Homeless Shelters

Chicago
Homeless Shelters

Chicago Homeless Shelters

National Runaway Switchboard

3080 North Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60657
(773) 880-9860

Services

Homeless Family Reunification Services for Homeless Youth, Internet Based Crisis Intervention for Homeless Youth, Runaway Prevention Programs, Runaway/Homeless Youth Hotlines, Specialized Information and Referral for Homeless Youth, Transportation Expense Assistance for Homeless Youth

Eligibility

Runaway youth (age 12-21), their family and friends

Hours

24 hours daily

Area Served

Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Marin County, Napa County, San Francisco County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Solano County, Northern California, Statewide, Nationwide

Teen Living Programs

162 West Hubbard
Chicago, IL 60654
(866) 803-8336

Services

Teen Living Programs (TLP) provides a 24 hour hotline for runaway or homeless teens. In addition, TLP provides short-term shelter and offers services and referrals for runaway and homeless teens, including job training, educational support, mental and holistic health care, and life skills training. Emergency shelter is available up to 21 days for 14-17 year olds, and up to 18 months for 18-21 year olds. Agency does not serve pregnant youth or youth with children. **Services are provided in English and Spanish.

Eligibility

Homeless teens and teens who are not wards of the State; no pregnant teens or teen parents.

Documents

Call the Hotline anytime or call for appointment.

Hours

24 Hours 7 Days a week for Teen Help Line

REST - Women's Shelter

1011 West Wilson Avenue
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 728-1458

Services

REST is now a comprehensive homeless services provider operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In FY ???09 REST served 1,242 unduplicated homeless clients with bare necessities. Our programs include social services with individual case management and life skills classes, interim housing (100 beds) permanent housing (100 apartments), emergency shelter, food, clothing and a weekly volunteer medical clinic. Over more than thirty years of helping homeless people, REST has sheltered tens of thousands of clients, served over a million meals and housed over one thousand people REST has saved countless lives and helped our clients to begin again.

REST - Administrative Offices & Men's Shelter

941 West Lawrence Avenue
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 784-0909

Services

REST is now a comprehensive homeless services provider operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In FY ???09 REST served 1,242 unduplicated homeless clients with bare necessities. Our programs include social services with individual case management and life skills classes, interim housing (100 beds) permanent housing (100 apartments), emergency shelter, food, clothing and a weekly volunteer medical clinic. Over more than thirty years of helping homeless people, REST has sheltered tens of thousands of clients, served over a million meals and housed over one thousand people REST has saved countless lives and helped our clients to begin again.

Pacific Garden Mission

1458 South Canal
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 492-9410

Services

Since 1877, Pacific Garden Mission has been a refuge Millions weary of struggling through life's storms, have come to the Old Lighthouse??? seeking food, shelter, clothing, medical, and dental care.

Alternative Emergency Shelter Men, women & children Clients must be able to climb stairs If on meds, must have meds with them No sex offenders Open 24/7

North Side Housing & Supportive Services

835 West Addison, Lower Level
Chicago, IL 60613
(773) 327-1389

Services

Operates as Lakeview Shelter Alternative Emergency Shelter & Supportive Housing.

Maryville - Saint Margaret of Scotland Specialty Shelter

1209 West 98th Street
Chicago, IL 60643
(773) 371-2500

Services

St. Margaret of Scotland Specialty Shelter provides emergency short term residential care for girls & young women, ages 13 to 21, including pregnant and parenting teenagers The shelter enables the young women to retain ties to their families and communities until placement options are made.

Maryville - Crisis Nursery

4015 North Oak Park Avenue
Chicago, IL 60634
(773) 205-3600

Services

Provides short term emergency shelter for children newborn through age five Families use the program on a voluntary basis, knowing that their children will be safe and secure while they are dealing with crisis While staying with us at the nursery, children are cared for in a nurturing environment and are provided a safe haven from experiences and environments that could harm them Families receive support through crisis interventions, counseling and referrals to community resources This is the only such facility in the Chicagoland area 24 Hour Help Line, 773-205-3637.

Great Hope Family Center

2622 West Cermak Road
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 640-5389

Services

Alternative emergency shelters & resources.

