|100 Black Men of Chicago|
100 Black Men of Chicago is a mentoring program that nurtures creativity, emphasizes academic achievement and reinforces social responsibility.
|A.C.T. Medical Center|
Free pregnancy testing. Offers welfare and student discounts. Abortion and birth control.
|ABC Chicago Youth Center (ABC Polk Bros. Center (North Lawndale))|
Chicago Youth Centers (CYC) is Chicago's largest independent, locally based, multi-site youth services organization, with eight neighborhood centers on the south and west sides of Chicago and Camp Rosenthal, a summer residential camp in southwestern Michigan. CYC is dedicated to improving the lives of low-income, at-risk children and teens through a variety of innovative and effective programs—from early childhood education to and through college.
|Adapt Community Alternatives|
Adapt Community Alternatives in Chicago, IL is a private company categorized under Youth Organizations and Centers
|AIDS Foundation of Chicago|
AIDS Foundation of Chicago is a local and national leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Access their site for advocacy, public policy, and latest news on treatment and prevention issues.
|Albany Park Community Center|
Services: Education, Health, Community Development, Basic Human Needs, Youth Development.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
|Asian Human Services|
Asian Human Services exists to provide quality, compassionate, and culturally competent services in over 28 languages to low-income Asian-American and immigrant and refugee communities in metropolitan Chicago.
|Asian Youth Services|
Asian Youth Services is an after school tutoring program for students ages 5 to 20, located in Uptown Chicago. Serving between 40 and 70 youths, AYS helps them learn or improve their skills in subjects such as math, Spanish or history, the children come from families with parents who have had no formal schooling.
|Aspira Inc Of Illinois|
|Association House of Chicago|
serve a multi-cultural community by providing comprehensive, collaborative and effective programs in English and Spanish. We promote health and wellness and create opportunities for educational and economic advancement.
|Association of Latino Men for Action|
Empowering Latino gay, bisexual, and questioning men by providing support, advocacy, and leadership opportunities, through innovative cultural programming.
|Autism Society of Illinois|
Provides advocacy and support for Illinois families. State chapter of the Autism Society of America Inc.
|Bethesda Human Resources Ministry|
Services: Education, Health, Basic Human Needs.
Between Friends is a nonprofit agency dedicated to breaking the cycle of domestic violence and building a community free of abuse. Between Friends offers family services including: individual, family and group counseling
Cafe Pride is a ministry of Lake View Presbyterian Church and is a coffeehouse for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender youths, and their friends, 17 to 21 years old.
|CALOR – Division of Anixter Center|
|Cambodian Association of Illinois Youth Program|
Free tutoring through 12th grade.
Services: Arts & Culture, Education, Health, Community Development, Basic Human Needs, Immigration and Citizenship.
Founded in 1954 by a multi-denominational group of churches to provide social services to the Hispanic population, Casa Central has evolved into a communitywide agency.
Catholic Charities raises funds separately from the Archdiocese of Chicago, we serve as the social service arm of the church. When clients seek help from Catholic Charities– whether for emergency assistance or for another type of help–they enter into a network with services that range from counseling to job training to immunization linkage.
|Center for New Horizons|
Founded in 1971, Centers for New Horizons, Inc. (Centers) is a nonprofit organization that assists children, youth, and families to become self-reliant. With 200+ full-time staff, most of whom live in or near its service communities, Centers provides programs in seven locations throughout the Bronzeville and Riverdale communities of Chicago's Southside that reach over 1,000 individuals daily.
|Center on Halsted|
For Chicago's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community, the center offers support networks and programming to meet the cultural, emotional, social, educational and recreational needs of the LGBT community and its friends. Current services include support groups for youth and seniors, mental health services, an info line for LGBT individuals and a hotline for HIV and STD concerns. It also houses a number of organizations serving Chicago's LGBT community.
|Centro Comunitario Juan Diego|
Services: Arts & Culture, literacy and education programs, health, social services, HIV/ AIDS prevention.
Centro Romero provides advocacy and social services for the Latino community, including legal assistance, adult education, health education and youth learning and leadership.
|Chicago Abused Women Coalition – Greenhouse|
Services: sexual assault counseling, individual counseling, parent/child counseling, group counseling, substance abuse counseling, civil court legal advocacy, criminal court legal advocacy, general advocacy, and hospital based services.
|Chicago Bilingual Nurse Consortium|
Services: Education, Health, Community Development, Basic Human Needs.
|Chicago Gay Youth & Youth Pride Center|
To develop, empower, and engage the GLBTQA (gay, lesbian, transgender, questioning, allied) and homeless youth communities for the purpose of becoming active members of society through social education, development, and self advocacy. YPC provides educational and social services to LGBT youth Mon-Sat, ages 13 to 23. YPC also serves homeless youth. Youth attend life skills and peer leadership training as well as HIV/STD prevention, Anti-Violence and Social programming.
|Chicago Gay Youth Center|
CGY hosts events for youth 23 and under throughout the city of Chicago. CGY holds a youth drop-in on Saturdays from 1-5pm, and a monthly party called "Curiosity" from 10pm-2am.
|Chicago Hispanic Health Coalition|
Services – Health.