Birth to 3 Program
Below are links for Birth to 3 contact information for each of the 72 counties:
Primary Point of Referral: Each county has identified a
designated central point of access, a person who handles all referrals into the county program
and can provide general information to parents, other family members, and providers on the
intake process and the services available through the county Birth to 3 Program.
Program Coordinator: The Program Coordinator is responsible for
program development and would be contacted about programmatic issues including local planning,
child find and public awareness activities, interagency agreements, and services offered by the county.
Administrative Contact: The Administrative Contact is responsible for the overall management and administration of
the county Birth to 3 Program and would be contacted about fiscal and contract issues.
Contracted Providers: Each county has a designated network of early intervention providers who provide the
support and services for families with children in the Birth to 3 Program. These providers may be
county staff, contracted agency providers, or private practitioners who work with the county system.
State Birth to 3 Contacts: The Wisconsin Birth to 3 Program is administered through the Department
of Health Services (DHS). The 72 counties are divided among three regions (Southern, Northeast, and
Northwest). Each region has a designated "state lead" responsible for the oversight and supervision
of their specific region.
Last Revised: September 19, 2011