentists and hygienists
            www.wisconsin.wish.org                                          *All fees must be paid when each stage of treatment
                                                                            is completed. Cash, checks, Master Card and Visa
            Fulfills the wishes of children who are living with life        are accepted. Medicaid, BadgerCare, HMOs within
            threatening illnesses. Wishes range from visiting               Medicaid and BadgerCare programs, and private
            Disney World to meeting a rock star, movie or sports            dental insurance is accepted. Pediatric Dentistry
            celebrity.                                                      Clinic acepts Doral United and Title-19. Prospective
                                                                            patients call to be put on the list for a screening
            Manitowoc County Resource Directory                             appointment. Names will be added to the list from
            Agency: Manitowoc County Human Services                         April 27 to May 1.
            Department
            926 South 8th Street                                            Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic -
            Manitowoc, WI 54220                                             Wednesdays
            (920) 323-2448 Crisis # after hours                             Agency: Marquette University
            (920) 683-4230 Information                                      Council for the Spanish Speaking
                                                                            1615 South 22nd Street
            24/7 for website.                                               Milwaukee, WI 53204
            www.manitowocresources.com                                      (414) 384-3700 Information, general
                                                                            (414) 615-1345 Information
            A tool for anyone living in Manitowoc County to
            explore what resources are available to them for                Wednesdays 5-7 pm except holidays.
            social needs - medical, mental health, recreation,              lori.zahorodny@marquette.edu
            transportation, spirituality, education, etc.                   www.law.marquette.edu/cgi-
                                                                            bin/site.pl?2130&pageID=3199
            March of Dimes, Wisconsin Chapter
            Agency: March of Dimes, Wisconsin Chapter                       Provides brief legal information and referral on a walk-
            5225 North Ironwood Road                                        in basis in all areas of civil, but NOT CRIMINAL law.
            Suite 200                                                       No attorney-client relationship is formed and on-going
            Milwaukee, WI 53217                                             representation is not provided. No appointment is
            (414) 778-3500 Information                                      necessary. Legal advice cannot be given over the
                                                                            phone. Bring all paperwork related to your question.
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consultation. Services include:                                 Memory Loss Support Group - Mequon
*Landlord-Tenant                                                Agency: Alzheimer's Association
*Family Law                                                     Highlands at Newcastle Place
*Child Custody                                                  12600 North Port Washington Road
*Child Support                                                  Mequon, WI 53092
*Domestic Abuse                                                 (414) 479-8800 Chapter office
*Social Security                                                (800) 272-3900 24/7 hotline
*Small Claims                                                   (262) 387-8884 Information
*Employment, Worker's Compensation,                             (262) 387-8860 Information
Unemployment Compensation
                                                                Fourth Tuesdays, 10-11:30 am.
                                                                ginny.nyhuis@alz.org
Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic -Tuesdays                      www.alz.org/sewi
Agency: Marquette University
House of Peace Community Center                                 Support groups for the caregivers of someone with
1702 West Walnut Street                                         memory loss, Alzheimer's, dementia. Facilitated by
Milwaukee, WI 53205                                             certified senior advisors and social workers.




                                                                                                                     DIRECTORY
(414) 933-1300 Information, general

Tuesdays 3-7 pm except holidays.                                Memory Loss Support Group - Port
lori.zahorodny@marquette.edu                                    Agency: Alzheimer's Association
www.law.marquette.edu/cgi-                                      Port Washington Library
bin/site.pl?2130&pageID=3199                                    Community Room, Lower Level
                                                                316 West Grand Avenue
Provides brief legal information and referral on a walk-        Port Washington, WI 53074
in basis in all areas of civil, but NOT CRIMINAL law.           (920) 838-1311 Information
No attorney-client relationship is formed and on-going          (414) 479-8800 Chapter office
representation is not provided. No appointment is               (800) 272-3900 24/7 hotline
necessary. Legal advice cannot be given over the
phone. Bring all paperwork related to your question.            First Tuesdays, 6-7:30 pm.
Services include:                                               ginny.nyhuis@alz.org
*Landlord-Tenant                                                www.alz.org/sewi
*Family Law
*Child Custody                                                  Support groups for the caregivers of someone with
*Child Support                                                  memory loss, Alzheimer's, dementia. Facilitated by
*Domestic Abuse                                                 certified senior advisors and social workers.
*Social Security
*Small Claims                                                   MemoryMinders LLC
*Employment, Worker's Compensation,                             Agency: MemoryMinders LLC
Unemployment Compensation                                       St. Paul Lutheran Church
                                                                701 Washington Street
Memory Loss Support Group - Grafton                             Grafton, WI 53024
Agency: Alzheimer's Association                                 (262) 707-9387 Information
Family Enrichment Center                                        (262) 377-2968 Fax
885 Badger Circle
Grafton, WI 53024                                               Calls are returned within 24 hours. Meets Mondays
(920) 838-1311 Information                                      and Wednesdays 9:30 am-1:30 pm.
(414) 479-8800 Chapter office                                   jill@memoryminders.net
(800) 272-3900 24/7 hotline                                     www.memoryminders.net

Second Wednesdays, 2:30-4 pm.                                   A program for anyone experiencing early memory
ginny.nyhuis@alz.org                                            loss to enhance memory through interaction,
www.alz.org/sewi                                                education, and mental and physical stimulation.

Support groups for the someone with early stage                 Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Unit
memory loss and/or their caregivers. Facilitated by             Agency: Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital- Ozaukee
certified senior advisors and social workers.                   Campus
                                                                Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital-Ozaukee
                                                                13111 North Port Washington Road
                                                                Mequon, WI 53097
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            (800) 457-6004    Toll free #                                  children keeping parents and children together,
                                                                           advocacy and support
            Services available 24/7.                                         -specialized family resource center - supports
                                                                           families with special mental health needs, an outlet for
            Persons who may have overdosed should go to the                parents
            hospital emergency room or call 911. They do not do            *Youth Suicide Prevention - contact:
            counseling over the phone. Refer emotional support             shelgross@tds.net
            to COPE Services. Provides inpatient services for              *Survivors Helping Survivors - open to all, of any age,
            persons age 18 and over concerning:                            who have a lost loved one to suicide:
            *Mental health, depression assessment, psychiatric               -quarterly newsletter, sign-up online to receive
            evaluations                                                      -two support groups in the Milwaukee area
            *Group and individual psychotherapy
            *Electroconvulsive therapy
            *Detox services                                                Mequon at Oakwood Apartments-Senior
            *Suicide risk assessment                                       Dining Center
            *Chemical dependency problems inpatient                        Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of
            hospitalization is for the stabilization of the acute          Ozaukee County
            presenting problem and is usually 3-5 days with
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                                                                           Oakwood Apartments
            referral to an intensive outpatient program or                 10822 North Port Washington Road
            outpatient psychiatric services upon discharge                 Mequon, WI 53097
            *Intensive outpatient program available for adults             (262) 238-8120 Reserve lunch
            experiencing serious impairment in psychosocial                (262) 284-8120 Reserve lunch
            functioning
            *Admittance through referral from medical doctor or            Serves lunch Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
            psychiatrist, self-referral (call or come to Emergency         aging@co.ozaukee.wi.us
            Room) as a voluntary admission; Ozaukee County                 www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging
            facilitates involuntary admits under Chapter 51
            process.                                                       Provides a nutritious, low-cost lunch in a social setting
                                                                           for anyone 60 and older and their spouse regardless
            Mental Health America of Wisconsin                             of age. Reserve your lunch the day before by noon.
            Agency: Mental Health America of Wisconsin                     Donation requested.
            734 North 4th Street
            Suite 200                                                      Mequon Clinical Associates
            Milwaukee, WI 53203                                            Agency: Mequon Clinical Associates
            (414) 276-3122 Program contacts                                11501 North Port Washington Road
            (608) 250-4368 Madison office                                  Suite 202
            (608) 250-4368 Shel Gross                                      Mequon, WI 53092
                                                                           (262) 241-7778 Information
            Mon-Thurs 9 am-5 pm, Fri 9 am-3 pm.
            info@mhawisconsin.org                                          Mon-Thurs 9 am-1 pm and 2-6 pm, Fri 9 am-4pm.
            www.mhawisconsin.org                                           www.mequonclinical.com
            Note that this resource does not provide suicide               Provides:
            intervention. Provides:                                        *Full-service mental health clinic providing individual,
            *Information and assistance services:                          couple, family therapy, child and adolescent therapy,
              -website - mental health issues, online mental               and group therapy
            health screenings, support groups, information -               *AODA services
            contact: cara@mhawisconsin.org                                 *Medicare, private insurance and private payment
              -online resource directory of mental health service          accepted
            agencies
              -telephone and email assistance - on issues and
                                                                           Mequon Fire Department
            needs related to mental illness
                                                                           Agency: Mequon Fire Department
              -print materials - brochures, fact sheets
                                                                           11300 North Buntrock Avenue
              -mental health care provider search - website
                                                                           Mequon, WI 53092
            database directory of local mental health care
                                                                           9-1-1           Emergency #
            providers in Southeast Wisconsin
                                                                           (262) 242-2530 Information
            *Community and business outreach - raise
            awareness, reduce stigma through workshops,
                                                                           Emergency services 24/7. Burn Permit Information
            assess the impact in the workplace of mental illness
                                                                           Mon, Tues and Thurs 8 am-4:30 pm.
            *Strong Families, Healthy Homes:
                                                                           dbialk@ci.mequon.wi.us
              -Invisible Children's Program - for parents with
                                                                           www.ci.mequon.wi.us
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                                                               *Driver's Education Class
Provides:                                                      *Discounted tickets for area commercial attractions,
*Fire prevention, fire suppression, rescue and, in             summer only
conjunction with the ambulance department,
emergency medical services                                     Mequon-Thiensville School District
*For fire prevention, the department is responsible for        Agency: Mequon-Thiensville School District
plan review of new construction, inspection of all             5000 West Mequon Road
commercial, industrial and multi-family residences. It         Mequon, WI 53092
also provides fire safety education.                           (262) 238-8503 Information
*Burning Permits: print and complete the Burn Permit
Information Form available online and mail or drop off         Mon-Fri 7 am-4 pm.
at the Fire Department. You will be contacted within           dmeans@mtsk.k12.wi.us
1-2 days from receipt of form to schedule an                   http://mtsd.k12.wi.us
appointment for an inspection of your property. An
inspection needs to be conducted before a permit is            The administrative office for the Mequon-Thiensville
issued.                                                        public schools.




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Mequon Police Department                                       Mequon-Thiensville Senior Programming
Agency: Mequon Police Department                               Agency: Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department
11300 North Buntrock Avenue                                    11040 North Range Line Road
Mequon, WI 53092                                               Mequon, WI 53092
9-1-1           Emergency #                                    (262) 238-7537 Senior Programmer
(262) 242-3500 Information and Officer Guttman
                                                               Mon-Fri 7:30 am-4 pm.
Emergency services available 24/7. Administration              sroesch@mtsd.k12.wi.us
Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm. Vehicle registration Mon-Sat 12             www.mtsd.k12.wi.us
noon-6 pm.
sgraff@ci.mequon.wi.us                                         Provides in a Senior Center:
http://mequon.govoffice.com                                    *Adult enrichment classes, fitness and wellness
                                                               classes and activities, and sports
Provides:                                                      *Senior programs - includes outings, field trips, fitness
*Emergency and crisis intervention                             classes and activities, enrichment classes, 55 Alive
*Boating Safety Course - DNR boating safety class.             Class - safety driving class, health care workshops,
Questions to Officer Guttmann                                  garden workshops, afternoon activities at the Center.
*Hunter Safety Course - introduction to hunting in all         Child care available for grandchildren while you take
aspects. Questions to Officer Guttmann                         classes.
*Police Reserves - civilian, non-sworn group of
people, receive training focusing on emergency-                Meta House
rescue, practical policing methods, principles of
                                                               Agency: Meta House Inc
arrest, search and seizure, prepares them to assist
                                                               2625 North Weil Street
regular police, in regular squad patrol
                                                               Milwaukee, WI 53212
*Vehicle registration, renewal, license plates, renewal
                                                               (414) 962-1200 Information
stickers and title transfers
                                                               Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm.
Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department                       mail@metahouse.org
Agency: Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department               www.metahouse.org
11040 North Range Line Road
Mequon, WI 53092                                               Although services are available primarily to
(262) 238-7535 Information                                     Milwaukee County residents, residents of Ozaukee
(262) 238-5634 Director                                        County may receive services on an individual basis.
(262) 238-7536 Recreation Manager                              Insurances are accepted including Medicaid and
                                                               Badger Care. Other payment sources may be
Office hours Mon-Fri 7:30 am-4 pm.                             available. Call for information. Provides:
cgross@mtsd.k12.wi.us                                          *Residential Treatment Program - 24 hour care in a
www.mtsd.k12.wi.us                                             communal living environment. Allows children to
                                                               reside with mother and also receive services such as
Provides:                                                      play therapy and academic assistance.
*Children and Youth Programming - swimming                     *Outpatient Treatment Services - three levels of
classes, life guard certification, sports, dance and           services to assist women maintain sobriety
drama, academic programs                                       *Meta Housing - for certified homeless women who
*Preschool Program - classes and activities                    have successfully begun recovery and are ready for
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            independent living, with supportive services.                 Milwaukee County Department of Health &
            Residents pay 30% of their gross income as rent.              Human Services
                                                                          Agency: Milwaukee County Department of Health &
            Milwaukee Area Technical College                              Human Services
            Agency: Milwaukee Area Technical College                      Behavioral Health Division
            5555 Highland Road                                            9455 West Watertown Plank Road
            Mequon, WI 53092                                              Milwaukee, WI 53226
            (262) 238-2200 Information                                    (414) 257-7222 Crisis Line
                                                                          (414) 257-6995 Information
            Hours of programs and classes vary, some evening              (414) 257-7260 Admission Center
            and weekend available.                                        (414) 257-7482 James Kubicek
            info@matc.edu
            www.matc.edu                                                  Crisis Line 24/7
                                                                          www.county.milwaukee.gov/BehavioralHealthDivi776
            Provides:                                                     2.htm
            *Pre-College Education - high school diploma and/or
            prepare for college-level studies. Immigrant                  Provides Crisis Line for Milwaukee County residents:
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            populations gain English-language and occupational            *Suicide intervention is not provided by this agency -
            skills.                                                       for imminent suicide, that is when the person has the
            *Technical - associate degree, diploma or certificate,        means and intends to commit suicide at that moment
            leading to technical careers in some 200 fields               - CALL THE SHERIFF, 414-278-4700.
            *Four-Year College Transfer - complete the first half         *Crisis Line - for someone considering suicide. The
            of a bachelor’s degree, credits transfer to four-year         Crisis Line provides screening and assessment, crisis
            universities                                                  counseling, emergency service coordination and
            *Outreach - basic academic skills through                     referral to resources.
            partnerships with community-based organizations and
            K-12 school districts                                         Milwaukee County Office of the Sheriff
            *Short-Term Training - incumbent workers receive              Agency: Milwaukee County Office of the Sheriff
            targeted, skill-specific training. Underemployed and          821 West State Street
            unemployed populations undergo entry-level                    Milwaukee, WI 53233
            occupational training, often in bilingual formats.            9-1-1 Emergency # within the county
                                                                          (414) 278-4700 Emergency #
            Milwaukee Bar Association                                     (414) 278-4709 Emergency management
            Agency: Milwaukee Bar Association
            424 East Wells Street                                         24/7 for emergency intervention
            Milwaukee, WI 53202                                           sheriff@milwcnty.com
            (414) 274-6760 Information                                    www.county.milwaukee.gov/OfficeoftheSheriff7719.ht
            (262) 544-4016 Information                                    m
            (414) 274-6765 Information
            (414) 276-4180 Fax                                            Provides emergency services for Milwaukee County.
                                                                          Suicide - for imminent suicide - when someone in
            Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm. Every second and fourth                 Milwaukee County has the means and is ready to
            Thursdays from 5-7 pm talk free to a lawyer by calling        commit suicide. Collect information about their
            414-274-6768.                                                 location, method of suicide, name, telephone number,
            bwegner@milwbar.org                                           if they are alone, whether they have a weapon. For
            www.findmilwaukeelawyers.org                                  someone contemplating suicide in Milwaukee County,
                                                                          call the Milwaukee County Crisis Line, 414-257-7222.
            Provides:
            *Lawyer Referral Service - a free referral service to         Milwaukee LGBT Community Center
            find a lawyer and to community and government                 Agency: Milwaukee LGBT Community Center
            resources. After receiving the name of a lawyer, you          315 West Court Street
            may consult with that lawyer your first 1/2 hour for          Suite 101
            $20. Fees thereafter are negotiated with the lawyer.          Milwaukee, WI 53212
            A list of lawyers for persons of low-income available.        (414) 271-2656 Information
            *Free legal information
                                                                          Mon 10 am-5 pm, Tues-Thurs 10 am-9 pm, Fri 10 am-
                                                                          10 pm, Sat 6 pm-10 pm.
                                                                          www.mkelgbt.org

                                                                          Provides for anyone lesbian, gay, bisexual,
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straight allies:                                               Provides:
*Community Center for LGBT individuals                         *Public Awareness and Youth Education to prevent
*David Bohnett CyberCenter - computers, learn and              many problems associated with underage drinking
use the latest PC operating system and software                *MADD Victim Services - trained victim advocates
*Project Q Youth Program - a safe space for LGBT               provide bereaved families and injured victims of
and questioning youth and their straight allies ages 24        alcohol related driving accidents with emotional
and under                                                      support and resources about the complex legal,
*LGBT Anti-Violence Project - to address the impact            medical and financial ramifications of a crash:
of hate crimes, domestic violence and sexual assault             -navigation of the criminal and civil justice systems
on LGBT communities                                              -understanding of the grief, anger, confusion and
*LGBT Resource Directory and Information & Referral            frustration
Line - resource directory of LGBT - friendly service           *Resources available online and by mail
providers
*Therapy Assistance Program
*Legal Night - free legal consultation provided by             Mothers United for Moral Support, Inc
LGBT - friendly attorneys. Call for times and dates.           Agency: Mothers United for Moral Support, Inc
*Jack H. Smith Library                                         150 Custer Court
*Speaker's Bureau




                                                                                                                           DIRECTORY
                                                               Green Bay, WI 54301-1243
*OutVote - non-partisan voter mobilization project             (920) 336-5333 Information
*Many Men Many Voices program - targets men who
have sex with men in communities of color for HIV              Call for hours.
prevention/intervention                                        mums@netnet.net
*LGBT "Kick Butt" Tobacco Control - information and            www.netnet.net/mums
resources to fight nicotine addiction
                                                               Provides MUMS: National Parent to Parent Network
MOMS Club                                                      program:
Agency: MOMS Club                                              *Support to parents in the form of a networking
Phone or visit website for info.                               system that matches them with other parents whose
Mequon, WI 53097                                               children have the same or similar
(414) 571-2258 Information                                     condition/disability/syndrome
                                                               *Database of over 21,200 families from 56 countries
Call or email for dates and times of meetings and              covering over 3,500 disorders, rare syndromes or
activities.                                                    conditions can be matched
www.mequonmomsclub.com                                         *Parents can exchange medical information
                                                               *Families provide each other with emotional support
Provides the MOMS Club of Mequon:                              *Support groups for parents dealing with their child's
*Support group for mothers that meets during the day           specific disability
when moms need support the most
*Offers a variety of programs and activities to grow           mPower
and learn as parents and build lasting friendships             Agency: Wisconsin Poison Center
*Activities include monthly business meetings with             Services by telephone, texting
educational speakers, park days, age-based                     and website.
playgroups, field trips, MOMS Night Out, Family Night          (866) 661-6797 Toll free helpline
Out. Children are welcome.                                       Text 55358 Keyword MPOWER

Mothers Against Drunk Driving-WI State                         Services available 24/7.
Office                                                         info@mpowersupport.com
Agency: Mothers Against Drunk Driving-WI State                 www.mpowersupport.com
Office
1845 North Farwell Avenue                                      Provides to anyone under age 21 with a drug or
Suite 310                                                      alcohol related concern via website, text messaging
Milwaukee, WI 53203-0261                                       or telephone:
(877) 623-3435 24/7 helpline                                   *Expert nonjudgmental, confidential support in a
(800) 799-6233 Toll free #                                     situation involving alcohol or drugs
(414) 727-7505 Local #                                         *Also available by Text keyword: MPOWER to 55358
                                                               *When to call:
Office hours Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm. Services                      -help getting a grip on a potential crisis. Always call
available 24/7.                                                911 in a life threatening situation.
maddwi@tds.net                                                   -someone to talk to about an alcohol or drug related
www.maddwisconsin.org                                          situation
                                                                 -worried that you or a friend may have a problem
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                                                                           workforce
            Muscular Dystrophy Association District                        *Matches the worker's skills to work in nonprofit or
            Office                                                         government agencies
            Agency: Muscular Dystrophy Association District                *Program funded by the U.S. Department of Labor
            Office                                                         and sponsored by Senior Service America, Inc
            2949 North Mayfair Road
            Suite 106
            Wauwatosa, WI 53222                                            NAMI (Alliance for the Mentally Ill) Ozaukee
            (414) 431-0154 Information                                     Agency: NAMI Wisconsin, Inc
                                                                           Christ Church of Mequon
            Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.                                             13460 North Port Washington Road
            3921.office@mdausa.org                                         Mequon, WI 53097
            www.mdausa.org                                                 (262) 243-3627 Local #
                                                                           (608) 268-6000 Agency #
            Services for persons with a diagnosis of one of the 43         (800) 950-6264 Help line
            diseases in the Muscular Dystrophy category include:           (262) 284-0389 Family Support Group
            *Summer Camp for youth (6-17 years)
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            *Outpatient clinics providing initial diagnosis and            Business meeting and support group, 3rd Thursday
            follow-up care                                                 monthly, 6:30 pm. Family to Family Education
            *Medical equipment: walkers, wheelchairs, braces,              Course, call for dates and hours. Family Support
            hospital beds, hydraulic lifts, bath adapters, etc.,           Group 2nd and 4th Thursday monthly, 7:30-9 pm, in
            offered on a loan basis when available or $500 toward          the Lower Fireside Room.
            repairs and modification to equipment including                nami.oz@hotmail.com
            wheelchairs, leg braces and communication devices              www.namiwisconsin.org
            *Support groups for adults with neuromuscular
            disease                                                        Provides:
                                                                           *Family-to-Family Education Program - a 12 week
            Muttland Meadows Inc                                           course for families of persons with severe mental
            Agency: Muttland Meadows Inc                                   illness
            289 Green Bay Road                                             *Support group - peer "work groups" for mutual
            Grafton, WI 53024                                              understanding and support for coping with serious
                                                                           and persistent mental illness, led by trained
            Park open daylight hours.                                      facilitators.
            www.muttlandmeadows.org                                        *Family Support Group lead by trained facilitator
                                                                           *Maintains a comprehensive list of support groups in
            Provides a 6.6 acre, fenced-in, off-leash dog park             the Southeast Wisconsin area of mental health
            operated by a tax-exempt, non-profit organization.             related support groups
            Visit the website for complete list of rules to use the
            dog park. Dog owners are required to clean-up after            Narcotics Anonymous
            their dogs. Annual donation of $50 is requested for            Agency: Narcotics Anonymous
            regular visitors and other donations are appreciated.          153 Green Bay Road
            The dog park is maintained entirely by donations and           Thiensville, WI 53092
            volunteer labor.                                               (866) 913-3837 Milwaukee toll free #
                                                                           (888) 611-1813 Ozaukee/Sheboygan #
                                                                           (800) 240-0276 Regional toll free #
            N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc                            (920) 232-9615 Wis Regional Service Office
            Agency: N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc                    (818) 773-9999 World Service Office
            2900 Curry Lane
            Green Bay, WI 54308                                            24/7 helpline. Meetings Sundays, 12 noon and
            (920) 468-1161x3557 Information                                Wednesdays, 6:30 pm.
            (800) 636-1161       Wisconsin toll free #                     wrsc@wisconsinna.org
            (920) 593-3590        TTY                                      www.wisconsinna.org

            Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm.                                       Provides these services for all drug addicts:
            newcri@newcurative.org                                         *An anonymous peer support group, meets locally
            www.newcurative.org                                            with outings and events
                                                                           *A recovery process
            Provides Senior Service Program for persons age 55             *Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions programs
            or older, not already working and below 125% of
            poverty level:
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National Cancer Institute                                      www.donotcall.gov
Agency: National Cancer Institute
Services provided by telephone                                 Provides prevention of tele-marketer phone calls:
and website.                                                   *Your registration will not expire. Telephone numbers
(800) 422-6237 National toll free helpline                     placed on the Registry will remain on it permanently.
(800) 332-8615 TTY                                             Most tele-marketers should not call your number once
                                                               it has been on the registry for 31 days. If they do, file
Cancer Helpline Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm. LiveHelp                 a complaint on the website supplying the telephone
Mon-Fri 9 am-11 pm EST.                                        number of the company and date of call. Register
www.cancer.gov                                                 your home or mobile phone for free.
                                                               *Forward spam email including phishing emails to
Provides:                                                      spam@uce.gov
*Information and referrals to resources about cancer           *Register online or by telephone
*Online, confidential chat-line: LiveHelp® online chat
                                                               National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Center for Missing and Exploited                      Agency: Texas Council on Family Violence
Children                                                       Services provided by telephone




                                                                                                                           DIRECTORY
Agency: National Center for Missing and Exploited              hotline.
Children                                                       (800) 799-7233 24/7 hotline
Services provided by telephone                                 (800) 787-3224 TTY
and website.                                                   (800) 799-7233 Hotline
(800) 843-5678 Help and Tip Line                               (512) 794-1133 Administration
(703) 274-3900 Information
                                                               Hotline available 24/7.
Services available 24/7.                                       info@tcfv.org
www.missingkids.com                                            www.ndvh.org

