Serving the Fox Valley, Green Bay, Oshkosh and surrounding communities.
A Program of Goodwill NCW

Part 8 – Green Bay Resources

 

 

Brown County Assistance Programs

Housing and rent assistance

The Salvation Army Emergency Services 920-497-7053, Legal Action of Wisconsin, Green Bay 920-432-4645, and Family Services provide both short-term and medium-term rental assistance, help with utility and heating bills, and also aid to pay security deposits, all with the goal to help keep people in their homes or help them relocate if they can’t stay in their homes.

Other agencies to contact for help paying rent in Green Bay and Brown County Wisconsin include Forward Service Corporation 920-448-6760. They offer rent help, eviction prevention, and financial assistance.

 

Emergency financial assistance for bills, rent, medications

St. Vincent de Paul’s Personal Service Center (PSC) is a nonprofit-based charity organization that provides vouchers and financial assistance to low to moderate income, needy families and individuals in the area. Aid is provided for clothing, furniture, baby supplies and household items. In addition, the non-profit can provide emergency financial assistance and grants to help pay for rent, utilities and heating bills, prescription drugs, medical supplies, transportation, gasoline vouchers, etc. Low-income residents can turn to this agency after all other “mainstream” resources, including federal government and Wisconsin programs, have been exhausted. Financial assistance is provided every two years to those in need. 920-432-2579

The Green Bay Salvation Army’s Social Services Emergency Assistance Office might have aid, offered on a case-by-case basis; you must apply and speak to a counselor. Support services and assistance that might be available to people in need on a case-by-case basis include food assistance; personal hygiene products; baby items such as diapers; paper products; transportation assistance and gasoline vouchers; baby needs; prescription drugs; heating bill assistance; health care and medical needs; phone calls; seasonal assistance; school supplies; cleaning supplies; utility assistance for disconnections; and rental and housing assistance programs. Shower facilities are available Monday and Wednesday from 8:30-10:45 a.m., and Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m.-noon (towels and soap are provided). 920-497-7053. Rent help, career counseling and employment programs are offered by Green Bay-based Forward Service Corporation. 920-448-6760. Also access Job Search/Placement and rental help.

Integrated Community (920-498-3737) administers financial assistance and provides cash grants with heating costs. In addition, funds for utility bill can be provided. One-time payment for each season.

Oneida Center For Self-Sufficiency: People who meet Wisconsin low-income guidelines can apply for weatherization assistance, the repair or replacement of irreparable heating systems, and also financial aid to pay their heating bills. 2640 West Point Road West Wing, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304, call 800-216-3216

De Pere Christian Outreach Center can assist homeless families, people facing eviction and/or very poor individuals. The non-profit offers supportive services including general financial and rental assistance. Other housing type resources for Brown County residents includes shelter, transitional units, and assistance in finding long term, permanent housing. They also process applications for the Section 8 housing voucher program, which offers subsidies for paying your rent. Address is 506 Butler Street, De Pere, WI 54115.

Oneida Tribe Economic Support Services in the Social Services Building processes applications for utility assistance. The primary program is the federally funded Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP). 2640 West Point Road West Wing, Green Bay.

Brown County Economic Support operates government benefits and public assistance pro-grams. These tend to be for very low-income and others under extreme hardship. Examples include SNAP food stamps (or FoodShare), grants for paying heating bills, and medical aid.

Wisconsin Public Service Corporation Assistance: If you need help with utility bills, the Customer Assistance Advisor Program can provide payment plans, options, and offer referrals and information. 600 North Adams Street, Green Bay, 800-450-7260

Help from Brown County Community Action Agency: The local non-profit is NEWCAP, and the phone number is 920-834-4621. The agency services many different counties and areas in Wisconsin, and offers several assistance programs to help people become self-sufficient. Programs offered include: Weatherization Assistance, an Emergency Food Assistance Program and Food Pantry Program, Homeowner Rehabilitation Program, and a Job and Business Development (JBD) Program.

Credit repair and debt help: Receive free debt and credit services from Catholic Charities, Diocese of Green Bay. They offer residents several different debt and credit programs. Receive one-on-one credit counseling. Learn how to deal with and file a bankruptcy, or learn how to eliminate credit card debts. Call 920-272-8234 to receive free counseling.

