Resources and Information
We have collected some helpful resources and information. We believe that best practices, good communication, and taking the time to review important health information with our patients are foundations for great care and essential for an optimal recovery. We encourage you to discuss any concerns you have with your primary care provider.
Below are some additional resources for your consideration. Many have been provided by other health and wellness-focused organizations that we partner with throughout our service area. Please note this is NOT a comprehensive list. We are always adding to it as we are notified of additional resources.
Jefferson County Emergency 24/7 Mental Health Line: (920) 674-3105
(from the American Lung Association)
Directory of Resources
- Jefferson County Drug Free Coalition
- Community Action Coalition for South Central Wisconsin
Community action program serving Dane, Jefferson, and Waukesha Counties to develop the economic and social capacities of individuals and families in order to reduce poverty; Workforce Development Center, 874 Collins Road, Jefferson; (608) 237-1255 or email@example.com.
- Aging & Disability Resource Center of Jefferson County
Helping to serve and support caregivers by connecting them to resources that help them; 1541 Annex Road, Jefferson; (920) 674-8734.
Caregiver Handbook available online.
- Jefferson County Health Department
1541 Annex Road, Jefferson; (920) 674-7442
- Rock River Community Clinic (medical, dental, behavioral health)
- Fort HealthCare Diabetes Education Department
- Financial Aid Information
- CareLine Program
- Weight Management Resources
- Support Groups
- Advance Directives
- 2-1-1- Wisconsin – 211 connects you with thousands of nonprofit and government services in your area. If you want personal assistance call the three-digit number 211 or 877-947-2211. A friendly voice to talk with you 24/7/365.
- SAMHSA Disaster Distress Hotline – 24/7/365 National Hotline dedicated to providing immediate crisis counseling for people experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. Toll-free, multilingual, and confidential.
- Domestic and Sexual Violence Services
- Domestic Abuse Intervention Services One. And for all. Those needing services should contact the 24-hour free and confidential Help Line at (608) 251-4445.
- PAVE Protect. Advocate. Validate. Educate. Everyone deserves a safe space. No one should feel afraid to go home, to work, or to school. No one should have to worry about making it through the day unharmed. For immediate help, call 24/7 (800) 775-3785. Texting Line (920) 344-1351.
- National Domestic Violence Hotline Supporting survivors 24/7. For anyone affected by abuse and needing support, call (800) 799-7233. Get help without saying a word by logging onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 22522.
- New Beginnings APFV – Jefferson & Walworth Counties (also en Espanol) – Services for victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, stalking, human trafficking, and harassment. There are 2 locations, in Whitewater and Elkhorn. Download the flyer available at the New Beginnings APFV link, or call 262-723-4653.
- Southern Consortium Call Center for Healthcare, Foodshare, and other Assistance Programs
- Jefferson County Zero Suicide Team
- Free or Reduced Cost Help (findhelp.org)
Open Enrollment – HealthCare.gov
Medicare Application & Information – Medicare.gov
If you do not have health insurance and are finding yourself confused about the process of the Affordable Care Act, we can help you. Certified Application Specialists are trained professionals that can provide personalized help selecting plans that meet your individual needs. Whether you are re-enrolling or enrolling for the first time, a Fort HealthCare Certified Application Specialist can help you navigate your options. Contact us at (920) 563-4443.