Job Center Building - 3620 Wilgus Avenue, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Management Contact: Tim Gessler - Economic Support Manager
Phone: (920) 208-5892
Have the customer call (920) 208-5946 to schedule an appointment for the drug test.
Inform customer to go to Sheboygan County Job Center and request a vault card. The receptionist will contact the worker who can issue the card. ID is needed to issue vault cards.
Vault Card Pickup Address - Primary: Sheboygan County Job Center, 3620 Wilgus Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081
Primary Vault Card Pickup Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Walk-in services, no call required.
Primary QUEST Vault Card Coordinator: Cheri Nennig
Backup Primary QUEST Vault Card Coordinator: Bonnie Widder
Homeless Mail Pickup Sites:
Sheboygan County Job Center, 3620 Wilgus Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081.
Mail pickup time: Wak-in services Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
To report a change, customers are directed to call CCA or use the computers in the lobby to report via Access.
To apply for benefits, computers, paper applications and phones are available in the resource room or ES Reception from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m..
If it’s a new program we give them all applications options. If they want to apply while there, client registration is complete and an appointment scheduled.
Workers can release case information without a release of information form or authorized representative form to the following contracted agencies:
All Fraud/Overpayment referrals are now done through B.R.I.T.S.
When callers have a question about an overpayment refer caller to Clarissa Roberts at (920) 208-5920.
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Any concerned individual can report suspected abuse or neglect directly to a local child protective service agency or law enforcement agency. Certain individuals whose employment brings them into contact with children are required by law to report any suspected abuse or neglect or threatened abuse or neglect to a child seen in the course of their professional duties.
Sheboygan County Child Support Call Center
People who meet the following three criteria could be eligible for additional help with food:
Hunger Task Force of Milwaukee covers Sheboygan | Phone: (414) 777-0483
Report these types of Elder Abuse: Physical, Financial, Emotional Abuse, and Neglect
Energy Services Inc., also known as Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP), provides free cash grants to help people pay their winter heating and energy bills. The Energy Assistance program is operated from October 1st through May 15th of each year.
Sheboygan County residents should call Forward Services at (920) 395-9154. For Emergency Assistance eligibility information please visit the State website at http://dcf.wisconsin.gov/w2/ea.htm.
Food Share Employment and Training (FSET).This program assists people who get FoodShare to find a job through work activities and education and training.
If a funeral home, cemetery, or crematory service provider contacts an income maintenance (IM) agency to check a deceased individual’s Medicaid eligibility, submit reimbursement applications, or to check on requests/applications that have been submitted, please refer them to contact WFCAP at:
The WFCAP call center hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. In addition, only service providers may submit WFCAP applications. Family members interested in funeral/burial assistance should speak with a service provider.
As a reminder, IM agencies are responsible for processing health care applications and they must be processed prior to determining eligibility for WFCAP.
First-time moms who are less than 29 weeks pregnant, meet income requirements, and live in a service area are eligible for free help from a personal nurse who will come to your home to offer advice, support, and a good laugh when you need it most through your pregnancy and until your baby is 2 years old.
Safe at Home is a statewide address confidentiality program that provides victims of actual or threatened domestic abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse, stalking, and trafficking, or those who simply fear for their physical safety with a legal substitute address to be used for both public and private purposes. Enrollment in Safe at Home allows participants to use and receive mail at an assigned address in lieu of their actual address. Safe at Home then forwards mail from the assigned address to participants’ actual addresses free of charge.
If your customers have any questions regarding Safe at Home, please have them call (608) 266-6613 or email@example.com
More information is also available:https://www.doj.state.wi.us/ocvs/safe-home
Direct customers to this site for information on how customers can get a free phone.
SAFELINK WIRELESS® service is a program for Income eligible households provided by TracFone Wireless, Inc. In order to participate in the SAFELINK WIRELESS® service, persons must meet certain eligibility requirements set by each State where the service is to be provided. These requirements are based on a person’s participation in a state or Federal support programs or by meeting the Income Poverty Guidelines as defined by the U.S. Government. SAFELINK WIRELESS® service is limited to one person per household.
Emergency lodging and other financial assistance
For more information about other transportation services contact 211.
Forward Service Corporation
For more information on Wisconsin Works (W-2) may be obtained from the State web site.
To apply visit Sheboygan County Health & Human Services, 1011 N 8th St, Sheboygan WI 53081, or call (920) 459-3417