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Disclaimer: CAP Services is working with its community partners to identify emerging resources for families in our service area. However, CAP Services does not specifically endorse any product, service, or provider listed on this page. Any action you take upon the information on this website is strictly at your own risk.

Connect with additional resources and information in your area through United Way 211: 211wisconsin.communityos.org
Need help accessing Wisconsin’s Health, Nutrition, and other programs? With the state’s ACCESS website, you can apply for and manage your state of Wisconsin benefits and programs in one place, at any time. Call 888-445-1621 or visit https://access.wisconsin.gov/access/.
For anyone seeking support or services around domestic or sexual violence and youth in crisis from the CAP Services’ Family Crisis Center, our 24 hour crisis line is always available at 1-800-472-3377 or locally at 715-343-7125.

For the safety of all, we are trying to limit face-to-face contact as much as possible. If you are able to call the FCC before coming to our doors, please do so.

We are ready to provide as much service, advocacy, and support as we can via phone contact… and though it may feel very isolating right now, you are not alone. Reach out, we are here. capservices.org/fcc

During these unprecedented times, CAP Services’ Mental Health Navigation program wants to assure our community that we are remaining “open” to support those in need of mental health care. At this time, all services will be done via telephone and/or email. Staff are still available to connect individuals with community supports, case management, online resources, and therapists who are providing appointments via telehealth. Please know that MHN is here for you to offer a listening ear during these overwhelming and challenging times. We remain dedicated to our community and to providing services that enhance your well-being. We are all in this together. capservices.org/mhn  
Family Health La Clinica is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Wautoma, Stevens Point, Beaver Dam and Mauston for urgent and emergency dental services. They are welcoming new patients including those who have a dental provider that has had to close temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can schedule an appointment at any of their dental locations by calling 1-800-942-5330.
The Portage County Economic Recovery Team is putting out updates and information to help local businesses and workers navigate COVID-19 relief programs. portageeconrecovery.org
The Coronavirus Care Fund was established by the National Domestic Workers Alliance to provide emergency assistance for home care workers, nannies and house cleaners to support them in staying safe and staying home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and to care for themselves and their families. Qualifying applicants who are experiencing financial hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic can receive $400 in emergency assistance from the Fund. https://membership.domesticworkers.org/coronavirus-care-fund/
CAP Services’ “Small Loan, Big Difference” program offers low-interest consumer loans in Marquette, Outagamie, Portage, Waupaca, Waushara and Wood counties. Borrowers may be eligible for loans up to $1,000 to make necessary purchases or address emergencies, and up to $5,000 to refinance predatory loans. Financial Education provided in easy to access online segments provides financial assistance to fit your needs. capservices.org/small-loan