The mission of the ELCA Urban Outreach Center is to share Gods love by addressing the needs of children, youth and adults through programs and services that encourage them to become self-sufficient, caring and participating members of the community.
Goodwill provides training, employment and supportive services for people with disabilities or disadvantages who seek greater independence.
The Hope Council's mission is to reduce the impact of alcohol and other drug abuse in our community by providing education, prevention, intervention and referral services
Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services, Inc.is a private, not-for-profit organization serving residents of Kenosha County. They promote healthy families, healthy aging, and a healthy community through their services for families with children and older adults.
Kenosha Human Development Services provides public, individual, and group care for the citizens of Kenosha County in cooperation with the social, health, and family service branches of county, state, and federal government.
RKCAA-Kenosha provides resources to support wellness and food security to Kenosha families through food and nutrition programs such as WIC-Women, Infant & Children, breastfeeding support, Kenosha Senior Veggie Vouchers, Cupboard Bound/Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)and the Emergency Food Assistance Program. Families also have access to a variety of services and programs to support overall health such as KCDOH's Wellness Center, Dedicated Dads, Fit Families, Kenosha Health Improvement (KHIP) and the Teaching Kitchen.
Since 1982, the Shalom Center has been building hope and building a future for those they serve. The mission of the Shalom Center is to serve the community by providing emergency food, shelter, and support in ways that meet immediate needs and respect human dignity, with a goal to help people maximize their potential for self-sufficiency.
Since 1983, the Sharing Center has served Western Kenosha County residents by sharing resources and advocating for self-sufficiency. As the local crisis and resource center, the Center provides a myriad of resources and programs in Spanish and English to assist with hunger, homelessness, housing, utilities & rent, domestic violence, batterer's intervention, holiday gifts and meals, and much more. They advocate locally and nationally to increase the physical, mental, and financial health of our community.
The Salvation Army is here to help those in need without discrimination. We have several programs to help those in our community. For example: Spiritual needs, food pantry, Christmas toy shop, youth programs, school supply distribution in fall, assistance in various other ways based on available funds. We are funded completely by donations and grants and volunteers to help make our programs work. Please see our website for more details.
Walkin In My Shoes is a charitable, nonprofit organization with a Street Outreach Program that links the homeless with immediate emergency shelter assistance and helps secure adequate placement within 24 hours. They also provide Survival Backpacks that include personal care items for immediate needs to underserved, unsheltered street homeless youth, men, women, and children. In addition, they opened the Drop-in Center for Homeless Youth for the many teens and youth living "in between" the homes of friends and relatives. Homeless youth can contact the 24 hour emergency hotline 365 days a year by calling (262) 914-2077.
The mission of Women and Children's Horizons is to provide support, education, training, and healing for the victims of sexual and domestic violence/abuse. Women and Children's Horizons provides a 24 hour crisis line and shelter, children's services, hospital advocacy, domestic and sexual victim advocacy, transitional living, legal advocacy, group support and a certified batterers' treatment program for both men and women. WCH also provides a food pantry, clothing closet and household goods storeroom. Many programs are offered in Spanish and English.