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					                         IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ

Please be advised that the lists of “Possible Sites for Clinical Placement” on
the DePaul website are provided to help students with the search process.
However, there is no guarantee that each site will have the appropriate
supervision year after year due to staff turnover, change in practicing
theories, etc. Therefore, do not assume that the sites on these lists will
have supervisors with the necessary requirements! You must verify and
confirm these requirements with each potential site supervisor regardless
of how you locate the site!


Please remember your site supervisor must hold certain and specific
certifications and/or licenses! These are the requirements by
concentration:

School: Site supervisor must hold a Type 73 with a SCHOOL COUNSELING ENDORSEMENT.
The student needs to verify what type of endorsement the potential supervisor has. For
example a Type 73 Social Worker is not satisfactory.

Community: Site supervisor must be an LCPC, LCSW, a licensed psychologist or
psychiatrist. An LPC will NOT work.

College Student Development: The on-site supervisor shall be, at the time of
supervision, any person who has been trained in college student development/student
affairs, has worked in the field with direct student contact for 3 years, and holds at least a
Master’s degree in college student development or the equivalent.



It is extremely important that you verify and confirm these requirements
with each potential site supervisor as this information directly impacts
whether or not you can use the site for your clinical experience!
                                COMMUNITY AGENCIES
                                  Created on October 9, 2006 by MM.
                                  Updated May 13, 2010 by MS & JH.


ADA S. MCKINLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES INC. DIVISION OF
INTERVENTION SERVICES
2715 West 63rd St., Chicago, IL 60629 773.434.5577

http://www.adasmckinley.org

Contact Person
Marilyn Carter
773.434.5577
mcarter@adasmckinley.org

Mission Statement
Our mission is to serve those who, because of disabilities or other limiting conditions, need help
in finding and pursuing paths leading to healthy, productive, and fulfilling lives.

This organization does in home counseling

Types of Clients:
   • children & adolescents
   • family members

Typical Presenting Concerns:
Severe behavior and/or emotional problems
   • emotionally disturbed youth
   • aggressive behavior
   • runaways
   • suicidal and homicidal ideation
   • incompliant behavior with medication


ALEXIAN BROTHERS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH HOSPITAL *** New site***
1650 Moon Lake Boulevard, Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 800-432-5005

http://www.alexianbrothershealth.org

Contact Person
Kathleen M. Fader, PsyD; Licensed Psychologist
Phone: 847-882-1600



ALLENDALE ASSOCIATION: BRADLEY COUNSELING CENTER

P.O. Box 1088, Lake Villa, IL 60046 847.356.3322

http://www.allendale4kids.org

Contact Person
Dr. Sandra Clazelli, Director, Clinical and Community Services
Allendale Association
Grand Avenue & Offield Drive
Lake Villa, IL 60046
Phone: 847.356.3322
Email: sclazelli@allendale4kids.org

Mission Statement
The Allendale Association is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to excellence and
innovation in the care, education, treatment and advocacy for troubled children, youth and their
families.

Types of Clients:
   • children & adolescents
   • families

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • mild to severe mental illness
   • upsetting experiences at home or in the classroom
   • abuse and neglect
   • isolation in the community


ALTERNATIVES, INC.
4730 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 60640 773.506.7474

http://www.alternativesyouth.org

Contact Person
Andrea Kuebbeler, Clinical Director
Phone: 773.506.7474
E-Mail: akuebbeler@alternativesyouth.org

Mission Statement
Alternatives’ mission is to facilitate personal development, strengthen family relationships and
enhance the community well being. Alternatives’ core focus areas include leadership
development, academic enrichment, counseling and violence and substance abuse prevention.
This site provides both counseling and youth development programming.

Types of Clients:
   • children & adolescents (8-24 years old)
   • families

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • homelessness
   • substance abuse
   • family conflict
   • mental illness
   • school related problems


ANIXTER CENTER
Administrative Office
6610 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60626 773.973.7900

http://www.anixter.org

Contact Person
Amy Laboy
773.929.8200 Ext. 270
alaboy@anixter.org

Mission Statement
   • The Anixter assists people with disabilities to live and work successfully in the
       community.
   • Anixter Center is a leading provider of high-quality vocational, residential and education
       options, substance abuse prevention and treatment, and health care.
   • Anixter Center is an advocate for the rights of people with disabilities to be full and equal
       members in a community.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents & adults with various disabilities

Typical Presenting Concerns:
    •   mental illness (bipolar disorder, depression, schizophrenia etc.)
    •   substance abuse problems
    •   developmental disabilities
    •   traumatic brain injury

ANIXTER CENTER
2032 North Clybourn Avenue Chicago, IL 60614-4051           773-929-8200

Mental Health Services
 
Contact Person
Supervisor: Charita Graham (Director, LCPC)
Phone: 773-929-8200 ext: 235
Fax: 773-929-3416
Email: cgraham@anixter.org

DePaul Intern Contact:
Jessica Taylor
773-929-8200

ASSOCIATION HOUSE
1116 North Kedzie Ave., Chicago, IL 60651 773.772.7170

http://www.associationhouse.org

Contact Person
Sarah Bisono – Gonzalez, Supervisor of the Counseling Program
Phone: 773.772.8009 ext. 6708
E-Mail: sbisono@associationhouse.org

Mission Statement
To help families help themselves.

Types of Clients:
• children, adolescents and adults
• families
• services in the community (school, churches, etc.)

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• adjustment and transition issues
• depression
• psychotic disorders
• anxiety
• post traumatic stress disorder


BIRTHWAYS
1484 W. Farragut Ave., Chicago, IL 60640

http://www.birthwaysinc.com

Contact Person
Karen Laing, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 888.506.0607
E-Mail: klaing@birthwaysinc.com

Mission Statement
No mission statement.

Types of Clients:
   • babies
    •   mother who are childbearing, having babies, or need postpartum care
    •   fathers
    •   family members

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • postpartum depression
   • mood disorders
   • care in the postpartum time
   • labor support services
   • childbirth education

Note: The staff changes so LCPC and/or LCSW may not always be available.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO
*** Please note that they are no longer accepting counseling interns for the ’09-’10 academic
year****

721 N. LaSalle Dr., Chicago, IL 60610 312.655.7700
http://catholiccharities.net

Contact Person
Linda Hoag, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 312.655.7718
E-Mail: lhoag@catholiccharities.net

Mission Statement
Catholic Charities fulfills the Church’s role in the mission of charity to anyone in need by providing
compassionate, competent and professional services that strengthen and support individuals,
families and communities based on the value and dignity of human life.

Types of Clients:
   • clients served are people of all ages, from “conception to death”
   • there is no “typical” client for Catholic Charities; the largest programs are for women
       children and the elderly

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • adoption & post-adoption
   • child abuse & neglect
   • teens at risk
   • teen parenting assistance
   • domestic violence
   • employment concerns
   • food and clothing needs
   • health in low-income communities
   • health care for seniors
   • HIV/AIDS concerns
   • homelessness
   • immigration and refugee issues
   • substance abuse
   • support for families and friends of suicide victims
   • abuse of the elderly

Note: There are over 126 locations available in Lake and Cook counties; however the program
as well as the need for interns varies from year to year.

CENTER ON HALSTED
3656 N. Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60613 773.472.6469

http://www.centeronhalsted.org

Contact Person
Braden Berkey, PsyD.
Phone: 773.472.6469 ext. 237
E-Mail: SOGI@centeronhalsted.org


Mission Statement
In a safe and nurturing environment, the Center on Halsted serves as a catalyst for the LGBT
community that links and provides community resources, and enriches life experiences.

Types of Clients:
   • lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) populations
   • youth, adults & seniors
   • families

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • affective disorders
   • relationship concerns
   • identity development (sexual orientation and gender)
   • coming-out issues (orientation and gender)
   • hate crimes/domestic violence in the community



CHICAGO HOUSE
1925 N. Clybourn Ave., Suite 401, Chicago, IL 60614 773.248.5200

http://www.chicagohouse.org

Contact Person
Susan Zeigler
Phone: 773.248.5200 ext. 334
E-Mail: szeigler@chicagohouse.org


Mission Statement
Chicago House provides housing and supportive services to individuals and families affected by
HIV, poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, and mental illness. All Chicago House services
are provided without discrimination and are explicitly designed to move people toward wholeness
and self-sufficiency.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents, adults & elderly with AIDS

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • living with AIDS
   • not being able to afford medication
   • substance abuse
   • homelessness
   • mental illness
   • poverty
   • sexual orientation issues

Note: Interns do not work at the Clybourn location but at one of three confidential sites; two
located in uptown and one is near Ukrainian Village.


CHILDSERV
8765 W. Higgins, Suite 450, Chicago, IL 60631 773.693.0300

http://www.childserv.org

Contact Person
Ms. BB Bermudez, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.867.7326
E-Mail: Bbermudez@childserv.org
Mission Statement
Helping children and families build better lives since 1894.

Types of Clients:
• children & adolescents in foster care
• families that want to adopt
• families that have adopted

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • physical needs
   • social/emotional needs


CHRISTOPHER HOUSE
2507 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago, IL 60614 773.472.1083

http://www.christopherhouse.org

Contact Person
Don Halperin, LCSW
Phone: 773.472.1083
E-Mail: dhalperin@christopherhouse.org

Mission Statement
To help children, families, and individuals in need help themselves through integrated social,
educational, and human services programs.

