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Reentry Programs in Illinois

Here are 83 non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Illinois:

  • 1. America Works - Illinois - Chicago Office

    America Works places hard-to-serve populations and has jobs for all skill levels.

    205 West Randolph Street, Chicago, 60606

    312-726-5627

  • 2. Ashunti Residential Management Services Inc.

    We provide up to twenty-four month of housing and supportive services for men and women. Our members experience employment barriers such as having a criminal record.

    4909 West Huron Street, Chicago, 60644

    773-379-6981

  • 3. Back on My Feet - Chicago

    Back on My Feet recruits members (individuals experiencing homelessness) at homeless and residential facilities around the country and begins with a commitment to run three days a week in the early morning. After 30 days in the program, members with 90% attendance earn the opportunity to move into the second phase of the program called Next Steps, which provides educational support, job training programs, employment partnership referrals and housing resources. Almost 80% of individuals who start the program move into Next Steps.

    1467 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, 60642

    773-697-8508

  • 4. Cara Collective - Cleanslate

    The Cara Collective model is committed to helping motivated men and women develop the necessary tools and opportunities to shed old behaviors and constraints, transform their lives and achieve real, lasting success.

    6027 S. Wentworth Ave., Chicago, 60621

    312-226-6361

  • 5. Cara Collective - Downtown

    The Cara Collective model is committed to helping motivated men and women develop the necessary tools and opportunities to shed old behaviors and constraints, transform their lives and achieve real, lasting success.

    237 S. Desplaines, Chicago, 60661

    312-798-3300

  • 6. Cara Collective - South Side

    The Cara Collective model is committed to helping motivated men and women develop the necessary tools and opportunities to shed old behaviors and constraints, transform their lives and achieve real, lasting success.

    56 E. 47th Street, Chicago, 60653

    773-924-2205

  • 7. Centerstone - Alton - Edwards Street

    In our beautiful Centerstone Alton community mental health center, we offer a full suite of outpatient mental health and addictions services to the community ? including mental health counseling, addictions counseling, and physician services, both psychiatry and physical health services. Our services include a pharmacy, a peer-run drop-in center for persons with serious mental illness and a peer-run cafeteria that serves breakfast and lunch. This clinic is able to provide a level of care that is right for each person. We tailor treatment to each person?s preferences and personal life goals. Our Alton team includes primary care physicians, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, nurses, counselors, case managers, health coaches, and peer support specialists.

    2615 Edwards Street, Alton, 62002

    877-467-3123

  • 8. Centerstone - Centerstone Carbondale - South

    This location offers office-based outpatient services for children and adults experiencing mental health and substance abuse diagnoses. Centerstone?s Medical Assisted Treatment is provided at this location for persons with opiate addiction requiring suboxone assistance for the early stages of their recovery. Centerstone can assist clients with getting services through client assistance or a sliding scale fee. The sliding scale fee is available to all clients but only at certain sites with National Health Service Corps certification.

    2311 South Illinois Avenue, Carbondale, 62903

    877-467-3123

  • 9. Centerstone Carterville - East Plaza Drive

    This location offers Early Intervention, Substance Abuse Prevention and Intensive Placement Stabilization among other programs.

    402 East Plaza Drive, Carterville, 62918

    877-467-3123

  • 10. Centerstone Carterville - Municipal Drive

    403 Municipal Drive, Carterville, 62918

    877-467-3123

  • 11. Centerstone Fellowship House Campus

    Centerstone?s Fellowship House Campus provides services to people who suffer with substance use disorders (SUDs) and co-occurring problems. Insurances accepted are Illinois Medicaid or Illinois Medicaid-Managed Care. Individuals with no insurance and no/low income may be eligible. Our treatment programs are structured to provide clients with basic tools to begin their recovery from SUD, develop the opportunity to explore their thoughts and feelings, and set personal goals. Our professional staff provide medically monitored detoxification program for women and men, specialized men?s residential rehabilitation program, adult outpatient program and youth outpatient program.

    800 North Main Street, Anna, 62906

    877-467-3123

  • 12. Centerstone Marion - MAT

    This facility offers a range of services including assessment, counseling, case management, peer support and medical services. It is the first of its kind in Southern Illinois. Centerstone?s MAT is an effective way to treat those with an opioid use disorder through a focus on recovery. Centerstone can assist clients with getting services through client assistance or a sliding scale fee. The sliding scale fee is available to all clients but only at certain sites with National Health Service Corps certification.

