What we do?

MCHC is short for Muslim Community and Health Center of Wisconsin. We were established in 2004 and are a nonprofit organization, and are 501-C3 approved since February 2012. MCHC has four branches that include our Family Practice Clinic, Behavioral Health and Mental Health Clinic, Sakina Senior Center,and Refugee Resource Center. Most of all, we are an organization that is dedicated to providing high quality services and compassionate care.

Service We are Offering

Family services
Family services
Behavioral Health
Behavioral Health
Sakina Senior Center
Sakina Senior Center
Refugee Resources

About Us

The Muslim Community and Health Center of Wisconsin‘s mission is to strengthen the Milwaukee community and increase the well-being of its residents by providing free and charitable health care services, social services, counseling, emergency assistance, educational and job-training programs. MCHC’s guiding principles are based on the Muslim values of compassion, kindness, peace, and diversity.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

COVID-19 vaccination appointments for the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine are available at our center for people age 18 and older. The Pfizer vaccine is also available for children ages 5 to 11.


In order to serve you better, we encourage scheduling appointments; however, walk-ins are welcome. Whether it’s an ear infection, abdominal pain, bumps, or a high fever, make a non-urgent appointment today by calling (413) 939-4411. If this is a medical emergency and you are in need of immediate care, please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room or facility.

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