Senior Program & Services
Pathway from Cook to Chef
Empowering Milwaukee County residents with the resources to move beyond poverty.
For more than 50 years, the Social Development Commission (SDC) has served as a planner, coordinator, and provider of human service programs for low-income individuals and families in Milwaukee County. SDC was established in 1963 as an intergovernmental commission under Wisconsin State Statute 66.0125. In 1964, the SDC became the only Community Action Agency for Milwaukee County. read more …
VITA Free Tax Preparation
Get your taxes done for FREE if your income was $58,000 or less. Don’t fall prey to those predatory tax services. Let our certified tax preparers file your taxes for FREE. Then talk to a financial coach and one of our partnering financial institutions about how you can turn a dream into reality.
It’s never too late to get your high school degree! Don’t give up on your dream. Sign up now for our FREE General Educational Development (GED) classes and start on the road to achieving you dream.
You love to cook. So, launch a career or just take your skills to the next level.
Our ChefStart Culinary program will show you how.
As your age goes up, so do your benefits. You may be eligible for programs that increase your income.
Are you a recent graduate, unemployed or underemployed? Are you interested in entering the construction industry, receiving certification, and being ready to find a great paying new job?
Earn your high school diploma and get construction experience at the same time.
BOARD OF COMMISSION ELECTIONS
Individuals with a passion for improving conditions for people of Milwaukee County experiencing poverty, and have a desire to serve our community, should consider candidacy for the SDC Board of Commissioners. For more information click the button below.
March 25 – Candidate Application Packets Available
May 7 – Election Day
Poverty Matters Summit Highlight
A Special Thanks To Our Appointed Partner Agencies
Our Board of Commissioners consists of representatives of three different sectors of the community. One-third of the members are appointed by public officials and a third are appointed by the private sector.
SDC does not discriminate in its programs, activities, facilities, employment, or educational opportunities on the basis of a
person’s sex, race, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or disability.