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SAM25 Mission: We help those affected by poverty improve their circumstances to become self-sufficient. Our community works together to support the needs of those living in poverty and offers individualized opportunities to gain self-sufficiency to have hope for a better future.

Shawano Area Mathew 24 (SAM25) PO Box 147 Shawano, WI 54166

Emergency Shelter, Resource Center,

Thrift Store and Free Clinic Location
105 E. Richmond Street  Shawano, WI 54166

Phone: 715-851-7252

Website: sam25.org
 
SAM25 Executive Director
ed@sam25.org

We are reaching out to build a safe and healthy community, free from violence and abuse.

Family violence affects us all… Millions of people are physically, sexually, or emotionally abused every year by someone they know. It happens to people of all ages, races, LGBTQ, religions, income levels, and educational levels. Abuse is never acceptable. Talking with someone about your abuse isn’t easy, but it can help.

PO Box 665, 380 Lakeland Road, Shawano, WI 54166
1 (888) 303-3421

The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is here and ready to help.

The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline provides free and confidential support for anyone experiencing a suicidal, mental health, and/or substance use crisis.

People of all ages who need help for themselves or a loved one can call, text, or chat 24/7.

Call

Call 988.

Text

Send a text message to 988.

Chat

Use the chat feature at 988lifeline.org

Mailing Address

United Way of Shawano County
PO Box 31
Shawano WI 54166

Phone

(715) 526-0238

Diggers Hotline was established in 1976 to increase worker and public safety, prevent damage to underground and overhead facilities, protect the environment and to help ensure continuity of utility and communication services. Wisconsin’s one-call center has helped millions of callers obtain information on the location of underground facilities and safe working distances from overhead lines.

Contact Diggers Hotline by dialing 811 or click here to begin online.

 

Many homeowners in Wisconsin have a long list of outdoor projects that need to be tackled in the spring and summer months. These projects could include anything from a new patio, to installing a fence, to simply planting a garden, shrubs or trees. Diggers Hotline wants you to complete these projects safely. Following these steps will help along the way.