Promotes and supports quality early care and education for children in McHenry County.
Provides family and individual counseling, social work, bilingual outreach, and education services.
A youth development program that builds character teaches the responsibilities of participating in citizenship and develops personal fitness by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun.
A youth companion and mentoring program that matches volunteers and at-risk youth to develop positive relationships that have a direct impact on the lives of young people.
Programs include individual and family counseling and bilingual outreach services for everyone, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or ability to pay.
Provides nutritious meals and a wellness check
to homebound seniors and offers group dining
to encourage socialization and prevent isolation
to those 60 and older.
Volunteers advocate for abused and neglected children to help them find safe, permanent homes where they can thrive, making a life-long difference for children.
Head Start provides a comprehensive developmental preschool program for children aged 3-5 years that includes health, dental, nutrition, social services, and parental education for low-income families.
Advocates for children who are victims of abuse help by coordinating the activities of the agencies involved in the investigation, prosecution, and treatment referral.
Provides services to children, adults, and families impacted by developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Promotes financial responsibility through counseling, education, and money management services, including financial counseling and advice, debt reduction programs, bankruptcy education, and mortgage foreclosure prevention.
Provides quality primary and specialty health care services to the uninsured and underinsured through a committed group of volunteer physicians, nurses, and dedicated staff.
Improves working conditions for low-income farmworkers, nursery workers, greenhouse workers, landscapers, snow plowing workers, packinghouse workers, cannery workers, restaurant workers, and meat and poultry workers and their households through community outreach and education, information, and referrals, and partnering with other organizations to fight human labor trafficking.
A DCFS-licensed childcare facility that provides daycare in a nurturing environment that is rich in developmentally appropriate activities for children six weeks to 12 years.
Provides evidence-based programs, services, and social activities at a pleasant, safe, and welcoming gathering place and in the senior’s home or other comfort setting.
Provides transitional housing and supportive services for women with children, single women, and pregnant women who are homeless.
Provides opportunities for girls ages 5-17 to develop leadership skills and self-esteem through age-specific activities while they discover their personal best and prepare for a positive future.
Provides adult day health and memory care programs, behavioral health services, and physical, occupational, and speech therapy
Provides accessible primary health care services to low-income, uninsured, publicly insured, or otherwise vulnerable individuals struggling to find assistance.
Provides various mental health services free of cost, including self-help groups, educational classes, workshops, training, community presentations, wellness programs, and advocacy.
Providing free, comprehensive, trauma-informed services to victims of sexual violence, including individual, family, and group counseling for sexual assault victims and significant others, as well as 24/7 medical and criminal justice advocacy.
Provides Services for homeless persons, including day programs, transportation, and transitional housing. It also includes delinquency prevention and intervention.
Provides civil legal services, including legal advice and court representation, to resolve critical disputes and secure basic needs for older adults, the disabled, victims of abuse, and low-income families.
Offers programs that provide quality, evidence-based mental health and substance abuse treatment in an environment that fosters lasting recovery.
Offers a summer day camp program for youth in preschool through tenth grade with supervised activities that teach core values, conflict resolution, and leadership skills.
Provides services including emergency food, shelter, clothing, some rent and utility assistance, and an after-school community center providing recreation and education resources for children K-8th grade.
Assists seniors in maintaining independence by providing no-cost volunteer services, including transportation, friendly visits, housekeeping, yard raking, minor home maintenance, shopping, and respite care.
Provides services to senior citizens that include case management, caregiver respite, transportation, health, nursing home ombudsman, recreation, 24-hour crisis services, and senior companion program.
Provides domestic violence services, including 24-hour crisis intervention, response and emergency shelter, legal and non-legal advocacy, individual and group counseling, and partner abuse prevention.
Provides veterans in need and their families the services necessary to experience hope and achieve success.
Provides after-school and summer programming for at-risk youth; parenting and personal development education programs for adults; navigation and translation services, referrals, linkages, and advocacy for Spanish-speaking individuals and for all those in need.