Social & Welfare Services in Milwaukee, WI
The Sixteenth Street Community Health Center has offered best quality health care, health education and social services to low-income residents of Milwaukee's culturally diverse S side since 1969. Comprehensive health services include adult and pediatric medicine, behavioral health services, women's health, HIV prevention and treatment and physical and occupational therapy.
read moreVACCINE UPDATE: The vaccine is available in 4 phases in Wisconsin. In Milwaukee, we are currently in Phase 1A, which includes health care workers and long term care facilities. As of January 25, some Phase 1B (police officers, fire fighters, and people over 65 years of age) will be eligible. As soon as we get vaccines to do so, we will begin vaccinating our established patients 65+. Due to the limited number of vaccines we will have each week, we will be calling our patients 65+ to schedule an appointment as vaccines become available in order of oldest to youngest.
read moreTo improve the health and well-being of Milwaukee and surrounding communities, by providing quality, patient-centered, family-based health care, health education and social services, free from linguistic, cultural and economic barriers. Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers will work to narrow health disparities and access gaps, and improve the environment where people live, work, learn and play. In order to deepen our impact on people's lives, our care will extend beyond the vital and high quality care provided within our clinics, and will also extend beyond the four walls of our exam rooms in order to give individuals and families the support, services, and self-empowerment they need to make wellness a sustainable reality.