Mortgage delinquency and foreclosure assistance: NeighborWorks Green Bay offers programs — including all facets of pre- and post-purchase home buyer education and foreclosure counseling. The services are offered in either in weekly seminars and/or classes and one-on-one sessions. Housing counselors also provide foreclosure counseling to families at risk of foreclosure through mortgage delinquency or default. 920-593-3707.

Find free or low-cost health care: NEW Community Clinic provides low-income people with limited or no health insurance, and other struggling individuals with access to health and medical care where there are gaps in the area health care delivery system. Most health care and dental services offered at the clinic are free to patients. Services offered for individuals include a nurse practitioner, chronic illness, non-emergency acute care, limited dental assistance and care programs, health care prevention and wellness services. 920-498-5436.

Bellin Health 920-433-3633.

Free food and pantries in Brown County Wisconsin

  • Calvary Lutheran Church Food Pantry 920-494-2431
  • Manna For Life Ministries 920-437-3629
  • The Giving Tree Pantry 920-662-7962
  • Bernard Church 920-468-4811.

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Brown County Employment Agencies

 

COMPANY ADDRESS PHONE Fax Specialty Website
A Career Advantage 1210 George St., Appleton 920-731-5167 Resume writing, career assessment, career coaching acareeradvantage.com
ABR Employment Service 550 N Military Ave #12, Green Bay 54303 920-592-9393 Office, clerical, professional, technical, light industrial abrjobs.com
Ackerman Construction Services LLC 1111 N. Lynndale Dr., #201, Appleton 54914 920-380-9388 Construction trades, skilled trades Email:
QuinnKalies@
AckermanCS.com
Aerotek 2109 E. Capitol Dr., Building B, Suite 1, Appleton, WI 920-636-4110 920-636-4180 Manufacturing, electronics, energy/utilities, engineering, automotive aerotek.com
Akrue Quality Staffing N1039 Tower View Dr., Greenville 54942 920-968-0166 Skilled trades, construction, warehouse, manufacturing, clerical, sales, heavy industrial No website, must call. Long term contract and full time permanent positions
Argus Technical Services 2339 W. Wisconsin Ave., Appleton, 54914 920-731-7703 920-731-1886 Engineering, skilled trades argus-tech.com
Axiom Virtual Executive Assistance 6433 N. Smoketree Pass, Appleton 920-574-2887 Resume writing, business building assistance No website, must call. Home business
Cadre 1251 Scheuring Road, Suite C
De Pere, WI 54115
920-339-9140 920-339-9163 Entry level, office, clerical to high level admin, customer service, sales, engineering, IT cadreservices.com
Career Options, Inc. 2800 E. Enterprise Ave.
Appleton, WI 54913
920-832-4500 Accounting, administrative/customer service, finan-cial, light truck/
auto, general labor
career-options.com
Dell Technical & Medical Group 1500 N. Casaloma Dr., Suite 205,
Appleton, WI 54913
920-954-0404 920-954-0450 Technical, IT, professional engineering, medical dell.tech.com
Direct Start P.O. Box 632, Menasha 54952 920-886-0232 Engineering, machinists, clerical, skilled trades direct-start.com
Duet Recruiting 2107 Lost Dauphin Rd
De Pere, WI 54115
920-731-5221 Resume writing, skill development, career development duetrecruiting.com
Employment Resource Group Incorporated 3100 N. Ballard Rd., Appleton 920-996-9700 Banking, construction, financial services, function-based leadership, healthcare, insurance, power/utilities/renewable en-ergy/industrial, manufacturing, non-profit ergsearch.com
Experis 4321 W. College Ave., Suite 345, Appleton 920-380-0850 See Website experisjobs.us
Firstaff 844 Willard Dr. Suite 6
Green Bay, WI 54304
920-499-9675 See Website poweredbystl.com
Flexstaff 800 N. Westhill Blvd., Appleton 54915 920-731-8082 920-731-4858 Office, account-ing, welding, customer ser-vice, data entry, manufacturing, warehousing flexstaff.com
Fox Valley Staffing, Inc. 1478 Kenwood Dr., Menasha 54952 920-720-0830 920-720-0832 Light industrial, hospitality, seasonal construction, printing, manu-facturing, cus-tomer services, material hand-ling, land-scaping foxvalleystaffing.com
H S Group, Inc. 2611 Libal Street
Green Bay 54301
920-432-7444 SEE WEBSITE thehsgroup.com
Innovative Services 445 S. Madison Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
920-431-0962 Vocational day program for adults with special needs; packaging; food products; cleaning; landscaping myinnovativeservices.com
IQ Industrial Group 1298 Lombardi Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54304
920-430-9675 920-430-9685 Light industrial, packaging, assembly, manufacturing Iqresourcegroup.com
Kelly Services 1551 Park Place
Green Bay, WI
54304-1982
920-497-1300 920-498-0955 Office, light
industrial/
assembly, auto-motive, call center, educa-tion, engine-ering, financial, healthcare, IT, legal
kellyservices.com
Key Technical Solutions 5765 W. Grande Market Dr., Appleton 920-560-4640 920-560-4641 Power/utility, engineering, IT, industrial, drafting/design itskey.com
Labor Ready 1401 S. Webster Ave. Green Bay, WI 54301 920-436-9990 Manual labor, light industrial laborready.com
Landmark Staffing 4321 W. College Ave., Suite 200,
Appleton, WI 54914
920-731-3130 Office, coding, reception, medical, accounting, data entry, customer services landmarkstaffing.
com
Manpower 1620 S. Ashland Ave.
Suite 105
Green Bay, WI 54304
920-432-0842 Light industrial, skilled trades, call center, office, account-ing, legal, technology, executive manpowerjobs.com
Midwest Labor 3019 W. Spencer St, Suite 102
Appleton, WI 54914
920-574-2236 920-364-9454 Manufacturing, industrial, hospitality, construction, assembly midwestlabor.com
Nurses PRN 740 Ford St., Suite A, Kimberly 920-830-8811 RN, LPN, CAN, health PRNhealthservices.com
QPS Employment Group 2039 Holmgren Way
Green Bay, WI 54304
920-351-2000 920-593-8601 Light/heavy industrial, assembly, package, order picking, fork lift, office qpsemployment.com
QTI Group 2701 Larsen Road
Suite BA109
Green Bay, WI 54303
920-857-3805 920-857-9157 Clerical, office, executive, light industrial, assembly, packaging, warehouse qtigroup.com
Recruitment & Placement Specialist 1254 W. Nicolet Circle, Appleton 920-734-0222 NO WEBSITE
Robert Half Finance & Accounting (Officeteam and Account temps) 100 W. Lawrence St. 3rd Floor,
Appleton WI 54911
920-996-0610 Financial (Accounttemps only) administrative, professional accounttemps.com  officeteam.com
Rph Professional Search 4712 Waterstone Ct., Appleton 920-358-0861 Pharmaceutical rphsearch.com
SEEK, Inc. 339 S Adams St, Green Bay, WI 54301 920-432-3988 920-432-7252 Office admini-stration, legal, accounting, technology, executive, light industrial, skilled trades seekcareers.com
Signature Search 414 S. Jefferson Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
920-884-2550 Executive level,
mid-manage-ment level, professional level
signaturesearch.com
US Tech Force 1830 West Mason St.
Suite 5
Green Bay, WI 54303
920-499-6400 920-499-8499 Skilled manufacturing, warehouse, general labor, construction, engineering ustechforce.com

