At Mercy Home, Ethan heals from childhood abuse and grows into a confident young man. Join our Partners in Prayer to pray for young people like Ethan.
Amy Williams, mother and social worker, shares five stress-relief activities that families with children of all ages can do together.
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls received a grant from Serve Illinois in support of 12 AmeriCorps members serving in its MercyWorks program.
Recently, Mercy Home said a sorrowful goodbye to a beloved member of our family. Since 2005, Faye provided a welcoming presence at our Walsh Campus.
At Mercy Home, we don’t sweat the dog days of summer. That’s because our facility dog Pongo helps foster positive relationships between youth and coworkers.
Read the story of Brenda, a young woman who came to Mercy Home for Boys & Girls determined to succeed and turn tragedy into opportunity.
Mercy Beaucoup!, an upscale resale shop that supports Mercy Home for Boys & Girls, is located in Chicago’s Old Town at 1545 N. Wells Street.
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.
Fr. Scott Donahue discusses how God intends for his people to be unified. In this way, we can work together to share his Word and serve others.
Join our Partners in Prayer to pray for young people like Mia. Before finding stability at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls, Mia was struggling.
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