American Rescue Plan Act: No Wrong Door – Supporting Kids Together

When a family first discovers their child has differing abilities or special health care needs, figuring out what to do first and where to get support may seem daunting. Wisconsin’s wide variety of programs—each with its own criteria and processes to access services—can be confusing. Families with children who have special needs deserve an easier way to navigate the system and get help from community health care resources.

A simplified journey for families: Wisconsin Wayfinder

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Previously known as the No Wrong Door project, Wisconsin Wayfinder supports families at that crucial time following a child’s initial diagnosis, when a specific need is first identified, and throughout the years as the child grows and their needs change. We want to make sure that no matter where, when, or how a family reaches out, they will be able to connect to the resources they need to thrive. 

Wisconsin Wayfinder supports families of children with delays, disabilities, special health care needs, and mental health conditions. Children’s resource guides are helpers who assist families, caregivers, professionals, and organizations in finding a wide array of supports and services available through the Children’s Resource Network. Their services are free and confidential. Connect with a children's resource guide. Call (877) WiscWay or use our contact form.

Talk with a children's resource guide on the phone.

Call (877) WiscWay (877-947-2929).

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Last revised November 8, 2023