Corona Virus (COVID-19) Notice:

Please monitor Green County Public Health’s website (https://gcpublichealth.org/) for current recommendations.

Green County Human Services Update/Preparedness:

Green County Human Services Department (GCHSD) continues to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic in close partnership with Public Health and our state partners, and will continue to adjust operations based on their guidance.  We will communicate any change to our agency’s operations on our website and through our other normal means of communication.

The Government Services Building (GSB) is currently open to the public; however, the majority of our staff our working remotely to ensure essential services can continue in the event of increased community spread.  The public is urged to conduct business over the phone and email, when possible.

Agency Phone Number: (608)328-9393
Agency Email Address:
GCHSD@GCHSD.org
24 Hour Crisis Line: 1-888-552-6642
https://www.gchsd.org

The following is additional information referring to the availability of services from Green County Human Services.  This information will be updated as it changes, and is current as of 3/22/2020 at 5pm.

Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC):

The ADRC lobby is open to provide information and schedule appointments; however, walk-in services are not available at this time.  The public is encouraged to call the ADRC instead of visiting in person. 

Phone:                   (608)328-9499
Toll-Free:              1-800-514-0066
Email:                    resourcecenter@gchsd.org
Website:                https://adrcgreencounty.org

ADRC Services:

  • Information and Assistance is being provided via phone calls and emails.
  • Long-term care options counseling and enrollment continue to be provided.
  • Home-Delivered Meals – Please contact the ADRC to start or cancel meals.
  • Transportation – Rides to medical appointment and to get groceries, call the ADRC to schedule.
  • APS is continuing to conduct investigations of abuse and neglect of elderly and vulnerable adults. Call the ADRC to report concerns.

The following services have been effected:

  • Congregate Meal sites are suspended starting 3/18/20 until further notice.
  • Hand in Hand Adult Day Center is suspended starting 3/16/20 until further notice.
  • ADRC Shuttle bus trips are suspended effective 3/16/20 until further notice.
  • No Memory Café for April
  • ADRC April Lunch n Learn will be rescheduled
  • No Daytime Caregiver Support Group in March
  • ADRC Wellness and Prevention Classes have been suspended. Participants have been contacted.
  • AARP Tax Preparation has been suspended.  (See Announcement

Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse (AODA):

Staff will be working remotely, but will be accessible by phone and e-mail. For individuals interested in enrolling in programs, they can call and leave a message at (608)328-9352.

Children’s Long-Term Support/Birth-3 (CLTS/B-3):

The majority of staff will be working remotely, but will be accessible by phone and e-mail.  For information about services, please call (608)328-9359.

Children, Youth, & Families (CYF):

Staff will be working remotely, but will be accessible by phone and e-mail. For individuals interested in enrolling in programs, they can call and leave a message at (608)328-9384.

Concerns about Child Abuse and Neglect should continue to be reported to our Child Abuse Reporting Line to the following phone numbers:

Monday – Friday, 8am – 4:30pm             (608)328-9393            
After-Hours, Holidays & Weekends             (888)552-6642

Child Protective Services staff will respond to these calls 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS):

Staff will be working remotely, but will be accessible by phone and e-mail. Individuals interested in enrolling in CCS, should call and leave a message at (608)328-9310.

Community Support Program (CSP):

The majority of staff will be working remotely, but will be accessible by phone and e-mail.  For additional information please call (608)328-9376 and leave a message.

Economic Support (ES):

Benefit applicants are encouraged to apply for FoodShare, health care, or Wisconsin Shares Child Care Subsidy benefits using the ACCESS website. Customers can also access services by phone by calling the Souther Call Center Consortium toll free at (888-794-5780, Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm.

Members can check the status of programs and benefits they are enrolled in, get reminders about actions they need to take, submit and track documents, by using the simple and convenient MyACCESS mobile app. The app can be downloaded for free on the App Store or Google Play Store.

Customers can continue faxing documents for processing. Documents can be faxed to the Centralized Document Processing Unit (CDPU) at (855) 293-1822 (with a document tracking sheet).  Applicants/Members are strongly encouraged to use the MyACCESS app to upload documents when possible.  Documents can also be mailed to:

Centralized Document Processing Unit (CDPU)
P.O. Box 5234
Janesville, WI 53547-5234

Documents dropped off in person will be faxed to the Centralized Document Processing Unit.

Mental Health (MH):

The majority of staff will be working remotely, but will be accessible by phone and e-mail.  Please call (608)328-9383 for assistance.

Crisis Intervention – Immediate assistance is available 24 hours a day for emergencies.  Call (888) 552-6642 any time during the day or night. 

Welcome to Green County Human Services

The purpose of this Web Page is to open and maintain a line of communication with the citizens of Green County and its communities. The information contained in these pages is updated routinely. We encourage feedback from the citizens of Green County and anyone that may have a comment or question.

WIS 11 Construction Work Resumes March 23

Construction work on WIS 11 in Monroe will resume Monday, March 23. The highway will remain open during construction with one lane of traffic in each direction. Motorists are urged to drive with caution in the area. Project completion is expected spring 2020. 

 All interchange ramps in the Monroe area are open except:

  • Westbound WIS 11 off-ramp to WIS 69
  • WIS 69 on-ramp to westbound WIS 11
  • Westbound WIS 11 off-ramp to WIS 81
  • WIS 81 on-ramp to westbound WIS 11

The project, which began in 2019, is replacing deteriorating pavement along 5.5 miles of WIS 11 between WIS 81 and Hiltbrand Lane. Intersection improvements are being made at County KK, Stauffacher Road, Richland Road, and Hiltbrand Lane.