Our Brown County Youth Rapid Re-Housing Program helps lots of single Mother’s who are young, even high school aged. Here are two short success stories of two separate single Mother’s that we aided.Story 1
“A Youth Rapid Re-Housing participant, still a teenager, was a single mother who had already experienced homelessness multiple times.[ Read more ]
“There are two words that have become part of our every day language over the past few months: “COVID-19” and “Coronavirus.” Not a day goes by where we don’t talk about the pandemic that is currently impacting our community and nation as a whole. I think about how 10 years from now,[ Read more ]
One of our newest programs, debuted in 2018, is the Brown County Youth Rapid Re-Housing Program. In 2018, 13 individuals from 6 households were assisted. Last year in 2019, 64 individuals from 34 households were assisted.
Here is a success story from last year of a Single Mother who is working hard to move to towards her goals of self-sufficiency and buying a home.[ Read more ]
We help many veterans every single year. In 2019, we assisted 227 veterans through various programs, including:
Debbie Bushman,[ Read more ]
Life behind bars is exactly what you would imagine it to be. A cold environment with minimal sunlight and a strict regimented lifestyle. Sam realized that this wasn’t the place that he wanted to call home. He was able to clean himself up and embrace sobriety.
Sobriety allowed Sam to remove barriers and see his pathway.[ Read more ]
Chrissy is a disabled person who has her own small business to survive. She must supplement her social security to pay her rent. She participates in our food pantry when she feels she needs it. She had purchased a car at an extremely high interest rate and could not keep up with the payments.[ Read more ]
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In response to the COVID-19 virus Newcap is serving our communities in a different way. In an effort to protect our clients, staff and their families Newcap has made the decision to have our staff work from home. Our Community Health Clinics are still open and operating on a reduced schedule. If you need to make an appointment with one of our Community Health clinics please call 1-800-242-7334 and leave your name and phone number and we will return your call as soon as we can. Our Food Pantries are open on the following days, Oconto is open on Mondays from 9:30 to 4, Marinette and Crandon are open Monday and Thursday from 8 AM to 4 PM. If you are in need of emergency food call 920-371-2993. For anything else, please call 1-800-242-7334 and leave your name, phone number and the name of the staff person you’d like to speak to, or the reason for your call. We will return your call as soon as we can.