Milwaukee County Community Resources

Cathedral of St. John Open Door Cafe

This meal site serves hot, homemade dinner six nights a week, Sunday to Friday, 5:15 – 6:30 pm. Everyone is welcome to share the warm safe environment.

Address:

812 N. Jackson St.
Milwaukee WI, 53202

Center for Veterans Issues

The Center for Veterans Issues is a community resource that provides transitional housing programs to assist people who are willing to move beyond emergency shelter. They also provide multiple programs that focus on anger management, parenting, stress, and financial literacy. They are open Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:30pm, and Saturday 9:00 – 12:00pm.

Address:

315 W. Court Street
Milwaukee WI, 53212

Contact

Phone: 414-345-3917

Website: http://www.cvivet.org/

House of Peace Community Nursing Center

The UWM House of Peace Community Nursing Center provides health screening, wellness programs, health education, referrals, and case management services for homeless adults, and adults who are at risk of being homeless. The clinic is open Monday-Thursday 9:00am – 4:00pm, and Friday 9:00 am – 12:00pm.

Address:

1702 W. Walnut St.
Milwaukee WI, 53205

Milwaukee County Community Health Access Program

CHAP employees are Certified Application Counselors under the Affordable Care Act, meaning they are trained to assist you in enrolling under the new healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA). While the ACA provides new health coverage options for qualified individuals, CHAP will help you every step of the way to determine what programs and services you qualify for, or what low-cost plans are available to you. CHAP can help you determine if you qualify for: * Health Insurance Marketplace (private insurance) * BadgerCare (Medicaid) * Family Planning Waiver * Senior Care * Title 19 * Express Enrollment for pregnant women and children CHAP can also assist in enrollment or provide referrals for enrollment in FoodShare, WIC, energy assistance, tax preparation, dental services, and free and sliding-fee clinics.

Address:

1639 S. 23rd St
Milwaukee, WI 53204

Contact

Phone: 414-286-8620

Website: http://city.milwaukee.gov/health/medassist#.WOfpwEXyyIU

Milwaukee Rescue Mission

The Milwaukee Rescue Mission center serves men, women and children who are homeless, hungry or poor. The Mission offers meals, shelters, childcare, after school programs and community growth options.

Address:

830 North 19th St.
Milwaukee WI 53233

Contact

Phone: 414-344-2211

Website: https://www.milmission.org/who-we-are/

Repairers of the Breach

Repairers of the breach is a daytime refuge and resource center for homeless adults. They provide free medical care at their clinic, which covers primary care, diabetes and hypertension screening, eye exams, vaccinations, and referrals. They are also open 7 am to 4 pm to provide different opportunities for their members, which includes job searching, learning, and tutoring.

Address:

1335 W. Vliet St.
Milwaukee WI 53205

Contact

Phone: 414-342-9323

Website: http://repairers.org

Silver Spring Neighborhood Center

Silver Spring fulfills its mission to build a safer stronger neighborhood and community by helping individuals and families work towards self-sufficiency. For more than 57 years, Silver Spring successfully offers ten core programs – from prenatal care coordination to child development, to youth and teen programs to adult and senior programs – in one facility. In addition to successfully serving thousands of people each year, Silver Spring’s core programs have a history of producing reliable results.

Address:

5460 N 64th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53218

Contact

Phone: 414-463-7950

Website: http://www.ssnc-milw.org

St. Ben’s Community Meal

This meal site serves hot, homemade dinner six nights a week, Sunday to Friday, 5:15 – 6:30 pm. Everyone is welcome to share the warm safe environment.

Address:

1015 N. 9th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53233

St. Vincent de Paul

The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Milwaukee operates a free Meal Program at two sites, five nights per week on the north side, at 2600 N. 2nd Street, and six nights per week on the south side, at 931 W. Madison Street. Neighbors Helping Neighbors: At the heart of our organization is our home visitation program. Our more than 850 volunteers, through home visitation, establish one-on-one supportive relationships with individuals and families who need basic items such as food, clothing, and furniture, and who benefit by the companionship, care and compassion extended by the volunteers.

Address:

9601 W Silver Spring Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53225

Contact

Phone: 414-462-7837

Website: http://www.svdpmilw.org/home.aspx

UMOS

UMOS, a non-profit advocacy organization, provides programs and services which improve the employment, educational, health and housing opportunities of under-served populations. Programs and services provided by UMOS are divided into three major categories: workforce development, child development, and social services, which include farm labor housing, Teen Tobacco Prevention, HIV prevention services, domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking supportive services, home energy assistance, food pantry and after school programs . In addition to these programs, UMOS sponsors and organizes a number of cultural and community events in Wisconsin.

Address:

2701 S. Chase Ave Suite B
Milwaukee, WI 53207

Contact

Phone: 414-389-6000

Website: http://www.umos.org/