El Hogar del Niño
El Hogar del Niño was founded out of a local church basement in 1972 by various community members who sought to develop the first bilingual school and affordable daycare in the Latino communities of Pilsen and Little Village in Chicago. El Hogar del Niño was formally established as a research and demonstration project of the Office of Child Development. For 40 years, our mission continues to be one which is for and about children assessing their needs and finding ways to meet those needs. Currently, the organization serves over 300 children through its toddler, head start, early head start, day care, preschool, early childhood development and after school programs. Parents receive early childhood parenting and development education as well as medical services, and the entire family benefits from a comprehensive network of services including employment, education and health. The Family Case Management program serves eligible pregnant women, infants, and children.
El Centro de Corazón was established in June 1994 as a community‐based social services organization for East End families, with an initial focus on mental [...]Read More