 

 

Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
Program–Green Bay

Providing participants with pathways to success that lead to sustainable employment in high-demand occupations.

What is WIA (Workforce Investment Act)?

WIA is a reemployment and training program designed to assist dislocated workers, other adults and youth in Brown County to enter into high-demand occupations and gain livable wages within their geographical areas.

You may be eligible if:

  • You have been permanently laid off from your employment.
  • You are unemployed/underemployed with additional barriers to employment. Income guidelines may apply.
  • You are an out-of-school youth, up to age 21, who has barriers to employment. Income guidelines apply.

 

Available Services

  • Assistance in job search and job placement
  • Assessment of skills and barriers to employment
  • Labor market and career information
  • Skill enhancing workshops
  • Referrals to community resources
  • GED training

These services are provided through the Job Center Resource Room or with a WIA Case Manager.

Training Services may be available to individuals who are determined eligible and do not secure employment through Core and Intensive services. Documentation of a good faith job search is required. Financial assistance may be provided for tuition, books and services, depending on eligibility and need.

You must participate in a training program that has been determined to be a high-demand occupation by the Bay Area Workforce Development Board. For more information, visit the Brown County Job Center at 701 Cherry St., Green Bay. The center is open Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

TO LEARN MORE: Attend an Orientation! Register at the Job Center’s Job Search Help Desk or call 920-448-6760 to speak to a WIA Case Manager.

