FoodShare Program Changes
On April 1, 2015, FoodShare program rules will be changing statewide. Certain adults between the ages of 18 through 49 with no minor children in their home may now need to meet a work requirement or meet an exemption to continue getting FoodShare benefits. The work requirement rules will affect members who have a renewal or apply for FoodShare benefits on and after April 1, 2015. Learn more about FSET and the new program rules.
To see if you may be able to enroll or to apply online, go to ACCESS.wi.gov.
This page is a quick way to find forms and publications that you may need. Click on the name of the program below for which you need more information.
Family Planning Only Services Forms and Publications
FoodShare Wisconsin Forms and Publications
FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) Forms and Publications
BadgerCare Plus Forms and Publications
Medicaid Forms and Publications
Caretaker Supplement Forms and Publications
SeniorCare Forms and Publications
To see if you may be able to enroll or to apply for these programs go to ACCESS.wi.gov.
Agency Directory — To find the telephone number and address of your local county or tribal agency. Customers seeking policy clarification should contact the agency in their county.
Contact a Disability Benefit Specialist or Benefit Specialist at your local Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) or County Aging Office or call 1-800-362-3002.
Employment Verification of Earnings Form F-10146 (DOC, 75 KB)
Information about renewing your benefits.
Fair Hearing Request
To request a hearing if you don't agree with a decision about your benefits.
Fair Hearing Voluntary Withdrawal (PDF, 10 KB)
Find a provider
If you need to find a ForwardHealth (Medicaid/BadgerCare Plus) provider in your area.
Key Contacts P-16108 (PDF, 64 KB)
To get common telephone numbers and web links.
Income Limits - Current Income limits for Wisconsin's health care and FoodShare programs
Legal Services - To find the name and telephone number of who in your area can provide you with legal help. You may also go to:
- Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc. web site at http://www.legalaction.org/, or
- The Wisconsin Judicare, Inc. web site at www.judicare.org/.
Disability Rights of Wisconsin — Disability Rights Wisconsin is a private non profit organization which helps people across Wisconsin gain access to services and opportunity through its advocacy and legal expertise.