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  • The Milwaukee Women's Center operates a 24/7 emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence and homelessness, and offers supports and services for survivors.

  • Milwaukee Women's Center staff and trained volunteers will answer your call.

  • The Family Support Center Emergency Shelter provides 24/7 care for families experiencing homelessness to help them become independent again.

  • Learn how to save on your energy bills and get additional benefits such as furnace repair or weatherization materials through the Milwaukee County Energy Assistance Program and the Wisconsin Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).

  • We can help solve problems between landlords and tenants, get repairs done, prevent evictions, and assist tenants to budget for rent payments.

  • Tenants in Milwaukee and Waukesha County who need help with their rent because of a loss of income can apply for rent assistance through Community Advocates. You can begin the application process on our website.

  • We engage individuals living on the streets, and operate the Homeless Outreach Program, Autumn West Safe Haven, Project Bridge, and My Home programs.

  • A community-based program for women ages 50+ who have been victimized by a loved one.

  • An educational, support group-based program aiming to help male batterers understand and take responsibility for their violent behavior.

  • Milwaukee Fatherhood FIRE program promotes fathers as Family-focused, Interconnected, Resilient, and Essential in the lives of their children, families, community and society.

  • Contact us if you need assistance with the Interim Disability Assistance Program (IDAP) or need payee services.

  • We offer no-cost treatment for women, men, and families in English and Spanish.

  • Provides work-appropriate, gently used clothing and supportive services to job seekers.

  • ECOM is a monthly gathering organized by Community Advocates Public Policy Institute that brings together social services providers, advocates, and consumers to discuss issues facing community members we serve.