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A Safe Haven Foundation is a not for profit, social enterprise that helps people aspire, transform and sustain their lives as they transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency with pride and purpose.

Use the site to apply for and manage your healthcare, food, and cash assistance benefits. Website services include: checking the status of or renewing benefits, report changes to income, household members, expenses or new address, upload documents, view notices, view and reschedule upcoming appoints, file and manage appeals.

Provides outstanding primary and preventative care in 35 locations throughout Chicago, Cook, and DuPage counties. Locations can be found https://www.achn.net/locations/ with variety of languages offered.

2 year Associate’s Degree offered in Liberal Arts, Business, and Social Sciences. Assistance with funding and scholarships, accept undocumented students, several tutor services, advisors, and social workers.

Youth Engagement Program comprised of a Drop-In Center and Emergency Beds program. 5 beds for pregnant/parent and 10 beds for singles. Youth can show up as late as 3am. Beds are first come/first serve.
COVID- Limited capacity of 5 clients for singles side, 4 clients for Pregnant and Parenting

Promotes a network of resources for Illinois youth with social and emotional health conditions to receive timely and appropriate access to the services they deserve. Providing technical assistance to parents, service consumers, providers and member agency personnel to appropriately access needed services, IEP consultation, SSI/SSDI navigation.

Community-based organization that strives for a community in which members, including individuals with special needs, can live, learn, and work.

Community-based organization that strives for a community in which members, including individuals with special needs, can live, learn, and work.

Community-based organization that strives for a community in which members, including individuals with special needs, can live, learn, and work.

Community-based organization that strives for a community in which members, including individuals with special needs, can live, learn, and work.