(715) 386-1300

The mission of Operation HELP is to help residents of St. Croix County maintain stable living situations, emotional well-being, and personal dignity when they experience temporary financial hardships.

We’re moving!

Beginning Monday July 8th, 2024 Operation HELP’s Resource Center will be located at:
1830 Hanley Road
(the corner of Hanley and O’Keefe)
The Resource Center will be closed the week of July 1st to complete the move and set up in the new building.  Clients who will become eligible for additional Resource Center items during the closure (gas cards, etc.) may apply for those items during the week of June 24—28. Rent, utility, and car repair assistance applications may continue to be submitted online or by phone during this time.
Hudson Area Backpack and Food Programs will also be located at the new address.


Are you looking for an opportunity to assist individuals and families going through difficult times?

Operation HELP is seeking volunteers who can help at the resource center in Hudson for a minimum of two, 3-hour shifts per month (choose your own schedule).  You will respond to clients needing financial assistance (rent utilities, car repair), vouchers (gas, laundry, clothing), and other amenities (toiletries, diapers, socks and underwear, homeless bags, pet food, etc.).  It’s a great way to get acquainted with other like-minded volunteers and give back to your community.  Operation HELP serves all communities in St. Croix County.

Help us keep our Resource Center stocked with client supplies

Summer’s a busy time for all of us with kids out of school, family vacations, summer sports, camps, community events, etc.  It’s also been a busy time for Operation HELP’s Resource Center where St. Croix County families and individuals come for help with basic necessities.  Inventory of many items is running low.  Diapers are always difficult to keep in stock.  Toiletries like soap, deodorants, tooth paste and brushes, shaving supplies, and feminine hygiene products are always in demand.  Toilet paper and socks and underwear for all ages and genders are also needed.   When times are tight, we often rely on generous in-kind donations collected by local clubs, churches, businesses, workplaces, student groups, families, and even youth sports teams!  If you and your group would like to help, we’ve created an online tip sheet with more information to help you get startedClick here or call our office at (715) 386-1300.


As a result of the assistance we received, we were able to maintain our self-respect and not have to sell our furniture to raise money to pay the rent.


We can help visitors with vouchers, emergency supplies and referrals for support and aid


We can help with rent, utilities and car repairs. Click here for more information about eligibility requirements and information on how to access this support.


Operation HELP is a 501(c)(3) organization and we accept financial donations as well as donations of emergency supplies.


Volunteers have many different roles at Operation HELP.  If you are interested in learning more click the button below.


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