We try to connect you with the assistance, care and concern you need to get you through a crisis.
MOM serves all of the Middleton Cross Plains School District, and the part of the west side of Madison (west of Midvale Blvd and north of the beltline.)
Make an Appointment
For all of our services, please call first to make an appointment.
Eligibility for Food Pantry, Clothing Center, and Housing Assistance Programs
If you live in our service area and are in need of the Food Pantry, help with clothing, housing assistance or any of our seasonal programs, you must meet with one of our case managers at the MOM Main Offices to register. At this meeting, a MOM Case Manager may provide other resources based upon your individual needs.
Eligibility for Seniors Program
In order to be eligible for the Seniors Program, you must live within MOM's Service Area and be 60 or older. There are no income limits.
Please contact the Seniors Program Manager for more information at 608-826-3410.
Frequently Asked Question
What do I need to bring to an appointment?
Please bring proof of your address (a current utility bill or copy of your lease), proof of income (paycheck stubs, Unemployment Compensation, Social Security Statement, child support statement, etc), and identification for yourself and everyone who lives in your household (photo IDs for adults and birth certificates or social security cards for children).
What if I don't have all of the necessary information?
Please speak with a MOM Case Manager for ideas on how to get what is needed.
I lost my ID. Can MOM help me pay for another one?
Potentially, if you are otherwise eligible for MOM services. Speak with a Case Manager for more information.
Can I get a ride?
We only have ride services through the Senior Program.
Can I get a bus ticket out of town (Greyhound, etc.)?
We do not have resources to provide these tickets.
Does MOM help with phone bills?
No, this type of assistance is not available. A Case Manager can discuss other types of assistance that are available.
Can I use the Food Pantry the day of my appointment?
Yes, as long as the Food Pantry is still open that day. Once you see a MOM Case Manager and they say you are eligible, you may begin using the Pantry. MOM's office does have a limited number of emergency food bags available when the Food Pantry is closed.
How may days do I need to wait for an appointment?
We do our best to schedule appointments as quickly as possible. In most cases you are able to get in to see someone within a week.
Other Services in the Community
If we can't provide the assistance you need, these resources may help:
United Way 211 - When you need help and don't know where to turn simply dial 2-1-1 to reach a Community Resource Specialist. They can provide additional resources about jobs, housing, food pantries, shelters and more.
Dane County Coordinated Entry System for Emergency Shelter - 608-826-8019
Salvation Army (Single women and families) - 608-256-2321
Porchlight (Single men) - 608-257-2534
Briarpatch Helpline for homeless youth - 608-251-6211
DAIS - 608-251-1237
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