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Shelter Care

Mission Statement
The primary mission of Brown County Shelter Care is to serve the community by strengthening youth and families. We accomplish this by providing youth with quality shelter care.

What is Shelter Care?
Shelter Care is a non-secure facility owned and operated through Brown County and licensed through the State of Wisconsin. Residents range in age from 10-17 years old. The Shelter accommodates up to 18 youth at one time, and houses both males and females. To be placed at Shelter Care, the youth must be found eligible by Juvenile Court or a Juvenile Intake Worker. We are unable to accept private pay or volunteer youth.

ContactJames Baker & Kevin Schmeling, Unit Supervisors

General Phone: 920-391-4625
General Fax: 920-391-4628
LocationBrown County Shelter Care
2980 Saint Anthony Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311
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