United Migrant Opportunity Services, Inc.

UMOS, a non-profit advocacy organization, provides programs and services which improve the employment, educational, health and housing opportunities of under-served populations.

Today, UMOS offers diverse programs and services to diverse populations. UMOS’ mission is to provide programs and services which improve the employment, education, health, and housing opportunities of under-served populations. Currently UMOS operates programs to assist low-income individuals and families as they gain economic self-sufficiency. In 2007, more than $46 million in grant funds from federal, state, and local sources supported these programs.

Programs and services provided by UMOS are divided into four major categories: workforce development, child development, education and social services, which include housing, health promotions and domestic violence supportive services. In addition to these programs, UMOS sponsors and organizes a number of cultural and community events in Wisconsin.

Programs / Services

This is a general overview of the services provided by this CAA. Please contact the agency directly for more information on the programs they offer in your county.

  • Education/Skills Enhancement
  • Adult Literacy Skills
  • Skills Enhancement Program
  • Financial Literacy Education
  • Employment Training
  • Economic/Business Development
  • Business Development
  • Food Security/Environmental
  • Emergency Food Assistance
  • Housing
  • Transitional Housing/Homeless Shelters
  • Rental Property Mgmt/Development
  • Homeownership Programs
  • Headstart/Child Development
  • Parenting/Family Support
  • Childcare Provision/Assistance/Referrals
  • Clothing Assistance
  • Fatherhood Initiative
  • Physical/Mental Health
  • Women’s Health
  • AODA/Mental Health
  • Dental Programs
  • Refugee/Migrant Services
  • Tax Preparation Assistance