Ayuda Mutua MKE El propósito de Ayuda Mutua MKE es ofrecer a las comunidades de habla hispana información y recursos actualizada sobre el coronavirus en Milwaukee. ¡Si necesita alimentos y/o suministros, complete el formulario para la entrega a domicilio, o puede visitar nuestra despensa entre las 12 y 2 pm cada sábado en 2801 S 5th Court (Bounce Milwaukee). No hay requisites para calificar por la ayuda. Ayuda Mutua feeds and supports the Spanish speaking community. They need funds and VOLUNTEERS! To donate money: Venmo (@cosecha13) orPaypal.my/cosecha13 firstname.lastname@example.org (414) 870-7187
Food is Free MKE A community food sharing site located in an alley parking slab in Sherman Park, we rely solely on a “take what you need, give what you can” approach to stocking our food pantry, harvest sharing shelf, and community fridge. If you need food, you can visit the alley at 56th St. and Townsend St. in Milwaukee. If you want to donate to Food is Free Mke: Venmo: @FIFMKE, CashApp: $FIFMKE If you want more information about Food Is Free MKE, you can find it here.
Hunger Task Force Hunger Task Force believes that every person has a right to adequate food obtained with dignity. Hunger Task Force works to prevent hunger and malnutrition by providing food to people in need today and by promoting social policies to achieve a hunger-free community tomorrow. This is an interactive map with a wide variety of food resources including food pantries, MPS pick-up sites, mobile market locations, etc.
Milwaukee Diaper Mission Milwaukee Diaper Mission is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We partner with local social service agencies to distribute disposable and reusable diapering and period supplies to the families that they serve. With the support of our partners and sponsors, we are able to distribute these items at no cost to families. email: email@example.com
St. Ben’s Community Meals Referred to as Milwaukee's largest regular potluck dinner, the St. Ben's Community Meal is served six nights a week, Sunday to Friday, from 5:15 to 6:30. All are welcome. The meal hall is located on 930 W. State Street, between 9th & 10th Streets, across from the Milwaukee County Jail, at the lower level of St. Benedict the Moor church. The entrance is at the St. Anthony Apartments.
St. Ben’s Food Pantry The Emergency Food Pantry is located at the House of Peace site, 1702 W. Walnut. Open Monday through Friday from 8:30 A.M. to Noon, and 1:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. Available to zip codes 53205, 53206, and 53233. Please bring your picture ID, a current proof of residence (address), proof of income, and ID for everyone in the household.
St. Vincent de Paul Meal Program For over 35 years, the St. Vincent de Paul Meal Program has provided hot nutritious meals to children and adults in our Milwaukee community. Due to the evolving Covid-19 crisis, our Meal Program has modified its services to ensure the safety of our guests, volunteers, and staff. All recommended CDC guidelines and social distancing are strictly followed to ensure the safety and health of all involved. South site (Cross Roads Kitchen) Open To-go meals 4 pm-6:15 pm, Sunday-Friday 931 W. Madison St. Milwaukee, WI 53204 414-649-9555 North site (Harambee Kitchen) Open To-go meals 4:00-6:15 pm, Monday-Friday 2600 N. 2nd St. Milwaukee, WI 53212 414-374-4095
Healthcare Resource - Free and Low Cost
Ascension Angel of Hope Clinic 414-647-7466 Angel of Hope Clinic provides low-cost health care, examinations, treatment, and linkage services to adults and children within the community who are homeless, at risk for homelessness, or from lower-income households. This clinic operates under a sliding scale model. It may or may not be free depending on your income. Providing:
High Blood Pressure Management
Immunizations and Medications
Preventive Healthcare Screenings
Well Child Checks
Outreach Community Health Centers (414) 374-2400 We believe healthcare is a human right. Accessible and affordable healthcare for the entire family, regardless of insurance status. Outreach Community Health works to improve health outcomes for all people with effective advocacy, outreach, prevention, public awareness, collaborative relationships with other services providers and contracting for or providing a quality, cost-effective continuum of care. Providing:
