SaintA is much more than a service provider; we are a change-agent for the thousands we serve in our programs each day. Read below for an overview of the ways in which we help children, youth and families in Milwaukee, and throughout the state, overcome barriers to their own wellbeing.
Care coordination at SaintA works to build support networks within the community for children in the Wraparound Milwaukee program, a type of managed care program designed to assist children with complex mental health and emotional needs.
Contracted through the Division of Milwaukee Child Protective Services, SaintA works to provide children with services that ensure safety, permanence and well-being.
The outpatient mental health clinic is staffed with licensed clinical professionals who provide assessments and interventions.Services are for children, youth, adults, and families who have been affected by childhood, generational and/or historical trauma.
This program provides clinical and supportive services to families from the Division of Milwaukee Child Protective Services. The goal of Family Services is family unification, promoting well being and keeping families together.
This program provides safe, nurturing foster homes for children who are unable to live with their families.
SaintA provides therapeutic and mental health consultation services to children and families throughout southeast Wisconsin using multiple platforms at every level of intervention.
Capitol West Academy is a public, tuition-free charter school with a dual emphasis on character excellence and academic greatness. CWA aims to surround every scholar with the support they need from teachers, parents, and the community, so every child can reach their full potential.
This prevention-focused mental health program, conducted in a student’s own school, helps children in elementary and middle schools whose emotional or behavioral challenges are significantly affecting school performance.
SaintA is involved in a number of efforts to provide high quality services to foster youth who are leaving the system because they turn 18.