Casa ALBA Melanie serves as a hub for information and referral, bringing together persons seeking assistance with service providers in the community. Since opening its doors in February, 2012, Casa ALBA Melanie has been well received in the community, and experiences continuous growth and involvement. The Center is open Monday through Friday each week. With classes, consultations, assistance, support groups, and walk-in concerns, more than 300 persons come through Casa ALBA monthly … not counting the many phone calls.
Our mission is to nurture the well-being and wholesome development of all members of the Hispanic community living in the greater Green Bay area.
Our vision is that Hispanics living in the greater Green Bay area, who are very talented and community-conscious, will achieve their dreams and provide meaningful presence and service in the community.
Our purpose is to provide a place of trust for Hispanic families to become part of the community.
General Presentation | English | Show
A PowerPoint presentation on immigrants, Casa Alba Melanie, and the services we provide to our clients. Run-time is 5:39.
Video Presentation | English | YouTube
A video on Casa Alba Melanie, which describes some of the services provided. Run-time is 9:47.
Office Presentation | Spanish | PowerPoint | Show
A presentation developed for the foyer of the Casa Alba Melanie office to inform our clients about our services as they wait for their appointments.
Our Services | Spanish | PowerPoint | Show
A presentation, in Spanish, on the services that Casa Alba Melanie provides to its clients. This presentation is used on our website or with Facebook
Our formal organization name is Casa ALBA Melanie. A rough translation is: “Casa” means “Home”, and “ALBA” means “Dawn” for newness or hope. ALBA is also an acronym for “Association for Latino Well-Being and Assistance”. Melanie is a tribute to the organization’s first Executive Director, Sister Melanie Maczka.