School Social Work Services

 

Social Worker Phone # Email
Stephanie Kaebisch 502-7121 Email
Sara Wong 502-7325 Email

 

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE

Elevate (formerly Council on AODA of Washington County)   (262) 677-2216

www.elevateyou.org

Screening, referral services, prevention and education programs.

 

CLOTHING

Our Kids' Closet Columbia St. Mary's-Germantown   (262) 844-8554

www.ourkidscloset.blogspot.com

Hours: 1st Thursday of the month (6pm-8pm) and 1st Saturday of the month (9am-11am).

Free, used clothing for low-income children and expectant mothers. Shopping is allowed a maximum of four times per year per family.

 

COUNSELING

Washington County Mental Health Center   (262) 335-4545

Counseling, clinical evaluation and treatment for children and adults.  Service provided on a sliding fee scale.

Washington County Acute Care Services   (866) 906-6565

Free 24 hour mobile crisis assistance, confidential mental health assistance and referrals.

 

FAMILY RESOURCES

Family Center of Washington County   (262) 338-9461

www.wcfamilycenter.org

Parent education, support programs, family activities, drop-in playgroup, lending library, parenting hotline and resource center.

Friends of Abused Families   (262) 255-9488

www.fafinc.org

Emergency shelter, 24 hour crisis line, legal assistance and counseling.

Youth and Family Project   (262) 338-1661

www.youthandfamilyproject.org

24 hour family helpline (800) 924-3555, parent support groups, youth and family counseling and runaway program.

 

FINANCIAL COUNSELING

Washington County University of Wisconsin-Extension   (262) 335-4479

http://washington.uwex.edu/family-living/financial-education/

Free, confidential financial counseling assists people in reaching financial goals through debt reduction and asset accumulation.

 

FOOD

Food Share (888) 446-1239

Helps low income families buy food.  Apply online at www.access.wi.gov or by phone.

Full Shelf Food Pantry   (262) 335-0685

231 Municipal Drive, West Bend, WI

Hours: Weekdays 4:30pm-5:30pm

Saint Boniface Food Pantry   (262) 628-2040

www.stbonifacewi.org/foodpantry.cfm

W204 N11940 Goldendale Road, Germantown, WI

Hours: 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 3:00pm-8:00pm

Slinger Community Food Pantry (262) 644-0507

119 Kettle Moraine Dr. South, Slinger, WI (Back of Phillips Funeral Home)

Hours:  Mondays from 10:00AM – Noon and Wednesdays 3:00PM – 5:00PM

* Some food pantries require a referral from Washington County Human Services Department (262) 335-4677

School Meals: To apply for free or reduced price school meals, complete an application and return it to the school.  Applications are available at the office of each school or on the Germantown School District website.

http://www.germantownschools.org/district/foodandnutrition.cfm

 

HEALTHCARE

Albrecht Free Clinic/Oakbrook   (262) 334-8339

www.albrechtfreeclinic.org

1110 Oak Street, Suite 1200, West Bend, WI

Hours: Walk-ins Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm-8:00pm or call to arrange an appointment.

Marquette University Dental Clinic   (414) 288-7273

www.marquette.edu/dentistry/patients/PatientsIndex.shtml

Dental care provided by licensed faculty dentists and pre-doctoral students. (Title 19 accepted).

Prevent Blindness Wisconsin   (414) 765-0505

www.preventblindness.org/wi/

Reduced cost/free eye care and glasses.

Vision USA, The Wisconsin Project   (877) 435-2020

www.woa-eyes.org/vision-usa-public?p=0

Free eye care, glasses and lenses to low income working families.

 

HOUSING/HOMELESSNESS

Family Promise of Washington County   (262) 353-9304

www.familypromisewc.org

Emergency housing and related services.

Friends of Abused Families   (262) 255-9488

www.fafinc.org

Emergency housing and assistance for families experiencing domestic violence.

Red Cross Housing Support Services   (855) 891-7325 Toll Free

www.redcrossinsewis.org/washhome

Emergency housing and assistance after a fire or natural disaster.

Washington County Housing Hotline (262) 334-4912

Resources for emergency housing, transitional shelter, rent, mortgage and utility assistance, legal assistance including threat of eviction.

Youth and Family Project: Emergency Shelter/Transitional Housing Program   (262) 338-1661/ (800) 924-3555

www.youthandfamilyproject.org

Emergency shelter, transitional housing, case management, information and referral to resources for single men and women.

 

MENTORSHIP

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washington County   (262) 334-7896

www.bbbswashco.org/index.htm

Friendship, support and guidance to children ages 6-18 through one-to-one relationships with adult volunteers who serve as friends, role models and mentors.

 

RECREATION

4H- Washington County   (262) 335-4477

www.uwex.edu/ces/4h/youth/index.cfm

Germantown Park and Recreation Department   (262) 250-4710

www.villageprofile.com/wisconsin/germantown/04/topic.html

Germantown Youth Futures

www.gtownyouthfutures.com/

 

TRANSPORTATION

Washington County Shared Ride Taxi   1-888-285-8294

www.ridewcce.com

Transportation within Washington County.  Specialized service available for individuals with disabilities.  All fares distance based.

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Volunteer Center of Washington County   (262) 338-8256

www.volunteernow.net/

The volunteer center is an organization dedicated to helping people find opportunities to volunteer in the community.

 

WASHINGTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

Energy Assistance   (262) 335-4677

Family Intake   (262) 335-4888

Supportive and preventative services focused on supporting families through a stressful period, improving family functioning and increasing their ability to handle future problems. (Assessment, Counseling, Parent Skills Training, etc.)

Financial Assistance   “Call Change Center” (888) 446-1239

Call or apply online (www.access.wi.gov) for Badger Care, Child Care Assistance, Energy Assistance, Food Share, General Assistance, Medical Assistance.

 

  • Germantown School District Office
  • N104W13840 Donges Bay Rd, Germantown, 53022
  • Phone: 262-253-3900