Community Resources

Vaccinations

COVID-19 Testing

Food Resources

  • Thanksgiving Dinner - Prepared at Lambeau Field and delivered to you. To reserve your meal delivery, call 920-490-7030. Learn more
  • Paul’s Pantry - Masks are required. Distribution hours: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. on Saturday. If it becomes necessary to shut down the grocery store shopping model, they are prepared to provide pre-made grocery bundles in a drive-thru method. Not open on Sundays or Thursdays. 
  • NEW Community Shelter - Offering bag dinners to-go from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily and lunches to-go on weekends and holidays. If needed, pantry style to-go option is available for families who aren’t able to come each day but families are asked to call ahead.
  • Salvation Army Green Bay - Drive Thru Meal Program from 11:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. Monday-Friday provides hot lunch for adults and children. Only one person needs to come and they can order lunches for the entire family.  There is a walk up/bike up area for families without cars. The Hot Lunch Program occurs on the Union Court Side of the Building (626 Union Court), and in addition to the hot meals, there is a table with non-perishables, fruit, veggies, dairy and occasionally proteins that can be grabbed on the way out. 
  • Salvation Army Green Bay Pantry - Drive thru Food Pantry Monday-Friday. Families should call 920-593-2379 to schedule a pick up time to assure they have enough food waiting. They can usually accommodate the same day or next day pick up. Households will receive about four bags of groceries, bread/bakery items, meat/protein items and fruits/vegetables if available.  They may also select a cleaning and household item. Households may visit the pantry once every two weeks. The Head of Household should be prepared to show an ID when they arrive.
  • Green Bay First - Clothing closet and food pantry available. Clothing Closet is open every Sunday after morning service (10:00 a.m.). Food pantry is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. and Sunday after morning service. Food delivery is also available- link is on website. No documentation is needed for food delivery, food pantry, or clothing closet. 
  • Manna For Life Ministries - Food pantry every Thursday from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Hot lunch to-go every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • USDA Emergency Meals for Kids and Teens
  • WIC Program - If you are experiencing a loss of income due to COVID-19, WIC can assist by providing benefits, nutrition counselors and breastfeeding support. If you are pregnant, a parent, caretaker or foster parent of a child 5 years old or younger, you may qualify for WIC benefits. 
  • 211 Wisconsin - Free, confidential referral and information helpline and website that connects people of all ages and from all communities to the essential health and human services they need, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A toll-free call to 211 connects you to a community resource specialist in your area who can put you in touch with local organizations that provide critical services that can improve—and save—lives. You can find information about food and nutrition programs, housing, services for veterans, support groups and more. 

Financial Supports

  • United Way - (920) 432-3393
  • Applying for Unemployment
  • Forward Service Corporation - Call (920) 940-6066 Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. By appointment only. 
  • Casa Alba Melanie - Financial resources; closed to walk-ins at this time; assistance by phone at (920) 445-0104 or email melanie@casaalba.org

Wi-Fi & Internet

  • Emergency Broadband Benefit Starts May 12: The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new benefit will start enrolling households on May 12th. The program offers temporary discounts of up to $50 per month ($75 on Tribal Land) off of eligible household’s internet access bills. Some households may also get discounts on a laptop, desktop, or tablet computer. Information about the program can be found on FCC's website and the Commission's Emergency Internet Resource website. A list of Wisconsin participating providers is here. Households should work with their provider or go to https://getemergencybroadband.org/.
  • Spectrum - To enroll in the program, call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
  • Internet & Phone Helpline - The Internet and Phone Helpline number is (608) 267-3595. Callers can get help: finding internet service and discounts, determining eligibility for a discount on voice or bundled voice and data service through the Lifeline program, and finding locations where emergency Wi-Fi has been made available during the outbreak if no other options are available at home. 
  • Internet Subsidy for Low-Income Households - A $3.2 billion federal initiative to subsidize high-speed internet for low-income households during the pandemic has been approved, and applications could open within two months.

Housing Information/Eviction Prevention

  • CDC Moratorium- For families who are facing eviction due to nonpayment of rent. Adult should complete declaration and provide to landlord (and record date this was provided to landlord).
  • Forward Service - Provide emergency assistance for rental assistance and security deposit. Building is closed, but families can apply via phone or online. 800-771-8420 or www.access.wi.gov. Family will be contacted within 24 business hours of application completion. (Requirements: minor children, haven’t received help in last 12 months)
  • EBH Prevention Program - Helps with payments towards rent, utilities and car repairs. Families should call Holly at (920) 676-1207. Do not require formal eviction notice. 
  • Salvation Army - Office closed to walk-ins. Call (920) 497-7053 to request assistance and set up an appointment. 
  • St. Vincent de Paul - Families should call (920) 435-4040 ext. 102 or email psc@svdpgb.org to request assistance with rent, furniture, basic needs, etc. Closed to walk-ins. 
  • Wise Women Gathering Place - Limited funds available for eviction prevention, relocation, loss of income due to COVID. Email Jessica Adams at jadams@wisewomengp.org to request assistance.

