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WISCONSIN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND DISASTER RESPONSE

Wisconsin Happenings

PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU CALL US:

DISCLAIMER

Homeless To Independence Inc. is an All-Volunteer, Faith-Based, 501©3 non-profit organization. We do NOT receive any grant funding what-so-ever to pay bills for anyone in any situation. We do not give away money. We do not give out loans against any items for money.

This ministry is supported with generous financial donations that are used to help keep us functioning. Our purpose is to help supply individuals and families with personal needs such as food, toiletries, clothing, household items, furniture and baby/adult diapers/wipes both locally and to areas effected by disasters. At this time, we do not offer any shelter or transitional housing services. Again, we DO NOT pay any bills. We DO NOT pay any rents or mortgages.

If you are actually homeless, or about to be homeless or need emergency assistance of any kind, you can:

1. DIAL “211” from a:

a. Land line telephone. Tell the receiver your situation and what you need. They will give you information specific for the physical location you are currently at plus any referrals you may need. They have the most up to the minute information for your specific area. Dialing “211” will get you help and much more info than this office can provide. Homeless to Independence wants you to have all the information you need to get through the situation you are in.

b. Cell Telephone – this will ONLY WORK if the area code of your telephone is calling “211” within the very same County you got your cell telephone in!

PLEASE NOTE: If you do not have a land-line telephone or cell telephone, go to your local police department, library, or house of worship and ask to use their land-line telephone. They may even make the call on your behalf.

2. Use the internet and go to: http://www.211.org/

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For those of you looking for employment through-out the United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico, simply send me an email to:
HTI EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE 05-14

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Homeless To Independence Inc. is not responsible for misprints or cancellations of events by the event holders, landlord and/or their agent, or ourselves. Homeless to Independence Inc. also reserves the right to “NOT” offer services to people and/or persons that are rude, unpleasant, and untruthful in any way shape or form, belligerent and the like.

OCCASIONALLY, THERE WILL BE ARTICLES BY OTHER WRITERS. HOMELESS TO INDEPENDENCE MAY NOT NECESSARILY AGREE WITH THEIR VIEWPOINTS, BUT WE DO RESPECT THEM. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION!

OFFICE CONTACT INFO:

THE VERY BEST WAY TO CONTACT ME IS TO SEND ME AN EMAIL: ANN@HOMELESSTOINDEPENDENCE.ORG

OFFICE NUMBER IS: 1-732-264-7500

Please note that our office does have very limited volunteer staff and if we are one telephone line we cannot answer the other line. There is simply not enough time in the day to answer and/or return each and every telephone call.

IF YOU ARE ASKING FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, NO ONE WILL CONTACT YOU BACK.

THANK YOU!!!

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL DISASTER RELATED MATERIALS CAN NOW BE FOUND ON OUR “WISCONSIN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND DISASTER RESPONSE” PAGE!

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Small Business Events – December 2016

Events

Milwaukee

WWBIC: Thinking of Starting a Business? Thursday, December 1, 2016 – 6:00pm, Goldin Center, 2320 West Burleigh Street, Milwaukee, WI 53206

WWBIC: Homebuyer Education Workshop Saturday, December 3, 2016 – 10:00am, WWBIC Milwaukee, 1533 North Rivercenter Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53212

WWBIC: Protecting Your Identity Tuesday, December 6, 2016 – 12:00pm, 2320 West Burleigh Street, Milwaukee, WI 53206

Small Business Development Center: First Steps to Starting A Business Wednesday, December 7, 2016 – 6:00pm, UW-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education, 161 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53203

Marketplace Wisconsin: Welcoming Minority, Woman, and Veteran-Owned … Tuesday, December 13, 2016 – 8:00am, SBA Participating, Potawatomi Hotel & Conference Center, 1721 West Canal Street, Milwaukee, WI 53233

Madison

WWBIC: Camino a la Reparación de Crédito – en Español Saturday, December 3, 2016 – 9:30am, WWBIC Madison Training Room, 2300 South Park Street, Madison, WI 53713

SBDC: Writing Your Business Plan Monday, December 5, 2016 – 6:30pm, UW-Madison, Grainger Hall, 975 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53706

Going into Business Seminar – SCORE Madison Wednesday, December 7, 2016 – 9:00am, MG&E Innovation Center, 505 Rosa Road, Lower Level, Madison, WI 53719

WWBIC: Thinking of Starting a Business? Wednesday, December 7, 2016 – 9:30am, Dane County Job Center, 1819 Aberg Avenue, Madison, WI 53704

