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FEES - Register of Deeds
 Please check with the WRDA website at:WI Register of Deeds Asssociation for a fee schedule.
Food Stamps - - Economic Support Services at the Human Services Department-South Eighth Street
 Food Stamps supplement the food budget for low-income households. Unemployed able-bodied individuals must participate in work-related activities 27 hours per week to receive benefits. Participants may be eligible for short-term training, case management and support services.
Family court educational services - Family Court Commissioner
 Provide information and orders for parties to attend educational classes in co-parenting issues for divorcing and paternity couples.
Family Support - Human Services Department - Family Resources Unit
Application 11 fillable.doc
Family Living Education - University of Wisconsin - Extension
 The Family Living program brings local residents the latest research on family issues. The Family Living Educator conducts needs assessments, plans community outreach programs, works with families, evaluates programs, trains professional volunteers and works as a partner with county agencies to improve the quality of life for Manitowoc County families. Focus areas are: encouraging family self-sufficiency, parent support and community partnerships, maximizing income to achieve economic security, and developing food safety strategies to reduce illness. Click here for Manitowoc County Family Living Website.
Foster Care Program-Regular and Treatment - Human Services Department - Family Resources Unit
 Foster Care is a temporary alternative to a child's natural home when that home becomes socially, emotionally or physically inadequate for the child's needs. Foster children range in age from infant to 18. All foster children have unique backgrounds, experiences, personalities, strengths and weaknesses. Some may require extensive care for physical or emotional handicaps or disabilities. Many foster children have been victims of physical or sexual abuse, some have suffered neglect and some children and infants require medical care. Please call Georgeann Knier at 683-4289.
Foster Care Q
 The Planning Commission provides assistance for participants in the Farmland Preservation Tax Credit Program. Manitowoc County has 16 townships participating in the program.
Fees - Register in Probate
 Please click on the following link for a list of commonly incurred statutory fees. The complete list can be found in Section 814.66, Wisconsin Statutes.
Register in Probate fee schedule.doc
Foster Home Licensing and Training - Human Services Department - Family Resources Unit
 For scheduling and applications, call Georgeann Knier at 683-4289.
Foster Care Q
FoodShare - Human Services Department - Economic Support Services at the Job Center
 FoodShare supplements the food budget for low-income households. The FoodShare Employment and training (FSET) program is a voluntary program available to FoodShare recipients. FSET participants may be eligible for short-term training, case management and support services.
Forms - Register in Probate
 The office maintains a supply of forms required for proceedings in probate court for attorneys and citizens in need of the same. Forms are also available from the Wisconsin Court system (click on bold) website. The office of the Register in Probate also has some forms required by other agencies in the cases it handles.
File Maintenance - Human Services Department - Business Operations
Financial Intake - Human Services Department - Business Operations
Family Caregiver Support Group - Aging and Disability Resource Center
 This support program is a 6-week course that focuses on the caregiver. "Taking Care of You: Powerful Tools For Caregiving" is designed for family caregivers. The course is educational in nature, but the opportunity for class participants to interact and share with each other is also important. Emphasis is placed on the fact that the focus in on "YOU", the caregiver, not on the family member receiving care, the importance of self-care, and learning about taking better care of themselves. It focuses not on specific medical conditions of family members, but on how to deal with them.
FAMILY / PATERNITY - Clerk of Circuit Court
 Paternity cases (PA) are considered confidential and will not be found on the Internet.
Information on PA cases that have a post adjudication action can be found on the CCAP website.

Manitowoc County Family Court Forms

Child Support Information

Guardian ad Litem Petition For Payment of Fees

Guardian ad Litem Addendum

Petition and Order for the waiver of the GAL deposit requirement

Child Support Calculators


Description of the Manitowoc County Foreclosure Mediation Program

Local Court Rule 4.03- Mortgage Foreclosure Procedure

Application to Request Foreclosure Mediation (to be completed within 30 days of service of foreclosure summons and complaint)

Current foreclosure listings as posted by Manitowoc County Sheriff.
Manitowoc County Foreclosures

Family Support-FR Unit - Human Services Department
 In the form of service coordination assistance, special funding and respite care.
Renewal Application 09 fillable.doc
Food and Beverage Cartons - Public Works - Recycling Center
 Food and beverage cartons include shelf stable and refrigerated cartons for wine, milk, juice, cream, soup and egg substitutes. Cartons should be emptied, flattened and placed in with the plastic bottles.
Food Share Program - ES Unit - Job Center - Human Services Department
Federal Surplus Equipment - Public Works
 Coordinates purchases and makes available information on the Federal Surplus Property program to County departments and other governmental agencies that use the Federal program.
Foster Care Program - FR Unit - Human Services Department
Foster Care Program-Emergency Foster Homes - Human Services Department
 These homes provide short term care (up to 30 days) to children and youth who have been abused or who are in conflict with their birth parents. Short term fostering provides a safe place for a young person to live while a Human Services social worker works with the family to get the young person home as soon as possible. Emergency foster care providers need to be flexible, warm and confident people who can also be assertive and able to work as part of a team. Options for short-term foster care include being on call one, two or more weeks per month with stipends paid for holding of beds during designated weeks.
Foster Care Program-Long Term Foster Homes - Human Services Department
 These homes provide structured and stable care to children, from infant to young adulthood who require longer than emergency/short term care. Long term care becomes necessary if the child is facing abuse, neglect, or abandonment within their own families. If a child is removed from their home, the foster family works with Human Services and the biological family to reunite the child and his/her family while the child is safely housed with the foster family. If reunification is not possible, other options for permanency for the child include relative placement, adoption or independent living.
Foster Care Program-Respite Homes - Human Services Department
 Respite homes provide part-time care, generally 1-2 weekends per month, for foster children or children who reside with their birth families. Respite providers are reimbursed by the Human Services Department. Provision of care is done within your own home or occasionally in the child's home.
Foster Care Program-Treatment Foster Homes - Human Services Department
 Treatment foster homes provide care to children with behavioral, emotional, developmental, or medical needs using a fami8ly centered, team approach. Treatment foster parents must meet all of the licensing requirements for foster parents along with additional ongoing and specialized trainings. Monthly treatment foster care rates begin at $1,100.00.
Foster Home Licensing - FR Unit - Human Services Department
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