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Northwest


Northwest

Suburban

United Way

(847) 768-1074

uwnorthwest.org

Member agencies:

Access to Care u

Suburban Primary Care Council

(708) 531-0680

Nonprofit primary health care program for low income, uninsured residents of suburban Cook County.

Alexian BrotherAEs

Northwest Mental Health Centers

(847) 952-7460

Provides comprehensive mental health services including individual, family and group counseling, outpatient, day treatment and residential programs and vocational assistance.

Association for

Individual Development (AID)

(847) 888-5540

Programming for individuals with developmental disabilities; vocational and developmental training, homemaker, respite services.

Aunt MarthaAEs Youth Service Center Inc.

(708) 754.1044

Provides primary care, oral health care, and womenAEs health care services to low-income and uninsured individuals and families in Carpentersville.

Avenues to Independence

(847) 318-0870 office; (847) 541-5250 programs

Helps developmentally disabled adults to learn social and vocational skills through work activity centers; teaches them to live independently at group homes.

Barrington Youth Services

(847) 381-0345

Individual, group and family counseling; youth programs, community education, and crisis intervention services.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lake County

(847) 360-0770

Provides assistance to at-risk youth in Lake County through One-to-One mentoring relationships.

Big Brother/Big Sisters of McHenry County

(815) 385-3855

Provides programs for our youth to help them make positive choices in life. Provides one-to-one mentoring program for "at risk" youth ages 6 to 14.

Boy Scouts of America

Northeast Illinois Council

(847) 433-1813

Northwest Suburban Council

(847) 824-6880

Three Fires Council

(630) 584.9250

Provides educational programs to boys and young adults designed to build qualities of moral strength and character, develop fitness and train in the responsibilities of leadership and active citizenship.

Boys and Girls Clubs

of Dundee Township

(847) 814-7302

Character, leadership, education, career development; health and life skills; drug education for boys and girls ages 7 to 18.

The Bridge Youth

and Family Services

(847) 359-7490

Provides problem-solving and prevention programs for children aged 6-17 and their families in Palatine Township.

CASA Kane County

(630) 232-4484

Provides trained volunteers to advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children in Juvenile Court.

Catholic Charities

Northwest Suburban: (847) 376-2100

North Suburban: (847) 376-2100

Multi-service agency for all ages providing information and referral services, emergency assistance (food clothing and shelter), in-home casework services, counseling, senior services, maternity services, adoption, foster care, family shelter and transitional apartments, the LOSS program (Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide) and drug and alcohol assessments.

CEDA Northwest

Self-Help Center Inc.

(847) 392-2332

Multi-service agency providing emergency assistance for low-income families through budget and financial counseling, case management, emergency financial assistance, housing and job placement.

The Center

for Enriched Living

(847) 823-0453

Provides family and individual counseling, case management, housing and financial, legal, Medicare and employment counseling.

The Center of Concern

(847) 948-7001

Services include skill development and education for greater independence, community integration; recreation and social programs for people with developmental disabilities. …

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