Types of Clients:
   • all ages
   • all races
   • men & women

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • emotional, behavioral and developmental issues
   • social development
   • immigration/ language challenges
   • family conflict
   • teen pregnancy


CITY OF CHICAGO
121 N. LaSalle St., Chicago Il. 60602 312.744.9108

Website: www.cityofchicago.org/Health
Internship Information: http://cityofchicago.org/careerworks

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Contact Person:
Sherlyn Soumare & Tammy Rutledge (Tammy works on Mon., Wed., & Fri. only)
Phone: 312.747.9557

Mission Statement
To make Chicago a safer and healthier city by working in partnership to promote health, prevent
disease and injury, reduce environmental hazards and assure access to care.

Types of Clients:
• children, adolescents, adults & elderly
• low income/no insurance

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• domestic violence
• family planning
• mental health
•      addiction
•      HIV & STD

Note: There must be a contract between the City of Chicago and DePaul University before any
counseling takes place – the process usually takes 3-4 months.

DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Contact Person:
Kathy Vanna, Personnel Manager
E-Mail: sn00029@cityofchicago.org

-or-

Marilyn Boyd Fitzpatrick, Dept. of Human Resources (oversees process intern applicants)
Phone: 312.744.8154


Mission Statement
The Chicago Department on Aging is creating options for an aging society.

Types of Clients:
• elderly (55 & above) No Direct Clinical Client Contact or Case Management

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• employment assistance
• financial needs; planning, medical bills, and Medicare assistance
• physical needs; food, health, and fitness

Note: There must be a contract between the City of Chicago and DePaul University before any
counseling takes place – the process usually takes 3-4 months. Applicants must also complete
an application and be fingerprinted by the City, Dept. of Human Resources. This process may
take 3-4 months.

COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTERS OF CHICAGO

Outpatient Counseling Sites
4740 N. Clark St. Chicago, IL 60640 (773)765-0769
2542 W. North Ave. Chicago, 60647 (773) 365-3005
2525 W. Peterson, Chicago (773) 506-2525

http://www.c4chicago.org/

Email: info@c4chicago.org

Mission Statement
Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4), a behavioral health advocate and social
service provider, offers quality, comprehensive customer-oriented services tailored to the
diversity of its consumers.

Types of Clients
   • children, adolescents, adults
   • low and no – income clients


Typical Presenting Concerns

       •   Depression and Anxiety
       •   Family Communication Problems
       •   School problems
       •   Substance Use
       •   Trauma History
       •   Domestic and Community Violence
    •   Sexual Assault and Abuse
    •   HIV/AIDS
    •   Juvenile Justice

Application Process
   • Go to the following website: http://www.c4chicago.org/taxonomy/term/8
   • Or click on “Careers” from the homepage: http://www.c4chicago.org/
   • On the list of open positions, scroll down to “Admin, Clerical, and Misc. Positions” and
       click on “Clinical Internship, C4 Clark”. This should take you a brief description of the
       position.
   • At the bottom of the page, click on “Register/Login” to apply. Then click the “Create New
       Account” tab and follow the instructions.

COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH COUNCIL
8704 S. Constance Ave., Chicago, IL 60617 773.734.4033

http://www.thecouncil-online.org

Contact Person
Coleen McDaniel, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.734.4033 ext.215
E-Mail: cmcdaniel@thecouncil-online.org

Mission Statement
Community Mental Health Council’s (CMHC) mission is to promote the physical and mental
health of residents internationally by providing quality, culturally sensitive, comprehensive,
evidence-based wellness and behavioral health services. We seek to fulfill our mission by
providing quality, culturally sensitive, comprehensive, state-of-the-art, evidence-based wellness
and behavioral health services. CMHC is a model of thorough, innovative, cost-effective, and
principle-based management, which is based on teamwork and interdependency. In short, we
save lives.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents, adults & elderly

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • children & adolescents
           ADD/ADHD, depression, conduct disorder, or oppositional defiant disorder
   • adults
           major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or anxiety disorders
   • elderly
          dementia, elder abuse, aggressiveness, or unsociable behavior
   • victim’s unit
           violent crime, rape, or natural disasters


COMMUNITY YOUTH NETWORK
18640 W. Belvidere Rd., Grayslake, IL 60030 847.548.6000

http://www.cyngrayslake.org

Contact Person
Scott Stolarick, LCPC
Phone: 847.548.6000 ext. 20
E-Mail: scotts@cyngrayslake.org

Mission Statement
To preserve and strengthen families while protecting children from abusive or high risk situations.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents & adults
   • couples
   • families
Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • issues with the police
   • family conflict
   • substance abuse
   • abuse and neglect
   • sexual abuse
   • perpetrators
   • marital & family therapy

CORNELL INTERVENTIONS FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE
5700 S. Woods St., Chicago, IL., 60636 773.737.4600

http://www.cornellcompanies.com

Contact Person
Alan Salyers, LCPC
Phone: 773.737.4600 ext. 261
E-Mail: a.salyers@comcast.net

Mission Statement
We are a values and mission-driven company. Many can build and operate programs and
facilities, but it is the manner in which Cornell operates its programs and facilities that truly make
a difference. We want our employees, host communities, and shareholders to be proud of the
service they perform. We want our clients to become contributing members of society. We are
committed to making a difference.

Types of Clients:
• adults (18 and older) that are addicted to substances
• family members

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • prescription drug addiction
          ‘Valium', `Morphine', and `Benzodiazepines'
   • non-prescription drug addiction
         `Panadol', `Aspro', `Vick's Cough Syrup', alcohol, and nicotine
   • illicit drug addiction
         heroin, cocaine, amphetamines, ecstasy, marijuana, meth and LSD

Note: Interns must apply before September.


CORRECTIONAL CENTERS
*** Note that these correctional centers are no longer taking counseling interns for the ‘09-’10
academic year due to lack of funding.

Correctional psychology training program.
999 plaza drive Suite 111 Schaumburg, IL 60173

DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY (Incarcerated Males/Mental
Health Prison) 2600 North Brinton Ave., P.O. Box 1200 Dixon, IL 61021 815.288.5561
and Dial ‘0’ Ask for Ext. 2925

Internship Coordinator: Dr. Elaine Bochenek

DWIGHT CORRECTIONAL CENTER (Incarcerated Female/ Mental Health Prison)
Rt. 17 West P.O. Box 5001 Dwight, IL 60420-5001 815.584.2806
Contact: Warden (Retiring in December, so re-placement is unknown)


STATESVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER (Incarcerated Male)
Rt. 53 P.O. Box 112 Joliet, IL 60434 815.727.3607

http://www.idoc.state.il.us/
Contact Person
Warden & Internship Coordinator: Terry McCann
Phone: 847.969.4900

Mission Statement
The mission of the Department of Corrections is to protect the public from criminal offenders
through a system of incarceration and supervision which securely segregates offenders from
society, assures offenders of their constitutional rights and maintains programs to enhance the
success of offenders' reentry into society.

Types of Clients:
• incarcerated males or females depending on which correctional center
• individuals being treated for mental health concerns

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• stress management
• symptom management
• anger management
• sex-offender issues
• survivors of physical or sexual abuse
• PTSD issues
• parenting issues

Note: The Dixon, Dwight, and Statesville Correctional Centers are run by Candy Gerrish from
Argosy University. All applications for the Dwight Correctional Center must be in by February 28.
An application consists of a cover letter, resume, 3 letters of recommendation, and transcripts.

COUNSELING CENTER OF LAKEVIEW
3225 N. Sheffield Ave., Chicago, IL 60657 773.549.5886

http://www.cclakeview.org

Contact Person
Norman Groetzinger, Executive Director
Phone: 773.549.1102 ext. 319
E-Mail: ngroetzinger@cclakeview.org (prefers email)

Mission Statement
Serving the underserved, and reaching the hard to reach.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents, adults & elderly
   • post-hospitalized psychiatric patients
   • long-term mentally ill
   • co-dependency

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • long-term mental illness
   • depression
   • teen issue
   • individual concerns

Note: Three different programs are available and there are different requirements for each.

DEBORAH’S PLACE *** New site***
2822 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60612

http://www.deborahsplace.org/

Contact Person
Megan Reedy-McGovern, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.549.1102 ext. 319
E-Mail: mreedy@deborahsplace.org
About the Internship
Deborah’s Place offers unpaid internship / practicum opportunities to bachelor’s- and master’s-
level students each academic year and during the summers. Academic year internships usually
run from September - May and are 2-3 days/week (depending on the number of hours required
by the school). Summer internships usually run from June - August and are 32-40 hours/week.
Students who do their internships here are usually Social Work, Psychology, Art Therapy,
Counseling, Women’s Studies, Adult Education, Leadership and Development, or
Urban/Community Studies students. Internship positions include: Case Manager, Counselor,
Learning Center Assistant, Art Therapist, Development Assistant, Human Resources Assistant,
and Program Assistant. Internships may take place at any of our 3 sites, depending on the
position. Occasionally, evening and weekend hours are available, again depending on the
specific position. Please visit the rest of our website to learn more about the work we do at
Deborah’s Place.

Our process for accepting students for the summer or the academic year is as follows: Deborah’s
Place will host several “Intern Information Sessions” in the spring of each year. Prospective
interns are strongly encouraged to attend one of these meetings, as this is the beginning of our
selection process. At these meetings, students are able to learn about Deborah’s Place, our
mission, and our work. They will also hear detailed descriptions of the internship positions
available in the Summer and Fall. At the end of each meeting, students are asked to complete a
questionnaire / application that inquires about their interest in an internship at Deborah’s Place,
and why they would be a good fit for the internship. After these meetings, DP supervisors will
review the questionnaires and then set up one-on-one interviews with students.

