Health Care Resources in the 7th District
1. Heartland Health Center – Uptown (1015 W Lawrence) serving people who are homeless or people with HIV
2. Heartland Health Center – Rogers Park (2200 W Touhy) serving the community in general
3. Heartland Health Center – Senn High School (5900 N Glenwood) serving the student community at Senn High School
4. Heartland Center for Oral Health – Uptown (845 W Wilson) offering dental services to people who are homeless and people with HIV
Heartland also operates a health center in Lincoln Square serving the general community. This health center is located at 2645 W Lawrence.
Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity
The Illinois Public Health Institute has joined with a number of other groups to launch the Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity. IAPO works for policy and health solutions to combat obesity.
CHICAGOLAND METHODIST SENIOR SERVICES
1415 W. Foster Avenue, Chicago, IL 60640
A nonprofit organization offering rehabilitative and subacute care, skilled memory support, memory support assisted living, supportive living, home care, home improvement and low-income housing services for seniors.
Cook County Hospital (John Stroger Hospital)
1900 W. Polk St., Chicago, IL 60612
Mission Statement: To provide a comprehensive program of quality health care with respect and dignity, to the residents of Cook County, regardless of their ability to pay.
Phone: (312) 864-7203
MAINTAIN (Medicines Assistance for Those Who Are in Need)
MAINTAIN is a program designed to help recently unemployed Americans and their families who have lost their insurance and who are taking Pfizer medicines to continue treatment at no cost for up to one year. The program is open for enrollment through December 31, 2009 and applies to eligible Americans who have become unemployed since January 1, 2009.
Patients who qualify will receive their Pfizer medicines at no cost for up to 12 months or until they become re-insured (whichever occurs first). Over 70 Pfizer primary care medicines will be available through the program. To make it easy for people to apply, the program has been integrated into Pfizer’s existing family of patient assistance programs called Pfizer Helpful Answers.
A Woman’s Place Birth and Health Resources
2803 N Southport Ave, Chicago, IL
A Woman’s Place provides Midwife services, preconception counseling, prenatal care, home birth, and postpartum care, waterbirth and routine gynecological care.
6610 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60626
The Anixter Center works to enhance the abilities of individuals living with or at risk of disabilities to live, learn, play, and work in the community. It provides business opportunities, residential services, educational services and a training institute.
1244 W. Thorndale, Chicago, IL 60660
The mission of Better Existence with HIV is to improve the lives of people with HIV and AIDS in the community through a comprehensive range of quality services. BEHIV works to inform the public about the virus and risk reduction behavior, and to increase understanding and compassion for people with HIV and AIDS.
Chicago Department of Public Health Clinics
CDPH clinics are located throughout the city: comprehensive clinics, maternal/child health clinics, sexually transmitted infections specialty clinics, HIV early intervention services programs, mental health clinics, and public health outreach clinics.
Visit the www.cityofchicago.org/Health/ for a full listing of clinics.
Chicago Home Healthcare
850 W. Jackson Blvd, Suite #650, Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago home healthcare services is a trusted, State licensed home health agency that has been providing quality, professional and reliable home healthcare to the residents of Cook, Dupage, Will & Lake counties. Chicago home healthcare provides in-home skilled nursing care, medication administration and assistance with personal care needs
Chicago Women AIDS Project
5249 N. Kenmore, Chicago, IL 60640
The Chicago Women AIDS project provides prevention education, advocacy and support for women at risk or living with HIV through case management, support services, and prevention services.
Chicago Women’s Health Center
3435 N. Sheffield Avenue, Suite 206A, Chicago, IL 60657-1641
CWHC is a collective of women that includes health workers, counselors, outreach health educators, and doctors who work together to provide health education and affordable, respectful, and accessible gynecological and mental health care to women and trans people in the Chicago area.
3003 W. Touhy Avenue, Chicago, IL 60645
CJE SeniorLife is provides community-based and residential programs and services for older adults and their families throughout Chicago and its surrounding suburbs. CJE’s wide range of services includes assisted living, counseling and care management, long-term skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities, Alzeheimer’s care, adult day programming, home delivered meals, home health, wellness and education, and more.
14 E. Jackson Boulevard, Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60604
Easter Seal offers a variety of services to help people with disabilities address life’s challenges and achieve personal goals. These services include child development centers, physical rehabilitation, and job training for people with disabilities.
