For further information regarding the services available, or if you need assistance, please contact the office located in your area.
7410 County Highway D
Webster, WI 54893
Contact: LeAnn Mulroy, Community Services Specialist
538 Hewett St.
Neillsville, WI 54456
Contact: Dianna Ruiz, Community Services Specialist
209 E. 3rd St. S.
Ladysmith, WI 54848
Contact: Donna Wishowski, Community Services Director
16058 W. U.S. 63
P.O. Box 202
Hayward, WI 54843
Contact: Sue Skinner, Community Services Specialist
508 South 8th St.
Medford, WI 54451
Contact: Kim Christofoli-Helland, Community Services Specialist
608 Service Road
Spooner, WI 54801
Contact: Dawn Wagner, Community Services Specialist
When you request or receive services from ICAA, we collect
information about you and your household and enter it into a computer program called Wisconsin ServicePoint (WISP).
This program helps us to better understand homelessness, to improve service delivery to the homeless, and to evaluate
the effectiveness of services provided to the homeless. WISP is used by over a hundred social service agencies
throughout the state that provide services to homeless and low-income persons.
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WISP Consumer Notice
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General Consent Form
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Community Services staff help to administer various programs which are available through ICAA to help the low income and disadvantaged people.
The staff is knowledgeable not only in their respective counties but with resources available through other agencies to which they are able to help with referrals.
Connections Clothing Stores are open to the public, a small donation for purchases is appreciated. The store is also available to be used for emergency needs to people that are financially unable to afford necessary clothing and miscellaneous items
All donated proceeds from the Clothing Store are used for operational costs and help stock the emergency food.
- Emergency Food Assistance through the Food Pantry
- Weatherization / Housing Assistance
- Wisconsin Judicare Issuing Agency
- Wisconsin Badger Care Assistance
- New-To-You Clothing Stores
- Resource and Referral
Indianhead Community Action Agency
1000 West College Ave.
P.O. Box 40
Phone: 715-532-4222 Fax: 715-532-7808 or E-mail
Contact: Donna Wishowski, Coordinator, Community Services