Health and Human Services

Mission Statement: 

Prevent. Promote. Protect. Working together to support the health and well being of our community.


The Department of Health and Human Services provides an array of services and programs that cover the lifespan of Door County citizens. We promote the health, safety and well-being of individuals and the entire community. We serve individuals and families who need assistance with issues related to aging, disability, mental health, or substance use. We also determine eligibility for a variety of public programs, including Food Share, Medical Assistance, Wisconsin Shares Child Care subsidy, Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program, and the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.

The Department of Health & Human Services is dedicated to a trauma-informed care (TIC) approach. This approach seeks to create a safe and welcoming place for those with a history of trauma, recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms, and acknowledges the role that trauma has played in their lives.


In carrying out the Department’s mission, staff strive to embody our Trauma Informed Vision:

Providing help for today and hope for tomorrow
By fostering a safe community that values
Your Voice, Your Choice, Your Future.

Critical Contacts

  • Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC): 920-746-2372
  • Baylake Consortium: 888-794-5747
  • Public Health: 920-746-2234
  • Report Child Abuse 
    • Monday through Friday 8am-4:30pm  Phone: 920-746-7155
    • After hours Phone: 920-746-2400
  • Report Elder Abuse/Adults at Risk 
    • Monday through Friday 8am-4:30pm  Phone: 920-746-7155
    • After hours Phone: 920-746-2588
  • Report Mental Health Crisis Hotline: 920-746-2588


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