Local and Support Resources

Included on this site is information about local resources available to families in our community. This is not an exhaustive list. 

For even more resources, dial 2-1-1 or visit 211wisconsin.org.
Emergency numbers:

Emergency numbers

In case of an emergency, CALL 911.

Other emergency and 24/7 help numbers:

Contact Info for SPASD Student Services Staff

Sun Prairie Area School District Contact Info

Click HERE for Sun Prairie Student Services Staff: School Counselors, Social Workers, & Psychologists. 

Staff answer contacts during school days/hours. If this is a Crisis, call 911 or see the crisis/emergency numbers. 

Food Resources in Sun Prairie

Food Resources in Sun Prairie 

Sun Prairie Emergency Food Pantry

  • 18 Rickel Rd, Sun Prairie
  • Hours of operation:
    • Mon/Wed/Fri 12:00pm - 3:00pm
    • Tues/Thurs 5:00pm-7:00pm
    • Saturday 9:00am-11:00am
  • Individuals can use the pantry every 2 weeks, personal care items also available
  • For more info, call 608-478-0510 or visit their website

Sunshine Supper

  • Free meals every Monday night from 5:00-6:00 PM. They are currently operating as a Drive-Thru. 
  • Pick up your meals at 1632 W. Main St. Meals will be brought to your car. Enter the parking lot off Hart Road (behind the building) & then drive up.
  • View the weekly menu online


Dane County Job Center (1819 Aberg Ave, Madison)

  • Job service assistance is available for help with job center registration, resumes, cover letters, job applications and unemployment benefits. 
  • Open 8:00 AM - 4:20 PM, Monday - Friday
  • Walk-In Resource Room & Job Search Services - Room 7
  • Call (608) 405-4400 or create a Job Center online account for remote assistance

Wisconsin Job Network

  • Online job search
  • Resume and interview resources

Urban League

  • Career assessment, training, coaching, and placement services
  • Connections to employers through our preferred network of business partners. 
  • Complete an application and a career specialist will contact you to schedule a meeting to discuss career goals. 
  • Call (608) 729-1200

CareerScape, Operation FreshStart (Ages 18-24)

  • Career counseling and career readiness training for young adults. 
  • Click HERE to have someone contact you. 


UW Extension Financial Education 

  • Free educational resources about managing your personal finances.
  • Money Matters modules include information about health insurance, building/maintaining credit, and retirement.


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