Franciscan Outreach Association

1645 West LeMoyne
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 278-6724

Services

We offer the homeless of Chicago a healthy dose of respect and dignity along with our emergency services and one-on-one practical assistance.

Sign up for beds at 2:30, 5:30 & 7:30 p.m Beds are usually taken before 7:30 p.m No spots guaranteed, must leave by 6:30 a.m.

Alternative Emergency Shelter.

A Safe Haven

180 West Washington, Suite 1000
Chicago, IL 60602
(312) 372-3820

Services

A Safe Haven was founded on a simple vision... to create recovery home living that champions the quality of life that surrounds people. Today, we are one of the most effective and innovative providers of recovery home services in the Midwest.

Recovery involves a mix of service components Each client designs a personal recovery plan that coordinates and utilizes an array of support services that meet unique needs and helps an individual initiate or sustain recovery Once a case manager coordinates services, clients are taught how to implement the plan through instruction, coaching and increasing self awareness

A Safe Haven supports an individual as he enters into and sustains long term recovery from alcohol and drug abuse. Detoxification, treatment and mental health services are available and trained recovery case managers, on site at A Safe Haven, work individually with each client to design a personal Continuum of Housing and Care 12 Step programs, child care, medical support, technical job training, core life skills including hygiene, grooming, punctuality, meal preparation, increase a client's ability to stay sober and productive. Sober and transitional residences evolve into affordable housing opportunities for clients as long term recovery is sustained.

A Safe Haven boasts one of the highest rates of sustained sobriety by clients, along with nearly 100% family reintegration of our residents with their children. We provide training and business ownership in the salon and spa industry at A Nail Haven. First, a healthy, safe and recovery supported living environment...then, the option of affordable housing. Job skills and recovery management sustain a place to live.

We have provided housing and recovery home services since May 1995 and are fully licensed by the State of Illinois. We operate eleven multi-residential units, seven of which are licensed recovery home facilities, four of which are also affordable housing units. On a daily basis, we provide residential recovery services to over 800 individuals.

Keyword/Resource Guide: Residential Care;

Southwest Chicago Pads

3121 W. 71st Street
Chicago, IL 60629
(773) 737-7070

Services

    An ecumenical and community endeavor which recognizes the dignity, uniqueness, goodness, and giftedness of all persons, SWCP is impelled to help homeless persons and those at risk of becoming homeless. An ecumenical and community endeavor which recognizes the dignity, uniqueness, goodness, and giftedness of all persons, PADS is impelled by the Gospel challenge to feed the hungry and minister to the poor. Products They seek to: Provide emergency shelter, food, clothing, and referrals for additional assistance to persons who are homeless. Prevent homelessness in their community by providing immediate referral assistance to persons facing a housing crisis. Make the wider community aware of the plight of people who are homeless and the need for advocacy on their behalf. An ecumenical and community endeavor which recognizes the dignity, uniqueness, goodness, and giftedness of all persons, PADS is impelled by the Gospel challenge to feed the hungry and minister to the poor. Products They seek to: Provide emergency shelter, food, clothing, and referrals for additional assistance to persons who are homeless. Prevent homelessness in their community by providing immediate referral assistance to persons facing a housing crisis. Make the wider community aware of the plight of people who are homeless and the need for advocacy on their behalf.

Case Management: Two full-time case managers meet one-on-one to set and meet short- and long-term steps to greater self-sufficiency, such as enrollment in substance abuse treatment, job training. 700 adults use this important service each year. Homeless Prevention: 60 families(178 persons)

Cornerstone Community Outreach

4628 North Clifton Ave
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 506-4904

Services

In 1989, CCO sprang forth from a grassroots outreach of the now 27 year-old church community Jesus People USA Evangelical Covenant Church (JPUSA). With a genuine heart for the poor and choosing to live amongst them, Jesus People in 1979 opened their doors to some neighbors in need of meal. Starting with 2-3 individuals the numbers grew to 40-50, then 100-120, and within a few years peaked at 200-300 per day. Today, with numerous programs for the homeless and poor, CCO continues this same tradition of service with the same love, warmth and commitment to these neighbors.

Homeless Services

In His Hands Shelter

6806 S Talman Ave
Chicago, IL 60629
(773) 737-0723

Services

That every Man, Woman and Child shall receive divine care, instilled in each of the representives who have been sent as part of the nucleus of "IN HIS HANDS",. They hold these truths to be the core of their exsistence.

