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Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) 
Green County Human Services
N3152 State Road 81
Monroe, Wisconsin 53566.
(608) 328-9499
1-877-794-2372 toll free
608-328-9631 fax
 
The Aging & Disability Resource Center is here to help older people and people with disabilities, along with their families and caregivers, find services and resources to keep them living well and independently.  Our information and assistance is free and completely confidential.
 
 
 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Green County
1505 9th Street
Monroe, WI 53566
608-325-7855
 
Big Brothers Big Sisters provides guidance and support to at-risk children through long-term friendship matches. Children are matched with adults and spend an hour a week together. Children at school are matched with high school student mentors. Big Brothers and Big Sisters make a positive difference in the lives of children who improve in attributes like confidence, competence, and caring.

 
Blackhawk Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
2820 McFarland Road
Rockford, IL 61104
815-397-0210

www.arrowheadbsa.org  
 
Annual funding to the Blackhawk Area council from the United Way supports efforts to provide quality adult volunteer training, youth and volunteer recruitment and the development of special Scouting programs for children in economic or social need guided by the mission of the Boy Scouts of America.

The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is "To prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law".  The values, embodied in the Scout Oath and Scout Law, are as relevant today as in the past, but are challenging for anyone in our society.  Scouts memorize the Oath and Law and strive to live by them with adult leaders doing the same, as role models.  Through weekly meetings, monthly activities and special training events our youth experience values based leadership, citizenship and service training. 
 
 
Catholic Charities
Kathy Stellrecht, Vice President
P.O. Box 46550
Madison, WI  53744-6550
(608) 821-3100
kstellrecht@ccmadison.org
 
Funding received from the United Way helps Catholic Charities provide monthly recreational events for adults with developmental disabilities and a monthly Mobile Food Pantry at St. Vincent de Paul on the 3rd Thursday of the month.
 
 
 
Epilepsy Foundation Heart of Wisconsin
205 N Main Street, Suite 106
Janesville, WI  53545
608-755-1821
800-693-2287
 

Epilepsy Foundation Heart of Wisconsin provides support services for people and families with epilepsy or seizures; and public health education for schools, employers, first responders and other human service professionals.


FAITH Addiction Awareness of Green County

608-328-2832

fightaddictiontogether@gmail.com

www.faithgreencounty.wixsite.com/addictionawareness

FAITH's mission is to raise awareness and reduce the stigma of addiction by providing education, resources and support for affected individuals, families, and communities. 

 

Family Promise of Green County
1009 15th Avenue
PO Box 378
Monroe, WI  53566
608-328-2600
 
Helps homeless and near homeless families achieve sustainable independence by providing temporary shelter, job search skill training and help with budgeting, parenting skills and accessing local services.
 
 
Fowler Memorial Free Dental Clinic
N3150 Highway 81, Suite B-14
Monroe, WI 53566
Phone: 608-328-9404
 
The Fowler Memorial Free Dental Clinic is serving the dental needs of those children in Green County between the ages 3-12 who are under insured or uninsured.
 
 
Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Badgerland Council
Corporate Headquarters
2710 Ski Lane
Madison WI 53713
800-236-2710
 
Girl Scout Leadership Experience:  Girl Scouting creates girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
 
 
 
Green Cares Food Pantry
W5198 County Road C
Monticello, WI  53570
608-938-4238
 
The mission of Green Cares is to fight hunger in Green County by providing grocery staples to any person in Green County that meets the income standards.  The pantry is open Tuesday evenings and Thursday and Saturday mornings.
 
 
Green County Family YMCA
Aaron Phillips
1307 2nd St.
Monroe, WI 53566-1169
608 325-2003
Fax 325-2058   
 
The United Way funds financial assistance for memberships for all based upon income and life circumstance.
 
 
Green County Home Delivered Meals Program
Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) 
Green County Human Services
N3152 State Road 81
Monroe, Wisconsin 53566.
(608) 328-9499
 
The Home Delivered Meals Program provides hot, nutritious meals to homebound elderly and disabled people in Green County. The program also serves as a safety check, social visit and information source for this population.
 
 
  
Green Haven Family Advocates, Inc.
1811 11th Street
Monroe, Wisconsin  53566
Office Hours 9-5 weekdays
(608) 325-6489
24 hour a day crisis line
(608) 325-7711
 
Green Haven Family Advocates, Inc. is a community–based, not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the individuals and families of Green County affected by abuse and violence through prevention education, advocacy, support, and services.
 
 
 
Habitat for Humanity of Green County
608-329-4024
 
This program is intended to assist elderly or low income elderly (65 years of age and over) who have need for home modification issues that would place them at risk of losing their independent lifestyle if not addressed.  An assessment is conducted of both need and the feasibility of completing the required work.  Ramps, kitchen and bathroom modifications are typical projects that qualify.  Major projects such as roof repair are beyond the scope of this project.
 