    202 S. Bentley, Marion, 62959

    877-467-3123

  • 13. Centerstone Marion - Main Street Campus

    This location houses office-based outpatient services for children and adults experiencing mental health and substance abuse diagnoses and community-based services for children and adults. This location also offers services for adults involved with the justice system as well as Integrated Health Home care for people with complex physical health and mental health conditions. Centerstone can assist clients with getting services through client assistance or a sliding scale fee. The sliding scale fee is available to all clients but only at certain sites with National Health Service Corps certification.

    1307 West Main Street, Marion, 62959

    877-467-3123

  • 14. Centerstone West Frankfort - West Main Street

    This location houses office-based outpatient services for children and adults experiencing mental health and substance abuse diagnoses as well as psychiatric and medical services. Early Head Start is also housed here. Centerstone can assist clients with getting services through client assistance or a sliding scale fee. The sliding scale fee is available to all clients but only at certain sites with National Health Service Corps certification.

    902 West Main Street, West Frankfort, 62896

    877-467-3123

  • 15. Central States SER - Jobs for Progress, Inc.

    Central States SER is a community-based organization that believes in the potential of each and every individual. We help some of the hardest-to-reach youth and adults ? people trying to improve their lives but who are at risk of slipping through the cracks.

    3948 West 26th Street, Chicago, 60623

    773-542-9030

  • 16. Chaddock

    Chaddock is committed to providing quality educational opportunities for clients, staff, other human service professionals, and our community to foster access to the growth most appropriate for their unique needs. The end result of these efforts will be competent professionals, student development and community response.

    205 S 24th Street, Quincy, 62301

    217-222-0034

  • 17. Champaign County Regional Planning Commission

    The Champaign County Regional Planning Commission is a multi-faceted government agency that administers over 100 federal and state grants and contracts to deliver programs and services within its different divisions: Community Services, Planning and Community Development, and Head Start. With an annual operating budget of $25 million and a staff of over 230 professionals in 12 locations, the RPC serves more than 30,000 clients each year. The goal of the YAC is to connect youth with resources that help them to be resilient, resourceful, responsible, and restored to positive community involvement through prompt assessment, treatment/service recommendations, and follow-up.

    1776 E. Washington Street, Urbana, 61802

    217-328-3313

  • 18. Champaign County Regional Planning Commission - Community Services

    In 1984, the Regional Planning Commission became the designated Community Action Agency for Champaign County. The past 33 years of service to the low-income residents of our community have touched the lives of thousands of individuals and families, ultimately empowering them toward attaining an improved quality of life. Looking to the past, the Champaign County Regional Planning Commission can lay claim to improving our community by being a leading voice in advocating for those in poverty. The past has provided a solid foundation to continue our community action work?improving the lives of people in poverty.

    1776 E. Washington Street, Urbana, 61802

    217-328-3313

  • 19. Children's Home Association of Illinois

    Programs for children and youth include: residential care, group homes, foster care and adoption, supervised independent living, private school, crisis intervention, mental health assessment, homeless services, in-home counseling and family preservation.

    2130 N Knoxville Avenue, Peoria, 61603

    309-685-1047

  • 20. Children's Home and Aid

    Our services include child welfare, counseling and treatment programs to parenting supports, childcare and early education. These services are individualized supports designed to address racism, equity, economic mobility and other potential barriers.

    200 West Monroe Street, Chicago, 60606

    312-424-0200

  • 21. City of Chicago Services for Formerly Incarcerated - Teamwork Englewood

    The Mayor`s Office of Workforce Development (MOWD) Program assists formerly incarcerated individuals find jobs in a variety of industries, such as hospitality and warehousing. This unique program provides rapid attachment to the workforce for men and women with felony backgrounds using time-limited, publicly-subsidized jobs that combine real work, skill development and supportive services.

    747 West 63rd Street, Building V, Chicago, 60602

    773-488-6607

  • 22. City of Chicago Services for Formerly Incarcerated - Westside Health Authority

    The Mayor`s Office of Workforce Development (MOWD) Program assists formerly incarcerated individuals find jobs in a variety of industries, such as hospitality and warehousing. This unique program provides rapid attachment to the workforce for men and women with felony backgrounds using time-limited, publicly-subsidized jobs that combine real work, skill development and supportive services.

