The continued impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) within our region reminds us of our collective responsibility to our families, colleagues, neighbors and all community members. As an organization dedicated to the health and well-being of our community, we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and taking steps to minimize the impact of an outbreak.
You can call United Way’s 2-1-1 helpline 24/7 with questions or concerns about COVID-19.
We encourage everyone to read the recommendations from the Wisconsin Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control for reducing the risk of COVID-19 infection for yourselves and others. Door County COVID19 Virus Updates can be found here.
Additionally, United Way will keep you up-to-date on servcies and cancellations in our area. We strive to have information posted from our partners and community regarding their services and websites links and will provide updates as necessary.
For information specific to your needs, please CLICK ON the link below:
DOOR COUNTY COMMUNITY RESOURCES
This is a rapidly changing situation. Please regularly check this page.
UNITED WE WIN
Our community is stronger when we LIVE UNITED, and together we can support each other through the challenges and implications of a COVID-19 outbreak.
We are working to keep this information up-to-date, the following links may also offer additional useful information
In an effort to provide a coordinated philanthropic response to the current COVID-19 health crisis, the Door County Community Foundation and the United Way of Door County have activated the Door County Emergency Response Fund.
Internet Resources / Utility Service Help during COVID 19
CROSSROADS HAS WiFi !
Provided people practice social distancing, they are welcome to use the Collins Learning Center Porch, Bird and Butterfly Garden or the parking lot for Internet access. password: Crossroads Guest. All trails are open and, as always, free of charge.
Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers - Executive Orders