 
 

Green County Council on Housing & Homelessness Prevention

608-328-2600
 
The coalition works to prevent homelessness in Green County by increasing the availability of emergency/temporary housing and affordable housing.  The Coalition also works to coordinate community networks that promote stable, self-sufficient families.
 
 
Interactive Parenting Class
Dee Jaye Miles
Children, Youth & Families Supervisor
Green County Human Services
N3152 Hwy 81
Monroe, WI  53566
608-328-9384
 
We are using United Way funding to provide a 12 week Interactive Parenting Class for families and children 2-12 that are at risk for abuse and/or neglect or placement outside of the parental home.  The class teaches basic parenting skills and attachment exercises to increase parenting and nurturing skills to parents.  The Agency contracts with Orion Family Services to provide a twelve (12) week, interactive parenting class for up to twelve families. The class is in a group format utilizing instruction combined with hands on parenting with the participant’s own children. The families are provided parenting instruction utilizing a Parent Child Interaction Curriculum (PCIT) and then demonstrate the skills learned with help and assistance from the instructors.
 
 
Literacy Council of Green County
Monroe Public Library
925 16th Street
Monroe, WI  53566
(608) 328-7010
 
 
Monroe Arts Center
1315 11th Street, P.O. Box 372
Monroe, Wisconsin 53566
608-325-5700
608-325-5701 (fax)
 
The Performances in the Schools Program provides at no charge, live professional performing arts experiences for students and their teachers from kindergarten to twelfth grade.
 
 
Monroe Preschool, Inc.
1025 1/2 15th Avenue
Monroe, WI  53566
(608) 325-5700
 
 
Orion Family Services 
608 270-2511/866 835-6879   
Hugh Meyers, Executive Director ext. 18
 
Orion Family Services provides a range of services designed to offer treatment and support to families and children.  Programs include counseling, parent education and support, family therapy, independent living skills for older teens, foster care and group home care for children and adolescents.
 
 
Rainbow Childcare of Monroe, Inc.
2709 6th St
Monroe, WI 53566
608-328-8203 Administration
608-328-8206 Infant and Toddlers
608-328-8242 Preschool and Schoolage
Fax 328-8255
Kristine Hartwig Administrator
 

Rainbow Childcare provides quality childcare for children 6 weeks through 12 years. United Way helps provide funds to assist low income working parents to be able to enroll their children in a safe environment with quality programs. Every child should have the opportunity to experience appropriate developmental activities. Rainbow runs year round and is open Monday - Friday 6am to 5:45pm.


SWCAP Neighborhood Health Partners Clinic

1017 17th Street
Monroe, WI  53566
608-328-9500

 

www.swnhp.org

SWCAP Neighborhood Health Partners provide confidential, low cost, high quality family planning and reproductive related health care services to women and men of all ages.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 Sexual Assault Recovery Program
Serving Rock and Green Counties
608-325-3142
866-666-4576 (24-hour hot line)
 
The Sexual Assault Recovery Program provides 24-hour Crisis Response to sexual assault victims and their families. We respond 24-7 to the hospitals and police stations to support victims of sexual assault. Our program provides medical and legal advocacy, therapy, crisis intervention, and community and school prevention education at no cost. SARP provides sexual assault prevention and awareness to all middle and high school students in Green County and has added an internet safety component. SARP is the only Sexual Assault Provider in Green County and works with all other agencies to insure the best services possible for victims of sexual assault.
 
Small World Childcare
107 2nd Street
New Glarus, WI 53574
608-527-2954
 
A not-for-Profit, nationally accredited organization that provides high-quality child care for children ages 6 weeks to 11 years. A 4 year old kindergarten program is offered in collaboration with the New Glarus School district and summer enrichment activities for school age children is available in addition to year-round child care. Funding from the United Way of Green County provides tuition assistance to families with financial need.
 
 
The Green County Salvation Army Service Extension Unit 
P.O. Box 141
Monroe, WI 53566
PH 608-214-5256
 
United Way Funds go towards increasing the general fund of the local Salvation Army. The general fund primarily exists to help area families and needy individuals in various ways but at times it also supplements grant programs and special projects as needed.
 
 
 
Wisconsin Badger Camp
P.O. Box 723
Platteville, WI 53818
phone: 608-348-9689
fax: 608-348-9737
www.badgercamp.org
wiscbadgercamp@centurytel.net
 
Wisconsin Badger Camp has been serving adults and children with developmental disabilities by providing quality outdoor recreational experiences since 1966. Located just 10 miles south of Prairie du Chien, WI, Badger Camp welcomes individuals regardless of their age, gender, hometown, disability, or financial situation.  Funding from the United Way of Green County helps reduce the cost of attending camp for Green County residents. Come visit today!