To make a minimum of 70 contacts with potential constituents/service participants monthly. To recruit a minimum of 25 constituents/service participants monthly. To conduct a Needs/Intrest Assessment for the 25 individuals recruited as service participants. To provide services and referrals for the individuals recruited for services. To assign a case manager to these individuals for support and counseling. To determine the number of organizational contacts and attend at least 10 meetings per month under the sponsorship of collaborating/network partners. To manage the fundraising activities.

Institute Of Women Today

7315 S Yale Ave
Chicago, IL 60621
(773) 651-8372

Services

The mission of the Institute of Women Today is twofold: to provide interim housing for homeless women and their children and to provide experiences that empower, mentor, and support women so they can achieve their highest potential. IWT operates Maria Shelter, a 50-bed transitional shelter for homeless women and their children, and the Vincennes Senior Center, which offers senior citizens a place to socialize, enjoy a nutritious meal, and learn new skills. Both facilities are located in the Englewood community of Chicago, one of the most economically deprived areas of Chicago.

MARIA SHELTER- 30 BED TRANSITIONAL SHELTER FOR HOMELESS WOMEN AND THEIR CHILDREN. ALSO PROVIDES COUNSELING, NURSING, BASIC EDUCATION AND PARENTING CLASSES.Program:Budget: NaNCategory: Population Served: Program Description: CASA NOTR DAME - 20 ROOM EXTENDED SAY FACILITY FOR HOMELESS WOMENProgram:Budget: $48,228Category: Population Served: Program Description: VINCINNES SENIOR CENTER - PROVIDES MEETINGS PLACE ACTIVITIES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF CHICAGO.

Interfaith House, Inc.

3456 W Franklin Blvd
Chicago, IL 60624
7735336013254

Services

Interfaith House provides residential and support services for people with acute medical needs, preparing them to return to independent living. Since opening their doors in 1994, Interfaith House has served over 6,000 homeless men and women suffering with illnesses and injuries in their 64-bed facility. They fill the crucial gap in care between a hospital stay and complete recovery for the homeless population, providing medical, psychosocial, spiritual, housing, and other vital services. Interfaith House is the only agency of its kind in Illinois, and one of only a handful nationwide.

Interfaith House serves injured and ill homeless adults primarily through the following programs: Assessment Respite/Supportive Living, the Health and Housing Outreach Team, and the Employment Project. The Assessment Respite/Supportive Living program helps clients to complete their medical recovery, receive support with social and psychological issues, and successfully relocate into permanent housing. A case manager is assigned to each resident to determine their needs and direct them in Resident Life Services, Behavioral Health Services and Housing Services. The Health and Housing Outreach Team provides clients who have successfully transitioned into independent housing with continuing support services for up to two years. HHOT staff make weekly in-home visits to ensure that clients are maintaining their medication regimen, keeping their medical appointments and having their basic needs are being met. Staff members also assist clients in maintaining government benefits. The Employment Project provides training sessions that help equip clients with the skills they need to find and keep a job, and have covered topics such as resume and cover letter writing, interview techniques, completing online applications and job search skills.

Lincoln Park Community Shelter

600 West Fullerton Parkway
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 549-6111

Services

The mission of the Lincoln Park Community Shelter is to bring the community together to empower homeless men and women to make life changes. 