Provides:                                                      Provides:
*Clearinghouse of information about missing and                *Crisis telephone intervention
exploited children                                             *Information and referral to victims of domestic
*CyberTipline - report internet-related child sexual           violence and their friends and families
exploitation including child pornography, online               *Hotline is a resource for domestic violence
enticement of children, molestation of children outside        advocates, government officials, law enforcement
the family, sex tourism of children, child victims of          agencies and the general public; toll-free, confidential
prostitution, and unsolicited obscene material sent to         and anonymous
a child. Reports may be made 24/7 online at                    *Assistance and guidance in a variety of areas
www.cybertipline.com or by calling.                            including media, public relations, fundraising, public
*Technical assistance to individuals and law-                  policy, legal advocacy and public education and
enforcement in the prevention, investigation,                  training
prosecution, and treatment of cases involving missing
and exploited children                                         National Down Syndrome Society
*Training programs to law-enforcement and social-              Agency: National Down Syndrome Society
service professionals                                          Services provided by telephone
*Distributes photographs and descriptions of missing           and website.
children worldwide                                             (800) 221-4602 Toll free helpline
*Coordinates child-protection efforts with the private
sector                                                         Website available 24/7.
*Networks with nonprofit service providers and state           info@ndss.org
clearinghouses about missing-persons cases                     www.ndss.org
*Provides information about effective state legislation
to help ensure the protection of children                      Provides information and referral to resources to
                                                               persons with Down Syndrome and their families.
National Do Not Call Registry                                  Website available in Spanish at www.esp.ndss.org.
Agency: Federal Trade Commission
FTC, Consumer Response Center                                  National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin
600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW                                    Agency: National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin
Washington, DC 20580                                           16655 West Bluemound Road
(888) 382-1222 "Do Not Call" helpline                          Suite 240
(866) 290-4236 TTY                                             Brookfield, WI 53005-5923
                                                               (800) 543-6393 Toll free #
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            (262) 821-0705    Information                                   (773) 880-9860    Information

            Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm.                                              Hotline available 24/7.
            nkfw@kidneywi.org                                               info@1800runaway.org
            www.kidneywi.org                                                www.1800runaway.org

            Provides:                                                       Provides:
            *Kidney and other health screenings                             *Information about and for runaways and youth
            *Support groups - Waiting for Kidney Transplant AND             considering running away
            Liver Therapy Groups                                            *Electronic bulletin board for potential runaways to
            *Information on hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis,              ask questions
            living donation, diabetes and high blood pressure               *Hotline counsels youth considering running away
            *Free Medical ID Jewelry - for those with diabetes,             *Message Relay, Conference Calls - non threatening
            high blood pressure; $10 for replacement                        communication for a runaway with family/guardian
            *Women of the World Health Conference - free                    *National Safe Place - resources, buses, restaurants,
            annual event, 2nd Saturday of May, to empower                   shelter, etc. and help for youth who have runaway
            women of color to advocate for theirs and their                 *Counseling to parents of runaways and in dealing
            family's health; free health screenings, local and state        with difficult parental issues
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            health information. Registration by fax, mail, phone,           *Home Free - helps youth return home in
            online; info@wowconference.org;                                 collaboration with Greyhound Bus Lines
            www.wowconference.org
            *Educational programs provide medical information               National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
            and answer important financial questions about                  Agency: Texas Council on Family Violence
            treatment costs concerning dialysis, kidney disease,            Services by telephone and website.
            organ transplants and donation                                  (866) 331-9474 24/7 helpline
                                                                            (800) 787-3224 TTY
            National Multiple Sclerosis Society -                           (512) 794-1133 Administration
            Wisconsin Chapter
            Agency: National Multiple Sclerosis Society -                   Helpline is available 24/7.
            Wisconsin Chapter                                               contact@loveisrespect.@org
            1120 James Drive                                                www.loveisrespect.org
            Suite A
            Hartland, WI 53029                                              Provides for teens ages 13-18 experiencing dating
            (800) 242-3358 Toll free #                                      abuse and their parents:
            (262) 369-4400 Information                                      *Speak to a peer or an adult advocate anonymously
                                                                            and confidentially
            Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.                                           *Log on to an interactive web site and receive
            info@wisms.org                                                  immediate, confidential assistance staffed by trained
            www.wisms.org                                                   advocates, where teens can write and immediately
                                                                            get assistance in a one-on-one private chat room
            Provides:
            *Links to resources, information about research and             New Day Club Inc, The
            treatments for Multiple Sclerosis                               Agency: New Day Club Inc, The
            *Events and workshops - family getaways,                        11936 North Port Washington Road
            professional training, teleconferences, information             Mequon, WI 53092
            about living with MS financially, physically, mentally          (262) 241-4673 Information
            *Youth and Teen Programs
            *Support groups:                                                Call or check website for days and times of meetings.
              -Circle of Hope (Self-Help Groups)                            Young people's meeting Sundays at 5 pm.
              -caregiver support groups                                     contactus@newdayclub.org
              -peer support groups                                          www.newdayclub.org
            *Financial assistance for:
              -education                                                    Provides:
              -holidays                                                     *A fellowship of recovering alcoholics and families of
              -durable medical equipment                                    alcoholics
              -home and vehicle modifications                               *Club-House - home to a number of AA and Al Anon
                                                                            groups. Each group meets weekly at a specified day
            National Runaway Switchboard                                    and time and adheres to the Twelve Step Program
            Agency: National Runaway Switchboard                            and traditions of its parent organization
            Services provided by telephone.
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Newburg Fire Department                                       (262) 375-1116    Information
Agency: Newburg Fire Department
508 Main Street                                               Mon-Thurs 8:30 am-7 pm, Fri 8 am-7 pm.
Newburg, WI 53060
9-1-1           Emergency #                                   Provides:
(262) 675-6262 Non-emergency #                                *Individual, marital and family therapy
                                                              *Children, adolescents and adults are treated for a
Emergency services 24/7.                                      variety of emotional, mental health and chemical
mail@newburgfirerescue.com                                    dependency concerns
www.newburgpicnic.com                                         *Nurse practitioner prescribes medication

Provides fire protection and Emergency Medical                NOVA Services, Inc
Services to the Village of Newburg, Town of Trenton,          Agency: NOVA Services, Inc
and a portion of the Town of Saukville and EMS to a           141 South 8th Avenue
portion of the Town of Farmington.                            West Bend, WI 53095
                                                              (262) 338-8842 Information
Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin,




                                                                                                                        DIRECTORY
Inc                                                           Services provided 24/7.
Agency: Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin,             admin@novaservices.org
Inc                                                           www.novaservices.org
Ozaukee County Justice Center
1201 South Spring Street                                      Provides Calm Harbor:
Port Washington, WI 53074                                     *A state licensed, community-based residential facility
(414) 839-8899 English                                        to support adults dealing with mental health issues
(414) 839-8882 Spanish                                        that have recently experienced a crisis. Referral from
(262) 524-7863 Fax                                            Ozaukee County Department of Human Services is
                                                              required to receive services.
No specific hours. Callers should leave a message if          *Inpatient diversion providing safety, security and
no one is available to take their call.                       emotional stability during initial recovery phase
www.law.marquette.edu/cgi-                                    *Support with transitioning into the community,
bin/site.pl?2130&pageID=2617                                  assistance with communication, coping, attending to
                                                              personal needs
Legal services provided in the following areas: Family        *Safe, comfortable, family-like atmosphere; structured
(family & children's court), criminal (misdemeanor &          activity program; staff monitors medications, daily
traffic), civil (general & municipal violations), and         living skills, intoxication monitoring, staff available
tenant rights (evictions & security deposits). Extent         24/7
of Services Provided: Legal representation, advice,
and referral services. Serves persons at 100%,                Office of Mental Health Services
200% and 300% of federal poverty guidelines. Costs            Agency: U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
under $50 are covered by a litigation surcharge. A            Zablocki VA Medical Center
sliding scale fee schedule is based on services and           5000 West National Avenue
persons income level. Call for details and telephone          Milwaukee, WI 53295
pre-screening.                                                (888) 469-6614           Telephone care line
                                                              (414) 384-2000x42098       Information
Northern Ozaukee School District
Agency: Northern Ozaukee School District                      Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
401 Highland Drive                                            www.mentalhealth.va.gov/
Fredonia, WI 53021
(262) 692-2489 Information                                    Provides for veterans with mental illness:
                                                              *Comprehensive psychiatric care including:
Call for hours.                                                 -PTSD
www.nosd.edu                                                    -alcohol, drug abuse
                                                                -depression
The administrative office for the Northern Ozaukee            *Family Involvement through consultation, education
public schools.                                               and psycho-education
                                                              *Local Mental Health Recovery Coordinator - assures
Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc                          access to rehabilitation and recovery services
Agency: Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc                  *Peer Counseling from peer support technicians
                                                              *Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center -
W62 N248 Washington Avenue
                                                              facilitates community integration
Suite 207
                                                              *Social Skills Training
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            OnGuard Online
            Agency: Federal Trade Commission                               Ozaukee County ARC, Inc
            Federal Trade Commission                                       Agency: Ozaukee County ARC, Inc
            Consumer Response Center                                       Portal Industries
            600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, H-130                             1015 Cedar Creek Road
            Washington, DC 20580                                           Grafton, WI 53024
            (877) 382-4357 Order publications                              (262) 376-9503 Information
                                                                           (262) 284-2066 Information
            Website available 24/7.
            OnGuardOnline@ftc.gov.                                         Meetings are the first Monday of every even
            www.onguardonline.gov                                          numbered month at 7 pm.
                                                                           info@ocarc.org
            Provides information to guard against internet fraud,          www.ocarc.org
            secure your computer and protect your personal
            information. Report email scams to spam@uce.gov.               Provides advocacy and support for organizations that
                                                                           serve persons with developmental and related
            Oscar Grady Public Library                                     disabilities.
DIRECTORY




            Agency: Oscar Grady Public Library
            151 South Main Street                                          Ozaukee County Circle of Friends, Inc
            Saukville, WI 53080                                            Agency: Ozaukee County Circle of Friends, Inc
            (262) 284-6022 Information                                     Call for information about outings.
            (262) 284-1933 Fax                                             (262) 375-2606 Information

            Mon-Thurs 9 am-8 pm, Fri 9 am-5 pm, Sat 9 am-3                 Call for information.
            pm.                                                            circle@wi.rr.com
            jgerber@esls.lib.wi.us                                         www.ozaukeecircleoffriends.com
            www.oscargradylibrary.org
                                                                           Provides recreational and social activities for children
            Provides library services and in addition the following        who have disabilities, their families and friends. The
            services:                                                      whole family is encouraged to participate as well as
            *EasiCat - One list available online,                          relatives and friends. The activities are chosen and
            http://www.easicat.net, of all the items owned by the          adapted to allow almost everyone to participate
            bookmobile, the 13 public libraries in Ozaukee and             regardless of age or ability. A "social respite" group
            Sheboygan Counties, and Lakeland College. Check                for families who have children with disabilities.
            out items and return them to any of the EasiCat
            libraries.                                                     Ozaukee County Coroner's Office
            *Access to online databases                                    Agency: Ozaukee County Coroner's Office
            *Reference services of the Reference Librarian and             1201 South Spring Street
            online national reference librarian services                   Port Washington, WI 53074
                                                                           (262) 284-8455 Administration
            Overeaters Anonymous, Inc
            Agency: Overeaters Anonymous, Inc                              Mon-Fri 8:30 am -5 pm.
            Mequon United Methodist Church                                 jholicek@co.ozaukee.wi.us
            11011 North Oriole Lane                                        www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/./departments/Coroners.htm
            Mequon, WI 53092
            (505) 891-2664 Headquarters in New Mexico                      Determines the cause and manner of all deaths in
            (414) 259-0640 Local information #                             Ozaukee County.

            Mequon meetings Tuesdays 6:30 pm. This is a                    Ozaukee County Emergency Management
            H.O.W. focus OA group. Check the website or call for           Agency: Ozaukee County Emergency Management
            other meeting locations.                                       Ozaukee County Justice Center
            info@oa.org                                                    1201 South Spring Street
            www.oa.org                                                     Port Washington, WI 53074-0994
                                                                           (262) 238-8397 Deputy Coordinator metro #
            Offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating            (262) 284-8397 Deputy Coordinator local #
            using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.                  (262) 238-8398 Coordinator metro #
            Meeting formats may vary but all seek recovery on              (262) 284-8398 Coordinator local #
            three levels- physical, emotional and spiritual.
            *The website provides specific outreach to youth and           Administrative hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.
            teens                                                          mowen@co.ozaukee.wi.us
            *Online meetings in real-time and telephone meetings           www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/emergencymanagement
            are available. Check the website for information.




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                                                              want to modify or enforce orders in existing cases. A
Provides:                                                     self-help legal clinic that is staffed by volunteer
*Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) -                  attorneys for family law cases. Assists someone to
coalition of organizations; maintains countywide              determine if it is appropriate to represent him or
emergency response plan; develops and maintains               herself in court and how to file the appropriate forms.
facilities’ off-site emergency response plans and the         The volunteers cannot provide legal advice to an
county’s hazard analysis for both fixed facilities and        individual about his/her specific situation.
transportation; assesses the county hazmat response
resources and equipment; responds to public
requests for information under “community right-to-           Ozaukee County Land and Water
know” law, and conducts hazmat training and                   Management Dept
exercises                                                     Agency: Ozaukee County Land and Water
*Water Safety Patrol unit                                     Management Department
*HazMat Team - responds to incidents involving                121 West Main Street
hazardous materials or potential hazardous materials          PO Box 994
*Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD)            Port Washington, WI 53074-0994
and Citizen Corps Councils coordinate the                     (262) 284-8270 Information
mobilization of local resources when disasters and




                                                                                                                        DIRECTORY
                                                              (262) 238-8313 Metro #
other emergency threaten or strike in Ozaukee
County                                                        Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm.
                                                              prlm@co.ozaukee.wi.us
Ozaukee County Express (Bus)                                  www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/PlanningResourcesLandMana
Agency: Ozaukee County Transit Services                       gement/Index.htm
410 South Spring Street
PO Box 994                                                    Provides county and state conservation programs and
Port Washington, WI 53074                                     policies:
(414) 344-6711 Busline info                                   *Find solutions to land resource problems
(262) 284-8294 Shuttle/taxi to bus                            *Technical service and conservation planning
(262) 238-8294 Shuttle/taxi to bus                            assistance needed to help you:
                                                                -control rural and urban soil erosion
Service hours Mon-Fri 5:15 am-6:30 pm, no Saturday              -protect lakes, streams and groundwater
or Sunday service.                                              -manage wood lots, forests and wildlife
transit@co.ozaukee.wi.us
www.ozaukeetransit.com                                        Ozaukee County Public Health Department
                                                              Agency: Ozaukee County Public Health Department
Scheduled buses travel between Ozaukee and                    121 West Main Street
Milwaukee Counties on a set timetable daily. Transfer         Port Washington, WI 53074
to buses is available. Call or check website for              (262) 284-8170 Information
schedules, stops and connections. All buses are               (262) 238-8170 Metro #
wheelchair accessible and have bicycle racks.                 (262) 268-7735 Flu helpline

Ozaukee County Family Law Assistance                          Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.
Center                                                        publichealth@co.ozaukee.wi.us
Agency: Ozaukee County Family Law Assistance                  www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/publichealth/index.html
Center
Ozaukee County Justice Center                                 Provides the following services and programs, some
1201 South Spring Street                                      services have income limits to receive services:
Port Washington, WI 53074-0994                                *Communicable disease control
(262) 238-8410 Information                                      -food/waterborne
(262) 284-8410 Information                                      -Lyme/vectorborne diseases
                                                              *Chronic disease follow-up
Every Wednesday 11:30 am-12:30 pm. Anyone                     *Health and safety education and information
needing services must arrive before 12:30 pm.                 *Falls Prevention education for seniors
jeffrey.schmidt@wicourts.gov                                  *Free blood pressure checks
www.wicourts.gov                                              *Health care for migrant workers
                                                              *Immunizations for both adults and children
Provides to persons who are a party (petitioner, joint        *Maternal Child Health Program:
petitioner or respondent) in an Ozaukee County family           -targeted case management for persons under age
law case (divorce, custody, placement or support              21
cases with "FA" in the case number, or paternity                -assistance provided to families to improve access
cases with "PA" in the case number). Assistance is            to health care
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            developmental assessments, referral and follow-up                Provides public transportation using sedans, minivans
              -identify health risks                                         and wheelchair-equipped vans. Passengers share
              -early intervention                                            the transportation and must allow sufficient time for
              -Postpartum follow-up to facilitate a safe and                 stops before arriving at their destination. Transfer to
            smooth transition from hospital to home                          transportation for Washington County can be
              -Prenatal Care Coordination, a Medical Assistance              arranged with 24 hour notice. Call for further
            benefit                                                          information. Rides within Port Washington served by
            *Safe Kids injury prevention                                     Port Washington TRANSPORT Taxi. Discounts
            *Wisconsin Well Woman Program:                                   available for older adults, students and persons with
              -for low income, uninsured, and under-insured,                 disabilities. Cost based on distance traveled. One
            women ages 45-64 and high risk ages 35-49                        child age 5 and under travels free, additional children
              -screenings for early detection of breast and                  pay the student rate. Reserve your ride 24 hours
            cervical cancer                                                  ahead. Request wheelchair-equipped van, if needed,
              -those diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer may            at time of reservation.
            be eligible for full Medicaid coverage
            *Lead Program:                                                   Ozaukee County Sheriff Department
              -free walk-in lead screening to children ages 1-5              Agency: Ozaukee County Sheriff Department
            (call for times)
DIRECTORY




                                                                             1201 South Spring Street
              -certified lead inspector is available to perform              Port Washington, WI 53074
            home lead assessments                                            9-1-1            Emergency #
              -HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) vacuum                 (800) 322-7463 Crimeline Anonymous
            available for short-term loan                                    (262) 284-7172 Non-emergency #
            *School-based services:                                          (262) 238-8499 TTY/TDD
              -screening - hearing, vision                                   (262) 238-8440 Jail, Booking
              -head lice checks
              -communicable disease prevention                               Emergency services available 24/7.
              -health education                                              www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/sheriff
              -immunizations
            *WIC (Women, Infant and Children):                               Provides:
              -special supplemental food program for women,                  *Crisis intervention - in-person
            infants, and children if your family includes a                  *Crimeline Anonymous - a hotline for people to call
            pregnant, breast feeding, or postpartum woman, a                 anonymously if they know where a criminal may be
            baby or child under age 5                                        located or to report information about a crime. This
            *Environmental Health Program provides consultation              line is not for crimes in progress (call 911).
            and education:                                                   *Hunter Safety Program - officers teach novice
              -insects, rodents and animals - abatement, follow-             hunters the state game laws and safety techniques for
            up to bites, West Nile surveillance                              handling firearms
              -indoor air quality: radon test kits, asbestos/airborne        *Home Checks - vacation home checks to residents
            particulates, combustion gases, chemical/biological              within patrol area
            exposure                                                         *Ride-Along Program - gives civilians the opportunity
              -water quality: private and public water supplies,             to observe patrol activities
            water testing, beach testing and notification                    *Citizens' Academy - civilians learn about law
              -hazardous materials: disposal, health effects                 enforcement
            determinations                                                   *Animal control services
              -bioterrorism - preparedness planning                          *Ozaukee County Jail location

            Ozaukee County Shared-Ride Taxi                                  Ozaukee County Wanderer Registry
            Agency: Ozaukee County Transit Services                          Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of
            410 South Spring Street                                          Ozaukee County
            PO Box 994                                                       ADRC
            Port Washington, WI 53074                                        121 West Main Street
            (262) 284-8294 Information                                       Port Washington, WI 53074
            (262) 238-8294 Metro #                                           (262) 238-8120 Metro #
            (262) 284-0199 TTY/TDD                                           (262) 284-8120 Local information
            (262) 238-8108 Feedback/complaints
                                                                             Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.
            Mon-Fri 6 am-9 pm, Sat 8:30 am-6 pm, Sun 8 am-12                 aging@co.ozaukee.wi.us
            noon. Service unavailable the 6 major holidays.                  www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging
            transit@co.ozaukee.wi.us
            www.ozaukeetransit.com                                           The Sheriff's Department maintains descriptive
                                                                             information and photographs of residents who reside
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someone is found wandering, the local police can                (262) 284-8200   Port Washington and northern
access the Wanderer Registry to identify the person             Ozaukee County
and locate their home. The registration form is                 (262) 238-8200   Milwaukee Metro and southern
available at any police station, Sheriff's Department or        Ozaukee County
the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee               (262) 238-8130   Register for Anger Management
County.                                                         Group
                                                                (262) 284-8168   Intake Specialist, northern Ozaukee
                                                                County
Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Child                              (262) 238-8168   Intake Specialist, metro #
Protective Services
Agency: Ozaukee County Department of Human                      Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm. Evenings by appointment.
Services                                                        24/7 crisis intervention.
121 West Main Street                                            dss@co.ozaukee.wi.us
Port Washington, WI 53074-0994                                  www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/HumanServices/CounselingC
(262) 284-8200 Port Washington and Northern part                enter1.htm
of County
(262) 238-8200 Milwaukee Metro and Southern part                Services are covered by many health insurances or
                                                                charges are determined by ability to pay, sliding




                                                                                                                       DIRECTORY
of County
                                                                scale. Services/treatment for:
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm. Evenings by appointment.                  *24/7 crisis intervention
dss@co.ozaukee.wi.us.us                                         *Anger management training
www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/humanservices                              *Relationship counseling
                                                                *Emotional problems counseling: depression, anxiety,
Provides the following services and programs:                   stress
*Information and referral to parents or families                *Childhood and adolescent disorders counseling
*Child Protective Services for children the victims of          *Severe psychotic disorders treatment
abuse/neglect or at risk                                        *Assistance obtaining medications for low-income
*Child Care Certification for in-home day-care                  persons
services                                                        *Alcohol and other drug abuse treatment
*Kinship Care Program - provides for a child to live              -Suboxone treatment based on ability to pay
with a relative                                                 *Sexual abuse issues
*Foster care licensing                                          *Court ordered assessments and treatment for
                                                                persons driving while intoxicated
                                                                *Arrangements for voluntary and involuntary
Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Community
                                                                hospitalizations, supportive work programs, halfway
Support Program                                                 house placements
Agency: Ozaukee County Department of Human                      *Info and educational services to community groups
Services                                                        and individuals
121 West Main Street                                            *Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) services
Port Washington, WI 53074-0994
(262) 284-8200 Port Washington and Northern part
                                                                Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Economic
of County
(262) 238-8200 Milwaukee Metro and Southern part                Support Unit
of County                                                       Agency: Ozaukee County Department of Human
                                                                Services
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm. Evenings by appointment.                  121 West Main Street
dss@co.ozaukee.wi.us.us                                         PO Box 994
www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/humanservices                              Port Washington, WI 53074-0994
                                                                (262) 284-8248 New applicants, Intake Line
Provides these services for those with severe, long-            (262) 238-8248 New applicants, Intake Line
term mental illness:
*Treatment.                                                     Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.
*Rehabilitation                                                 dss@co.ozaukee.wi.us.us
*Support Services to live independently                         www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/HumanServices/EconomicSup
                                                                portUnit.htm
Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling
                                                                Programs:
Center                                                          *Wisconsin Medicaid including Family Care and
Agency: Ozaukee County Department of Human                      Nursing Home
Services                                                        *FoodShare - program replaces food stamps
121 West Main Street                                            *Energy Assistance Program
Port Washington, WI 53074                                       *Maintains lists of moderate and low-income housing
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            *Limited Relief Program - assistance with living                options, purchased through Family Care
            expenses; very limited funding available and only to            *Work and Adult Day Services - appropriate day
            those well below the poverty level and then only for            employment options and activities, purchased through
            one month per year                                              Family Care
                                                                            *Birth to Three Program - evaluation and appropriate
                                                                            intervention
            Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Juvenile                           *Family Support Program - for families with children
            Court Unit                                                      with severe, long-term disabilities
            Agency: Ozaukee County Department of Human
            Services                                                        Ozaukee Family Services
            121 West Main Street                                            Agency: Ozaukee Family Services
            Port Washington, WI 53074-0994                                  885 Badger Circle
            (262) 284-8200 Port Washington and Northern part                Grafton, WI 53024
            of County                                                       (262) 376-7774 Information
            (262) 238-8200 Milwaukee Metro and Southern part
            of County                                                       Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm, leave a message and by
            (262) 284-8205 Information to offer foster care                 appointment for evening hours
DIRECTORY




                                                                            info@ozaukeefamilyservices.org
            Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm. Evenings by appointment.                  www.ozaukeefamilyservices.org
            dss@co.ozaukee.wi.us.us
            www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/humanservices                              Fees based on ability to pay - most services are free.
                                                                            Call for details. Provides the following programs and
            Provides:                                                       services:
            *Juvenile court intake                                          *Beyond Divorce - educational program to help
            *Supervision of juvenile offenders                              parents cope more effectively; fulfills the court
            *Alternate care placements                                      requirement for 4 hours of co-parenting education
            *Family support services                                        *Nurturing and Parenting Support Collaboration
            *Family counseling                                              (NAPS) - with COPE Services and Youth and Family
            *Independent living program                                     Project, a variety of parent workshops to strengthen
                                                                            families through education and support; access to
            Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Long Term                          community resources
            Support Division                                                *Off to a Great Start - 9 week class for expectant and
            Agency: Ozaukee County Department of Human                      new parents promoting child's healthy brain
                                                                            development, child's basic needs without spoiling,
            Services
                                                                            handling stress and early discipline
            121 West Main Street
                                                                            *Parents As Teachers - parent education for
            Port Washington, WI 53074
                                                                            expectant parents or parents with children birth to age
            (262) 284-8200 Information
                                                                            5 within Ozaukee County. Includes home visits by a
            (262) 238-8200 Information
                                                                            certified parent educator, group meetings with
                                                                            parents; periodic screenings of child's development,
            Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm. Evenings by appointment.
                                                                            hearing and vision; referrals to other resources.
            dss@co.ozaukee.wi.us
                                                                            *Rainbows - 12-week program, healing for children
            www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/HumanServices/Development
                                                                            dealing with family change or loss, divorce or death;
            alDisabilities.htm
                                                                            ages kindergarten through 8th grade participate in
                                                                            similar age groups to understand feelings, direct
            Offers the following services and programs for
                                                                            energy toward healthy acceptance of these changes
            persons with documented disabling condition under
                                                                            *Spirited Child Class - helps parents understand their
            Wis Statutes, Section 51.01 (5)(a) and as funding
                                                                            child's inborn temperament and how to work with that
            allows. Must have a functional assessment and be
                                                                            temperament to achieve cooperation and better family
            financially eligible for programs as well and as funding
                                                                            relationships
            programs dictate. Individuals served include people
                                                                            *Prevention Education for School Age Children:
            with developmental disabilities as defined in WI State
                                                                            presentations to schools and community
            Statute which typically includes mental retardation,
                                                                            organizations to promote healthy lifestyles, empower
            epilepsy, autism, cerebral palsy and prader willi
                                                                            children and teens with techniques to keep
            syndrome. Some services are for adults at risk,
                                                                            themselves healthy and safe
            neurological impairment, the frail elderly, physically
                                                                            *Counseling for individuals, couples, families,
            disabled and elder abused:
                                                                            children, adolescents, adults and seniors. All
            *Case Management Services
                                                                            counselors have master's degrees. Areas of
            *Respite Care Services - allows primary caregiver a
                                                                            counseling:
            break
                                                                              -relationships
            *Summer Recreation Program - ages 5 to 15
                                                                              -communication
            *Residential services - an array of supported living
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  -mild depression                                             Ozaukee Works
  -grief and other adjustment issues                           Agency: Ozaukee County Department of Human
  -parenting issues                                            Services
  -child treatment                                             885 Badger Circle
  -stress management                                           Grafton, WI 53024
*Services for elderly include to remain living                 (262) 284-8248 New applicants
independently assistance with:                                 (262) 238-8248 New applicants
  -transportation                                              (262) 284-8220 Report changes
  -grocery shopping, errands                                   (262) 238-8220 Report changes
  -yard work
  -companionship and phone visits                              Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
  -inter-generational sharing                                  dss@co.ozaukee.wi.us.
                                                               www.access.wisconsin.gov/access/
Ozaukee Humane Society, Inc
Agency: Ozaukee Humane Society, Inc                            Provides:
2073 Highway W                                                 *Employment Search Services
Grafton, WI 53024                                                -Jobnet - computer with local and statewide job




