Get Involved with DEH
Join the Department of Environmental Health in exploring and engaging with Milwaukee's south side through the following volunteer opportunities:
Group opportunities available in May, June, July, September and October. Join us for a couple of hours outside weeding out invasive species from local parks.
Opportunities available in April and October. Help keep trash out of streets and rivers by volunteering at a local cleanup.
Support staff in spring and fall programs at local elementary schools and summer family workshops. Participate in field trips like biking the KK RiverTrail and canoeing on the KK River.
Outreach and Canvassing
Support staff throughout the year to get the word out about our many fun family and youth-centered programs. Knock on doors and table at watershed-wide events.
The Department of Environmental Health is located in Sixteenth Street's Greenfield Building at 1337 S. Cesar E. Chavez Dr. Milwaukee, WI 53204
Jamie Ferschinger DIRECTOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 414-897-5598 Jamie.Ferschinger@sschc.org
HOME-BASED HEALTH RISK STAFF
Carmen Reinmund LEAD OUTREACH PROGRAM COORDINATOR 414-897-5592 firstname.lastname@example.org
Selina Ornelas LEAD PROGRAM ASSISTANT 414-897-5594 Selina.Ornelas@sschc.org
Jesus Juache LEAD OUTREACH WORKER 414-897-5593 Jesus.Juache@sschc.org
Maria Coriano LEAD OUTREACH WORKER 414-897-5619 Maria.Coriano@sschc.org
Marisol Madrigal PUBLIC ALLY Marisol.Madrigal@sschc.org
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT STAFF
Elizabeth DeLeon ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH EDUCATOR 414-897-5622 email@example.com
Kelly Moore Brands ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR 414-897-5591 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie Mercado NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION COORDINATOR 414-897-5596 Stephanie.Mercado@sschc.org
COMMUNITY SCHOOL COORDINATORS
Regina Steiber LINCOLN AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 414-902-9734 Regina.Stieber@sschc.org
Francisco Sanchez SOUTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL 414-902-8454 Francisco.Sanchez@sschc.org
Ludys Ebratt ZABLOCKI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 414-294-2306 Ludys.Ebratt@sschc.org
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The KK River Neighbors in Action (KKRNIA) is a grassroots community group that brings neighbors together to tackle and advocate for projects that will improve the quality of life and transform the built and natural environment within the Kinnickinnic River neighborhood.
Meetings: Second Wednesday of every month at 6:00 PM in the Pulaski Park Pavilion
2677 S. 16th Street
This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.