The Behavior Clinic received a grant for $1.9 million from SAMHSA to provide trauma-informed counseling to children 6 years of age and younger.
In collaboration with Gene Mueller of Newsradio 620 WTMJ and the Bosch Tavern, the “Tug the Tavern” event raised more than $5,300 to support Penfield.
225 Kohl’s Associates in Action volunteers spent 673 hours cleaning and remodeling our center and helping with our children. In support of these efforts, Kohl’s donated $21,500.
In collaboration with Kohl’s Cares, Milwaukee Bucks Rim Rockers, Milwaukee Fire, Police and Sanitation Departments, The Davidson Yell and Tell Foundation, Inc., Milwaukee County Transit System, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Safe & Sound, Inc., and LaMacchia Travel, Safety Day welcomed 200 kids and community members!
Penfield received a $90,000 grant from Aurora Health Care’s Better Together Fund for the Behavior Clinic. This funding will allow us to expand our behavioral health services and outreach to the community.