The WIA Program is sponsored by your local Job Center, Funded by the Bay Area Workforce Development Board. The vision of the Bay Area Workforce Development Board is that job skills and educational levels are increased, quality of life of all individuals is enhanced, while employers’ needs are met. The Bay Area Workforce Development Board serving WIA Title 1 is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program.

 

 

 

People Helping People Transition From Incarceration To The Community

_____________________________________________________

1800 Appleton Road, Menasha, WI 54952-3729

Anne Strauch, Circles of Support Program Coordinator

astrauch@goodwillncw.org w 920-968-6832 or 1-877-490-3120

 

Dear

Circles of Support is a nonprofit organization under the umbrella of Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin that works with individuals returning to the community from prison or jail. Please consider the following individual for the Gift of Sight Program:

________________________________
Participant Name

________________________________
Date of Birth

________________________________
Phone #

The above person is an active participant of Circles of Support, has no insurance, limited income, has not had a recent eye exam, and is in need of glasses to assist in obtaining and maintaining employment and to improve daily quality of life.

Thanks in advance for your consideration and in providing a valuable service to community members in need.

If you have any questions, please contact me at astrauch@goodwillncw.org or 920-968-6832.

Sincerely,

Anne Strauch, Regional Director

1800 Appleton Road

Menasha, Wisconsin 54952  (Tax Exempt # 39-1144913)

 

 

 

 

 

FISC Fees Waived for Participants

FISC has agreed to waive the fees for any of our participants who would like to receive financial counseling. This can be especially helpful for those with large back child-support issues. Working with an agency like FISC might help them to get on a better payment plan, etc.

To get started:

The FISC contact person and number for the Green Bay is Eileen Hermus-Gossen — 920-569-8596 or EHermus-Gossen@fisc-cccs.org.

Tell her that you’d like to make an appointment; they have to let them know that they are a Circle of Support participant. It’s very important that they say this, so the fee can be waived. She will then be sent a packet of paperwork to fill out. Once returned, an appointment will be set up.

(To speed up this process, paperwork packets are available for all facilitators/intake people.)

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Food banks in the Green Bay region

Get free food, such as canned goods, breads, and dairy products. Many of the centers also distribute clothing, personal items, and household products. Food banks can often help people apply for government programs such as SNAP food.

 

De Pere Christian Outreach Food Pantry
347 South Libal Street
De Pere, WI 54115
920-338-9718

Calvary Lutheran Church Food Pantry
1301 South Ridge Road
Green Bay, WI 54304
920-494-2431

First Presbyterian Church
200 South Ashland Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54303
920-437-8121

First United Methodist Church
501 Howe Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
920-437-9252

Grace Lutheran Church Food Pantry
321 South Madison Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
920-432-0308

Manna For Life Ministries Food Pantry
1599 University Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54302
920-437-3629
Emergency food boxes, milk, vegetables, and other aid.

Paul’s Food Pantry
1520 Leo Frigo Way
Green Bay, WI 54302
920-433-0343

Resurrection Lutheran Church
1024 Shawano Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54303
920-497-7052

Seventh Day Adventist Church Food Pantry
1422 Shawano Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54303
920-494-3530

St Bernard Church Food Pantry
2040 Hillside Lane
Green Bay, WI 54302
920-468-4811

St John Lutheran Church / Stocked Shelves
2700 Babcock Road
Green Bay, WI 54313
920-499-1142

St Patrick’s Food Pantry
211 North Maple Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54303
920-437-3911

St Willebrord Parish
209 South Adams Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
920-435-2016

The Giving Tree Pantry
1217 Cardinal Lane
Green Bay, WI 54313
920-662-7962

The Salvation Army
626 Union Court
Green Bay, WI 54303
920-593-2379
Free food, meals, gifts, holiday meals, and financial assistance.

Trinity Lutheran Church Food Pantry
330 South Broadway
Green Bay, WI 54303
920-437-8124

 

Clinics in Green Bay

Most services offered at the clinics and health centers are free to income-qualified patients. Some comprehensive health care services include physicals, dental care for people with no insurance, medical, pharmacy and prescription drugs, optical, family practice, diabetes care, internal medicine and more.

 

Bellin Health
744 South Webster
Green Bay, WI 54301
920-433-3500

House of Hope
1660 Christiana St.
Green Bay WI 54303
920-884-6740
This free clinic provides medical, dental care, medications, and more. Some services may be free to low income patients.

