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Attention FoodShare Recipients:

Don't Lose Your Benefits!

If you an Able Bodied Adult Without Dependents (ABAWDs), between the ages of 18-49, you may be at risk of losing your FoodShare benefits. New eligibility rules went into effect April 1. If you do not qualify for an exemption, you must participate in the FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) program. When you apply for or renew your FoodShare benefits you will have to meet a work requirement. if you do not meet the FSET work requirement for 3 months (consecutive or nonconsecutive) during a 36-month period, you may lose your FoodShare for the rest of the 36 months. Please call Milwaukee Enrollment Services at 888.947.6583, read and respond to any mailing/calls from ResCare (414.270-1800) or contact Hunger Task Force at 414.777.0483 immediately!

FSET Exemptions                                        FSET Brochure                                         FSET Flyer

Attention Seniors!

Are you receiving ALL the benefits available to you?

For more information and to see if you are eligible, click here: Senior Benefit Enrollment Service!


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SDC Events

Lead Safe Community Day

06-06-201510:00 AM  - 2:00 PM3300 N Richards Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212Ofelia R MondragonView Attachment

Lead Hurts Kids! Let’s do something together to protect them. Come and see contractors working safely with lead-based paint. Certified contractors will be educating residents how to properly do renovation in older homes.

Brain, Brawn & Body

06-20-20157:00 AM  - 3:00 PMJourney House 2110 W. Scott Street Milwaukeewww.brainbrawnbody.comView Attachment

Brain, Brawn & Body, presented by Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, is a health and wellness summit for men and the people who love them. The day will feature wellness workshops, health screenings, healthy cooking demos, an "Ask the Experts" session, exercise session, children's activities, and more. Meet Green Bay Packer Legends Leroy Butler, George Koonce and Harry Sydney.

Addressing Dementia

06-20-201510:30 AM  - 1:30 PMLapham Park COS Building 650 W. Reservoir Avenue MilwaukeeRegister by 6/18 414.289.5866View Attachment

Addressing Dementia as a Family Affair, Block by Block, will feature presentations about dementia, health risks, caregiver and family support, community services and resources. The event is presented by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated (Milwaukee Chapters) and the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute Milwaukee Office.

The Promise of Community Action:

Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.

Need Energy Assistance Appointment???

Are you having difficulty scheduling an appointment for Energy Assistance? If you are currently working first shift and/or attend school during the day you are eligible to make an appointment by contacting the Energy Assistance Program through our "Contact Us" link at the top right hand corner of our home page.

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