Our goal is to recruit, organize and facilitate the production of appropriately designed facemasks for use in willing Chequamegon Bay healthcare facilities. Visit our page to find out how you can help.
Visit the county website to get local updates about COVID-19, for the County Housing Authority, UW Extension programs, and for economic, family, human, health, and Aging and Disability services.
We have a wide variety of services available to the community, they include: Healthy Lifestyles, Maternal Child Health, Family Foundations, Healthy Start, Medical Eligibility Outreach, Nutrition, Public Health, Community Health Representatives, and Purchased Referred Care.
CORE was founded in 2006, and our goal is to provide programs and services that support aging- friendly communities, and to help all remain engaged in their community. Serves northern Bayfield County including residents in Washburn, Cornucopia, La Pointe, Bayfield, Red Cliff and the surrounding area.
Our new Hulings Rice Food Center (HRFC), which combines a certified kitchen, composting, and demonstration gardens is a great example of this. The facility allows Northland to receive large shipments of local fruits and vegetables; freeze, dry, and can these products; and store them for off-season use. The Center also holds our enormous food composting equipment.
Resource page for several available food programs.
Whether social distancing or self isolating, you may want to vote absentee or early. Here's the information you need:
Absentee ballots, online voter registration, and general information.
City of Ashland election information.
Bayfield County election information.
Ashland County election information.
The New Day Advocacy Center is a safe haven for victims of Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault. We are a non-profit organization, which provides emergency housing and food to victims and their children. Beyond performing crisis intervention and support services. New Day Advocacy Center is an important grassroots effort toward affecting the social change that is necessary to prevent and ultimately reduce family violence and sexual assault in the communities that we serve.
If you are interested in learning more about COVID-19 please visit the following vetted resources:
COVID-19 Evaluation and Testing Guidelines
Visit the county website to get local updates about COVID-19, for the UW Extension programs, Health and Human Services, and helpful links.
The Mission of the Red Cliff Community Health Department is to provide the Highest quality, comprehensive health care in order to promote the health and wellness of the American Indian Community. Services are provided to American Indian people and their families, as well as the surrounding communities.
Faith In Action connects senior citizens with caring members of the community who have compassion and skills to provide the services that are needed such as light house and yard work.
Our mission is to facilitate one hot meal a day, every day of the year in our community on the Chequamegon Bay.
NorthLakes Community Clinic provides health care for all. Learn more about our approach and the services we provide here. As part of our commitment to serve everyone, we accept all insurances including Medicaid (MA/BadgerCare), Medicare, and private insurance. We also provide a sliding fee scale for qualifying patients. Learn more about sliding fee scale here.
The BRICK Ministries is a partnered effort between its member churches, businesses, and residents who share the mission and vision of compassionately helping people in need, serving residents of Ashland and Bayfield Counties. The BRICK offers a Food Shelf Program that distributes food and personal care items at four locations: Ashland, Cable, Cornucopia, and Mellen. The BRICK’s Benevolence Program assists with emergency financial resources and provides referrals.
School District of Bayfield
School District of Washburn
School services and meal distribution info here.
School District of Ashland
Gwayakobimaadiziwin -- Bad River Harm Reduction Program -- a community-based HIV/Hep C prevention program. Call 715-802-8232 for more info about exchange.