What's New in Human Services

Affordable Connectivity program

A new long-term benefit that will help to lower the cost of broadband service for eligible households struggling to afford internet service is now available. Follow this link for further information: Affordable Connectivity Program Information

caregiver/home care worker information

Current caregiver statistics and the effects Medicaid expansion would have on them can be viewed here: Caregiver Information.

Service Providers Needed!

Bayfield County Human Services is experiencing a shortage of service providers to assist children with disabilities. We are looking for: mentors, supportive home care workers, daily living skills coaches, respite providers, and in-home nursing staff. We have several children with funding approved from the State of Wisconsin, but no people to provide the services they need. Some of these services are needed on a daily basis, but others are only once or twice per month. If you have experience working with people with special needs, or you have some extra time and kindness to share with a local family, we NEED YOU! Please contact the Youth Services Coordinator, Hayley Weyers, at 715-373-6144 or email Hayley Weyers.

Annual Report

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