GLADC is pleased to announce the publication of an updated Multicultural Resource Guide for 2017-2018. The guide provides information about these valuable resources:
Civic and Advocacy Organizations and Initiatives
Accessing City and Regional Government
Businesses and Services
We hope the guide introduces folks who have lived in the area for awhile to new opportunities, and showcases available resources for newcomers.
The guide is available online, thanks to the work of Sarah Arendt-Beyer at Digisage, who volunteers for the Council doing web design, technical, and marketing support, and GLADC interns Alicia Quinones and Sonia Garcia. Printed versions of the guide are also available thanks to a generous grant from Gundersen Medical Foundation, with additional support from UW-La Crosse’s Office of Multicultural Student Services, Campus Climate Office, and College of Business Administration.
Copies of the GLADC 2017-2018 Multicultural Resource Guide will be available beginning this month throughout the community, in places such as the Public Library, the Three Rivers House of the Ho-Chunk Nation, government offices and many area businesses. If you would like a printed copy of the guide, feel free to download the PDF version in the Resources section of our GLADC website. If you have updates for the online guide, please contact Jodi Vandenberg-Daves at