                                                                                                                          DIRECTORY
(262) 377-7580 Animal Antics Retail Store, Housing             openings listed
List                                                           *Specialists available to assist in the following areas:
(262) 546-5716 Foster program                                    -economic support programs
(414) 431-6165 Dog manners classes                               -W-2
(262) 546-5713 Animal adoption                                   -FoodShare - replaces food stamps
(262) 546-5711 Animal Arrivals                                   -BadgerCare Plus
                                                                 -child day care expense assistance through
Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm, Sat 10 am-6 pm.                             Wisconsin’s Child Care Subsidy program, Wisconsin
info@ozaukeehumane.org                                         Shares. Helps families pay for child care. If the parent
www.ozaukeehumane.org                                          is eligible, child care can be subsidized for children
                                                               under the age of 13 (up to 19 if special needs).
Provides:                                                        -Energy Assistance Program
*Animals available for adoption - see available
animals online                                                 Parent to Parent of Wisconsin
*Adoption information - find out the fees and what to          Agency: Parent to Parent of Wisconsin
bring                                                          1020 Kabel Avenue
*Animal Antics retail store - the store for creature           Rhinelander, WI 54501
comforts, located at both OHS and WHS and online               (715) 361-2890 Information
*Animal arrivals - counselors help people who can no           (888) 266-0028 Information
longer care for their companion animals
*Animal friendly housing list - list of area apartments        Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
that welcome animals, also available online                    Get-Connected@p2pwi.org
*Behavior assistance - leave a message and a                   www.p2pwi.org
representative will call to offer advice (262) 546-5717
*Cat Coalition - program to address the feral cat              Provides:
problem (262) 546-5707                                         *Parent support to parents of children with special
*Critter Connection - volunteers and their own                 needs through a one-to-one connection with another
companion animals are trained to perform animal                parent who knows firsthand about having a child with
assisted therapy at hospitals and nursing homes                special needs
(262) 546-5702                                                 *Support Parent Trainings - held periodically
*Dog manners class at WHS - classes for puppies                throughout the State
and adult dogs are open to the public
*Foster an animal - foster an animal and save a life!          Parenting Network, The
*Animal Control - except for the City of Cedarburg. In         Agency: Parenting Network, The
Cedarburg strays should be brought to Cedarburg                7516 West Burleigh Street
Veterinary Clinic, (262) 377-2460. Call Cedarburg              Milwaukee, WI 53210-1030
Police for assistance if needed, (262) 375-7620.               (414) 671-5575 Administration
*Veterinary Assistance Program - subsidized services           (414) 671-0566 Parent Helpline
for the pets of qualified low-income families,                 (414) 671-5575 Volunteering
application available online or by mail or phone (414)
431-6205                                                       Office hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm, 24/7 helpline.
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            Provides:                                                    *Financial assistance with Insurance Premiums and
            *Parent Helpline - confidential, phone counsels              Co-pays
            parents/caregivers
            *Circle of Parents - parent support group                    Pick N Save Pharmacy
            *Children's Program - allows parents/caregivers to           Agency: Wisconsin Department of Health Services
            attend programs                                              N95 W18273 County Line Road
            *Parent Education:                                           Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
              -positive parenting                                        (262) 253-4705 Information
              -Dad Matters Class
              -effective black parenting                                 Mon-Fri 9 am-8 pm, Sat 9 am-5 pm, Sun 10 am-4 pm.
              -becoming a Love and Logic parent                          dhswebmaildqa@wisconsin.gov
              -nurturing program                                         www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/bqaconsumer/cancerdrugrep
              -Fireworks: Handling anger in families                     osy.htm
              -grandparents and other relatives as parents
            *Facilitator Skills Training                                 Provides the Wisconsin Cancer and Chronic Disease
                                                                         Drug Repository sites. Patients and their families can
            Partners for Community Development, Inc                      donate unused and unopened medications. The
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            Agency: Partners for Community Development, Inc              medications are then available to anyone with a
            1407 South 13th Street                                       doctor's prescription. A list of all participating
            Sheboygan, WI 53081                                          pharmacies is available on the website.
            (800) 584-8172 Toll free Information
            (920) 459-2780 Information                                   Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin
            (866) 432-8947 Heating assistance                            Agency: Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin
                                                                         Clinics are located in Milwaukee,
            Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm.                                           Sheboygan and West Bend.
            info@partners4cd.com                                         (800) 230-7526 Nearest clinic information
            www.partners4cd.com                                          (414) 276-8777 Information

            No fees to apply for programs. The Homebuyers                Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm to make appointments.
            Assistance Program has some expenses. Program                www.ppwi.org
            Information:
            *Weatherization Assistance Program - insulation of           Accept Medicaid (T19), BadgerCare, major credit
            attics, sidewalls, replace or repair furnace, replace        cards, cash, and can bill most insurance plans. Bring
            refrigerator, etc.                                           a recent pay stub, proof of income or Medicaid paper
            *Targeted Home Performance with Energy Star -                to qualify for a discount. Sliding scale based on
            helping residents in making energy efficient                 income available for most services. Call for more
            improvements to their homes                                  details. Provides:
            *Home Improvement Specialty Division - helps                 *Family Planning - including health care and
            households obtain needed repairs to their homes at           education before you become pregnant
            an affordable price                                          *Annual Wellness Exams - Pap test, breast exam,
            *Affordable Townhouses for Families with Children -          and all required diagnostic tests for a proactive,
            affordable rental townhouses for families with               preventative approach to managing your health
            dependent children                                           *Pregnancy testing and counseling
                                                                         *Emergency Contraceptive Pill (ECP) - "morning after"
            Pharmacy Research & Manufacturers of                         pill can prevent pregnancy even after you've had sex
            America                                                      (if taken within 72 hours)
            Agency: Pharmacy Research & Manufacturers of                 *Sexually Transmitted Infections - confidential testing
            America                                                      and treatment of chlamydia, herpes, gonorrhea, HIV
            950 F Street NW                                              and genital warts
            Washington, DC 20004                                         *Teen Talk - health information for teens
            (888) 477-2669 Toll free #                                   *Midlife Services - programs for women approaching
            (202) 835-3535 Administration                                menopause, including hormone replacement therapy

            Call center Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
            www.pparx.org                                                Port Washington Farmers Market
                                                                         Agency: Port Washington Main Street Inc
            Provides Partnership for Prescription Assistance             Downtown Port Washington
            (PPA). Check the website or phone for income limits          East Main Street
            and other eligibility requirements:                          Port Washington, WI 53074
            *Matches patients who cannot afford medication to            (262) 268-1132 Information
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June through October, Saturdays 8 am-12 noon                 rthomas@pwpd.org
except Fish Day.                                             www.pwpd.org
info@portBID.com
www.portBID.com                                              Provides:
                                                             *Crisis and emergency response services
Enjoy fresh farm produce, garden art, fresh bakery,          *Vehicle Registration - information online, click on
perennials, sauces, soap, syrup and more.                    "Services"
                                                             *Open Records - a copy of a report filed with this
                                                             department is available by filling out an Open Records
Port Washington Fire Department                              Request online
Agency: Port Washington Fire Department                      *Vehicle Lock Outs - no fee
104 West Washington Avenue                                   *Child Safety Seats - available on loan, valid driver’s
Port Washington, WI 53074                                    license and $10.00 deposit required. You will be
9-1-1            Emergency #                                 reimbursed your deposit when the child safety seat is
(262) 284-2891 Non-emergency                                 returned
                                                             *Bicycle Helmets - required for anyone under 16
Emergency services 24/7.                                     years of age; provided free to anyone unable to
                                                             purchase a helmet for their child. The parent is




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chiefpwfd@wi.rr.com
www.pwfd.org                                                 responsible for properly adjusting the helmet for their
                                                             child.
Provides fire and rescue services by calling 911.            *Community Room - is available for occasional use,
                                                             free of charge. Contact Barb Roska at
Port Washington Park and Recreation                          broska@pwpd.org
Department-
Agency: Port Washington Park and Recreation                  Port Washington Senior Center
Department                                                   Agency: Port Washington Senior Center
201 North Webster Street                                     102 East Pier Street
Port Washington, WI 53074                                    Port Washington, WI 53074
(262) 284-5881 Information                                   (262) 284-5821 Information
(262) 284-7678 Fax                                           (262) 483-9753 Direct # to reserve lunch
                                                             (262) 238-8120 Reserve lunch
Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm.
cimigjr@ci.port-washington.wi.us/ParkAndRecreation           Office hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-2 pm. Lunch served
www.ci.port-                                                 Mon-Fri.
washington.wi.us/ParkAndRecreation/Index.htm                 ckeiner@ci.port-washington.wi.us
                                                             www.ci.port-washington.wi.us
Provides recreation programs for ages 4 through adult
including:                                                   Community Center and an Ozaukee County Senior
*Youth gymnastics and open-gym                               Dining Center providing a nutritious, low-cost lunch in
*Adult open-gym                                              a social setting. Community Center for adults 55 and
*Golf lessons                                                older, membership fee applies. Lunch program
*Ice skating                                                 available to residents age 60 and older and their
*Football skills                                             spouse regardless of age, donation requested.
*Volleyball, basketball                                      Center provides a variety of programs:
*Summer park program                                         *Entertainment
*Swimming pool, swimming lessons                             *Outings
*Summer theatre                                              *Movies
*Yoga                                                        *Educational programs
                                                             *Social events
                                                             *Card games, etc.
Port Washington Police Department
Agency: Port Washington Police Department
365 North Wisconsin Street
Port Washington, WI 53074                                    Port Washington-Maple Crest-Senior Dining
9-1-1            Emergency #                                 Center
(262) 284-2611 Information                                   Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of
(262) 284-5575 Non-emergency #                               Ozaukee County
(262) 268-4262 Community Room reservation                    Maple Crest Apartments
                                                             942 Sunset Road
Emergency services 24/7. Program services                    Port Washington, WI 53074
available Mon-Fri 7 am-11 pm. Administrative hours           (262) 284-8120 Reserve lunch
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            (262) 238-8120    Reserve lunch                                  maintain employment
                                                                             *Adult Day Services (ADS) - support, supervision,
            Serves lunch Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.                 ongoing training and life skills development
            aging@co.ozaukee.wi.us                                              -promotes greater independence in all areas of daily
            www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging                                       living including self-care, community awareness,
                                                                             mobility
            Provides a nutritious, low-cost lunch in a social setting           -emphasis is to encourage community integration,
            for anyone 60 and older and their spouse regardless              socialization and quality of life experiences
            of age. Reserve your lunch the day before by noon.                  -in-house groups and educational opportunities
            Donation requested.                                                 -sensory integration, art and music therapy, various
                                                                             alternative therapies for personal growth and
            Port Washington-Saukville School District                        enrichment
            Agency: Port Washington-Saukville School District                   -recreation and leisure skill development
            100 West Monroe Street                                              -can be individualized to needs of older adults with
            Port Washington, WI 53074                                        disabilities
            (262) 268-6000 Information                                       *Recreation Program - broad range of activities
            (262) 268-6066 School closing hotline                            encourage personal freedom, self-fulfillment, fun,
                                                                             making new friends
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            Mon-Fri 7:30 am-4 pm.
            Michael.Weber@pwssd.k12.wi.us                                    Positive Image Center
            www.pwssd.k12.wi.us/education/district/district.php?s            Agency: NAMI of Washington County, Inc
            ectionid=1                                                       2030 Stonebridge Road
                                                                             West Bend, WI 53095
            The administrative office for the Port Washington-               (262) 306-7541 Information
            Saukville public schools.                                        (262) 353-3540 Warmline
                                                                             (262) 673-5256 Family support group
            Portal Industries, Inc                                           (262) 338-2393 Family support group
            Agency: Portal Industries, Inc
            1015 Cedar Creek Road                                            Drop-in Center open Mon-Fri 2-6 pm, Sat-Sun12-3
            PO Box 65                                                        pm. Warmline Fri-Sat 6-9 pm. Family-to-Family
            Grafton, WI 53024                                                Education Program begins in the fall.
            (262) 377-4410 Information                                       namiwashington@yahoo.com
            (262) 284-8129 Locally to ADRC to apply                          www.nami-pic.com
            (262) 238-8129 Metro # to ADRC to apply
            (262) 238-2887 Workforce Development Center to                   The center provides for persons with mental illness:
            apply                                                            *Free computer usage, a relaxation/meeting room,
                                                                             craft and hobby room, snack room, meeting room for
            Mon-Fri 8:30 am-3 pm. Supported Employment                       events and dinner night, Wii system, library, TV room,
            Program hours vary with weekends. Recreation                     and folks to talk to. Parking and restrooms are
            Program has evening and Saturday activities.                     handicap accessible. Free tours available.
            cstuebe@portalindustries.org                                     *Drop-in center
            www.portalindustries.org                                         *Warmline, peer to peer
                                                                             *A variety of interest groups from hobby, arts to bingo
            Services for persons age 18 and older with a                     *Depression/Bipolar support group
            diagnosed developmental, behavioral or physical                  *Anxiety Reduction group
            disability. Apply for these services by calling the              *NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program - Free for
            Aging and Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee                  family members, partners and friends of individuals
            County (ADRC) and/or Division of Vocational                      with:
            Rehabilitation (DVR) of Workforce Development.                     -major Depression
            Provides the following programs and services:                      -Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)
            *Work Services - paid work for persons with                        -Schizophrenia and Schizo-affective Disorder
            disabilities that teaches basic work skills, safety,               -Borderline Personality Disorder
            teamwork and work habits. Contracts with area                      -Panic Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive
            businesses; participants receive training necessary to           Disorder
            perform job safely with supervision and support.                   -co-occurring Brain Disorder and Addictive
            *Supported Employment Program - in the community                 Disorders
            for people with significant disabilities who need
            support to maintain a job. Includes:
              -assessment of skills, abilities and job interests
              -job development - matches skills and interests with
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Postpartum Support International                               Provides answers to questions about HIV care and
Agency: Postpartum Support International                       treatment.
Services by telephone and website.
(800) 944-4773 Helpline                                        Recovery International
(805) 967-7636 Administration                                  Agency: Recovery International
(800) 944-8766 Weekly Phone Chats                              Luther Manor, STU Building
                                                               4535 North 92nd Street
Mon-Fri 8 am-2:30 pm PST.                                      Milwaukee, WI 53225
psioffice@postpartum.net                                       (414) 464-5121 Local contact #
www.postpartum.net/                                            (866) 221-0302 Toll free headquarters #

Provides information, resources and support to issues          Meetings are Wednesdays 1:30 pm.
related to childbearing:                                       inquiries@recovery-inc.org
*Website provides resources, education                         www.recovery-inc.org
*Free Weekly Phone Chats - participation can be
anonymous, no need to register, the facilitators are           Provides:
licensed, mental health professionals, call 5 minutes          *Self-help mental health program




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before call begins                                             *Method to regain and maintain their mental health by
*Support coordinators provide telephone and email              learning techniques for handling trivial, everyday
support, information and access to resources and               situations
support groups. Visit website or call to find local            *Support groups
coordinators.                                                  *Program is designed to work in conjunction with
*Resources, training and education for women,                  professional mental health services. Many members
families and professionals                                     also belong to Twelve Step programs such as A.A.
*Helpline for referral to resources                            Recovery, Inc. is not affiliated with any religion or
                                                               belief system, and is operated entirely by non-
Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin                                  professionals.
Agency: Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin
1716 Fordem Avenue                                             Riveredge Nature Center
Madison, WI 53704                                              Agency: Riveredge Nature Center
(800) 244-5336 Information                                     4458 West Hawthorne Drive
(608) 256-3374 Information                                     PO Box 26
                                                               Newburg, WI 53060
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.                                          (800) 287-8098 Toll free #
mary.kleman@cssw.org                                           (262) 375-2715 Local #
www.preventchildabuse.org
                                                               Office hours Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm.
Provides:                                                      info@riveredge.us
*Information and resources about how to recognize              www.riveredge.us
and report child abuse in all its forms
*Circle of Parents™- a parent mutual self-help                 Provides a variety or programs and classes for
support program, works to prevent child abuse and              children and adults related to the environment and the
neglect by helping reduce isolation and build the self-        outdoors. The grounds are available for nature walks
esteem of parents. Call to find nearest group.                 and cross-country skiing.
*Fatherhood Project - training and technical
assistance to agencies to help them increase                   Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee
fatherhood involvement in their programs                       Agency: Rogers Memorial Hospital
                                                               11101 West Lincoln Avenue
Project Inform, Inc                                            Milwaukee, WI 53227
Agency: Project Inform, Inc                                    (800) 767-4411 Toll Free #
National HIV/AIDS Treatment Hotline                            (414) 327-3000 Intake Coordinator
Services provided by web and phone.                            (414) 327-3000 Information-Milwaukee
(800) 822-7422 Toll free helpline                              (262) 646-4411 Information-Oconomowoc
(415) 558-8669 Administration
                                                               Services available 24/7.
Mon-Fri 10 am-4 pm, PST.                                       www.rogershospital.org
support@projectinform.org
www.projectinform.org                                          Provides these services for comprehensive mental
                                                               health care for ages 8 to older adults:
National HIV/AIDS Treatment Hotline staffed by                 *Inpatient or acute care for severe psychiatric
volunteer operators and staff. Many involved with the          symptoms
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            *Partial hospitalization or day treatment - individual,        svdpozco@sbcglobal.net
            family and group therapy, school liaison services,             www.svdpusa.org
            medication management
            *Specialized residential treatment for: eating                 Call the Thrift Store to inquire about emergency
            disorders, chemical dependency, obsessive                      assistance. Do not go to the Thrift Store for
            compulsive disorder and child & adolescent mental              emergency assistance. Approval can be obtained by
            health concerns. In the case of a drug overdose -              the Store Manager. Provides these services through
            always go to your emergency room regardless of age.            the six operating Conferences:
                                                                           *Emergency food. For ongoing source of food, see
                                                                           "Food Pantries"
            Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc                            *Financial assistance for emergency shelter, rent,
            Agency: Rogers Memorial Hospital                               prescription drugs, utilities and transportation
            34700 Valley Road                                              *Appliances, clothing, furniture
            Oconomowoc, WI 53066                                           *Operates Thrift Store offering low-cost household
            (414) 327-3000 Information-Milwaukee                           items, furniture, clothing and many other items to the
            (800) 767-4411 Toll Free #                                     public. Donations are appreciated. Home pick-up is
            (262) 646-4411 Information-Oconomowoc                          available.
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            Call for hours.                                                Salvation Army Voucher Program
            info@rogershospital.org                                        Agency: Salvation Army World Service Office
            www.rogershospital.org                                         Christ the King Lutheran Church
                                                                           420 West Whitefish Road
            Provides these services for comprehensive mental               Port Washington, WI 53074
            health care for ages 8 to older adults:                        (262) 552-6802 Information
            *Inpatient or acute care for severe psychiatric
            symptoms                                                       Mon 2-6 pm, Wed 10 am-12 noon.
            *Partial hospitalization or day treatment - individual,        mwischki7@wi.rr.com
            family and group therapy, school liaison services,             www.samilwaukee.org
            medication management
            *Specialized residential treatment for: eating                 For eligible persons provides rent, utilities, mortgage
            disorders, chemical dependency, obsessive                      payment assistance and other financial assistance
            compulsive disorder and child & adolescent mental              including for medical bills, prescriptions, etc.
            health concerns. In the case of a drug overdose -
            always go to your emergency room regardless of age.            Salvation Army, The
                                                                           Agency: Salvation Army World Service Office
            Saint Mary's Catholic Church - Grief Support                   805 Ontario Avenue
            Agency: Saint Mary's Catholic Church                           Oostburg, WI 53070
            430 North Johnson Street                                       (262) 552-6802 Information
            Port Washington, WI 53074
            (262) 284-5771 St Mary's Catholic Church                       Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
            (920) 994-4651 Our Lady of the Lake                            jill_lemkuil@usc.salvationarmy.org
            (262) 375-6500 St Joseph Catholic Church                       www.samilwaukee.org

            Call for hours.                                                Provides:
            afministry@hotmail.com                                         *Toy distribution through Kapco Kids 2 Kids
                                                                           Christmas Toy Collection Event
            Three Catholic churches; St. Mary's of Port                    *Prison Toy Lift - toys for children of incarcerated
            Washington, Our Lady of the Lake of Random Lake                parents
            and St. Joseph's of Grafton, together provide a                *Disaster services offered with VOAD and Ozaukee
            general grief support group for Ozaukee County. The            County Emergency Management. Ozaukee schools
            program is faith based and open to anyone age 18               have applications for children to receive the toy
            and older grieving. 6 week sessions offered in spring          distribution. Prisons have applications for parents to
            and fall.                                                      apply for their children to receive toys. Disaster
                                                                           assistance managed through Ozaukee County
            Saint Vincent De Paul Society                                  Emergency Management.
            Agency: Saint Vincent De Paul Society
            2673 Hwy C                                                     San Francisco Suicide Prevention, Inc
            Port Washington, WI 53074                                      Agency: San Francisco Suicide Prevention, Inc
            (262) 284-4637 Information, Thrift Store                       Services provided by national
                                                                           toll free #.
            Mon-Sat 9 am-4 pm.                                             (800) 628-9240 National toll free #




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(415) 984-1900x103 Administration                                Emergency services available 24/7.
(415) 227-0245 TTY/TDD                                           www.saukvillefd.com

Mon-Fri 5 pm-5 am, PST. After hours answering                    Provides fire protection, rescue, elevated rescue, and
service available.                                               emergency medical services. Rescue services include
info@sfsuicide.org                                               extrications and an Elevated Rescue Team (ERT),
www.hivnightline.org                                             which specializes in high level rope and repelling
                                                                 rescues.
Provides HIV Nightline program:
*Trained Nightline volunteers listen to anyone with              SHARE of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc
HIV/AIDS who is coping with the daily stress of living           Agency: SHARE of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc
with a potentially fatal illness, as well as anyone who          Christ the King Church
is at risk of being infected                                     420 West Whitefish Road
*Support to family members, partners, caregivers, and            Port Washington, WI 53074
those who are grieving the loss of a loved one                   (262) 573-9930 Place an order
*Free, confidential emotional support is available               (800) 548-2124 Main office, place an order
every night




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                                                                 Office hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm.
Saukville - Senior Dining Center                                 info@sharewi.org
Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of                    www.sharewi.org
Ozaukee County
St Peter's United Church of Christ                               Provides SHARE Food Buying Club:
166 Dekora Street                                                *Food buying club, volunteer-run community based
Saukville, WI 53080                                              distribution system
(262) 284-8120 Reserve lunch                                     *Pick-up available at Port Washington distribution site
(262) 238-8120 Reserve lunch                                     *Good, nutritious food and products found in a
(262) 483-1207 Dining Center Coordinator                         grocery store at 30-50% savings
                                                                 *Choose food by shopping the website or use the
Serves lunch Thursdays.                                          paper order form. Products change monthly with
aging@co.ozaukee.wi.us                                           selection including frozen meats, fresh fruits,
www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging                                       vegetables, certified organic produce, family dinner
                                                                 packages for the holidays.
Provides a nutritious, low-cost lunch in a social setting        *No membership fees or volunteer time required
for anyone 60 and older and their spouse regardless              *People who join submit an order with payment for
of age. Reserve your lunch the day before by noon.               food and pick-up the food at their designated site and
Donation requested.                                              time

Saukville Farmers Market                                         Sheboygan County Sheriff Department
Agency: Saukville Community Development                          Agency: Sheboygan County Sheriff Department
Veterans Memorial Park                                           525 North 6th Street
200 East Green Bay Avenue                                        Sheboygan, WI 53081
Saukville, WI 53080                                              9-1-1 Emergency # within Sheboygan County
(262) 284-9423 Information                                       (920) 459-3112 Information

June through October, Sundays 9 am-1 pm.                         Crisis intervention provided 24/7.
Villagehall@village.saukville.wi.us                              www.sheboygansheriff.com
www.village.saukville.wi.us/CommunityDevelopment/I
ndex.htm                                                         Provides sheriff services for Sheboygan County
                                                                 including crisis intervention and emergency response.
Enjoy fresh farm produce, garden art, fresh bakery,
perennials, sauces, soap, syrup and more.                        Sister Warriors
                                                                 Agency: Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital- Ozaukee
Saukville Fire Department                                        Campus
Agency: Saukville Fire Department                                Columbia St. Mary's Hospital
520 West Dekora                                                  13111 North Port Washington Road
Saukville, WI 53080                                              Mequon, WI 53097
9-1-1            Emergency #                                     (262) 243-7478 Registration
(262) 284-5800 Non-emergency, Village of
Saukville                                                        Group meets the fourth Wednesday of the month,
(262) 675-6262 Non-emergency, Town of Saukville                  6:30-8 pm, at Saint Mary's Hospital - Ozaukee.
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            www.columbia-stmarys.org                                     Meets the third Monday of the month at 7 pm.
                                                                         lulusmom@wi.rr.com
            Breast cancer support group facilitated by a nurse.          www.pilgrimuccgrafton.org

