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Brighton Park Neighborhood Council
Brighton Park Neighborhood Council – Community Schools
Program Description. Provides structured educational and enrichment activities for children and teens, including homework and studying help, through its after-school programs. Additionally offers English as a Second Language (ESL) and high school equivalency classes and testing for adults. Services are free. Programming is offered at seven schools in Brighton Park (Brighton Park Elementary School, Burroughs Elementary School, Curie Metro High School, Davis Elementary School, Shields Elementary School, Shields Middle School, and Thomas Kelly College Preparatory).
Contact Information. Please contact Maricela Bautista at 773-523-7110.
Brighton Park Neighborhood Council – Clinical Services
Program Description. Offers school-based counseling to address students’ mental health needs at six schools in Brighton Park (Brighton Park Elementary School, Burroughs Elementary School, Davis Elementary School, Shields Elementary School, Shields Middle School, and Thomas Kelly College Preparatory).
Contact Information. Please contact Veronica Ortiz at 773-558-3353 or email@example.com.
Brighton Park Neighborhood Council – Financial Services
Program Description. Offers financial coaching, rental counseling, eviction and foreclosure prevention support, and counseling for home buyers. Contact Information. Please call 773-523-7110.
Brighton Park Neighborhood Council – Public Benefits Enrollment
Program Description. Offers support applying for health insurance benefits and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Additionally assists eligible households in reconnecting or paying for gas, propane, electricity, and/or water through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
Contact Information. Please call 773-523-7110.
Brighton Park Neighborhood Council – Success and Stability Program
Program Description. Provides comprehensive case management services and financial coaching to help families at risk of homelessness find stable housing and increase financial stability.
Contact Information. Please call 773-492-0990.
Comprehend the key objectives of the Illinois Department of Human Services ProtocolDemonstrate an understanding of essential PAIP curriculum components Exhibit an understanding of an effective group process with appropriate co-facilitation skills Understand and gain the tools to engage with difficult participants Be familiar with PAIP Requirements and Reporting This virtual PAIP training meets the DHS training requirement for PAIP staff; however, participants in this virtual training will be unable to use this training towards CPAIP certification, as ICDVP has not approved virtual trainings. CPAIP certification is voluntary and not required to run PAIP programming.
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