Intern Information Meeting Dates for 2010 have not yet been set. Please check back in
January 2010 for the dates. The meetings will most likely take place in March, April, and
May 2010.

Students only need to attend one of these meetings, not all three. Students are encouraged to
bring their resumes to the meeting that they attend. All meetings are held at 2822 W. Jackson.

If you require any additional information about internships at Deborah’s Place, please contact
Megan Reedy-McGovern.




ERIE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
1701 W. Superior St., Chicago, IL 60622 312.666.3494

http://www.eriefamilyhealth.org

Contact Person
Sheila Fleming – Director of Behavior Health, LCSW
Phone: 312.666.3494 ext. 7373
E-Mail: sfleming@eriefamilyhealth.org

Mission Statement
The mission of Erie Family Health Center is to provide quality, community responsive, cost
effective primary health care to West Town, Humboldt Park and Logan Square residents;
regardless of color, creed, gender, age, language or ability to pay. Beyond mere treatment of
disease, working with the community, Erie promotes wellness through consumer and community
education in order to foster healthier lifestyles. Erie believes that quality health care is a right, not
a privilege.

Types of Clients:
• everyone is accepted and no one is turned away

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• general mental health depression and anxiety

Note: Very few internship opportunities possible.
ESPERANZA COMMUNITY SERVICES
520 Marshfield Ave., Chicago, IL 60622 312.243.6097

http://www.esperanzacommunityservices.org

Contact Person
Sally Scheib, LCSW
Phone: 312.243.6097 ext. 236
E-Mail: satscheib@aol.com

Mission Statement
Esperanza Community Services is dedicated to serving individuals with developmental disabilities
from infancy to adulthood through programs in English and Spanish. Esperanza provides
individualized therapeutic educational and artistic services which promote the skills that increase
independence and a sense of belonging in the community. The staff of Esperanza shares the
belief that all people should have the opportunity to work together and build meaningful lives.

Types of Clients:
   • individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages
   • families

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • behavioral disorders
   • mental retardation
   • autism
   • brain injuries
   • concerns of parents with children that have developmental disabilities

Note: This position will include working with individuals within classrooms, in day programs, and
in one-on-one activities.


EVANSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
*** Note that this site is no longer taking counseling interns for the ‘09-’10 academic year

1454 Elmwood Ave., Evanston, IL 60201 847.866.5000

http://www.cityofevanston.org

Contact Person
Shari Nivasch
Phone: 847.866.5015
E-Mail: snivasch@cityofevanston.org

Mission Statement
The Youth Services Program is committed to partnering with families, schools, community
agencies and businesses in order to provide a strong base of support for youth to become
productive citizens.

Types of Clients:
• adolescents (13-16 years old)
• family counseling

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • minor crime
   • delinquency
   • family problems


FAMILY RESCUE, INC.
9204 S. Commercial Ave., Chicago, IL 60617 773.375.1918

http://www.familyrescueinc.org
Contact Person
Stephanie Scott, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.375.1918
E-Mail: s_scott@familyrescueinc.org

Mission Statement
Family Rescue is dedicated to alleviating domestic violence in the Chicago community by
providing comprehensive support services and shelter to victims of domestic violence, particularly
to abused women and their children, engaging in a systematic advocacy to promote future
change, and encouraging prevention through community education.

Types of Clients:
   • abused children & adolescents (including teen males who are usually separated from the
       family in shelters)
   • abused women

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • unsafe living conditions (Family Rescue is a shelter)
   • domestic violence
   • legal and social concerns
   • limited life skills
   • medical issues (non-emergency)
   • substance abuse


FAMILY SERVICE AND Community MENTAL HEALTH CENTER For
MCHENRY COUNTY
4100 Veterans Parkway, McHenry, IL 60050 815.385.6400

http://www.familyserviceonline.org

Contact Person
Scott Campbell, LCSW,
Phone: 815.385.6400 ext.2450
E-Mail: scampbell@familyservicemch.org

Mission Statement

"Helping People Help Themselves"
Family Service & Community Mental Health Center for McHenry County, as a comprehensive
behavioral health care provider, endeavors to enhance the ability of our consumers to develop
solutions to their problems. A wide array of high quality professional services are available to
focus the strengths of individuals, families and communities with the goals of improved problem
solving, increased capacity to function and a higher quality of life.

Types of Clients:
   children, adolescents, adults and older adults - individuals, couples, families and groups.
Typical Presenting Concerns:
   The clinic is divided into general mental health services and substance abuse services.
• general mental health
          depression, anxiety, family problems, adjustment problems and other
          personal and emotional issues
• substance abuse
            alcohol and drug abuse



FAMILY SERVICE AND MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF OAK PARK AND
RIVER FOREST
120 S. Marion St., Oak Park, IL 60302 708.383.7500

http://www.familyserviceoprf.org
Contact Person
Sid Wax, LCSW, Director of Clinical Services
Phone: 708.383.7500 ext. 308
E-Mail: sidwax@familyserviceoprf.org
-or-
Rebecca Fallert
Phone: (708) 383-7500 x 307
Fax: (708) 383-7780
E-Mail: rebeccafallert@familyserviceoprf.org


Mission Statement
The Mission of Family Service & Mental Health Center of Oak Park & River Forest is to alleviate
suffering and empower individuals and families of our communities to live healthier and more
hopeful lives by providing a range of professional mental health and community prevention
services.

Types of Clients:
• adolescents, adults & elderly

Typical Presenting Concerns:
There are four service areas within the agency.
• Behavior HealthCare Service
• Comprehensive Youth Service
• Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
• Crisis Stabilization Service


DePaul Intern Contact:
Susan Wallace
708.383.7500

Note: They interview for the following academic year in February and fill up fast. If any students
are interested in starting in late spring early summer we usually have internships available at that
time.

HEARTLAND HEALTH OUTREACH
Heartland Health Center – Uptown, 1015 W. Lawrence Ave., Chicago, IL 60640
Heartland Health Center –Rogers Park, 2200 W. Touhy Ave., Chicago, IL 60640
Heartland Health Center – Roosevelt High School, 3436 W. Wilson Ave., Chicago, IL. 60625
Heartland Health Center – Uptown, Senn High School, 5900 W. Wilson Ave., Chicago, IL. 60640


http://www.heartlandalliance.org


Contact Person
Scott Peterson
Mental Health and Addiction Services at Heartland Health and Outreach
Phone: 773.751.4194

Application on Website:
http://www.heartlandalliance.org/howtohelp/volunteer/internship-application.html

Mission Statement
To improve the health of disadvantaged populations-individuals and communities without access
to health care—through the provision of culturally competent, multidisciplinary services designed
to prevent illness and improve physical, mental and social well-being, and through advocacy that
promotes the right to access comprehensive, integrated systems of care.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents & adults
    •   homeless in transition
    •   individuals who are underserved
    •   special populations: immigrants, refugees & persons impacted by HIV & AIDS

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • specialized programs focus on the particular cultural, emotional and linguistic needs of
        homeless
   • chronic mental illness
   • substance abuse
   • HIV-positive/AIDS
   • refugee and immigrant concerns


HOWARD BROWN HEALTH CENTER
4025 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 60613 773.388.1600

http://www.howardbrown.org

Contact Person
Edward Fajardo, Psy.D.
Phone: 773.388.8909
E-Mail: edwardf@howardbrown.org

        Howard Brown Health Center
           4025 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 60613 773.388.1600
        Broadway Youth Center
           3179 N. Broadway St., Chicago, IL 60657 773.935.3151


Mission Statement
The mission of Howard Brown Health Center (HBHC) is to promote the well-being of gay, lesbian,
bisexual, and transgender persons through the provision of health care and wellness programs,
including clinical, educational, social service and research activities. Howard Brown Health
Center designed these programs to serve gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons in a
confidential, supportive, and nurturing environment. Howard Brown Health Center is committed
to working cooperatively with other community-based organizations serving and contributing to
the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.

Types of Clients:
   • adolescents & adults
   • LGBT

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • living with HIV & AIDS
   • domestic violence
   • substance abuse
   • general psychotherapy, depression, anxiety, adjustment, relationship
   • individual psychotherapy
   • violence recovery


INFANT WELFARE SOCIETY OF EVANSTON TEEN/BABY NURSERY
2200 Main St., Evanston, IL 60202 847.491.9650

http://www.infantwelfaresocietyofevanston.com

Contact Person
Pamela Staples pamelastaples@iwse.org, Director of Programs
Phone: 847.491.9650
E-Mail: pamelastaples@iwse.org

Mission Statement
The Infant Welfare Society of Evanston, Inc is committed to the care and early education of
infants and toddlers and to supporting their families’ efforts to be self sufficient providers and
effective parents.

Types of Clients:
   • infants and toddlers under the age of 3
   • families

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • developmental delays
   • homelessness
   • domestic violence
   • teen parenting

Note: Currently this site is not accepting interns due to contracts with other schools and a lack
of supervisors. However, Spanish speaking candidates have priority.



