Last week, Erie House received an incredible and sizable donation of 30,000 quality-certified surgical masks through the American Medical Association’s (AMA) collaboration with Project N95, a not-for-profit national clearinghouse for PPE.  Through this partnership, Erie House and other community organizations have received generous donations of ASTM-rated surgical masks to distribute to our community and help those hardest hit by…

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The organization first opened its doors in West Town on December 4, 1870 CHICAGO — Erie Neighborhood House, a social services nonprofit headquartered in the West Town neighborhood, is celebrating its 150th anniversary of service to Chicago’s immigrant and low-income communities on December 4, 2020. Erie House was originally founded as a “little Dutch Church”…

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Read this article at Better.net. Erie Neighborhood House, the oldest operating settlement house in Chicago, has seen plenty of change in its time — but its essential support and services have remained a constant upon which Chicago’s immigrant community can rely.  Since 1870, the nonprofit has worked to provide the comprehensive aid which immigrant and…

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The Erie House Proyecto Cuídate counseling team has recently grown to a full staff of six counselors, allowing us to provide even more critical mental health support and resources to individuals and families in Little Village and surrounding communities. Meet the team!

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At Erie House, our NAEYC-accredited, full-day early childhood education program provides a safe, nurturing space for children ages 2-5, supporting working parents in the process. Our child-centered curriculum develops crucial kindergarten-readiness skills, with 97% of our 5-year olds meeting literacy expectations. Our classroom teachers also collaborate with a clinical psychologist and family workers to foster cognitive, socio-emotional and physical well-being for…

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