Infant Welfare Society of Chicago Opens New Location

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From left to right: Dr. Bechara Choucair, Commissioner, Chicago Department of Public Health; Alderman Rey Colon; Dr. John Wilhelm, Executive Director, Infant Welfare Society of Chicago; Kate Boege, President, Infant Welfare Society of Chicago Board of Directors; and Dr. Damon Arnold, Director, Illinois Department of Public Health.

Welfare Society of Chicago in celebrating 100 years of delivering health services to Chicago’s neediest women and children at a Centennial Open House and Reception. Guests received a behind-the-scenes tour of the state-of-the-art Angel Harvey Infant Welfare Society of Chicago Community Health Center in Logan Square, visited with clinical directors and staff and learned about Infant Welfare’s latest innovations in programs and services. Since 1911, the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago has provided an ever expanding array of health care and supportive services to infants, children, and women in medically underserved communities. Today, the Infant Welfare Society offers a continuum of medical care, dental care, emotional/behavioral health services and more for infants, children, adolescents, and women. Last year, Infant Welfare served a record 13,000 patients.

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