Honoring Some of Our Kids’ Biggest Supporters

This summer, Mercy Home’s young people had the opportunity to put their job skills into practice through professional internships. They welcomed their employers for the annual Employer Appreciation Dinner—a chance to share our gratitude honoring some of our kids’ biggest supporters.

Mercy Model in Schools Workshop Teaches Trauma-Informed Care

A group of educators representing 16 Chicagoland schools gathered at Mercy Home for a two-day workshop on using trauma-informed classroom strategies.

Dzuękuję bardzo Means ‘Thank You Very Much’

Our annual fundraiser for education, Graduates’ Luncheon, shared several moving and inspirational testimonials from our young people.

Exploring the Effects of ACEs on Child Development

In partnership with the Kennedy Forum, Mercy Home coworkers discussed the impact of adverse childhood experiences, (or ACEs), on child development & health.

March for Kids

VOLUNTEERS, DONORS MAKE MONTH A ‘MARCH FOR KIDS’

Volunteers will be out in force for St. Patrick’s Day events throughout the month of March, collecting donations for Mercy Home’s March for Kids.

Justice in Mental Health – Discussing a Civil Rights Issue

Fr. Scott participated in the Kennedy Forum of Illinois’ 4th annual meeting, Bending Towards Justice—A Summit For Mental Health Equity.

Coach Q

Blackhawks and Bob’s Discount Furniture Transform Girls Campus Space

The Chicago Blackhawks and Bob’s Discount Furniture came to our Walsh Campus recently to transform a living room into an oasis for our young women.