About Project Homeless Connect
In the City of Milwaukee, nearly 1,400 people are experiencing homelessness. Approximately 1 in 3 people live in poverty in Milwaukee, making it difficult to attain and hold stable housing. Research shows that people experiencing homelessness have higher rates of acute and chronic illness. Further, children who experience homelessness are more likely to struggle with learning and developmental disabilities.
Milwaukee Project Homeless Connect is a one day; one-stop shop event on Thursday, October 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. aimed at bringing multiple resources and services under one roof to better serve people experiencing homelessness. A variety of resources will be available. Services offered in past years have included:
- Resource fair
- Assessments for entry into housing programs throughout the County
- Hygiene kits
Service Providers & Resource Tables
If you are a service provider or will be providing a resource table, please register here.
Service Provider, Resource Table or General Questions? Contact Krystina Kohler at 414.263.8181 or email.
Save the date to volunteer at Project Homeless Connect on Thursday, October 19, 2017.
The link to sign up will become live July 2017.
Volunteer Questions? Contact Lori Hayes at 262.409.2414 or via email.