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Aging & Disability Resources
  - Medicare Health Care
ADRC Your Unbiased Medicare Expert
Medicare is complicated.  ADRC staff and specially trained volunteers are here to answer your questions and take the mystery out of Medicare.
  - Purple Angel - Dementia Friendly Business Training
Training businesses and organizations in our community how to recognize, communicate with, and create a more welcoming place for people with dementia and their caregivers.
Children & Youth
  - Make a Child Support Payment Online
Ways to make a child support payment
  - Marriage Certificate
Statewide issuance of vital records allows any Register of Deeds office in the State of Wisconsin to issue Marriage certificates from all Wisconsin counties from October 1, 1907 to present.
  - Marriage License - Apply for a Marriage License
Marriage License Information
  - Medical Examiner's Office
The mission of the Brown County Medical Examiner’s Office is to establish the identity of human remains, to provide accurate certification of the cause and manner of death, and to identify, document, and interpret forensic scientific information for use in the investigation of violent, suspicious, and sudden unexpected deaths and in criminal and civil legal proceedings.

The agency is committed to the dignified and compassionate performance of these duties with impartiality and the highest level of professionalism in the service of the citizens of Brown County and its medical and legal communities.
  - Medication Disposal
Local law enforcement agencies collect medication to assure it is disposed of properly. This prevents theft, accidental poisoning of children and pets, and protects the environment. Individuals are asked to bring medication to the nearest collection site.

To find a drug take-back location near you, click on the following link for the Wisconsin Department of Justice website: or check the list below. If you are unable to find a permanent drug take-back location near you, contact your local police department.
  - Neville Public Museum Collections Department
The Collections Department is the door to all of the materials held by the Museum. Our community's efforts since 1915 have resulted in the assembly of an outstanding collection of artifacts, photographs, and documents. The Museum uses these historical items to educate visitors about universal cultural diversity. This collection has grown to embrace nearly one million objects that reflect the heritage of many different cultural communities, the natural sciences, and the artistic expressions of various times and peoples.
  - Neville Public Museum Digital Photograph Collection
Historic images created from and reflective of local lives, make the photograph collection one of the Neville Public Museum's strongest assets.
A hallmark of this collection is a group of over one million negatives taken for the Green Bay Press-Gazette from 1950-1980. Over 100,000 prints and cased images complement several special collections of works by local photographers.
  - Neville Public Museum Educational Tours and Programs
During your visit you will spend time with a tour guide who will share some of the highlights of our current special exhibits, participate in an educational program of your choosing that takes place in our classroom space, and have self-guided time to explore the exhibits in smaller groups.  Each of these components will last about 45 minutes, for a total of experience of about 2 hours.  You may also reserve space to eat lunch for an additional 30 minutes.
  - Neville Public Museum Exhibits
Exhibits are designed to best reflect the Neville Public Museum’s collections and meet the community’s educational and creative needs.
  - Neville Public Museum Facility Rental
The Neville offers use of its meeting rooms, Neville Theater, and Mezzanine for weddings, birthday parties, bridal and baby showers, family and class reunions, corporate events, recitals, and more. Wireless internet is available throughout the museum.
  - Northeastern Wisconsin Housing CDBG Loan Program
 Provides zero-percent deferred loan payment housing rehabilitation loan and down payment assistance. 
  - Online Payments
Pay your licensing fees and lab service costs.  
  - Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) Assessments
How to complete an alcohol assessment and driver safety plan after being convicted of Operating While Intoxicated (OWI)
  - Order Copies of Real Estate Documents
The Brown County Register of Deeds has real estate copies of documents recorded or filed for property located in Brown County only.

There are three options available to purchase real estate documents: In Person, Online or Mail.
  - Passports - U.S.
Apply for a U.S. Passport
  - Payee Services
Help managing money is available for persons receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  - Permits
County Highway Permitting Services
  - Prescription Drug Collection
The Sheriff's Office provides a place to turn over any old or unwanted prescription drugs in your home. 
  - Prevention and Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Abuse (ATODA)
Brown County Public Health has several collaborated programs committed to bring ATODA education, prevention, and intervention to our community. These programs are detailed throughout the ATODA webpage. If you would like to learn more, become involved, please feel free to contact one of the below staff members.
  - Property Fraud Alert
Property Fraud Alert is a free on-line service that alerts subscribers against the possibilities of fraudulent activity being committed against their property.
  - Property Tax Payment
Click this link to make an Online Property Tax Payment.

Click this link for Online Instructions
  - Provider Resources
Commonly used forms and links for providers including reporting forms
  - Psychiatric Services
We offer psychiatric services for adult Brown County residents who are generally unable to be served elsewhere.