JEWISH CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES *** New site***
216 W Jackson Blvd, Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60606, 312.444.2090

http://www.jfcschicago.org/


Contact Person:
Jessica Rosenthal,
Phone: 312.444.2090



KENWOOD HEALTHCARE CENTER – SAFE HARBOR
*** Note that this site is no longer taking counseling interns for the ‘09-’10 academic year

6125 S. Kenwood Ave. Chicago, IL. 60637 773.752.6000

Contact Person:
Dr. Gary Grow, Director of Safe Harbor Unit
Phone: 773.752.6000 ext. 607

Services:
group and individual counseling, case management, residential facility

Types of Clients:
   • adults 18 yrs. and older
   • some geriatric clients
   • mixed ethnicities (mostly African-Americans)
   • many on public assistance

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • addictions
   • serious mental illness
   • severe depression
   • co-morbidity
   • controlled psychosis




KIDS HOPE UNITED
215 N. Milwaukee Ave., Lake Villa, IL 60604 847.245.6506

http://www.kidshopeunited.org/

Contact Person:
Bruce Rasey
Phone: 847.245.6822
E-Mail: brasey@kidshopeunited.org

Mission Statement
Protecting children strengthening families.

Types of Clients:
   • adolescents & adults
   • sexual offenders
   • victims of abuse
   • adolescents in residential care
   • foster care children

Typical Presenting Concerns:

    •   sexual offenders – adolescent & adult
    •   teen issues and delinquency
    •   parenting concerns
    •   child development
    •   adoption
    •   trauma
    •   attachment


LOYOLA UNIVERSITY **New Site for Community Track**

6525 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 773.274.3000

http://www.luc.edu

CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER
6525 N. Sheridan Road, Sullivan 295, Chicago, IL 60626

Contact Person
Camille Helkowski, Associate Director
* Has the appropriate certifications to supervise community track students.
Phone: 773-508-2877
Fax:    773-508-7088
E-Mail: chelkow@luc.edu



LUTHERBROOK ACADEMY (Therapeutic Day School)
329 W. Lake St., Addison, IL. 60101     630.628.1467

www.lcfs.org

Contact Person:
Wayne Nafzger, LCSW
Phone: 708.488.5571
Email: wayne_nafzger@lcfs.org

School Supervisor:
Kathy Caucig, LCPC, Head Clinician (Does not have a Type 73 certificate)
Phone: 630.628.1467 ext. 233
E-Mail: kathy_caucig@lcfs.org

Former DePaul Intern Contact:
Mia Morris – 630.628.1467
Celishia Bussey – cbussey@students.depaul.edu
LUTHERAN CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
7620 W. Madison St., River Forest, IL 60305 708.771.7180

http://www.lcfs.org

Contact Person
Wayne Nafzger LCSW
Phone: 708.488.5571
Email: wayne_nafzger@lcfs.org

Mission Statement
The mission of Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois, in response to Christ’s love for all
people is; to provide social services to children, individuals, families and communities so their
well-being is improved.

Types of Clients:
   • children & adolescents
   • families

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • victims of abuse (physical, sexual and emotional)
   • neglect
   • substance abuse
   • stress
   • grief
   • family crises
   • adoption
   • severe mental and behavioral issues
   • foster care



LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
6321 North Avondale, Suite 101          Far Northwest Counseling Center 773.774.7555


*** Please note that the Far Northwest Counseling Center is going to be closing around May.
This site will merge into the other site called, “Portage Cragin Counseling Center-Behavioral
Health”

Portage Cragin Counseling Center      Behavioral Health Services 773.282.7800
4849 W. Byron St., Chicago, IL. 60641


http://www.lssi.org/service/CounselingAndParentSupportServices.aspx


Contact Person
Maurine Jasper - Far Northwest Counseling Center
Phone: 773-774-7555

Ken Hallas - Portage Cragin Counseling Center
Phone: 773.282.7800

Types of Clients:
   • Children & adolescents
   • Families

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • abuse
   • marital issues
   • parental issues
   • anxiety/depression/ stress
    •   specialized therapy for children and adolescents who are experiencing emotional and
        behavioral problems is also available
    •   alcoholism and drug addiction is available at several offices in northwest Illinois


Note: Maurine does not work on Mondays and usually is in the office from Tuesday – Thursdays
from around 11 am - 9 pm and then on Friday from 11 am - 4 pm.

DePaul Intern:
Larissa Tripp    
Larissa66@hotmail.com 
    
LYDIA HOME ASSOCIATION
4300 West Irving Park Rd., Chicago, IL 60641 773.736.1447 ext. 250

http://www.lydiahome.org

Contact Person
Allan Peterson, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.736.1447 ext. 248
E-Mail: counseling@lydiahome.org

Mission Statement
LYDIA is a national, Christ-honoring organization whose mission is to strengthen families to care
for children and care for children when families cannot.

Types of Clients:
   • children & adolescents
   • families

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • delinquency
   • ADHD
   • child abuse and neglect
   • parenting problems:
         -     financial crisis, unemployment, marital discord and homelessness of
           parents, parental drug/alcohol use, parental incapacitation from illness
           and incarceration
   • family violence
   • stress, anxiety, depression, and addictive behaviors


METROPOLITAN FAMILY SERVICES
3843 West 63rd St., Chicago, IL 60629 773.884.3310

http://www.metrofamily.org

Contact Person
Clara Gill or Jamie Tolbert
Phone: 312.986.4000
E-Mail: HumanResources@metrofamily.org

Mission Statement
To provide and mobilize the services needed to strengthen families and communities.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents, adults & elderly
   • young mothers
   • families
   • couples
   • community schools

Typical Presenting Concerns:
    •   behavioral problems
    •   mental illness
    •   employment assistance
    •   family adjustment
    •   domestic violence
    •   teen parenting
    •   behavioral issues
    •   teen dating violence
    •   bullying
    •   new mothers with child-rearing issues
    •   recent adoption
    •   children who witness violence

Note: Internship positions are for bilingual Spanish speaking students.

MILLENNIUM COUNSELING CENTER                       *** New site***
8 S. Michigan Ave. suites 601,610 & 620 Chicago, IL. 60603-3468      312.704.8001

http://www.Millenniumhope.com

Contact Person:
Jenny Scanlon, MEd, LCPC, Program Manager & Coordinator
Phone: 312.460.8001 press ‘5’

Typical Presenting Concerns:
•       addictions
•       eating disorders
•       depression
•       anxiety

MT. SINAI HOSPITAL *** New site***
Outpatient Psychiatry Department

California Avenue at 15th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60608   773-542-2000

http://www.sinai.org/

Contact Person:
Megan Brennan (a former CSL student)
Phone: 773.257.5387
Email: meganbren@gmail.com

Intern Preferences:
Someone who is interested in working in a community mental health setting in a low income,
underserved area.

Typical Presenting Role and Responsibilities:
- Schedule would be day hours (9-5pm)
- Opportunities for individual therapy, group therapy, case management and assessments
- Must have a desire to work with adults and be interested in treatment of complex trauma as
most of our clients are trauma survivors
- Must be motivated, flexible, friendly, hard working, have a sense of humor and willing to
complete readings, process recordings and case studies


NEAR NORTH HEALTH CENTER: WINFIELD MOODY
1276 N. Clybourn Ave., Chicago, IL 60610 312.337.1073

http://www.nearnorthhealth.org

Contact Person
Dr. Mason, MD, Senior Manager for Behavioral Health
Phone: 312.337.1073
Email: tmason@nmh.org

Mission Statement
       Near North Health Service Corporation (NNHSC) exists to improve the health and well-
being of the people and community it serves. It operates programs and services using community
primary care concepts, emphasizing prevention of illness and the promotion of healthy lifestyles.
Services provided by NNHSC will focus on the medically underserved, and will be sensitive to the
cultural and linguistic needs of the people it serves. Acknowledging that the environmental, social,
and cultural factors influence one’s health, its programs will empower individuals to be healthy
through education and skill building. We will advocate for safe and healthy communities.
       NNHSC will play a role in educating and training medical and health care professionals in
order to assure the accomplishment of its objective.
         The composition of the board of NNHSC will be representative of the community it
serves.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents, adults & elderly
   • underserved patient populations
   • uninsured or underinsured

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • depression
   • anxiety
   • grief and loss
   • coping with severe illnesses


NEW HOPE RECOVERY CENTER
Lincoln Park Hospital
550 West Webster Ave. 2N, Chicago, IL 60614        773.883.3913

http://www.new-hope-recovery.com

Contact Person
Heidi Sather, Program Director.
Phone: 773.883.3913
Fax: 773.883.3882 (please fax resume and cover letter to Heidi’s attention)
Email: Heidi@mrods.com

Mission Statement
Our goal is help those suffering from this disease to realize their full potentials and learn to live
life productively again free from the dependency upon alcohol and/or drugs. The program is
designed to treat not only the symptoms of the disease of alcoholism and substance abuse, but
also the underlying factors and causes of the disease such as denial, family dynamics and lack of
a continuing support system.

Types of Clients
   • eighteen years old or older
   • both male and female
• must exhibit substance abuse issues

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • alcoholism
   • drug addiction
   • underlying problems associated with substance abuse, which include; denial, depression,
        problems with family, post traumatic stress, and lack of continuing support system -
        however, this is not a psychiatric clinic therefore dual diagnoses are not treated


OMNI YOUTH SERVICES
1111 West Lake Cook Rd., Buffalo Grove, Il 60089 847.353.1500
http://www.omniyouth.org

Contact Person
Brian McKenna, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 847.353.1652
E-Mail: bmckenna@omniyouth.org

Mission Statement
The mission of OMNI Youth Services is to develop responsible youth and strengthen
families through comprehensive community-based programs of counseling, youth development,
prevention and partnerships.