            Slinger Housing Authority                                    Provides support group for anyone who has lost a
            Agency: Home Consortium, The                                 spouse or life partner:
            205 Slinger Road                                             *Not religious in content, an outlet for those
            Slinger, WI 53086                                            experiencing the stages of grief
            (262) 644-8255 Information                                   *A place to come together in friendship with others
                                                                         who can relate to the breadth of emotions
            Mon-Fri 9 am-4pm.
            slingerha@nconnect.net
            www.homeconsortium.com/                                      St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc
                                                                         Agency: St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc
            Provides:                                                    1511 Barton Avenue
            *Home Buyer Counseling - assists renters in their            West Bend, WI 53090
            efforts to become home owners. The HOME                      (800) 840-1880x348       Coordinator
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            Consortium contracts with agencies that provide              (414) 463-1880           Administration
            home buyer counseling. Services include:
              -credit awareness                                          Call for hours.
              -acquiring budget management skills                        sdaniel@st-al.org
              -learning about mortgage products and guidelines           www.st-al.org
              -selection of a property
              -post- purchase responsibilities of home ownership         Services are funded by the school districts on a case
              -monthly educational home buying seminars and              by case basis. Download a Referral Form for
            ongoing one-on-one counseling                                Ozaukee County from the website or request one by
              -counseling is required for all HOME Consortium            contacting Sara Daniel, Coordinator, by email.
            Down Payment Assistance loans                                Referral requests can be made by schools, parents or
            *Scenic View Apartments - rental apartments for low-         other professionals. Provides the School Based
            income families, elderly over age 50 and persons with        Services program:
            disabilities; rent determined by renter's income             *Prevention-focused community mental health
            *Created by the Village of Slinger to provide housing        program that helps students whose emotional or
            assistance to lower-income residents of the area             behavioral challenges are significantly impacting
                                                                         school performance; focus on early intervention to
            Sowing the Seeds of Hope                                     prevent students from needing to seek more costly
            Agency: Wisconsin Farm Center                                and intensive treatment outside their home school
            c/o Wisconsin Farm Center                                    district
            PO Box 8911                                                  *Assessment of each student's needs is completed
            Madison, WI 53708-8911                                       and integrated into the development of individualized
            (608) 224-5051 Administration                                treatment goals
            (800) 942-2474 Confidential, free Helpline                   *Individual and group therapy sessions take place
                                                                         weekly in the student's school
            Mon-Fri 7:45 am-4:30 pm.                                     *Family therapy is structured to support the student's
            center@datcp.state.wi.us                                     school success
            www.datcp.state.wi.us                                        *Teacher consultation and support to create
                                                                         interventions for student success in the classroom
            Provides funding for mental health counseling                *Consultation and staff development for schools
            services for farmers, agricultural workers and their
            families. Pays for up to five counseling sessions.           St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Dental Clinic
            Sliding scale usually available thereafter. Call for         Agency: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Dental Clinic
            details.                                                     1730 South 13th Street
                                                                         Milwaukee, WI 53204
            Spousal Loss Support Group                                   (414) 383-3220 Information
            Agency: Pilgrim United Church of Christ                      (414) 383-3363 Fax
            Pilgrim United Church of Christ
            1621 Second Avenue                                           Clinic Mon-Fri 7:30 am-4 pm. Urgent Care Mon-Fri
            Grafton, WI 53024                                            7:30-8:30 am for the first 10 people. Registration at
            (262) 375-1724 Facilitator, Cory                             7:30 am.
            (262) 284-2701 Facilitator, Cynthia                          www.columbia-
            (262) 377-2640 Administration                                stmarys.org/OPage.asp?PageID=OTH000227#




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Provides emergency dental care. Swelling and                    info@mhawisconsin.org
bleeding situations are given priority. Urgent care             www.mhawisconsin.org
patients should register in-person at the clinic at 7:30
am for a drawing to determine treatment time that               Provides support group for families and friends of
day. Bring picture ID, proof of current address and             suicide victims.
income.
                                                                Tele-Grocers
                                                                Agency: Tele-Grocers
Starting Point of Ozaukee                                       303 Whitney Road
Agency: Starting Point of Ozaukee                               Lake Zurich, IL 60047
101 Falls Road                                                  (888) 902-7467 Order groceries toll free
Suite 402                                                       (847) 726-1481 Order groceries
Grafton, WI 53024
(262) 375-1110 Info & Party Alert                               Mon-Fri 11 am-5 pm.
(262) 284-3144 Info & Party Alert                               bsocki@telegrocers.com
                                                                www.telegrocers.com
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start@startingpointoz.org                                       Provides telephone access to grocery delivery
www.startingpointoz.org                                         company, PeaPod, for home delivery of groceries.
                                                                No computer is required. Groceries are usually
Provides the following programs and services:                   delivered within 2 days. No contracts are required.
*School Based Prevention, Education and                         Customers telephone their grocery order to the toll
Intervention for 1st through 12th grades:                       free #. Customers provide either a debit or credit card
   -information and options not found elsewhere in the          for payment. Tele-Grocers charges $7.50 on orders
county for school districts                                     up to $100; $8.50 on orders $100-$200, $11 on
   -evidenced based programs target gateway drug                orders $200-$300. PeaPod charges an additional
use by giving students skills and knowledge to choose           $9.95 on orders $60-$75, $7.95 on orders $75-$100,
a drug-free lifestyle                                           $6.95 on orders over $100. The minimum order is
   -supports groups for students at-risk for drug               $60.
problems
   - LEAD - Leading Exceptional Alcohol & Drug-free             Thanksgiving Dinner Program
lives; countywide high school network                           Agency: Trinity Lutheran Church
   -curriculum/program development, faculty in-                 Trinity Lutheran Church
services, and resource materials                                N60 W6047 Columbia Road
*Community Based Prevention, Education and                      Cedarburg, WI 53012
Intervention:                                                   (262) 377-0610 Information
   -Positive Parent Involvement - (PPI) countywide
network designed to educate, motivate and mobilize              Served Thanksgiving Day at noon.
parents                                                         www.trinitycedarburg.org/
   -Red Ribbon Drug Awareness Campaign - drug-
free lifestyle for youth                                        A free complete Thanksgiving meal provided to the
   -coalition of representatives from key organizations,        community by the church. The free tickets are
focus on developing comprehensive, unified response             available at Cedarburg Senior Center, Grafton Senior
to drug and alcohol issues                                      Center and Piggly Wiggly - Cedarburg.
   -assessments designed to examine an underage
individual's alcohol and/or drug use                            Thanksgiving Meal Site
   -compassionate family interventions                          Agency: Cedarburg Senior Center
   -referral services and resources for self-help groups        Webster Middle School
   -countywide Drug Awareness Nights                            W75 N624 Wauwatosa Road
   -newsletter "County Lines" and media campaigns               Cedarburg, WI 53012
   -Party Alert - anonymous hotline for stopping at-risk        (262) 375-7644 Information
behavior
                                                                The meal is served the Sunday before Thanksgiving
Survivors Helping Survivors                                     at 5 pm.
Agency: Mental Health America of Wisconsin                      clafontaine@ci.cedarburg.wi.us
Tri-City National Bank                                          www.ci.cedarburg.wi.us
4295 West Bradley Road
Brown Deer, WI 53223                                            Location of annual Thanksgiving Meal open to anyone
(414) 545-8786 Information, Joan                                in the community who purchases a ticket beforehand.
(414) 276-3122 Information                                      Tickets available from the Cedarburg Senior Center
                                                                for $4 each.
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                                                                             Mon-Thurs 7:30 am-6 pm, Fri 7:30 am-9 pm, Sat 8
            Thiensville - Senior Dining Center                               am-6 pm, Sun 8 am-2 pm.
            Agency: Aging & Disability Resource Center of                    joyceb@nhnet.net
            Ozaukee County                                                   www.ci.port-washington.wi.us/TransPORT.htm
            Fire Department Training Center
            250 Elm Street (rear door)                                       Taxi service which is restricted to within a two mile
            Thiensville, WI 53092                                            radius from Port Washington.
            (262) 238-8120 Reserve lunch
            (262) 284-8120 Reserve lunch                                     Twenty Four Hour Club, The
                                                                             Agency:Twenty Four Hour Club, The
            Serves lunch Mondays and Wednesdays.                             153 Green Bay Road
            aging@co.ozaukee.wi.us                                           Thiensville, WI 53092
            www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/aging                                       (262) 242-9999 Information

            Provides a nutritious, low-cost lunch in a social setting        Several meetings available weekly. Check website or
            for anyone 60 and older and their spouse regardless              call for times.
            of age. Reserve your lunch the day before by noon.               www.24hourclub.org
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            Donation requested.
                                                                             Provides:
            Thiensville Farmers Market                                       *Fellowship for recovering alcoholics, chemically
            Agency: Thiensville Business Association                         dependent persons, and their families to share
            South of Walgreens, corner of Main                               common problems and to help each other and other
            Street and Freistadt Road                                        alcoholics and chemically dependent individuals
            Thiensville, WI 53092                                            toward recovery.
            (262) 512-9358 Information                                       *Meetings for AA, Alanon, NA, ACOA-Adults and also
                                                                             sponsors social events. Each group is autonomous
            July through October, Tuesdays 8 am-6 pm.                        but adheres to the Twelve Step program and
            advertising@suburbanharley.com                                   traditions of its parent organization.

            Enjoy fresh, locally grown produce.                              U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban
                                                                             Development
            Thiensville Police Department                                    Agency: U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban
            Agency: Thiensville Police Department                            Development
            250 Elm Street                                                   310 West Wisconsin Avenue
            Thiensville, WI 53092                                            Suite 1380
            9-1-1             Emergency #                                    Milwaukee, WI 53203-2289
            (262) 242-2100 Non-emergency #                                   (888) 995-4673 HOPE hotline
                                                                             (414) 297-1423 TTY
            Emergency services available 24/7.                               (202) 708-1112 Federal #
            www.village.thiensville.wi.us                                    (414) 297-3214 Administration

            Provides police services.                                        Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
                                                                             wiwebmanager@hud.gov
            Thiensville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc                       http://www.hud.gov/
            Agency: Thiensville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc
            250 Elm Street                                                   Provides:
            Thiensville, WI 53092                                            *Homeowner's HOPE Hotline, (888) 995-4673, - free
            9-1-1             Emergency #                                    foreclosure counseling; www.hopenow.com/
            (262) 242-3393 Non-emergency #                                   *HOPE for Homeowners program will refinance
                                                                             mortgages for borrowers who are having difficulty
            Emergency services available 24/7.                               making their payments, but can afford a new loan
                                                                             insured by HUD's Federal Housing Administration
            Provides fire and rescue services.                               (FHA). Call (800) 225-5342 for more information;
                                                                             www.hud.gov/hopeforhomeowners/
                                                                             *Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) program
            TransPORT Taxi Service
                                                                             enables older homeowners to withdraw some of the
            Agency: TransPORT Taxi Service
                                                                             equity in their home in the form of monthly payments
            3900 Hwy KW
                                                                             for life or a fixed term, or in a lump sum, or through a
            Port Washington, WI 53074
                                                                             line of credit. In addition, the HECM mortgage can be
            (262) 284-0090 Information
                                                                             used to purchase a primary home when the borrower
            (262) 284-0199 Hearing impaired assistance
                                                                             is 62 years of age or older and is able to use cash in
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mortgage and the sale price plus closing costs for the           -access to online databases
property. Provides advice to consumers regarding:                -reference services of the reference librarian
*Buying a home                                                 *Career-related Support Group led by an Adult
*Renting a home                                                Education Program Coordinator, and Empowerment
*Loan defaults                                                 and Life Coach providing:
*Credit issues                                                   -career advising
*Reverse mortgages                                               -needs assessment and work readiness
*Finding a HUD approved:                                         -assistance with cover letters and resumes
  -lender                                                        -practice interviewing
  -housing counselor                                             -provides one-on-one coaching
  -buy a HUD home                                                -discussion of dislocation issues
*File a housing discrimination complaint                         -free haircut available for participants first interview
*Information about public housing
*For homeowners with loans owned or guaranteed by
Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac - self-assessment tools              United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern
and calculators to determine whether they might be             Wisconsin, Inc
eligible for a modification or to refinance under a            Agency: United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern
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                                                               Wisconsin, Inc
                                                               7519 West Oklahoma Avenue
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity                              Milwaukee, WI 53219
Commission (EEOC)                                              (414) 329-4500 Information
Agency: U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity                      (414) 329-4511 TTY
Commission (EEOC)
310 West Wisconsin Avenue                                      Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.
Suite 800                                                      info@ucpsew.org
Milwaukee, WI 53203                                            www.ucpsew.org
(800) 669-4000 Toll free #
(800) 669-6820 TTY                                             Provides:
                                                               *Respite care, apply through county
Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.                                          *Parent education in estate planning, financial
info@eeoc.gov                                                  planning, and IRIS, the self-directed publicly funded,
www.eeoc.gov/milwaukee/index.html                              community-based, long-term care supports and
                                                               services
Enforces the Civil Rights Act which prohibits                  *Information and referral to disability related
discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or         resources
national origin. Enforces the Age Discrimination in            *Computer training available for employment
Employment Act, the Equal Pay Act, Section 501 of              readiness, apply through county. Call the agency for
the Rehabilitation Act (prohibits discrimination based         details of services available, resources information
on disabilities). Investigates charges, attempts to            and to register for the parent education sessions.
persuade employers to voluntarily eliminate/remedy             Apply to the County Dept. of Human Services to
the discrimination, and considers cases for litigation.        receive services.

U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library                         United Way 2-1-1 (Dane County)
Agency: U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library                 Agency:United Way of Dane County Inc
1620 11th Avenue                                               PO Box 7548
Grafton, WI 53024                                              Madison, WI 53707-7548
(262) 375-5315 Information                                     2-1-1 Information
                                                               (608) 246-4357 Information
Library services Mon-Thurs 10 am-8 pm, Fri 10 am-5
pm, Sat 10 am-2 pm. Career Support Group                       Services available 24/7.
Saturdays 10:15 am-12 noon.                                    unitedway2-1-1@uwdc.org
grafton@esls.lib.wi.us                                         www.unitedwaydanecounty.org/2-1-1
www.grafton.lib.wi.us
                                                               Comprehensive information and referral of human
Provides these services:                                       services for Dane County.
*Library Services
  -EasiCat - One list available online,                        United Way Fox Cities
www.easicat.net, of all the items owned by the                 Agency: United Way Fox Cities
bookmobile, the 13 public libraries in Ozaukee and             1455 Midway Road
Sheboygan Counties, and Lakeland College. You                  Menasha, WI 54952
can check out items and return them at any of the              2-1-1 I&R #
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            (800) 924-5514    I&R #                                         (262) 238-8100    Metro Fax
            (920) 954-7210    Administration
                                                                            Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.
            Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.                                              daniel.oneil@ces.uwex.edu
            www.unitedwayfoxcities.org                                      www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/uwex

            Provides a comprehensive information service that is            Provides:
            designed to assist all segments of the general                  *Community Development - process of helping a
            population of the Fox Cities area.                              community strengthen itself and develop towards its
                                                                            full potential, engaging the community by giving
            United Way of North Rock County                                 access to resources and information and by showing
            Agency: United Way of North Rock County                         how to access and use those resources, the building
            Services provided by telephone and                              of a community through education, communication
            website.                                                        and supporting existing assets. Contact Nicole Sidoff.
            (608) 752-3100 Information                                      *Agriculture & Natural Resources services in these
            (608) 757-3051 Administration                                   areas:
                                                                              -agricultural engineering
                                                                              -dairy production
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            Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm. Answering machine after hours
            with crisis hours.                                                -meat animal production
            bwien@uwnrc.org                                                   -soil fertility management
            www.firstcallrock.com                                             -farm financial management
                                                                              -pesticide applicator training
            Provides information and referral for Rock County and             -crop production
            the Stateline Area.                                               -tractor safety certification for youth
                                                                            *Recycling - tires, medications; call for specific
            UW Center for Tobacco Research and                              information
                                                                            *Family Living Programs, contact Carol Bralich:
            Intervention
                                                                              -Child Care Providers Program
            Agency: UW Center for Tobacco Research and
                                                                              -Consumer Resource Management
            Intervention
                                                                              -Family Financial Management classes
            1930 Monroe
                                                                              -Food Safety, Preservation and Nutrition
            Suite 200
                                                                              -Food Science Links
            Madison, WI 53711
                                                                              -Home & Community Education Association
            (608) 262-8673 Information
                                                                              -Household Environmental Education
            (800) 784-8669 Quit Line toll free #
                                                                              -Parenting Education
            (877) 266-3863 Spanish toll free #
                                                                              -Financial Coaching Program - free educational
                                                                            program by trained volunteers, establish a budget,
            Mon-Sun 7-2 am or leave a message and you'll be
                                                                            credit card debt, saving for a home or college. All
            called within two business days.
                                                                            confidential.
            quitline@ctri.medincine.wisc.edu
                                                                              -Get Checking - opening, managing and other
            www.wiquitline.org
                                                                            aspects of a checking account
                                                                              -High School Financial Planning Program -
            Provides Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line Program:
                                                                            introduction to critical financial concepts
            *Speak with a quitting coach - who will help you make
                                                                            *Master Gardeners Program - trained volunteers help
            a plan for successful quitting. A starter kit with quit-
                                                                            people better understand horticulture and their
            smoking medication will be mailed to you. Other
                                                                            environment
            programs include:
            *Operation Quit Tobacco Helps Troops, Vets
            *Quit Line services for smokers age 13-24                       Veterans Industries
            *Community guide to Quit-Tobacco Programs                       Agency: U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
            *Quit Line details for smokers and chewers                      Zablocki VA Medical Center
                                                                            5000 West National Avenue
                                                                            Milwaukee, WI 53295
            UW Extension Cooperative Extension
                                                                            (414) 384-2000x46927 Information
            Ozaukee County-
            Agency: UW Extension Cooperative Extension                      Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
            Ozaukee County                                                  www.cwt.va.gov
            121 West Main Street
            PO Box 994                                                      Matches and supports work ready veterans in
            Port Washington, WI 53074                                       competitive jobs, and to consult with business and
            (262) 284-8288 Local Offices                                    industry regarding their specific employment needs.
            (262) 238-8288 Metro Line                                       Provides for veterans:
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*Job matching and employment supports                           Call for hours and locations of local meetings.
*Vocational Case Management                                     Helpline available 24/7.
*Work site and job analysis                                     communications@vva.org
*Consultation regarding assistive technology                    www.vva.org/index.html
*Reasonable accommodation
*Guidance in addressing ADA regulations compliance              Local chapters of Vietnam Veterans meet regularly.
                                                                Call for locations and times. Services:
Veterans Service Office                                         *24/7 emotional crisis toll free line
Agency: Veterans Service Office                                 *Aggressively advocate on issues important to
1201 South Spring Street                                        veterans
Port Washington, WI 53074                                       *Seek full access to quality health care for veterans
(262) 238-8326 Metro Information                                *Identify the full range of disabling injuries and
(262) 284-8326 Local Information                                illnesses incurred during military service
                                                                *Hold government agencies accountable for following
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.                                           laws mandating veterans health care
kbrown@co.ozaukee.wi.us                                         *Create a positive public perception of Vietnam
www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/./departments/Veterans/Index.              veterans
                                                                *Seek the fullest possible accounting of America's




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html
                                                                POW/MIAs
Provides:                                                       *Support the next generation of America's war
*Assistance to veterans and dependents in applying              veterans
for federal, state and county benefits                          *Serve our communities
*Enroll eligible veterans in loan, grant and medical
care programs                                                   Village of Grafton Police Department
*Out-of-County transportation for veterans going to             Agency: Village of Grafton Police Department
the Veterans Hospital who are wheelchair bound and              1981 Washington Street
not on Title 19                                                 Grafton, WI 53024
                                                                9-1-1            Emergency #
Victim Witness Unit                                             (262) 375-5320 Information
Agency: Victim Witness Unit
The Justice Center                                              Emergency and crisis services available 24/7.
Room 215                                                        cwenten@village.grafton.wi.us
1201 South Spring Street                                        www.village.grafton.wi.us/police.htm
Port Washington, WI 53074
(262) 238-8387 Information                                      Provides:
(262) 284-8387 Information                                      *Crisis and emergency response services
                                                                *CrimeReports service - citizens can sign-up for email
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm.                                           alerts when crime occurs near a specified address or
beth.hodorowski@da.wi.gov                                       visit the website, www.CrimeReports.com
www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/departments/VictimWitnessCo                *Hunter Safety Course
ordinator.htm                                                   *Safety Town for children starting kindergarten
                                                                *Crime Prevention-Home security surveys,
Provides the Victim Witness Assistance Program: If              neighborhood watch, business watch, operation ID,
you are a victim or a witness of a crime, you are               and seat belt challenge are some of the programs
entitled to certain rights and services which are               offered
coordinated by this program. Call for a complete list of        *Bicycle Licenses-all bicycle are required to be
your rights or for further information. You may be able         licensed
to access information about your case by viewing the            *Solicitor Licenses
records of circuit courts at                                    *Vehicle Registration
www.ccap.courts.state.wi.us or by calling the
information numbers.
                                                                Village of Saukville Police Department
                                                                Agency: Village of Saukville Police Department
Vietnam Veterans of America                                     639 East Green Bay Avenue
Agency: Vietnam Veterans of America                             Saukville, WI 53080
Call or check website for locations                             9-1-1            Emergency #
and times of local chapter meetings                             (262) 284-0444 Non-emergency #
(800) 273-8255 Veteran emotional crisis line
(800) 882-1316 Toll free #                                      Emergency and crisis services available 24/7. Motor
(301) 585-4000 Information                                      vehicle services Mon-Fri 8 am-12 noon and 1-7 pm.
                                                                Villagehall@village.saukville.wi.us
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                                                                           *Recycling of computers, monitors, TVs and cell
            Provides:                                                      phones for a limited time every April. Program
            *Crisis intervention and emergency response                    prevents these items from going into landfills and the
            *Motor Vehicle forms                                           small fee charged per item covers costs. Fees range
            *Salvage vehicle inspection by appointment                     from $2 - $25 depending upon item.
            *Public Nuisances - call police non-emergency # for a
            nuisance matter or fire hazard. 911 should only be             Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
            dialed for ambulance, police or fire emergencies. For          Agency: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
            a building in dangerous repair, trash, uncut weeds,            Port Washington Senior Center
            debris, unsafe environmental conditions, etc., call the        102 East Pier Street
            Village Municipal Center at 284-9423.                          Port Washington, WI 53074
            *Recycles rechargeable batteries and cell phones               (800) 829-1040 Toll free #

                                                                           February through mid-April, 9 am-2 pm.
            VIP Group
            Agency: VIP Group                                              Offers free tax help to low- to moderate-income
            Frank L. Weyenberg Library                                     (generally, $54,000 and below) people who cannot
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            11345 North Cedarburg Road                                     prepare their own tax returns. Certified volunteers
            Mequon, WI 53092                                               sponsored by various organizations receive training to
            (262) 242-2248 Information                                     help prepare basic tax returns. Sites are generally
                                                                           located at community and senior centers, libraries,
            Meetings are last Monday of month,10:30 am-12:30               schools and other convenient locations. Most
            pm.                                                            locations also offer free electronic filing.

