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ADRC of the Lakeshore
Caregiver Support
Offers professional, unbiased information about support services and options that can help a caregiver and the person they are caring for.
Community Resources
Provides professional, unbiased assistance in reviewing options to assist you through difficult situations.
Dementia Services
Provides education and awareness about Alzheimer's disease and other dementias as well as options to caregivers and individuals affected by memory loss.
Disability Benefit Specialists
Provides assistance to individuals with developmental, mental, and physical disabilities age 18 - 59.
Elder Benefit Specialist
Provides assistance to seniors age 60 and over who are looking to access public and private benefits or programs.
Nutrition - Meals
Provides information on nutrition options and socialization for seniors age 60 and older.
Wellness & Prevention Programs
Provides access to many evidence-based prevention programs through partnerships with local hospitals, clinics, senior centers, and fitness centers.
County Clerk
Hunting & Fishing Licenses
The Kewaunee County Clerk's Office is an agent for Wisconsin hunting & fishing licenses.
Marriage Licenses
The Kewaunee County Clerk's Office issues marriage licenses by appointment ONLY. Please call to schedule a date and time.
Passports
The Kewaunee County Clerk’s Office accepts passport applications and offers a passport photo service. Photo sessions are by appointment ONLY. Please call to schedule a date and time.
Timber Cutting Permits
Wisconsin Statute Chapter 26.03 requires a cutting notice filed with the County Clerk's office prior to cutting any logs, poles, posts, pulpwood, Christmas trees, or other forest products from any privately owned forest land in Wisconsin.
County Treasurer
Address Change Form
The Address Change Form provided by the Kewaunee County Treasurer's Office is for tax bill and assessment purposes. Print, complete and return the form to the Treasurer's Office via mail, email or in-person.
Lottery Credit
Print the Lottery Credit Form, complete it, and deliver to the Kewaunee County Treasurer's Office.
Property Tax Payments
The Kewaunee County Treasurer's Office can accept property tax payments in-person, drop-box at Administration Center, by mail or online.
Emergency Management
NOAA Weather Radio
Kewaunee County Emergency Management has a supply of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather radios for sale for $30 each. Call (920) 845-9700 to order to stop by the office at 625 Third Street, Luxemburg, WI between 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. to pick one up.
Finance
Business Development Loan Program (BDLP)
A new program in 2020, similar to the old RLF but with slightly different requirements, limits, and qualifications.
Revolving Loan Fund (RLF)
Federal funding through the State for low interest loans to businesses creating new jobs or retaining existing jobs. (This program was terminated by the State of Wisconsin in 2019)
Human Services
Adult Protective Services
Adult protective services are provided to any adult over 18 who is suffering from or endanger of experience neglect, self-neglect, physical abuse, marital abuse and/or financial exploitation.
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Services
Kewaunee County offers Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Services to residents on an outpatient basis.
BadgerCare Healthcare
The easiest and fastest way to apply for Medicaid or BadgerCare Plus and set a filing date is to apply online through "ACCESS". Applications are also available by mail or by stopping by Kewaunee County Human Services in person, or by contacting the East Central Income Maintenance Partnership at 1-888-256-4563.
Birth to 3 Program
The Birth to 3 Program serves families who have children ages birth to 3 years old with disabilities or developmental delays.
Child Care
The easiest and fastest way to apply for Child Care and set a filing date is to apply online through "ACCESS". Applications are also available by mail, by stopping by Kewaunee County Human Services in person or contacting the East Central Income Maintenance Partnership at 1-888-256-4563.
Child Protective Services
Child Protective Services promotes the safety and well-being of children and families.
Children's Long Term Support Waivers
Children's Long Term Support Waivers (CLTS) Waivers for children with development disabilities, physical disabilities, and severe emotional disturbances. 
Community Support Program
Community Support Program (CSP) works to support Kewaunee County residents living with severe and persistent mental illnesses so they may remain in their community and lead productive lives.
Comprehensive Community Services
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) provides a recovery-focused approach with children and adults with mental health and/or substance abuse issues. 
