Child Labor Permit Service
Provides legislative protection for the life, health, safety, and welfare of the employed minor.
The Child Labor Permit provides legislative protection for the life, health, safety, and welfare of the employed minor. It establishes a permit system for effective administration of child labor laws and serves as a protection for both the minor and the employer. Newcap issues the work permit, copies are sent to the State, student’s school administration office and a copy maintained by work permit office.
Minors must be age 12 to 17.
Work permits are issued after all required documents have been received and checked. The documents required are proof of age, letter from an employer, consent of parent, and social security card. A $10 fee is required.
Community Health Services
Provides reproductive and healthcare services for males and females, including clinical exams, contraception education and prescriptions, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and counseling, STD and HIV testing and counseling, and other reproductive healthcare services.
Newcap Community Health Services provides reproductive and healthcare services for males and females, including clinical exams, contraception education and prescriptions, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and counseling, STD and HIV testing and counseling, and other reproductive healthcare services. Our clinics provide low-cost and no-cost health coverage options, and all services are confidential, including services to adolescents. We deliver a wide range of acute, chronic and preventative medical services to optimize health and well-being.
If you are a Wisconsin resident of reproductive age and have a valid Social Security number. You can take advantage of services at low or no cost, based on your income, even if you have insurance.
We offer financial assistance on a case by case basis and our staff will work with you to determine if you’re eligible. We accept Badger Care Standard, Medicaid Family Planning Only Services (FPOS), and cash, check, MasterCard, Visa & Discover credit cards. Payment is required at the time of service.
Click here to link to Patient Portal.
Amy Thomson, RN : (800) 242-7334 ext. 1118
1. Men’s and Women’s Reproductive Health Services
Whether you’re in need of a routine annual exam, problem visit or something more involved like hypertension or thyroid management, we can get you the services you need at a price you can afford.
- Annual Exams
- Cervical cancer screening
- Birth control
- Emergency Contraception
- HIV and Hepatitis C screening
- STD screening and treatment
- UTI testing and treatment
- Pregnancy testing and referral
2. Gynecology Services
Routine gynecologic care helps prevent cancer, many undesired diseases and other illnesses, by allowing for early detection.
- Cervical cancer screening
- Genital warts diagnosis and treatment
- Preconception counseling
- Vaginal infection screening
- Vaginal infection treatment
- Vulvar biopsy
- Endometrial biopsy
3. Family Planning Services
Are you looking to start a family in the near future and looking for help with planning? We have helped thousands of families with these services and more for over 50 years!
- Oral Contraceptives
- Nexplanon transdermal implant
- Paragard IUD
- Mirena IUD
- Transdermal patch
- Referral for female and male sterilization
- Emergency contraception
- Male and female condoms
- Free Services – Covered by Family Planning
In addition to federally approved contraceptives, we also offer pregnancy testing and Badger Care express enrollment for pregnant women.
4. Clinic Locations
- Brown County
- 1381 W. Mason Street, Green Bay, WI 54303
- (920) 430-1350
- Forest County
- 212 N. Lake Avenue, Crandon, WI 54520
- (715) 478-3871
- Marinette County
- 1939 Hall Avenue, Marinette, WI 54143
- (715) 732-4171
- Oconto County
- 1201 Main Street, Oconto, WI 54153
- (920) 834-4621
- UWGB Student Health Center
- 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311
- (920) 465-2380
- Vilas County
- 603 E. Wall Street, Suite A., Eagle River, WI 54521
- (715) 479-3357
Judicare Referral Service
Issues cards that are valid for 1 year to enable low-income individuals to access legal services.
The Wisconsin Judicare Program issues cards that are valid for 1 year to enable low-income individuals to access legal services. The Judicare Program assists in the resolution of disputes or legal questions about bankruptcy, Social Security/SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, and Indian Law- as funding is available. Wisconsin Judicare cannot pay for or provide legal services in criminal cases, juvenile matters, fee-generating cases, patents, traffic matters, ordinance violations, and other restricted types of cases.
Clients must live in 1 of the 33 northern-most counties of Wisconsin, be a U.S. citizen or lawful alien, have a total equity of liquid assets no higher than $1,500, and have a total equity of ALL assets (liquid and fixed) no higher than $4,000 for a family of 1 (increased by $500 for each family member). Clients must also have an income at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines established for their household size. Use our eligibility calculator to find out if you may be eligible for this service.
Clients complete an application, which is then forwarded to the Judicare office in Wausau for their approval. All applications are sent into Judicare for approval. Applicants will then receive a determination letter. If approved, a card will be issued and the original application mailed in. Clients are given a list of lawyers at the time of application, who will accept the Judicare card and are responsible for contacting a lawyer.
Newcap assists Judicare by supplying the applications and attorney list. Newcap does not advocate for the client.
You may also visit Wisconsin Judicare, Inc., for further information.
The Emergency Food Assistance (TEFAP) Program
Provides emergency food supplies for households to food pantries and soup kitchens/shelters.
This program is for emergency food supplies for households in a crisis situation. TEFAP supplies food pantries commodities as well as soup kitchens/shelters.
