Welcome to the Racine Kenosha Community Action Agency
RKCAA has been providing a broad array of anti-poverty services in Racine and Kenosha counties since 1967 under the guidance of a Board of Directors comprised of representatives from government, the private sector and the low-income community.
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For ResCare Emergency Assistance please call 262-637-9774
Through a grant with the Covering Kids and Families organization, the Racine Kenosha Community Action Agency has hired two Healthcare Navigators. One Navigator will be responsible for Racine and Kenosha counties while the other will concentrate her efforts in Walworth and Rock counties.
The purpose of the Navigator is to provide information and education to the community about the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) and to provide assistance to consumers and organizations working with individuals interested in enrolling in an Insurance Marketplace plan.
The Racine/Kenosha Navigator will be available by appointment at the Racine Community Action office as well as at various sites throughout Racine and Kenosha counties. The Walworth/Rock Navigator will be based in Janesville but will be available for appointments throughout Walworth and Rock counties.
If you or someone you know has questions about how the Affordable Care Act can help you or if you’re interested in enrolling and need some help, you may reach the Navigators at the following numbers:
Racine/Kenosha: (262) 637-8377, ext.114.
bdanculovich AT rkcaa.org
Walworth/Rock: (262) 902-8572
kduschene AT rkcaa.org
Kenosha County Community Food Security
10 Things You Can Do Now!
1. Stay connected to the effort – fill out the Interest Card
2. View the movie A Place at the Table
3. Donate to local food pantries. Emergency Services Network
4. Go to www.takepart.com/table
5. Read A Place at the Table: The Crisis of 49 Million Hunger Americans and How to Solve It. Ed. Peter Pringle. (Los Angeles: Participant Media, 2013)
Information about the book can be found here
6. Find local volunteer opportunities at GetConnected
7. Encourage physical activity in your family
8. Work with local schools to support food security efforts
9. Read The Grocery Gap: Who Has Access to Healthy Food and Why It Matters by Sarah Treuhaft & Allison Karpyn - Download PDF
10. Download a copy of the Kenosha County Community Food Security Snapshot 2013 and share with others. (10MB)
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Two community needs assessments were carried out by the Planning Council for Health and
Human Services, Inc., in spring of 2010 to assist RKCAA in its mission to enable low-income
individuals, in rural and urban areas, to attain the skills, knowledge and motivation to achieve
Please join us as we welcome warmer weather with some springtime fun & activities!
WIC promotes and supports breastfeeding as the ideal method of feeding and nurturing infants! Research has shown that there is no better food than breast milk for the baby's first year of life
The Rent Smart curriculum was developed by staff from the University of Wisconsin-Extension in coordination with the Wisconsin Apartment Association, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection, the Tenant Resource Center, the Apartment Association of Southeast Wisconsin, and other housing and tenant support groups.
Kenosha County Health Department Wellness Center at the RKCAA Kenosha site.