WA-WM PTA Council

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Our very own Community Based Transition program helps to connect young adults with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities with volunteer positions and work in our community.  Students hold an annual Rummage Sale and make and sell their own greeting cards.  Please consider supporting this great program.  

West Allis West Milwaukee Community Coalition
CDC Alcohol Portal - Effects of Drinking Alcohol on Your Health  https://www.cdc.gov/alcoholportal/
SAMHSA Treatment Locator - just type in your zip code            https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/utm_source=blog&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=FindHelp
SAMHSA Series - Rx Pain Medications - Print off or order fact sheets  https://store.samhsa.gov/list/series?name=Rx-Pain-Medications

Many schools within our district house their very own Community Closet.  If you have clothes, winter gear or other items that may help support a student in need, consider donating to one of these schools: Horace Mann Elementary, Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate, and Dottke High School. To request assistance, click on the nearest school's name for a link to their request form.

Shared Journeys, another wonderful WAWM program, has their own Community Food Pantry right outside their building on 76th St.  If your school holds a food drive considering donating locally - VERY locally - to their "Free Little Food Pantry" with popular items like rice, cereal, peanut butter, crackers, canned fruit and/or vegetables.  They are also ALWAYS in need of items like diapers, wipes, formula, children's clothes (birth-5T), children's books, personal hygiene items (for teens and/or young children)You can contact their director at smithd2@wawmsd.org