COVID-19: $100 Vaccine Reward Program

Get a free COVID-19 vaccine. Get $100. Help Stop the Spread.

COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, free, and widely available. Everyone ages 12 and older is recommended to get a COVID-19 vaccine to help protect themselves and others from COVID-19. And if you get your first dose of any COVID-19 vaccine from a vaccine provider located in Wisconsin beginning August 20 through September 6, you get $100!

WI DHS Small Talks: Why should you talk to kids about alcohol?

Underage drinking is a real problem in Wisconsin, and it starts earlier and can be more dangerous than you might think. But parents, loved ones, and other caring adults can make a real difference. All you have to do is talk. That’s right. Having small, casual conversations with kids, starting around age 8, can help prevent underage drinking.
Video in English with Spanish subtitles
¿Hablas español? subtítulos disponibles

Know what to say and do to have a successful small talk

Sepa qué decir y hacer para tener una charla exitosa

Wisconsin doctors recommend COVID-19 vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, free, and widely available. In fact, everyone 12 and up is now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination, and you do not need an ID or insurance to get it.
Learn more about the vaccine and how living protected from COVID-19 can help you get back to safely doing more of what you’ve missed during the pandemic.


Unified Community Services of Grant & Iowa Counties
Grant County Department of Social Services

Programs and services to be addressed: Abused and neglected children and adults, community mental health, developmental disabilities, alcoholism and drug abuse services, juvenile delinquents, elderly, children and families, and the Alzheimer’s Program.
This is your opportunity to express concerns, expectations, and proposals of services and programs for Grant County. Federal programs are NOT subject for discussion; examples are Food Stamps, General Relief, Fuel Assistance, and Medical Assistance.

Open the PDF below for more information

Well Being Bootcamp

Join us in the Schreiner Community Room for a 6-week seminar to explore the concept of Universal Needs, originally developed by Abraham Maslow (“Maslow’s Pyramid”) and now updated by modern research. Using these concepts as a foundation, this seminar will focus on simple and practical ways of meeting these needs on a daily and lifelong basis, individually and collectively, as a path to improved well-being for oneself, one’s family, and one’s community.
Presented by Jeff Lockhart , Director, Unified Community Services.

The dates are as follows:
Wednesday, July 28
Wednesday, August 4
Wednesday, August 11
Tuesday, August 17
Wednesday, August 25
Tuesday, August 31

This series of events will last from 6:30 to 7:30 PM.
Register for the event here!

New N.A and A.A (Open) Meeting

Where: “Classic Cuts” Hair Salon
Lancaster, WI
Located in Lower Level
1053 S Madison St

When: Mondays at 7:00 p.m.
(Very 1st meeting is on Monday, July 5th 2021)

Any questions call Brett at (563)503-0214

Medication Disposal

In 2019, 9.7 million people aged 12 or older misused used pain relievers in the United States.
50.8% of the pain relievers were accessed through friends or relatives. They were given to them for free, purchased or just taken from them without asking.
Help reduce access to prescription medications by locking them up or storing them in a safe place, not sharing medications, and using drop box locations to dispose of unwanted medications.

Improving Quality of Life for LGBT Youth

Compared to the general population, LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) youth experience higher rates of mental health disorders, often stemming from discrimination. These youth may experience barriers to healthcare as well as homelessness, violence, and a lack of acceptance from family, friends, and the community. LGBT youth need more access to resources and support to increase mental health
Learn more here

Small Talks: Start Talking, It Makes a Difference

Think kids won’t listen? Think again. Research shows that parents and other caring adults are the most powerful influence on children’s choices about underage drinking. That means you can make a real difference, especially if you start early. Don’t worry; it’s easier than you may think. We can show you how, with helpful suggestions for tackling tough questions and ideas for getting the conversations started.