Supported Groups

Big Brothers Big Sisters
A mentoring program that matches children aged 6-14 years old with a Big Brother, Big Sister or Big Couple. The matches spend 2-3 hours together, weekly. The school-based program, Partners at Lunch, partners an adult and child for lunch, one day a week.

Bread & Roses
Provides free meal and fellowship every Thursday from 4:30-6:30 pm at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Bright Beginnings
Provides in-home visitation, education and follow-up support for at risk first-time parents through the infants’ first year.

Community Action Coalition
CAC provides services to individuals experiencing poverty in Dane, Jefferson and Waukesha Counties. CAC assists with rent assistance, emergency shelter motel vouchers, eviction prevention assistance, landlord/tenant mediation and education, and homeless transitional housing. CAC also holds the Koats for Kids annual coat drive, operates a 0% interest car loan program and distributes Senior Farmer market vouchers.

Community Dental Clinic
Provides basic dental health services to uninsured and Medicaid patients in Jefferson County.(920)563-4372

Conexiones Latinas
A Spanish language newsletter that informs and educates the Hispanic community of area services and general information.

Crossroads House of 
Provides housing, rental assistance and related services for families in transition.

Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Badgerland
Inspires girls to the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism and service so that they may become happy and resourceful citizens.

Jefferson County Early 
Services children 0-3 years old with any type of special needs residing in Watertown (Jefferson Cnty.). Services offered include speech, occupational, physical and educational therapies.(920)674-7386

Jefferson County Literacy 
Council, Inc.
One-to-one tutoring, in the areas of reading, writing, listening, speaking and job skills training, for native English speakers and language learners.

Jefferson County Wraparound
Helps to keep children with multiple needs in their homes, through the creation and maintenance of a comprehensive, coordinated and community-based system, centered on strengthening the child and family.

Loaves and fishes
Provides free meal and friendship every Monday evening at the Watertown Moravian Church.(920)261-7494

PADA (People Against Domestic Abuse)
Crisis intervention, individual counseling, support groups, information referrals and linkage to other resources, community education. Also bi-lingual services, services to children from abusive households and elder abuse services.

PAVE (People Against a Violent 
Provides 24 hour emergency shelter, transportation and crisis counseling, case management for in-house clients, transitional services, legal advocacy, adult support groups, children’s services, sexual assault counseling and community education.

 Area Boy Scouts of America
Develops positive, moral and ethical young people in program for 6-18 year olds.

Rainbow Hospice
Provides nursing, social and other services for terminally ill patients in their homes.

Recovery Support Center

The mission of RSC is to foster recovery and transformation for individuals who struggle with addiction or have a criminal record, and hope for their loved ones.
(920) 988-6944

Salvation Army
Provides emergency financial assistance for basic life needs.

Watertown Area Cares Clinic
Provides free health care to uninsured persons who meet income guidelines.

Watertown Family Aid Assoc., Inc. 
Furnishes food and clothing to needy families with special emphasis on children and senior citizens.

Watertown Family Center
The WFC prepares, strengthens and supports all families in raising strong, healthy children. Free programs include: parent education and infant massage classes, workshops, drop-in and structured playgroups, car seat safety check, resource lending library and family fun activities.(920)261-2450