Bellin Health, Clinica Hispana
704 South Webster
Green Bay, WI 54305
920-433-3410

Brown County Health Department
610 South Broadway
Green Bay, WI 54303
920-448-6400
Administers several government medical and health insurance programs, and can also refer individuals to local community clinics, hospitals, and provide advice and information.

Freedom House —
Family Life Advancement Center

2997 St. Anthony Dr.
Green Bay WI 54311
920-432-4646

New Community Clinic
622 Bodart Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
920-437-9773
Help for basic illnesses, prescription medications, immunizations, lab work, dental work, and other medical services.

Oneida Community Health Center
525 Airport Road
Oneida, WI 54155
920-869-2711
Provides medical care to residents of Oneida. The low income, uninsured, and working poor may be able to receive either reductions on their medical bills or free care from the sliding fee scale.

 

Clinics in Green Bay

Most of the services offered at the clinics and health centers are free to income qualified patients. Some of the comprehensive health care services provided include physicals, dental care for people with no health/dental insurance, medical, pharmacy and prescription drugs, optical, family practice, diabetes resource, internal medicine and more.
 

Bellin Health
744 South Webster
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
920-433-3500

House of Hope
1660 Christiana St.
Green Bay WI 54303
920-884-6740
Free clinic provides medical, dental care, medications, and more. Some services might be free to low-income patients.

Bellin Health/Clinica Hispana
704 South Webster
Green Bay, WI 54305
920-433-3410

Brown County Health Department
610 South Broadway
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303
920-448-6400
Administers government medical and health insurance programs, and can refer individuals to local community clinics, hospitals, and provide advice and information.

Freedom House – Family Life Advancement Center
2997 St. Anthony Dr.
Green Bay WI 54311
920-432-4646

New Community Clinic
622 Bodart Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
920-437-9773
Help for basic illnesses, prescription medications, immunizations, lab work, dental work, and other medical services.

Oneida Community Health Center
525 Airport Road
Oneida, WI 54155
920-869-2711
Medical care to Oneida residents. Low-income, uninsured and working poor might receive reductions on medical bills or free care on the sliding fee scale.

 

Green Bay Area Shelters

 

Freedom House Ministries, Inc.
2997 St. Anthony Dr., Green Bay, WI 54311
The Freedom House is a Christian-based homeless shelter that takes in families and sometimes single women who are homeless. 920-432-4646 or freedomhouseministries.org

 

Golden House
1120 University Ave., Green Bay, WI 54302
Golden House is a secure place for victims of domestic abuse to find confidential, individualized help.
920-435-0100 or goldenhousegb.org

 

House of Hope
1660 Christiana St., Green Bay, WI 54303
House of Hope provides services and shelter to pregnant or parenting women between the ages of 18-24.
920-884-6740 or houseofhopegb.org

 

N.E.W. Community Shelter
301 Mather St., Green Bay, WI 54303
The Shelter’s mission is to provide a clean and sanitary emergency and temporary shelter, meals, education and resource referrals and support for single adult men and women.
920-437-3766 or newcommunityshelter.org

 

Oneida Nation Social Services
P.O. Box 365, Oneida, WI 54155
The Oneida Nation provides rental assistance for persons experiencing loss of income due to layoff, termination, disability.
920-833-6841 or oneidanation.org/
socialservices

Salvation Army
626 Union St., Green Bay, WI 54303
Assistance is short-term only. Services available include: hot meals for lunch, food pantry, emergency shelter, transitional housing and rental assistance.
920-497-7053 or sagreenbay.org

 

St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter
411 St. John Street, Green Bay, WI 54301
Night-to-night temporary emergency shelter to adult men and women. Primary goal of harm reduction during the coldest weather months. 920-436-6380 or stjohnhomelessshelter.org

 

St. Vincent de Paul Homes and Shelters, Inc.
Multiple locations on Webster St. and Doty St., Green Bay.
This permanent, supportive housing program helps families with children who are looking for long-term housing options. Rent is income-based.
920-965-0129 or svdpgb.org

 

Wise Women Gathering Place
2482 Babcock Rd., Green Bay, WI 54313
This organization assists women 18 and older and families fleeing domestic violence.
920-490-0627 or wisewomengp.org

 

Housing List

 