Created in 2000 and administered by members St. Vincent de Paul Parish, the LPCS adopted the One on One Program in February 2005. The One on One Program provides direct financial assistance to people moving out of homelessness and into permanent housing by partially supporting a security deposit or rent payment. The goal of the One on One Program is to help qualified, motivated homeless applicants to obtain semi- or permanent housing. Participation in the One on One Program is open to LPCS guests and clients from other interim housing programs, and includes attendance at a series of classes aimed at building life skills such as decision-making and budgeting. After completing the classes, a participant is eligible to apply for the housing grant once they have obtained steady employment and identified affordable housing.Program:Interim Housing CommunityBudget: $125,887Category: HousingPopulation Served: Adults Program Description: The Interim Housing Community serves up to 35 guests each night year-round - 24 men and 11 women. In addition to meals and safe living space, the Interim Housing Community provides storage space, showers, and laundry facilities for guests. The average length of stay is three months, although there is no time limit as long as guests are making progress toward their goals. Last year, the LPCS provided safe, structured interim housing and three nutritious meals per day to over 260 guests.Program:On Track ProgramBudget: $101,879Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Adults Program Description: All guests of the Interim Housing Community are also enrolled in the On Track Program. The On Track Program challenges guests to address the reasons for homelessness and barriers to self-sufficiency by setting general guidelines along each Track. The On Track Program allows guests to see beyond the present and beyond immediate, basic needs to planning for the future, one in which the cycle of homelessness is broken. Designed to address individual needs, each guest selects from the following Tracks, which indicate the primary goals a person will be working on while a guest of the LPCS. Many guests choose more than one Track. Track 1: Addictions Recovery Track 2: Mental & Physical Health Track 3: Employment & Education The goal of each guest is to return to self-sufficiency through improved social functioning and independent living. Each Track has measurable outcomes, and includes assessment, goal-setting, referrals, educational groups tailored to each Track, advocacy and follow-up for each guest. The On Track Program offers many services to help achieve these goals: Intensive Case Management provides referrals to job training, substance abuse treatment, and mental health services. Daily group activities, support groups, and classes, providing educational and personal enhancement opportunities to guests. Group activities promote a healthy community, and include daily educational and support groups on topics including job search, healthy lifestyles, and daily living skills enhancement. Medical and mental health evaluations, and referrals to treatment as needed. The opportunitiy to give back to the larger community through volunteer service: Guests in Volunteer Experience (GIVE). Savings Program, in which each guest must save a percentage of income towards future housing. Technical Services that aid guests in job search, including use of mailing address, computers, telephone, and fax machines.

Southeast Community Housing Association (secha)

8153 S. Rhodes Av
Chicago, IL 60619
(312) 505-8277

Services

The SouthEast Community Housing Association exists to serve the greater Chicagoland region in the areas of housing, homeless assistance, job readiness, literacy, ex-offender services and other aspects of comprehensive community development.

General Literacy Job Readiness Ex-Offender Services Homeless Assistance Housing Assistance

The Harbour

1440 Renaissance Drive
Park Ridge, IL 60068
(847) 297-8540

Services

The Harbour provides essential services to homeless, runaway, locked out and neglected adolescent girls ages 12-21 in the north and northwest suburbs of Cook County ** Emergency Shelter is provided for girls ages 12-21 and includes crisis intervention and comprehensive services Girls need to be from the north and northwest suburbs of Cook County. The Harbour will provide emergency shelter only to out-of-state homeless female youth. **The Transitional Living Program provides longer-term housing to girls ages 16-21 along with supportive services while the girls complete high school, work part-time, learn independent skills and plan for their future The Independent Living Program offers homeless youth, ages 17-21 help securing housing in their own or shared apartments, through start-up funds and a decreasing rent subsidy while they are working toward economic independence **The Successful Teens, Effective Parents (STEPS)program gives pregnant and parenting youth ages 17-21 with financial assistance and intensive social services targeted toward their unique needs Youth receive counseling, training in independent living skills, care for their children, educational and vocational support and case management while they are learning skills to achieve economic self-sufficiency. **These supportive programs are limited to youth from these townships in Cook County: Evanston, Niles, New Trier, Northfield, Maine, Wheeling, Schaumburg, Palatine, Hanover, Barrington, Leydon, and Elk Grove.

Eligibility

No current addictions, no sexual offenders or violent offenders. Referral or parent permission is required for youth 17 and under within 24 hours. The transitional housing programs are limited to youth from north and northwest suburban Cook County.

Documents

Referral needed.

Hours

Business Office hours 9:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday. Hotline: 24 hour 7 days per week.

Hamdard Center for Health and Human Services

228 East Lake Street
Addison, IL 60101
(630) 835-1430

Services

Hamdard Center for Health and Human Services dedicated to serving South Asian, Middle Eastern and Bosnian communities in Illinois is an agency providing assistance to victims of domestic violence and to others in need in the local community. Primary services include a 24-hour crisis line, up to six months of emergency shelter for abused women and their dependent children including boys up to age 12, a transitional shelter program available for up to 2 years, and counseling and advocacy for abused women Partner Abuse Intervention services are also available for abusers Additional services include information and referral, case management, counseling, psychiatric services, and elderly abuse reporting. Hamdard Center in Addison specializes in the South Asian community The Center is a member program of the Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence. ** Services provided in English and South Asian Languages.

