Chico’s House Youth Development Center is a for-profit LLC focused on providing a safe haven for youth 5-17 during Out of School Time (OST) hours, and directing them away from the pressures of inappropriate behaviors.  

Studies have shown that the OST hours (3pm-7pm during the school year and all-day during the summer) is a critical time where youth and children tend, if unsupervised, tend to participate in sedentary activities, high-risk behaviors and often display poor eating habits. This year we will be launching a host of programs and services.

The goal of Chico’s House is to help young children create pathways to success and become widely known and recognized in the community for its positive impact on the youth it serves.


Good News



Starting April 2023,  we will begin in person service from a PHYSICAL LOCATION
Elevate Arts and Event Space!!!


Please Join us for Elevate Arts and Event Space Grand opening
Saturday, April 8, 2023 at  5 p.m.  to 9 p.m.
2625 S Greeley St. Suite 228
Milwaukee,WI, 53207 



Photos and memories of our community events!

In Your Honor

Chico's House, was formed in honored of the beloved Chico D. Robertson who was murdered due to gun violence January 9th, 2012. While pressing through the grieving process Brianna Nimox-owner who is also the oldest sister to Chico worked to obtain both a Bachelors and Masters degree. 

While that may have been a difficult time Brianna, she decided to turn the remainder of the bereavement period into an opportunity to help save lives of those at risk of becoming incarcerated. Chico's testimony will serve as a guideline to help youth down the path of success.
Chico’s story, childhood experiences, music dreams, triumphs and mishaps, and positive contributions will be shared with the youth that we serve with hopes that by keeping them busy they would never get bored.


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Any student between the ages of 5 and 17 years old whose family income is at or below 300% of the federal poverty level may be eligible for free or reduced services.