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Milwaukee Saint Vincent De Paul assistance programs.

Addressing poverty in the Milwaukee Wisconsin area is the main objective of St. Vincent de Paul Society. The charity organization, its volunteers, and partner churches provide its members with opportunities to participate in multiple services, all of which are focused on the low income. Any assistance offered is directed to the poor, with a unique focus on one- to- one personal services. Members will provide home visitation, financial aid, information, referrals to Milwaukee programs, problem-solving skills, and ongoing support. Some of the main resources available by the society are below.

Various food pantries and feeding sites are available. Volunteers from Saint Vincent serve free hot meals and lunches. While this is occurring at two meal programs in Milwaukee, they are also advising people of various social services and financial assistance. The society of Saint Vincent is dedicated and committed to the support of and involvement of community services when it comes to fighting hunger.

The free meal program served over 100,000 meals last year to the low income and homeless. The average meal served in Milwaukee cost the society of Saint Vincent de Paul under $3 because most of the food is donated from local parishes, churches, synagogues, food drives, and corporations. Volunteers from the churches and charities purchase and cook the food. They also serve it to the needy with smiles and a caring touch.

Thrift Stores are located across the city and county. They are open to the public. People from the community can purchase low cost, gently used goods at the locations. Those who qualify and who meet income limits may be able to receive free gift certificates. They can be used to pay for goods at the stores. The items either sold at a thrift store, or passed out for free, can help stabilize individuals and families in the community.

The Gift Certificate Program in Milwaukee is at the heart of the thrift store's mission. The dozens of Saint Vincent conferences, churches and volunteer groups can use this certificate program in an effort to provide clothing, furniture, and household items to the needy. Volunteers can pass out a gift certificate to a needy family or individual which they can use to shop at the store.




Family Visitation Services are arranged by the volunteers. They can offer families, youth and individuals life skills, family support, and other general aid. The resource center they run helps to prevent infant mortality through home visitation services. This activity is performed by licensed Social Workers in partnership with the City of Milwaukee Health Department. Workshops for parents can help people nurture their newborn. Parents can include about health care programs, affordable day care, and get support as they start down the path to a new family.

Fighting poverty and hungry is the mission of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. The organization provides a number of other assistance programs directed to the working poor. They also put a unique focus on one- to- one personal service. In previous years over 5,000 home visits were made to the low income. The volunteers offer hope, financial aid for bills and rent, and resource referrals. Almost $2 million dollars of goods and financial assistance was distributed to help people in poverty and those in a crisis situation. Vincentians will promote human dignity and integrity. The Society is concerned not only with providing short term relief and addressing needs. They are also focused on addressing the situations that cause it, so this can include providing individuals counseling, information on employment opportunities and other related social services. If you would like more information on how to get help or if you would like to join in their services, dial 414-462-7837 to reach the Milwaukee  SVDP Council Office.

Addresses of St. Vincent in Milwaukee County Wisconsin

There are several centers in the region. If one is not near you they may be able to provide referrals to a closer church or center.

9601 W Silver Spring Dr., Milwaukee, call (414) 462-7837

2320 W Lincoln Ave, Milwaukee Wisconsin, call (414) 672-2040 for intake

5558 N 69th St., Milwaukee, WI, telephone (414) 464-3817




By Jon McNamara

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