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ILLINOIS ADOPTION AND PREGNANCY RESOURCES

Adoption Center for Family Building counselors make referrals to local resources and provide transportation to clinics and hospitals, if needed. If you are interested in learning more about adoption services, call 1-800: 869-1005

If you prefer,please text Maggie at 847-366-6343

 

llinois Department of Public Health

Information available on health resources throughout Illinois.                                                               825 North Rutledge Street,  Springfield                                                                                                                                                                                                                          217-782-6562

Woman and Infant Care Hotline                                                                                                 Prenatal and newborn information: 800-323-4769                                                                      

Women Infant & Children (WIC)                                                                                                   Offices throughout the state provides milk, cheese, other dairy products and diapers for low income pregnant women and children. 800-323-4769

Access Community Health Network
Access operates nearly 60 community health centers in Chicago, greater Cook County and DuPage County. Pregnancy testing and prenatal care in most centers.                                                       1555 West Howard Street,  Chicago, (773) 764-7146                                                                          222 North Canal Street,  Chicago, (312) 526-2200

ALL KIDS
1-866-255-5437
Provides information on abortion alternatives, free pregnancy tests, adoption and offers free counseling

City of Chicago Department of Human Services
312-746-8545
1615 W. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622
Connect individuals and families in need of resources, from subsidized childcare to housing for the homeless

Greater Elgin Family Care Center                                                                                                    370 Summit St, Elgin, IL 60120                                                                                                                               847-608-1344                                                                                                                                          Provides quality, affordable health care to uninsured, underinsured individuals and families.                                                                                                            

Ph.D Counseling Center/Baby & Maternity Closet
1610 Colonial Parkway
Inverness, IL 60067 Hotline: 847-359-4919
Baby & Closet: 847-991-3586

Lake County Health Dept.
847.377.8400
Pregnancy Counseling Services and pre-natal care for residents of Lake County. Patricia Lopez
3010 Grand Avenue
Waukegan, IL 60085

DuPage County Health Dept
1111 E Jackson St , Lombard, IL 60148, (630) 682-7400 111 North County Farm Road, Wheaton (630) 682-7400 245 West Roosevelt Road, West Chicago, (630) 682-7400

DuPage Emergency Shelter:
630-941-8681

Winnebago County Health Dept.
401 Division Street, Rockford
(815) 720-4000

555 North Court Street, Rockford
(815) 720-4000

330 15th Ave # 2, Rockford
(815) 972-7200

Mclean County Maternal Child Health
200 W. Front St.
Bloomington, IL 61701
Ph: (309) 888-5450

Centro Romero
773-508-5300
6216 N. Clark, Chicago, IL 60660
Family services program helping Latinos with legal referral, youth programs and GED. Domestic violence services for Spanish speaking women.

Chicago Emergency Housing Hotline
800-654-8595

Community Counseling Center of Chicago
773-549-2322
Free parenting skills classes in English and Spanish for parents of children from birth to age 12. CTA passes, refreshments and free childcare provided.

Cook County Child Care Resource and Referral
773-769-8000
Referrals for child care resources. Must be at least 20 years of age

Erie Family Health Center
Delivering health care to low-income, underinsured and uninsured Chicagoans
312-666-3494

Evanston Hospital Connections Program for Pregnant and Parenting Teens
847-570-1527
2650 Ridge Ave
Evanston, IL 60201
Prenatal classes, developmental guidance, support and mentoring. Services are available in Spanish

Family Network, Inc.
847-433-0377
330 Laurel Ave.
Highland Park, IL 60035
Family support agency, open to all regardless of ability to pay. Promotes the well being of children by supporting and strengthening their families.

Howard Area Community Center
773-262-6622
7648 N. Paulina
Chicago, IL 60626
Infant and toddler program, home visiting, parenting, support, ESL and GED classes.

Infant Welfare Society Teen Parent Services
847-491-9650
2200 Main Street
Evanston, IL 60201
Comprehensive parenting services for teens including support groups, family support, case management, field trips and home visitation.

Lydia Home
773-653-2200 Strengthening Children and Families
4300 West Irving Park Road Chicago, IL 60641

Maryville Crisis Nursery
773-205-3637 (24 hr. helpline)
A temporary emergency shelter for newborns through age six
4015 Oak Park Ave, Building B.
Chicago, IL 60634

Meadows Community Services
847-590-6338
2401 Kirchoff Road
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
Food pantry, clothing, financial assistance, ESL, assistance for healthcare, citizenship classes and counseling. Services are available in Spanish.

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233

The Night Ministry
Youth Empowerment Services
773-784-9000 X 232
4711 N. Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60640
Prenatal services, counseling, parenting skills, GED, job training and housing assistance

YWCA Rape Crisis Hotline and Counseling Serices
Operating 24 hour support for survivors of sexual assault and their significant others.
Call 888-293-2080 in Chicago Metropolitan Area
Call 630-971-3927 in DuPage County
Call 708-748-5672 in the South Suburbs

On Your Feet Foundation
847-433-7820
Provides support to birthparents following an adoptive placement." Focuses on helping their clients build a better life by giving them the tools they need through case management and coaching, monetary grants and through the creation of a community of other birthparents.

For information about Adoption options and pregnancy resources, please contact us at Adoption Center for Family Building 1-800-869-1005 or send an email to info@centerforfamily.com.  If you prefer, send us a text message: 847-366-6351

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