Love, Inc. and our partnering agencies provide a wide variety of social services. With programs offered at our Burlington facility, individuals seeking assistance often find the help they are looking for here.

Love, Inc. Services

  • Adopt-A-Family Christmas Program

    Love, Inc., with the help of the Tri-County Riders, assists low income families have a joyous Christmas. To participate, families must meet our income and residency qualifications.  If you are interested in sponsoring a family this holiday season, please click here to download our form.

  • Case Management

    The social workers at Love, Inc. provide assistance and guidance to our clients enabling them to lead fuller, more productive lives.

  • Client Assistance

    Qualified families are able to receive needed household items and clothing from our stores. In addition, our staff also helps families navigate through the state and county human services systems.

  • Community Service Opportunities

     Love, Inc. works with area high schools and churches to provide opportunities for young people to complete their community services requirements. In addition, hours are also available to individuals needing court ordered community service.

  • Food Pantry

    Families meeting our income and residency requirements receive 3-5 days’ worth of food once every 30 days. To download our food pantry application, please click here.

  • Good Sense Financial Mentoring

    Volunteer mentors work individually with clients to offer financial management advice to help them reach their monetary goals.

  • Iris Paepke Foundation

    A community funded program which provides micro-loans to our clients in need.

  • Mealsite Program

    Churches and community groups provide nutritious dinners to anyone wanting a meal and fellowship. Dinner is served Monday through Friday from 5-6p.m.

  • Medical Supplies

    Donated hospital equipment is available on loan to those in need.

  • Shoes and School Supplies Program

    Each fall, Love, Inc. provides the necessary supplies to disadvantaged area students so they can begin the school year prepared for success.

  • Starfish Mentoring Program

    Working with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the Starfish program matches area youth with caring adults. If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please click here. If you are interested in having your child participate, please click here. For more information, go to the Big Brothers/Big Sisters website:

  • Teacher’s Love

    Teachers from area schools can request needed clothing and supplies for their students.

  • Thanksgiving Baskets

    Through community contributions, Love, Inc. is able to provide an entire Thanksgiving meal to our food pantry clients.

  • Winter Wraps

    Gently used coats are available during the month of October to anyone who needs one for our Wisconsin winters.

  • Sustainable Futures:

    A holistic program which provides extensive case management and assistance to motivated families who wish to break the cycle of dependency.

Our Collaborating Agencies with Offices at Love, Inc.

  • Careers Industries

    Provides meaningful work and volunteer opportunities to adults with developmental disabilities. Careers participants volunteer every Wednesday morning at Love, Inc. For more information about Careers Industries, please visit

  • Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

    Offers individual and family counseling for children, adolescents and parents. They accept most insurance, and offer a sliding scale for the uninsured. To schedule an appointment, please call 262-633-3591.

  • Energy Assistance

    The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) provides assistance for heating costs, electric costs, weatherization and energy crisis situations. To schedule an appointment, please call 262-633-6000.

  • Family Services

    Provides individual and family counseling for the uninsured at Love, Inc. For more information, please call 262-634-2391.

  • Family Smart Kid Friendly Partnership

    Early learning programs are offered for families with children under the age of six. Child resources and parenting education opportunities are provided by appointment. For program schedules click here or for more information contact:



  • Hope Center

    Provides individual counseling on Thursdays to individuals in Western Racine County experiencing homelessness. To learn more, please visit the Hope Center.

  • Narcotics Anonymous

    A 12-step recovery program that offers support to those seeking to end their addiction to drugs. Meetings are Mondays at 6:15 p.m.

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness

    NAMI advocates on behalf and offers support for those suffering from mental illness. Their community outreach coordinator is at Love, Inc. Tuesdays and Fridays 9 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. For more information, visit

  • Racine Vocational Ministry

    RVM has a case manager at Love, Inc. every Wednesday to help individuals find employment. They also offer monthly seminars that work on the soft skills necessary find a job. To make an appointment with the case manager, please call 262-633-8660.

  • Salvation Army

    Love, Inc. is the designated Salvation Army agency for western Racine County. The funds raised through the Red Kettle Holiday Campaign are used by Love, Inc. to provide rent assistance, energy assistance and emergency lodging for our clients. To help support this important fundraiser, please visit to volunteer.

  • Sexual Assault Services

    Offered through Lutheran Social Services, SAS offers counseling, support groups, and legal and medical advocacy for survivors of sexual violence.  They have a 24-hour crisis line -262-637-7233, collect calls accepted. To schedule an appointment at Love, Inc. please call 262-763-6226 ext. 109.

  • Society’s Assets

    Provides services and referrals to senior citizens and people with disabilities. They have an independent living coordinator to meet you on Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. For more information, visit

  • Tax Preparation

    Beginning in January, AARP offers free tax preparation to seniors and low-income families. To schedule an appointment, please call our office 262-763-6226.

  • Transitional Living Center

    TLC operates a homeless shelter for women and children.  Through case management they assist their clients in gaining the skills to live independently. They also manage the Morrow House duplex for families needing transitional shelter. For more information visit

  • Women’s Resource Center

    Provides crisis intervention, advocacy, education and prevention service for victims of domestic violence regardless of gender. WRC can also assist abuse survivors with their Legal Liaison who comes once a week to Love, Inc. In addition, they offer monitored visits and safe exchanges for clients with children. For more information, please visit