resources available through our community
Please call to verify hours during the COVID 19 Pandemic.
**The agencies listed are not a comprehensive list of all services offered nor an endorsement by the Waterford Graded School District.
- Network of Care for Children, Youth and Families - community directory of behavioral and mental health resources that are local and also provides up to date information.
- Racine County Human Services - services from mental health, health care, child care, food share, child abuse and neglect, kinship, foster and more.
- Impact 211 - A central access point for residents in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Dodge, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha, Ozaukee, and Washington Counties who need assistance with family, health, and social services. Free and confidential, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Online resource directory, phone help, text assistance, and online live chat available. Dial 211 or 1-866-211-3380
- Love, Inc. - Non-profit organization with over 40 different programs, such as a food pantry, meal site, rent assistance, mentoring, client assistance, financial mentoring, case management, etc. for families in Western Racine County. Provides information and referral services. (262) 763-6226
- Racine County Human Services: Burlington Service Center - Access to Racine County Human Services in the western Racine county area. 1072 Milwaukee Ave., Burlington
- Workforce Solutions- Resource center that provides many no fee services that are offered to assist with employment searches/job seeking. (262) 767-7299
Resources Available THROUGH the waterford graded school district
- Student Assistance Program (SAP)
- Parents United- A non-profit consortium of 26 southeastern Wisconsin special education departments that have united to provide an educational community service. The mission of the group is to present timely and informative information, in a neutral forum, for parents and professionals who work with children.
- Free & Reduced Lunch Program - Applications for free and reduced lunch are available to children whose families qualify under the income scale and eligibility guidelines established by the federal government. Individuals participating in the free and reduced lunch program during the past school year are required to complete a new application each year. Questions regarding the program should be directed to the building office staff.
- WGSD Anti-Bullying Page - Bully prevention resources and reporting forms.