Even when the Bread of Healing Clinic doesn’t provide the specific care required by a patient, staff and volunteers work to connect patients with the right solution for their needs.
The Bread of Healing Clinic was pleased to learn that Aurora Healthcare will once again contribute toward the funding of its Behavioral Health program.
The $100,000 grant will allow the clinic to expand the capacity of the behavioral health program, including the hiring of a project manager and behavioral health coordinator.
The Bread of Healing Clinic provides quality healthcare resources to people like Trenton. After Trenton's mother got sick, he reduced his work hours to be her full-time caregiver. As a result, he no longer qualified for his own health insurance.
Trenton learned about the Bread of Healing Clinic through IMPACT, a proud community partner with United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County that supports the Milwaukee Health Care Partnership. This partnership ensures that people like Trenton get connected to quality health care resources such as the Bread of Healing Clinic.
Watch Trenton's video and see what happens when our community Lives United.
Trenton's story is featured in a new video series produced by United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County. The 2016 campaign kicked off September 1 with a goal to raise over $60 million. And they need your help.
A gift to the United Way Community Fund ensures that your donation is invested where the need is greatest.
The Bread of Healing Clinic was honored on January 18, 2016 at the YMCA's 19th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., celebration.
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