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Social Service Organizations in Chicago, IL
1.University Of Chicago
5801 S Ellis Ave
One of the world's premier academic and research institutions, the University of Chicago has driven new ways of thinking since our 1890 founding. Today, UChicago is an intellectual destination that draws inspired scholars to our Hyde Park and international campuses, keeping UChicago at the nexus of ideas that challenge and change the world. Our education empowers individuals to challenge conventional thinking in pursuit of original ideas. Students in the undergraduate College broaden their perspectives on world issues in the rigorous Core curriculum. Graduate programs through our five divisions, six professional schools, and the Graham School of Continuing Liberal Arts and Professional Studies transform scholars into leaders and grant access to professors often lauded as some of the world's greatest thinkers.
2.Jewish Federation of Metro Chicago
30 S Wells St
The Jewish United Fund/ Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago is a non-profit social welfare institution addressing the needs of Chicago?s Jewish community. We provide critical resources that bring food, refuge, health care, education and emergency assistance to 300,000 Chicagoans of all faiths and two million Jews around the world. Through our traditions, we can improve the welfare of those less fortunate with fundraising, volunteerism and support services. We are comprised of nearly 70 agencies and programs that care for people at every stage of life, regardless of the ability to pay. We give a voice to the vulnerable members ? immigrants, the elderly and poor, disabled and children. Help us continue our tradition of humanitarian services. Please visit our website for more information about our programs. Call the Jewish United Fund today.
3.Community Alternatives Unlimited
8765 W Higgins Rd
CAU (Community Alternatives Unlimited) is a private not-for-profit organization providing independent case management services to individuals with a wide range of disabilities, including development disabilities, mental health needs, hearing, visual & physical impairments. Our mission is to provide services for those with short or long term disabilities & for persons to have alternatives in their communities.
4.Metropolitan Family Services
1 N Dearborn St
Metropolitan Family Services is a human services agency helping families in Chicago, IL realize their amazing inner strengths. For more than 150 years, we have catered to people of all ages in order to create an all-inclusive environment where entire families can meet, grow and learn to understand themselves and each other. We offer a variety programs, including employee assistance, legal aid and counseling. Our services are affordable for any family, as fees are on a sliding scale. If your family needs help, turn to our experts and see what our services can do for you. We offer: parent and youth development, economic stability, older adult services, violence prevention and intervention. If your family or your loved ones are suffering from a mental infliction, or if you just need someone to listen, then Metropolitan Family Services is that warm shoulder you can rely on. Visit our website to explore options available to you. We look forward to meeting you and your family soon. Call today and schedule your appointment!
5.LYDIA Home Association
4300 W Irving Park Rd
LYDIA Home Association began in 1916 as a ministry to orphans and has branched out to offer Christ-centered service to children and families across the Chicago, IL, area. Our programs meet the needs of a changing society, but our purpose remains strong ? to provide support and a safe place to children in need, and to make families stronger across the Chicago, IL, area. Our programs include: ? Residential treatment for abused and neglected children ? Foster care ? Short-term crisis care ? Child abuse prevention ? Counseling centers ? Alternative high school We are dedicated to creating healthy homes for children, and to providing comfort and healing to children who have been abused. We have expanded to other cities in Illinois and even overseas to France and Romania. Our vision is to see every child loved and cared for. To find out more about our services, or how you can help, call LYDIA Home Association today!
6.Metropolitan Family Services
1 N Dearborn St
Metropolitan Family Services is a human services agency helping families realize their amazing inner strengths. We offer a variety programs including employee assistance, legal aid, and counseling. If your family needs help, turn to our experts and see what our services can do for you. Call us today for more information!
7.Chicago Association For Citizens
8 S Michigan Ave
Provide jobs for people with disabilities, 1500 individuals with developmental disabilities & other special needs participate in CARC programs. CARC offers housing solutions, supportive staff community activities & social interactions/opportunities to those with mental disabilities. Also offers a dog walking service which creates jobs for people with disabilities. Early Intervention Centers bustle with the happy sounds of infants.
