Rep. Mason meets with constituents outside the Capitol, February 2011
Serving the needs of my constituents is my number one priority. If you are experiencing difficulties or have questions about a state agency I would be happy to assist you.
As your State Representative, I want to make sure that you have the best access to state government.
I invite you to contact my office with your questions, comments, and concerns toll-free at
I have also provided a list of helpful links below. However, if you need assistance, please give my office a call & we would be happy to help you.
Senior Care SeniorCare
is a prescription drug assistance program for Wisconsin residents who are 65 years of age or older who meet the eligibility criteria. The program is designed to help seniors with their prescription drug costs. Those interested may apply at any time. The Department of Health Services (DHS) administers the SeniorCare program. To be eligible for SeniorCare:
- You must be a Wisconsin resident.
- You must be 65 years of age or older.
- You must pay a $30 annual enrollment fee per person.
- Your assets, such as bank accounts, insurance policies, home property, etc., are not counted.
- Your annual income determines the level of coverage.
Call 1-800-657-2038 for further information.
Wisconsin state Department of Health Services (DHS) offers additional services and resources for the elderly, please click here.
Resources for Unemployed Individuals
Online job search assistance
is available at www.JobCenterofWisconsin.com
where you can post your resume and search for new job opportunities. The website currently has over 19,000 job openings listed. Individuals can check their eligibility for state-funded support programs
and apply for some of these programs at www.access.wisconsin.gov
. For information on local support services you may call 211. (It is only three digits, like 911.)
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services provides many programs that assist families and individuals with food and provide health care coverage, such as FoodShare, Women Infants and Children (WIC), and BadgerCare Plus.
Information about these programs and others can be found at http://dhs.wisconsin.gov/programs.htm
or by contacting (888) 794-5820.
The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families works with local providers to help children and families with services such as emergency assistance, job access loans, and Wisconsin Works (W-2)
. A list of W-2 agencies can be found at www.dcf.wisconsin.gov/w2/apply_for_services.htm
The Wisconsin Community Action Program (CAP) has 16 locations throughout the state and assists low-income households with job training, housing assistance and other programs
. Contact information for CAP agencies can be found at www.wiscap.org/map.htm