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New App That Simplifies Food Assistance, Healthcare Benefits To Help Millions Of Families In Need
New App That Simplifies Food Assistance, Healthcare Benefits To Help Millions Of Families In Need
A new app in development could make accessing social services a much easier task for many Americans.  more
New Report: Identifying Anti-Poverty Programs that are Effective
New Report: Identifying Anti-Poverty Programs that are Effective
A report released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation shows that using a new system of measuring poverty called the Supplemental Poverty Measure would enable policymakers to arrive at better decisions about which programs really work to help reduce poverty. more
Alice's House:  It's Still Hers
Alice's House: It's Still Hers
The 84-year-old retired lab technician and musician could have lost the waterfront home she inherited from her mother in 1994 if she hadn't gone to the Port Townsend Food Bank the last Saturday in January, and if an attorney with the Northwest Justice Project hadn't taken the time to visit McAdoo to hear her story. more

Welcome to Wisconsin Judicare


Wisconsin Judicare is a non-profit law firm dedicated to providing equal access to justice for northern Wisconsin residents.  Newly located in the U.S. Bank building in downtown Wausau, Wisconsin Judicare is the civil legal service provider for Wisconsin's northern 33 counties and 11 federally recognized Indian tribes.
 
From its inception, Wisconsin Judicare has emphasized the utilization of the private bar to represent low-income persons in conjunction with on-staff attorneys.
 

If you have a simple legal question, check out our online advice website, Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project at www.NWLAP.org.

 
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