Sheboygan County Job Center - Sheboygan WI

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Child Care

Child Care payment assistance is available for low-income employed parents. A co-payment may be required.

Children First

Children First provides employment services for non-custodial, non-supporting parents who are referred by Circuit Court.

Consumer Credit Counseling Service

CCCS, a division of Family Service Association of Sheboygan, Inc. is a non-profit community service organization.

We provide Credit /Debt Counseling Services, Financial Education, Bankruptcy Education, Bankruptcy Counseling, Home Buyer Education, and Housing Counseling. We help individuals and families deal with their credit, debt, and housing issues through personal budgeting counseling and financial education.

Visit the link below to go to the Consumer Credit Counseling Service Website:

Consumer Credit Counseling Service Website

Emergency Assistance

Emergency Assistance is available to families with minor children who are facing loss of housing due to fire, flood, natural disaster, energy crisis or homelessness.

Food Share

Food Share supplements the food budget for low-income households. The Food Share Employment and Training (FSET) program requires that employable individuals must participate in work or work-related activities 27 hours per week in order to receive Food Share. FSET participants may be eligible for short-term training, case management and support services.

Medical Assistance

Medical Assistance, including Medicaid, Healthy Start and BadgerCare provides medical coverage to low-income families with children, pregnant women and elderly and disabled individuals. A co-payment or premium may be required for some types of Medicaid. Family Planning Waiver provides reproductive health care services to women between ages 15-44.

Refugee Assistance Program

Refugee Assistance Program is a work-based program which provides cash benefits for the first eight months after a refugee enters the United States.

Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP)

Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) provides assistance with fuel and utility expenses for low-income households. The program also provides weatherization and furnace repair for energy-inefficient homes. Crisis payments and proactive case management services are available for individuals whose heat or utilities are being disconnected by the vendor.

Wisconsin Works (W-2)

Wisconsin Works (W-2) is a work-based program to assist families find and maintain employment through job referrals, paid work experience, short-term training, case management and support services, such as transportation or job access loans. Cash benefits are based on hours of participation. The program is available to all qualifying parents with minor children, who have low income and low assets. The goal is for families to become financially self-sufficient.