We provide an array of services to support, inform and educate the community on topics that strengthen the individual and family unit in Little Village and surrounding areas, with the aim of healing, building relationships, and creating safe spaces to promote wellness in the community.
Erie House Counseling
Our team of clinicans delivers trauma-informed care and support for you and your family through free individual and group therapy, case management, and access to mental and physical health resources. We also provide case management for Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) and Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) clients.
Education & Empowerment Groups
We offer parenting groups and workshops on topics such as teen dating and effects of technology on the development of a child as well as women's empowerment groups to support you in your journey, creating safe spaces where you can learn and grow in community with others.
Our work with youth in South Lawndale/Little Village includes restorative principles classes in the school setting, anti-bullying and suicide prevention training, an after-school leadership program, and a mentoring initiative for students aimed at building youth power, support, and positive identities and relationships to inspire resilience in our communities.
You can make a significant impact on the lives of individuals and families in the South Lawndale/Little Village community.
Participate in a team environment to provide support to local youth, build positive relationships, and share resources to help them reach their potential.
Ideal Commitment: 1 day/week throughout the year
Get hands-on experience as you complete your social work or psychology internship through your undergraduate or graduate program.
Ideal Commitment: Semester/Full Academic Year, depending on program requirements