Walker’s Point Youth & Family Center is profiled in the National Network For Youth’s 2015 report, “What Works to End Youth Homelessness? What We Know Now” as one of the country’s community-based organizations that is “leading a national movement that focuses public funding toward innovative solutions to end youth homelessness.”
Profiled in the Federal Report to Congress on the Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs Fiscal Years 2012 and 2013 for its outcomes with youth served in its Transitional and Supportive Housing Program.
Selected by United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County to receive the Wolverton Fund Award in recognition of its high-quality programming and integrity serving at-risk youth.
Proclamation from the Mayor of Milwaukee commemorating Walker’s Point Youth and Family Center’s thirty-five years of service to Milwaukee youth and families.
Named Social Work Field Placement of the Year by the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare.
The Center receives a Certificate of Appreciation from the City of Milwaukee for its shelter and services to homeless youth, and its excellence and dedication to community service in Milwaukee.
Walker’s Point Youth and Family Center received a Certificate of Honor from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in appreciation of the agency’s runaway and homeless youth services.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Louis Sullivan visits the Walker’s Point emergency shelter. A youth and parent client from the program testifies to a Congressional committee on the importance of runaway and homeless youth services.