St. Croix County Website:


Grace Place: (715) 246-1222, located at 505 W 8th Street, New Richmond –

Turning Point: (715) 425-6751, located in River Falls –

ARC – Assistance & Resource Center (River Falls only): (715) 338-0755 –

Hudson Housing Authority: (715) 386-5301, located at 1015 2nd St, Hudson

New Richmond Housing Authority: (715) 246-2130, located at 370 Odanah Ave, New Richmond

River Falls Housing Authority: (715) 425-7640, located at 625 N Main St, River Falls

Woodville Housing Authority: (715) 698-2487, located at 240 Church St, Woodville

Pierce & St. Croix Counties: (715) 265-4271, located at 525 2nd St, Glenwood City

St. Croix Rural Development: (715) 232-2614

Rental Housing List –

The Fair Housing Council – (414) 278-1240 –

Rural Housing – 888-400-5974 –

Foundation for Rural Housing – (608) 238-3448
Helps with Rent, Security Deposit, Mortgage, Utility, Home Repair, Property Taxes, etc.

Tenant Resource Center: (877) 238-7368

Landlord/Tenant Rights Office: (800) 422-7128

Mental Health & Counseling

If you are in immediate crisis, please call, text, or chat:


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, available 24/7

Your call will be routed to the crisis center nearest to your area.  It is available to anyone in emotional distress. 

If you have a mental health provider, please contact his/her office directly for help. If you do not have a mental health provider, please call 911 and ask to speak with a behavioral health worker. You will be connected with a tele-crisis worker.

Adulteen Counseling: Counseling River Falls, Adults, Teens, Families | Adulteen Counseling

St. Croix County Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
St. Croix Services Center 1752 Dorset Lane New Richmond, WI 54017
(800) 372-2333

St. Croix County Behavioral Health Services
St. Croix Services Center 1752 Dorset Lane New Richmond, WI 54017
(715) 246-8255 or (715) 381-4357

St. Croix County Department of Health and Human Services
St. Croix Services Center 1752 Dorset Lane New Richmond, WI 54017
(715) 246-6991

Veterans Service Office
St. Croix Services Center 1752 Dorset Lane New Richmond, WI 54017
(715) 386-4759 or (715) 386-4758

LifeStance Health

131 Carmichael Rd Suite 206, Hudson, WI 54016

(715) 808-0607

Associated Clinic of Psychology – Hudson

2501 Hanley Rd Suite 101, Hudson, WI 54016

(715) 954-5300

Midwest Psychological Services

2201 Jack Breault Drive in, Hudson, WI 54016

(715) 381-1980

Allied Mental Health Specialty Group

1334 Hosford St, Hudson, WI 54016

(715) 808-0795

Nystrom & Associates, Ltd. – Hudson

2501 Hanley Rd Suite 201, Hudson, WI 54016

(534) 544-5247

Northwest Counseling Services

502 2nd St #302, Hudson, WI 54016

(715) 381-1070

Western Wisconsin Health Behavioral Health

1100 Bergslien St, Baldwin, WI 54002

(715) 684-1111

Hudson Hospital and Clinics: Programs for Change

405 Stageline Rd, Hudson, WI 54016

(715) 531-6755

Aging and Disability

St. Croix County Elder Benefits Specialist:  (715) 381-4360

ADRC – Aging & Disability Resource Center: (715) 381-4360 – ADRC Service Directory:

Center for Independent Living: (715) 233-1070 –

Social Security Administration – 800-772-1213 –


Job Center of Wisconsin: Offers job seekers various tools, such as career planning, resume writing, and training/education. Site also includes a job search tool. 

Workforce Resource – (715) 234-6302 –

People Ready Staffing Agency – 715-234-4889

Financial Counseling – (715) 456-4907 –

Family Means – 651-439-4840 | 800-327-3203 –

Legal Services

Free Legal Clinic: 2nd Wednesday of every month from 6:00-7:00pm in the St. Croix County Community Room in the Government Center, Hudson.  First come, first served basis.  Volunteer attorneys will be on hand to answer questions and provide basic information about your legal questions.

Judicare – (800) 472-1638 –
Provides free civil legal services to low-income persons living in Northern Wisconsin and Native Americans statewide.

Legal Online Resources for Self-Represented Parties

Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project (NWLAP) 

Internet Access

Affordable Connectivity Program
Service discount up to $30/month, Service discount up to $75/month on qualifying Tribal lands, Device discount up to $100 for a qualifying device. Eligibility is based on household income. If you, your child or dependent are enrolled in Medicaid, SNAP, WIC, or others, you likely qualify. Go to to apply or click here to see if your current internet provider is participating in the program.

T-Mobile Project 10Million – Free Hotspots & Home Internet to Eligible K-12 Student Families
Project 10Million by T-Mobile is a five-year commitment to help bridge the homework gap and support remote learning by offering free internet and mobile hotspots for 10 million eligible households. Includes free hotspots with 100GBs of mobile data each year for five years, plus access to at-cost laptops and tablets, to 10 million eligible k-12 students. Enrollment is open through August 30, 2024. Go to Free Internet for Students: Project 10Million | T-Mobile to learn more or to apply.

Emergency Broadband Benefit Program
The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program provides a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low-income households. If your household is eligible, you can receive a discount on your monthly service and associated equipment.

Veterans Services

Veteran’s Office – (715) 386-4759

Garske’s Veteran Services – (715) 523-2304 –

Substance Abuse for Veterans: