To inspire discovery in children and families of all backgrounds in our community
To be the educational, civic cornerstone that strengthens families and builds connections across communities
Founded in 1945 as a safe and nurturing place for urban youth, families and seniors, Neighborhood House is a community-based, educational center serving individuals and families at all stages of life and regardless of income. Neighborhood House reaches more than 4,000 people annually through services including quality early child care, after school programs for youth and teens, adult education for refugees, parenting support and a food pantry.
Neighborhood House goals align with major community initiatives aimed at helping people of all ages realize their full potential through
- Educational & Academic Support
- Academic Engagement and Achievement
- Character and Leadership development
- Family Engagement in the Educational Process
- Food Pantry & Resource Support
Neighborhood House is based on Milwaukee’s near west side with programs at its main site, 2819 N. Richardson Place, as well as International Learning Program at 639 N. 25th Street, Safe Place at Albert Story School at 3815 W. Kilbourn Avenue, and a 90-acre Nature Center in Dodge County. NH educational programming also goes out into schools throughout the metropolitan area.
Neighborhood House is Building Community
Neighborhood House is Transforming Lives
Neighborhood House is Strengthening Families
- Tony’s Story: A father shares his experiences with Neighborhood House and United Way
- This Radio 88Nine news story captures some of the excitement of a class for displaced workers at International Learning Center