Name Address City Zip Phone Note
Alliance Management 2200 Dickinson Blvd. Ste. D De Pere 54115 920-347-4112 920-347-4111 920-437-3234 Will not rent to former offenders unless they have been off probation for 7 years (felony) or 3 years (misdemeanor). For felons, it must be at least 7 years since release.
Bigelow Rentals 1215 N. Buchanan St. Green Bay 54307 920-494-8864 Violent and drug offenders taken to into consideration on a case-by-case basis. Will rent to non-violent offenders. 1-year lease, $350-400 security deposit, rent range $400-1,400. No low-income.
Birchwood Apartments 2610 Trojan Dr. Green Bay 54304 920-497-2311 Must call manager between 7:30 a.m.-3 pm. to get answers on renting to offenders. Managers: Jean/Dan. Luxury Apts: 1-bed $645/month, 2-bed $745/month. Standard Apts (Heat, water, fireplace, garage included): 1-bed lower $475/month w/$300 security deposit. 1-bed upper $510/mo. w/$300 security deposit, 2-bed lower $575/month w/ $400 security deposit, 2-bed upper $610/month w/$400 security deposit, 3-bed $725/month w/$500 security deposit.                                                   Western Ave. Property (heat, water, electric included: 1B$399/mo. 1-year lease is standard. 6/9-month lease is $25 extra per month. $100 application fee, employment verification, credit and criminal background checks. If denied they deduct $20 from the $100 application fee. If approved, the $100 application fee is applied to Sec. Dep.
Brian Sullivan 5648 Zion Rd. DePere 54115 920-864-7606 VM 5/13/15
Brunette Properties 2107 Velp Ave. Green Bay 54303 920-619-6612 Sex offenders can’t rent in Green Bay. Sex offenders who pass an interview could possibly rent in outlying areas. For other former offenders, they offer a 1-year lease with 1-month security deposit. Rental range for 1-bedroom or studio apartment is $400-1100. Has worked with low-income renters in the past (Integrated Community Services).
CAF Enterprises 920-819-0437 Contact: Abby. Case-by-case basis. Employment is condition of renting. Will consider sex offender (GB board approval needed). Rent ranges from $450-470/month. Security deposit is same amount as rent.
Cornerstone Investments 4495 Scenic Way De Pere 54115 920-360-6300 VM 5/15/15
Dave Lessmiller 920-360-5386 No sex offenders, no timeline on how long needs to have been released, lease is for 1-year and then converts to month-to-month. Currently has 2-bed for $715. Security deposit is $715. Rent includes everything.
DePere Housing Authority 850 Morning Glory Ln. De Pere 920-336-0755 VM 5/15/15 for Wade Schmeckel
Doyle Properties LLC 614 S. Quincy St. Green Bay 54301 920-593-1427 Management needs to discuss policy before making decision.
Fort Howard 141 N. Chestnut Ave. Green Bay 54303 920-436-0460 VM 5/13/15
Gary Van Sistine 920-432-1166 920-621-3990 VM 5/13/15
GBSA-University c/o R E Management 2809 University Ave. Green Bay 54311 920-884-7364 VM 5/13/15
Goddard Investments LLC 1080 April Ln. Green Bay 54304 715-927-4121 Management needs to discuss policy before making decision.
Goddlestone Management 1110 Moraine Way Apt. 110 Green Bay 54303 920-497-3572 VM 5/13/15
Holly 920-360-0059 Open to idea of renting to sex offenders as long as no families are in adjoining units.
Imperial Lane 920-217-2677 Starting at $500. Call with questions. Case-by-case basis.
Integrated Community Solutions 2605 S. Oneida St. Ste. 106 Green Bay 54304 920-498-3737 Primarily rental assistance. Cannot apply until off probation/parole.
Keith Skray 920-591-0795 VM 5/13/15
LeGros Properties PO Box 9494 Green Bay 54308 920-371-4474 Will rent to AODA and non-violent offenders on a case-by-case basis. Criminal record must be clean for 5 years for felonies and 3 years for misdemeanors. No sex offenders.
Lexington Homes 1300 N. Kimps Ct Green Bay 54313 920-662-1611 VM 5/19/15
Lochman Enterprise C/0 Jerry Lochman PO Box 834 Green Bay 54305 920-468-4340 VM 5/15/15
Loft Apartments 2400 Canter Ln. Green Bay 54304 920-634-1566 VM 5/26/15
Marant Properties PO Box 991 Green Bay 54305 920-865-7966 VM 5/19/15
Meadow View East 2323 Eastman Ave. Green Bay 54302 920-465-6772 All applications accepted. Everything is case-by-case basis. But landlord references and criminal background check will be performed. No current availability.
