We are dedicated to continuing to provide you with reliable, relevant information during this challenging time. Below are links to COVID-19 resources. We will continue to update this page as resources become available.
The COVID-19 pandemic led to months of “Stay at Home” orders across the country. People were encouraged to stay at home to avoid the spread of the virus. Businesses and workplaces, places of worship, schools, and daycares were closed. Now that these locations are slowly opening back up, it may be time to decide how or when to return to these places or who to start engaging with in-person. This guide will walk you through the decision-making process. It will help you weigh out your own risks and benefits of interacting with others in public spaces or in your homes again.
People around Wisconsin face challenges in getting the food they need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Safety concerns make it challenging to shop for food, and limited income makes it harder to afford food. Children are no longer getting meals at school, and many food assistance programs are operating differently during the pandemic. This Food Resource Guide for Outagamie County provides information about public programs, community resources, and food shopping options in Outagamie County to help meet food needs during this crisis.
The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families (DCF) will start accepting applications for Child Care Counts COVID-19 Emergency Payment Program: Period 3 beginning June 29 – July 10, 2020.
Tips for tenants and landlords. Information that will help you during COVID.
Outagamie County Nutrition Program is offering free Grab and Go Meals to seniors starting April 29. Information including registration can be found in the link below.
Caregiving for someone with dementia during COVID add extra challenges and stress. Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute has put together a list of resources and their partner organizations.
United Way’s 211 can help connect you with resources such as food delivery, transportation help, and school lunch programs.
UW-Madison Division of Extension Professor Barb Inghman looks at research related to COVID-19 and food preperation.
Financial Resources. The frequently asked questions on this sight highlight some common financial challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Co-parenting during COVID brings added stress. Here are some tips from UW-Madison Division of Extension Parenting and Family Relationships Institute.
Weekly emails are sent every Monday with resources and events relevant to those in the ag industry. A complete list of past links from emails can be found below.
Paycheck Protection Program from the US Treasury application open now!
Guidance for farm employers. From UW-Madison Division of Extension, how to help keep you and your employees safe.
Possible impact on farmers. UW-Madison Farm Management put together ways this pandemic could effect farmers.
DATCP offering services. “In response to this public health emergency, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) is focused on two main goals: helping to keep food on Wisconsin shelves, and supporting the industries we serve.”
The DNR has put out information related to the environmental compliance process. Information can be found on their website below or quick reference this fact sheet.
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation lists resources for businesses impacted by COVID-19 shutdowns and disruptions.