A Just Harvest is an anti-hunger organization that fights hunger in three ways: serving a nightly meal and distributing emergency food, engaging in community and economic development work, and organizing for justice. “…until all have plenty and no one is left in need.”
Consists of hospitals, healthcare facilities and clinics, graduate medical education and allied health programs and health and fitness resources. Based in Chicago, Illinois.
The American Red Cross supports the position that improved training and access to AEDs could save 50,000 lives each year. The Red Cross believes that all Americans should be within four minutes of an AED and someone trained to use it.
CHHSM—it rhymes with prism—is the Council of Health and Human Service Ministries of the United Church of Christ. We are 75 corporate members, all affiliated with the United Church of Christ, that operate 357 facilities and programs providing.
We’re a faith-based organization. While closely aligned with the United Church of Christ, our over 100-year heritage has deep roots with its predecessors, most notably, the Evangelical and Reformed denomination. Like today’s United Church of Christ, we believe human dignity is a right, and we honor each other and the unique gifts each person offers the World. All people are welcome to our communities, and we celebrate each life journey. As part of our faith-based commitment, we’re proud members of the Council for Health and Human Service Ministry (CHHSM), an association of health and human service organizations and programs recognized as an expression of the ministry and mission of the United Church of Christ.
INMI envisions a future in which people freely seek the mental health services they need without fear of embarrassment or stigma. Faith communities are leading a cultural shift that permeates our society with compassion for people with mental illnesses and their families.
Providing answers to your questions about healthcare and presenting care options so that your quality of life remains as good as it can be … whether you face a serious illness or the end of life.
We are Leaven. We are rising. We are an intentional community of folks with a diversity of experiences, spanning the generations. We are church-folk and not-so-churchy folk, community partners and neighbors, old and young, wise and creative, curious and questioning, spiritual and earthy, passionate and powerful. Leaven is place where radical relationships become collective power.
Pathways to Promise is an interfaith technical assistance and resource center which offers liturgical and educational materials, program models, and networking information to promote a caring ministry with people with mental illness and their families.
Located in the beautiful Chicago suburb of Palos Park, Peace Village is a not-for-profit senior living community committed to providing people from all walks of life with the comforts and opportunities needed to truly enjoy the best years of their lives.
Plymouth Place has been a local landmark in La Grange Park, Illinois, for more than 70 years. Throughout our history, we’ve expanded our campus and built a reputation as the premier senior living community in Chicago’s western suburbs.
Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides comfort and dignity for individuals at the end of their lives. We are proud to be among the oldest and largest of the non-profit organizations serving Chicagoland. Our organization extends that comfort to support bereaved loved ones of Rainbow Hospice patients and others in the greater Chicago community. Rainbow Hospice serves residents of Cook, Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage and Will Counties.
Renewal in the Wilderness offers spiritual retreats in nature—in the great outdoors—mostly for adults. For at least 6000 years, people looking for a deeper connection to their spiritual center have gone to wild places to find that center, and something larger.
The Retirement Research Foundation (RRF) is devoted exclusively to improving the quality of life for our nation’s older adults, especially those who are vulnerable due to advanced age, economic disadvantage, or disparity related to race and ethnicity.
The United Church of Christ Mental Health Network works to reduce stigma and promote the inclusion of people with mental illnesses/brain disorders and their families in the life, leadership and work of congregations.