Other Resources (Menomonie)


Free, confidential community human services information and referrals. Don’t know who to call to get help with a situation? Simply dial 2-1-1 to get resources and information or visit http://www.greatrivers211.org/

United Way C3 Center

(715) 231-3066
1620 Stout Road,
Tues & Thurs. 11am- 2pmFree used furniture, appliances, clothing, and household goods with referral.

Dunn Co Human Services/Great Rivers Consortium-Childcare Assistance

Are you are a parent who needs help paying for childcare while at school or work? If you are working at least 20 hours per month, you may be eligible for assistance. Apply, make appointments or ask questions about Childcare Assistance programs through the Great Rivers Consortium.
Apply online: www.access.wi.gov

Dunn County-Tobacco Prevention

(715) 232-2388
The Health Department in Dunn County offers two tobacco cessation programs through the health department. A program for pregnant women is the First Breath program. We also have no-cost smoking cessation counseling, available for any tobacco users.


1(800) 472-1638
Wisconsin Judicare is a non-profit law firm offering free legal services to all Wisconsin Residence.

Happy Apple Therapy Center

(715) 309-4335
436 Main Street E Menomonie 
Happy Apple provides innovative therapy modalities in an open environment focused solely the clients healing needs. They offer individual or group therapy, yoga, and massage therapy.

Eau Claire Hmong Area Mutual Assistance Association

(715) 832-8420
The ECHAMAA provides a number of programs to assist individuals in Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, and Dunn counties. They offer a wide range of services to address domestic violence, sexual assault, affordable housing, and food insecurity. To contact the Hmong WI crisis helpline, call 1-877-740-4292.

FoodShare Benefits

(877) 366-3635
As a college student, you may be eligible for FoodShare benefits, also known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). FoodShare benefits are deposited on a Quest card once a month to help buy groceries.