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Find a car seat
Low-cost car seats may available. Supplies are limited, dependent on grant funding. For info & to make an appointment, call Central Scheduling: 414-607-5280.
For a list of locations that will help with car seat installation and education by appointment, click here.
Parenting classes and support
Parent Café’s are peer-to-peer support and learning groups are offered in Milwaukee’s Muskego Way, Metcalfe Park and Harambee neighborhoods. Cafés are free. Registration required for child care.
Mommy & Baby Live Well Be Well Care coordination(CCC) for mothers with newborns (under 30 days old). Continued CCC services until child is age 7 (access to AODA/mental health, educational, social activities, employment, clothing incentive, $25 client referral program)
Mommy & Baby Project: free emergency diapers, by appointment only.
Diapers, car seats, cribs & more provided when enrolled in Center services. Classes: one-on-one birth preparation, baby care basics, breastfeeding, & goals
Provides a secure, temporary home for children whose parents are in a crisis situation. May provide housing assistance to teen moms and their children. Families in need may also be connected to Family Friends and Family Coaches.
A ministry offering genuine hope to men and women going through separation or divorce, with encouragement, practical information, and fellowship in Jesus Christ.
Register for classes, free childcare. Fees may be reduced or waived.
Child health & parenting services are provided free by the home visiting nurse program. Nurses can make referrals and help with healthcare, dental care, counseling, transportation, and WIC nutrition.
Free workshops provides services to help Wisconsin parents and educators support and enrich the lives of children with disabilities.