The Survive Alive House (SAH) is a cooperative effort between Milwaukee Fire Department and Milwaukee Recreation. At Survive Alive House, children in second and fifth grades learn fire safety and fire exit skills.
The children are given a hands-on, practical experience from a simulated burning building.
More than 250,000 children have experienced the fire safety program since its inception in 1992. As a result, Milwaukee’s fire-related fatalities amongst school-aged children have decreased dramatically.
You may also visit the Survive Alive House website.
To find out how your Milwaukee second or fifth grade class can attend, call us at 414-385-3240.