- Health & Human Services
- Children Services
St. Croix County provides a wide array of services to families with children and youth who are experiencing difficulties at home, in school and in the community as defined by the Wisconsin Children's Code and Wisconsin Justice Code.
Access and Intake
The Children Services Access / Intake worker gathers information for both mandatory and voluntary services for children in St. Croix County.
Birth to 3
It’s an early intervention program for eligible infants and toddlers ages 0 to 3 who have developmental delays and disabilities.
Child Care Certification
The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families maintains rules establishing standards for the certification of child care providers and contracts certification functions to local counties and tribes.
Child Protection Initial Assessment social workers receive and respond to reports of abuse or neglect of children, conduct initial and family assessments, and develop and implement protective and safety plans if necessary.
Children's Community Options Program
This a State funded program that serves children who live at home with either a severe cognitive, physical or emotional disability.
Children's Long Term Support Waiver Program
Waiver programs are developed to maintain children who have severe developmental, emotional or physical disabilities in their homes.
Coordinated Family Services
It is not a specific program or service, rather it is a team process based on family and community commitment to create services for each child and family.
Foster care provides children with a temporary home and family when their parents are unable to meet their needs and keep them safe.
The intent of the Juvenile Justice unit is to provide supervision and support services with juvenile delinquents and their families, focusing on community protection, accountability, and to equip youth with competencies to live responsibly.
Kinship Care is the care of a child by a relative for which the relative receives a monthly payment and Medicaid for the child.
Targeted Case Management
Is short-term assistance from a county social worker to help families of children who have developmental, emotional or physical disabilities to access community resources and coordinate services.