    5816 West Division, Chicago,

    773-664-0612

  • 23. Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc.

    Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc. is an organization that drives fundamental transformation of neighborhoods, communities and the circumstances of those who reside there through facilitation of workforce development that leads to a sustainable wage, meaningful community engagement and affordable housing.

    917 South Main Street, Rockford, 61101

    815-963-6236

  • 24. DeKalb County Youth Service Bureau, Inc.

    Our mission is to assist youth as they build healthy lives and relationships with their family, friends and community! Youth & Family Counseling offers individual and family counseling to youth aged 8-18 and their families.

    475 DeKalb Avenue, Sycamore, 60178

    815-748-2010

  • 25. Egyptian Health Department

    Egyptian Health Department is dedicated to providing human services that support and enhance the lives of individuals, families, and groups in southern Illinois.

    1412 U.S. 45 North, Eldorado, 62930

    618-273-3326

  • 26. Family Counseling Center, Inc.

    Arrowleaf is a nonprofit human services organization that works to build well-being for Southern Illinoisans throughout their lives so they can weather life?s storms, reach their full potential, and help our communities thrive. Our work is focused on three areas essential to well-being and strong communities: Behavioral Health, Developmental Services, and Community Collaboration. Through more than 25 programs across these three areas, we are able to support Southern Illinoisans through a wide variety of challenges that can come up at different points in life, such as struggles with depression and anxiety, substance use, parenting, care-giving, education, employment, economic stability, navigating the demands of daily life with a disability, and maintaining independence in older age. We also serve as a vital connector between the people of our region and the resources they need, whether we can provide those resources ourselves or not. As we help people in our region navigate the challenges they face throughout their lives, their well being improves, they?re able to contribute more to our communities, and our entire region benefits.

    PO Box 1328, Vienna, 62995

    618-658-3079

  • 27. Goodwill Industries of Northern Illinois

    All of us need second chances sometimes. Through the Young Adult LifeLaunch program, Goodwill can help you get your second chance and gain the skills you need to earn a good job. Get FREE employment training and job placement help in warehouse and manufacturing related fields. If you are between 18 and 24 years of age, have dropped out of school or have been involved with the criminal justice system, and you want to work toward a better future, Goodwill can help you.

    850 N. Church Street, Rockford, 61103

    815-965-3795

  • 28. Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago

    Since 1919 Goodwill has helped individuals with disabilities or disadvantages improve their lives through training, supportive services and employment opportunities. If you are looking for a job, we can help!

    6054 S. Western Ave, Chicago, 60636

    773-627-5570

  • 29. Haven Youth & Family Services

    Haven began as a youth outreach program and has continued to expand and evolve over the years. Programs include crisis response and preventative activities, as well as the counseling program, which has become one of our most popular ways of serving the community. Haven provides individual, group, and family counseling, 24-hour crisis intervention, daily outreach to area schools, psycho-educational workshops, youth leadership roles, and service-learning opportunities to meet the physical and emotional needs of youth and their families.

    825 Green Bay Rd, Wilmette, 60091

    847-251-6630

  • 30. Lewis and Clark Community College

    Lewis and Clark Community College is a two-year higher education institution with multiple campuses, a river research center, a training center and Community Education Centers located throughout it's more than 220,000-person college district, which reaches into seven counties. In addition to offering associate degrees and certificates in nearly 40 career programs and numerous transfer options, the college has something for just about everyone, including College for Kids, a nationally accredited dual credit program for high school students, GED completion and a robust Workforce Training Program, affiliated with the Houston Area Safety Council. Several colleges and universities also offer bachelor's and master's degree programs on Lewis and Clark's campus. YouthBuild functions as an AmeriCorps network affiliate member. The AmeriCorps component of YouthBuild provides students with leadership opportunities while earning money for education and developing an appreciation for citizenship through service learning activities within the community.

    5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, 62035

    618-468-4100

  • 31. Lutheran Social Services of Illinois

    LSSI serves over 38,000 people annually, providing critical programs for Illinois residents each year, including foster care, mental health services, alcohol and drug treatment, affordable senior housing, residential programs for people with developmental disabilities, home care for seniors, and services that help families who have been impacted by incarceration.

