Neighborhood House goals align with major community initiatives aimed at helping people of all ages realize their full potential through
•academic engagement and achievement
•access to post-secondary opportunities
•and family engagement in the educational process.
Neighborhood House is based on Milwaukee’s near west side with programs at its main site, 2819 N. Richardson Place, as well as International Learning Center(ILC) at 639 N. 25th Street, Safe Place at Albert Story School at 3815 W. Kilbourn Avenue, and a 93-acre Nature Center in Dodge County. With a traditional service area bounded by 35th Street on the west, 20th Street on the east, Cherry Street on the north, and Wisconsin Avenue on the south, participants also come from Concordia, Avenues West, Merrill Park, Cold Spring Park and Midtown neighborhoods, and the northwest side, south side, and beyond.
ILC provides ESL, literacy, adult basic education and citizenship classes tailored to the needs of refugees and immigrants with little or no prior education.