The Milwaukee Center for Independence has been a leading provider of life-changing programs and services for children and adults with disabilities, special needs and barriers to success since 1938.
Howard L. Garber, Ph.D., MCFI President, welcomes you to the agency and discusses the organization's guiding principles.
MCFI and its affiliates are located in Milwaukee and Racine counties. This page includes maps and driving directions.
People who are living with a disability have the right to make their own choices about services at MCFI.
MCFI has been recognized as a leader by local, state and national organizations for its programs, services and management practices.
MCFI is committed to the highest standards of accountability for administration, clinical, business, marketing and financial management.
MCFI welcomes opportunities to advance knowledge in the disability and rehabilitation field.
MCFI is committed to promoting diversity to bring insight, creativity and perspective to the services we provide to our community.
Get the latest news about MCFI, New Health Services, Transitional LIving Services and the School for Early Development & Achievement (SEDA).
MCFI has been an innovator in programs for individuals living with special needs and other barriers to success since 1938. Read about the agency's milestones and view a video highlighting our history.
Members of the MCFI Board of Directors contribute their time and talent to further the agency's mission.
iCare coordinates health care coverage for more than 20,000 people with special needs in Southeast Wisconsin.
MCFI welcomes visitors who want to learn more about our services for children, adults and older adults with special needs. For more information or a tour, click here»
What can you do? View this inspiring video from the Campaign for Disability Employment.
MCFI Pediatric Skilled Nursing is
Accredited by the Joint Commission. MCFI core programs are accredited by CARF.