Helping your teen find their first job can be challenging. Learn more about some of the job-hunting tips we teach our young people at Mercy Home.
Access to computers and the internet is an important part of being a student in today’s world. For people who don’t have these tools at home, there are several options in the Chicago area.
Your child might be the victim of violence or bullying without you ever knowing. There are certain telltale signs that all parents should be aware of.
Read more about how lessons we’ve learned at Mercy Home have taught us that partnering with your child’s education is a formula for success!
Cook alongside Mercy Home’s Chef Nyah as she grills up Korean BBQ Short Rib Tacos, Kale Slaw, and Corn on the Cob with Scallion Butter.
Mom and social worker Amy Williams suggests seven ways to help your teen learn job-readiness skills to help them get – and keep – a job!
At Mercy Home for Boys & Girls, fish tanks are a recognizable theme in many common spaces. Learn about the therapeutic benefits of fish tanks and how their presence can be calming for our boys and girls.
Mercy Home is investing in innovative neurofeedback technology, which represents a step forward in serving the mental health needs of our kids.
Mercy Home’s Speaker Series Workshop will feature Arnie Aronoff, who will discuss how to make meetings in adolescent mental health settings more meaningful.
Join our Manager of Food Service Operations, Nyah Griffin, as she shares her Mercy Home-famous recipe for Thanksgiving Leftover Pizza. Huge thanks to Nyah for sharing her delicious recipe!
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