Caregiving & Crisis Prevention

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Advocates of Ozaukee 
Volunteers are needed for childcare, transportation, donation pick up, donation organization, children’s support group, Hope Room coordinator, landscape maintenance, and other professional services (lawyers, movers, carpenters, plumbers, electricians).  Advocates provide safety, advocacy, education, and resources for those who have experienced domestic or sexual violence. Get more information on Advocates here.

Bread of Healing Clinic
Serve at a this free health clinic for the uninsured. Professional volunteers assist in the areas of social work, dental services, podiatry, physical therapy, OBGYN,  diabetic education – physicians, nurses, pharmacists, residents and medical students. Find a list of items that may be donated: click here. For more information about the clinic  click here.

COPE Hotline
Provide emotional support, crisis intervention, and information and referral services. Must be 18 years of age, a good listener; training is provided twice each year. Providing a place to talk things over: COPE hotline

Interfaith Caregivers
Transport senior citizens or adults with disabilities to medical appointments, shopping, or errands in Ozaukee county. Also, visit and assist with bill paying, minor repairs, and respite care. Click here for more information.

Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee
Volunteer opportunities for financial support or aiding in conference preparation and support. This organization works ecumenically, to build relationships, conduct educational programs, and foster public understanding on social justice issues. For more information click here.