Eligibility

Open to all needing our services.

Documents

Call for an appointment.

Hours

9:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday;
Saturday by appointment; 24-hour crisis line

Bridge Communities Inc

505 Crescent Blvd.
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
630545061012

Services

Bridge Communities provides transitional housing and comprehensive support services to homeless families that live and work in DuPage County.

Bridge Communities provides a holistic program of housing and services,that provide the necessary elements to create permanent change in the lives of homeless families.

Shelter, Inc.

1616 North Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
(847) 255-8060

Services

Shelter, Inc. is a non-profit child welfare agency that protects abused and neglected children and adolescents by providing foster care, emergency and longer term group home services in a safe and caring environment Our Healthy Families Program provides home visits to first-time parents emphasizing child's well being and positive parenting Increased public awareness concerning child abuse, neglect and other social problems directly impacting children and their families is accomplished through our Community Education Program.

Hours

24 Hours/ 7 days a week/ 365 day a year

Midwest Shelter For Homeless Veterans

119 North West Street
Wheaton, IL 60187
(630) 871-8387

Services

Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans provides transitional living services that include psychotherapy/PTSD therapy, substance abuse assessment and treatment, job training and employment/career development, education (GED/College advising), legal assistance, and independent living skills such as budgeting, housekeeping and preparation of meals The shelter provides a highly structured environment for veterans through an established daily routine and scheduled activities. The average length of stay in the program is 9 months The shelter is drug free and residents are requested to participate in random drug screenings. Offsite services can include hospital, physicians, lawyers, educators, and business professionals in the community Staff and volunteers provide transportation to these appointments.

Eligibility

Admission criteria: Must be a US Military Veteran of any era with a Honorable discharge. Currently men only. Clinical Criteria: Substance Abuse Disorder and/or PTSD. Sobriety days needed: 45 days. Must pass breathalyzer test, drug screen, background check and have served minimum of 180 days in military service.

Documents

For admissions info contact a Case Manager. An appointment packet is online at the web site.

Hours

8:00 am-10:00 pm Daily. Residence is staffed 24 hours per day.

WINGS (Women In Need Growing Stronger) - Domestic Violence and Homeless Shelter for Women

P.O. Box 95615
Palatine, IL 60095
(847) 221-5680

Services

WINGS (Women In Need Growing Stronger) helps homeless and abused women and children by offering integrated services that meet their needs for shelter, education, guidance and support.
We provide safe, secure temporary living environments, through transitional housing and emergency shelter for Domestic Violence victims, in residential neighborhoods that allow women to go to school, work and care for themselves and their children ** Domestic violence services include shelter, a 24 hour hotline, in-person counseling, support groups and court advocacy ** WINGS provides transitional living program for homeless adult women and their children, including case management and vocational counseling WINGS operates 18 transitional homes and 3 permanent supportive housing units in north and northwest suburban Cook County and portions of Lake County in Barrington **Thrift shops in Schaumburg, Niles and Palatine support the work of WINGS. ** WINGS also offers 40 hour Domestic Violence trainings required by the State for professionals and volunteers who work with victims. ** Spanish is spoken.

Eligibility

Must be drug/alcohol free for 1-year and in 12-Step Program if addicted to alcohol or drugs. Serving North and Northwest suburbs. No geographical restrictions.

Documents

Phone intake is required and an interview.

Hours

Hotline: 24 hours 7 days per week. Office: 9:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday - Calls returned Monday-Friday in 24 hours and weekend calls returned on Monday.

Journeys from PADS to Hope

1140 East Northwest Highway
Palatine, IL 60074
(847) 963-9163

Services

Journeys from PADS to Hope assists men, women, and families in Cook County who have become or are at risk of becoming homeless The PADS program provides 19 shelters from October 1 to April 30 in suburbs from Elk Grove Village to Barrington **The HOPE Day Center offers guests/clients mental health support, job counseling and referrals, and help in securing a permanent residence. **Journeys

Eligibility

Residents of North and Northwest Cook County; to be eligible for services guests have to show that their last permanent residence was in this area.

