Outreach Partner Agencies


Click here for a complete listing of our Outreach Partner Agencies.

Click here for a listing of Wisconsin's 2-1-1 Call Centers.

Wisconsin Judicare’s staff provide several opportunities to meet with community members.

Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic:  Serves taxpayers who earn up to 250% of poverty.  Staff assist with tax controversies and provide information on taxpayers’ rights to minority populations.

Helpline:  Every Monday through Friday, staff attorneys are available to answer simple legal questions and offer advice, brief services, and referrals to eligible Judicare clients.  To schedule an appointment, please call the Judicare office and press 5 for Helpline services.

Bridge Clinic:  Bridge Clinic and Wisconsin Judicare have teamed up in a Medical-Legal Partnership.  Attorneys are available at Bridge Clinic in Wausau every other Wednesday morning from 8:30 a.m. to Noon.  The Clinic has previously-set half-hour appointments for patients having legal questions.  If there is unbooked time, walk-ins are accepted, but they have to be Bridge Clinic patients.  The half-hour consultation provides help with filling out forms, referrals to appropriate community agencies (social security, job service, aging & disability, etc.), advice and guidance concerning court matters, and when necessary, free legal assistance, thru Judicare if eligible or through volunteer attorneys if not Judicare eligible.

Support for this project was provided through the Caroline S. Mark Legacy Fund of the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin.

Women’s Community:  Judicare staff attorneys are available every Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm at the Women’s Community in Wausau.  Free advice and referrals are offered.  The Women’s Community is located at 3200 Hilltop Avenue in Wausau.

Native American Elder Outreach:  Judicare attorneys make site visits to elder meal sites on all 11 Native American reservations throughout each month.  For more information, please contact Judicare.

Ho-Chunk Expanded Services:  Wisconsin Judicare’s Indian Law Office provides services to Ho-Chunk tribal members statewide.