Your voice Is needed! Join us in imagining a healthy and thriving South Shore!
- Cudahy Family Library: Tuesday, October 3rd from 4pm to 6:30pm
- Oak Creek Civic Center: Thursday, October 12th from 4pm to 6:30pm
- South Milwaukee Administration Building: Monday, October 16th 4pm to 6:30pm
- St. Francis Civic Center: Thursday, November 2nd from 4pm to 6:30pm
The Cudahy, Oak Creek, and South Milwaukee-St. Francis Health Departments have surveyed, interviewed, and held focus groups with community members and partner organizations to better understand how COVID-19 impacted our communities and to determine how we can support our communities using a collaborative and equitable approach. Join us to see the information we have gathered as well as give your feedback on the topic!
Who: Anyone who lives, works, plays, or learns in the South Shore communities of Cudahy, Oak Creek, South Milwaukee, or St. Francis is invited to join us.
What: During these events, you will have an opportunity to view results from recent surveys, focus groups, and interviews. You will also have an opportunity to share your experiences and will be invited to participate in the creation of a community map that will explore what we need, in our communities, to be healthy and thrive.
When/Where: If you are unable to attend this event, check out the other dates we are offering here.
Why: These events will help your local health departments, as well as other South Shore agencies, learn about the biggest needs that exist in the South Shore. These discussions will also direct future programming and services provided in our communities. Attendees will receive a gift for participating (while supplies last) and can enter for a chance to win a raffle prize!
Are you looking to be more involved in your community? The South Milwaukee/St. Francis Healthy Community Partnership is looking for volunteers to participate in our Mental Health and Substance Misuse Workgroups! Read on...
If you need assistance with an immediate public health matter and it is after hours, contact the South Milwaukee Police Department at 414-768-8060, and your message will be forwarded to a Health Department Representative. If this is a medical emergency, please call 911 for emergency services.
Public Health services are provided to all residents. The staff that provides these services includes:
- One Public Health Administrator (Health Officer/Nursing Supervisor)
- Three full-time Public Health Nurses
- One full-time Public Health Specialist
- One full-time Clerk
- One part-time Medical Advisor
The South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department is the lead fiscal agency for an Environmental Health Consortium with Cudahy and St. Francis, in which we employ:
- One full- time and one part-time Environmental Health Specialist
- One part-time Clerk