Crisis Resource Center Waukesha County is unveiled
By NICHOLAS DETTMANN, Social Media and Digital Specialist
CFI proudly unveiled a new Crisis Resource Center in Waukesha County to provide crisis services to residents in southeast Wisconsin.
This new facility in partnership with Waukesha County is possible after 16 years of experience providing similar services in Milwaukee County—serving more than 3,000 people each year.
“Behavioral Health Services are needed in some communities, including Waukesha,” said Leif Elsmo, president/CEO at CFI. “In Waukesha County, CFI is excited to expand. This is a banner day for us to extend these resources to Waukesha County and to the people of this county.”
Santa makes a stop at Medical Day Care
Before heading off to the North Pole, Santa stopped by our medical daycare/Pediatric Skilled Nursing and handed out gifts to the kiddos.
For three years in a row, Josefina Jimenez and her family has held a drive collecting toys and necessities to give to the kids and families of PSN.
Josefina also has a 3-year-old daughter in the program, Alondra.
Thank you Josefina and your family for your kindness and support!
Also in this month’s newsletter:
- CFI hosts annual hot chocolate social.
- A thank you to all supporters of MCFI Foundation this holiday season.
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