Birth to 3 Program: Contact Us

In Wisconsin, each county is responsible for providing Birth to 3 services to eligible children and their families. There are three type of contacts:

Primary Point of Referral: Responsible for all referrals into the county program and would be contacted about the intake process and the services available through the county Birth to 3 Program.

Program Coordinator: 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: Responsible for the overall management and administration of the county Birth to 3 Program and would be contacted about fiscal and contract issues.

Use the drop down box below to view the county Birth to 3 contacts including Primary Point of Referral, Program Coordinator, and Administrative Contact.

If  you do not know what county a Wisconsin municipality is located in, please see this list of Wisconsin municipalities (PDF).

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 four regions, P00996 (PDF). Each region has a designated children and family program specialist responsible for the oversight and supervision of their specific region.

Please see the Outreach at a Glance for Counties (PDF) guide for information on scheduled contacts between local programs and DHS.

Use the County dropdown filter to select your area and click Locate to see results
Last Revised: March 31, 2021