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Head Start




Organizations:

Metropolitan Family Services DuPage Head Start and Early Head Start
(630) 784-4801
Head Start and Early Head Start are voluntary social service programs with eligibility determined by age and income. The focus is to meet the individual needs of children and to assist families in obtaining skills and acquiring knowledge of resources to meet their needs. Children with special needs are welcome in any of the programs. The programs are funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Early Head Start serves pregnant women, infants and toddlers from birth to three years of age and their families. Head Start serves 3, 4, and 5 year old children and their families. Locations are available throughout the DuPage County area.

Outreach Community Center
Year-Round M-F 9-6:30pm
(630) 260-7600
Services for Carol Stream residents include: counseling, financial assistance, After-School program K-12 for District 200, mentoring and tutoring for children. Programs include: Family Support Casework Family-to-Family Friendly Visiting Community Counseling Center Children's Services and Youth Development Big Buddy Mentoring Jubilee Neighborhood School Junior High Club Learn 2 Earn and Superb Student Tutoring Wrap-Around Kindergarten Education (WAKE) Community Development and Partnerships Joint Council of Southeast Village Neighborhood Watch Twice Is Nice Resale Store Bridgeway Community Church Interfaith Food Pantry HeadStart by Lifelink

Pillars - Business Office
708-PILLARS (708-745-5277)
Pillars keeps our communities healthy and strong by providing quality, community-based services for over 10,000 individuals and families annually who are facing challenges and crisis. Some of Pillars many services include Constance Morris House, a domestic violence shelter; LaGrange Area Transitional Housing (LATH), for families facing homelessness; the Child and Family Development Center, which includes our HeadStart program; Buddy’s Place, for children who have experienced the death of a caregiver; Mental Health Services for all age groups; Addiction and Prevention services for adults and adolescents; and Crisis Intervention Services, which helps stabilize personal and family emergencies.

Pillars - Constance Morris House
(708)995-3680 (Administrative)
Pillars keeps our communities healthy and strong by providing quality, community-based services for over 10,000 individuals and families annually who are facing challenges and crisis. Some of Pillars many services include Constance Morris House, a domestic violence shelter; LaGrange Area Transitional Housing (LATH), for families facing homelessness; the Child and Family Development Center, which includes our HeadStart program; Buddy’s Place, for children who have experienced the death of a caregiver; Mental Health Services for all age groups; Addiction and Prevention services for adults and adolescents; and Crisis Intervention Services, which helps stabilize personal and family emergencies.

Pillars - The Fillmore Center
708-PILLARS (708-745-5277)
Pillars keeps our communities healthy and strong by providing quality, community-based services for over 10,000 individuals and families annually who are facing challenges and crisis. Some of Pillars many services include Constance Morris House, a domestic violence shelter; LaGrange Area Transitional Housing (LATH), for families facing homelessness; the Child and Family Development Center, which includes our HeadStart program; Buddy’s Place, for children who have experienced the death of a caregiver; Mental Health Services for all age groups; Addiction and Prevention services for adults and adolescents; and Crisis Intervention Services, which helps stabilize personal and family emergencies.

Pillars Community Center - Hickory Hills
708-PILLARS (708-745-5277)
Pillars keeps our communities healthy and strong by providing quality, community-based services for over 10,000 individuals and families annually who are facing challenges and crisis. Some of Pillars many services include Constance Morris House, a domestic violence shelter; LaGrange Area Transitional Housing (LATH), for families facing homelessness; the Child and Family Development Center, which includes our HeadStart program; Buddy’s Place, for children who have experienced the death of a caregiver; Mental Health Services for all age groups; Addiction and Prevention services for adults and adolescents; and Crisis Intervention Services, which helps stabilize personal and family emergencies.

Pillars Community Center - Summit
708-PILLARS (708-745-5277)
Pillars keeps our communities healthy and strong by providing quality, community-based services for over 10,000 individuals and families annually who are facing challenges and crisis. Some of Pillars many services include Constance Morris House, a domestic violence shelter; LaGrange Area Transitional Housing (LATH), for families facing homelessness; the Child and Family Development Center, which includes our HeadStart program; Buddy’s Place, for children who have experienced the death of a caregiver; Mental Health Services for all age groups; Addiction and Prevention services for adults and adolescents; and Crisis Intervention Services, which helps stabilize personal and family emergencies.

Pillars Community Center - Western Springs
708-PILLARS (708-745-5277)
Pillars keeps our communities healthy and strong by providing quality, community-based services for over 10,000 individuals and families annually who are facing challenges and crisis. Some of Pillars many services include Constance Morris House, a domestic violence shelter; LaGrange Area Transitional Housing (LATH), for families facing homelessness; the Child and Family Development Center, which includes our HeadStart program; Buddy’s Place, for children who have experienced the death of a caregiver; Mental Health Services for all age groups; Addiction and Prevention services for adults and adolescents; and Crisis Intervention Services, which helps stabilize personal and family emergencies.



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