Michelle 920-621-4826 920-863-2440 No sex or drug crimes. Doesn’t mind if applicant is on paper. Has small 1-bed $440/month, studio $450/month, and standard 1B range $475-540. Security deposit is same amount as rent.
Mike Zopler 920-621-9510 No sex offenders, has no problem with AODA offenses. Criminal record has to be clean for 3-4 years. Same with eviction record. Currently available (all with heat/water and carport included): Furnished studio $450/month, small 1-bed $440/month, regular 1-bed $475/month, large 1-bed $530/month, 2-bed $600-650/month (garage included). 1-year lease on all, no-move rule in effect 11/1 to 3/30.
NEW Community Shelter 301 N. Mather St. Green Bay 54303 920-437-3766 SHELTER (TEMP) In by 10 p.m., call for admissions criteria.
Ray Salter 920-621-5910 Case-by-case basis. No current availability.
Rick Schrader 920-619-2762 Will rent to non-violent offenders, including sex offenders if they pass the BG board approval process. Currently has 1-bed in east GB for $550/month. Security deposit 2x rent. Also has 2-bed in Howard $1200/month. Security deposit 2x rent.
Ross Rosio 920-217-1776 VM 5/26/15
Shane LeCapitaine 3128 Warm Springs Dr. Green Bay 54311 920-468-3547 VM 5/19/15
St. John’s Shelter 411 St. John St. Green Bay 54301 920-436-9344 SHELTER (TEMP) Open November–April only 5 p.m.-9a.m.
Steve Huff 920-366-4426 VM 5/26/15
Tony Gillis 920-621-2655 Won’t accept anyone if community notification is needed. 1-year lease, 1-month security deposit. Low-income: Doesn’t care where they get money. 1-bed: $400-500/
month, 2-bed: $500-625/
month, 3-bed: $750 – 850/
month.
Transformation Housing 436 Jefferson St. Green Bay 54301 920-857-9611 TRANSITIONAL HOUSING (TEMP) $75/week and $75 security deposit.
Waldo Inc. PO Box 11932 Green Bay 54307 920-499-1398 VM 5/13/15
WHPC 130 Badger Ln. Green Bay 54303 920-432-7577 Two types of sites available: Family: must have dependent child. Elderly/Disabled: must be at least 62 years old or have proof of disability. Everybody has the right to apply. You must bring birth certificate, Social Security card, and photo ID. Must meet income requirement of less than $24,000/year. Leases are for 1 year. There is a 3- to 8-month waiting period. 30% of income is paid for rent. Veterans can apply for Veteran’s Manor. Currently taking applications. Go to 2809 University Ave. to complete an application; bring your documents.
William Travis Enterprises Courier Rd. Green Bay 920-469-3851 Will rent to sex offenders. $425-1100/month. Will work with state programs. Office Manager = Kyle (10-3pm. M/TU/F).
Windsor Heights Apartments 1398 Windsor Dr. Green Bay 54302 920-380-0634 Will rent to low-income. Case-by-case basis.
Wisconsin Housing Preservation 920-494-2060 Contact: Wendy. Will rent to low-income. Case-by-case basis.

 

 

 

 

 

Furniture, Household Items, and/or Linens
Assistance Guidelines

Please provide the following, in addition to the information listed in the “General Assistance Guidelines” (see reverse side).

1) For New Tenancy of 3 Months or Less:

  • Receipt for Security Deposit (paid in full)
    • Positive Notice from Forward Service Corporation, if applicable.
  • Housing Subsidy Benefit Letter, if applicable, and if verifiable income alone is not sufficient to pay rent.

2) Signed Lease Agreement or Current WPS Bill.

3) Referral from Community Agency Caseworker, if applicable

  • (Residency verification letter is not sufficient)

Additionally, please note:

  • Household income must be sufficient to cover all housing expenses OR verification of any Agency Assistance and/or Housing Subsidy, if applicable, and if income is not sufficient to pay rent.
  • SVdP may provide necessity items, with the focus on “need vs want,” to qualifying households once in a 2 year period, or at the discretion of the Conference.
  • The level of assistance will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
  • SVdP reserves the right to deny assistance for reasons other than those stated in the “Furniture, Household Items, and Linens Assistance Guidelines”

 

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