Community health is something that often goes overlooked in church and society, but it is incredibly important. In the other sections of our health page we talk a lot about options for personal health—specifically regarding diet and fitness. On this page, we’ll provide a number of resources for social health—both personal and community-oriented. For example: Resources for coping with mental health, poverty, homelessness, racism, domestic violence, etc. There are many organizations and entities in our area that help address community health in a positive way, and we want to curate a list of the most helpful for those who use our website.

Aging and Disability Resource Centers

Milwaukee County

Kenosha County

Racine County

Waukesha County

Community Action Agencies

Racine/Kenosha (RKCAA)

Waukesha (CACSCW)

State of Wisconsin (WISCAP)

Emergency Preparedness


Safety Sabbath & Other Resources by Adventist Risk Management

Family Services

Racine Family Resource Directory, UW-Madison

Mental Health

Impact 2-1-1 Hotline by United Way

Crisis Services Hotline

Comprehensive Community Services

Mental Health and Substance Abuse

Public Transportation

Milwaukee County Transit System (helps plan transport throughout SE Wisconsin)


SAFE Haven of Racine Youth Shelter

Women’s Resource Center of Racine

Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization (HALO), Inc., Racine

VETS Place Southern Center Union Grove

Hope House of Milwaukee

HOPES Center of Racine

Milwaukee Rescue Mission

  • Joy House (Women and Children)

  • Safe Harbor (Men)

  • Cross-Trainers Academy (At-Risk Youth)

The Guest House of Milwaukee