Volunteers from AkzoNobel picked up shovels and rakes at our Hay Campus garden to help kick off the growing season and spread the word about sustainability.
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Liz Tomka and Andrea Simari of our education program talk about how to work in the classroom with students impacted by trauma and adversity.
Mercy Home’s tradition of teaching independence via on-the-job training continues with our young people who gain confidence while working on campus.
Read a Mother’s Day reflection by Fr. Scott Donahue in which he remembers his own mother and the importance of a mother’s love and support.
Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, of the Trauma Center in Boston, outlines a series of perspectives and initiatives for treating complex trauma among adolescents.
Katelyn Dollard, Mercy Home’s Director of Post-Secondary Options and Career Resources, recently spoke on a civic affairs panel at The Executives’ Club of Chicago.
Charlie Olesker, a seventh grader at Glencoe Central on the North Shore, stopped by Mercy Home’s Hay Campus recently to personally deliver ten heavy-duty hiking backpacks that our boys will use on their upcoming trip to Yellowstone National Park this summer.
When Abraham moved out of Mercy Home last fall, his future looked bright. He was working full-time as a third-party claims assistant and quickly earned a promotion. By all means, he could have settled into a nice routine. But something was still nagging him.
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