Sixteenth Street Community Health Center was awarded $1 million in funding from the Wisconsin Partnership Program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health for its project, ¨Improving Health Outcomes by Proactively Integrating Social Determinants Screening into Primary Care Practice.”
On Friday, Oct. 14, Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers will host a Sexual Health Awareness event in honor of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, which falls on Oct. 15.
This summer, Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers is offering a FREE series of environmental workshops focused on the transformations happening in the Kinnickinnic River neighborhood near Pulaski Park. The workshops will help residents better understand the impact of the changes, and how they can play a part in using these new spaces. Community members enjoyed […]
The Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers’ Department of Environmental Health is continuing to accept applications from candidates for three positions: Environmental Health Educator Asst Project Coordinator Environmental Health Community Engagement Specialist Click each to download a .pdf of the job description for each position.
Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers (Sixteenth Street) first Community Impact Awards ceremony was held on Thursday, July 16th at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino. The evening was closed out with music and entertainment by Tres Acoustico. Community Impact Awards were given to recognize individuals and organizations that contribute significant volunteer time, expertise and/or resources to support Sixteenth Street programs […]
Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as a full time (1700 hours within ten months) Community HealthCorps Member in the Department of Environmental Health. Service Description: Community HealthCorps Members increase access to health care, provide health education and support that lead to appropriate use of health care services and […]