            Provides VIP (Visually Impaired Persons) Group:                W.J. Niederkorn Library
            *Support group for blind and visually impaired                 Agency:W.J. Niederkorn Library
            persons                                                        316 West Grand Avenue
            *Learn information and techniques related to coping            Port Washington, WI 53074
            with visual impairment                                         (262) 284-5031 Information
            *Monthly speakers
            *Share and have fun                                            Summer hours Mon-Thurs 9 am-8 pm, Fri 9 am-6 pm,
            *Transportation available from Ozaukee Family                  Sat 9 am-1 pm. Winter hours Mon-Thurs 9 am-8 pm,
            Services, 262-376-7774                                         Fri 9 am-6 pm, Sat 9 am-4 pm, Sun 1-4 pm.
                                                                           dnimmer@esls.lib.wi.us
            Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County                             www.portwashington.lib.wi.us
            Agency: Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County
            885 Badger Circle                                              Provides library services and in addition the following
            Grafton, WI 53024                                              services:
            (262) 377-1616 Information                                     *EasiCat - One list available online,
                                                                           http://www.easicat.net, of all the items owned by the
            Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm.                                             bookmobile, the 13 public libraries in Ozaukee and
            vcozaukee@yahoo.com                                            Sheboygan Counties, and Lakeland College. You
            www.volunteerozaukee.org                                       can check out items and return them at any of the
                                                                           EasiCat libraries
            Provides these programs and services:                          *Access to online databases
            *EVP's Employee Volunteer Programs - resources                 *Reference services of the Reference Librarian and
            for companies' employee volunteer programs                     online national reference librarian services
            *Youth Outreach - resources for the school,
            strengthen our connections to see that volunteerism            Warmline Inc
            and community spirit as a part of K-12 education               Agency: Warmline Inc
            *Boomerang - encourage people 55+ years old to                 9455 Watertown Plank Road
            volunteer                                                      Wauwatosa, WI 53226
            *Clearinghouse Collections - monthly collection                (414) 777-4729 Warmline
            calendar of donated items for nonprofit agencies in            (414) 257-5775 Administration
            the community, help individuals and groups set up
            drives as well as offer advertising, promotional and           Mon-Wed, Fri-Sun 7-11pm.
            advisory support for these drives                              macht66@yahoo.com
            *CHAP Community Hours Advocacy Program -
            conduit between the Court system, court ordered                Provides a non-crisis support line run by and for
            community hour recipients and area nonprofit                   persons with mental illness. Calls are limited to
            agencies, timely reporting of court ordered hours              fifteen minutes. Callers are welcome to call back one
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hour after they have completed their call. There is no
caller ID and all calls are confidential.                     Provides a Wisconsin Cancer and Chronic Disease
                                                              Drug Repository site. Patients and their families can
                                                              donate unused and unopened medications. The
                                                              medications are then available to anyone with a
Washington County Sheriff Department                          doctor's prescription. A list of all participating
                                                              pharmacies is available on the website.
Agency: Washington County Sheriff Department
500 North Schmidt Road
West Bend, WI 53095                                           Wheelchair Recycling Program
9-1-1           Emergency #                                   Agency: Wheelchair Recycling Program, Limited
(262) 335-4378 Administration                                 3540 North 126th Street, Unit F
                                                              Brookfield, WI 53005
Crisis and emergency services available 24/7.                 (262) 439-8248 Information
Administration hours Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.                    (262) 439-8130 Fax
webshe@co.washington.wi.us
www.co.washington.wi.us                                       Mon-Fri 10 am-3 pm.
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Sheriff services for Washington County.                       www.wrp.org

Waubeka Volunteer Fire Department                             Provides low cost, refurbished mobility and medical
Agency: Waubeka Volunteer Fire Department                     equipment to those who cannot buy new equipment.
                                                              Equipment is low cost or no cost depending upon
W4114 River Street
                                                              circumstances. Payment plan or two no-interest loan
Waubeka, WI 53021
                                                              options also available. Many types of medical
9-1-1           Emergency #
                                                              equipment available including:
(262) 692-2656 Non-emergency #
                                                              *Canes, crutches, gait walkers, rollators
(262) 692-2061 Fax
                                                              *Commodes, bath stools and chairs, raised toilet
                                                              seats, grab bars
Emergency services available 24/7.
                                                              *Manual and electric wheelchairs, scooters
Chief@waubekafiredept.com
                                                              *Hospital beds
www.waubekafiredept.com
                                                              *Patient lifts, liftchairs, transfer benches
Provides fire services and also has an Emergency
Medical Service (EMS) squad.                                  Wis Board for People with Developmental
                                                              Disabilities
Waukesha County Sheriff Department                            Agency: Wis Board for People with Developmental
Agency: Waukesha County Sheriff Department                    Disabilities
515 West Moreland Boulevard                                   201 West Washington Avenue
PO Box 1488                                                   Suite 110
Waukesha, WI 53187-1488                                       Madison, WI 53703
9-1-1           Emergency in county
(262) 446-5070 Non-emergency #                                (888) 332-1677    Toll free #
(262) 548-7126 Administration                                 (608) 266-6660    TTY/TDD
                                                              (608) 266-7826    Voice information
Crisis and emergency services available 24/7.                 (608) 267-3906    Fax
Administration hours Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
sheriff@waukeshacounty.gov                                    Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
www.waukeshacounty.gov/page.aspx?SetupMetaId=                 bpddhelp@wi-bpdd.org
9824&id=10570                                                 www.wi-bpdd.org

Sheriff services for Waukesha County.                         Advocates on behalf of individuals with developmental
                                                              disabilities and improves the disability service system.
                                                              Serves persons age 18 and older.
Wheaton Franciscan Pharmacy
Agency: Wisconsin Department of Health Services
5000 West Chambers Street                                     Wisconsin Branch-International Dyslexia
Milwaukee, WI 53210                                           Association
(414) 447-2585 Information                                    Agency: Wisconsin Branch-International Dyslexia
                                                              Association
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm, Sat 8 am-4:30 pm.                       PO Box 284
dhswebmaildqa@wisconsin.gov                                   Baraboo, WI 53913
www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/bqaconsumer/cancerdrugrep               (608) 355-0911 Information
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            24/7 phone answering system.                                    counseling
            WIBIDA@gmail.com                                                *Victim of Child/Adolescent Sexual Abuse
            www.wibida.org                                                  *Specific services for children/teens related to school
                                                                            problems, academic and behavioral. Provides
            Provides the following services. There is a                     child/adolescent psychiatry and ADD/ADHD
            membership fee.                                                 evaluations.
            *Information and referral to resources concerning               *Domestic Violence Assessment
            dyslexia                                                        *Pain Management Reduction Program
            *Advice for job searching                                       *Psychiatric evaluation
            *For parents of children with dyslexia:                         *Medication management
              -tutors, training                                             *Divorce counseling and mediation
              -testing services                                             *Life-Coaching
              -support groups                                               *Sports Counseling
                                                                            *Addictions:
                                                                              -intensive outpatient alcohol/drug programming
            Wisconsin Chronic Fatigue Syndrome                                -opiate and alternative to methadone treatment
            Association, Inc                                                program
                                                                              -AODA group therapy
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            Agency: Wisconsin Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
            Association, Inc                                                  -Buprenorphine and Suboxone treatment
            747 Lois Drive                                                    -Opioid dependence
            Sun Prairie, WI 53590                                           *Crisis Management Consultation
            (608) 834-1001 Information                                      *Psychological Testing-All Ages
            (608) 834-0778 Theresa Ulrich                                   *Sexual Identity Issues
            (608) 837-9540 Patricia Fero                                    *Hypnosis
                                                                            *Criminal Defense Advocacy Support Program
            No set hours. Answering machine available. Calls                *Psychodynamic Counseling
            returned within a couple days.                                  *Alternative Holistic Counseling
            wicfsme@yahoo.com                                               *Deferred Prosecution Counseling
            www.wicfs-me.org                                                *NGI Evaluation
                                                                            *OWI/DUI Defense
            Provides the following services. There is a $25                 *Criminal Law & Defense Evaluations
            annual membership fee which can be waived for                   *Geriatric Assessment
            financial hardship.                                             *Emergency Outpatient Treatment-24 hours
            *Information distribution, newsletter, medical articles,        Consultation
            video tapes, DVD's
            *Support groups, support contacts throughout the                Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually
            state, advocacy, and referrals                                  Impaired Inc
            *Yearly fall seminar with speakers                              Agency: Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually
            *Ongoing clinic development project for those                   Impaired Inc
            disabled with neurological disorders through PANDA-             754 Williamson Street
            Patient Alliance for Neurological Disorders                     Madison, WI 53703
            Assistance, see www.panda-clinic.com                            (800) 783-5213 Toll free helpline
            *Will send out free information package                         (608) 237-8100 Sharper Vision Store
                                                                            (608) 255-1166 Administration
            Wisconsin Community Mental Health
            Counseling Centers, Inc                                         Sharper Vision Store Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
            Agency: Wisconsin Community Mental Health                       info@wcblind.org
            Counseling Centers                                              www.wcblind.org
            10922 Cedarburg Road
            Mequon, WI 53092                                                Provides:
            (262) 242-3810 Administration                                   *Free White Canes
                                                                            *Low Vision and Orientation & Mobility Services
            Mon-Fri 9 am-6 pm. Appointments available on                    *Rehabilitation Teaching to encourage independence
            Saturdays and Sundays.                                          *Scholarships
            wcmhcc@execpc.com                                               *Speakers Bureau, the latest technology news
            www.communitymhccenters.com                                     *Sharper Vision Store - assistive living devices that
                                                                            can help with daily activities
            Programs provide comprehensive and confidential
            treatment for a wide variety of mental health and
            chemical dependency concerns and in addition:
            *Veterans/War-Coming Home Program and veterans




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Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling                            Claim specialists available Mon-Fri 7am-5:30 pm, Sat
Agency: Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling                    7:30 am-12 noon. Online and automated telephone
Services provided by telephone                                   initial claim systems Mon-Fri 6 am-4 pm.
helpline.                                                        www.ucclaim-wi.org
(800) 426-2535 Toll free helpline
(920) 437-8888 Information                                       Provides online and telephone application for
                                                                 Wisconsin unemployment insurance. To file an
24/7 helpline.                                                   unemployment claim, you need your social security
wcpgamble5@new.rr.com                                            number, your Wisconsin driver's license number, if
www.wi-problemgamblers.org                                       you have one and a personal identification number
                                                                 (PIN).
Provides:
*Referral to support groups such as Gamblers                     Wisconsin Family Ties, Inc
Anonymous and Gam-Anon                                           Agency: Wisconsin Family Ties, Inc
*Treatment providers and in-patient programs                     16 North Carroll Street
referrals                                                        Suite 230
*Crisis center referrals                                         Madison, WI 53703




                                                                                                                            DIRECTORY
*Information to find community resources                         (800) 422-7145 Parents helpline
*Training for counselors who work with gamblers                  (608) 267-6888 Information

                                                                 Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation                          info@wifamilyties.org
Agency: Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation                  www.wifamilyties.org
PO Box 14173
West Allis, WI 53214                                             Provides help to families with children and
(888) 338-6852 Toll Free #                                       adolescents with mental health problems:
(866) 812-9840 Toll Free #                                       *Family Advocates team with you and professionals to
(414) 755-4188 Administration-Julie Wilk                         help you clarify options and understand your rights
(414) 755-4190 Administration                                    *Strengthen families participation in their IEP planning
                                                                 process and meet their children's mental health needs
The website and voice mail are available 24/7 for                *Advocates on the statewide level to build awareness
applications. Office hours are Mon, Tues, Thurs 8 am-            of what families need
4:30 pm.                                                         *Support Groups
www.wda.org/categories/15-wda-foundation                         *Information and Referral- on laws, school issues,
                                                                 behavioral and emotional disorders, and other
Donated Dental Services (DDS) is a program directed              resources
to those people who are unable to afford needed                  *Toll-free help line for families
dental care because of a limited income which is
clearly linked to a permanent disability, chronic illness        Wisconsin Farm Center-
or advanced age (65 and over). The dental                        Agency: Wisconsin Farm Center
treatments provided do not include cleaning and                  2811 Agriculture Drive
check-up or emergency care. Once someone's                       Madison, WI 53718-6777
treatment is completed, they may not apply again. Fill-          (608) 224-5012 Administration
out an application acquired either through the website           (800) 942-2474 Toll free helpline
or by leaving a voice message that clearly states your
complete name and address. After the wait period,                Mon-Fri 7:45 am-4:30 pm.
someone will telephone to conduct a telephone                    farmcenter@wisconsin.gov
interview.                                                       www.datcp.state.wi.us/mktg/agriculture/farm-
                                                                 center/info-outreach/index.jsp

Wisconsin Department of Workforce                                Provides programs, information and services to
Development                                                      farmers, ranchers and agribusinesses including:
Agency: Wisconsin Department of Workforce                        *Financial counseling
Development                                                      *Farm mediation
201 East Washington Avenue                                       *Stray voltage program
Madison, WI 53703                                                *Legal information, lawyer referral
(800) 822-5246 Claim application                                 *Vocational career transitioning
(414) 438-7700 Milwaukee area                                    *Drought preparedness
(888) 393-8914 TTY                                               *Agriculture
(608) 266-3131 Administration                                    *Beginning farming




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            Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of                     (608) 775-4766    Business Line
            Insurance
            Agency: Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of             Services available 24/7.
            Insurance                                                   WisPubHealth@mch-hotlines.org
            125 South Webster Street                                    www.mch-hotlines.org
            Madison, WI 53703-3474
            (800) 236-8517 Toll free #                                  Provides:
            (608) 266-3585 Information Madison #                        *Hotline for women, children, and families -
            7-1-1           TTY/TDD, 608-266-3586                       information and linkages to public programs that
                                                                        serve pregnant women and children, publishes an
            Mon-Fri 7:45 am-4:30 pm.                                    annual resource directory that can be distributed to
            ociinformation@wisconsin.gov                                women on request
            www.oci.wi.gov                                              *Wisconsin Maternal And Child Health (MCH) Hotline
                                                                        - information and linkages to services relating to
            OCI performs a variety of tasks to protect insurance        pregnant women and children in the following
            consumers and ensure a competitive insurance                program areas:
            environment. OCI's major functions include:                    -WIC
                                                                           -Healthy Start
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            *Reviewing insurance policies that are sold in
            Wisconsin to make sure they meet the requirements              -BadgerCare
            set forth in Wisconsin law                                     -HealthCheck
            *Issuing licenses to the various parties involved in           -Prenatal Care Coordination
            selling and marketing insurance products                       -Presumptive Eligibility
            *Assisting insurance consumers with their insurance            -Children and Youth With Special Health Care
            problems                                                    Needs (CYSHCN)
            *Creating and distributing public information and              -Family Planning
            consumer education pieces to educate people about              -Wisconsin Well Woman Program
            insurance                                                      -Also serves professionals who are seeking
                                                                        referrals for their clients
            Wisconsin Poison Center                                     *Wisconsin First Step - information and referral hotline
            Agency: Wisconsin Poison Center                             about the needs of children and adolescents age birth
                                                                        to age 21 with special needs. Direct referrals are
            Provides services by telephone with
            more information available online.                          provided to Birth to 3 Programs, and Regional
            (800) 222-1222 Wisconsin hotline                            Children and Youth With Special Health Care Needs
            (414) 266-2630 Administration                               (CYSHCN) Centers across the State of Wisconsin.
                                                                           -Support services needed to ensure a successful
            (414) 266-2542 TTY
                                                                        transition into adulthood for children with special
            24/7 hotline.                                               needs, helps families and professionals find available
            csmith@chw.org                                              services for adolescents and young adults. Parent
                                                                        Specialists provide information on mental health
            www.wisconsinpoison.org
                                                                        resources, special education, learning disabilities,
            Provides:                                                   transition services, employment, centers for
            *Anyone having had direct contact with a known or           independent living and more.
                                                                        *Resource House - database of over 4,200 local,
            potential poison can receive immediate advice on
                                                                        regional, statewide, and national agencies and
            what steps to take to prevent injury from that
            exposure, available 24/7                                    organizations. Links to programs that assist in
            *Exposure Management - registered nurses, who are           healthcare expenses.
            certified specialists in Poison Information (CSPI)
            provide poison exposure assessment and                      Wisconsin Rideshare
            management techniques to the general public and             Agency: Wisconsin Dept of Transportation
            health care professionals                                   141 NW Barstow
                                                                        Waukesha, WI 53189
            Wisconsin Public Health Information and                     (800) 455-7665 Info for applications
                                                                        (262) 521-5454 Info for applications
            Referral Service
                                                                        (262) 521-4425 Fax
            Agency: Wisconsin Public Health Information and
            Referral Service
                                                                        Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm.
            Services through hotlines and
                                                                        karen.schmiechen@dot.wi.us
            online database.
                                                                        www.rideshare.wi.gov
            (800) 722-2295 Hotline
            (877) 855-7296 Women,Children,Families
                                                                        Service matches car and bicycle commuters by
            (800) 642-7837 Wis 1st Step Hotline
                                                                        locations and schedules. Website offers tips for
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decide themselves the frequency of the car pooling /
ridesharing and benefit from the cost savings.               Wisconsin Talking Book & Braille Library
Persons without a car may find commuters to share            Agency: Wisconsin Talking Book & Braille Library
rides and costs. Program offers an online                    813 West Wells Street
environmental mode tracker to identify the                   Milwaukee, WI 53233
environmental benefits. Register either online or            (800) 242-8822 Toll free #
telephone for an application.                                (414) 286-3045 Local #
                                                             (414) 286-3548 TDD

Wisconsin Road Conditions                                    Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm.
Agency: Wisconsin Dept of Transportation                     lbph@milwaukee.gov
4802 Sheboygan Avenue                                        www.dpi.wi.gov/rll/wrlbph
Madison, WI 53707
5-1-1 Wisconsin Road Conditions                              Part of the Talking Book Program of the Library of
                                                             Congress, provides Braille and recorded books and
Services available 24/7.                                     playback equipment for those Wisconsin residents
511wi@dot.wi.us                                              who for any physical reason cannot read normal print.




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www.511wi.gov/web
                                                             Wisconsin Telecommunications Relay
Provides:                                                    System
*Maps and information for road conditions, weather,          Agency: Hamilton Relay
traffic and construction                                     Services provided by telephone or computer.
*Weather alerts                                              7-1-1            Connection to relay
*Traffic counts and cameras                                  (800) 947-3529 TTY
*Driving safety information                                  (800) 947-6644 Information, voice
                                                             (800) 272-1773 ASCII
                                                             (800) 833-7637 Speech to speech
Wisconsin School for the Visually
Handicapped                                                  Available 24/7. Additional telephone services, Fast
Agency: Wisconsin School for the Visually                    ASCII 800-267-8867, Spanish to Spanish 800-833-
Handicapped                                                  7813.
1700 West State Street                                       wirelay@hamiltonrelay.com
Janesville, WI 53546                                         www.hamiltonrelay.com
(800) 832-9784 Toll free #
(608) 758-6100 Information                                   Provides a "link" between text telephone users and
(608) 758-6110 Information                                   conventional telephone users. Operators process
                                                             calls by voicing everything the text telephone user
Mon-Fri 7:30 am-4:30 pm.                                     types and typing everything they hear from the
dan.wenzel@wcbvi.k12.wi.us                                   conventional telephone user.
www.wcbvi.k12.wi.us/wsvh                                     *To connect - Dial 7-1-1 from any phone in Wisconsin
                                                             or the appropriate WTRS toll-free number to connect
Provides for ages 3-21 with visual impairment:               to the Wisconsin Relay System. Give the operator the
*School for students with varying degrees of visual          area code and number you want to call.
impairment, enrolled in full time residential or day         *Pay Phone Calls Using Relay Service:
programs; standard K-12 education, extracurricular             -Local calls placed from a pay telephone through
activities, meals/housing, adapted technology,               relay are free of charge
physical education and health                                  -Long distance calls through relay must give the
  -specialized classes and therapy for students with         operator a way to bill the call (examples calling card
multiple disabilities                                        or collect call). Coins cannot be used to pay for a
  -parents can enroll a child in a course at an area         long distance relay call from a pay phone.
public school through a inter-school co-op program.          *Internet, video or wireless relay calls - through the
*Statewide Outreach Services Team:                           website
  -evaluations, consultations and materials
  -specialists in assistive technology, birth-to-six,        Women, Minority & Beginning Farmers
Orientation and Mobility                                     Agency: Wisconsin Farm Center
  -parent support and professional development for           Wisconsin Farm Center
teachers                                                     PO Box 8911
  -available to students with multiple disabilities          Madison, WI 53708-8911
  -Early Childhood Transition Clinic                         (800) 942-2474 Administration
  -5-10 Low Vision Clinics annually                          (608) 224-5048 Kathy Schmitt
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            Mon-Fri 7:45 am-4:30 pm.                                     *Individualized assessments
            farmcenter@wisconsin.gov                                     *Job-seeker networking group
            www.datcp.state.wi.us                                        Services for employers:
                                                                         *Assistance finding workers/employees
            Program helps beginning farmers become informed              *Training, assessments of worker skills/abilities,
            about tools available to help manage risks including         workplace education programs, customized training
            financial, production, marketing and social risks.           *Outplacement Services to assist those laid off with
            Emphasis on serving Hmong, Hispanic and women                re-employment, training, counseling, etc.
            farmers.                                                     *Referrals for manufacturing assessment processes,
                                                                         customized labor training funds and services to meet
            Workforce 2020 Youth Apprenticeship                          business and training needs
            Program                                                      *Employee retention issues and skill assessments for
            Agency: Ozaukee County Economic Development                  best job match
            Corporation                                                  *Human resources strategies
            100 West Monroe Street                                       *Research info for labor trends
            Port Washington, WI 53074                                    *Links to resources for business expansion
            (262) 268-6074 Information
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                                                                         Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center
            Call for hours.                                              Agency: Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center
            john.higgins@pwssd.k12.wi.us                                 N54 W6135 Mill Street
            dwd.wisconsin.gov                                            Suite 300
                                                                         Cedarburg, WI 53012
            High school sophomores can apply to one of four two-         (262) 375-0010 Information
            year youth apprenticeships; auto tech, drafting and
            design principles of engineering, finance or                 Mon-Fri 9 am-6 pm, Sat 9 am-2 pm or by
            manufacturing. Two one-year apprenticeships are              appointment.
            also available to current sophomores or juniors to be        pharmacists@yeolderx.com
            completed in the following areas; nursing assistant          www.yeolderx.com
            and information technology. Students enter program
            through high school counselor referral.                      Provides:
                                                                         *Compounding and traditional pharmacy
            Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee                       *Prescriptions for people and pets
            County                                                       *Departments specializing in:
                                                                           -diabetes
            Agency: Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee
                                                                           -home medical equipment
            County
                                                                           -nutritional & wellness supplements
            5555 West Highland Road
                                                                           -Medela Natural Nursing Center
            Mequon, WI 53092
                                                                           -Spenco foot care products
            (262) 238-2880 Info & job-seeker network
                                                                           -certified Jobst stocking dealer
            (866) 832-0992 TTY
                                                                           -aids to daily living
                                                                           -orthopedic department featuring braces &
            Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm. Call for later appointments.
                                                                         garments, diabetic shoes
            Assessments by appointment. Job-seeker networking
                                                                         *Free daily blood pressure checks, cholesterol (12
            group meets Thursdays 9-10 am.
                                                                         hour fast required) and blood sugar testing
            wfdc-info@wctc.edu
                                                                         *Hemoglobin Alc testing by appointment
            www.wfdc.org
                                                                         *Hormone testing and replacement
                                                                         *Flu and pneumonia shots (in season) for adults
            Services include:
                                                                         *Zostavax (Shingles) injections
            *Career Exploration through video library, salaries
                                                                         *Sharp's Container Disposal Program
            and trends info, career planning assistance
                                                                         *Medication Reviews (Brown Bag Program)
            *Job Search Assistance through internet searches
                                                                         *Mail Service of Prescriptions
            and one-on-one assistance
                                                                         *Home Medical Equipment Delivery, free
            *Resume Assistance
                                                                         *Prescription Delivery - free:
            *Workshops and courses
                                                                           -Cedarburg and Grafton - Mon-Fri
            *Job Fairs/Specialized Recruitments
                                                                           -Mequon/Thiensville - Mon, Wed, Fri
            *Programs to assist eligible individuals through
                                                                           -Port Washington and Saukville - Fri
            internships, work experience, on-the-job training
                                                                           -any other times outside the schedule for a $5 fee
            and/or funding for training and upgrading skills
            *Vocational assessments for individuals with
            disabilities
            *Enhanced employment services for veterans




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Youth and Family Project, Inc
Agency: Youth and Family Project, Inc
885 Badger Circle
Grafton, WI 53024
(262) 375-4683 Info & rent assistance
(800) 924-3555 Information
(262) 338-3555 Runaway local #
(262) 284-8828 After hours rent, utilities
(262) 338-1661 Information
(800) 924-3555 Runaway hotline

Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm. Homeless Prevention and Rapid
Re-Housing Program Mon-Thurs 9 am-3 pm.
yfpozaukee@yahoo.com
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Provides:
*Family Education and Support - parent support
programs to improve parental skills, reduce stress
*Runaway Program - free counseling for youth, age
17 and younger, in crisis and their families;
emergency, short-term shelter, 24/7 hotline
*Transitional Housing Program - needs assessment,
temporary housing, referrals for ages 18-26
*Nurturing and Parent Support Program (NAPS
collaboration with COPE Services and Ozaukee
Family Services) - support and education to parents
of infants, children and teens
*Turning Points - 4 week program for education,
accountability and support to youth, for children under
age 14 and their parents or guardians
*Power of Choice for Teens - education and support
with decision making and the resulting consequences
*Active Parenting of Teens - 6 week program helps
parents make the best of the teen years
*Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing
Program. This program has a limited life as of Fall
2010 due to funding. Provides:
  -rent assistance
  -homeless persons transitioned to rental
accommodations in approximately 6 weeks but this
program cannot provide temporary housing or shelter
meanwhile
  -utility assistance
  -moving expense assistance




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211 Lines / I&R #s
  2-1-1 First Call For Help ........................................................................................ (262) 547-3388 ............................1
  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Washington County .................................. (877) 306-3030 ............................3
  COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
  IMPACT - (211) ..................................................................................................... (414) 773-0211 .......................... 23
  Manitowoc County Resource Directory ................................................................. (920) 323-2448 .......................... 28
  United Way 2-1-1 (Dane County) .......................................................................... (608) 246-4357 .......................... 53
  United Way Fox Cities ........................................................................................... (800) 924-5514 .......................... 53
  United Way of North Rock County ........................................................................ (608) 752-3100 .......................... 54
Abuse, Child - Prevention/Programs
  Advocates of Ozaukee .......................................................................................... (262) 284-6902 ............................2
  National Domestic Violence Hotline ...................................................................... (800) 799-7233 .......................... 35
  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Child Protective Services ................................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
  Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin ............................................................................ (800) 244-5336 .......................... 47
Abuse, Domestic
  Advocates of Ozaukee .......................................................................................... (262) 284-6902 ............................2
  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic - Wednesdays .................................................. (414) 384-3700 .......................... 28
  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic -Tuesdays......................................................... (414) 933-1300 .......................... 29
  National Domestic Violence Hotline ...................................................................... (800) 799-7233 .......................... 35
  National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline ................................................................... (866) 331-9474 .......................... 36
  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
Abuse, Elder
  National Domestic Violence Hotline ...................................................................... (800) 799-7233 .......................... 35
  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Long Term Support Division ............................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
Adoption Related Programs
  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
  Circuit Court of Ozaukee County........................................................................... (262) 284-8409 .......................... 13
  International Soundex Reunion Registry, Inc ........................................................ (888) 886-4777 .......................... 24




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  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Juvenile Court Unit ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
Adult Day Care
  Balance, Inc .......................................................................................................... (262) 268-6811 ............................8
  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
  Lakefield Adult Day Center.................................................................................... (262) 377-9780 .......................... 25
  Portal Industries, Inc ............................................................................................. (262) 377-4410 .......................... 46
Advocacy
  AARP Wisconsin State Office ............................................................................... (866) 448-3611 ............................1
  American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin ......................................................... (414) 272-4032 ............................4
  Disability Rights Wisconsin ................................................................................... (800) 708-3034 .......................... 15
  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
  Mental Health America of Wisconsin..................................................................... (414) 276-3122 .......................... 30
  Ozaukee County ARC, Inc .................................................................................... (262) 376-9503 .......................... 38
  U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) .................................. (800) 669-4000 .......................... 53
  Vietnam Veterans of America................................................................................ (800) 273-8255 .......................... 55
  Wis Board for People with Developmental Disabilities .......................................... (888) 332-1677 .......................... 57
After School Programs
  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee County, Inc .................................................. (262) 377-0784 ............................8
  Logemann Community Center, Inc........................................................................ (262) 242-7471 .......................... 27
Agricultural Programs
  Ozaukee County Land and Water Management Dept........................................... (262) 284-8270 .......................... 39
  UW Extension Cooperative Extension Ozaukee County-...................................... (262) 284-8288 .......................... 54
  Wisconsin Farm Center- ....................................................................................... (608) 224-5012 .......................... 59
  Women, Minority & Beginning Farmers ................................................................. (800) 942-2474 .......................... 61




