Helen Bader Foundation Awards 10K to Marquette Behavior Clinic

Released: 12/16/09

The Helen Bader Foundation has awarded $10,000 to the Marquette University Behavior Clinic for their project, Creating Sustainable Solutions to the Critical Need for Infant and Pediatric Mental Health Services in Milwaukee. The Clinic will use the funds to hire a full-time Clinical Administrator.

The Helen Bader Foundation, Inc. supports worthy organizations working in key areas affecting the quality of life in Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and Israel. The Foundation also seeks to inspire the generosity in others, believing that every individual can make a difference through gifts of time, talent, and resources.

The Behavior Clinic, which was founded in 2003 by the College of Education and Penfield Children’s Center, provides free mental health services for inner-city families with young children who are experiencing severe behavioral and emotional problems. For more information about the Behavior Clinic, training opportunities for graduate students and the clinic's research, contact Dr. Robert Fox at or (414) 288-1469.


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