Services offered at our Main Campus!
We are excited to announce that our Brain Health and LIFE day programming services are now open for in-person services at our Main Campus, 2020 W. Wells St.
The move from our campus in Bay View allows us to more fully integrate services, with clients having easier access to other program offerings!
Our remote program that began at the onset of the pandemic will continue, serving those who prefer receiving services in the comfort of their home or who may not be able to access transportation.
If you are new to our Wells Street campus, please be aware that our lobby is managed by security and reception, who can direct you when you first enter the building. We will also continue to require all who enter the building to wear masks and practice social distancing measures. 
Questions? Please contact us!
Continuing the dialogue
CFI’s mission to advance total health would not be complete without an understanding the role diversity plays in our well-being.
Diversity brings together people of different races, cultures, genders, ages, sexual orientation, religious beliefs and socioeconomic status.
It teaches us empathy, helps us understand others and breaks down barriers -- all essential in building an inclusive culture.
Read our full report here.
Proud to partner with our donors!
The Milwaukee Center for Independence, an affiliate of CFI, received $50,000 from the Zilber Family Foundation to purchase a box truck needed for Food Service’s expanded meal distribution. 
Our Food Service program provides fresh and healthy meals to schools and early learning centers, and in summer months in neighborhood parks -- bridging the food gap while school is not in session.
This past year, because of the pandemic, the program provided more than 2.5 million meals to families when schools closed and food scarcity increased in the community.
We are extremely grateful to the Zilber Family Foundation for its continued support of MCFI and its Food Service program.
We are also grateful to:
  • The Charles D. Ortgiesen Foundation for a $1,000 gift for general operating support.
  • Heidi Schuster for her plumbing items and installation donation to refresh the bathrooms at Greenfield House, one of residential facilities for people experiencing mental health issues. 
The MCFI Foundation provides long-term financial support to the agency to grow, innovate and sustain services and care. But, we can’t do it alone!
Please consider a gift to affect change in our community! If you have questions, feel free to contact Kasey Chard, Associate Director of Grants & Development Operations at 414-937-2085
Thank you for sharing your gift with MCFI!