Transportation

  • MTM Transportation - For medical/therapy appointments if you receive BadgerCare. They have implemented several COVID cleaning protocols. 
  • Green Bay Metro On Demand - Affordable and efficient rides. Download the GBM On Demand app and request a ride or call (920) 448-3185.

Resource Centers

  • We All Rise African American Resource Center - Walk-in hours daily from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. If interested in an intake for services those are offered Monday - Wednesday and Fridays from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call (920) 785-9115. We All Rise is an after school and prevention program for black and/or biracial students. In addition to after school programming, there is virtual learning assistance, pantry, clothing, hygiene, and just creating a safe space. During the hours here we provide masks, maintaining a safe distance, sanitizing, and meals. There is no wait list, students that are interested in becoming a member of the Black Youth Alliance have a general intake process (i.e basic information, parent permission form, etc.). There are also youth sessions every Monday from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. and transportation is provided.
  • Job Center - Job seekers can access JobCenterofWisconsin.com any time to update a resume, search for jobs, create a budget, review labor market information, etc. Here is a list of in-demand jobs created by the impact of COVID-19.
  • Micah Center - Drop-in resource for individuals 18 years and older currently experiencing homelessness, or at-risk of homelessness. Accepting walk-ins (mask required) Mondays - Fridays 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Case management, counseling programs, computer lab, housing supports and basic needs services offered. Call (920) 617-8700. 
  • Wellspring - Female-only resource center located in St. John's Shelter (411 St. John St.). Walk-ins welcome Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call (920) 433-9995 for guidance over the phone.

Safety & Support

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline - Online Chat | Text LOVEIS to 22522 | Call 1-800-799-7233.
  • Golden House Domestic Abuse Program & Shelter - 24 hour helpline (920) 432-4244
  • Room to Be Safe Anti-Violence Program (LGBTQ+ Specific) - Call/text (414) 856-LGBT (not a 24 hour line)
  • General Support for LGBTQ+ Youth - Q Chat Space is a safe chat for youth ages 13-19.

Immediate Mental Health Needs 

  • Crisis Center - 920-436-8888 local Green Bay line; available 24/7.
  • Text Line - 741741 to connect with a trained crisis counselor. Texts are answered quickly 24/7.
  • MyConnectionNEW.org - If you are feeling alone or afraid or just want to connect with another human being, there are Warmlines ready to support you: Emotional CPR Listener Warmline at 920-931-2572 Iris Place Peer Warmline at 920-815-3217
  • Trevor Project - Suicide prevention for LGBTQ+ youth. TrevorText - Text START to 678678. TrevorLifeline call 1-866-488-7386. 

Updates on Community Agencies

  • Family Services Counseling Clinics - Telehealth and Zoom appointments are available. Call (920) 436-6800. 
  • N.E.W. Community Clinics - Locations are open for walk-ins and patients are screened and triaged appropriately with COVID symptoms. Call (920) 437-9773. 
  • Rawhide Youth Services - New London offices still closed to outpatient. All other offices are open for in-person and virtual visits. Call (920) 785-6655.
  • Catholic Charities & Treatment Services - Currently seeing clients in-person and virtually to meet the needs. Call (920) 272-8734.
  • Willow Creek Behavioral Health - Intake referrals are in-person and there will be a telehealth option. Call (920) 328-1220.
  • Brown County Health & Human Services, Outpatient & Mental Health Substance Abuse Services - Strictly telehealth with the exception of some providers who are doing in-person sessions. Call (920) 391-6940.
  • Foundations Health & WholenessVideo appointments via Zoom are available. All assessments are done over the phone. Call (920) 437-8256.
  • From Mourning to Hope - Call (920) 737-2790 to coordinate a Zoom support group. 

Additional Resources

  • Brown County Reopening Guidelines - Brown County has created a County Reopening Plan. The plan provides general guidance for everyone to follow and also provides guidelines for area businesses in a variety of categories: Food service industry; Mobile food businesses; Lodging; Retail stores; Manufacturing; and Office buildings.
  • Brown County COVID-19 Community Resource & Response Initiative - Achieve Brown County has launched a Resource and Response Interactive Mapping Tool to demonstrate and assess how organizations from all sectors – business, childcare, government, healthcare, housing, non-profit and education – across Brown County are responding to the COVID-19 crisis relative to many needs of our community members.   
  • Birth to 3 - Support for families in Brown County when there are concerns about a child’s development. Our program is for families with children between birth and three years old. Infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities are identified and evaluated for early intervention services by our multidisciplinary team.
  • Brown County Library - The library is open for limited public service. Visit their website for information about contactless pickup service, the library reopening plan, list of available services, etc.
  • Bay Lake Consortium Support - In need of a helping hand with food share, healthcare or childcare? Apply today-English. Apply today - Spanish 
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