Types of Clients:
• youth ages 11-18
• families
• client base of this agency is 60% bi-lingual, therefore Spanish speaking interns would be
   most welcome to apply

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • anger management
   • family conflict
   • juvenile justice concerns/issues
   • emotional problems
   • substance abuse
   • suicide ideation

Note: This internship requires a 720 hour commitment. The intern must be available three nights
a week, and Thursdays are mandatory training days. Omni Youth Services offers a training
model specifically for mental health interns. The training year begins at the end of August and
continues through the end of May. Applications should be submitted in February and decision
are made in March; it is preferred that applications are submitted before calling.


PEER SERVICES INC.

906 Davis Street, Evanston, IL.   60201

http://www.peerservices.org

Types of Clients:
• adolescents
• adults
Typical Presenting Concerns:
• adolescent substance abuse treatment
• outpatient methadone treatment

Contact Person:
Supervisor: Melissa Summers, LCSW - Adolescent Clinical Coordinator
Phone: 847-492-1778 ext. 1309
Email: msummers@peerservices.org
 
DePaul Intern Contact:
Christina Riewerts 
858‐232‐1423 


PHD COUNSELING CENTER FOR PREGNANCY HELP
37 N. Plum Grove Rd., Palatine, IL 60067 847.359.4919

http://www.sphd.org

Contact Person
Clinical Director, Kim Stobbe, LCSW, 847.359.4967 x 13
Mission Statement
The Society for the Preservation of Human Dignity (PHD) affirms the value of the lives of women
and families facing the issues of pregnancy and parenting. We are dedicated to providing
opportunities for hope and growth through professional counseling, education and integrated
support services to meet the unique practical and emotional needs of each individual.

PHD empowers youth to make healthy life choices through abstinence education.

Types of Clients:
• women
• families with children birth to three years old

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • teens considering becoming sexually active,
   • women who are pregnant,
   • women and their families who need support services through the stages of pregnancy
        and the first three years of a child’s life
   • decision making
   • grief & loss (miscarriage, infant death, adoption, abortion)

Note: The client base of this agency is 50% bi-lingual, therefore Spanish speaking interns would
be most welcome to apply.

QUETZAL CENTER
Community Counseling Centers of Chicago
2525 West Peterson Ave., Chicago, IL 60659 773.506.2525

http://www.ICASA.org; http://www.c4chicago.org

Contact Person
Yvette Arnoux, LCPC
Phone: 773.765.0615
E-Mail: yvette.arnoux@c4chicago.org

Mission Statement
The Quetzal Center was established by C4 in 1983 as a response to the community's need for
specialized sexual assault services. Named after a bird that thrives only in freedom, the Quetzal
Center provides 24-hour crisis intervention, bi-lingual individual and group counseling, medical
and criminal advocacy to victims and survivors of sexual violence. The Quetzal Center assures
that survivors are treated with dignity, respect and compassion during line-ups, courts and trials,
and promotes institutional advocacy efforts to change the negative responses of survivors
through public education and professional training.

Types of Clients:
• adolescents (thirteen years old or older) & adults

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • sexual assault
   • sexual abuse
   • sexual harassment
   • stalking
   • co-occurring disorders such as PTSD, bi-polar, depression, etc.

Note: The Quetzal Center accepts two interns per year, one of which has to be a Spanish
speaker.

RAINBOW HOSPICE
444. N. Northwest Highway, Suite #145, Park Ridge, IL 60068 847.685.9900

http://www.rainbowhospice.org

Contact Person
Barbe Creagh, PhD, LCSW
Phone: 847.685.6381 ext. 2145
E-Mail: bcreagh@rainbowhospice.org

Mission Statement
Rainbow Hospice enables people to live with dignity and hope while coping with loss and the end
of life.

Types of Clients:
• individuals with terminal illness
• family members and loved ones of individuals with terminal illness and after death
• bereaved clients

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • concerns with death and bereavement
   • grief in school and the work place
   • children and grief
   • both normal and complicated grief

RESURRECTIONS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH - ADDICTION SERVICES
*** New site***
8 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60603

http://www.reshealth.org

Contact Person:
Craig Rodich
Phone: 847.493-3700


RIVEREDGE HOSPITAL *** New site***

8311 Roosevelt Road, Forest Park, IL 60130, (708) 771-7000

www.riveredgehospital.com

Contact Person
Carrie Overby, M.S. counseling psychology
Phone: 708.771.7000

Mission Statement
Forest Park, Illinois-based psychiatric facility, Riveredge Hospital believes in
providing quality care in a compassionate and therapeutic manner.


SGA YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
Private Practitioners within a school system

11 East Adams St., Suite 1500, Chicago, IL 60603 312.663.0305

Main School Website:       http://www.sga-youth.org

Contact People
Hellen Antonopoulos
Phone: 312.663.0305 ext. 367
E-Mail: hantonopoulos@sga-youth.org

Vincent Murphy
Phone: 312.208.1334
E-Mail: vmurphy@sga-youth.org

Types of Clients:
   • students in K-12 schools
    •   adults married or have a child together
    •   mostly inner city, low income, minority students

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • Parenting Programs
   • Substance Abuse Programs
   • Aggression Replacement/Coping Curriculum

Note: This organization has various programs in several schools; however the schools change
from year to year therefore it is important to contact SGA for the locations. They deal mostly with
elementary and high schools. Both LCPC as well as Type 73 supervisors are available.


SPECTRUM YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES
Township of Schaumburg, 1 Illinois Blvd., Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 847.884.6212

http://www.schaumburgtownship.org/spectrum.htm

Contact Person
Debrah Millen-Lunsford, Internship Program Coordinator
Phone: 847.884.6212
E-Mail: dmiller@schaumburgtownship.org

Mission Statement
Our mission is to help young people and their parents lead more meaningful, gratifying and
socially viable lives through a growing awareness of oneself and one’s relationship to others.

Types of Clients:
• youth between 10-21
• families

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• personal, emotional, and family problems
• problems with peers
• issues at school
• drug and alcohol concerns
• issues with relationships & sexuality

Note: Intern needs to be available two nights per week until 10 PM and have a valid Illinois
driver's license.


THRESHOLDS PSYCHIATRIC REHABILITATION CENTERS
4101 North Ravenswood Ave., Chicago, IL 60613 773.572.5500

http://www.thresholds.org/home2.asp

Online Application: www.thresholds.org/internapplication.asp

Contact Person
Remy Zabrowski, HR Assistant Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.572.5267
E-Mail: rzebrowski@thresholds.org

Mission Statement
Thresholds assists and inspires people with severe mental illnesses to reclaim their lives by
providing the supports, skills, and the respectful encouragement that they need to achieve
hopeful and successful futures. We strive to be the provider of choice, employer of choice, and a
world leader in the development and evaluation of rehabilitation and recovery services.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents, adults & elderly

Typical Presenting Concerns:
•      independent living assistance (housing, money management, transportation, shopping)
•      job training, placement, and support
•      crisis Intervention
•      physical health and dental care
•      psychiatric care
•      court and legal system assistance


TRILOGY, INC.
2 locations:

1400 West Greenleaf, Chicago, IL, 60626           773.508.6100

828 Davis Street Ste 303 Evanston, IL 60201       847.733.0003

www.trilogyinc.org

http://www.trilogyinc.org/training_program.html

Contact Person
Drew Mcleod, Clinical Services Coordinator at Chicago location
Phone: 773.508.6100 ext 4026
E-Mail: amcleod@trilogyinc.org

-or-

Samantha Handley, MA, CSADC, LCPC, Director of Human Resources & Program Content
Phone: 773-382-4051

Mission Statement
Trilogy, Inc. is a comprehensive community mental health center which serves adults with severe
and persistent mental illness. We strive to offer the highest quality service possible to the
residents of our community. Our clients come from a diverse range of ethnic and socioeconomic
backgrounds and represent a wide range of human diversity in general. Our goal is to tailor our
services to meet the individual needs of our clients and to empower them to reach their fullest
potential. To that end, we offer comprehensive services, including case management, residential
programs, vocational rehabilitation, psychosocial rehabilitation, psychiatric services, crisis
intervention, individual and group psychotherapies, and psychological testing. Trilogy, Inc. is
committed to providing services to clients regardless of their ability to pay, and our practicum
plays a key role in our ability to offer psychological services to clients who could not afford them
otherwise.

Types of Clients:
   • adults 18 and up
   • men and women

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• homelessness
• daily functioning
• severe and persistent mental illness
• mood symptoms
• psychotic symptoms
• interpersonal situations

Note: The practicum is designed to be 20 hours/week for a full year (July1-June30). Students
will work in both the Psychological Services Program and the Group Services Program, spending
approximately 10 hours/week in each. Practicum hours need to be scheduled on Mondays,
Wednesdays, and Fridays.


UHLICH CHILDREN’S ADVANTAGE NETWORK (UCAN)
3737 N. Mozart St., Chicago, IL 60618
http://www.ucanchicago.org

Contact Person
Marjory Kostoglanis, LCSW
Phone: 708.201.3041
E-Mail: kostoglanism@ucanchicago.org

Robert Addis, Director of Professional Development & Workplace Learning
Phone: 312.738.5941
Email: addisr@ucanchicago.org

Mission Statement
It is the Mission of UCAN (Uhlich Children's Advantage Network) to preserve the sanctity of
childhood and give youth a refuge and a future. When children are abused, troubled, or
neglected, we provide comprehensive care and treatment so they may grow into healthy,
productive adults. When families are challenged, we provide support and promote healing so a
nurturing environment is restored.

