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The Network collectively unifies service providers to ensure survivors across our region have access to comprehensive domestic and sexual violence services.
The following member organizations are providing services to survivors in communities across our area throughout the public health pandemic.  Select a provider below for more information on services, hours, and location.

Family Rescue

Address Administration/Community Outreach Offices 8811 S. Stony Island Ave. Chicago IL 60617 Phone: 773-375-1918 (Admin) Phone: 773-375-6863 (COR) Website: http://www.familyrescueinc.org

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Rosenthal Family Lodge (emergency housing) – address kept confidential 60617 773-375-8400 https://familyrescueinc.org/programs-services/rosenthal-family-lodge-program/

Ridgeland Apartments (transitional housing) – address kept confidential 60649 773-667-0715 https://familyrescueinc.org/programs-services/ridgeland-apartments-daycare/

New Heights Apartments (rapid-rehousing office) – 4953 S. Ashland Ave. 60609 773-948-7960

Chicago Police Department (CPD) 003rd District Office – 7040 S. Cottage Grove Ave. 60619 312-747-5493

CPD Area South Complex – 727 E. 111th St. 60628 872-702-4397

Domestic Violence Courthouse – 555 W. Harrison St., Room 220 60607 312-325-9300
https://familyrescueinc.org/programs-services/legal-advocacy-program/

Chicago’s Department of Family & Support Services Office (DFSS) Englewood (Mobile Unit Office) – 1140 W. 79th St. 60620 312-745-8296

DFSS East Garfield Park – 10 S. Kedzie Ave. 60612 (East Garfield Park) 312-743-0144

DFSS North Area – 845 W. Wilson Ave. 60640 (Uptown) 312-744-6195

DFSS Trina Davila – 4312 W. North Ave. 60639 (Hermosa) 312-744-3779
https://familyrescueinc.org/programs-services/community-outreach-program/

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Administration/Community Outreach Offices 8811 S. Stony Island Ave. Chicago IL 60617

 

Comprehend the key objectives of the Illinois Department of Human Services ProtocolDemonstrate an understanding of essential PAIP curriculum componentsExhibit an understanding of an effective group process with appropriate co-facilitation skillsUnderstand and gain the tools to engage with difficult participantsBe familiar with PAIP Requirements and ReportingThis 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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