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Sometimes, people need assistance to help them through life's rough spots. These services may include food, housing, child care, and tax credits for qualified individuals. A variety of services may be accessed from the resources below.
Assistance resources on JCW
- Assistance for Specific Groups and Targeted Populations is provided via programmatic guidelines.
- Childcare and Child Support assistance may help a working parent stay on the job. Also includes information health, nutrition and other social services.
- Financial Assistance programs to assist if you are out of work, laid off, and having trouble taking care of your family.
- Food and Nutrition, information to help low-income households buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet.
- Healthcare Programs, a guide to healthcare-related topics for Wisconsin residents.
- Housing, information about renting, avoiding housing problems, and finding housing in your area.
- Personal Finances, free online resources for coping with job loss.
- Tax Credits available to qualified low-income workers or families with children.
- WETAP is the Wisconsin Employment Transportation Assistance Program.
Assistance resources outside of Job Center of Wisconsin
- ACCESS is the State of Wisconsin connection to programs for health, nutrition and child care.
- Accessibility Resources contains information about your rights to workplace accommodations. It may help you stay on the job and be successful.
- BadgerLink is Wisconsin's online library sponsored by the Department of Public Instruction
- eWorkBoard, Virtual workplace bulletin board and collection of workplace posters. Learn about worker protections and rights or view and download workplace posters.
- Fidelity Bonding provides Fidelity Bonds to anyone who are not eligible for commercial bonding, at NO COST to the employers or employees.
- "Job Dislocation: Making Smart Financial Choices after a Job Loss", a FINRA brochure.