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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Collaborative for Community Wellness, Alderman Propose $25m in New City Funds for Mental Health

Collaborative for Community Wellness, Alderman Propose $25m in New City Funds for Mental Health

At the City Council Mtg., on October 31st, Alderman Ricardo Muñoz (22nd Ward) introduced a budget amendment to move $25 Million to fund mental health services in Chicago. On Monday… Read more »

Loretto Hospital Launches New Clinical Trial Research Program

Loretto Hospital Launches New Clinical Trial Research Program

The Loretto Hospital announced that it now hosts FDA-approved clinical trials.  Each clinical trial will be coordinated through the hospital’s new Clinical Research Department in collaboration with pharmaceutical companies. Current… Read more »

Steps of Gratitude that Will Change Your Life

Steps of Gratitude that Will Change Your Life

By: Carol Tuttle Edited by Lawndale Bilingual Newspaper You can’t force change. You need to allow it. And a key to allowing is accountability. When we take accountability for every… Read more »

Erie Family Health Centers Receives Top Honor

Erie Family Health Centers Receives Top Honor

For the sixth time, Erie Family Health Centers has been named one of the Chicago area’s Top Workplaces by the Chicago Tribune. Erie is the only community health center, and… Read more »

ASI Elevating Home Care to the Next Level Conference

ASI Elevating Home Care to the Next Level Conference

Caption by Ashmar Mandou ASI Home Care organization presented its first conference in the region that focused on the importance of the home care aide and offered Latino and African-American… Read more »

UIC Engineers Hosts ‘Noche de Ciencias’ for Young Latino Students

UIC Engineers Hosts ‘Noche de Ciencias’ for Young Latino Students

By: Ashmar Mandou The University of Illinois in Chicago Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) hosted “Noche de Ciencias” (Night of Science) on Saturday, Nov. 3rd at Instituto del Progreso… Read more »

Triton College Child Development Center Hosts Kindergarten Open House

Triton College Child Development Center Hosts Kindergarten Open House

Parents are invited to attend the upcoming Triton College Kindergarten Program open house to learn how our dedicated Child Development Center staff can help your child start their educational journey… Read more »

CPS Announces State-of-the-Art Englewood High School Will Be Community’s First Early College STEM School

CPS Announces State-of-the-Art Englewood High School Will Be Community’s First Early College STEM School

As work moves forward on the brand new, open enrollment neighborhood high school in Englewood, CPS announced that the new state-of-the-art school will be the city’s ninth Early College Science,… Read more »

Registration Opens for City Colleges of Chicago Spring 2019 Semester

Registration Opens for City Colleges of Chicago Spring 2019 Semester

City Colleges of Chicago offers a quality, affordable education that puts students on a pathway to bachelor’s degree programs and in-demand careers. Chicagoans can take classes for college credit at… Read more »

American Red Cross Seeks Nominations to Honor Local Heroes

American Red Cross Seeks Nominations to Honor Local Heroes

The American Red Cross of Chicago and Northern Illinois is accepting nominations to honor the heroes walking among us at its annual Heroes Breakfast in spring 2019. Every year the… Read more »