    1001 E. Touhy Ave., Des Plaines, 60018

    847-635-4600

  • 32. Metropolitan Family Services

    Metropolitan Family Services provides a wide variety of programs and services designed to strengthen families and help them realize their full potential. Part mentor, part motivator, part advocate, Metropolitan empowers families to learn, to earn, to heal and to thrive through services provided in four key areas. From early learning, afterschool and job readiness programs to counseling, mental health services and legal assistance, we?re here for you!

    101 North Wacker Drive, Chicago, 60606

    312-986-4000

  • 33. Midwest Youth Services

    Midwest Youth Services (MYS) serves at-risk, runaway and homeless youth, ages 9-18. Our mission is to deter youth from the juvenile justice and child welfare systems while strengthening families. Our services are totally free and confidential. We offer 24-hour, 7-day-a-week crisis intervention, mediation and emergency shelter to these vulnerable children. MYS is the only agency providing these services in Brown, Cass, Schuyler, Scott and Morgan counties in Illinois. Without our services, more youth would be on the streets and be targets for exploitation and crime. We assess the overall needs of each youth and help them access the resources they need. This includes getting dropouts or truants back in school, arranging for tutoring, mentoring, medical, dental and mental health needs, social support and counseling. We teach families communication skills so they can resolve their own problems with little outside intervention. Our community youth services program helps community groups develop activities and programs that promote positive youth development.

    2001 West Lafayette Ave, Jacksonville, 62650

    217-245-6000

  • 34. New Directions - Second Chance Program

    New Directions Treatment Center is an agency of educators and health care professionals with a mission to provide needed human services to adults, youth, low- income people and minorities in Danville and surrounding communities.

    153 North Vermilion Street, Danville, 61832

    217-442-9026

  • 35. North Lawndale Employment Network

    The North Lawndale Employment Network (NLEN) serves under- and unemployed residents of the North Lawndale neighborhood and surrounding communities. Our clients include citizens returning from incarceration and others who face the day-to-day hardships of living without enough income to support themselves and their families.

    906 South Homan Avenue, Chicago, 60624-4106

    773-638-1825

  • 36. OMNI Youth Services - Buffalo Grove

    OMNI is a comprehensive behavioral health organization serving the needs of children, adolescents and adults throughout Chicago?s Northwest Suburbs. We don?t only focus on resolving existing problems, but also pursue the development of skills for life.

    1111 West Lake Cook Rd, Buffalo Grove, 60089

    847-520-8856

  • 37. OMNI Youth Services - Wheeling

    OMNI is a comprehensive behavioral health organization serving the needs of children, adolescents and adults throughout Chicago?s Northwest Suburbs. We don?t only focus on resolving existing problems, but also pursue the development of skills for life.

    210 N. Wolf Road, Wheeling, 60090

    847-353-1500

  • 38. One Hope United - Bridgeport

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    514 W 31st St, Chicago, 60616

    312-949-5590

  • 39. One Hope United - Busy Bee

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    2115 Ernie Krueger Cir.v, Waukegan, 60087

    847-245-6800

  • 40. One Hope United - Centralia

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    200 South Pine St., Centralia, 62801

    618-323-0120

  • 41. One Hope United - Champaign

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    1902 Fox Dr., Champaign, 61820

    217-850-0500

  • 42. One Hope United - Charleston

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    701 Monroe Ave., Charleston, 61920

    217-294-6727

  • 43. One Hope United - Collinsville

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    907 N. Bluff Rd, Collinsville, 62234

    618-345-9644

  • 44. One Hope United - Effingham

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    1901 S. 4th St., Effingham, 62401

    217-347-5880

  • 45. One Hope United - Ermit L. Finch Campus at Lake Villa

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    215 N. Milwaukee Ave., Lake Villa, 60046

    847-245-6500

  • 46. One Hope United - Gurnee

    One Hope United increases opportunities for children and families by providing quality solutions that enhance lives, communities and futures. We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    1790 Nations Dr., Gurnee, 60031

    847-245-6544

  • 47. One Hope United - Hudelson Residential - Centralia Office

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    1400 E. McCord St., Centralia, 62801

    618-532-4311

  • 48. One Hope United - Joliet

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    3077 W. Jefferson St., Joliet, 60435

    815-730-6700

  • 49. One Hope United - Kenwood

    One Hope United increases opportunities for children and families by providing quality solutions that enhance lives, communities and futures. We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    707 E. 47th Street, Chicago, 60653

    312-949-5500

  • 50. One Hope United - Mt. Vernon Office

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    4110 N. Water Tower Pl., Mt. Vernon, 62864