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                Alcohol Abuse Services and Programs
                  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
                  Adult Rehabilitation Center.................................................................................... (414) 276-4316 ............................2
                  Al-Anon Family Groups of SE Wisconsin .............................................................. (414) 257-2415 ............................3
                  Alcoholics Anonymous - Ozaukee County ............................................................ (414) 771-9119 ............................3
                  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
                  Families Anonymous, Inc ...................................................................................... (262) 227-6655 .......................... 17
                  Friends Drive Sober .............................................................................................. (414) 288-5217 .......................... 20
                  Huiras Center, The ................................................................................................ (800) 457-6004 .......................... 23
                  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
                  Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ............................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
                  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
                  Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Unit ........................................................ (262) 243-7388 .......................... 29
                  Mequon Clinical Associates .................................................................................. (262) 241-7778 .......................... 30
                  Meta House ........................................................................................................... (414) 962-1200 .......................... 31
                  Mothers Against Drunk Driving-WI State Office .................................................... (877) 623-3435 .......................... 33
                  mPower ................................................................................................................. (866) 661-6797 .......................... 33
                  New Day Club Inc, The ......................................................................................... (262) 241-4673 .......................... 36
                  Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc..................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
                  Office of Mental Health Services ........................................................................... (888) 469-6614 .......................... 37
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
                  Starting Point of Ozaukee ..................................................................................... (262) 375-1110 .......................... 51
                  Twenty Four Hour Club, The ................................................................................. (262) 242-9999 .......................... 52
                  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
                Alternative Medicine Info
                  Lady of the Lake Counseling Service .................................................................... (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25
                  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
                Alzheimer's/Dementia
                  Alzheimer's Association ........................................................................................ (800) 272-3900 ............................4
                  Memory Loss Support Group - Grafton ................................................................. (920) 838-1311 .......................... 29
                  Memory Loss Support Group - Mequon ................................................................ (414) 479-8800 .......................... 29
                  Memory Loss Support Group - Port ...................................................................... (920) 838-1311 .......................... 29
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                  Ozaukee County Wanderer Registry..................................................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 40
                Anger Management
                  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
                  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
                  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc ..................................................................................... (800) 840-1880 .......................... 50
                Animal Control
                  Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
                  Ozaukee County Sheriff Department .................................................................... (262) 284-7172 .......................... 40
                  Ozaukee Humane Society, Inc .............................................................................. (262) 377-7580 .......................... 43
                Anxiety Treatment and/or Services
                  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
                  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
                  Cedar Creek Counseling S.C. ............................................................................... (262) 240-0299 ............................9
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
                  Crossroads Clinic and Family Center .................................................................... (262) 284-0600 .......................... 15
                  Huiras Center, The ................................................................................................ (800) 457-6004 .......................... 23
                  Lady of the Lake Counseling Service .................................................................... (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25
                  Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ............................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
                  Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc..................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
                  Positive Image Center ........................................................................................... (262) 306-7541 .......................... 46
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48


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   Sowing the Seeds of Hope .................................................................................... (608) 224-5051 .......................... 50

Apprenticeship Training
  Workforce 2020 Youth Apprenticeship Program ................................................... (262) 268-6074 .......................... 62
Arthritis
  Arthritis Foundation Wisconsin Chapter ................................................................ (800) 283-7800 ............................6
Arts
  Cedarburg Cultural Center Inc .............................................................................. (262) 375-3676 .......................... 10
Assisted Living Facilities
  Lasata Crossings .................................................................................................. (262) 512-2808 .......................... 25
Assurance Calls
  Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
Asthma
  American Lung Association of Wisconsin ............................................................. (800) 586-4872 ............................5
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity
  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
Autism Spectrum Disorders
  Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc .................................................... (414) 427-9345 ............................7
  Autism Spectrum Disorder Support Group ............................................................ (262) 376-1250 ............................7
  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Long Term Support Division ............................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
  United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc ......................................... (414) 329-4500 .......................... 53
Baby Items
  Family Sharing Food Pantry & Resale Shop ......................................................... (262) 377-0634 .......................... 18
  HOPE Network, Inc ............................................................................................... (262) 251-7333 .......................... 22
  Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
BadgerCare Plus
  ACCESS ............................................................................................................... (608) 266-1865 ............................1
  Ozaukee Works..................................................................................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 43
  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
Bereavement
  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2




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  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
  Compassionate Friends of Ozaukee County ......................................................... (262) 376-1724 .......................... 14
  COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
  Crossroads Clinic and Family Center .................................................................... (262) 284-0600 .......................... 15
  Grief Resource Center .......................................................................................... (414) 586-8383 .......................... 21
  Grief Support Group .............................................................................................. (262) 377-0380 .......................... 22
  GriefShare ............................................................................................................. (262) 377-6610 .......................... 22
  Lady of the Lake Counseling Service .................................................................... (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25
  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
  Saint Mary's Catholic Church - Grief Support........................................................ (262) 284-5771 .......................... 48
  Spousal Loss Support Group ................................................................................ (262) 375-1724 .......................... 50
  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
Better Business Bureau
  Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin .......................................................... (414) 847-6000 ............................8
Birth Defects
  March of Dimes, Wisconsin Chapter ..................................................................... (414) 778-3500 .......................... 28
Blood Bank
  American Red Cross in Southeastern Wisconsin .................................................. (414) 342-8680 ............................5
Breastfeeding
  La Leche League of Mequon/Ozaukee County ..................................................... (262) 377-6194 .......................... 25
  Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center .............................................................. (262) 375-0010 .......................... 62
Cancer
  American Cancer Society ...................................................................................... (262) 523-5500 ............................4
  American Lung Association of Wisconsin ............................................................. (800) 586-4872 ............................5
  Leukemia & Lymphoma Society-Wisconsin Chapter............................................. (800) 261-7399 .......................... 26
  National Cancer Institute ....................................................................................... (800) 422-6237 .......................... 35
  Sister Warriors ...................................................................................................... (262) 243-7478 .......................... 49




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                Car Seats
                  Port Washington Police Department ..................................................................... (262) 284-2611 .......................... 45
                  Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
                Caregivers
                  Caregiver Support Group-Cedarburg .................................................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................9
                  Caregiver Support Group-Grafton ......................................................................... (262) 238-8120 ............................9
                  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
                  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
                  Memory Loss Support Group - Grafton ................................................................. (920) 838-1311 .......................... 29
                  Memory Loss Support Group - Mequon ................................................................ (414) 479-8800 .......................... 29
                  Memory Loss Support Group - Port ...................................................................... (920) 838-1311 .......................... 29
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Child Protective Services ................................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                Cerebral Palsy
                  Muscular Dystrophy Association District Office ..................................................... (414) 431-0154 .......................... 34
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Long Term Support Division ............................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
                  United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc ......................................... (414) 329-4500 .......................... 53
                Child Care Assistance/Referrals
                  4C Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc ......................................................... (414) 562-2650 ............................1
                  Ozaukee Works..................................................................................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 43
                Child Custody
                  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Child Protective Services ................................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Juvenile Court Unit ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
                Child Support
                  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
                Children
                  4-H and Youth Development ................................................................................. (262) 284-8288 ............................1
                  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
                  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
                  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee County, Inc .................................................. (262) 377-0784 ............................8
                  Cedarburg Parks and Recreation Department- ..................................................... (262) 375-7611 .......................... 10
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
                  COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
                  Crossroads Clinic and Family Center .................................................................... (262) 284-0600 .......................... 15
                  Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA ................................................................................ (262) 268-9622 .......................... 18
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                  Fredonia Recreation Department .......................................................................... (262) 692-6813 .......................... 19
                  Grafton Parks and Recreation ............................................................................... (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
                  Logemann Community Center, Inc........................................................................ (262) 242-7471 .......................... 27
                  Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department ......................................................... (262) 238-7535 .......................... 31
                  Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc..................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
                  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Child Protective Services ................................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Juvenile Court Unit ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
                  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
                  Port Washington Park and Recreation Department- ............................................. (262) 284-5881 .......................... 45
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
                  Salvation Army, The .............................................................................................. (262) 552-6802 .......................... 48
                  St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc ..................................................................................... (800) 840-1880 .......................... 50
                  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
                  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
                  Youth and Family Project, Inc ............................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63
                Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
                  Wisconsin Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Association, Inc ........................................ (608) 834-1001 .......................... 58
                Citizen Police Academies
                  Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
                  Ozaukee County Sheriff Department .................................................................... (262) 284-7172 .......................... 40
                Cleft Palate
                  Cleft Palate Foundation ......................................................................................... (800) 242-5338 .......................... 13
                Clinic, Medical
                  Huiras Family Community Health Center .............................................................. (262) 243-7533 .......................... 23
                Clinic, Women's
                  Huiras Family Community Health Center .............................................................. (262) 243-7533 .......................... 23
                  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39


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  Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin ........................................................................ (800) 230-7526 .......................... 44
Clothing
  Family Sharing Food Pantry & Resale Shop ......................................................... (262) 377-0634 .......................... 18
  Food Pantry Inc, The ............................................................................................. (262) 284-1148 .......................... 18
  Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
Companion Services
  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
Conservation
  Ozaukee County Land and Water Management Dept........................................... (262) 284-8270 .......................... 39
Consumer Complaints
  About Identity Theft ............................................................................................... (877) 438-4338 ............................1
  Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin .......................................................... (414) 847-6000 ............................8
  Bureau of Consumer Protection ............................................................................ (877) 382-4357 ............................9
  National Do Not Call Registry................................................................................ (888) 382-1222 .......................... 35
  OnGuard Online .................................................................................................... (877) 382-4357 .......................... 38
  U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development ..................................................... (888) 995-4673 .......................... 52
  Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance ............................................. (800) 236-8517 .......................... 60
Consumer Education/Information
  AARP Wisconsin State Office ............................................................................... (866) 448-3611 ............................1
  About Identity Theft ............................................................................................... (877) 438-4338 ............................1
  Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin .......................................................... (414) 847-6000 ............................8
  Bureau of Consumer Protection ............................................................................ (877) 382-4357 ............................9
  OnGuard Online .................................................................................................... (877) 382-4357 .......................... 38
  U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development ..................................................... (888) 995-4673 .......................... 52
  UW Extension Cooperative Extension Ozaukee County-...................................... (262) 284-8288 .......................... 54
  Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance ............................................. (800) 236-8517 .......................... 60
Coroner Services
  Ozaukee County Coroner's Office ......................................................................... (262) 284-8455 .......................... 38
Counseling
  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
  Aurora Family Service ........................................................................................... (414) 342-4560 ............................6
  Cedar Creek Counseling S.C. ............................................................................... (262) 240-0299 ............................9
  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12




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  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
  Crossroads Clinic and Family Center .................................................................... (262) 284-0600 .......................... 15
  Grief Resource Center .......................................................................................... (414) 586-8383 .......................... 21
  Huiras Center, The ................................................................................................ (800) 457-6004 .......................... 23
  Lady of the Lake Counseling Service .................................................................... (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25
  Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ............................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
  Mequon Clinical Associates .................................................................................. (262) 241-7778 .......................... 30
  Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc..................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
  Office of Mental Health Services ........................................................................... (888) 469-6614 .......................... 37
  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
  Sowing the Seeds of Hope .................................................................................... (608) 224-5051 .......................... 50
  St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc ..................................................................................... (800) 840-1880 .......................... 50
  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
Counseling Referral Services
  Mental Health America of Wisconsin..................................................................... (414) 276-3122 .......................... 30
Counseling, Career
  Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc .................................................................................. (800) 422-2324 .......................... 16
  U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library.................................................................. (262) 375-5315 .......................... 53
  Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee County .............................................. (262) 238-2880 .......................... 62
Counseling, Family &/or Marriage
  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
  Aurora Family Service ........................................................................................... (414) 342-4560 ............................6
  Cedar Creek Counseling S.C. ............................................................................... (262) 240-0299 ............................9
  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12


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                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
                  Crossroads Clinic and Family Center .................................................................... (262) 284-0600 .......................... 15
                  Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ............................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
                  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
                  Mequon Clinical Associates .................................................................................. (262) 241-7778 .......................... 30
                  Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc..................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Juvenile Court Unit ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
                  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
                  St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc ..................................................................................... (800) 840-1880 .......................... 50
                Counseling, Financial
                  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
                  Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Milwaukee ................................ (888) 799-2227 .......................... 14
                  Family Service Association of Sheboygan, Inc...................................................... (920) 458-9784 .......................... 17
                  Wisconsin Farm Center- ....................................................................................... (608) 224-5012 .......................... 59
                  Women, Minority & Beginning Farmers ................................................................. (800) 942-2474 .......................... 61
                Counseling, Home Buyer
                  Slinger Housing Authority ...................................................................................... (262) 644-8255 .......................... 50
                  U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development ..................................................... (888) 995-4673 .......................... 52
                Counseling, Sexual Assault
                  Advocates of Ozaukee .......................................................................................... (262) 284-6902 ............................2
                  Aurora Sexual Assault Treatment Center .............................................................. (414) 219-5555 ............................7
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
                  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
                Court Filing Offices
                  Circuit Court of Ozaukee County........................................................................... (262) 284-8409 .......................... 13
                CPR
                  American Heart Association .................................................................................. (800) 242-9236 ............................4
                  American Red Cross in Southeastern Wisconsin .................................................. (414) 342-8680 ............................5
                Crime Prevention
                  About Identity Theft ............................................................................................... (877) 438-4338 ............................1
                  Bureau of Consumer Protection ............................................................................ (877) 382-4357 ............................9
                  OnGuard Online .................................................................................................... (877) 382-4357 .......................... 38
                  Ozaukee County Sheriff Department .................................................................... (262) 284-7172 .......................... 40
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                  Village of Grafton Police Department .................................................................... (262) 375-5320 .......................... 55
                Crime Reporting Programs / for crimes in progress, call 911
                  Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
                  Fredonia Police Department.................................................................................. (262) 692-9125 .......................... 19
                  Mequon Police Department ................................................................................... (262) 242-3500 .......................... 31
                  National Center for Missing and Exploited Children .............................................. (800) 843-5678 .......................... 35
                  Ozaukee County Sheriff Department .................................................................... (262) 284-7172 .......................... 40
                  Port Washington Police Department ..................................................................... (262) 284-2611 .......................... 45
                  Thiensville Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 242-2100 .......................... 52
                  Village of Grafton Police Department .................................................................... (262) 375-5320 .......................... 55
                  Village of Saukville Police Department.................................................................. (262) 284-0444 .......................... 55
                Crime Victim Programs
                  Victim Witness Unit ............................................................................................... (262) 238-8387 .......................... 55
                Crisis Intervention -In Person
                  Cedarburg Police Department ....................................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 10
                  Crisis Intervention Team (Washington County) ..................................................... (866) 906-6565 .......................... 14
                  Fredonia Police Department.......................................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 19
                  Mequon Police Department ........................................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 31
                  Milwaukee County Office of the Sheriff ......................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 32
                  Ozaukee County Sheriff Department ............................................................................ 9-1-1 .................................. 40
                  Port Washington Police Department ............................................................................. 9-1-1 .................................. 45
                  Sheboygan County Sheriff Department......................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 49
                  Thiensville Police Department ....................................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 52
                  Village of Grafton Police Department ............................................................................ 9-1-1 .................................. 55
                  Village of Saukville Police Department.......................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 55
                  Washington County Sheriff Department ........................................................................ 9-1-1 .................................. 57
                  Waukesha County Sheriff Department .......................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 57




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Crisis Intervention -Telephone
  2-1-1 First Call For Help ................................................................................................ 2-1-1 ....................................1
  COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
  Crisis Intervention Team (Washington County) ..................................................... (866) 906-6565 .......................... 14
  Milwaukee County Department of Health & Human Services ............................... (414) 257-7222 .......................... 32
  National Domestic Violence Hotline ...................................................................... (800) 799-7233 .......................... 35
Debt Management (including foreclosure prevention)
  Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Milwaukee ................................ (888) 799-2227 .......................... 14
  Family Service Association of Sheboygan, Inc...................................................... (920) 458-9784 .......................... 17
  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
  U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development ..................................................... (888) 995-4673 .......................... 52
Dental Care
  AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
  Huiras Family Community Health Center .............................................................. (262) 243-7533 .......................... 23
  Marquette Dental Clinic ......................................................................................... (414) 288-7273 .......................... 28
  St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Dental Clinic ................................................................... (414) 383-3220 .......................... 50
  Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation ............................................................ (888) 338-6852 .......................... 59
Depression
  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
  Cedar Creek Counseling S.C. ............................................................................... (262) 240-0299 ............................9
  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
  Crossroads Clinic and Family Center .................................................................... (262) 284-0600 .......................... 15
  Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Ozaukee County .................................. (262) 338-1614 .......................... 15
  Huiras Center, The ................................................................................................ (800) 457-6004 .......................... 23
  Lady of the Lake Counseling Service .................................................................... (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25
  Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ............................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
  Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc..................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
  Office of Mental Health Services ........................................................................... (888) 469-6614 .......................... 37
  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
  Positive Image Center ........................................................................................... (262) 306-7541 .......................... 46
  Recovery International .......................................................................................... (414) 464-5121 .......................... 47
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47




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  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
  Sowing the Seeds of Hope .................................................................................... (608) 224-5051 .......................... 50
Detoxification
  Huiras Center, The ................................................................................................ (800) 457-6004 .......................... 23
  Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Unit ........................................................ (262) 243-7388 .......................... 29
Diabetes
  American Diabetes Association............................................................................. (800) 342-2383 ............................4
  Aurora Advanced Healthcare Cedar Creek Clinic ................................................. (262) 375-3700 ............................6
  Aurora Advanced Healthcare Port Washington Clinic ........................................... (262) 284-3756 ............................6
  Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation SE Wis Chapter .................................. (414) 453-4673 .......................... 24
  Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center .............................................................. (262) 375-0010 .......................... 62
Disabilities / Adults with
  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
  Balance, Inc .......................................................................................................... (262) 268-6811 ............................8
  Disability Rights Wisconsin ................................................................................... (800) 708-3034 .......................... 15
  Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc .................................................................................. (800) 422-2324 .......................... 16
  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
  Individual Growth Services, Inc ............................................................................. (262) 284-9656 .......................... 24
  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
  Lakefield Adult Day Center.................................................................................... (262) 377-9780 .......................... 25
  Lasata Care Center ............................................................................................... (262) 377-5060 .......................... 25
  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
  Logemann Community Center, Inc........................................................................ (262) 242-7471 .......................... 27
  Ozaukee County ARC, Inc .................................................................................... (262) 376-9503 .......................... 38
  Ozaukee County Shared-Ride Taxi ....................................................................... (262) 284-8294 .......................... 40
  Ozaukee County Wanderer Registry..................................................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 40
  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Long Term Support Division ............................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
  Portal Industries, Inc ............................................................................................. (262) 377-4410 .......................... 46
  Wis Board for People with Developmental Disabilities .......................................... (888) 332-1677 .......................... 57


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                   Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
                   Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee County .............................................. (262) 238-2880 .......................... 62

                Disabilities / Children with
                  Balance, Inc .......................................................................................................... (262) 268-6811 ............................8
                  Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc .................................................................................. (800) 422-2324 .......................... 16
                  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
                  Logemann Community Center, Inc........................................................................ (262) 242-7471 .......................... 27
                  Mothers United for Moral Support, Inc .................................................................. (920) 336-5333 .......................... 33
                  Ozaukee County ARC, Inc .................................................................................... (262) 376-9503 .......................... 38
                  Ozaukee County Circle of Friends, Inc.................................................................. (262) 375-2606 .......................... 38
                  Ozaukee County Wanderer Registry..................................................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 40
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Long Term Support Division ............................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
                  Parent to Parent of Wisconsin ............................................................................... (715) 361-2890 .......................... 43
                  St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc ..................................................................................... (800) 840-1880 .......................... 50
                  Wisconsin Family Ties, Inc .................................................................................... (800) 422-7145 .......................... 59
                  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
                Disaster Relief
                  American Red Cross in Southeastern Wisconsin .................................................. (414) 342-8680 ............................5
                  Ozaukee County Emergency Management .......................................................... (262) 238-8397 .......................... 38
                  Salvation Army, The .............................................................................................. (262) 552-6802 .......................... 48
                Discrimination
                  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
                  Milwaukee LGBT Community Center .................................................................... (414) 271-2656 .......................... 32
                  U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development ..................................................... (888) 995-4673 .......................... 52
                  U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) .................................. (800) 669-4000 .......................... 53
                Do Not Call Registries
                  National Do Not Call Registry................................................................................ (888) 382-1222 .......................... 35
                Dog Parks
                  Muttland Meadows Inc ...................................................................................................... ...................................... 34
                Down Syndrome
                  Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin, Inc .................................................... (866) 327-3729 .......................... 16
                  National Down Syndrome Society ......................................................................... (800) 221-4602 .......................... 35
                Drug Abuse
                  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
                  Adult Rehabilitation Center.................................................................................... (414) 276-4316 ............................2
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                  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
                  Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
                  Cocaine Anonymous ............................................................................................. (414) 445-5433 .......................... 13
                  Families Anonymous, Inc ...................................................................................... (262) 227-6655 .......................... 17
                  Friends Drive Sober .............................................................................................. (414) 288-5217 .......................... 20
                  Huiras Center, The ................................................................................................ (800) 457-6004 .......................... 23
                  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
                  Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ............................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
                  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
                  Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Unit ........................................................ (262) 243-7388 .......................... 29
                  Mequon Clinical Associates .................................................................................. (262) 241-7778 .......................... 30
                  Meta House ........................................................................................................... (414) 962-1200 .......................... 31
                  mPower ................................................................................................................. (866) 661-6797 .......................... 33
                  Narcotics Anonymous ........................................................................................... (866) 913-3837 .......................... 34
                  Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc..................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
                  Office of Mental Health Services ........................................................................... (888) 469-6614 .......................... 37
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
                  Starting Point of Ozaukee ..................................................................................... (262) 375-1110 .......................... 51
                  Twenty Four Hour Club, The ................................................................................. (262) 242-9999 .......................... 52
                  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
                Dyslexia
                  Wisconsin Branch-International Dyslexia Association ........................................... (608) 355-0911 .......................... 57
                Eating Disorders
                  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
                  Lady of the Lake Counseling Service .................................................................... (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25


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  Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ............................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
  Overeaters Anonymous, Inc .................................................................................. (505) 891-2664 .......................... 38
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
Educational Programs
  Cedarburg Cultural Center Inc .............................................................................. (262) 375-3676 .......................... 10
  Cedarburg School District ..................................................................................... (262) 376-6100 .......................... 11
  Cedarburg Senior Center- ..................................................................................... (262) 375-7644 .......................... 11
  Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Center .................................................................... (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
  Mequon-Thiensville Senior Programming ............................................................. (262) 238-7537 .......................... 31
  Milwaukee Area Technical College ....................................................................... (262) 238-2200 .......................... 32
  Port Washington Senior Center............................................................................. (262) 284-5821 .......................... 45
  Riveredge Nature Center ...................................................................................... (800) 287-8098 .......................... 47
  UW Extension Cooperative Extension Ozaukee County-...................................... (262) 284-8288 .......................... 54
  Wisconsin School for the Visually Handicapped ................................................... (800) 832-9784 .......................... 61
Elderly Housing Facility Referrals
  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
Elderly, Frail
  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
  Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
  Lakefield Adult Day Center.................................................................................... (262) 377-9780 .......................... 25
  Lasata Care Center ............................................................................................... (262) 377-5060 .......................... 25
  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
  Ozaukee County Shared-Ride Taxi ....................................................................... (262) 284-8294 .......................... 40
  Ozaukee County Wanderer Registry..................................................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 40
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
  Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center .............................................................. (262) 375-0010 .......................... 62
Emergency Management Services
  Ozaukee County Emergency Management .......................................................... (262) 238-8397 .......................... 38
Endometriosis
  Endometriosis Association .................................................................................... (800) 992-3636 .......................... 17
Epilepsy
  Epilepsy Foundation Southeast Wisconsin ........................................................... (800) 332-1000 .......................... 17
  Muscular Dystrophy Association District Office ..................................................... (414) 431-0154 .......................... 34




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Errands / Shopping Assistance
  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
Family Planning
  ACCESS ............................................................................................................... (608) 266-1865 ............................1
  Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin ........................................................................ (800) 230-7526 .......................... 44
  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
Farmers Markets
  Cedarburg Farmers Market ................................................................................... (262) 377-9620 .......................... 10
  Grafton Farmers Market ........................................................................................ (262) 377-1650 .......................... 21
  Port Washington Farmers Market ......................................................................... (262) 268-1132 .......................... 44
  Saukville Farmers Market...................................................................................... (262) 284-9423 .......................... 49
  Thiensville Farmers Market ................................................................................... (262) 512-9358 .......................... 52
Farmers/ Agricultural Workers
  Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc .................................................................................. (800) 422-2324 .......................... 16
  Sowing the Seeds of Hope .................................................................................... (608) 224-5051 .......................... 50
  UW Extension Cooperative Extension Ozaukee County-...................................... (262) 284-8288 .......................... 54
  Wisconsin Farm Center- ....................................................................................... (608) 224-5012 .......................... 59
  Women, Minority & Beginning Farmers ................................................................. (800) 942-2474 .......................... 61
Financial Assistance
  AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
  American Kidney Fund .......................................................................................... (866) 300-2900 ............................5
  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Economic Support Unit ...................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 41
  Ozaukee Works..................................................................................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 43
  Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
  Salvation Army Voucher Program ......................................................................... (262) 552-6802 .......................... 48
  Youth and Family Project, Inc ............................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63




