Fox River Industries is a part of Green Lake County Department of Health and Human Services. Located in Berlin, Wisconsin, we provide work and vocational training primarily to developmentally disabled persons residing in Green Lake County. At Fox River Industries, we provide outstanding consumer services on a daily basis in our Production, Adult Day Services, Supported Employment, and Transportation Services units. While the primary target population is adults with developmental disabilities, Fox River Industries also serves individuals with chronic mental illness, W-2 participants, and juveniles. Fox River Industries has a staff of 15 members that serve four program areas.

Fox River Industries provides services to individuals with disabilities, offering them the opportunity to learn and grow to their fullest potential, to achieve their dreams, and to live and work in their home community as independently as possible.

Bahn, Penny
Brantley, Dawn
Services Coordinator
Haanen, Nancy
Supported Employment Coord
Jacobson, Jayne
Program Aide
Schuh, Ed
Stobbe, Cindy
Community Residential Services Aide
Voeltner, Becky
Production Supervisor
Ed is available to answer any questions about the program or will be able to direct you to the correct staff that can answer your questions. Penny, with 30+ years of experience is also a great reference for getting your needs met.

Staff contact:
Ed Schuh - Manager

Penny Bahn - Secretary

The Day Service Program and its staff are responsible for providing skill based training to those we serve in the community and at our Fox River Industries location. This program provides a variety of services including community outings, assisting with volunteering in the community, educational opportunities, exercise and physical therapy, along with taking care of personal care needs and daily skills training. In this program we are often dealing with challenging behaviors. We have made environmental changes along with creating extensive behavioral support programs for those who need them to minimize and prevent aggression. We have been striving to serve everyone who is interested in our services in some form whether thru an education class or in accessing the community. All questions and concerns about this program should be directed to Dawn. Dawn also fields all calls about the workshop, Individual Program Plans, schedules, community outings, absences, and transportation needs.
Staff contact:
Dawn Brantley - Services Coordinator

Dallas Lewallen - Teacher

There are three production groups in the workshop, each of which is each supervised by one production/program aide. Becky oversees these areas and communicates with all of our sub-contract agencies. Our production department specializes in light manufacturing, assembly, and packaging services. They also produce "A Squirrel's Dozen", our own brand of quality squirrel feed, packaged in a double-sealed, vented 6.5 lb bag and sold to retailers in Wisconsin and surrounding states.
Staff contact:
Becky Voeltner - Production Manager
This program is responsible for assisting anyone interested in obtaining or maintaining employment in the community with gaining the necessary skills to work towards their vocational goals. They strive to find, obtain, and maintain jobs, along with creating the perfect job placement for those interested. There are many variables to think about to include personalities, strengths and weaknesses, needs, transportation, availability, and non-work day supervision. These ladies work closely with the employer, DVR, others support systems, FRI staff, and the job center to find the perfect site that will match the skills available to the job available. Any supported employment questions or concerns should be directed to Nancy.
Staff contact:
Nancy Haanen - Supported Employment Coordinator
Jayne Jacobson - Program Aide
Fox River Industries provides daily transportation for elderly and disabled employees in the Green Lake County area with Human Service vehicles provided through Disabilities Services, Inc. These vehicles are also made available for community use at competitive rates for those interested in providing transportation services to elderly and disabled residents of Green Lake County. All questions and concerns regarding our vehicles and/or transportation service should be directed to the manager.
Staff contact:
Ed Schuh - Manager

Notifying the Public of Rights Under Title VI
Disabilities Services Inc.

Disabilities Services Inc. operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with the Disabilities Services Inc.

For more information on Disabilities Services Inc. civil rights program, and the procedures to file a complaint, contact 920-361-3484, email; or visit our administrative office at 222 Leffert Street Berlin, WI 54923.

A complainant may file a complaint directly with the Federal Transit Administration by filing a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights, Attention: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th Floor-TCR, 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE Washington, DC, 20590.

If information is needed in another language, contact 920-361-3484.
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