We're kicking off Rental Assistance in partnership with Dane County and also opening our new office space in Downtown Madison!
Urban Triage, Inc. in partnership with Dane County announce the allocation of 10.6 million dollars in rental assistance funds.
Urban Triage Announces the Details of Their Grand Opening Event for Their New Office and Community Space
Urban Triage, Inc. is excited to announce the grand opening of the Urban Triage office and community space, located at 2312 South Park Street, Madison, Wisconsin, 53713.
Urban Triage, Inc. (“Urban Triage”, “we”, or “our”), with the support of the City of Madison, has secured new community space at 2312 S. Park Street (the old UW South Partnership offices). We are committed to empowering and inspiring breakthroughs and transformation by way of education, Black economic development and leadership in Black families and Black communities while mobilizing community resources to distribute to those most in need. As dedicated advocates for those we serve, we offer community support resources and transformative programming, including but not limited to community support services, transformational education, advocacy, economic empowerment, and cultural opportunities.
Monday, August 31st, community leaders, organizers, and Black Caucus members of the State of Wisconsin will come together for a press conference to speak out about the urgency and importance of passing legislation to address police violence and uplift community solutions to end gun violence.
Urban Triage, Inc. (UT) is proud to present Thriving Through Adversity, a collection of programming and workshops dedicated to a bold approach of supporting and advocating for Black families in the City of Madison during the COVID-19 pandemic, in partnership with Madison Metropolitan School District.
In partnership with Madison Metropolitan School District Black Excellence Think Tank and Urban Triage, we are proud to present Thriving Through Adversity, a collection of workshops focused around a bold approach to supporting and advocating for black families in the Madison Metropolitan School District.
Each of the 15 organizations have been inundated with urgent requests for assistance that far exceed their individual capacities. The funds will be divided evenly among each organization to serve individuals and families in their areas of expertise. The collaborative will connect individuals and families directly to organizations that can best meet their needs as well as coordinate to provide wrap around services efficiently.