Types of Clients:
• children and families from the child welfare system
• outpatient counseling
• sites
• residential treatment

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• child abuse
• neglect
• domestic violence
• loss & grief
• family dysfunction
• sexual abuse
• domestic violence
• attachment problems


WEST SIDE DOMESTIC ABUSE PROJECT

2741 N. Spaulding Ave., Chicago, IL 60647 773.862.5408

http://www.wsdap.org

Contact Person
Mike Feinerman, Co-Executive Director
Phone: 773.862.5408
E-Mail: info@wsdap.org

Mission Statement
To end the destructive cycles of physical, emotional and sexual abuse through comprehensive,
culturally responsive direct service, community education, and research.

Types of Clients:
• adults (eighteen years old and older)
• primarily men
• 2 women groups

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• partner abuse intervention
• parenting
• family violence

Note: Interns are required to participate in a one-time 40 hour domestic violence training as well
as to commit to 16 hours of work per week. At West Side Domestic Abuse Project, there is an
emphasis on interns assisting in group work and eventually co-facilitating groups. Supervision
may be difficult.
                 THIS IS A COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL COUNSELING SITE
YOUTH GUIDANCE
122 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1510, Chicago, IL 60603 312.253.4900

http://www.youth-guidance.org

Contact Person
Cassandra Janda
Phone: 312.253.4900
Email: cjanda@youth-guidance.org

Mission Statement
Youth Guidance creates and implements school-based programs that enable at-risk children to
overcome obstacles, focus on their education and, ultimately, to succeed in school and in life.

Types of Clients:
   • students in K-12 schools
   • mostly inner city, low income, minority students

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • emotional problems
   • gang involvement
   • family issues
   • social
• academic issues




YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (YMCA) OF METROPOLITAN
CHICAGO

801 W. Dearborn St., Chicago, IL 60610 312.932.1200

http://www.ymcachgo.org

Contact Person
Anne-Marie Crowe, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 708.385.6700 ext. 1135
E-Mail: annemariecrowe@ymcachgo.org

Mission Statement
The YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago is an inclusive, charitable Association, founded on Christian
principles and dedicated to building strong kids, strong families and strong communities through
programs that develop spirit, mind and body.

Types of Clients:
   • children, adolescents, adults & elderly

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • mental health
   • homelessness
   • substance abuse
   • youth development


YOUNG WOMEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (YWCA) OF METROPOLITAN
CHICAGO

360 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60601 312.372.6600
http://www.ywca.org

Contact Person
Deslonde Parkinson, Coordinator of Counseling
Phone: 312-762-2773
Email: Deslonde.parkinson@ywcachicago.org

Mission Statement
The YWCA USA is a women's membership movement nourished by its roots in the Christian faith
and sustained by the richness of many beliefs and values. Strengthened by diversity, the YWCA
draws together members who strive to create opportunities for women's growth, leadership, and
power in order to attain a common vision: peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all people. The
YWCA will thrust its collective power toward the elimination of racism, wherever it exists, and by
any means necessary.

Types of Clients:
• children, adolescents, adults & elderly

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • sexual assault
   • LGBT issues
   • economic empowerment
   • homelessness
   • racial violence
   • health issues
   • SVSS program


YWCA METROPOLITAN CHICAGO - RISE CHILDREN’S CENTER
300 S. Ashland Ave., Suite. 301, Chicago, IL 60607 312.733.2102

http://www.ywcachicago.org/rise.htm

Contact Person
Shirley Tucker
Phone: 312.762.2761
E-Mail: Shirley.tucker@ywcachicago.org

Mission Statement
To provide client-centered sexual assault and sexual abuse counseling and advocacy services to
children and their non-offending parents and family members in order to minimize the impact of
trauma and facilitate healing and recovery.

Types of Clients:
• children & adolescents who have been sexually abused (from ages three to seventeen)
• non-offending significant others (parents & siblings – no perpetrators)

Typical Presenting Concerns:
• all clients are disclosed victims of sexual abuse

Note: A minimum of one year of volunteer, internship/practicum, or professional experience
working with children in a supervised setting is required. Also, interns must complete 40 hours of
Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention Training onsite before providing counseling.




         COMMUNITY AGENCIES – ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS

ADA S. MCKINLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES INC.
DIVISION OF INTERVENTION SERVICES

MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION

Contact Person for the Mental Health Division Sites
Leatrice Allen, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.884.5412
E-Mail: lallen@adasmckinley.org
        Administrative Offices & Systems Care
        Wards of the State
           2715 West 63rd St., Chicago, IL 60629 773.434.5577
        Crisis Intervention
        Pre-Hospitalization Screenings
            2659 W. 59th St., Chicago, IL 60629 773.434.5577
        Long-Term Programs
        Outpatient Children
           2452-54 W. 71st. St., Chicago, IL 60629 773.434.5577
        Long-Term Programs
        Outpatient Children
           950. E. 61st St., Chicago, IL 60637 773.493.0979

FOSTER CARE AND ADOPTION SERVICES DIVISION

Contact Person for the Foster Care and Adoption Services Site
Carol Winn, Division Director
Phone: 312.808.6101
E-Mail: cwinn@adasmckinley.org
        Administrative Office
           2907 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60616 312.808.1080
        McKinley Foster Care – Lake Shore
           2907 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60616 312.808.1080

Note: The Foster Care and Adoption Services Division offers predominantly group work
experience. Hispanic Spanish speaking individuals are encouraged to apply.

CHILDSERV
Contact Person for All Locations
Ms. BB Bermudez, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.867.7326
E-Mail: Bbermudez@childserv.org

        Administrative Office
           8765 W. Higgins Rd., Suite 450, Chicago, IL 60631 773.693.0300
        Jackson Office
           901 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 301 Chicago, IL 60607 312.455.1209
        Naperville Group Home
           146 N. Sleight St., Naperville, IL 60540 630.357.1057
        Wentworth
          5401 S. Wentworth St., Chicago, IL 60609 773.548.5334


CHRISTOPHER HOUSE
Contact Person for All Locations
Don Halperin, LCSW
Phone: 773.472.1083
E-Mail: dhalperin@christophrehouse.org
        Greenview – Headquarters
           2507 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago, IL 60614 773.472.1083
        Uptown
           4701 N. Winthrop Ave., Chicago, IL 60640-5033 773.769.4540
        Roger’s Park
           7059 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago, IL 60626 773.274.5477
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH COUNCIL
Contact Person for All Locations
Coleen McDaniel, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.734.4033 ext.215
E-Mail: cmcdaniel@thecouncil-online.org
       Main Office
          8704 S. Constance Ave., Chicago, IL 60617 773.734.4033
       Chatham – Avalon
          110 E. 79th St., Chicago, IL 60619 773.651.4954
       Child and Adolescent Residential
           814 E. 74th St., Chicago, IL 60619 773.374.1704
       Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA)
          7623 S. Essex Ave., Chicago, IL 60649 773.374.1704
       Community Residential Facility (CRF)
          7701 S. Phillips Ave., Chicago IL 60649 773.721.8922
       Emergency Services
         Jackson Park Hospital – Emergency Services/Mobile Crisis
         7531 S. Stony Island Ave., Chicago, IL 60649 773.947.7270
       Englewood Acute Care Residential (EACR)
          2443-45 E. 77th St., Chicago, IL 60649 773.375.4815
       Englewood Assertive Community Treatment (EACT)
          7131-33 S. Western Ave., Chicago, IL 60636 773.471.5134
       Englewood Community Mental Health Council, Inc.
          6239 S. Western Ave., Chicago, IL 60636 773.863.9749
       Englewood Residential Care Facility (ERCF)
          7133-33 S. Western Ave., Chicago, IL 60636 773.471.5134
       Englewood Transitions (ET)
          1638 W. 67th St., Chicago, IL 60636 773.863.7090
       Englewood – St. Bernard Hospital (Emergency Services)
          326 W. 64th St., Chicago, IL 60621 773.783.4511
       Screener Assessment Support Services (SASS)
          8704 S. Constance Ave., Chicago, IL 60636 773.721.4616
       Senior Connection
          8704 S. Constance Ave. Chicago, IL 60617 773.734.1400
       Senior Satellite Center
          49 E. 95th St., Chicago, IL 60619 312.745.3493
       Southside Resource Center
          6035 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago, IL 60636 773.918.1160
       Transitional Living Facility (TLF)
          7919 S. Essex Ave., Chicago, IL 60649 773.374.9725
       Williams Crisis House
           8006 S. Essex Ave., Chicago, IL 60649 773.374.9950


CORNELL INTERVENTIONS FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Contact Person
Alan Salyers, LCPC
Phone: 773.737.4600 ext. 261
E-Mail: a.salyers@comcast.net
       Southwood Facility
          5700 S. Woods St., Chicago, IL 60636 773.737.4600
Contact Person
Jennifer Jaworski, Facility Director
Phone: 630.325.5050 ext. 73424
E-Mail: jjaworski@crnco.com
        DuPage Adolescent Center
           11 South 250, Route 83 Hinsdale, IL 60521 630.325.5050

Contact Person
Robert Spinellli, Assistant Facility Director
Phone: 630.968.6477
E-Mail: none available
        Woodridge Adult Programs
          2221 64th St., Woodridge, IL 60517 630.968.6477