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                Fire Departments/Services
                   Belgium Fire Department .............................................................................................. 9-1-1 ....................................8
                   Cedarburg Fire Department .......................................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 10
                   Fredonia Fire Department and Northern Ozaukee Ambulance ..................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 19
                   Grafton Volunteer Fire Department, Inc ........................................................................ 9-1-1 .................................. 21
                   Mequon Fire Department .............................................................................................. 9-1-1 .................................. 30
                   Newburg Fire Department ............................................................................................. 9-1-1 .................................. 37
                   Port Washington Fire Department ................................................................................. 9-1-1 .................................. 45
                   Saukville Fire Department ............................................................................................. 9-1-1 .................................. 49
                   Thiensville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc ................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 52
                   Waubeka Volunteer Fire Department ............................................................................ 9-1-1 .................................. 57
                First Aid Training
                   American Red Cross in Southeastern Wisconsin .................................................. (414) 342-8680 ............................5
                Food Cooperatives
                   SHARE of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc ............................................................... (262) 573-9930 .......................... 49
                Food Pantries / Emergency Food
                   Family Sharing Food Pantry & Resale Shop ......................................................... (262) 377-0634 .......................... 18
                   Food Pantry Inc, The ............................................................................................. (262) 284-1148 .......................... 18
                   Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
                FoodShare /Food Stamps/Voucher
                   ACCESS ............................................................................................................... (608) 266-1865 ............................1
                   Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Economic Support Unit ...................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 41
                   Ozaukee Works..................................................................................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 43
                Foster Care
                   Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Juvenile Court Unit ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
                Friendly Visiting
                   COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
                   Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
                   Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
                Furniture
                   Family Sharing Food Pantry & Resale Shop ......................................................... (262) 377-0634 .......................... 18
                   Freecycle Network, The .................................................................................................... ...................................... 20
                   Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
                Gambling Addiction
                   Gamblers Anonymous International ...................................................................... (414) 299-0901 .......................... 20
                   Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling ............................................................. (800) 426-2535 .......................... 59
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                Gay/Lesbian/Bi & Transsexuals
                   AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
                   Diverse and Resilient Inc ...................................................................................... (414) 390-0444 .......................... 15
                   Gay Straight Alliance for Safe Schools Inc ............................................................ (608) 661-4141 .......................... 20
                   Gay Youth Wisconsin Hotline ................................................................................ (866) 429-9688 .......................... 20
                   Milwaukee LGBT Community Center .................................................................... (414) 271-2656 .......................... 32
                GED
                   Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County ............................................................. (262) 240-1084 ............................2
                   Literacy Services of Wisconsin, Inc ....................................................................... (414) 344-5878 .......................... 27
                Grocery Delivery
                   Tele-Grocers ......................................................................................................... (888) 902-7467 .......................... 51
                Group Homes
                   Balance, Inc .......................................................................................................... (262) 268-6811 ............................8
                   Individual Growth Services, Inc ............................................................................. (262) 284-9656 .......................... 24
                   NOVA Services, Inc .............................................................................................. (262) 338-8842 .......................... 37
                Hazardous Materials Control
                   Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
                Health Care - In-Home
                   Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
                   Balance, Inc .......................................................................................................... (262) 268-6811 ............................8
                   IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
                Health Care - Uninsured People
                   AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
                   Huiras Family Community Health Center .............................................................. (262) 243-7533 .......................... 23
                   Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
                   St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Dental Clinic ................................................................... (414) 383-3220 .......................... 50
                   Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation ............................................................ (888) 338-6852 .......................... 59
                   Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60




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Health Education/Info, General
  AARP Wisconsin State Office ............................................................................... (866) 448-3611 ............................1
  Kacmarcik Education Resource Center ................................................................ (262) 243-7448 .......................... 25
  MemoryMinders LLC ............................................................................................. (262) 707-9387 .......................... 29
  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
Hearing Impaired
  American Speech Language/Hearing Association ................................................ (800) 498-2071 ............................5
  Center for Communication, Hearing and Deafness Inc ......................................... (414) 604-2200 .......................... 12
  Center for Deaf-Blind Persons, Inc........................................................................ (414) 481-7535 .......................... 12
  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
  Wisconsin Telecommunications Relay System ............................................................. 7-1-1 .................................. 61
Helplines/Warmlines
  2-1-1 First Call For Help ................................................................................................ 2-1-1 ....................................1
  Advocates of Ozaukee .......................................................................................... (262) 284-6902 ............................2
  Boys Town (National Hotline) ................................................................................ (800) 448-3000 ............................9
  Cocaine Anonymous ............................................................................................. (414) 445-5433 .......................... 13
  COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
  Gay Youth Wisconsin Hotline ................................................................................ (866) 429-9688 .......................... 20
  mPower ................................................................................................................. (866) 661-6797 .......................... 33
  National Runaway Switchboard ............................................................................ (800) 786-2929 .......................... 36
  National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline ................................................................... (866) 331-9474 .......................... 36
  Parenting Network, The ........................................................................................ (414) 671-5575 .......................... 43
  Positive Image Center ........................................................................................... (262) 306-7541 .......................... 46
  Postpartum Support International.......................................................................... (800) 944-4773 .......................... 47
  Project Inform, Inc ................................................................................................. (800) 822-7422 .......................... 47
  San Francisco Suicide Prevention, Inc.................................................................. (800) 628-9240 .......................... 48
  Warmline Inc ......................................................................................................... (414) 777-4729 .......................... 56
HIV/AIDS
  AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
  Diverse and Resilient Inc ...................................................................................... (414) 390-0444 .......................... 15
  Gay Youth Wisconsin Hotline ................................................................................ (866) 429-9688 .......................... 20
  Milwaukee LGBT Community Center .................................................................... (414) 271-2656 .......................... 32
  Project Inform, Inc ................................................................................................. (800) 822-7422 .......................... 47
  San Francisco Suicide Prevention, Inc.................................................................. (800) 628-9240 .......................... 48
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  Food Pantry Inc, The ............................................................................................. (262) 284-1148 .......................... 18
  Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Center .................................................................... (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
  Salvation Army, The .............................................................................................. (262) 552-6802 .......................... 48
  Thanksgiving Dinner Program ............................................................................... (262) 377-0610 .......................... 51
  Thanksgiving Meal Site ......................................................................................... (262) 375-7644 .......................... 51
Home Delivered Meals
  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
Home Financing
  Home Consortium, The ......................................................................................... (608) 258-5560 .......................... 22
  U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development ..................................................... (888) 995-4673 .......................... 52
Home Improvement/Modification
  American Kidney Fund .......................................................................................... (866) 300-2900 ............................5
  Home Consortium, The ......................................................................................... (608) 258-5560 .......................... 22
  National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Wisconsin Chapter ...................................... (800) 242-3358 .......................... 36
  Partners for Community Development, Inc ........................................................... (800) 584-8172 .......................... 44
Home Maintenance Assistance
  Home Consortium, The ......................................................................................... (608) 258-5560 .......................... 22
  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
Hospice Care Referrals
  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
Hospital/Medical Facility
  Aurora Medical Center .......................................................................................... (866) 443-2584 ............................7
  Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital- Ozaukee Campus-............................................. (262) 243-7300 .......................... 14

Household Items
  Family Sharing Food Pantry & Resale Shop ......................................................... (262) 377-0634 .......................... 18
  Freecycle Network, The .................................................................................................... ...................................... 20
  Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48


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                Housekeeping Assistance
                  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
                  Balance, Inc .......................................................................................................... (262) 268-6811 ............................8
                  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
                  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
                  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
                Housing, Low-Income and Referrals
                  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
                  Badger Assn of the Blind and Visually Impaired, Inc ............................................. (414) 258-9200 ............................7
                  Habitat for Humanity-Lakeside .............................................................................. (262) 284-6880 .......................... 22
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Economic Support Unit ...................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 41
                  Partners for Community Development, Inc ........................................................... (800) 584-8172 .......................... 44
                  Slinger Housing Authority ...................................................................................... (262) 644-8255 .......................... 50
                Hunter Safety Education
                  Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
                  Mequon Police Department ................................................................................... (262) 242-3500 .......................... 31
                  Ozaukee County Sheriff Department .................................................................... (262) 284-7172 .......................... 40
                  Village of Grafton Police Department .................................................................... (262) 375-5320 .......................... 55
                Identity Theft
                  About Identity Theft ............................................................................................... (877) 438-4338 ............................1
                  Bureau of Consumer Protection ............................................................................ (877) 382-4357 ............................9
                  OnGuard Online .................................................................................................... (877) 382-4357 .......................... 38
                Immunizations
                  Aurora Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin .................................................... (920) 449-7600 ............................7
                  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
                Independent Living Community
                  Lasata Heights ...................................................................................................... (262) 377-6001 .......................... 26
                Insurance
                  Pharmacy Research & Manufacturers of America ................................................ (888) 477-2669 .......................... 44
                  Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance ............................................. (800) 236-8517 .......................... 60
                Jail / Correctional Facilities
                  Ozaukee County Sheriff Department .................................................................... (262) 238-8440 .......................... 40
                Job Search Assistance
                  Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc .................................................................................. (800) 422-2324 .......................... 16
                  Lumen Christi Employment Network North ........................................................... (262) 242-7967 .......................... 27
                  N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc ....................................................................... (920) 468-1161 .......................... 34
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                  Ozaukee Works..................................................................................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 43
                  Veterans Industries ............................................................................................... (414) 384-2000 .......................... 54
                  Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee County .............................................. (262) 238-2880 .......................... 62
                Job Training
                  Milwaukee Area Technical College ....................................................................... (262) 238-2200 .......................... 32
                  N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc ....................................................................... (920) 468-1161 .......................... 34
                  Portal Industries, Inc ............................................................................................. (262) 377-4410 .......................... 46
                  Workforce 2020 Youth Apprenticeship Program ................................................... (262) 268-6074 .......................... 62
                  Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee County .............................................. (262) 238-2880 .......................... 62
                Kidney
                  American Kidney Fund .......................................................................................... (866) 300-2900 ............................5
                  National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin ............................................................. (800) 543-6393 .......................... 35
                Landlord/Tenant Issues
                  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
                  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic - Wednesdays .................................................. (414) 384-3700 .......................... 28
                  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic -Tuesdays......................................................... (414) 933-1300 .......................... 29
                Lawyer Referral
                  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic - Wednesdays .................................................. (414) 384-3700 .......................... 28
                  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic -Tuesdays......................................................... (414) 933-1300 .......................... 29
                  Milwaukee Bar Association ................................................................................... (414) 274-6760 .......................... 32
                  Wisconsin Farm Center- ....................................................................................... (608) 224-5012 .......................... 59
                Legal Services
                  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
                  Centro Legal.......................................................................................................... (414) 384-7900 .......................... 12
                  Disability Rights Wisconsin ................................................................................... (800) 708-3034 .......................... 15
                  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
                  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic - Wednesdays .................................................. (414) 384-3700 .......................... 28
                  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic -Tuesdays......................................................... (414) 933-1300 .......................... 29
                  Milwaukee Bar Association ................................................................................... (414) 274-6760 .......................... 32


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   Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc ..................................................... (414) 839-8899 .......................... 37
   Ozaukee County Family Law Assistance Center .................................................. (262) 238-8410 .......................... 39
   Victim Witness Unit ............................................................................................... (262) 238-8387 .......................... 55
   Wisconsin Farm Center- ....................................................................................... (608) 224-5012 .......................... 59
   Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance ............................................. (800) 236-8517 .......................... 60

Leukemia
   Leukemia & Lymphoma Society-Wisconsin Chapter............................................. (800) 261-7399 .......................... 26
Libraries
   Cedarburg Public Library ...................................................................................... (262) 375-7640 .......................... 11
   Eastern Shores Library System-Bookmobile ......................................................... (920) 208-4900 .......................... 17
   Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-Thiensville .............................................. (262) 242-2593 .......................... 19
   Kacmarcik Education Resource Center ................................................................ (262) 243-7448 .......................... 25
   Oscar Grady Public Library ................................................................................... (262) 284-6022 .......................... 38
   U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library.................................................................. (262) 375-5315 .......................... 53
   W.J. Niederkorn Library ........................................................................................ (262) 284-5031 .......................... 56
   Wisconsin Talking Book & Braille Library .............................................................. (800) 242-8822 .......................... 61
Licenses/Registrations/Titles
   Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
   Division of Motor Vehicle Service Center-Saukville............................................... (800) 924-3570 .......................... 15
   Division of Motor Vehicles ..................................................................................... (414) 266-1000 .......................... 16
   Mequon Police Department ................................................................................... (262) 242-3500 .......................... 31
   Village of Grafton Police Department .................................................................... (262) 375-5320 .......................... 55
Literacy Programs
   Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County ............................................................. (262) 240-1084 ............................2
   Literacy Services of Wisconsin, Inc ....................................................................... (414) 344-5878 .......................... 27
Lung Diseases
   American Lung Association of Wisconsin ............................................................. (800) 586-4872 ............................5
Lupus
   Lupus Foundation of America, Wisconsin Chapter, Inc......................................... (866) 587-8794 .......................... 27
Meal Sites, Senior
   Belgium - Senior Dining Center ............................................................................. (262) 284-8120 ............................8
   Cedarburg Senior Center- ..................................................................................... (262) 375-7644 .......................... 11
   Fredonia - Senior Dining Center............................................................................ (262) 238-8120 .......................... 19
   Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Center .................................................................... (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
   Mequon at Oakwood Apartments-Senior Dining Center ....................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 30




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   Port Washington Senior Center............................................................................. (262) 284-5821 .......................... 45
   Port Washington-Maple Crest-Senior Dining Center ............................................. (262) 284-8120 .......................... 45
   Saukville - Senior Dining Center ........................................................................... (262) 284-8120 .......................... 49
   Thiensville - Senior Dining Center ......................................................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 52
Medicaid
   ACCESS ............................................................................................................... (608) 266-1865 ............................1
   Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
   Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
   Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Economic Support Unit ...................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 41
Medical Expense Assistance
   American Kidney Fund .......................................................................................... (866) 300-2900 ............................5
   Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology ..................................... (877) 887-6327 .......................... 19
   Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
Medical Supplies/Equipment
   American Kidney Fund .......................................................................................... (866) 300-2900 ............................5
   Family Sharing Food Pantry & Resale Shop ......................................................... (262) 377-0634 .......................... 18
   IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
   National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Wisconsin Chapter ...................................... (800) 242-3358 .......................... 36
   Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
   Wheelchair Recycling Program ............................................................................. (262) 439-8248 .......................... 57
   Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired Inc......................................... (800) 783-5213 .......................... 58
   Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center .............................................................. (262) 375-0010 .......................... 62
Medicare
   Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
   Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
Mental Health Education/Info
   InHealth Wisconsin, Inc ......................................................................................... (262) 238-9455 .......................... 24
   Mental Health America of Wisconsin..................................................................... (414) 276-3122 .......................... 30
   NAMI (Alliance for the Mentally Ill) Ozaukee ......................................................... (262) 243-3627 .......................... 34


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                  Positive Image Center ........................................................................................... (262) 306-7541 .......................... 46
                  Wisconsin Family Ties, Inc .................................................................................... (800) 422-7145 .......................... 59
                Mental Health Facilities
                  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
                  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
                  Aurora Family Service ........................................................................................... (414) 342-4560 ............................6
                  Cedar Creek Counseling S.C. ............................................................................... (262) 240-0299 ............................9
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
                  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
                  Crisis Intervention Team (Washington County) ..................................................... (866) 906-6565 .......................... 14
                  Crossroads Clinic and Family Center .................................................................... (262) 284-0600 .......................... 15
                  Grief Resource Center .......................................................................................... (414) 586-8383 .......................... 21
                  Huiras Center, The ................................................................................................ (800) 457-6004 .......................... 23
                  Lady of the Lake Counseling Service .................................................................... (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25
                  Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ............................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
                  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
                  Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Unit ........................................................ (262) 243-7388 .......................... 29
                  Mequon Clinical Associates .................................................................................. (262) 241-7778 .......................... 30
                  Milwaukee County Department of Health & Human Services ............................... (414) 257-7222 .......................... 32
                  Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc..................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
                  Office of Mental Health Services ........................................................................... (888) 469-6614 .......................... 37
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
                  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48
                  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
                Mental Illness Resources
                  Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Ozaukee County .................................. (262) 338-1614 .......................... 15
                  Mental Health America of Wisconsin..................................................................... (414) 276-3122 .......................... 30
                  Milwaukee County Department of Health & Human Services ............................... (414) 257-7222 .......................... 32
                  NAMI (Alliance for the Mentally Ill) Ozaukee ......................................................... (262) 243-3627 .......................... 34
                  NOVA Services, Inc .............................................................................................. (262) 338-8842 .......................... 37
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Community Support Program ............................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Positive Image Center ........................................................................................... (262) 306-7541 .......................... 46
                  Recovery International .......................................................................................... (414) 464-5121 .......................... 47
                  St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc ..................................................................................... (800) 840-1880 .......................... 50
                  Warmline Inc ......................................................................................................... (414) 777-4729 .......................... 56
                  Wisconsin Family Ties, Inc .................................................................................... (800) 422-7145 .......................... 59
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                  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
                Mentoring Programs
                  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee County, Inc .................................................. (262) 377-0784 ............................8
                Multiple Sclerosis
                  National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Wisconsin Chapter ...................................... (800) 242-3358 .......................... 36
                Muscular Dystrophy
                  Muscular Dystrophy Association District Office ..................................................... (414) 431-0154 .......................... 34
                Nature Centers/Walks
                  Riveredge Nature Center ...................................................................................... (800) 287-8098 .......................... 47
                Nicotine Addiction Resources
                  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
                  American Heart Association .................................................................................. (800) 242-9236 ............................4
                  American Lung Association of Wisconsin ............................................................. (800) 586-4872 ............................5
                  Milwaukee LGBT Community Center .................................................................... (414) 271-2656 .......................... 32
                  UW Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention.............................................. (608) 262-8673 .......................... 54
                Nursing Homes
                  Lasata Care Center ............................................................................................... (262) 377-5060 .......................... 25
                Nutrition
                  ACCESS ............................................................................................................... (608) 266-1865 ............................1
                  Belgium - Senior Dining Center ............................................................................. (262) 284-8120 ............................8
                  Cedarburg Senior Center- ..................................................................................... (262) 375-7644 .......................... 11
                  Fredonia - Senior Dining Center............................................................................ (262) 238-8120 .......................... 19
                  Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Center .................................................................... (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
                  Mequon at Oakwood Apartments-Senior Dining Center ....................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 30
                  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
                  Port Washington Senior Center............................................................................. (262) 284-5821 .......................... 45
                  Port Washington-Maple Crest-Senior Dining Center ............................................. (262) 284-8120 .......................... 45
                  Saukville - Senior Dining Center ........................................................................... (262) 284-8120 .......................... 49
                  Thiensville - Senior Dining Center ......................................................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 52


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  UW Extension Cooperative Extension Ozaukee County-...................................... (262) 284-8288 .......................... 54
  Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center .............................................................. (262) 375-0010 .......................... 62
Older Adults
  AARP Wisconsin State Office ............................................................................... (866) 448-3611 ............................1
  ACCESS ............................................................................................................... (608) 266-1865 ............................1
  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
  Belgium - Senior Dining Center ............................................................................. (262) 284-8120 ............................8
  Cedarburg Senior Center- ..................................................................................... (262) 375-7644 .......................... 11
  Cedarburg Senior Van Service.............................................................................. (262) 375-7644 .......................... 11
  COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
  Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA ................................................................................ (262) 268-9622 .......................... 18
  Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology ..................................... (877) 887-6327 .......................... 19
  Fredonia - Senior Dining Center............................................................................ (262) 238-8120 .......................... 19
  Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Center .................................................................... (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
  Lasata Heights ...................................................................................................... (262) 377-6001 .......................... 26
  Logemann Community Center, Inc........................................................................ (262) 242-7471 .......................... 27
  MemoryMinders LLC ............................................................................................. (262) 707-9387 .......................... 29
  Mequon at Oakwood Apartments-Senior Dining Center ....................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 30
  Mequon-Thiensville Senior Programming ............................................................. (262) 238-7537 .......................... 31
  N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc ....................................................................... (920) 468-1161 .......................... 34
  Ozaukee County Shared-Ride Taxi ....................................................................... (262) 284-8294 .......................... 40
  Port Washington Senior Center............................................................................. (262) 284-5821 .......................... 45
  Port Washington-Maple Crest-Senior Dining Center ............................................. (262) 284-8120 .......................... 45
  Saukville - Senior Dining Center ........................................................................... (262) 284-8120 .......................... 49
  Thiensville - Senior Dining Center ......................................................................... (262) 238-8120 .......................... 52
  U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development ..................................................... (888) 995-4673 .......................... 52
  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
  Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center .............................................................. (262) 375-0010 .......................... 62
Overspenders
  Debtors Anonymous General Service Board, Inc .................................................. (800) 421-2383 .......................... 15
Pain Management
  Lady of the Lake Counseling Service .................................................................... (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25
  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
Parenting Programs
  Aurora Family Service ........................................................................................... (414) 342-4560 ............................6
  Center for Blind and Visually Impaired Children, Inc ............................................. (414) 355-3060 .......................... 11




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  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
  Columbia Center ................................................................................................... (262) 241-7777 .......................... 13
  COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
  HOPE Network, Inc ............................................................................................... (262) 251-7333 .......................... 22
  National Runaway Switchboard ............................................................................ (800) 786-2929 .......................... 36
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
  Parenting Network, The ........................................................................................ (414) 671-5575 .......................... 43
  Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin ............................................................................ (800) 244-5336 .......................... 47
  Starting Point of Ozaukee ..................................................................................... (262) 375-1110 .......................... 51
  UW Extension Cooperative Extension Ozaukee County-...................................... (262) 284-8288 .......................... 54
  Youth and Family Project, Inc ............................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63
Pharmacies that Deliver
  Ye Olde Pharmacy and Wellness Center .............................................................. (262) 375-0010 .......................... 62
Physical Fitness
  Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA ................................................................................ (262) 268-9622 .......................... 18
  Mequon-Thiensville Senior Programming ............................................................. (262) 238-7537 .......................... 31
Poison Control
  UW Extension Cooperative Extension Ozaukee County-...................................... (262) 284-8288 .......................... 54
  Wisconsin Poison Center ...................................................................................... (800) 222-1222 .......................... 60
Police
  Belgium Village Marshal ........................................................................................ (262) 483-8751 ............................8
  Cedarburg Police Department ....................................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 10
  Fredonia Police Department.......................................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 19
  Mequon Police Department ........................................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 31
  Port Washington Police Department ............................................................................. 9-1-1 .................................. 45
  Thiensville Police Department ....................................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 52
  Village of Grafton Police Department ............................................................................ 9-1-1 .................................. 55
  Village of Saukville Police Department.......................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 55


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                Police Ride Along Programs
                  Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
                  Ozaukee County Sheriff Department .................................................................... (262) 284-7172 .......................... 40
                Post-Partum Depression
                  Columbia Center ................................................................................................... (262) 241-7777 .......................... 13
                  Postpartum Support International.......................................................................... (800) 944-4773 .......................... 47
                  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60

                Preschool Programs
                  Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA ................................................................................ (262) 268-9622 .......................... 18
                  Grafton School District .......................................................................................... (262) 376-5400 .......................... 21
                  Logemann Community Center, Inc........................................................................ (262) 242-7471 .......................... 27
                  Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department ......................................................... (262) 238-7535 .......................... 31
                Prescription Expense Assist
                  ACCESS ............................................................................................................... (608) 266-1865 ............................1
                  American Kidney Fund .......................................................................................... (866) 300-2900 ............................5
                  FamilyWize Partnership ........................................................................................ (800) 222-2818 .......................... 18
                  Huiras Family Community Health Center .............................................................. (262) 243-7533 .......................... 23
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Pharmacy Research & Manufacturers of America ................................................ (888) 477-2669 .......................... 44
                  Pick N Save Pharmacy ......................................................................................... (262) 253-4705 .......................... 44
                  Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
                  Wheaton Franciscan Pharmacy ............................................................................ (414) 447-2585 .......................... 57
                Public Health Services
                  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
                Radon Testing
                  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
                Recreation / Sports
                  Badger Assn of the Blind and Visually Impaired, Inc ............................................. (414) 258-9200 ............................7
                  Balance, Inc .......................................................................................................... (262) 268-6811 ............................8
                  Cedarburg Parks and Recreation Department- ..................................................... (262) 375-7611 .......................... 10
                  Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA ................................................................................ (262) 268-9622 .......................... 18
                  Fredonia Recreation Department .......................................................................... (262) 692-6813 .......................... 19
                  Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Center .................................................................... (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
                  Grafton Parks and Recreation ............................................................................... (262) 375-5310 .......................... 21
                  Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department ......................................................... (262) 238-7535 .......................... 31
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                  Ozaukee County Circle of Friends, Inc.................................................................. (262) 375-2606 .......................... 38
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Long Term Support Division ............................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42
                  Port Washington Park and Recreation Department- ............................................. (262) 284-5881 .......................... 45
                Recycling
                  Advocates of Ozaukee .......................................................................................... (262) 284-6902 ............................2
                  Cedarburg Police Department ............................................................................... (262) 375-7620 .......................... 10
                  Freecycle Network, The .................................................................................................... ...................................... 20
                  UW Extension Cooperative Extension Ozaukee County-...................................... (262) 284-8288 .......................... 54
                  Village of Saukville Police Department.................................................................. (262) 284-0444 .......................... 55
                  Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County ................................................................... (262) 377-1616 .......................... 56
                Rehabilitation Services
                  Badger Assn of the Blind and Visually Impaired, Inc ............................................. (414) 258-9200 ............................7
                  Center for Deaf-Blind Persons, Inc........................................................................ (414) 481-7535 .......................... 12
                  Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc .................................................................................. (800) 422-2324 .......................... 16
                  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Community Support Program ............................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Portal Industries, Inc ............................................................................................. (262) 377-4410 .......................... 46
                Rent Payment Assistance
                  AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Economic Support Unit ...................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 41
                  Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
                  Salvation Army Voucher Program ......................................................................... (262) 552-6802 .......................... 48
                  Youth and Family Project, Inc ............................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63
                Respite Care & Referrals
                  Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County- ..................................... (262) 284-8120 ............................3
                  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
                  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Child Protective Services ................................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Long Term Support Division ............................... (262) 284-8200 .......................... 42


