Supportive Home Care Employment Services Division (SHCES)
Since 1998, the New Health Services Supportive Home Care Employment Services Division has partnered with Milwaukee County to faithfully serve older adults and individuals with disabilities who qualify for Family Care funding. Through the Supportive Home Care Employment Services Division, we employ more than 1,200 caregivers and provide services to more than 1,400 Milwaukee residents.
New Health Services is dedicated to providing quality care to the people we serve as well as support and education to the caregivers we employ. We work in tandem with Family Care case managers to tailor a supportive home care and personal care service plan that meets individual needs.
Services such as homemaking, laundry and meal preparation help provide a safe, comfortable environment and promote wellness. Bathing, dressing and grooming are provided with dignity and respect.
For more information on New Health Service Supportive Home Care Employment Services Division, please contact:
New Health Services Team (414) 937-2033 or send us an email.
Family Care Program
Established in 1998 by the State of Wisconsin, the Family Care program is designed to give people better choices about what kinds of services and supports they get to meet their needs while improving access to services and quality through a focus on health and social outcomes.
If you are interested in learning more about the Family Care program and its eligibility requirements, please contact the Aging or Disability Resource Center in your county.
To access timecards and other important forms for NHS Supportive Home Care, click here.