Emergency Services

Oneida County in conjunction with St. Mary's Hospital and Howard Young Medical Center provides ambulance service to the citizens of Oneida County and its visitors. Oneida County currently owns and operates nine ambulances and one back-up unit. The ambulances are placed in different locations throughout the County. Three ambulances are based out of Howard Young Medical Center and three ambulances are based out of St. Mary's Hospital. Three additional ambulances are located in the Towns of Three Lakes, Sugar Camp and Pelican Lake.

Emergency Only: 911
715-369-6111 (Rhinelander)
715-356-3234 (Minocqua)

Medic Alert Foundation

Website: http://www.medicalert.org/

Salvation Army

Website: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/

Call and leave a message.
Emergency lodging, gas, and food pantry vouchers.


Contact group: ACES (Association of Churches for Emergency Support)


Contact person: Jackie Schmieder

Eagle River

Contact Person: Kathy Holtorp


Wisconsin Silver Alert Program

Website: http://www.wisconsincrimealert.gov/silveralert.html
Silver Alert is a public notification system in the United States to broadcast information about missing persons, especially senior citizens with Alzheimer's disease, dementia, or other mental disabilities. Contact your local Sheriff's Dept. for more information or to report a missing person.
Contact the Sheriff's Dept.

Emergency Support & Financial Assistance

American Red Cross

Website: https://www.redcross.org/
Emergency needs for help in case of disaster, fire, emergency communications for military personnel and their families.

PO Box 1103
7 Brown St
Rhinelander WI 54501
Emergency Only: 800-939-4052

Association of Churches for Emergency Services (ACES)

ACES coordinates emergency aid (shelter, food, health, clothing, etc.) with limited resources from a collaboration of area churches. Leave a message and a volunteer will call you back to discuss the program.

Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM.
Call for information on the support and types of aid they provide.

St. Matthias' Episcopal Church
403 E Chicago Ave
Minocqua WI 54548

Oneida County Project Lifesaver

Website: https://projectlifesaver.org/
Citizens with a cognitive condition such as Autism, Alzheimer's, or Dementia who may wander form their home as well as their family may benefit from the program.

2000 E Winnebago St
Rhinelander WI 54501
715-361-5100 Ext. 5191

Personal Emergency Response System

Life Assist USA provides health monitoring solutions to seniors and persons with disabilities or chronic illness. The company's portfolio of solutions is focused on improving safety, well being and the overall quality of life. The company's services include: personal emergency response systems (PERS), electronic medication reminder devices, tele-health and vitals monitoring, fall detection, medication management and mobile medical alert solutions.

2210 Pinehurst Dr
Middleton WI 53562


Offers anyone living alone a safety link to emergency services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information and monthly fee schedule, call and leave a message.
800-242-1306 Ext. 4891
Serving Oneida County: Harshaw, Minocqua, Lake Tomahawk, Three Lakes

240 Maple St
Woodruff WI 54568