WWBIC: Estate Planning Wednesday, December 7, 2016 – 6:00pm, Verona Public Library, 500 Silent Street, Verona, WI 53593

What Can WWBIC Do For You? Thursday, December 8, 2016 – 9:30am, WWBIC Madison Training Room, 2300 South Park Street, Madison, WI 53713

WWBIC: Strong Women Strong Coffee Friday, December 9, 2016 – 7:30am, WWBIC Community Room, 2300 South Park Street, Madison,WI 53713

Latino Chamber of Commerce Dane County Workshop: Thinking of … Saturday, December 10, 2016 – 9:00am, SBA Participating, Centro Hispano, 810 West Badger Road, Madison,WI 53713

WWBIC: Creating an Effective Website Tuesday, December 13, 2016 – 6:00pm, WWBIC Madison Training Room, 2300 South Park Street, Madison, WI 53713

Going into Business Seminar (SCORE), Wednesday, December 21, 2016 – 9:00am, MG&E Innovation Center, Room 24, 505 South Rosa Road, Madison, WI 53719

Kenosha/Racine/Sturtevant

WWBIC: The Power of QuickBooks Level 1 Monday, December 5, 2016 – 6:00pm, WWBIC Racine, 245 Main Street, Racine, WI 53403

SBDC: First Steps in Starting Your Own Business Tuesday, December 6, 2016 – 4:30pm, KABA, 5500 6th Avenue, Kenosha, WI 53140

WWBIC: Accounting for the Non-Accountant: Basic Business … Tuesday, December 6, 2016 – 6:00pm, iMet, 2320 Renaissance Blvd., Sturtevant, WI 53177

WWBIC: The Power of QuickBooks Level 2 Monday, December 12, 2016 – 6:00pm, WWBIC Racine, 245 Main Street, Racine, WI 53403

SBDC: First Steps in Starting Your Own Business Tuesday, December 13, 2016 – 6:00pm, Racine County Workforce Development Center, 1717 Taylor Avenue, Racine, WI 53403

WWBIC: Human Resources 101 Tuesday, December 13, 2016 – 6:00pm, WWBIC Kenosha, 600 52nd Street, Kenosha, WI 53140

WWBIC: Accounting for the Non-Accountant: Preparing to File Your … Tuesday, December 13, 2016 – 6:00pm, iMet 2320 Renaissance Blvd., Sturtevant, WI 53177

WWBIC: The Power of QuickBooks Level 3 Monday, December 19, 2016 – 6:00pm, WWBIC Kenosha, 600 52nd Street, Kenosha, WI 53140

WWBIC: Building Wealth Not Debt Tuesday, December 20, 2016 – 1:00pm, Racine Library, 75 7th Street Racine, WI 53403

Waukesha

WWBIC: Is Buying a Franchise Right For You? Wednesday, December 7, 2016 – 6:00pm, Waukesha Library, 321 Wisconsin Avenue, Waukesha, WI 53186

Menomonee Falls

SCORE: Business Counseling Event Saturday, December 3, 2016 – 9:00am, Menomonee Falls Public Library, W156 N8436 Pilgrim Road, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

Green Bay

SBDC: Leading without Authority Small Business Development CenterTuesday, December 6, 2016 – 8:30am, Advance Business & Manufacturing Center, 2701 Larsen Road, Green Bay, WI 54303

Eau Claire

WWDC: Business Tax Chat Tuesday, December 6, 2016 – 6:00pm, Western Dairyland Community Action Agency, 418 Wisconsin Street, Eau Claire, WI 54703

WWDC: Mechanics of Starting a Small Business Women’s Business Center, Thursday, December 8, 2016 – 1:00pm, Dairyland Community Action Agency, 418 Wisconsin Street, Eau Claire, WI 54701

WWDC: Women’s Business Networking Event: Beacon House Women’s Business Center, Wednesday, December 14, 2016 – 5:30pm, Beacon House, 309 East Lake Street, Eau Claire, WI 54701

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WISCONSIN FESTIVALS AND FUN TIMES:

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Wisconsin School Breakfast and Lunch Program
Managing Agency Wisconsin http://www.wisconsin.gov

Program Description
The School Breakfast and Lunch Programs make nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free meals available to school children each school day. Over 92,000 schools offer lunches at school, and nearly 70,000 schools offer breakfast at school. School breakfasts and lunches must meet the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and Federal nutrition standards. Some schools offer afterschool snacks to children in the school’s afterschool care programs.

