Child care payment assistance is available for low-income employed parents. A co-payment may be required.
Non-Discrimination Statement: Please refer to the equal opportunity information from the Department of Health Services. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
FoodShare supplements the food budget for low-income households. The FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) program is available to FoodShare recipients. FSET participants may be eligible for short-term training, case management and support services.
Medicaid provides medical services to low-income families with children, pregnant women, elderly and disabled individuals, including assistance with nursing home costs. A co-payment or premium may be required for some types of Medicaid.
Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP)
WHEAP provides assistance with fuel and utility expenses for low-income households. The program also provides weatherization and furnace repair for energy-inefficient homes. Crisis payments and proactive case management services are available for individuals whose heat or utilities are being disconnected by the vendor.