Community Outreach Programs
- Child Protection Center - offers comprehensive assessments of children suspected to be victims of child abuse or neglect and seeks to protect children from abuse and provide resources to help them heal.
- Children's Health Education Center - encourages children, directly and through the adults who care for them, to make a lifetime of healthy choices.
- Children's Health Alliance of Wisconsin - a statewide advocacy organization working to improve children's health through coalition building, system change, policy development, program management, and education
- Infant Death Center of Wisconsin - provides information, counseling, and support groups for children, parents, grandparents and others affected by the death of an infant up to one year of age. The center strives to improve the health of infants and reduce infant deaths.
- Milwaukee Adolescent Health Program - staffs several clinic sites and offers health care to inner-city adolescents.
- Project ADAM (Automated Defibrillators in Adam's Memory) - helps schools start and sustain their own automated external defibrillation (AED) programs.
- Project Ujima - a community project committed to helping stop the cycle of violent crimes by reducing the number of repeat victims of violence.
- School-Based Health Centers - maintain a twofold mission: to attend to the community's health needs, and to educate children and families about preventive care.
- Special Needs Family Center - is a place where families and providers who care for children from birth to age 21 with special needs can go to find information, referrals, books, videos and parent-to-parent support.