8.Illinois Action for Children
1340 S Damen Ave
Illinois Action for Children's outreach and work with low-income, hard-to-reach families, has lead us to research and implement highly effective and innovative programs and advocacy to ensure that early care and education, and other opportunities, are accessible to the children most in need. Illinois Action for Children proudly works with communities, employers, and legislators to create systems of early care and education that help strengthen families and communities. What we do: • Public policy and advocacy organizing to expand access to child care and early education, and other supports • Early learning programs to make early education available to young children so they will be ready to succeed when they start school • Resource and referral program to connect providers, parents, and employers with resources such as child care referrals, professional development, health services and community supports This program: • Administers the Illinois Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) for Cook County, helping over 50,000 families pay for child care each month • Trains almost 19,000 child care providers each year • Provides child care referrals for over 20,000 children per year including almost 1,000 children of teenage and foster parents • Connects thousands of underserved children with literacy, mental health, and nutrition resources
9.Among Friends Adult Day Care Inc.
13333 Cicero Ave
This is the best adult care.
10.Lutheran Social SvcServing the Chicago, IL area
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois offers a range of community-based services. It offers adoption and foster care services, as well as pregnancy testing and counseling. The organization provides services for the victims of confinement, willful deprivation, financial exploitation, and physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Lutheran Social Services of Illinois offers classes in computers, math, reading, science, table manners, and social skills. Additionally, it operates residential treatment centers and provides transitional living services. The organization offers group homes for individuals with developmental disabilities and organizes various social activities. Lutheran Social Services of Illinois also offers counseling and mental health services. It provides adult day care services and offers physical, occupational and speech therapies. The organization provides various nursing services that include medication administration and personal care assistance. Lutheran Social Services of Illinois maintains a location in Champaign, Ill.
1607 W Howard St Fl 2
Housing Opportunities for Women, also known as HOW, serves homeless women and children. It is supported by the Chicago Department of Public Health, Chicago Department of Housing, Kraft Foods, Landau Family Fund, Little Angel Foundation, Lloyd A. Fry Foundation, McMaster-Carr Supply Company and Morse Charitable Trust. It is also funded by Nuveen Investments, The Owens Foundation and Packaging Corporation of America. Housing Opportunities for Women publishes regular newsletters that reports events and activities of the organization. It offers a range of case management, employment assistance, educational and health services. The organization also operates several community outreach programs. Housing Opportunities for Women has its administrative office in Chicago.
12.Habitat for Humanity Chicago
2201 S Halsted St Ste 1251
13.Lutheran Social Services
10 W 35th St Ste 1504-1
14.American Red Cross
2200 W Harrison St
The Red Cross is a non-profit organization offering classes in CPR and First aid as well as disaster relief, support for out armed forces and humanitarian aid.
15.Maryville Madden Shelter/CYO
1658 W Grand Ave
Great facility and a wonderful staff
16.Akarama Foundation Community Service Center
6220 S Ingleside Ave
I can't review anything because on this website it doesn't say anything about what this foundation does. It says volunteer workers placement service. but it doesn't say anything about the kind of work you provide or the kind of worker you are asking for. do they have to be a phd person or can anybody volunteer, like someone disabled? so tell me what do you mean so I can rate it. email@example.com I want to volunteer.
233 S Wacker Dr Ste 2400
Easter Seals is a nonprofit organization that serves individuals with disabilities and their families. The organization manages a network of more than 550 sites in the United States. It offers educational, outreach and advocacy programs. The organization provides occupational and physical therapies. Easter Seals also offers audiology, early intervention, and speech and language pathology services. The organization maintains over 80 child development centers and serves nearly 7,000 children and their families. It provides a variety of home- and community-based services to adults and senior citizens. In addition, the organization offers recreation and camping services. Easter Seals provides employment and training solutions.
18.Hebrew Immigrant Aids Society
216 W Jackson Blvd Ste 700
The American Dietetic Association, also known as ADA, is one of the world s largest organizations of food and nutrition professionals. The organization helps to advance the profession of dietetics through research, education and advocacy. Founded in 1917, it has more than 68,000 members that include registered dietitians, dietetic technicians, consultants, educators, researchers and students. The American Dietetic Association s members represent a range of practice areas, including public health, sports nutrition, diet counseling, cholesterol reduction, diabetes, and heart and kidney diseases. The organization operates the American Dietetic Association Foundation, which serves nearly 200 students through graduate, undergraduate and continuing education scholarships. It maintains a location in Chicago.