Contact Person
Robert Spinelli, Assistant Facility Director
Phone: 630.968.6477
E-Mail: none available
        Woodridge Adolescent Programs
          2221 64th St., Woodridge, IL 60517 630.968.6477


COUNSELING CENTER OF LAKEVIEW
Contact Person for All Locations
Norman Groetzinger, Internship Coordinator
Phone: prefers e-mail, please do not call
E-Mail: ngroetzinger@cclakeview.org
        Main Office
           3225 N. Sheffield Ave., Chicago, IL 60657 773.549.5886
        Older Adults Day Program
           1908 W. Montrose Ave., Chicago, IL 60613 773.784.1262
        Child & Adolescent Services Program
            1400 W. Greenleaf Ave., Chicago, IL 60626 773.274.3015


ERIE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
Contact Person for All Locations
Sheila Fleming – Director of Behavior Health, LCSW
Phone: 312.666.3494 ext. 7373
E-Mail: sfleming@eriefamilyhealth.org
        Main Locations – Erie West Town Health Center
           1701 W. Superior St. Chicago, IL 60622 312.666.3494
        Erie Humboldt Park Health Center
            2750 W. North Ave., Chicago, IL 60647 312.666.3494
        Erie Teen Health Center
            1945 W. Wilson Ave., 5th Floor, Chicago, IL 60640 312.492.2400
        Erie Frazier School-Based Health Center
            4027 W. Grenshaw St., Chicago, IL 60624 312.666.3494



HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (HRDI)
DIVISION FOR ALCOHOL, SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CORRECTIVE SERVICES

Contact Person for All Locations
Brenda Jennings, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.869.0300 ext. 7321
E-Mail: bjennings@hrdi.org
       Southwest Central Opioid Treatment
       Outpatient treatment and methadone maintenance service to persons suffering from
       addiction to heroin or morphine-like drugs.
           33 E. 114th St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.660.4630
       Women’s Residential
       Twenty-four hour, live-in supervised facility for women addicted to alcohol and other
       drugs; women with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse.
           1223 W. Marquette Rd., Chicago, IL 60636 773.651.2720
       Harriet Tubman Residential
       Twenty-four hour supervised residential facility for women addicted to alcohol and other
       drugs and their dependent children between the ages of 0-4 years, or pregnant women.
           113452 S. State St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.785.4955
       Englewood Adult Counseling Services
       Outpatient and intensive outpatient adult drug and alcohol early intervention and
       treatment for chemically dependent women referred by DCFS, the criminal justice
       system, persons with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse and other
       chemically addicted person.
           8000 S. Racine Ave., Chicago, IL 773.994.2708
       Englewood Adolescent Counseling Services
       Outpatient adolescent drug and alcohol early intervention and treatment services.
          8000 S. Racine Ave., Chicago, IL 773.994.2708
       Chicago Girls
       Residential substance abuse program for female adolescents age 12-18 many of whom
       have been involved with the court system.
          2311 E. 98th St., Chicago, IL 773.933.5570
       HRDI/BRASS I Opioid Treatment Program
       Outpatient substance abuse program serving adult men and women who are chemically
       dependent and on opiates and other narcotics.
          340 E. 51st St., Chicago, IL 773.869.0301
       HRDI/BRASS II Opioid Treatment Program
       Outpatient substance abuse program serving adult men and women who are dependent
       on alcohol and/or other non-narcotic drugs.
           8000 S. Racine Ave., Chicago, IL 773.994.2708
       Near West Men’s Residential
       24-hour, live-in supervised treatment facility for adult males referred from the criminal
       courts that are addicted to alcohol and other drugs.
           2207 W. 18th St., Chicago, IL 60609 312.226.6989
       Grand Boulevard Counseling Center
       Outpatient adult and adolescent substance abuse treatment services and counseling
       program.
           340 East 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615 773.869.0329
       Pre-Release Center
       Inpatient treatment services for adult males referred from the criminal courts that are
       addicted to alcohol and other drugs, located on the grounds of Cook County Jail.
           2828 W. 31st St., Bldg. 3 & 4, Div. 14 Chicago, IL 60623 773.869.5470
       Impact Program
       Inpatient substance abuse treatment services for adult males mandated by criminal
       justice system.
            Cook County Jail, 2800 S. Sacramento Ave. Chicago, IL 60623 Div. 6 & 8
            773.869.7744

DIVISION FOR COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH & REHABILITATIVE SERVICES

       Community Case Management
       Advocacy, outreach, screening, assessment and referral services to mentally ill residents
       recently discharged from a state psychiatric facility.
           33 E. 114 St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.660.4652
       Christopher House
      24 hour supervised residential living for adult males with an extensive history of
      psychiatric hospitalization and difficulty avoiding re-hospitalization.
          11316 S. King Dr., Chicago, IL 60628 773.785.1648
      Psycho-Social Rehabilitation Center/Intensive Stabilization
      Intensive stabilization and psychosocial rehabilitative services to males and females that
      have a history of chronic psychiatric illness and lack the social, educational, and
      vocational skills needed for successful community living.
          33 E. 114 St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.660.4652
      10901 Supervised Living
      An array of support services that provides a system of individualized care to eight
      individuals with psychiatric illness in a stable apartment setting.
          10901 S. Edbrooke Ave., Chicago, IL 60628 773.995.4628
      Pre-Admission Screening (PAS)
      Pre-admission screening for persons living in licensed long-term care facilities.
          33 E. 114 St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.660.4652
      Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Residential House
      Supervised psychosocial residential programs for persons referred by the Illinois
      Department of Mental Health who have had multiple admissions to inpatient psychiatric
      facility within one year or have been hospitalized at least 6 months out of the year.
           11335 S. State St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.291.2651
      Specialized Counseling Services
      Mental Health/HIV services for African American individuals diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
         340 East 51st Street, Chicago, IL 60615 773.869.0301
      Adult Outpatient Mental Health Services
      Therapists will provide outpatient mental health services to individuals over the age of 17.
      Some of the services provided are individual, group, and family therapy.
         33 E. 114 St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.660.4652
      Children and Adolescent Outpatient Mental Health Services
      Therapists will provide outpatient mental health services to individuals under the age of
      18. Some of the services provided are individual, group, and family therapy.
          33 E. 114 St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.660.4652
      HUD Support Services for Women
      This program provides housing for a maximum of sixteen females who have been dually
      diagnosed.
          6701 S. Elizabeth St., Chicago, IL 60636 773.651.2728
      Shelter Plus
      This program provides housing for individuals who are homeless.
          340 East 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615 773.869.0301
      Specialized Counseling Services
      This Minority HIV/AIDS Mental Health Services program provides a unique array of
      services in the areas of individual counseling, psychiatric services, family counseling,
      group counseling, psycho-educational counseling, aftercare, outreach services and case
      management.
          340 East 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615 773.869.0301

DIVISION FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH, PREVENTION, YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES

      Infant Day Care Program
      Specialized day care homes for infants and children from the Roseland, Riverdale,
      Pullman, Greater Grand Crossing and South Shore communities.
          8151 S. Western Ave., Chicago, IL 60620 773.863.1452
      Outreach Services
      Outreach and information dissemination about available HRDI services to pregnant
      women and women with children up to the age of one.
          8151 S. Western Ave., Chicago IL 60620 773.863.1452
      Prevention Program
      Youth leadership training, school based services, health and wellness principles, an
      annual summer camp, substance abuse prevention and violence prevention seminars.
         33 E. 114th St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.660.4630
       Early Intervention Program
       Provide culturally competent services to men and women who are high risk for HIV/AIDS
       and STD’s. The program services include counseling, testing, and case management
       services for HIV positive individuals, and HIV/AIDS/STD prevention, education, and
       training.
            340 E. 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615 773.869.0300
       Urban Systems of Care
       Case management, support and coordination services to assist children ages 3-14, and
       their families who live in Altgeld Gardens public housing toward addressing their
       emotional and behavioral issues through service referrals, outreach linkages and follow
       up.
            13218-20 S. Ellis St., Chicago, IL 773.928.3823
       Project Life Guard
       A collaboration program with the S.A.F.E.R. Foundation providing HIV and substance
       abuse prevention and education to ex-offenders.
           340 E. 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615 773.869.0301
       Teen Reach
       This after school program provides a safe haven for youth by focusing on five core
       service areas: academic assistance, mentoring, cultural activities, parent involvement
       and life skills education. This program is currently being offered to grades 5-8 at Dunne
       Elementary School in Roseland.
           33 E. 114th St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.660.4630
       Minority HIV/AIDS Mental Health Services
       This minority HIV/AIDS Mental Health Services program provides a unique array of
       services in the areas of individual counseling, psychiatric services, family counseling,
       group counseling, psycho-educational counseling, aftercare, outreach services and case
       management.
           340 E. 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615 773.869.0301

DIVISION FOR CONTRACTS, RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS

       Vivian E. Summers Preparatory Schools and Child Development Center
       Vivian E. Summers High School – Alternative high school program for the Chicago
       Public Schools. Lakeview’s program is developed to prepare students to return to their
       regular schools, or graduate from high school and enter the workforce or post secondary
       education directly from the program. We help educate students who have been removed
       from the traditional school system due to behavioral problems.
       Vivian E. Summers Middle School – Alternative elementary school for the Chicago
       Public Schools. This program services grades 3-8 and was developed to help educate
       youth who have behavior problems.
           30 E. 112th Pl., Chicago, IL 60628 773.468.2908
       Problem Gambling Counseling Initiative
       Provides counseling services for problems and pathological gamblers. This program also
       provides a site for self-exclusion for individuals with gambling problems who wish to
       exclude themselves from the casino environment.
           33 E. 114th St., Chicago, IL 60628 773.660.4652


JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE (JVS)                           ***New Site***
http://www.jvschicago.org

JVS Mission Statement - “Improving life through employment and productivity recognizing that
personal development is a lifetime endeavor.’