Womens Health and Family Services (including obstetric and pediatric care)
Adult Primary Care
Podiatry and Foot Care
Diabetes Care and Education
St. Ben’s Healthcare Services UWM House of Peace Community Nursing Center 414-933-1590 UWM House of Peace Community Nursing Center is located in the lower level of the House of Peace site. Staffed by nurses and student nurses from UWM's College of Nursing-Institute for Urban Health Partnerships, they provide health screenings, wellness programs, health education, health information and referral, and nurse case management services for guests. Hours- Monday through Thursday, 9:00a to 4:00p; Friday, 9a-Noon. Appointments preferred, call (414) 933-1590 to make an appointment. St. Ben’s Clinic 414-765-0606 1027 N. 9th Street St. Ben's Clinic provides health care to homeless adults and adults who have a history or risk of homelessness and are not currently being seen at another site for their health care. Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday - 9a to 4p. Appointments only - Tuesday 9a-1p; Friday 9a to noon. Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers Milwaukee: (414) 672-1353 Waukesha: (262) 408-2530 Through full-service bilingual clinics, a behavioral health clinic, a satellite geriatric clinic, and six in-school clinics, Sixteenth Street cares for nearly 43,000 primarily low-income, Latino or diverse individuals each year. At Sixteenth Street, we value and respect all people, protecting the right to wellness, and never turning anyone away who needs our care. Providing:
Substance Abuse Resources
Shalem Healing 414-640-5433 At Shalem Healing we offer truly integrative holistic care. We integrate Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nursing Science, Nutritional Science, and Western Medicine for your health. Each of these disciplines has its place in health care. At times herbal medicine is the best, at times counseling, at times nutriceuticals, and at times pharmaceuticals. We believe that everyone deserves competent medical care and do not refuse treatment based on finances or insurance coverage. Shalem Healing Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit medical clinic in a health care shortage area as defined by the National Health Service Corps. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, United Health Care, Humana, WEA Trust, UMR, Trilogy, Molina and WPS. We do not refuse any individual treatment based on insurance coverage or ability to pay. Providing:
Pediatric and Family Practice
Housing and Shelter Resources
The Cathedral Center, Inc. (414) 831-0394 Ext 2114 845 N Van Buren St. Milwaukee WI 53202 Cathedral Center serves up to 28 unaccompanied women and 8 families with children in emergency shelter for up to 90 days and 4 unaccompanied women and 8 families with children in flexible housing for up to 2 years. Families include single mothers, single fathers, and two parent or multigenerational households.
Community Advocates (414) 449-4777 728 N. James Lovell St. Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233 Community Advocates brings hope to Milwaukee by helping people meet their basic needs and live in dignity. CA provides a wide variety of services related to housing security, including:
Emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence and homelessness
24 hour domestic violence crisis line (414-671-6140)
Family support center emergency shelter
Energy assistance and weatherization
Homeless Outreach Nursing Center
Autumn West Safe Haven
My Home programs
Older (50+) Abused Women’s Program
Nevermore Batterers’ Treatment Program
SSI and Disability advocacy
Guest House of Milwaukee 414-345-3240 1216 N 13th Street Milwaukee, WI 53205 The Guest House mission is to provide shelter, housing, education, and services to Milwaukee's homeless who seek to transform their lives with dignity and purpose. We begin with addressing the guests’ basic needs of hot meals, a warm bed, fresh bedding, showers, clothing and laundry facilities. Then, we match each individual to a qualified case manager to develop an individualized plan for independence, and remove barriers to achieving one's goals.
