AccessChicago Scheduled for July 2018


Save the Date - AccessChicago coming in July 2018

Since health and safety are community endeavors, The Salvation Army collaborates with other social service agencies, churches, community groups, law enforcement, government agencies and individuals. With that in…

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City of Chicago Property Tax Rebate Program


On October 1, 2016, the City of Chicago launched the city-funded property tax rebate program, which is available to working- and middle-class homeowners. The attached flyers and this…

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Multi-Cultural Workshop


The Salvation Army Family & Community Service is excited to welcome Dr. Soong-Chan Rah of North Park University as he presents on Many Colors: The Need for Cultural…

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STOP-IT Volunteer Training Summer 2016


We are looking for volunteers to help with several positions within the STOP-IT Program! We are currently seeking female-identified individuals to fill our direct support positions of Hotline…

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Father’s Day Celebration In Englewood


On June 11, Family and Community Services hosted a pre-Father’s Day Celebratory Brunch. Over 70 guests celebrated faith, family, and fatherhood over a meal prepared by local Englewood…

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Sad News for Ways to Work


It is with a heavy heart that we have decided to no longer offer loans under the Ways to Work program. It has been a huge help to…

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Abuser Intervention Training


The goal of Family and Community Services’ Partner Abuse Intervention Program is the safety of women and children. We accomplish this through challenging the beliefs and attitudes of…

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Workshop: An Introduction to Asset Based Community Development for Practitioners


The Salvation Army Family and Community Services is hosting a workshop for social services practitioners presented by Ray Thompson, the Parent and Community Engagement Specialist at Chicago Public…

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Crucial Support


Harold* is a senior citizen of Chicago. In 2015, Harold was beaten with a pipe by someone he knew. Now, he must use a cane or a walker…

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Marla’s Story


Marla* was referred to Family and Community Services by the Department of Children and Family Services in 2008. Marla was developmentally delayed and had three children. She needed…

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