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2014 EVENTS
Hillside Marketplace
Saturday, May 3, 2014
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
1452 N. 7th Street
Shop and support Hillside's "Summer on the Hill," which provides positive programming for youth. Many vendors will be on hand to sell you things you need and want -- jewelry, hats, scarves, purses, lightly used items and more! Call 414-224-8815 for more information.
To become a vendor, download, complete and return the Vendor Marketplace Form.

7th Annual TALK Walk for Health & Safety
Saturday, May 31, 2014
9:00 a.m.
1452 N. 7th Street
Celebrate health, safety and community by joining your neighbors for the 7th Annual TALK Walk. Call 414-224-8815 for more information.
Download the TALK Walk Flyer and Sponsor Information and the TALK Walk Pledge Sheet.

National Night Out
Thursday, August 7, 2014
5:30 p.m.
1452 N. 7th Street

Don't miss the largest annual celebration in the neighborhood. This fun event recognizes the important partnerships -- between residents, police and fire personnel, businesses, and other agencies -- that make Hillside and Townhomes at Carver Park a great place to live and work. Call 414-224-8815 for more information.

HILLSIDE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER SERVICES

Resource Center Management and Housing Authority Community Services
1452 N. 7th Street - 1st Floor
(414) 224-8815

The Hillside Family Resource Center Management Office works on behalf of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee to connect residents to vital services and to welcome the greater Milwaukee community into one of Wisconsin's oldest and largest affordable housing communities. Each year, Resource Center staff host hundreds of community meetings in the building's conference rooms, and they coordinate the TALK (Take Action, Listen & Know) Campaign, which brings together public safety and diverse community stakeholders to build a stronger and safer neighborhood. Staff also work as part of the Housing Authority's Community Services Division to assist public housing residents in developing personal, educational and employment goals and achieving self-sufficiency. Services available include job search and career advancement support; computer and Internet access and training; educational scholarships; personal money management courses; and much more. Stop by the Resource Center's front desk or call us to let us know how we can help.

 

Hillside Terrace Management Office
1419 N. 8th Street
(414) 286-8857



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The Hillside Terrace Management Office provides safe, decent and sanitary affordable housing to moderate and low-income households. Apartments consist of 1 to 5 bedroom units. To be eligible you must be on the Housing Authority's waiting list, which is currently closed to new applicants. Applicants are welcome to call the Hillside Management office if they have any questions. Hillside residents are encouraged to contact the office with questions or concerns regarding their lease or maintenance issues. Our doors are always open.
 

Hillside Family Organization
1452 N. 7th Street - 1st Floor
(414) 272-7823

The Hillside Family Organization is led by community-elected representatives who provide Hillside residents with a voice in housing and other neighborhood matters. Throughout the year, the Family Organization helps strenghthen the community through many activities, including hosting monthly resident meetings, producing and sponsoring neighborhood events, facilitating food distributions, and operating the local candy shop. Resident meetings are held monthly. Please call or stop by to meet your neighbors and learn how the Family Organizations can help you.

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Milwaukee Area Technical College
1452 N. 7th Street - 1st Floor
(414) 224-7239

Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Pre-College Education Division conducts classes at the Hillside Family Resource Center. Students can work toward improving their reading, math and writing skills or can complete their GED, computer skills and career exploration. The goal of these classes is to prepare students to complete their secondary education degree and to transition into postsecondary programs. Classes are smaller than those at the campuses, and students are given individualized attention. For more information about the MATC/Hillside Terrace Resource Center Learning Lab, please call us or stop by to meet our instructors.

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Hillside Family Health CenterHillside Health Center
1452 N. 7th Street - 2nd Floor
(414) 935-8000

Doctors at the Hillside Family Health Center provide primary medical care to people of all ages and incomes. Services offered include exams, screenings, chronic disease management (diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, etc.), urgent care and women’s health. We accept all forms of private and public insurance, including Medicaid, Medicare, BadgerCare+ and the BadgerCare+ Core Plan. Uninsured patients are also welcome. Patients without insurance will be enrolled in our sliding scale fee program and are charged based on their income and household size. To schedule an appointment at the Hillside clinic, please call or visit us today. The Hillside clinic is managed by Progressive Community Health Centers, which also operates the Lisbon Avenue Health Center at 3522 W. Lisbon Avenue.

 

Pieper-Hillside Boys & Girls Club
611 W. Cherry Street
(414) 291-0347

Pieper-Hillside Boys & Girls Club offers a variety of activities and programs for youth ages 5 – 18 within its community. These activities include educational and tutorial services, sports & recreation, and arts, leadership and health programs. The Club also has certified child care for youth ages 5 – 12 and provides a fun and safe place for youth to go after school or during weekdays when schools are closed. In addition to regular programming, the Club hosts several events throughout the year for the community and club members, including back-to-school drives and Christmas gifts for the members. Each event and program is specifically designed to foster educational and principal development skills for our youth, which will encourage and provide them with the tools necessary to achieve and be successful. Annual fee for each child is only $5!

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Tomorrow's Future Early Childhood Center
1451 N. 6th Street
(414) 276-8337

Tomorrow’s Future Early Childhood Center provides state-licensed comprehensive child care services for children ages 4 weeks to 12 years of age. Our qualified, experienced teachers provide age-appropriate activities and curriculums that focus on the whole child’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs. Located in a clean, safe, state-of-the art building, Tomorrow’s Future is the next best thing to home. We offer free transportation, nutritious home-cooked USDA-approved meals and snacks, and no required co-payment. W– 2 pay accepted. Open 5:30 am to 11:30 pm.

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Marquette Neighborhood Health Center
1452 N. 7th Street - 3rd Floor
(414) 933-9100

The vision of the nurse-managed Marquette Neighborhood Health Center is to reduce health disparities by delivering quality health care to adults and children in the Milwaukee metropolitan area and to provide clinical education to nursing students.

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Room Rentals
1452 N. 7th Street - 1st Floor
(414) 224-7285

The Resource Center offers nicely-appointed rooms for conferences, receptions and other events. Centrally located near downtown Milwaukee with easy access to the freeway system, the Resource Center is an excellent venue for your next meeting or event. Please call (414) 224-7285 for more information about accommodations and pricing.

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The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee is an equal opportunity housing provider and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, handicap, lawful source of income, marital status, family status or sexual orientation.