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360 Youth Services
Naperville, IL
$8,000For the Youth In Transition program, which offers up to two years of housing and support services for homeless youth, 18 to 21 years old. The program discharged 38 youth during FY11.
Academy for Urban School Leadership
Chicago, IL
$45,000For the Chicago Teacher Residency program, which provides a year-long intensive training for current and aspiring teachers. In 2011, AUSL trained 72 residents.
Advocate Charitable Foundation
Downers Grove, IL
$25,000For the Children's Trauma Treatment program for low income families, providing psychotherapy and counseling services to severely abused children, most of whom live in foster care. In FY11, the program served 50 children.
Albany Park Community Center, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$30,000For the Beginning Literacy program, which provides small group classes and one-on-one tutoring for individuals with low literacy levels. In FY11, the program served 350 adult learners.
Apna Ghar, Inc. (Our Home)
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Children's Counseling program, providing individual and family counseling for children with trauma-related issues due to domestic violence. In FY11, the program served 12 children and hired a full time children's counselor.
Aquinas Literacy Center
Chicago, IL
$10,000For the Beginning ESL Literacy program, which offers individual and group tutoring, computer training, conversation and writing classes on the city's southwest side. In FY12,186 learners participated.
Aquinas Literacy Center
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Beginning ESL Literacy program, which offers individual and group tutoring, computer training, conversation and writing classes on the city's southwest side. In FY12, the program served 62 adults.
Asian Human Services of Chicago, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Bridge program, which provides ESL instruction and contextualized early childhood education classes for adult learners interested in becoming preschool teachers.
Asian Human Services of Chicago, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$10,000For the Beginning Literacy program, a component of the Literacy Education for Adults and Families (LEAF) program, which offers contextualized education classes for adult learners. In FY12, the program served 15 adults.
Association House of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$35,000For the Vocational Bridge Academy, which provides adult education, computer training, and support services to adults with very low work skills.
Association House of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Pre-Bridge program development and implementation project, providing clients with workforce related literacy education. Clients interested in health care jobs can participate in a health-focused course that includes literacy instruction.
Association House of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$15,000For the Out of School Time program, which provides academic tutoring and social supports to K-3rd grade students with below-grade-level scores in reading and math. In FY12, the program served 35 low income students.
Association House of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$37,500For the Pre-Bridge and Beginning Literacy Adult Literacy programs, which serve learners with literacy skills between the 3.0 and 9.0 reading grade levels. In FY13, the combined programs served 339 post-tested, unduplicated learners.
Association House of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$30,000For the Out of School Time program, which provides academic tutoring and social supports to K-3rd grade students with below-grade-level scores in reading and math. In FY12, the program served 21 low income students.
Beacon Therapeutic School, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$37,500For the Family Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) program, which is a cross-sector partnership that delivers integrated, comprehensive, community-based services to young, homeless mothers with young children, who have serious mental illness and substance abuse disorders, and histories of chronic homelessness. In FY12, the program served 41 children.
Beacon Therapeutic School, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$50,000For the Family Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) program, which provides housing, case management and mental health services to homeless families. The program served 62 families in FY12.
Beacon Therapeutic School, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$75,000For the Family Assertive Community Treatment program, which provides housing, case management and mental health services to homeless families. The program served 69 families in FY11.
Between Friends
Chicago, IL
$35,000For the Children's program, which provides group, individual and family therapeutic counseling for children who have been severely impacted by domestic violence. In 2012, the program served 46 children.
Between Friends
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Children's program, which provides group, individual and family therapeutic counseling for children who have been severely impacted by domestic violence. In 2011, the program served 36 low income children and their parents.
Breaking Ground
Chicago, IL
$40,000For the Machinist Training for Ex-Offenders program, which provides literacy skill development, manufacturing skills training, National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) certification and job readiness skills to individuals with criminal records. Clients receive training in blueprint reading, manual mill operating, manual lathes and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) mills. In FY12, 39 trainees completed the program.
Bridge Communities Inc.
Glen Ellyn, IL
$8,000For general support. The agency provides transitional housing, mentoring and supportive services to homeless families in DuPage County. 100 families were served in FY11.
Bridge Youth & Family Services
Palatine, IL
$40,000For the Bridge Traumatic Stress program, which provides treatment to children and their families in the immediate aftermath of trauma caused by domestic violence and/or child abuse. In FY12, the program served 148 children.
Bridge Youth & Family Services
Palatine, IL
$30,000For the Bridge Traumatic Stress program, which provides treatment to children and their families in the immediate aftermath of trauma caused by domestic violence and/or child abuse. In FY11, the program served 105 children.
Cara Program
Chicago, IL
$100,000For the Job Training, Placement and Retention program, which provides intensive job readiness, training, placement and support services to low income, low-skilled and formerly homeless men and women. In FY12, the program served 241 clients.
Casa Central Social Services Corporation
Chicago, IL
$30,000For the Safe Start program, which provides intensive therapeutic and supportive services, and parent and community trainings on the impact of domestic violence on young children in eight west side communities. In FY11, the program served 72 children.
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