Pathfinders (414) 964-2565 414.271.1560 (Crisis Line) 4200 N. Holton St. Suite 400 Milwaukee, WI 53212 We believe that housing is a right, not a privilege. We employ a Housing First model where we secure safe housing for young people in crisis as quickly as possible. We know that housing is an essential tool for stability. Once housed, Pathfinders provides our youth with comprehensive services that will help them find success. Our programs include:
Youth Shelter, Drop In Center, Street Outreach and Q-BLOK: specializing in the unique needs of runaway, homeless, and other at-risk youth, young adults and their families
Hand-in-Hand: ongoing counseling program for young victims of sexual abuse ages 6-18
Prevention Education Program: a leading sexual violence and teen pregnancy prevention education programs
Rosalie Center for Family Engagement: offers young, at-risk mothers and their families/partners case management, parenting education, systems navigation and advocacy support
Sojourner Family Peace Center (414) 276-1911 Sojourner provides crisis housing, system advocacy and individual support to keep women, men and children safe and healthy. Our services include:
A 46-bed shelter
A 24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
Domestic Abuse Victim Advocates in the Milwaukee District Attorney’s Office
Belle Resource Center for Women and Children
Courthouse Advocacy and Restraining Order Clinic
Legal Emergency Assistance
Street Angels Street Angels is a volunteer-based organization that reaches into the community empowering individuals, inspiring others to pay it forward, and providing basic human necessities to those in need. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, Street Angels provides food, water, clothing, hygiene items, blankets and other necessities to Milwaukee County’s homeless population. The Street Angels website has a comprehensive list of day and night shelters in the Milwaukee area.
To volunteer or donate: firstname.lastname@example.org P O Box 342435 Milwaukee, WI 53234 1236 S Layton Blvd. Milwaukee ,WI 53215
Walker's Point Youth & Family Center If you are in immediate crisis please contact the Emergency Shelter Hotline - 414-647-8200. 2030 W. National Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53215 We offer shelter, counseling, educational and other services to help young people resolve their problems and strengthen family relationships. Our Runaway & Teen Crisis Program provides temporary shelter and crisis to youth in crisis ages 11-17 who are experiencing family or other problems. Counseling is available by appointment or walk-in to youth just needing to talk. This program provides a safe and legal alternative to the streets for runaway and homeless youth, as well as offering a neutral space where problem-solving can take place for both the youth and the family. We help youth to decide upon a future course of action which is positive and in their best interest. We also offer long-term housing for Milwaukee’s homeless youth ages 18-25 with an intensive range of supportive services to prepare them for self-sufficiency and housing permanency.
Legal Resources - Free and Low-cost
International Institute of Wisconsin 414.225.6220 1110 North Old World Third St. Suite 420 Milwaukee WI, 53203 The International Institute of Wisconsin, established in 1936, assists immigrants and refugees in transitioning into the community by offering programming and support services. From immigration and social services to refugee resettlement, the Institute promotes international cooperation, understanding, and a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural perspective. The Institute’s goal is to help individuals and families obtain self-sufficiency and promote multi-cultural understanding throughout the community. From Immigration and Social Services to Refugee Resettlement, the International Institute provides educational and social opportunities for new Americans.
Immigration and Citizenship
International Visitor Leadership Program
IIW Educational Programs
Interpretation and Translation Services
Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee (414) 727-5300 728 N. James Lovell Street Third Floor North Suite Milwaukee, WI 53233 The Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee was founded in 1916 “to do all things necessary for the prevention of injustice.” We are one of the nation’s oldest, continuously operating, public interest law firms and we are here to provide free legal assistance to low income Milwaukee County residents with civil legal problems. The Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee provides free legal assistance to needy Milwaukee County residents with civil legal problems.
Children’s Court (by court appointment)
Family Court (by court appointment)
LGBTQ+ Legal Services
Mental Health Law
Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinics 414-278-3965 The Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinics provide free brief legal advice and referral services on most civil legal matters. The remote clinics operate via appointment on Zoom. Some legal matters are beyond the scope of our services. We do not provide legal advice on matters including, but not limited to: criminal matters (misdemeanors and felonies); employment discrimination issues; questions related to public school independent education plans; issues related to Marquette University; and any complex matter not well suited for brief legal advice as decided by the volunteer attorney or supervising staff.
Refugee and Immigrant Services Catholic Charities 414-643-8570 731 W Washington St. Milwaukee, WI 53204 Our goal is to replace rumors with accurate information about immigration in the United States. We are an attorney-driven program, here to help you understand your best legal options. We specialize in immigration law. Our practice only focuses on helping immigrants find their options to lawfully reside in the United States. Catholic Charities programs serve people of all faiths, or no faith. We help those who are most vulnerable in our communities by empowering individuals and supporting families who are in need. Some clients pay a fee for our services, but we do not turn away anyone who cannot afford it. We respect people of all backgrounds, and we welcome anyone who needs us. We Address Cases Such As: