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The City of Muskego
The City of Muskego
W182 S8200 Racine Ave.
Muskego, WI 53150
Ph: (262) 679-4100
Health & Human Services


Local Resources




Animal Welfare Concerns

Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS) in Waukesha
Report an injured, diseased or deceased animal on private property, suspected neglect or abuse, wildlife live trapping or containment.
Phone: 262-542-8851

Muskego Police Department 
Report a lost or stray domestic animal. The City's Department of Public Works facility has kennels to keep missing pets for approximately 24 hours until they are transported to HAWS
Phone: 262-679-4130




Blood Donation

The City of Muskego supports 2 community blood drives throughout the year. For the next event, please visit the city's calendar.



Drug and Alcohol Abuse Awareness

24-Hour Drop-off For Unused Medication
Keeping prescriptions and other unused or expired medications out of the wrong hands starts at home, and the City of Muskego Police Department is now offering the opportunity to discard these items, securely. The drop off site is inside the Police Department lobby, located just across from City Hall at W182 S8200 Racine Avenue.


Addiction Resource Council
Providing preventative and support services and resources for families struggling with addiction
24 Hour Helpline: 262-524-7920


Drug Free Communities
Providing community resources for counseling, education, parent resources for prevention and intervention.
A division of the Elevate, Inc.
Email


Project Know
Provides links to local resources for alcohol counseling. ProjectKnow.com aims to inform parents and family members of those struggling with addiction, as well as addicts and alcoholics themselves, about the options available for treating addiction. Click on the above link for resources close to Muskego.
Phone: 1-800-928-9139




Fire and EMS Public Services
The City of Muskego contracts with the Tess Corners Fire and Rescue, which along with emergency response, provides community services, including education. Muskego has four fire stations - visit the Tess Corners Fire and Rescue website for more details and to contact the station nearest your property.


Impact 2-1-1
The City of Muskego is part of the Impact 2-1-1 assistance area in Southeastern Wisconsin. Residents can dial 2-1-1 to receive information and assistance for
Municipal and Community services; Shelter and services for the homeless; Substance abuse; People with disabilities; Health care access; Children and families; Employment and job training, and much more

Visit http://www.impactinc.org/ for a full menu of services.


Interfaith Senior Programs Waukesha

Providing volunteer assistance for older adults to help them live independent lives.
210 NW Barstow Street, Suite 101
Waukesha, WI 53188

Phone: 262-549-3348

Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m



Medical Services (Clinics)

Eagles Wing Free Clinic
225 Eagle Lake Avenue
Mukwonago, WI 53149
Phone: 262-385-9211


Clinic hours
Thursday 5:00 to 8:00pm



Muskego Food Pantry
P.O. Box 231
W189 S8184 Mercury Dr.
Muskego, WI 53150
Phone: 262-679-6448

Email
 
Hours
Every Thursday: Donations 9am – noon; Open to the Public: 1 – 6 pm
1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month: 9 am – noon
Arrangements can also be made for pick up/drop off of donations if you call ahead




Senior Meals
Muskego City Hall is one of the sites offering meals as part of the Waukesha County Nutrition program. The 11:45 a.m. meal is served on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. A confidential donation of $4 is suggested, but no one will be denied a meal based on their ability to donate.

Reservations: 262-548-7826 (Department of Senior Services)
Reservations must be made at least a day in advance




Senior Transportation

Muskego Senior Taxi
Providing low-cost rides for seniors in the Muskego area (offices located in Muskego Regency Senior Community)
Phone: 262-679-4754



Rideline
The Ride Line Program is available to Waukesha County residents who are non/limited-drivers and 65 years of age or older, or under 65 years of age and users of a cane, crutches, walker, wheelchair, scooter, or legally blind. Individuals must be unable to enter or exit a car with little or no assistance. If a certified person is ambulatory and the trip is not in a taxi provider's service area, the person may use the RideLine program.

Individuals must complete an
Application, which includes a Fare Determination Form, and be certified by the Aging and Disability Resource Center before using the program. If the taxi program does not serve the area in which a trip is to be made, an individual may be eligible for RideLine Service and should complete the full application. For ambulatory individuals, the full application will also provide Taxi access as it is available.



Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services
Providing assistance for families, children, public and mental health, aging and disabled and more. Visit the site for information on specific programs and contacts.