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Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Training Resources

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Wisconsin Homeless Resources

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Listed below are state-wide organizations that provide resources that can assist district staff in helping families, children, and youth in their communities.

  • ACCESS
    Wisconsin Department of Health Services website. ACCESS is an internet tool. It can help individuals see if they or a family member might be eligible to receive benefits, such as: Food Share; Medicaid; Badger Care Plus; Senior Care; WIC – Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children; Free/Reduced-Price School Meals; Summer Food Service Program; The Emergency Food Assistance Program and tax credits.
     
  • Wisconsin Association for Homeless and Runaway Services (WAHRS)
     
  • Wisconsin's Continuum of Care Organizations
    • Homeless Services Consortium of Dane County
      Homeless Services Consortium of Dane County is a partnership of agencies, funders, advocates, and formerly homeless persons committed to preventing and ending homelessness.
       
    • Milwaukee Continuum of Care
      The City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County Continuum of Care’s mission is to organize people and resources to end homelessness in Milwaukee.The Milwaukee Continuum of Care covers the City of Milwaukee, City of West Allis, City of Wauwatosa and the remainder of Milwaukee County.
       
    • The Continuum of Care for the City and County of Racine, U.A.
      The Continuum of Care for the City and County of Racine, U.A. (CoC) is an unincorporated association of nonprofit agencies, government, and other stakeholders working to prevent and end homelessness in Racine County, Wisconsin. The goal of the CoC is to prevent and end homelessness in Racine County.
       
    • Wisconsin Balance of State Continuum of Care (WIBOSCOC)
      The Wisconsin Balance of State Continuum of Care (WIBOSCOC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving all the counties in Wisconsin, except Dane, Milwaukee, and Racine. Membership is comprised of agencies who serve, support, and care about those experiencing homelessness.

 

For questions about this information, please contact our State EHCY Coordinators Kristine Nadolski at (608) 267-7338 and Karen Rice at (608) 267-1284.