Wish List

HealthNet always is in need of office and clinical supplies. Below is a list of our continuing needs:

Ongoing Needs
  • Current & Expired Medications
  • Diabetic Supplies (Test Strips) & Insulin
  • Incontinence Wear
  • Pen Needles
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Garbage Bags
  • Paper Products
  • Copy Paper
  • Post Its
  • Legal Pads
  • File Folders
  • Coloring Books
  • Colored Pencils
  • Small Toys
  • Bus Tokens (for Janesville and Beloit Transit Systems)
  • Gas Cards
Other Clinic Supplies
  • Gauze/Bandages
  • Pill Bottles/Organizers
  • Toothpaste/Floss
  • Nutrition Shakes
  • Small Equipment (Canes, Walkers)
Due to the influx of donations and our limited storage, we respectively cannot accept the following donations:
  • Liquids not listed above
  • Power wheelchairs
  • Hospital beds/Equipment
  • Colostomy pouches
  • Narcotics/Opioids
  • Feeding tubes/supplies
  • CPAP Machines
  • Home Furnishings
  • Clothing and personal items

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Your donations help the many patients who depend on HealthNet for their well-being. Regardless of the size of your contribution or the motivation behind it, we are grateful for your gift!

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Tax deductible contributions can be mailed to our clinic:

HealthNet of Rock County, Inc.
23 W. Milwaukee Street Suite 201
Janesville, WI 53548

Purchase tickets to an upcoming event

2018 Southern Wisconsin Conference on Mental Health

Southern Wisconsin Conference on Mental Health

September 24 - 8:00 am - 3:30 pm   

Join us for an event focused on mental health

On September 24th, 2018, HealthNet is hosting the 3rd Annual Southern Wisconsin Conference on Mental Health. HealthNet of Rock County, Inc. is a free medical, dental, and vision clinic providing services to low-income, uninsured Rock County residents since 1994. In response to our region's mental health crisis, we are hosting our second annual conference that provides education and resources to health care providers, caregivers, and stakeholders.  

Featured Guest Speaker for 2018 Conference: Alisa Roth

[caption id="attachment_12408" align="alignright" width="133"]Alisa Roth Alisa Roth (Photo by Matthew Septimus)[/caption] Alisa Roth is a print & radio reporter. Her book about mental illness & and the criminal justice system, "Insane: America’s Criminal Treatment of Mental Illness," is out now from Basic Books. Her work has been broadcast on Marketplace, NPR, and The World; her stories have also appeared in The New York Times, The New York Review of Books, and Gastronomica, among other publications. As a 2014-2015 Soros Justice Fellow, Alisa spent a year investigating the growing role of jails and prisons as our de facto mental healthcare system. She has visited the country’s three largest psychiatric care providers, Rikers Island in New York City, the Cook County Jail in Chicago, and the Los Angeles County Jail in LA, and her research has included dozens of interviews with prisoners and their families, psychiatrists, lawyers, wardens, corrections officers and others.  

Thank you to this year's sponsors

  • Mercyhealth
  • Crossroads Counseling
  • UnityPoint Health - Meriter

Conference Registration 

** This program is approved for 4.5 CEH credits by the National Association of Social Workers, Wisconsin Chapter **