Coordinated Services Teams
Coordinated Services Teams (CST) is a family centered, community-based initiative that aids with the development of a coordinated system of care for youth with behavioral health needs.
County Transportation
The Transportation Program provides three transportation options for residents of Kewaunee County.
Crisis
Our Crisis Program is here to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in any stressful crisis situation. Call (920) 255-1645.
Energy Assistance
Need assistance for heating costs, electric costs, and energy crisis situations? Kewaunee County Human Services contracts with Energy Services, Inc. for this program. Further information regarding Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) can be located on the Home Energy+ website or call 1-866-432-8947.
FoodShare
The FoodShare program helps low-income individuals and families to obtain a more nutritious diet.
Foster Care
Foster care provides children with a temporary home and family when their parents are unable to meet their needs and keep them safe.
Health Coverage & Medical Assistance
The Marketplace is a new way to find health coverage that fits your budget and meets your needs.
Juvenile Justice Services
The Juvenile Justice unit is staffed with social workers who supervise juveniles, provide services and case manage informally or through court orders.
Kinship Care
The Kinship Care program is designed to help support the child and the relative caregiver during the time a child is living outside their own home, either temporarily or permanently.
Outpatient Mental Health Clinic
Kewaunee County is a state licensed community mental health clinic that provides outpatient mental health counseling and psychiatric services to residents of Kewaunee County.
Subsidized Guardianship
Subsidized Guardianship is a permanent placement option for children placed in foster care.
Land & Water Conservation
Groundwater & Well Testing
It is recommended that all private wells be tested at least once per year for coliform bacteria and nitrates and more often if changes in water taste, odor or color are noticed. The next well testing dates will take place in June 2021 & November 2021.
Sanitation
The Kewaunee County Sanitary Ordinance covers all municipalities in Kewaunee County where public sewer is not available. Here we have listed permit fees, forms, brochures, FAQs, and more regarding sanitation.
Zoning
Shoreland property owners play an important role in preserving the quality of our lakes, rivers, and waterways. Here we have listed permit fees, forms, applications, FAQs, and more regarding zoning.
Land Information
Land Records Portal
Visit the Kewaunee County Land Records Portal to access geographic and land information in Kewaunee County.
Public Health
Immunizations
The Kewaunee County Public Health Department REQUIRES appointments for upcoming immunization clinics. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call (920) 388-7160.
Medication Disposal
Kewaunee County offers prescription drug disposal at the Kewaunee County Sheriff's Department Safety Building/Jail. Medications can be dropped off anonymously 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
WIC
The Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) Program provides nutritious foods, nutrition education (including breastfeeding promotion and support), and referrals to health and other social services to participants at no charge. Please call us at (920) 388-7160 for an appointment.
Register of Deeds
Genealogy Searches
Hours for genealogy searches at the Register of Deeds' office are Monday - Friday, 8:15 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. No appointment is needed. A valid photo ID is required.
Real Estate Records
Copies of Real Estate Records can now be searched and obtained online as well as in-person at the Register of Deeds' office.
Real Estate Transfer Returns
​Pursuant to the 2007 Wisconsin Act 219 all real estate transfer returns must be filed electronically regardless of the date of conveyance.
Vital Records
The Register of Deeds' office provides certified copies of birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates.
Veterans
Education Benefits
You served with honor and you’re ready to further your education and skills. Learn about GI Bill eligibility requirements.
Pensions/ Survivor Pensions/ DIC (Dependency and Indemnity Compensation)
VA helps Veterans and their families cope with financial challenges by providing supplemental income through the Veterans Pension and Survivors Pension benefit programs.
State of Wisconsin Veteran Benefits
Wisconsin offers numerous benefits to our Veterans and families. These benefits are state specific from Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs.
VA Burials (Death Benefit)
VA burial benefits can help service members, Veterans, and their family members plan and pay for a burial or memorial service in a VA National Cemetery.
VA Compensation and Disability Claims
VA disability benefits for physical conditions (like a chronic illness or injury) and mental health conditions (like PTSD) that developed before, during, or after service.
VA Health
With VA health care, you’re covered for regular checkups with your primary care provider and appointments with specialists (like cardiologists, gynecologists, and mental health providers).