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Our National Ave Clinic could not be opening at a more critical time.

The pandemic has amplified the behavioral health and substance use disorder issues affecting our community. Just in the past two years, our behavioral health patient visits have increased by 46%.
When there is a lack of services available, there can be an increase in:
  • Worsening behavioral health symptoms
  • Risk of suicide, homelessness, and substance use disorders
  • Emergency room visits and in-hospital stays
Join us in supporting our National Ave Clinic's goal of reducing barriers to increase access to community-based behavioral health care by donating today.

For in-kind donations, please call Marina Pappas at 414-897-5563.

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Two simple words really sum up Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers for us: Human Dignity. It’s one of Sixteenth Streets’ core values, and it’s something that is part of everything they do.

As an agency program partner with United Way, we get to see first-hand the services that are delivered to so many people in our communities, all with a great deal of dignity. They have an understanding of their capacity, and embrace their responsibility beyond their clinic walls. A perfect example is the work they do at three of our schools with the Milwaukee Community Schools Partnership.

At United Way, we believe that good health is more than simply visiting a doctor. It’s about housing, employment, literacy, and so much more. What we love about Sixteenth Street Community Health Center is that they take a deep dive into all of these issues in order for people to live the healthiest lives possible.

Amy Lindner
President and CEO
United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County

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Empower a Healthier Milwaukee

 

Canceled

We’ve made the difficult decision to cancel our rescheduled 2020 Health Equity Summit; Empower a Healthier Milwaukee due to COVID-19 related precautions and restrictions around large gatherings. We appreciate your interest and are disappointed that it will not take place as planned.
We will be holding a Health Equity Summit in the spring of 2021 that will include the previously planned conversation on empowerment along with other dynamic topics under the broader umbrella of health equity innovation. Although we plan to hold the 2021 Summit in person, we acknowledge the significant uncertainties we face and are prepared to adapt quickly if needed.

 

1032 S. Cesar E. Chavez Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53204

Cindy Cooper, VP of Advancement
414-897-5161
cindy.cooper@sschc.org

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