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Wisconsin and a parent or primary caregiver responsible for a child(ren) who attends school (high school or under).

In order to qualify, you also must have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:

Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $21,257
2 $28,694
3 $36,131
4 $43,568
5 $51,005
6 $58,442
7 $65,879
8 $73,316
*For households with more than eight people, add $7,437 per additional person.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply for free or reduced price meals, contact your child’s school. A listing of your state’s schools can be found here:
http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_sbp

Program Contact Information
For additional information on the Wisconsin School Breakfast program, please visit the Wisconsin Community & School Nutrition Programs office at: http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_sbp
And School Lunch: http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_nslp1
If you have questions regarding the programs please call the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction toll-free at: 1-800-441-4563

Updated 10-18-13

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Wisconsin Summer Food Service
Managing Agency Wisconsin http://www.wisconsin.gov

Program Description
The Summer Food Service Program provides free meals to low-income children during school vacations. More than 26 million children eat school lunch every day when school is in session, and about half of them receive their meals free or at a reduced price due to low household income. The summer program offers those children nutritious food when school is not in session. During Summer 2012, Wisconsin served 2.4 million meals at 728 sites operated by 177 sponsoring organizations.

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Wisconsin.

In order to qualify, you also must have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:

Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $21,257
2 $28,694
3 $36,131
4 $43,568
5 $51,005
6 $58,442
7 $65,879
8 $73,316
*For households with more than eight people, add $7,437 per additional person.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply for the Summer Food Service Program, contact the site nearest you:
http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_howtoapply

Program Contact Information
To learn more about Wisconsin SFSP, please visit: http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_howtoapply

Updated 08-20-13

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Wisconsin Special Milk Program
Managing Agency Wisconsin http://www.wisconsin.gov

Program Description
The Special Milk Program (SMP) provides milk to children in schools and childcare institutions who do not participate in other Federal meal service programs. The program reimburses schools for the milk they serve.

Schools in the National School Lunch or School Breakfast Programs may also participate in SMP to provide milk to children in half-day pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs where children do not have access to the school meal programs.

General Program Requirements
Any child in a school or institution that participates in the Special Milk Program can get milk. Schools may elect to offer free milk to low-income children. In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Wisconsin and a parent or primary caregiver responsible for a child(ren) who attends school (high school or under). Those who qualify must also have an annual household income before taxes that must not exceed $20,036 if one person lives in the household; $26,955 if two people live in the household; $33,874 if three people live in the household; $40,793 if four people live in the household; $47,712 if five people live in the household; $54,631 if six people live in the household; $61,550 if seven people live in the household; and $68,469 if eight people live in the household. For larger households, add $6,919 for each additional person in the home.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply for the Special Milk Program, directly contact your child’s school, camp, or child care institution to find out if it participates in the Special Milk Program.

For additional information on the Wisconsin Special Milk Program, please visit http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_specmlk1.

Program Contact Information
To visit Wisconsin Special Milk Program (SMP) on the web, please visit: http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_specmlk1
You can also contact your local school district to learn more about Wisconsin SMP.

Updated 07-09-13

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Wisconsin Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
Managing Agency Wisconsin http://www.wisconsin.gov

Program Description
Wisconsin’s Division of Energy Services oversees the Wisconsin Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP). WAP provides energy conservation services in eligible households to help reduce home energy costs and save energy. Work performed often includes insulation, sealing air leaks, installation of energy-saving products, and repair or replacement of inefficient furnaces or other appliances.

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this program, you must be a resident of the state of Wisconsin, have a documented need for financial assistance with your home energy costs, and meet other non-financial eligibility criteria. An evaluation of each home must be completed to determine what services can be provided based on program guidelines.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
Applications for WAP are completed by local agencies that administer the Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP). To apply for WAP, please contact the local administering WHEAP agency near you. You can find contact information for each county in Wisconsin by using the map located here:
http://homeenergyplus.wi.gov/category.asp?linkcatid=819&linkid=118&locid=25

Program Contact Information
You can obtain information on eligibility, program services and where to apply by calling: 1-866-432-8947
You may also visit our WHEAP website at: http://homeenergyplus.wi.gov/

Updated 06-21-13

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Wisconsin Home Energy Plus
Managing Agency Wisconsin http://www.wisconsin.gov

