Resources for Bigs and Parents/Caregivers

We could all use a little help from time to time. If you need a hand, contact your Match Support Specialist or check out these helpful resources.

COVID-19 RESOURCES

COVID-19 Resources for our families, youth, and Bigs - includes Food & Financial Resources; Talking with Kids about COVID-19; Self Care During Stressful Times for Youth and Adults; and Activities Kids Can Do at Home

Learn more about temporary program changes and ways to stay connected

EDUCATION

Great Schools offers ratings and comparison data to help families find the schools that are a best for their child. The website also has many worksheets and tools to help support children in school.

Milwaukee Public Library and Waukesha Public Library provide tutoring, reading programs and computer access.

College Board offers a variety of tools and resources to help you prepare and plan for college.

CHILD SAFETY

Pathfinders provides services to youth, young adults and families dealing with homelessness, mental health issues, abuse, educational needs or addiction.

Walker’s Point Youth and Family Center meets the needs of runaway, homeless and other troubled youth and their families. They provide free, confidential services to help resolve personal and family problems and strengthen family relationships.

Pearls for Teen Girls is a non-profit leadership development organization serving at-risk girls, ages 10 to 19. PEARLS helps girls achieve in school, avoid teen pregnancy, and use their personal power to achieve their goals and dreams.

Learn about LGBTQ+ Inclusion at Big Brothers Big Sisters.

MEDICAL

The Milwaukee Safety-Net Clinic Inventory is a comprehensive directory of the free and community  health clinics serving low income uninsured and underinsured residents in Milwaukee County.

Greater Milwaukee Free Clinic provides free medical care to low income, working individuals without medical insurance of the ability to pay for medical care.