Documents

Guests to PADS are welcomed if no outstanding warrants exist. Guests are then registerd in the Day Center and need photo identification showing most recent residency.

Hours

Shelter: 7:00 pm-7:00 am daily; Day Center: 9:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday

South Suburban PADS (Public Action to Deliver Shelter)

414 West Lincoln Highway
Chicago Heights, IL 60411
(708) 754-4357

Services

South Suburban PADS is an interfaith program providing emergency, overnight shelter for homeless adults available from 7:00 pm-7:00 am between October and April PADS sites are located in various churches and synagogues PADS also provides supportive services to the homeless, including a day time service center with case management, counseling, referrals, vocational and GED training, and access to health care. A transitional housing program also exists for homeless families. Spanish is spoken.

Eligibility

18 years of age or accompanied by a parent

Documents

Please call for more information about site locations.

Hours

Office: 9:00 am-5:00pm Monday-Friday
Shelter: 7:00 pm - 7:00 am

Fellowship Housing Corporation (FHC)

2060 Stonington Avenue
Hoffman Estates, IL 60169
(847) 882-2511

Services

Fellowship Housing Corporation (FHC) is a non-profit organization providing two year transitional housing to single mothers with mentoring, financial counseling, and help with employment. The program does not provide housing in emergencies. FHC helps persons who have been living with family and friends find a stable, affordable place of their own in the Northwest suburbs The women live in a community of apartments with other single mothers They receive help to retire their debts so that upon graduation from the program their credit scores will have improved enough to access more housing opportunities Women must work with case managers and are held accountable for their action plan to become financially stable.

Eligibility

*An applicant must be a women who is 21 or older and has custody of the children living with her. *She must have a full time job -40 hours per week - with enough money to pay a reduced amount of the rent for her apartment. *She must have transportation, an up-to-date drivers license and auto insurance. * There is no residency requirement for applicants but applicants must be willing to relocate to apartments in the Hoffman Estates and Schaumburg area.

Documents

Call the office for an application. Applicant will be interviewed on the phone, and if she meets the criteria, she is sent an application. Once it is submitted, then an in-person interview is scheduled for determining if she is eligible and accepted to the program. Entry into the program is not guaranteed.

Hours

Office: 9:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday

360 Youth Services - Transitional Housing Program

1305 West Oswego Road
Naperville, IL 60540
(630) 961-2992

Services

360 Youth and Family Services offers transitional housing for young adults in Kane and DuPage Counties; homeless males ages 18-21 with no outstanding warrants are housed in Aurora, and homeless young women ages 18-21 who are not pregnant or raising a child are housed in Lisle. 360 welcomes referrals from service providers and youth agencies in Kane County, as well as contacts from individuals A part time job or school enrollment is expected once in the transitional housing program. **The Cornerstone Group Home for Boys in Naperville provides residential services for adolescent boys (ages 13-17) who have emotional, substance abuse, and/or family problems.** 360 also provides services to families, crisis intervention, addiction counseling and prevention, and information and referral from its office in Naperville.

Eligibility

Youth in Kane and DuPage Counties; cannot accept wards of the State.

Documents

Agencies and individuals are welcome to call for more information.

Hours

Residences run 24 hours 7 days a week

Individual Advocacy Group

Corporate Offices
Romeoville, IL 60446
(630) 759-0201

Services

Mission Statement: To provide a full array of quality, outcome-based, functional and age-appropriate person and community centered services and supports for individuals in Illinois with developmental disabilities, emotional disabilities, and neurological disabilities, while providing solace and support for their families. Programs include: CILA, Intermittent CILA, Developmental Training, Home Based Services, Traumatic Brain Injury, Transitional Living for DCFS Wards ages 18-21, Post-Adoption Mentoring, and Ticket to Work See website for additional information and other Illinois locations.

Eligibility

Phone for information and appointment

Documents

Phone for information and appointment

Hours

Phone specific location for hours.

Daisy's Resource & Developmental Center

1919 Sherman Avenue
North Chicago, IL 60064
(847) 473-4898

Services

Keyword/Resource Guide: Housing - Transitional for Families; Housing - Transitional for Women and Children; Educational Alternative; Residential Care;