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Community Services Database - 211

Community Services Database-211 is an online resource database developed and maintained through a partnership between the Brown County United Way, Aging & Disability Resource Center and Family Services Crisis Center. It allows you to search for services, 24 hours a day via the internet. Searches are based on key words or on programs if you know the name of the organization or agency. Anyone can receive the same 24/7 support via phone by dialing 2-1-1.

We strongly recommend you talk with staff about your individual situation before making choices from the many community resources that are available. Although this information is helpful, it is limited due to space, our staff can provide more detailed information to help you meet your individual needs. Call (920) 448-4300 to discuss your situation by phone or set up an appointment for an office or in home visit.

Go to Community Services Database-211 by clicking this hyperlink.

Re-Entry Resources
Entering back into the community after a recent incarceration can be overwhelming. Luckily, there are resources in Brown County that can help. Use the re-entry resources listed below to get assistance in finding housing, employment, case management services, and support groups.

Re-Entry 72-Hour Checklist
Taking the time to plan a few days in advance of leaving jail or prison can help to put resources in place to make the transition as smooth as possible. Use this checklist to make sure all potential needs are accounted for.

Re-Entry Resource Guide
Making a smooth transition from incarceration back to the community is possible when using resources in Brown County. Use this guide before and after incarceration to make the transition successful.
Produced from the community partnership of the Brown County 2-1-1 Database
(Brown County United Way, ADRC of Brown County, and Family Services of Northeastern Wisconsin).

Material and information provided through the assistance of these community partners:
The ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc.
Brown County Community Treatment Center
Micah Center
Prison After Care Network (PAN)
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