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A list of available volunteer opportunities for Social Workers and Social Work students.

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ADVOCAP, Inc.
181 E. North Water Street
Neenah, WI  54956

Volunteer Services-Project Read
(920) 725-2791

Winnebago County Nutrition Program
(920) 725-6323 or 1-800-631-2791

 

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW)
AIDS Program
120 N. Morrison, Suite 201
Appleton, WI  54911
(920) 733-2068

 

American Red Cross
515 St. Washburn St., Suite 201
Oshkosh, WI  54904
(920) 231-3590

Senior Friends - Winnebago County
(920) 231-3590

 

AmeriCorps
Webster Stanley Middle School

Oshkosh, WI 54901

Email: meagan.juedes@oshkosh.k12.wi.us

920-424-0442 ext. 3552

 

ARC - Fox Cities
211 E. Franklin St., Suite A

Appleton, WI 54911

920-725-0943

 

ASTOP Sexual Abuse Center
430 E. Division Street
Fond du Lac, WI  54935
920-926-5395

 

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region
3301C N. Ballard Rd

Appleton, WI 54911

920-739-3542

 

Boys and Girls Club Fox Valley
117 S. Locust Street
Appleton, WI  54914
920-750-5850

 

Boys and Girls Club of Oshkosh
501 E. Parkway Avenue
Oshkosh, WI  54901
920-233-1414

 

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Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services
206 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI  54901
920-235-5998 or 920-729-5727

 

Circles of Support, a program of Goodwill Industries NCW

1800 Appleton Road
Menasha, WI 54952
920-968-6832 or 1-877-490-3120

Make a Difference!!

People helping people transition from incarceration into community.

Volunteers needed to provide pro-social weekly support in CIRCLE OF SUPPORT meetings for ex-offenders recently released from incarceration. Opportunities include providing support at weekly Circle meetings, conducting intakes with new participants, meeting 1:1 with participants, and/or transporting participants. Background in social work, criminal justice, psychology, teaching or ministries helpful but certainly not required. Be a part of making our communities safer! Prefer over age 23.

Contact Danel Burchby, MSW @ 920-205-1081 or dburchby_gw@gwicc.org

 

 

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Evergreen Retirement Community
1130 N. Westfield
Oshkosh, WI  54902
(920) 233-2340

 

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin
For locations click on the link above.

Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin: (800) 998-9609

 

Fox Valley Child Advocacy Center
The Fox Valley Child Advocacy Center (FVCAC) provides assessments to children who may have been harmed or hurt.  The goal of the center is to protect children from abuse and provide resources to help them heal. The FVCAC brings together professionals and agencies to coordinate their work as they respond to a report of child maltreatment.  The center organizes a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) and employs special techniques to investigate allegations of child maltreatment. The FVCAC volunteer assists staff by supervising children in the waiting area and engaging them in activities while staff is speaking with parents and caregivers.  Educational opportunities will be provided to social work students to learn more about child protective services, CACs, forensic interviewing, mandated reporting, etc.

Students interested in volunteering with FVCAC should contact Connie at cklick@chw.org.

 

Free S.P.I.R.I.T. Riders
(Special People in Riding Therapy)
P.O. Box 1291
Fond du Lac, WI  54936-1291
(920) 924-9920

 

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Habitat for Humanity
1640 S. Koeller St
Oshkosh, WI  54902
(920) 235-3535 or (920) 230-3535

 

Harbor House Domestic Abuse Program
720 W. 5th Street
Appleton, WI  54914
(920) 832-1667

 

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Mercy Medical Center
500 Oakwood Road
Oshkosh, WI  54901
(920) 223-0225

 

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Oshkosh Seniors Center
200 N. Campbell Road
Oshkosh, WI  54902
(920) 232-5310

 

The Outagamie County Mentoring Program

“Be Someone Who Matters to Someone Who Matters”

We work with the youth in the community who need us the most. We match these kids with adults who help them out just by being a friend and spending a few hours a month together. A successful match is life changing for both the mentor and mentee! All of the youth in our program are between 6-17 years of age and have been referred by their social worker from Outagamie County Health and Human Services.

Mentor matches spend about 4-8 hours a month together to develop a positive and trusting relationship the youth can rely on.  Mentors expose youth to new, healthy, and positive experiences that enhance self esteem and improve social skills. We find that many mentors enjoy getting to be a kid again with their mentee!

We have 40+ kids on our wait list as of today. If you mentor with Outagamie County, you will receive all the training and support you need to make your match successful. We sponsor 5 events a year for our matches and also reimburse for mileage. To find out more about us check out our website at www.hhsvolunteers.org. We feel that there are many benefits to mentoring with our program- we’d love to talk to you about it-give us a call or send an email! Email us @:hhsmentors@outagamie.org or call 832-2460.

 

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Parkview Health Center
725 Butler Avenue
Oshkosh, WI  54901
(920) 237-6300

 

Project TEAM Family Mentoring
Contact:  Colleen Holz at CAP Services
(920) 968-6365 ext. 6210
Email:  cholz@capmail.org

 

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Reach Counseling Center
2525 Bowen St.
Oshkosh, WI  54901
(920) 426-1460 or (920) 722-8150

 

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Winnebago Mental Health Institute
1300 South Drive
Oshkosh, WI  54901
Contact:  Kim at (920) 235-4910 ext. 2345 or Marylin at (920) 235-4910 ext. 2483

 

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206 Club
(A self-help meeting place for those addicted to alcohol/drugs)
64 Racine Street
Menasha, WI  54952
(920) 725-5699

by Clark, Leslie A. last modified Jan 13, 2015 02:58 PM