19.Chicago Area Project
55 E Jackson Blvd
The Chicago Area Project, also known as CAP, is a private, nonprofit organization that addresses the problems of juvenile delinquency in the communities in Chicago, Ill. The organization serves the residents of Cook County, Ill. It administers various prograsm that include the Community Service Program (CSP), Community Organizing (CO), Juvenile Justice Diversion and African American Male Rites of Passage (ROP). The Chicago Area Project also offers Mentoring, Training & Employment (MTE), Women in Transition (WIT) and Youth as Resources (YAR) programs. The organization focuses on issues, such as direct service, advocacy, community organizing and family development. The Chicago Area Project also provides training services and a range of after-school programs for youths.
20.Chicago Abused Women Coalition
1116 N Kedzie Ave
Connections for Abused Women and their Children, also known as CAWC, works toward ending domestic violence. It provides emergency shelter for women and children. The organization also offers individual and group counseling and advocacy services. Connections for Abused Women and their Children provides the Haymarket Center Domestic Violence Program. It operates throughout Chicago and offers domestic violence service programs. In addition, the organization s Humboldt Park Outreach Program includes crisis intervention, safety planning and referral solutions. Connections for Abused Women and their Children provides 24-hour hotline services. It also offers life skills training and educational solutions. The organization provides support services and conducts special events.
21.Chicago House & Social Services
1925 N Clybourn Ave Ste 401
Founded in 1985, Chicago House is a nonprofit organization that provides a variety of housing and support services for individuals and families affected with HIV and AIDS in the Midwest. It offers assistance in the areas of poverty, homelessness, substance abuse and mental illness. The organization administers various residential, scattered-site housing and prevention programs. Chicago House provides a family support program that includes basic life skill, housing and case management services. It also conducts several prevention programs that feature safe health practices, medication adherence and peer counseling assistance. Additionally, Chicago House participates in various fundraising events. The organization is located in Chicago.
22.Metropolitan Family Services North Center
3249 N Central Ave
Founded in 1857 as the Chicago Relief and Aid Society, Metropolitan Family Services is a mental health care organization that offers social and counseling services to more than 55,000 families and individuals annually. It provides case management, violence prevention, and school-based child and youth development services. The organization also offers psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, crisis intervention and counseling services. It provides placement, family therapy and guidance services for children of separating parents. Metropolitan Family Services offers employee assistance programs that focus on anger management services and administration consultation for various companies. Additionally, it provides case management and psychological services, as well as legal assistance for issues related to financial exploitation, domestic violence, and physical and sexual abuse. Metropolitan Family Services maintains a presence in Chicago.
23.Community Human Services
3403 W Lawrence Ave Ste 206
In July 1980, the organization initiated services to adjudicated, delinquent adolescents referred by Cook County Juvenile Probation. This service has been maintained to date. Over its 30-plus year history, the organization has provided Youth and Family counseling and case management services via our Unified Delinquency Intervention Services; Crisis Intervention Services and case management via Comprehensive, Community-Based Youth Services; Micro-Computer training to low-income adolescents, adults and seniors; Job Readiness, Placement and Retention services to low-income unemployed and under-employed individuals. Our programs, which ground our experiences in prevention and intervention efforts, are rooted in case management. These services are provided to youth as young as 13 to as old as 24 years of age. The managing of a youth's case can involve interaction and counseling about specific needs and issues; maintaining lines of communication with school personnel (instructional and administrative); locating, securing and monitoring external services (medical, educational, housing, or other needs); maintaining lines of communication with juvenile justice personnel (youth probation officers, parole officers, public defenders, and police officers); locating, securing and monitoring external vocational and academic services and providing tutoring in areas a youth might be lacking; and maintaining lines of communication with various members of a youth's family to deal with routine as well as crisis issues. Over this program's 30-plus year history it's had an 89% to 93% annual success rate of keeping our participants out of the Illinois Department of Corrections. These successes are due to the strong efforts of our Youth and Family Counselors who have been dedicated employees over the years Our efforts over the years are directly connected to the five major outcomes of intervention and prevention efforts: Reduction of bullying and victimization Reduction of general antisocial behavior (vandalism, fighting, theft, truancy) Reduced recidivism Increased educational and vocational attainment Improvement in social climate (improved order and discipline, more positive social relationships, more positive attitudes toward school).
2230 S Federal St
25.Kismet Family Svc Inc
2240 S Michigan Ave Ste 204
26.Change Foundation Inc
2717 S Michigan Ave
3617 S State St
3600 S Seeley Ave
411 S Wells St Ste 700
30.Connections For Abused Women
1901 W Harrison St
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