    618-242-8266

  • 51. One Hope United - Olney

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    218 E. Main Street, Olney, 62450

    618-395-8656

  • 52. One Hope United - Parents As Teachers

    One Hope United increases opportunities for children and families by providing quality solutions that enhance lives, communities and futures. We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    2100 Green Bay Road, North Chicago, 60064

    847-775-7117

  • 53. One Hope United - Springfield

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    421 S. Grand Ave. W., Springfield, 62704

    217-789-7637

  • 54. One Hope United - St. Charles Office

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    1750 E. Main St, St. Charles, 60174

    630-513-6277

  • 55. One Hope United - Waukegan

    We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.

    1901 N. Lewis Ave., Waukegan, 60087

    847-662-0945

  • 56. Project Oz

    Since 1973 we have been helping youth and families. We reunite families, help kids stay in school, teach young people useful skills, and teach students how to keep their lives drug free. We provide counseling, education and career planning, student support services, safety planning, and healthy living strategies to students and families in Unit 5 and District 87. In both McLean and Livingston counties, we provide aid, shelter, and safety for runaway and homeless youth. We reach 8,000 youth every year. Call to see what we can do for you.

    1105 W. Front Street, Bloomington, 61701

    309-827-0377

  • 57. R.E.A.D.Y.

    45 E. University Ave, Champaign, 61820

    217-239-0322

  • 58. Safer Foundation

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services.

    571 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 60624

    773-533-5000

  • 59. Safer Foundation - Belmont Cragin

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services.

    6352 W. Grand Avenue, Chicago, 60639

    773-252-6439

  • 60. Safer Foundation - Community Office

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services.

    808 S. Kedzie Avenue, Chicago, 60612

    773-365-1320

  • 61. Safer Foundation - Crossroads ATC

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services.

    3210 W. Arthington St., Chicago, 60624

    773-533-5000

  • 62. Safer Foundation - Main Office

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services.

    571 W. Jackson Blvd, Chicago, 60661

    312-922-2200

  • 63. Safer Foundation - North Lawndale ATC

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services.

    2839 W. Fillmore St., Chicago, 60612

    773-638-8491

  • 64. Safer Foundation - PACE Institute

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services._x000D_

    2600 S. California Ave., Chicago, 60608

    773-927-1536

  • 65. Safer Foundation - South Holland

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services.

    247 W. 162nd St., South Holland, 60473

    708-596-0037

  • 66. Safer Foundation - South Holland

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services.

    249 W. 162nd St., South Holland, 60473

    708-596-0037

  • 67. Spero Family Services

    Spero, which means ?I hope? from the Latin proverb ?while I breathe, I hope?, truly reflects the hope, help, and healing we provide to individuals and families throughout Southern Illinois. We have a proud and strong tradition and affiliation with the United Methodist Church that we cherish and honor. Although we spent the majority of our one hundred plus year history exclusively as a children?s home we also have grown to offer other valuable services throughout the Southern Illinois region.

    2023 Richview Road, Mt. Vernon, 62864

    618-242-1070

  • 68. St Leonards Ministries

    At Saint Leonard?s, participants have access to the variety of services needed for successful reentry. Participants have access to safe housing, basic needs, life skills training, behavioral and physical health care, and workforce development training all on one campus. Saint Leonard?s is proud that many staff members have experienced incarceration and share life experiences with those we serve, allowing deeper connection.

    2100 W. Warren Blvd., Chicago, 60612

    312-894-7975

  • 69. Teens Against Killing Everywhere (TEAM)

    The mission of the Teens Against Killing Everywhere is to assist the residents of the Emerson Park neighborhood and its surrounding communities in achieving their full human potential by offering high quality programs in three areas: (1) Housing and Economic Development; (2) Education and Job Training; and ??(3) Community Advocacy.

    1798 Summit Avenue, East St. Louis, 62205

    618-920-8344

  • 70. The Bridge Youth & Family Services

    What started as a safe place for youth in our community to gather has evolved into a comprehensive mental health resource for youth and their families in the Northwest Suburbs. Today the Bridge provides a continuum of services including family and individual counseling, mentoring, social skills and trauma recovery groups, parenting workshops, and more.

