Alicia’s Place FoodShare Resource Center now open at Midtown
The Hunger Task Force celebrated the grand opening of their new satellite location today for FoodShare outreach at 4144 N. 56th St. in Midtown Center. Dubbed “Alicia’s Place,” the location is housed on Milwaukee’s North Side, and clients are welcome to walk-in Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to receive one-on-one assistance with FoodShare and all other federal nutrition programs in English, Spanish, Hmong and Burmese. This is the second such satellite location and joins the Robles Self-Service Center on Milwaukee’s South Side.
The new location’s namesake – Alicia – is Alicia Williams, a former Hunger Task Force FoodShare Assistant who helped connect people in the community to FoodShare resources from 2009 – 2018. Throughout her career, Alicia has worked with several social services organizations, helping those with mental illness, trauma and addiction get access to resources and housing. Additional information on Hunger Task Force and the FoodShare program can be found by visiting https://www.hungertaskforce.org/.
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