Meet our Community Partners
We are grateful for our community partners in Racine
Racine Vocational Ministry, Inc. (RVM)
RVM will help you to maximize your gifts and strengthen our community. Not just a job – a career. Not just making a living but capturing a dream!
Extension Racine County
Extension Racine County is a Division of the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Extension educators connect people with university programs and resources in the areas of families and finances, health and well-being, youth development, agriculture, horticulture, and community development with the purpose of transforming lives and communities.
Health Care Network
Health Care Network, Inc. provides free or low-cost health care to residents of Racine County who are medically uninsured and have limited income. Services are provided by health care professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to care for the many patients in need in our community.
YWCA Southeast Wisconsin
YWCA Southeast Wisconsin is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
The Center for Veterans Issues (CVI)
The Center for Veterans Issues (CVI) is a non profit 501(c)3 veterans service agency whose mission is to service men and women of our armed forces who find themselves in need after returning to civilian life.
Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin is a nonprofit organization helping people overcome challenges to build skills, find jobs and progress their life and careers. To provide employment, training and support services, Goodwill connects job seekers with employers in the community and inside its own retail, laundry and staffing social enterprises.
Racine County Human Services Here to Help
Here to Help is a direct line to critical services, including rent, food, mental health, and employment, for Racine County families. If you’re struggling to find the help you need, Here to Help can help you at 262-638-6400, Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.
Housing Resources, Inc.
Housing Resources, Inc. is a HUD approved housing counseling organization that assists homebuyers and homeowners in the planning, purchase, maintenance and retention of their homes.
Racine Unified School District Parent University
An array of workshops and informational sessions designed to equip Racine families with the knowledge and confidence to navigate the school system, promote family wellness, enhance parenting skills, and encourage advocacy for student success.
RUSD Family Resource Center
The Center offers Racine Unified School District families with students attending Title I schools, a full range of learning materials for grades 4k-12, community-based services, family-focused resources and parenting skill supports to advance student academic achievement, family access and opportunity.
Racine Public Library
The mission of the library is to lift up the lives of the people of the Racine community by embracing community diversity, promoting inclusion, creating opportunity, and by supporting the development of community literacy through a love of literature, learning and civic engagement.
Our hands-on training in over 70 programs of study prepares students to enter new careers or advance their current ones. We value and serve students and communities in Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties through a nationally recognized approach to career and technical education.
Every day we work hard to achieve our social goal of improving the economic well-being of individuals by advancing inclusive entrepreneurship and facilitating self-sufficiency strategies.
LSS is on the front lines of addressing the well-being of vulnerable populations. A strong support system, treatment services, intensive counseling, and home health visits are what our clients need and what LSS provides on a daily basis.
The mission of the Racine County Child Support agency is to establish paternity, child support and medical support, to enforce child support and medical support orders, and to locate absent parents for the children and families of Racine County.
Racine Interfaith Coalition (RIC) is a non-profit organization made up of 28 member congregations and organizations who are united in our belief in the inherent value of every individual and our shared obligation to create a fairer, more equitable and more just community.
NAMI Racine County provides advocacy, education, support, and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives. All services are free of charge and available to all who seek mental health resources.
HOPES Center helps people in Racine end their homelessness through street outreach, supportive services for people with mental health challenges, and housing assistance.
Public Allies mission is to create a just and equitable society and the diverse leadership to sustain it. In our 10-Month paid AmeriCorps community leadership apprenticeship we believe that everyone can lead. When young emerging leaders join Public Allies, they join a national network of emerging leaders dedicated to creating a future by and for everyone.
The LGBT Center of SE Wisconsin’s mission is to create a safe and inclusive home for LGBTQ+ communities. For more information on our support groups, Safe Zone training, events and community building efforts follow us on Facebook or go to www.lgbtsewi.org.
The Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization (HALO) provides a pathway to self-sufficiency and housing stability for those experiencing homelessness in Racine County.
Women’s Resource Center provides domestic violence services to the greater Racine area. Services range from DV education to family healing activities to shelter. Women’s Resource Center’s purpose is to help individuals remove themselves from dangerous situations, and rebuild their self-confidence and self-sufficiency.
The HARC’s mission is to provide safe, decent, and sanitary housing for very low-income families, and to promote personal, economic, and social upward mobility to provide families the opportunity to transit from subsidized to non-subsidized housing.
Catholic Charities’ mission to “provide service to those in need, to advocate for justice and to call upon others to do the same” has been the core of our work since 1920. Building upon this, we measurably improve the lives of those we serve and empower them to reach their full potential.