ACCESS Wisconsin

ACCESS connects you with the help you need when you need it. Need help getting health care coverage, paying forgroceries or child care costs, finding a job, or building your career skills?

 With ACCESS, you can apply for and manage your state of Wisconsin benefits and programs in one place, at any time.

BadgerCare

BadgerCare Plus is a health care coverage program for low-income Wisconsin residents. Recipients receive a Forward Health card similar to an insurance card that they present to the medical provider.

For low-income families and individuals that meet financial and non-financial eligibility criteria.

Covering Wisconsin

Support for Wisconsin residents in choosing, paying for, renewing, and accessing healthcare. Assistance applying for BadgerCare Plus, Medicaid, Medicare, or Healthcare.gov coverage.

HMO Member Services

This service provides information regarding the Medicaid programs that are available through the Department of Health and Family Services.  An HMO specialist will be able to answer questions regarding HMO's, Medicaid and Forward Cards.

Medicaid/BadgerCare recipients

Journey Mental Health Center

Offers  mental health and substance abuse services to individuals across their life  span. They also offer a Driver’s License Assessment Program for people  needing to have their driving privileges reinstated. To Schedule an  Appointment: 608-280-2720

Customer Service Line
608-280-2600
General Information
608-280-2700
49 Kessel Ct, Madison, WI 53711

Medical Assistance

The Medical Assistance (MA) program pays for medical costs for low income individuals who meet financial and non-financial eligibility criteria. Costs must be approved by the MA program. Customers receive Forward Health Cards similar to insurance cards that they present to the medical provider. BadgerCare Plus is part of the Medical Assistance Program.

Low income individuals that meet financial and non-financial eligibility criteria.
Capital Consortium Call Center
888-794-5556
Dane County Job Center, 1819 Aberg Ave. Madison, WI 53704

Medical Assistance Purchase Plan (MAPP)

MAPP is part of the Medical Assistance (MA) program, which pays for medical costs for individuals determined to be disabled by the Disability Determination Bureau or elderly (over age 65) who are also working part-time. Customers receive Forward Health cards similar to insurance cards that they present to the medical provider.

Individuals determined disabled by the Disability Determination Bureau or elderly (over age 65) who are also working part-time.
Capital Consortium Call Center
888-794-5556
Dane County Job Center, 1819 Aberg Ave. Madison, WI 53704

RISE

RISE advances the wellness of children, individuals, and families by providing early childhood and mental health services to help community and family thrive. RISE houses The Respite Center which provides emergency child care and respite for children ages 0-14, parent support, and crisis counseling 7 days a week. In addition to quality child care, the Respite Center helps parents and caregivers access important resources to help support and stabilize their family. RISE offers other Children Come First mental health programs for hospital diversion, stabilization, and crisis programs

Children ages 0-4K and their families
1334 Dewey Ct., Madison, WI 53703 and 2120 Fordem Ave., Madison, WI 53703

ACCESS Wisconsin

ACCESS connects you with the help you need when you need it. Need help getting health care coverage, paying forgroceries or child care costs, finding a job, or building your career skills?

 With ACCESS, you can apply for and manage your state of Wisconsin benefits and programs in one place, at any time.

BadgerCare

BadgerCare Plus is a health care coverage program for low-income Wisconsin residents. Recipients receive a Forward Health card similar to an insurance card that they present to the medical provider.

For low-income families and individuals that meet financial and non-financial eligibility criteria.

Covering Wisconsin

Support for Wisconsin residents in choosing, paying for, renewing, and accessing healthcare. Assistance applying for BadgerCare Plus, Medicaid, Medicare, or Healthcare.gov coverage.

HMO Member Services

This service provides information regarding the Medicaid programs that are available through the Department of Health and Family Services.  An HMO specialist will be able to answer questions regarding HMO's, Medicaid and Forward Cards.

Medicaid/BadgerCare recipients

Journey Mental Health Center

Offers  mental health and substance abuse services to individuals across their life  span. They also offer a Driver’s License Assessment Program for people  needing to have their driving privileges reinstated. To Schedule an  Appointment: 608-280-2720

Customer Service Line
608-280-2600
General Information
608-280-2700
49 Kessel Ct, Madison, WI 53711

Medical Assistance

The Medical Assistance (MA) program pays for medical costs for low income individuals who meet financial and non-financial eligibility criteria. Costs must be approved by the MA program. Customers receive Forward Health Cards similar to insurance cards that they present to the medical provider. BadgerCare Plus is part of the Medical Assistance Program.

Low income individuals that meet financial and non-financial eligibility criteria.
Capital Consortium Call Center
888-794-5556
Dane County Job Center, 1819 Aberg Ave. Madison, WI 53704

Medical Assistance Purchase Plan (MAPP)

MAPP is part of the Medical Assistance (MA) program, which pays for medical costs for individuals determined to be disabled by the Disability Determination Bureau or elderly (over age 65) who are also working part-time. Customers receive Forward Health cards similar to insurance cards that they present to the medical provider.

Individuals determined disabled by the Disability Determination Bureau or elderly (over age 65) who are also working part-time.
Capital Consortium Call Center
888-794-5556
Dane County Job Center, 1819 Aberg Ave. Madison, WI 53704

RISE

RISE advances the wellness of children, individuals, and families by providing early childhood and mental health services to help community and family thrive. RISE houses The Respite Center which provides emergency child care and respite for children ages 0-14, parent support, and crisis counseling 7 days a week. In addition to quality child care, the Respite Center helps parents and caregivers access important resources to help support and stabilize their family. RISE offers other Children Come First mental health programs for hospital diversion, stabilization, and crisis programs

Children ages 0-4K and their families
1334 Dewey Ct., Madison, WI 53703 and 2120 Fordem Ave., Madison, WI 53703