How to Get Help
To be considered for assistance, a St. Vincent de Paul volunteer will return your call, inquire about your specific need and schedule an in-home visit. Two volunteers will meet with you to understand your needs and identify what, if any assistance or referrals we can best provide.
Assistance may come in the form of food, clothing, household goods, rent, utilities and/or referrals, as appropriate.
Call your local Catholic Church in Waukesha County to reach a St. Vincent de Paul volunteer. Scroll down this page for a complete listing.
St. Vincent de Paul is Not an Emergency Service - If you have an emergency requiring hospital, fire or police resolution, call 911.
You can find other social service agencies in Waukesha Count by dialing 211 (or 262-547-3388). This ‘blended’ helpline has trained Telephone Counselors available 24/7 to provide crisis intervention, emotional support, comprehensive information, and referral telephone support.
Jail Ministry Aftercare Support Help Line
St. Vincent de Paul Waukesha County and ProHealth Care
Community Outreach Nurse Program Partnership
In September, 2011 ProHealth Care announced that it would soon be restructuring and expanding its Parish and Community Outreach Nursing program.
With the old program structure, nurses were assigned to one specific location. In the restructured program, nurses will serve a number of locations, allowing patients greater access to the nurses. By having nurses available at more locations, a greater number of community members will have access to the nurses.
ProHealth Community Outreach nurses serve as health educators, advisors, and advocates for individuals and families within the community. Their daily mission is to keep the community healthy by connecting people who have health problems or concerns to the medical and community resources they need regardless of age, cultural background, gender or financial resources.
As a result of this restructuring, in January 2012, St. Vincent de Paul Waukesha County and ProHealth Care established a partnership. A Community Outreach Nurse will be placed at both the Oconomowoc and Waukesha Thrift Store locations for 8 hours per week. Services include conducting various screenings on site to the general public and provide Vincentian members resources and referrals for patrons we serve who may have healthcare concerns, or healthcare needs.
Free Blood Pressure Screening
Open to the General Public
Waukesha Council office (Sunset Dr.) (Wednesdays)
Please call ahead to verify service. Call 262-544-1850
Oconomowoc Store (Brown St.)
To be announced. Call 262-522-3240
St. Vincent de Paul Conference Groups
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
W314 N7462 Hwy 83, North Lake, 53064
16000 National Ave, New Berlin, 53151
Queen of Apostles
N35 W23360 Capital Dr, Pewaukee, 53072
12801 W. Fairmount Ave, Butler, 53007
N74 W13604 Appleton Ave, Men. Falls, 53051
W280 N2101 Hwy. SS, Pewaukee, 53072
137 Dewey Ave, Fontana, 53125
246 Ottawa Ave. Dousman, 53118
W359 N8512 Brown St., Ocon., 53066
313 Circle Drive, Hartland, 53029
St. Dismas Jail Ministry
S30N24836 Sunset Drive, Waukesha, 53189
18255 W. Capitol Dr., Brookfield, 53045
W220 N6588 Town Line Rd., Men. Falls, 53051
830 County Hwy NN East, Mukwonago, 53149
995 Silver Lake St, Oconomowoc, 53066
St. Joan of Arc
120 Nashotah Rd , Nashotah, 53058
St. John Neumann
2400 Hwy 59, Waukesha, 53189
St. John Vianney
1755 N. Calhoun Rd., Brookfield, 53005
Milwaukee Ave, Big Bend, 53103
818 N. East Ave, Waukesha, 53186
W173 S7743 Westwood Dr,, Muskego, 53150
18000 W. Greenfield Ave, Brookfield, 53045
N89 W16217 Cleveland Ave. Men. Falls, 53051
225 S. Hartwell Ave, Waukesha, 53186
134 Waukesha Road, Eagle, 53119
440 N. Moreland Blvd, Waukesha, 53188