MCHC Clinic Whether you’re uninsured or under-insured, our clinic has a variety of low cost options to accommodate your needs. Please keep in mind that the list below is not exhaustive.
If you have any questions about the services we provide or would like to inquire about a specific issue, please don’t hesitate to visit us.
- Urgent Care
- Primary Care
- Adult and Child Physicals
- DOT Physical
- Workman’s Comp
- Health Screenings
- Adult and Child Vaccinations
- Travel and Immigration Vaccinations
- Men//Women Health
- Chronic Disease Management
- On-Site Lab
Services include treatment of depression, anxiety, mood disorders, panic disorder, substance abuse and managing stressful and challenging life situations. Mental Health treatment starts with the assessment and development of a treatment plan which requires 1-2 sessions. Treatment varies from weekly sessions to bimonthly sessions for 12-24 weeks.
Take the first step towards a peaceful life:
- Couple/Marriage Counseling
- Addiction and Substance Abuse
- Family Counseling
- Anger Management
- Communication problems with children
- Low Self Esteem
Group therapy and educational opportunity is offered to address following:
- Depression and Anxiety Management
- Postpartum Depression Support Group
- Parenting and Relationships
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Sakina Senior Center
There are a number of reasons to plan a visit to the Sakina Senior Center, here are just a few:
Expand Your Knowledge – it is never too late to learn something new, Sakina Senior Center offers a wide range of education activities to keep your mind sharp. Seniors can participate in many educational opportunities to stay engaged.
Social Interaction – Enjoy meeting new people who share similar interests with you.
Increase Energy– Keeping your body and mind active is one major way to help prevent many health problems.
We aim to provide top services for seniors, in order to provide the best for their mind and body. Some of the services that Sakina Senior Center provides are the following:
- Arts and Crafts Club
- Cooking Club
- Exercise Program
- Field Trips
- Mental and Emotional Support
- Milwaukee County Dining Site – Nutritious Halal Meals
- Social Activities
- Prayer Facility
- Professional Supervision
Living Well With Chronic Conditions
Chronic diseases and conditions such as hypertension, type 2 diabetes, obesity and heart disease can affect all aspects of life. Let MCHC provide you with the tools to allow you to better manage your health by enrolling in a free six week class called, Living Well with Chronic Conditions, an evidence-based workshop for people who have one or more chronic conditions.
Diabetes Prevention Program
Prediabetes is a serious condition affecting 1 out of 3 American adults—that’s 86 million people! MCHC holds a Diabetes Prevention Program, which is a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program is a proven way to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this program or how to enroll.
Breast Health Education
MCHC continues to educate women on Breast Health Education and the value of getting annual mammograms. For more information please contact email@example.com.
Let’s Talk About Medicine
MCHC plans to improve health literacy by educating participants with low health literacy about prescription labels. MCHC will provide a education workshop on “Lets Talk About Medicines” workbook. MCHC will also improve health outcomes of the participants by improving preventable drug errors of participants. Thank you to Wisconsin Medical Society for their support.
MCHC plans to educate individuals on the connection between eating healthy and cancer prevention. MCHC plans to define what it means to follow a healthy diet by sharing standards that include but are not limited to the American Cancer Society Guidelines.
Alzheimer and Dementia Education
MCHC holds monthly Education workshops in multiple languages on:
- Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer’s
- 10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s
- Strategies to Aging Well
Sakina Community Garden
MCHC began its community garden, called Sakina Community Garden in the Spring of 2015. MCHC added six container beds for the initial use for the Senior Center based at MCHC. The community garden has grown to a total of nine container beds and a fruit tree orchard. The objective shifted focus by supplying fresh produce for food shelters, utilizing fresh produce for community members to learn healthy ways to cook and lastly for the Senior Center. Currently, our community gardens are overseen by volunteer youth, senior center members and master gardeners, determining logistical planning on soil tilling, planting, harvesting and supply chain.
MCHC is committed to providing quality community outreach health and wellness programs. We frequently attend health fairs, screenings, special events, and educational opportunities in a variety of settings to strengthen the well-being of the community. MCHC offers the convenience of the following on-site screenings and services at your event or place of business. Most services can be offered at no charge. Please call for more details.
- Blood Pressure
- Total Cholesterol
- Glucose Readings
- Nutrition information, cooking demonstrationsWellness Lectures for the Workplace
If you would like to invite MCHC to participate in your upcoming health or wellness event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to the current services, there are many more services planned for the future, as follows:
- On Site Specialty Care
- Physical Therapy