Program Description
The Energy Assistance Bureau oversees Wisconsin’s Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP). This includes the Federally funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Public Benefits Energy Assistance Program. The Bureau also oversees the Low Income Weatherization Program and Lead Abatement Program. LIHEAP and its related services help over 130,000 Wisconsin households annually. In addition to regular heating and electric assistance, specialized services include: emergency fuel assistance, counseling for energy conservation and energy budgets, pro-active co-payment plans, targeted outreach services, and emergency furnace repair and replacement. WHEAP Heating Assistance is a one-time benefit payment for each heating season (October 1 through May 15). It is intended to help you pay a portion of your heating costs. It is not intended to cover the entire annual cost of your home heating bills. The amount of the heating assistance benefit depends on your household size, income level, and household heating costs. For most families, your heating assistance benefit will be sent directly to your fuel supplier. You will receive a notification from the Division of Energy informing you of your benefit amount. Your vendor will credit the amount to your account. The Public Benefits Program has made it possible for the Energy Program to assist with non-heating electric costs. You may be eligible to receive a benefit for your non-heating electric energy costs. Services are provided locally through: county social services offices, tribal governments, private non-profit or other government agencies.

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Wisconsin and you must need financial assistance for home energy costs.

In order to qualify you must also have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $24,282
2 $31,754
3 $39,225
4 $46,697
5 $54,169
6 $61,640
7 $63,041
8 $64,442
*For households with more than eight people, add $1,401 per additional person.

A person who participates or has family members who participate in certain other benefit programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or certain needs-tested Veterans benefits may be automatically eligible.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply for this program, please contact the local administering agency near you:
http://homeenergyplus.wi.gov/section.asp?linkid=119&locid=25

Program Contact Information
You can obtain information on eligibility, program services and where to apply by calling: 1-866-432-8947
You may also visit our WHEAP website at: http://homeenergyplus.wi.gov/
If you have a question or comment you would like to send to the Division of Energy, please email us at: heat@doa.state.wi.us

Updated 05-06-13

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ForwardHealth: Wisconsin Medicaid

Medicaid is a state/federal program that pays for medical and long-term care services for people with lower incomes, seniors, people with disabilities and some families and children. Services covered include laboratory and X-ray services, inpatient and outpatient hospital services, health screenings for children, and long-term care services and supports.

GO TO: http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/medicaid/

Updated 02-21-13

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Wisconsin Head Start
Managing Agency Wisconsin http://www.wisconsin.gov

Program Description
The Head Start program (for children ages three to five) and Early Head Start program (for pregnant women, infants, and toddlers) promote school readiness for children in low-income families by providing comprehensive educational, health, nutritional, and social services. Parents play a large role in the programs, both as primary educators of their children and as participants in administering the programs locally. Both programs provide pre-literacy and literacy experiences in a multi-cultural environment. Parents are also provided social services, including assistance with childcare. Services are also available to migrant and seasonal farm worker families.

General Program Requirements

In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Wisconsin and a parent or primary caregiver responsible for a child who is too young for public school.

In order to qualify, you must also have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $14,521
2 $19,669
3 $24,817
4 $29,965
5 $35,113
6 $40,261
7 $45,409
8 $50,557
*For households with more than eight people, add $5,148 per additional person.

If you do not meet these criteria, you may still qualify if you are a U.S. national, citizen or permanent resident whose financial status is low income or very low income, who is under-employed, unemployed or about to become unemployed, facing pregnancy, less than 19 years of age yourself, or the parent or primary caregiver for children under the age of 19 years. Other qualifications may apply.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
The Head Start Locator provides a searchable database of Head Start programs. To apply for this program please visit the following website, which will direct you to the Head Start office nearest to you:
http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/HeadStartOffices

Program Contact Information
For more information on Wisconsin Head Start, please visit the Department of Public Instruction at: http://ec.dpi.wi.gov/ec_echdstrt
Or the Wisconsin Head Start Association at: http://www.whsaonline.org/
If you would like to speak with a State representative regarding the program, you can also call the Wisconsin Head Start State Collaboration Office at: 608-261-4596

Updated 12-17-12

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Wisconsin Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Managing Agency Wisconsin http://www.wisconsin.gov

Program Description
The purpose of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is to promote and maintain the health and well-being of nutritionally at-risk pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children. The Wisconsin WIC program provides supplemental nutritious foods, nutrition and breastfeeding information, and referral to other health and nutrition services. WIC promotes and supports breastfeeding. The Wisconsin WIC program is administered by the Department of Health and Family Services.

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Wisconsin; a pregnant, breastfeeding and/or postpartum woman; an infant or child up to 5 years of age; and individually determined by a health professional to be at nutrition risk.

