Walworth County Child & Family Resource Directory
2023/2024 Child & Family Resource Directory
Every family faces challenges, but also has strengths that they can draw upon during difficult times. When communities work together to help build and celebrate these strengths, families feel more confident, less stressed, and better connected. The information in the Walworth County Child and Family Resource Directory has been compiled by the Tree House Child and Family Center to help raise awareness of the many resources and supports available to families throughout the community.
Please note: While we do our best to ensure that the information is current and accurate, the Tree House cannot endorse or recommend any organization, product, program, or service. Please use your discretion when calling for services, requesting estimates, or reviewing references and licensure. This Directory may not be all-inclusive. It is our goal to update the Directory annually and make it available to the community every August.
To request copies of the 2023/2024 Directory for your business, school, church, organization, childcare center, or agency, please call 262-755-8733 or contact email@example.com.
To view a digital version of the Directory in English or Spanish, please click the respective image below. (Digital versions are updated periodically to reflect additions and corrections.)
Funding for the Directory is made possible in part by the Walworth County Department of Health and Human Services and the Wisconsin Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board (CANPB) Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG).
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211: Families looking for resources also may contact 211 as a central access point for inquiries about family, health, and social services. Dial 211 (toll-free) or visit Impact 211’s online database at www.impactinc.org/impact-211.
United Way of Walworth County: If you’re in need of assistance, United Way can connect you with an organization that can help meet your specific needs. Visit https://unitedwaywalworth.org or call 262-374-4474.
Walworth County Aging & Disability Resource Center: For older adults and persons with disabilities, the Walworth County Aging & Disability Resource Center provides a Resource Directory, which may be accessed online at www.co.walworth.wi.us/376/Aging-Disability-Resource-Center.