Provides emotional support, crisis intervention, and information and referral services to Ozaukee County and the Greater Milwaukee area. (262) 377-COPE—24 hour hotline. Click here for their website.
To work in partnership with our community to effectively sustain or regain the well-being and self-sufficiency of families and individuals. (262) 284-8200. Click here to view their website.
Ozaukee Community Health Clinic:
Medical care for underinsured and uninsured people of Ozaukee County, located at Columbia St. Mary’s Ozaukee hospital. The clinic is open every Wednesday beginning at 5:00 p.m.(414) 326-1800 for appointments or (262) 243-7533 to leave a message for the clinic.Click here to view their website.
Ozaukee Family Services:
Serve those in need by offering programs in family education and prevention, as well as counseling and senior services. Services are provided on a sliding fee scale. (262) 376-7774 Click here to view their website.
Ozaukee County Public Health Department:
WIC, Well Women Program, Immunizations, Health Information (262) 284-8170 Click here to view their website.
Starting Point of Ozaukee:
Their goal is to provide local prevention, intervention and referral services for alcohol, tobacco and other drug related issues. (262) 375-1110 and (262) 284-3144 Click here to view their website.
Advocates of Ozaukee:
Provides services and information for those who may be experiencing domestic or sexual violence. (262) 284-6902 or (877) 375-4034—Crisis Line Click here to view their website.
Ozaukee Sheriff (Non-Emergency)—(262) 284-7172 or (262) 377-7172
Cedarburg Police (Non-Emergency)—(262) 375-7620
Fredonia Police (Non-Emergency)—(262) 692-9125
Grafton Police (Non-Emergency)—(262) 375-5320
Mequon Police (Non-Emergency)—(262) 242-3500
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