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A legal guardian is a decision maker and an advocate for those who are incompetent due to aging, a developmental disability, chronic mental illness or alcohol and drug abuse (i.e. ward). Guardians ensure that the individual’s rights to proper housing, nutrition, and medical care are met. A guardian is expected to visit their ward at least once a month and complete an annual report. A legal guardian does not financially support the ward, take care of the ward on a day to day basis, nor personally provide a place for the ward to live.
About Brown County Health & Human Services
111 N Jefferson St, PO Box 22188, Green Bay, WI 54305, US
The Brown County Health & Human Services Department provides information, referral, support and assistance to county residents at risk of or experiencing economic hardships, neglect, abuse, juvenile crime, or incapacities related to aging or disabling conditions.
The Volunteer Programs administered through the Brown County Health and Human Services Department are designed to complement and enhance the services provided to the community by our program units. Our Volunteer Coordinators are also licensed Social Workers that follow industry standards for volunteer practices, which translates to a very professional experience for our volunteers. All of our programs include orientation and training.
We'll work with your schedule.
111 N Jefferson StPO Box 22188Green Bay, WI 54301
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Time commitment is based on the needs of the ward.