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Mandy Stanley, Director

Main Office Clinical Services 428 Underwood Avenue - PO Box 405 480 Underwood Avenue - PO Box 405
Montello, WI 53949 Montello, WI 53949
608.297.3124 ph 608.297.8718 fax 608.297.3181 ph    608.297.2148 fax

Toll Free Call 1.800.627.6767

Marquette County Department of Human Services is seeking feedback on our services and budget to help plan for 2021.  Please click on the link to a very short survey to help us out.  Feel free to forward the survey to anyone else who may be interested.


The Marquette County Department of Human Services is dedicated to providing high quality, caring, customer friendly assistance to those in need in Marquette County.  Assistance is provided through cooperative and collaborative relationships with contract agencies, community organizations and those receiving services.  Protecting the vulnerable while promoting healthy families, relationships and life styles are priorities.


Through the combined efforts of the Department and its community partners, a full continuum of effective human services will be developed and maintained, resulting in a healthy, safe, caring and welcoming environment.



To report Child Abuse or Neglect--608.297.3124

To report Elder Abuse or Neglect---608.297.3124

24/7 Mental Health/AODA Crisis line--1.888.552.6642 

Aging and Disability Resource Center information-1.855.440.ADRC(2372)

Click on the images below or call 1.888.256.4563 to apply for or learn more about BadgerCare and FoodShare or Child Care Assistance. 

Click here for BadgerCare:  BC+logo

Click here for FoodShare: foodshare1

Click here to find a youngstar provider:  youngstar_logo

Click here to find out how to become a Certified Child Care Provider click here: CHILDCARING_LOGO




To report Fraud--1.877.865.3432

Coordinated Services Team

Coordinated Services Teams (CST) is a wraparound model of care for children with behavioral health issues. CST is targeted to children that are involved in two or more systems of care (such as mental health, long term care, juvenile justice, child welfare, substance abuse or special education) and who have complex needs  Please contact: for more information.                          

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The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) is administered by the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration.  Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Public Benefits Energy Assistance Program and their related services help approximately 230,000 Wisconsin households annually. In addition to regular heating and electric assistance, specialized services include:
Emergency fuel assistance, 
Counseling for energy conservation and energy budgets, 
Pro-active co payment plans, 
Targeted outreach services, 
Emergency furnace repair and replacement
Call (608) 297-3124 for more information or to make an appointment. For your convenience we have attached a copy of the form you may use to apply as well as the income guidelines.

2019-2020 Home Energy And Income 2


LONG FORM Home Energy Plus Program 2019-2020

Please refer to the checklist for items to complete the application:WHEAP Checklist

Wisconsin Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus Non-Emergency Medical Transportation
As the state of Wisconsin’s non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) manager, MTM, Inc. arranges transportation for eligible Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus members throughout the state to their covered preventative and life-sustaining medical appointments. Our goal is to work with Wisconsin stakeholders to ensure a transparent, collaborative relationship while coordinating an innovative, quality-driven transportation program for members, medical facilities, and transportation providers.  For a ride or to get a Trip Number if you plan on driving yourself - please call at least 48 hours in advance  1-866-907-1493

 Mileage Trip Log Form


Hours of operation- Thursdays from Noon-3:00pm

You must provide identification and proof of residency for each member in the household. Acceptable documents include: Wisconsin Immunization Registry records; report cards;birth or baptismal certificates;passports;medical, insurance, or library cards; driver's licenses; state/military/tribal IDs; and first-class mail to a member of your household and postmarked within the past 30 days. You must be a resident of Marquette County and income eligible in order to receive food. To avoid high traffic times and waiting lines, please plan on picking up your food according to your address:

1st Thurs.--Montello, Dalton, Neshkoro, and Packwaukee

2nd Thurs--Westfield

3rd Thurs--Oxford, Endeavor, and Briggsville

Emergency Financial Aid

Marquette County has two options for emergency financial aid:

Salvation Army can be reached at 608-297-2717-Directions will be given when you call. Rent assistance only at this time

Guardian Angels--Pick up an application packet at the Senior Dome at 140 Lake Ct. (next to Library), Montello from 10:00a-1:00p  Monday through Friday--all directions are in the packet.

Marquette County Family Resource Directory

The Family Resource Directory lists and describes many services and opportunities. It has a Table of Contents to guide you.Updates are made as things change.  Directory is a service of UW-Extension in Marquette County and CAP Services.

Civil Rights Information.

Marquette County will not discriminate in employment or service delivery on the basis of  race, religion, pregnancy, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, sex, age (except where sex or age is a bona fide occupational qualification), Genetic Information and Testing, Family & Medical Leave status, arrest or conviction records, or any other characteristic protected by law.  We prohibit retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or participate in the investigation of any complaint or otherwise oppose discrimination. 

Please call 608.297.3124 or email with any questions, concerns or comments.  We will be happy to direct you or your email to the appropriate person.



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