Jefferson Country Resources

‘Where to Find’

Click the ‘Where to Find’ link to view the Jefferson County Directory of Basic Services.  


When you need help and don’t know where to turn, simply dial 2-1-1.  You will be connected with someone who can help with a variety of service referrals in your area.  

Project Recovery- Coping with COVID-19

Project Recovery

Waterloo/Marshall Food Pantry

Provides food for families living in Waterloo and Marshall. 

117 E. Madison St.
Waterloo, WI

Wednesdays: 12-1 PM & 7-8 PM
Saturdays: 9-10 AM

Second Harvest Food Bank: Mobile Food Pantry

Provides fresh and non-perishable groceries to families and individuals facing hunger.  The Marshall/ Waterloo mobile pantry usually occurs the LAST Friday of the month, unless otherwise noted (usually due to holidays).  The event is always inside.  Enter at the door on the far right of the building.  Bring boxes, bags and wheeled carts to help carry your groceries.  No restrictions, EVERYONE in need is welcome and served.  No ID necessary.  For a complete list of locations, dates and times, click on the link above.  *Please see their website for changes due to COVID-19

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
605 Madison St. 
Marshall, WI

2-4:30 PM

2021 Schedule

January 22
February 26
March 26
April 23
May 28
June 25
July 23
August 27
September 24
October 22
November- TBD
December- TBD

Mutual Community Mission Group: Groceries for Growth

The program provides students at Waterloo Elementary School with hot meals on the weekends.  Currently, the group serves 4K through 3rd grade.  If you would like to sign your child up for the program, please contact the Waterloo Elementary School for further information.  

Phone: 920-478-3633

Community Action Coalition (CAC)

Provides help with food, clothing, rent, utility and heating bills, and crisis and emergency assistance.  

114 E. Main St.
Watertown, WI
Phone: 920-262-9667

Crossroads House

Provides help with rent and eviction prevention.  Call the CAC and ask for help from Crossroads House, as the two organizations partner together.  

Assisted Living in Wisconsin

Provides effective solutions to the many challenges impacting seniors.  They are committed to finding the best possible care for those who need assisted living.



St. Vincent De Paul Society

Provides financial assistance for utility bills, back rent, prescriptions and medical costs, as well as free household items such as diapers, clothing and cleaning supplies.

720 E. Lake St.
Lake Mills, WI
Phone: 920-648-2800

Finacial Help for Single Mothers

Families and single mothers are included in this federal and state funded fiancial assistance program.  Assistance includes cash benefits, food, child healthcare, and some other medical benefits.  

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