Pantries & Shelters in Service Area:
- Golden House Shelter
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 727, Green Bay, WI 54302
Physical Address: 1120 University Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54302
Hours: M-Sun.: Open 24 hours
- Goodwill Place at First United Methodist Church
Mailing Address: 501 Howe Street, Green Bay, WI 54301
Physical Address: 518 Doty Street, Green Bay, WI 54301
Hours: Tuesdays: 9AM-11AM
- NEW Community Shelter and Meal Site
301 Mather Street, Green Bay, WI 54303
Hours: Shelter: M-Sun.: Open 24 hours; Meal Site: M-F: 5PM-6PM; Satur-Sun: 11:30AM-12:30PM
- Resurrection Lutheran Food Pantry
Mailing Address: 131 Garfield Street, Green Bay, WI 54303
Physical Address: 1024 Shawano Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54303
Hours: 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Thursdays: 9AM-11AM & 4th & 5th Thursdays: 6PM-7PM
- The Salvation Army
626 Union Court, Green Bay, WI 54303
Hours: Pantry: M-F: 8AM-4:30PM; Meal Site: M-F: 11:30AM-12:30PM (closed on holidays)
- Mana for Life Food Pantry
1545 University Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54308
Hours: M-Th.: 10AM-2PM
- Denmark Community Cupboard
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 283, Denmark, WI 54208
Physcial Address: 126 Wisconsin Avenue, Denmark, WI 54208
Hours: 3rd Tuesday: 2PM-4PM
- St. Vincent De Paul Pantry
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 92, Florence, WI 54121
Physical Address: 400 Central Avenue, Florence, WI 54121
Hours: Tu,Th.&F: 9AM-5PM; W: 9AM-6PM; Satur.: 9AM-2PM (also by appointment)
- Newcap Crandon Food Pantry
212 North Lake Avenue, Crandon, WI 54520
Hours: M-Th.: 8AM-5:30PM
- Antigo Area Communtiy Food Pantry
2120 Progress Blvd., Antigo, WI 54409
Hours: Wed.: 11AM-1PM and Fri.: 1PM-3PM
- White Lake Area Christian Food Pantry
Mailing Address:P.O. Box 111, White Lake, WI 54491
Physical Address: 638 Bissell Street, White Lake, WI 54491
Hours: 1st & 2nd Tuesdays: 9AM-11AM
- Community Food Pantry of Merrill
502 Center Avenue, Merrill, WI 54452
Hours: M-Th. 10AM-12PM
- The Neighbor’s Place
745 Scott Street, Wausau, WI 54403
Hours: M,Tu,Th,&F: 10AM-2PM; W: 2PM-5PM
- Newcap Marinette Food Pantry
1939 Hall Avenue, Marinette, WI 54143
Hours: M-Th.: 8AM-5:30PM
- Peshtigo Food Pantry
240 McCaag, Pestigo, WI 54157
Hours: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month: 10AM-12PM
- Pastor Fred’s Food Pantry
N15088 Cleveland Street, Amberg, WI 54102
Hours: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays: 10AM-12PM (on call as needed)
- Rainbow House Shelter
1530 Main Street, Marinette, WI 54143
Hours: M-F: Open 24 hours
- Newcap Oconto Food Pantry
1201 Main Street, Oconto, Wi 54153
Hours: M-Th.: 8AM-5:30PM
- Food Pantry Lakeland Center
1707 US-51 N, Arbor Vitae, WI 54568
Hours: Tu.: 8:30AM-11:30AM; Every Other Th.: 3:30PM-6PM
- NATH: Frederick Place Shelter
204 West Frederick Street, Rhinelander, WI 54501
- Rhinelander Area Food Pantry
607 Coon Street, Rhinelander, WI 54501
Hours: M: 1PM-2PM; W: 4PM-7PM; Satur.: 10:30AM-1PM
- Three Lakes Christian Food Pantry
6965 W. School Street, Three Lakes, WI 54562
Hours: 1st, 2nd,& 4th Saturday: 10AM-11AM; 3rd Saturday: 9:30AM-11AM
- Shawano Area Food Pantry and Resource Center
218 E. Richmond Street, Shawano, WI 54166
Hours: M-F: 9AM-11:30AM
- Community Food Pantry (at Community Church of Boulder Junction)
10441 Main Street, Boulder Junction, WI 54512
Hours: Th.: 10AM-11:30AM or 3:30PM-5PM (alternate weeks)
- Vilas Food Pantry
1013 Railroad Street, Eagle River, WI 54521
Hours: Tu.: 3:30PM-5:15PM (1st & 3rd); W: 8:30AM-10A
Community Revitalization Program
A group of community members, the City and agencies working together to brainstorm ideas and collaborate to improve housing stock in the City of Oconto.
The objectives of the Community Revitalization committee are to: · Prevent hazardous health conditions and code violations, prevent blighted and deteriorated properties and neighborhoods, improve the quality of housing stock for low-moderate income persons, provide financial assistance to low to moderate property owners for housing rehabilitation, stimulate public and private investment in target areas or neighborhoods.
If your household meets the following criteria, you may be eligible to receive a loan with as little as 0% interested or possibly even a grant to make eligible improvements to your home.
- Own the home you live in and it must be your primary residence.
- Have equity in your home and are up to date on your property taxes. If you do not have equity and are not up to date on your taxes, your household may still be eligible, this will be determined on a case by case basis.
- Allow an inspection of the home.
What are some examples of eligible improvements?
- Accessibility improvements
- Plumbing and electrical repairs
- Basement and foundation repairs
- Gutters and down spouts
- Roof repair or replacement
- Siding and painting
- Storm doors, windows, etc.
- Sewer lateral repairs
- Heating system repair
- Refinancing options
Use our eligibility calculator to find out if you may be eligible for this program.
If you feel that you meet the criteria below and would like additional information, please call 715-524-8522 x 4.