Through a combined effort between St. Joseph Food Program, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, and other community partners, the Fox Cities Food Partnership has resources to help seniors, low-income households, and children obtain the food they need. This partnership will help to ensure food is available throughout the Fox Cities during and following this COVID-19 crisis.
We are able to interview in English, Spanish, Hmong, and ASL (through Zoom).
Do you need help to find safe transportation to get to work, medical appointments, access food, or for other essential needs? Many options are available. Follow the steps to find what will work best for you.
- Where you want to go
- When you need the ride
- If you have any special transportation needs, like wheelchair access or if you need to bring someone with you
Reach out to family, friends or neighbors who may be able to give you a ride.
Call a Mobility Manager to answer your questions and help you find a ride:
- Make The Ride Happen (920) 225-1719
- Valley Transit (920) 832-5800
Find a Ride Service that works best for you at Find a Ride Service
Having someone to talk to, whether it’s simply to talk about the weather, a tasty recipe or thoughts that have been weighing on you, connecting with someone can help. The power of human connection is just a phone call away.
Your community is here for you and ready to connect.
Reach out to your support network. Remember, your family, friends, or neighbors can be a good source of support.
Call the Leaven Warmline to connect with a trained volunteer who wants to listen to what you are going through at 920-931-2572
Call Volunteer Fox Cities to get connected with a volunteer Phone Pal based on how often you want to talk at 920-832-9360.
Call United Way’s 2-1-1 for access to health and human services. Dial 2-1-1. Free, Confidential, Available 24/7/365. Click here for more information.
Though our offices are closed to the public, services are available by calling the numbers listed.
B.A.B.E.S., Inc. Child Abuse Prevention Program is providing a limited amount of services, and working an adjusted schedule to meet the needs of its currently registered program participants. We plan to resume operations as an “Essential” entity, the week of May 04, 2020.
Partnership Community Health Center, Inc. (PCHC) aims to take care of the whole person: mind, body, and spirit. We offer integrated behavioral health services in our primary care and dental locations. We have a team of mental health professionals (Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC)) who provide individual, family, couples, and therapy at PCHC. Our Behavioral Health Consultants (BHC) provide collaborative behavioral health services.
Partnership Community Health Center aims to take care of the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. We offer integrated behavioral health services at our primary care and dental locations. We have a team of mental health professionals (Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Professional Counselors) who provide individual, family, and couples therapy.
During the current COVID-19 public health emergency, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is continuing to provide a diverse array of services.
Caregiver/family member relief. Peace of mind, safer than home, senior apartments with 3 home delivered meals daily, mobile store in-house, housekeeping, laundry, medication assistance or management, 24 hr assistance, RN/caregiving staff health screened per shift/daily. Safe Covid19 cognitive/social/emotional support makes it better than being alone at home. Respite (short term) or residential (ongoing).
NUTRITION PROGRAM: Home delivered meals are a service to help persons remain self-sufficient in their own home. Volunteers deliver nourishing prepared mid-day meals.
Calumet County Department of Health and Human Services (CCDHHS) is HFS 34, Level III-Certified as an Emergency Mental Health Service Program. Licensed therapists and other mental health professionals provide crisis intervention services 24 hours a day. Persons experiencing a crisis situation after hours should call 920-849-9317 (Chilton) or 920-832-4646 (Appleton).
Wisconsin Rental Assistance Program (WRAP) can help households who have had a reduction in income due to Covid-19 to avoid eviction
You may qualify for:
• Up to $1,000 per month for rent paid directly to landlord for up to 3 months
• Up to $3,000 maximum per household
• Eligible expenses: rent, back rent, security deposit, and first month’s rent
Catalpa Health offers comprehensive mental health services for kids from birth through age 18, and their families. Services include, but are not limited to, therapy and psychiatry (medication management). For the safety of the kids and families Catalpa serves, in alignment with State and CDC guidelines, all mental health services are now being provided via tele-health and can be accessed via video or audio (phone or computer).
In addition to serving existing Catalpa Health client families, Catalpa is available to serve new families seeking care as well. Same-week appointments can be made by calling (920) 750-7000.
The Center for Suicide Awareness is a non-profit organization that offers support groups for all ages of those who have lost a loved one to suicide, those who have attempted suicide, and for family members. We offer presentations for schools in helping students cope and know warning signs of suicide. We also offer training for educators, healthcare professionals, police, the video gaming community and others.
Somos un equipo de profesionales en la salud mental y con experiencia en una amplia gama de inquietudes tanto emocionales, como espirituales, relacionales y de comportamiento.
Trabajamos con familias, parejas e individuos desde niños hasta personas en la tercera edad. Somos un proveedor aprobado para la mayoría de los planes de seguros. Vemos personas de cualquier posición económica.
Ofrecemos servicios en español para hispanohablantes.
The YMCAs in the Fox Cities and Oshkosh areas, the Boys & Girls Clubs in Appleton, Menasha (Oshkosh and Berlin pending demand), and Child Care Resource and Referral all stepped up to meet potential child care demand.
During COVID-19 Safer at Home, reserving ahead is appreciated, but not required. We will have pre-packed bags available for no-contact pickup. We will also have limited delivery service for those with no transportation during this time.
The Cure from Despair- COVID-19 Fund was designed to assist those in the community that lost their job, were laid off, or self employed and are financially struggling directly caused from the COVID-19 medical crisis epidemic with a short term assistance.
The CCC is currently open to donors on Mondays 6-7 P.M. and Thursdays 9-11 A.M. Additionally, all clients are required to make an appointment in order to shop. You can schedule an appointment on our site.
Covey hosts Covey Connects Live Interactive Events
Covey, is now offering a series of live interactive classes and social engagements called “Covey Connects” to reduce the effects of social isolation on already vulnerable populations.
Provide assessment and determination of needs, recommendations to meet those needs, and assistance throughout the process and challenges of care giving, in-home support, relocation to/from assisted living, isolation, and medical management. Can coordinate, accompany, and be an advocate and extra set of eyes and ears at medical appointments or with other providers. Assist and support family caregivers, as well as the aging adult.
The Farmers Hotline is a 24/7 call center that provides information and support to farmers and their families in order to help grow Wisconsin’s agricultural economy. Core programs include: Financial planning, mediation and arbitration & Wisconsin farmer wellness program. Visit the link for more details.