Translated information, bilingual community members and experts onsite
Multicultural Coalition, Inc. (MCI) will host a free health and wellness event in Chilton. On Thursday, July 27, members of the community are invited to Klinker Park in Chilton (map) for a health and wellness event. This family-friendly event will take place from 3-6 p.m. Families and individuals who attend these events can learn more about the renewal process for Medicaid, FoodShare and BadgerCare programs, chat with experts about mental and physical health, learn about activities and programs offered in Calumet County and access a variety of free materials such as diapers, snacks, translated literature and more.
“The people of Chilton have many social, health and wellness resources available to them,” explained Lisa Cruz, executive director of MCI. “We’re looking forward to having many resources in the same location at the same time so that community members have the chance to learn more about what Calumet County has to offer. From how to open a bank account to obtaining a library card and more, this event will provide barrier-free access to the information people need for their health and well-being.”
This community event, which is free and open to the public, will feature:
- Community resources
- Masks (for air quality)
- Spanish-speaking interpreters
- Stuffed animals
- Information about COVID-19
- Health and wellness resources
MCI’s event will be attended by: Multicultural Coalition, Inc., Partnership Community Health Center, NEW Hmong Professionals, Pointters Community Initiatives, Chilton Public Library, Calumet County Public Health, Ascension, Harbor House, Samaritan Fox Valley, Reach Counseling and Premier Credit Union.
Multicultural Coalition, Inc. (MCI), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was developed in October 2020 with the vision to improve the lives of all by creating a community that prospers together. Multicultural Coalition, Inc.’s mission is based on a movement created to acknowledge racial biases and proactively reach diverse populations with meaningful communication and actionable services, removing barriers, elevating all voices and fostering community engagement in Winnebago, Outagamie and Calumet counties. For more information, visit ourmci.org and Multicultural Coalition, Inc. on Facebook.