ORGANIZATION: Outagamie County DHHS Volunteer Services
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NOAHH (Neighbors Offering A Helping Hand) is a partnership between community members and Outagamie County Department of Health and Human Services to assist DHHS clients meet their needs. A county worker alerts the Volunteer Coordinator to a need. The coordinator then reaches out to NOAHH partners to help fulfill that need. Needs may include new or gently used furniture, kitchen items, bedding, clothes, etc. There is no time commitment - you share the request and help us find needed items. Become a partner!
About Outagamie County DHHS Volunteer Services
500 W Fifth St, Appleton, WI 54911, US
To Protect those citizens who are vulnerable because of age, sex or disability, from abuse and neglect. To maximize independence and decrease dependence of those citizens we serve in the most natural and least restrictive setting. To prevent neglect, abuse, individual and family dysfunction, illness and disability. To promote healthy, independent productive lifestyles. To manage public funds allocated for human services in a prudent and responsive manner.
Volunteer DRIVERS provide rides to and from child visitations, groups and other appointments. Mileage is reimbursed. Drivers choose what rides they would like to do. Local as well as out of town visits are available.
SUPERVISED VISIT volunteers provide a safe environment for children in foster care to visit with their parents. Most visits happen in the DHHS visitation rooms. Volunteer chooses the hours/cases they would like to volunteer with.
Volunteer GUARDIANS is a court appointed advocate for a person who has been found incompetent to make decisions for themselves. Guardian of estate and/or person are both needed.
500 W Fifth StAppleton, WI 54911
September 11, 2023