    721 S Quentin Road, Palatine, 60067

    847-359-7490

  • 71. The Center for Youth and Family Services

    The major focus of the Youth, Family, and Community Outreach Services is to offer prevention, diversion and intervention services targeting youth to stabilize families in crisis, prevent juvenile delinquency and divert youth at risk of involvement in the child welfare or juvenile justice systems.

    2610 Richwoods Avenue, Peoria, 61604

    309-323-6573

  • 72. The North Lawndale Employment Network

    The North Lawndale Employment Network operates an Urban Honey Transitional Jobs social enterprise as a strategy for providing local employment for formerly incarcerated individuals and other low-income North Lawndale residents, and for promoting community economic development._x000D_ _x000D_

    3726 Flournoy St., Chicago, 60624

    773-265-7940

  • 73. The Safer Foundation - Belmont Cragin

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services._x000D_

    6352 W. Grand Ave., Chicago, 60639

    773-252-6439

  • 74. The Safer Foundation - Chicago

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services._x000D_

    571 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 60661

    312-922-2200

  • 75. The Safer Foundation - Community Office

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services._x000D_

    808 S. Kedzie Ave., Chicago, 60612

    773-365-1320

  • 76. The Safer Foundation - Rockford

    The Safer Foundation helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter their communities. Safer has been working for more than 30 years to reduce recidivism by helping people with records obtain employment and social services._x000D_

    119 N. Church Street, Rockford, 61101

    815-964-8577

  • 77. Tri-County Urban League

    The Tri-County (Peoria) Urban League, Inc., is dedicated to improving the educational, social, and economic opportunities for individuals in Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford and McLean Counties in the central Illinois area.

    317 S. MacArthur Highway, Peoria, 61602

    309-673-7474

  • 78. Universal Family Connection

    UFC's spectrum of programs are designed to assess the needs of the clients, provide intervention services and coordinate community services necessary to resolve issues threatening the children's lives and the family unit as a whole. Ufc provides employment training, job placement, and counseling for individuals who are low income and/or victims of domestic violence.

    1350 West 103rd St., Chicago, 60643

    773-881-1711

  • 79. Youth Advocate Program

    YAP provides young people, adults, and their families with intensive support right from where they live, learn, work and play through our YAPWrap model. YAP offers alternatives to detention and state incarceration, supports youth post-adjudication to help with compliance and other needs, and also provides reintegration support for youth transitioning out of these placements.

    202 E Eldorado Street, Decatur, 62523

    717-232-7580

  • 80. Youth Outreach Services

    Youth Outreach Services (YOS) is a Chicago-based non-profit organization that partners with at-risk youth and their families to help them discover what they are capable of achieving. We inspire positive development through a variety of child welfare, counseling, juvenile justice and prevention services to help overcome challenges such as abuse, substance use and homelessness.

    2411 W Congress Parkway, Chicago, 60612

    773-777-7112

  • 81. Youth Service Bureau of Illinois Valley

    For young adults ages 16-21 living without support in unstable and non-traditional settings arrangements. Youth are linked to area services, taught independent living skills, and aided in finding jobs. It is the goal of YSB to keep youth off the streets and safe.

    424 West Madison Street, Ottawa, 61350

    815-433-3953

  • 82. Youth Services Network, Inc.

    The mission of Youth Services Network is to develop, provide, and coordinate services to improve the physical, psychological and social well-being of youth and families. All services are trauma-informed, strength-based, and provided in the community. Children, adolescents, and their families are eligible for services. Each youth receives individual counseling, family counseling, if needed, case management, tutoring, school advocacy, group counseling, and life skill training by YSN Case Manager. The District 2 Rockford Police provide leadership skills, mentoring, and recreation. The Center for Nonviolence and Conflict Transformation provides computer literacy, computer programming, music education, and music recording. The goal of the program is to deter boys from becoming heavily involved in the Juvenile Justice System.

    107 N 3rd Street, Rockford, 61107

    815-986-1947

  • 83. YouthBuild Lake County

    Our mission is to provide underserved young adults with the education, training and life skills necessary to become gainfully employed and build a better future. Here at YouthBuild, we believe that every young person has the power to succeed and create a better life for themselves and their families with access to the right resources and support system. We offer free programs for underserved youth in Lake County to obtain their high school diploma, earn industry-recognized credentials and certifications, develop career readiness skills, and complete hands-on work experience so they can move into careers, college or vocational schools.

    2303 Kemble Avenue, North Chicago, 60064

    847-473-3483

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on February 2023