In order to qualify, you must also have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $20,665
2 $27,991
3 $35,317
4 $42,643
5 $49,969
6 $57,295
7 $64,621
8 $71,947
*For households with more than eight people, add $7,326 per additional person.

A person who participates or has family members who participate in certain other benefit programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Medicaid or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), automatically meets the income eligibility requirement.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply, set up an appointment at the WIC clinic closest to you:
http://dhs.wisconsin.gov/wic/localproject/cliniclocations.htm

Program Contact Information
For more information on Wisconsin WIC, visit their website at: http://www.dhfs.state.wi.us/wic/index.htm
Please see the following website for the income standard or maximum income limit for WIC eligibility:
http://health.mo.gov/living/families/wic/index.php
To find out more about WIC and other programs for which you may be eligible, call 1-800-722-2295 toll-free, 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Tele Typewriter (TTY) and interpreter services are available.

Updated 12-06-12

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The Arc of Racine

Provides advocacy and support for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities by safeguarding their rights, facilitating choice and promoting independence and inclusion in school and community life.

For more information visit this link: http://www.disability.gov/state/wisconsin/education

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Provides life-enriching assistance to Wisconsin children with physical disabilities through several programs including Kids on the Go!, which pays for durable medical equipment for those with the greatest financial need and Future Kids Dream Experience Series, which provides educational and play experiences for children with physical disabilities.

For more information visit this link: http://www.disability.gov/state/wisconsin/community_life

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The Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute offers online and in-person training for professionals who work with individuals with
disabilities and for individuals with disabilities and their families. Topics include psychiatric disabilities, physical disabilities,
disability benefits and job accommodations.

For more information visit this link:

http://www.disability.gov/state/wisconsin/employment.

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Program Description
The purpose of the Food Stamp (FS) Program is to end hunger and improve nutrition and health. It helps low-income Wisconsin
households buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet. In Wisconsin, local welfare offices operate the program, and the
Federal Government oversees the State operation of the program.
General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the State of Wisconsin and fall into one of two groups: (1) those
with a current bank balance (savings and checking combined) under $2,001, or (2) those with a current bank balance (savings and
checking combined) under $3,001 who share their household with a person or persons age 60 and over, or with a person with a
disability (a child, your spouse, a parent, or yourself). For either group, you must also have an annual household income of less than
$13,284 if one person lives in the household; $17,808 if two people live in the household; $22,332 if three people live in the household;
$26,856 if four people live in the household; $31,380 if five people live in the household; $35,904 if six people live in the household;
$40,428 if seven people live in the household; or $44,952 if more than seven people live in the household.

Your Next StepsThe following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.
Application Process
For more information, see the Program Contact Information below.

Program Contact Information
For more information on the Wisconsin Food Stamp program and instructions on how to apply, please visit:
http://dhfs.wisconsin.gov/foodshare/index.htm

You can also identify and contact your local county Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS) office by checking:
http://dhfs.wisconsin.gov/em/imagencies/index.htm

Please call the DHFS to speak with a client service representative:
608-266-1865

TYY calls can be made to:
608-267-7371

Managing Agency
Wisconsin
http://www.wisconsin.gov

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Program Description
BadgerCare is a health insurance program for low-income working families with children. It provides coverage for families with
incomes too high for Medicaid who are without access to health insurance. The program seeks to eliminate barriers to successful
employment by providing a transition for families from welfare to private insurance. BadgerCare is based on the premise that health
care is essential for working families with children.
General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of Wisconsin, under 19 years of age or be a primary care giver
with a child under the age of 19, not covered by health insurance (including Medicaid), a US national, citizen, legal alien, or permanent
resident, and you must have an annual household income before taxes of less than $28,000 if two people live in the household;
$35,200 if three people live in the household; $42,400 if four people live in the household; $49,600 if five people live in the household;
$56,800 if six people live in the household; $64,000 if seven people live in the household; $71,200 if eight people live in the household;
and $78,400 if more than eight people live in the household. For larger households, add $7,200 for each additional person in the home.
Depending on your income level, you may have to pay a premium for coverage. Please see this state’s program information for
details.

Your Next StepsThe following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.
Application Process
If you think you might be eligible, please call the following number to get your eligibility process started: (800) 362-3002 (TTY and
translation services available). You may also send an e-mail to: webmaildhcf@dhfs.state.wi.us.

Online applications are available at the following location:
https://access.wisconsin.gov//

Program Contact Information
To learn more about WisconsinBadgerCare, please visit:
http://dhs.wisconsin.gov/badgercareplus/

Managing Agency
Wisconsin
http://www.wisconsin.gov

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