5527 N. Maplewood, Chicago, IL 60625
Friedman Place is a non-profit Supportive Living Community for blind and visually impaired adults in Chicago. The building has been designed with the needs of the blind and visually impaired in mind. Each resident has a private studio or one-bedroom apartment, with a kitchenette and bathroom. A full range of services and activities is provided so that residents’ days are healthy, dignified, and stimulating. Guide dogs are welcome.
The Gilead Outreach and Referral Center
The Gilead Center is a not-for-profit organization that connects low-income uninsured and under-insured individuals and families throughout the metropolitan Chicago with affordable healthcare programs for which they are eligible. The Gilead Center operates throughout the Chicago Metropolitan area and has connected more than 89,000 individuals with health care programs.
Hamdard Center for Health and Human Services
1542 W. Devon Avenue, Chicago, IL 60660
The Hamdard Center is a multilingual, multi-cultural social & health service agency dedicated to serving the South Asian, Middle Eastern, and the Bosnian Communities in Illinois. Their mission is to promote physical and emotional health and psychological well being of the individuals and families by offering hope, help, and healing.
Jewish Child & Family Services
216 W. Jackson Boulevard, Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60606
Jewish Child & Family Services offers an array of therapeutic, educational and preventative programs in order to foster personal growth and dignity in individuals, couples and families. JCFS services include childcare and education, counseling and support, programs for people with disabilities, residential and child welfare programs, and community services. Skilled support is available in Downtown Chicago, West Rogers Park, Skokie, Northbrook, Highland Park, Arlington Heights, Hazel Crest and Lombard.
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
345 E. Superior Street, First Floor, Chicago IL 60611
The LIFE Center is a consumer resource center that contains all resources related to persons with disabilities and their families. Information about support groups, classes, government programs, vendors of disability-oriented products/services, and disability-specific organizations, are also included in our collection to connect individuals with resources that span key topics of life.
5547 N. Ravenswood, Chicago, IL 60640
The mission of the Neumann Association is to integrate people with disabilities and other life issues into the community and enrich their quality of life with choice and independence. The association provides services for adults with developmental disabilities, services for adults with mental illness, and career services.
The Night Ministry
4711 N. Ravenswood Ave, Chicago, IL 60640
The Night Ministry is a non-denominational, non-profit organization that provides health services, youth housing and parenting programs. Their healthcare outreach services include healthcare by nurse practitioners and registered nurses, HIV/AIDS prevention and testing, social service referrals, and support. Coffee, hygiene kits, new socks, warm winter wear, cookies, cocoa, condoms and more are offered by the Health Outreach Bus that travels to six Chicago neighborhoods from 7-11:30 pm, Monday-Saturday, on a regular schedule all year.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ROGERS PARK HEALTH CENTER
6353 N Broadway, Chicago, IL 60660 (773) 973-3393
Health center offers abortion referral, birth control services, emergency contraceptives, HIV testing, HPV and hepatitis vaccines, Pregnancy testing, STD testing, and other health services.
The Self Help Home, Inc
908 W. Argyle Street, Chicago, Illinois 60640
The Self Help Home, Inc serves the residential and health care needs of the Jewish elderly in the Chicago area. It consists of independent and assisted living, as well as intermediate and skilled nursing care.
Thresholds Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center
4101 N. Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago, IL 60613
The Thresholds Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center is one of the nation’s largest non-profit providers of mental health services. Thresholds provides a comprehensive program of therapeutic support, case management, education, job training and placement, and housing.
888-99-REHAB (telephone toll-free)
Uptown Neighborhood Health Center
845 W. Wilson, Chicago IL
The Uptown Neighborhood Health Center provides primary health services, support services, and special services, such as family violence assessments, health education, nutrition, and social services.
White Crane Wellness Center
1355 W. Foster, Chicago IL 60640
The White Crane Wellness Center is a health and wellness center for individuals 50 and older that provides an adult day wellness program, wellness programs and health outreach services.
1510 W. Howard St, Chicago, IL 60626
The goal of the WIC program is to provide federal grants to states for food, healthcare information, and nutritional education for low-income pregnant women. It also provides services for postpartum women and children up to five years of age who are at a nutritional disadvantage. Before any of these services are distributed you must meet the low-income level requirements that are set by the USDA in order to qualify.