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Restraining Order
  Advocates of Ozaukee .......................................................................................... (262) 284-6902 ............................2
  Circuit Court of Ozaukee County........................................................................... (262) 284-8409 .......................... 13
  Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................................. (800) 236-1128 .......................... 26
Ride Sharing Programs
  Ozaukee County Shared-Ride Taxi ....................................................................... (262) 284-8294 .......................... 40
  Wisconsin Rideshare ............................................................................................ (800) 455-7665 .......................... 60

Road Conditions
  Wisconsin Road Conditions .......................................................................................... 5-1-1 .................................. 61
Runaways
  Boys Town (National Hotline) ................................................................................ (800) 448-3000 ............................9
  National Center for Missing and Exploited Children .............................................. (800) 843-5678 .......................... 35
  National Runaway Switchboard ............................................................................ (800) 786-2929 .......................... 36
  Youth and Family Project, Inc ............................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63
School Districts
  Cedar Grove-Belgium School District.................................................................... (920) 668-8686 ............................9
  Cedarburg School District ..................................................................................... (262) 376-6100 .......................... 11
  Grafton School District .......................................................................................... (262) 376-5400 .......................... 21
  Mequon-Thiensville School District ....................................................................... (262) 238-8503 .......................... 31
  Northern Ozaukee School District ......................................................................... (262) 692-2489 .......................... 37
  Port Washington-Saukville School District ............................................................ (262) 268-6000 .......................... 46
School Supplies
  Family Sharing Food Pantry & Resale Shop ......................................................... (262) 377-0634 .......................... 18
  Food Pantry Inc, The ............................................................................................. (262) 284-1148 .......................... 18
Sexual Assault Hotlines
  Advocates of Ozaukee .......................................................................................... (262) 284-6902 ............................2
  Aurora Sexual Assault Treatment Center .............................................................. (414) 219-5555 ............................7
  National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline ................................................................... (866) 331-9474 .......................... 36
Sexual Assault Treatment
  Aurora Sexual Assault Treatment Center .............................................................. (414) 219-5555 ............................7
Sexual Identity Issues
  Diverse and Resilient Inc ...................................................................................... (414) 390-0444 .......................... 15
  Gay Straight Alliance for Safe Schools Inc ............................................................ (608) 661-4141 .......................... 20
  Gay Youth Wisconsin Hotline ................................................................................ (866) 429-9688 .......................... 20
  Milwaukee LGBT Community Center .................................................................... (414) 271-2656 .......................... 32




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  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
  Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin ........................................................................ (800) 230-7526 .......................... 44
Shelter, Abuse
  Advocates of Ozaukee .......................................................................................... (262) 284-6902 ............................2
Shelter, Animal
  Ozaukee Humane Society, Inc .............................................................................. (262) 377-7580 .......................... 43
Shelter, Homeless
  Hebron House Shelter........................................................................................... (262) 334-7450 .......................... 22
  IMPACT - (211) ..................................................................................................... (414) 773-0211 .......................... 23
  Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
Shelter, Runaways/Youth
  Youth and Family Project, Inc ............................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63
Shelter, Transitional
  Adult Rehabilitation Center.................................................................................... (414) 276-4316 ............................2
  Meta House ........................................................................................................... (414) 962-1200 .......................... 31
  NOVA Services, Inc .............................................................................................. (262) 338-8842 .......................... 37
  Youth and Family Project, Inc ............................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63
Sheriff
  Milwaukee County Office of the Sheriff ......................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 32
  Ozaukee County Sheriff Department ............................................................................ 9-1-1 .................................. 40
  Sheboygan County Sheriff Department......................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 49
  Washington County Sheriff Department ........................................................................ 9-1-1 .................................. 57
  Waukesha County Sheriff Department .......................................................................... 9-1-1 .................................. 57
Single Parents
  HOPE Network, Inc ............................................................................................... (262) 251-7333 .......................... 22
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42




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                Stress Management
                  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
                  Cedar Creek Counseling S.C. ............................................................................... (262) 240-0299 ............................9
                  Lady of the Lake Counseling Service .................................................................... (262) 268-0208 .......................... 25
                  Lighthouse Clinic, Inc ............................................................................................ (414) 964-9200 .......................... 26
                  Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ................................ (262) 377-2902 .......................... 27
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
                  Recovery International .......................................................................................... (414) 464-5121 .......................... 47
                  Sowing the Seeds of Hope .................................................................................... (608) 224-5051 .......................... 50
                  St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc ..................................................................................... (800) 840-1880 .......................... 50
                  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
                Stroke/Heart Diseases
                  American Heart Association .................................................................................. (800) 242-9236 ............................4
                Suicide
                  2-1-1 First Call For Help ................................................................................................ 2-1-1 ....................................1
                  Boys Town (National Hotline) ................................................................................ (800) 448-3000 ............................9
                  COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
                  Crisis Intervention Team (Washington County) ..................................................... (866) 906-6565 .......................... 14
                  Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Unit ........................................................ (262) 243-7388 .......................... 29
                  Mental Health America of Wisconsin..................................................................... (414) 276-3122 .......................... 30
                  Milwaukee County Department of Health & Human Services ............................... (414) 257-7222 .......................... 32
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Counseling Center ............................................. (262) 284-8200 .......................... 41
                  Survivors Helping Survivors .................................................................................. (414) 545-8786 .......................... 51
                Support Groups, Abuse/Violence
                  Advocates of Ozaukee .......................................................................................... (262) 284-6902 ............................2
                Support Groups, Addictions
                  Al-Anon Family Groups of SE Wisconsin .............................................................. (414) 257-2415 ............................3
                  Alcoholics Anonymous - Ozaukee County ............................................................ (414) 771-9119 ............................3
                  Cocaine Anonymous ............................................................................................. (414) 445-5433 .......................... 13
                  Debtors Anonymous General Service Board, Inc .................................................. (800) 421-2383 .......................... 15
                  Families Anonymous, Inc ...................................................................................... (262) 227-6655 .......................... 17
                  Gamblers Anonymous International ...................................................................... (414) 299-0901 .......................... 20
                  Narcotics Anonymous ........................................................................................... (866) 913-3837 .......................... 34
                  New Day Club Inc, The ......................................................................................... (262) 241-4673 .......................... 36
                  Overeaters Anonymous, Inc .................................................................................. (505) 891-2664 .......................... 38
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                  Starting Point of Ozaukee ..................................................................................... (262) 375-1110 .......................... 51
                  Twenty Four Hour Club, The ................................................................................. (262) 242-9999 .......................... 52
                  Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling ............................................................. (800) 426-2535 .......................... 59
                Support Groups, Bereavement
                  Compassionate Friends of Ozaukee County ......................................................... (262) 376-1724 .......................... 14
                  Grief Resource Center .......................................................................................... (414) 586-8383 .......................... 21
                  Grief Support Group .............................................................................................. (262) 377-0380 .......................... 22
                  GriefShare ............................................................................................................. (262) 377-6610 .......................... 22
                  Saint Mary's Catholic Church - Grief Support........................................................ (262) 284-5771 .......................... 48
                  Spousal Loss Support Group ................................................................................ (262) 375-1724 .......................... 50
                  Survivors Helping Survivors .................................................................................. (414) 545-8786 .......................... 51
                Support Groups, Disease/Disability
                  AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
                  Alzheimer's Association ........................................................................................ (800) 272-3900 ............................4
                  American Cancer Society ...................................................................................... (262) 523-5500 ............................4
                  American Diabetes Association............................................................................. (800) 342-2383 ............................4
                  Aurora Advanced Healthcare Cedar Creek Clinic ................................................. (262) 375-3700 ............................6
                  Aurora Advanced Healthcare Port Washington Clinic ........................................... (262) 284-3756 ............................6
                  Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc .................................................... (414) 427-9345 ............................7
                  Autism Spectrum Disorder Support Group ............................................................ (262) 376-1250 ............................7
                  Badger Assn of the Blind and Visually Impaired, Inc ............................................. (414) 258-9200 ............................7
                  Center for Deaf-Blind Persons, Inc........................................................................ (414) 481-7535 .......................... 12
                  Cleft Palate Foundation ......................................................................................... (800) 242-5338 .......................... 13
                  Easter Seals Wisconsin, Inc .................................................................................. (800) 422-2324 .......................... 16
                  Endometriosis Association .................................................................................... (800) 992-3636 .......................... 17
                  Epilepsy Foundation Southeast Wisconsin ........................................................... (800) 332-1000 .......................... 17
                  Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation SE Wis Chapter ................................... (414) 453-4673 .......................... 24
                  Leukemia & Lymphoma Society-Wisconsin Chapter............................................. (800) 261-7399 .......................... 26
                  Lupus Foundation of America, Wisconsin Chapter, Inc......................................... (866) 587-8794 .......................... 27


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  Memory Loss Support Group - Grafton ................................................................. (920) 838-1311 .......................... 29
  Memory Loss Support Group - Mequon ................................................................ (414) 479-8800 .......................... 29
  Memory Loss Support Group - Port ...................................................................... (920) 838-1311 .......................... 29
  Mothers United for Moral Support, Inc .................................................................. (920) 336-5333 .......................... 33
  Muscular Dystrophy Association District Office ..................................................... (414) 431-0154 .......................... 34
  National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin ............................................................. (800) 543-6393 .......................... 35
  National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Wisconsin Chapter ...................................... (800) 242-3358 .......................... 36
  Sister Warriors ...................................................................................................... (262) 243-7478 .......................... 49
  VIP Group ............................................................................................................. (262) 242-2248 .......................... 56
  Wisconsin Branch-International Dyslexia Association ........................................... (608) 355-0911 .......................... 57
  Wisconsin Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Association, Inc ........................................ (608) 834-1001 .......................... 58
Support Groups, Divorce
  DivorceCare .......................................................................................................... (262) 375-1435 .......................... 16
  Grief Resource Center .......................................................................................... (414) 586-8383 .......................... 21
Support Groups, Job Seekers
  Lumen Christi Employment Network North ........................................................... (262) 242-7967 .......................... 27
  U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library.................................................................. (262) 375-5315 .......................... 53
  Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee County .............................................. (262) 238-2880 .......................... 62
Support Groups, Mental Health
  Columbia Center ................................................................................................... (262) 241-7777 .......................... 13
  Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Ozaukee County .................................. (262) 338-1614 .......................... 15
  Mental Health America of Wisconsin..................................................................... (414) 276-3122 .......................... 30
  NAMI (Alliance for the Mentally Ill) Ozaukee ......................................................... (262) 243-3627 .......................... 34
  Positive Image Center ........................................................................................... (262) 306-7541 .......................... 46
  Postpartum Support International.......................................................................... (800) 944-4773 .......................... 47
  Recovery International .......................................................................................... (414) 464-5121 .......................... 47
  Wisconsin Family Ties, Inc .................................................................................... (800) 422-7145 .......................... 59
Support Groups, Parenting
  Columbia Center ................................................................................................... (262) 241-7777 .......................... 13
  MOMS Club........................................................................................................... (414) 571-2258 .......................... 33
  Parent to Parent of Wisconsin ............................................................................... (715) 361-2890 .......................... 43
  Parenting Network, The ........................................................................................ (414) 671-5575 .......................... 43
  Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin ............................................................................ (800) 244-5336 .......................... 47
Swimming Safety Education
  American Red Cross in Southeastern Wisconsin .................................................. (414) 342-8680 ............................5
  Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department ......................................................... (262) 238-7535 .......................... 31




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Tax Preparation Assistance
  AARP Wisconsin State Office ............................................................................... (866) 448-3611 ............................1
  Volunteer Income Tax Assistance ......................................................................... (800) 829-1040 .......................... 56
Technical Colleges
  Milwaukee Area Technical College ....................................................................... (262) 238-2200 .......................... 32
Teens
  4-H and Youth Development ................................................................................. (262) 284-8288 ............................1
  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
  American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin ......................................................... (414) 272-4032 ............................4
  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee County, Inc .................................................. (262) 377-0784 ............................8
  Boys Town (National Hotline) ................................................................................ (800) 448-3000 ............................9
  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin- .............................................................. (414) 453-1400 .......................... 12
  Children's Service Society of Wisconsin-Sheboygan ............................................ (920) 458-5062 .......................... 13
  COPE Hotline ........................................................................................................ (262) 377-2673 .......................... 14
  Crossroads Clinic and Family Center .................................................................... (262) 284-0600 .......................... 15
  Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA ................................................................................ (262) 268-9622 .......................... 18
  Fredonia Recreation Department .......................................................................... (262) 692-6813 .......................... 19
  Logemann Community Center, Inc........................................................................ (262) 242-7471 .......................... 27
  Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department ......................................................... (262) 238-7535 .......................... 31
  National Center for Missing and Exploited Children .............................................. (800) 843-5678 .......................... 35
  National Runaway Switchboard ............................................................................ (800) 786-2929 .......................... 36
  National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline ................................................................... (866) 331-9474 .......................... 36
  Northshore Clinic & Consultants, Inc..................................................................... (262) 375-1116 .......................... 37
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
  Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin ........................................................................ (800) 230-7526 .......................... 44
  Port Washington Park and Recreation Department- ............................................. (262) 284-5881 .......................... 45
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Milwaukee ................................................................... (800) 767-4411 .......................... 47
  Rogers Memorial Hospital-Oconomowoc .............................................................. (414) 327-3000 .......................... 48


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                  St. Aemilian-Lakeside, Inc ..................................................................................... (800) 840-1880 .......................... 50
                  Starting Point of Ozaukee ..................................................................................... (262) 375-1110 .......................... 51
                  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
                  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
                  Workforce 2020 Youth Apprenticeship Program ................................................... (262) 268-6074 .......................... 62
                  Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee County .............................................. (262) 238-2880 .......................... 62
                  Youth and Family Project, Inc ............................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63
                Transportation, Public
                  Ozaukee County Express (Bus) ............................................................................ (414) 344-6711 .......................... 39
                  Ozaukee County Shared-Ride Taxi ....................................................................... (262) 284-8294 .......................... 40
                  TransPORT Taxi Service ...................................................................................... (262) 284-0090 .......................... 52
                Transportation, Senior
                  Cedarburg Senior Van Service.............................................................................. (262) 375-7644 .......................... 11
                  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
                  Ozaukee County Express (Bus) ............................................................................ (414) 344-6711 .......................... 39
                  Ozaukee County Shared-Ride Taxi ....................................................................... (262) 284-8294 .......................... 40
                  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
                  TransPORT Taxi Service ...................................................................................... (262) 284-0090 .......................... 52
                Transportation, Specialized
                  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
                  Ozaukee County Shared-Ride Taxi ....................................................................... (262) 284-8294 .......................... 40
                  Veterans Service Office ........................................................................................ (262) 238-8326 .......................... 55
                Unemployment Benefits
                  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic - Wednesdays .................................................. (414) 384-3700 .......................... 28
                  Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic -Tuesdays......................................................... (414) 933-1300 .......................... 29
                  Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development ............................................... (800) 822-5246 .......................... 59
                Utility Assistance
                  AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc .............................................................. (800) 359-9272 ............................3
                  AT&T Lifeline Wisconsin ....................................................................................... (800) 440-9853 ............................6
                  Ozaukee Cty Human Services - Economic Support Unit ...................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 41
                  Ozaukee Works..................................................................................................... (262) 284-8248 .......................... 43
                  Saint Vincent De Paul Society............................................................................... (262) 284-4637 .......................... 48
                  Salvation Army Voucher Program ......................................................................... (262) 552-6802 .......................... 48
                  Youth and Family Project, Inc ............................................................................... (262) 375-4683 .......................... 63
                Veterans Services and Programs
                  Office of Mental Health Services ........................................................................... (888) 469-6614 .......................... 37
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                  Veterans Industries ............................................................................................... (414) 384-2000 .......................... 54
                  Veterans Service Office ........................................................................................ (262) 238-8326 .......................... 55
                  Vietnam Veterans of America................................................................................ (800) 273-8255 .......................... 55
                  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
                  Workforce Development Center - Ozaukee County .............................................. (262) 238-2880 .......................... 62
                Veterinary Expense Assistance
                  Ozaukee Humane Society, Inc .............................................................................. (262) 377-7580 .......................... 43
                Visual Impaired/Blindness
                  Badger Assn of the Blind and Visually Impaired, Inc ............................................. (414) 258-9200 ............................7
                  Center for Blind and Visually Impaired Children, Inc ............................................. (414) 355-3060 .......................... 11
                  Center for Deaf-Blind Persons, Inc........................................................................ (414) 481-7535 .......................... 12
                  IndependenceFirst, Inc .......................................................................................... (414) 291-7520 .......................... 23
                  VIP Group ............................................................................................................. (262) 242-2248 .......................... 56
                  Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired Inc......................................... (800) 783-5213 .......................... 58
                  Wisconsin School for the Visually Handicapped ................................................... (800) 832-9784 .......................... 61
                  Wisconsin Talking Book & Braille Library .............................................................. (800) 242-8822 .......................... 61
                Vocational Assessment
                  Achievement Associates, Ltd. ............................................................................... (262) 241-5099 ............................2
                  Portal Industries, Inc ............................................................................................. (262) 377-4410 .......................... 46
                  Veterans Industries ............................................................................................... (414) 384-2000 .......................... 54
                Volunteer Opportunities
                  Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County ................................................................... (262) 377-1616 .......................... 56
                Water Testing
                  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
                Weatherization Programs
                  Partners for Community Development, Inc ........................................................... (800) 584-8172 .......................... 44
                WIC
                  ACCESS ............................................................................................................... (608) 266-1865 ............................1
                  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39


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  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
Wish Foundations
  Make a Wish Foundation of Wisconsin ................................................................. (800) 236-9474 .......................... 28
Women
  Aro Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.............................................................................. (262) 284-3117 ............................6
  Huiras Family Community Health Center .............................................................. (262) 243-7533 .......................... 23
  Ozaukee County Public Health Department .......................................................... (262) 284-8170 .......................... 39
  Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin ........................................................................ (800) 230-7526 .......................... 44
  Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers, Inc ............................ (262) 242-3810 .......................... 58
  Wisconsin Public Health Information and Referral Service ................................... (800) 722-2295 .......................... 60
  Women, Minority & Beginning Farmers ................................................................. (800) 942-2474 .......................... 61
Yard Maintenance
  Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County .............................................................. (262) 284-7130 .......................... 24
  Ozaukee Family Services...................................................................................... (262) 376-7774 .......................... 42
Youth Agricultural Programs
  4-H and Youth Development ................................................................................. (262) 284-8288 ............................1
Youth Centers
  Cedarburg Youth Center ....................................................................................... (262) 375-7611 .......................... 11
  Logemann Community Center, Inc........................................................................ (262) 242-7471 .......................... 27




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                                                           Keyword Groups
                 Addiction Resources
                 Abuse, Child - Prevention/Programs                            Gambling Addiction
                 Alcohol Abuse Services and Programs                           Nicotine Addiction Resources
                 Detoxification                                                Overspenders
                 Drug Abuse Services and Programs                              Shelter, Transitional
                 Eating Disorders                                              Support Groups, Addictions

                 Agriculture
                 Agricultural Programs                                         Farmers/Agricultural Workers
                 Farmers Markets                                               Youth Agricultural Programs

                 Basic Needs & Financial Assistance
                 Baby Items                                                    Home Improvement/Modification
                 Car Seats                                                     Home Maintenance Assistance
                 Child Care Assistance/Referrals                               Household Items
                 Clothing                                                      Housing, Low-Income and Referrals
                 Counseling, Financial                                         Medical Expense Assistance
                 Debt Management (including foreclosure prevention)            Prescription Expense Assist
                 Farmers Markets                                               Public Health Services
                 Financial Assistance                                          Rent Payment Assistance
                 Food Cooperatives                                             School Supplies
                 Food Pantries/Emergency Food                                  Shelter, Homeless
                 FoodShare/Food Stamps/Voucher                                 Unemployment Benefits
                 Furniture                                                     Utility Assistance
                 Grocery Delivery                                              Veterinary Expense Assistance
                 Health Care - Uninsured People                                Weatherization Programs
                 Holiday Gift & Food Programs                                  WIC
                 Home Financing

                 Conservation
                 Conservation                                                  Recycling
                 Nature Centers/Walks                                          Weatherization Programs

                 Consumer & Legal Resources
                 Advocacy                                Crime Prevention Programs                 Insurance
                 Better Business Bureau                  Crime Reporting Programs                  Landlord/Tenant Issues
                 Child Custody                           Debt Management (including                Lawyer Referral
                 Child Support                           foreclosure prevention)                   Legal Services
                 Consumer Complaints                     Discrimination                            Restraining Order
                 Consumer Education/Info                 Do Not Call Registries                    Tax Preparation Assistance
                 Counseling, Financial                   Home Financing
                 Counseling, Home Buyer                  Identity Theft


                 Diseases & Health Conditions
                 Alzheimer's/Dementia                    Diabetes                                  Leukemia
                 Arthritis                               Disabilities/Adults with                  Lung Diseases
KEYWORD GROUPS




                 Asthma                                  Disabilities/Children with                Lupus
                 Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity         Down Syndrome                             Multiple Sclerosis
                 Autism Spectrum Disorders               Dyslexia                                  Muscular Dystrophy
                 Birth Defects                           Endometriosis                             Sexually Transmitted Diseases
                 Cancer                                  Epilepsy                                  Stroke/Heart Diseases
                 Cerebral Palsy                          Hearing Impaired                          Support Groups,
                 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome                HIV/AIDS                                  Disease/Disability
                 Cleft Palate                            Kidney                                    Visual Impaired/Blindness




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Education/Information Facilities
Educational Programs                 Libraries                                School Districts
GED                                  Literacy Programs                        Technical Colleges

Employment/Job Related
Apprenticeship Training                                   Job Training
Counseling, Career                                        Support Groups, Job Seekers
Job Search Assistance                                     Vocational Assessment

Health & Wellbeing
Adult Day Care                       Grocery Delivery                         Medical Supplies/Equipment
Alternative Medicine Info            Group Homes                              Medicare
BadgerCare Plus                      Health Care - In-Home                    Nursing Homes
Blood Bank                           Health Care - Uninsured                  Nutrition
Breastfeeding                        Health Education/Info                    Pain Management
Clinic, Medical                      Home Delivered Meals                     Pharmacies that Deliver
Clinic, Women's                      Hospice Care Referrals                   Physical Fitness
Companion Services                   Hospital/Medical Facility                Prescription Expense Assistance
CPR                                  Housekeeping Assistance                  Public Health Services
Dental Care                          Immunizations                            Respite Care & Referrals
Elderly Housing Referrals            Independent Living Sites                 Rehabilitation Services
Errands/Shopping                     Meal Sites, Senior                       WIC
Family Planning                      Medicaid                                 Yard Maintenance
Friendly Visiting                    Medical Expense Assistance


Hotlines/Helplines/Assist by Telephone
211 Lines/I&R #s                                          Helplines/Warmlines
Assurance Calls                                           Sexual Assault Hotlines
Crisis Intervention –Telephone                            Suicide

Law Enforcement/Safety/Emergency Management
Abuse, Child - Prevention            Disaster Relief                          Radon Testing
Abuse, Domestic                      Emergency Management                     Restraining Order
Abuse, Elder                         Fire Departments/Services                Road Conditions
Animal Control                       First Aid Training                       Sexual Assault Treatment
Citizen Police Academies             Hazardous Materials Control              Shelter, Abuse
Coroner Services                     Hunter Safety Education                  Shelter, Animal
Court Filing Offices                 Jail/Correctional Facilities             Sheriff
Crime Prevention Programs            Licenses/Registrations/Titles            Suicide
Crime Reporting Programs             Poison Control                           Swimming Safety Education
Crime Victim Programs                Police                                   Water Testing
Crisis Intervention-In Person        Police Ride Along Programs
Crisis Intervention-Telephone        Public Health Services

Leisure Activities
Arts                                                      Physical Fitness
Dog Parks                                                 Recreation/Sports
Educational Programs                                      Volunteer Opportunities
Nature Centers/Walks                                      Youth Centers
                                                                                                                KEYWORD GROUPS

Mental Health
Anger Management                                          Mental Illness Resources
Anxiety Treatment Bereavement                             Post-Partum Depression
Counseling                                                Sexual Assault Hotlines
Counseling Referral Services                              Sexual Identity Issues
Counseling, Family &/or Marriage                          Stress Management
Counseling, Sexual Assault                                Suicide
Depression                                                Support Groups, Abuse/Violence
Helplines/Warmlines                                       Support Groups, Bereavement
Mental Health Education/Info                              Support Groups, Divorce
Mental Health Facilities                                  Support Groups, Mental Health

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                 Target Populations
                 Caregivers                                      Older Adults
                 Children                                        Runaways
                 Disabilities/Adults with                        Single Parents
                 Disabilities/Children with                      Teens
                 Elderly, Frail                                  Veterans Services and Programs
                 Farmers/Agricultural Workers                    Women
                 Gay/Lesbian/Bi & Transsexuals


                 Transportation
                 Ride Sharing Programs                           Transportation, Senior
                 Transportation, Public                          Transportation, Specialized


                 Youth & Family Programs
                 Abuse, Child-Prevention/Programs                Preschool Programs
                 Abuse, Domestic                                 Runaways
                 Adoption Related Programs                       Shelter, Abuse
                 After School Programs                           Shelter, Runaways/Youth
                 Child Care Assistance/Referrals                 Single Parents
                 Child Custody                                   Support Groups, Divorce
                 Child Support                                   Support Groups, Parenting
                 Children                                        Teens
                 Family Planning                                 Wish Foundations
                 Foster Care                                     Youth Agricultural Programs
                 Mentoring Programs                              Youth Centers
                 Parenting Programs
KEYWORD GROUPS




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Depression
is an illness.     is nothing to be ashamed of — is treatable.


                 Signs of Depression
                    • Uncontrollable anger or irritability
                    • Withdrawing from family or friends
                    • Self-injury such as cutting oneself
                    • Feeling alone or empty inside
                    • Low self-esteem or feelings
                      of worthlessness
                    • Changes in sleep patterns
                    • Weight gain or weight loss
                    • Feeling sad or crying a lot
                    • Loss of interest in once
                      enjoyable activities
                    • Drug or alcohol abuse
                    • Chronic worry or fear
                    • Loss of energy
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