Need Rental Assistance?
Family Promise of Washington County is here to help you through W.R.A.P. – the Wisconsin Rental Assistance Program.
Residents of Washington County who have been impacted by COVID-19 can qualify for a new rental assistance program through the Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA).
Details: Up to $3,000 per household in combination of rental payments and/or security deposits. The payment is paid directly to the landlord. CAP Agencies will begin taking applications on or before June 8th, 2020.
Requirements: Eligible applicants must be an adult Wisconsin resident with a household income at or below 80% of the county median income in the month of or prior to the application date.
Where to apply: Washington County residents should apply through the Social Development Commission.
Choose WASHINGTON COUNTY when prompted in the drop down menu.
Questions? Need assistance completing your application? Contact Family Promise of Washington County at 262-334-4912 or email ProgMngr@FamilyPromiseWC.org.
Family Promise of Washington County strives to educate Washington County residents on these available funds to prevent homelessness and assist with financial burdens during this pandemic. Contact our agency with any questions about this assistance program, as well as any other questions or concerns regarding financial assistance, affordable housing, or homelessness. We may be able to assist you above and beyond the W.R.A.P. program, please inquire with Family Promise of Washington County.
Family Promise rebuilds lives with compassion by providing resources and services that prevent and end homelessness for individuals and families in Washington County.
Family Promise helps homeless and low-income families in Washington County achieve sustainable independence. We recognize that poverty is a multifaceted problem that requires a multifaceted response from the community. We provide food, shelter, and support services for homeless families through the hands-on work of our many volunteers. We provide advice and advocacy for at-risk families to prevent their becoming homeless. And we educate people about poverty and the means to combat it.
We are one of many independent Affiliates in 44 states (and counting). At the heart of our work is the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN). The IHN marshals existing local resources to provide for homeless families as they work to get back on their feet. These resources include available congregational spaces, donated goods, and – most importantly – volunteers.
All Purpose Cleaner
Twin XL Mattress Protectors
Cot Mattresses & Cot Mattress Protectors – Will be used for families staying overnight in our churches.
West Bend Taxi Vouchers (Make $45 Checks payable to WB Taxi and give them to FPWC – we’ll pick up the vouchers, so you don’t have to!)
Gas Gift Cards – (prefer Shell/Kwik Trip/BP)
Laundry Detergent Pods
Storage Bins (prefer 30 gallon & clear in color, but will take others)
Utility Floor Mats
Walmart Gift Cards – for Groceries
Cleaning Service Gift Cards
Donations for Silent and Live Auction for our Golf Outing on August 2, 2020
Are you or someone you know homeless or at risk of becoming homeless? Please contact Family Promise of Washington County to inquire about our services. Our trained staff will assess the needs of each person and provide the referral or services necessary to prevent individual or family homelessness.
At Risk of Homelessness?
Exciting ways you can get involved-
- Volunteer at our Golf Outing on August 2, 2020
- Make a Meal
- Overnight Volunteers
- Office Angels – Answer phones or other tasks
- Yard Clean Up
- Handy Work (Build Wood Shelving, Masonry)
- Get your Church Involved
- Mentor one of our Moms in the Program