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Our Programs

  • Sauk Prairie CARE Recovery
    May 28, 2016 / Comments Off on Sauk Prairie CARE Recovery / Uncategorized

    Community Activated Recovery Enhancement (CARE) assists individuals to abstain from using alcohol and opioids by using the non-addictive medically assisted treatment medication called Vivitrol. CARE is an integrated system putting each individual at the center of their treatment, which empowers the individual to make better life choices. What makes the St. Vincent de Paul CARE
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  • Dental Clinic
    March 22, 2016 / Comments Off on Dental Clinic / Uncategorized

    The St. Vincent de Paul Dental Clinic located in Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin is ready to serve the public with low cost dental hygiene services. The program provides discounted dental services (sliding scale, which starts at 50% of usual and customary charges) to qualified, uninsured and under insured clients. Medicaid and Badger Care clients are accepted.
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  • Neighborhood Based Assistance
    March 22, 2016 / Comments Off on Neighborhood Based Assistance / Uncategorized

    Members of St. Vincent de Paul are men and women who strive to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person assistance to individuals in need. Our members come from many different cultural backgrounds, age groups, and economic levels. Some are wealthy, some are financially poor, but all of us are blessed with an awareness that our time
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  • John Adams Recovery Home
    May 28, 2016 / Comments Off on John Adams Recovery Home / Uncategorized

    The John Adams House is located in Sauk City, Wisconsin. It is open to women who are committed to sobriety. The home is equipped with all the amenities necessary to rebuild healthy productive lives. Requirements Make a commitment to stay clean and sober one day at a time. Attend counseling, medical, and house meetings and
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  • Medical Loan Closet
    May 28, 2016 / Comments Off on Medical Loan Closet / Uncategorized

    The purpose of the Medical Loan Closet is to provide temporary assistance to individuals in need of medical equipment when other sources are unavailable. A variety of items are offered at no cost for use during your home recovery. Due to limited equipment, use is restricted to 3 months, and clients requesting items need to
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  • Baby Layette Program
    May 28, 2016 / Comments Off on Baby Layette Program / Uncategorized

    New mothers in Sauk and Columbia counties who are in circumstances that prevent them from affording items needed for the first months of infant care are provided with a gift layette containing diapers, baby clothes, blankets, and bathing items. Save Save Save Save

  • Caring Tree Program
    March 21, 2016 / Comments Off on Caring Tree Program / Uncategorized

    Sauk Prairie Caring Tree Program is entering its 19th year! Businesses and organizations along with residents in the Sauk Prairie community are invited to become an integral part of this project. Instead of area Churches, schools, businesses and service clubs working independently to reach individuals and families in need of assistance during the holiday season,
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  • School Supply Program
    March 21, 2016 / Comments Off on School Supply Program / Uncategorized

    This program is for children whose families can’t afford to purchase school supplies for classroom studies. General packs are made up according to the student’s school supply list for the current school year. Save Save Save Download 2017 School Supply Application View My Neighbor in Need for a Clothing Program Save Save Save

  • Food Pantry
    May 28, 2016 / Comments Off on Food Pantry / Uncategorized

    St. Vincent has their own Food Pantry which is given out to clients in an emergency situation & offered to clients they are assisting with rent, utilities & other needs. Depending on family size families receive approximately 3 weeks of non-perishable food items along with frozen food items, personal hygiene items, paper good products &
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  • My Neighbor in Need
    March 22, 2016 / Comments Off on My Neighbor in Need / Uncategorized

    “My Neighbor in Need” is simply a group of caring individuals and volunteers from the community who wish to try and help their neighbor in need. The operational start-up costs were provided by a generous sponsorship from St. Vincent de Paul of Prairie du Sac. St. Vincent de Paul, along with a group of dedicated
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