FAMILY ADVOCATES, INC

Non-discrimination Statement
Family Advocates, Inc. does not discriminate when providing services on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, disability, arrest or conviction record, sexual orientation, sexual identity, marital status, membership in the military reserve, or use or non-use of lawful products.

Phone: 608-348-5995

24 Hr Helpline: 1-800-924-2624

Locations: 

250 N Court, Platteville, WI 53818

627 Main 2nd Floor, Darlington, WI 53530

202 N Main, Ste 108, Dodgeville, WI 53533

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Community Alliance Groups

Forging Partnerships to Enhance our Services

In order to serve our clients and our community to the best of our abilities, Family Advocates has forged partnerships, joined boards, and engrossed ourselves in topics and groups that help support and enhance the mission of our organization.

Family Resource Center

Iowa County

“To empower families by providing innovative
programs, events, and resources that capitalize on strengths, support growth and promote healthy
families.” Programs include: 
K.I.C.K.S-(Keeping Iowa County Kids Safe) - Parent Partner Program - Wacky Wednesday Group - Car Seat Program- Parents Forever Program.

Open Arms
Grant County Taskforce on Homelessness

The taskforce works to end homelessness in Grant County through combined resources.  A single dwelling homeless shelter is available to house individuals and small families for short periods of time.  Case management is provided to assist with housing needs and successful outcomes. 

Mental Health Matters

Mental Health Matters of Grant and Lafayette Counties are groups working to increase access to treatment and support while working to reduce stigma and empower communities to take action.  

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Platteville Residents

The Platteville housing board helps support the housing director who help low income families with rent They base the rent off family size and income and the families are to pay 30 percent of their income to the rent and housing pays the rest. This is to help people in their time of need to get back on their feet.   

Platteville Holiday Project Committee

This committee collects toys and winter jackets to hand out to families before the holidays that may not be able afford much for Christmas. Families are able to pick out books for their children a new toy and a few gentle used toys.  Platteville residents can use this service. 

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Salvation Army - Board

We help in disaster relief situations. We can also help people with small crisis like small car repairs, bus tickets, utilities bills, some rent relief, hotel vouchers for a night different things like that. We also have small project money that we can use to help other nonprofit organizations with thing’s like school supplies or the Platteville holiday project.

Southwest Wisconsin Area SART

Grant, Iowa and Lafayette County.

Bringing Prosecution, Law Enforcement, SANE (sexual assault nurse examiners) and Advocates to the table to make sure there is a victim centered approach to helping sexual assault victims through the process of reporting.