The Milwaukee Health Department will hold vaccine clinics at Milwaukee Public Schools and Seton Catholic Schools until Dec. 14 as part of an effort to vaccinate kids aged five to 11.
MCW’s Latino Medical Student Association has been working on Milwaukee’s South Side throughout the pandemic, but they see their role as more than just putting shots in arms.
On Nov. 1, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services switched to a new provider for its non-emergency medical transportation program. Here’s what you need to know.
The Behavior Clinic, a partnership between Penfield Children’s Center and the Marquette University College of Education, provides in-home psychiatric services to children from birth to 6 years old.
A group of Milwaukee youths will get a virtual visit from NFL player Solomon Thomas on Monday, Oct. 25 to tackle an important issue: mental health.
A rise in suicides among Black youths has Milwaukee counselors and psychologists working hard to raise awareness and prevent more deaths.
Although October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, those who are survivors and those who support those who have the disease know that cancer is a daily endeavor.
Health advocates in Milwaukee’s Hmong community work to keep residents up to date on all things COVID.
A new digital platform puts health care organizations and social services within one click of communicating with the other. The hope? To connect their clients with services they need.