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.
(920)261-2315


Bread & Roses
Provides free meal and fellowship every Thursday from 4:30-6:30 pm at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church.
(920)253-6327


Bright Beginnings
Provides in-home visitation, education and follow-up support for at risk first-time parents through the infants’ first year.
(920)262-8090


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.
(920)262-9667


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.
(920)568-5018

Crossroads House of 
Watertown
Provides housing, rental assistance and related services for families in transition.
(920)261-9459


Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Badgerland
 Council
Inspires girls to the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism and service so that they may become happy and resourceful citizens.
(800)236-2710


Jefferson County Early 
Intervention
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.
(920)206-1260


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.
(920)674-8715


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.
(920)674-6748


PAVE (People Against a Violent 
Environment)
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.
(800)775-3785


Potawatomi
 Area Boy Scouts of America
Develops positive, moral and ethical young people in program for 6-18 year olds.
(262)544-4881


Rainbow Hospice
Provides nursing, social and other services for terminally ill patients in their homes.
(920)674-6255


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.
(800)264-6412


Watertown Area Cares Clinic
Provides free health care to uninsured persons who meet income guidelines.
(920)206-7797


Watertown Family Aid Assoc., Inc. 
Furnishes food and clothing to needy families with special emphasis on children and senior citizens.
(920)262-8099


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

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