Financial Services & Assistance
CAP is a program designed to provide information about services for people with disabilities and to provide assistance when a person is having difficulty receiving the services to which he or she is entitled.
The Department of Financial Institutions is dedicated to protecting Wisconsin citizens through financial regulation and education. We are committed to ensuring the safety and soundness of Wisconsin financial institutions: protecting the investing public: and enhancing the viability and accessibility of the state’s business record-keeping system.
Provides Hmong cultural information and awareness presentations to schools: agencies: and businesses to promote cross-cultural understanding professional development training is available provide domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy to Hmong families: assistance with accessing housing: have housing units for rent priced below market rents and/or based on income: rice pantry: provides employment services to limited-English speakers and provide youths and elders programming. A fee-for-service interpretation program is also available for providers in need of Hmong language interpreters.
JobNet: Job Scout: and America’s Job Bank – Workshops: word processing resources: internet: phones: and fax machines – GATB: GED/HSED: ESL class information: two-year and four-year college information. Job leads: information for employers and labor market trends – Intensive services for customers needing services over an extended period of time (must meet eligibility criteria) including youth: individuals with disabilities: dislocated workers: veterans: older adults: and adults who meet income guidelines. Career planning assistance: non-traditional career information: and resume and cover letter assistance.
FamilyMeans is headquartered in Stillwater: Minnesota with branch offices located throughout the Twin Cities metro area: southeastern Minnesota: and western Wisconsin.