Contact Person for All Locations (except Skokie)
Arlene Shafton, Coordinator of Community Relations
Phone: 312.673.3443
E-Mail: arleneshafton@jvschicago.org
       Main Location
       Management & Counseling
          216 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 700, Chicago, IL 60606 312.673.3400
        Career Planning Center
        Career Counseling, Job Placement, College Counseling, Supported Employment
        Program, and Disability Placement Services
           300 Revere Dr., Northbrook, IL 60062 847.412.4300
        Northwest Suburban Office
        Career Counseling, Job Placement, College Counseling, Interpreting Services, and
        Refugee Services
           1156 West Shore Dr., Arlington Heights, IL 60004 847.392.8205
        Sampson-Katz
        Rehabilitation, Career Counseling and Job Placement
           2020 West Devon Ave., Chicago, IL 60659 773.761.9000
        Skokie Office
        Career Counseling, Job Placement, Refugee Services and College Counseling
           5150 Golf Rd., Skokie, IL 60077 847.568.5150

Contact Person – Skokie location
Maxine Topper, LCPC
Phone: 847-568-5155
E-Mail: MaxineTopper@jvschicago.org

Types of Clients:
   • adults (22-60)

Typical Presenting Concerns:

Dealing with life transitions (job loss, grief counseling, self-esteem issues, marital counseling,
money loss, workplace adjustment, anger management, conflict adjustment)

    •   Resume critiques
    •   Career exploration
    •   Job placement assistance
    •   Networking with other community resource sites

Interns would be exposed to:

    •   Monthly outreach groups
    •   In-services and community involvement (previous workshops have been about substance
        abuse in the workplace, ADHD, depression, etc.)  

Services: Administration, Career Counseling, Job Placement, Entrepreneurial Services, and
Disability Placement Services

Types of Clients:
   • adults (22-60)

Typical Presenting Concerns:
   • individuals seeking career change (non-sectarian)

            Note: At JVS, the intern will work as a career counselor.


KIDS HOPE UNITED

Contact Person for All Locations
Ed Buchs, Senior Vice-president
Phone: 847.245.6561
E-Mail: ebuchs@kidshopeunited.org
        Headquarters – Lake Villa Office
           215 N. Milwaukee Ave., Lake Villa, IL 60604 847.245.6506
        Administrative Office
           3 S. Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite 300, Springfield, IL 62701 217.789.7637
        Busy Bee Child Development Center
       Child Development, Individual and Family Counseling, Family Preservation, Youth
       Services, and Prevention Services
           2115 Ernie Krueger Cir., Waukegan, IL 60087 847.245.6800
       Waukegan – N. Lewis Avenue – Delinquency Center
       Community Based Corrections – Individuals Released from Correctional Facilities Live at
       This Site Until They Move out Into the Community
           1901 N. Lewis Ave., Waukegan, IL 60087 847.662.0945
       St. Charles Office
       Individual, Family, and Sex Offender Counseling; Family Preservation; and Youth
       Services
           1750 E. Main St., Suite 40, St. Charles, IL 60174 630.513.6277
       Chicago – West 31st Street Office
       Individual, Family, and Emergency Caretaker Counseling, as well as Prevention Services
           514 W. 31st St., Chicago, IL 60616 312.949.4000
       Chicago – South Prairie Avenue Office
       Multi-Systemic Counseling Therapy and Youth Services
           1712 South Prairie Ave., Suite 400 Chicago, IL 60616 312.949.5800
       Chicago – South Dorchester Avenue Office
       Placement Services, System of Care Counseling, and Family Preservation
           9501 South Dorchester Ave., Chicago, IL 60628 312.949.5500
       Joliet Office
       Individual and Family Counseling as well as Placement Services
           81 North Chicago St., Suite 402, Joliet, IL 60432 815.727.7887
       Kankakee Office
       Individual and Family Counseling, Placement Services, and Family Preservation
           555 South Schuyler Ave., Suite 115, Kankakee, IL 60901 815.932.1695




LIFELINK
Contact Person for All Locations
Ms. Christina Maggio, Vice-president of Communication and Philanthropy
Phone: 630.521.8046
E-mail: christina.maggio@lifelink.org
       Main Location
          331 South York Rd., Bensenville, IL 60106        630.766.3570
       Lifelink Latino Family Services
           329 South York Rd., Bensenville, IL 60106       630.521.8204
       Lifelink Latino Family Services
           5420 West Roosevelt Rd., Chicago, IL 60644 773.371.1429
       Refugio – Domestic Violence Treatment Program
          St. Alexis Church, 400 Wood St., Bensenville, IL 60106 630.595.0087
       English Foster Care Program
          700 North Sacramento Blvd., Suite 300, Chicago, IL 60612 773.826.3872
       Latino Foster Care Program
           5420 West Roosevelt Rd.,Chicago, IL 60644 773.371.1429


LUTHERAN CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS

Contact Person for All Locations
Wayne Nafzger, LCSW
Phone: 708.488.5571
E-Mail: wayne_nafzger@lcfs.org
       Main Location
       Corporate Office
          7620 W. Madison Ave., River Forest, IL 60305 708.771.7180
       Addison Location
       Residential Treatment, Adoption, Pregnancy Counseling and Counseling
       Lutherbrook Child and Adolescent Center
           343 W. Lake St., Addison, IL 60101 630.543.6900
       Addison Location
       Therapeutic Day School - Lutherbrook Academy
          329 W. Lake St., Addison, IL 60101 630.628.1467
       Chicago Location
       Foster Care; Housing Advocacy; Home-based Services; Individual, Marital and Family
       Counseling; Family Life Education; Food and Clothing Distribution; Beneficial Society;
       and Fathers' Center
          6127 S. University Ave., Chicago, IL 60637 773.753.0600
       Chicago West Location
       ITACT recovery baby is born drug addicted – partner with a drug treatment program to
       ensure the safety of child
          1140 N. Lamon Ave., Chicago, IL 60651 773.921.0878
       Decatur Location
       Foster Care; Individual, Marital and Family Counseling; Family Life Education
          2715 N 27th St, Suite 1, Decatur, IL 62526 217.428.8380
       Springfield Location
       Adoption; Foster Care; Individual, Marital and Family Counseling; Pregnancy Counseling;
       Family Life Education
          431 S. Grand Ave., Springfield, IL 62704 217.544.4631
       Mt. Vernon Location
       Teen Pregnancy; Foster Care; Pregnancy Counseling; Family First; Unified Delinquency
       Intervention; Children First; Men Challenging Violence;
       Individual, Marital and Family Counseling; Family Life Education
           800 S. 45th St., Wells Bypass Mt. Vernon, IL 62864 618.242.3284
       Mt. Vernon Location
       Group Home; Residential Alternative Foster Care
       Southern Thirty Adolescent Center
           P.O. Box 964, 17077 N. Illinois Highway 37, Mt. Vernon, IL 62864 618.242.2238
       Mt. Vernon Location
       Foster care, foster care and community counseling, adoption and pregnancy counseling
           East St. Louis, 208 N. Illinois St., Belleville IL 62221 618.234.8904


METROPOLITAN FAMILY SERVICES

NEIGHBORHOOD LOCATIONS

Contact Person
       Rebecca Royster,MA,LCSW
       Program Supervisor
       Metropolitan Family Services
       235 E. 103rd Street
       Chicago, IL 60628

Phone: 773.371.3617
Email: roysterr@metrofamily.org

       Calumet Center
          235 East 103rd St., Chicago, IL 60628-2807 773.371.3600

Contact Person
David Zverow, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.884.3310 ext. 2213
E-Mail: zverowd@metrofamily.org
       Midway Center
          3843 West 63rd St., Chicago, IL 60629-4623 773.884.3310
       Midway Children's Center
          3215 W. 63rd St., Chicago, IL 60629-3354 773.884.2350

Contact Person
Doug Brown, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.371.2918
E-Mail: brownd@metrofamily.org
       South Chicago Center
          3062 East 91st St., Chicago, IL 60617-4401 773.371.2900

Contact Person
       North Center (Interns are required to be bilingual – Polish or Spanish)
       New contact info needed. Sent request to paul tana.

SUBURBAN LOCATIONS
Contact Person
Leslie Gum, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 630.784.4874
E-Mail: lgum@metrofamily.org
       DuPage
          222 East Willow Ave., Wheaton, IL 60187-5426 630.784.4800

Contact Person
Tana Paul, Program Supervisor
Phone: 847.425.7408
E-Mail: pault@metrofamily.org
       Evanston/Skokie Valley
          820 Davis St., Suite 450, Evanston, IL 60201-4447 847.328.2404

Contact Person
Priscilla Rian
Phone: 708.974.2300 ext.5135
E-Mail: rianp@metrofamily.org
Student may need a car, due to suburban location.
       Southwest
          10537 S. Roberts Rd., Palos Hills, IL 60465-1933 708.974.2300
           5210 Main St., Skokie, IL 60077-2158 847.425.7501
       Blue Island (Spanish speaking interns should apply)
          13136 S. Western Ave., Blue Island, IL 60462 708.371.5770


NEAR NORTH HEALTH CENTER: WINFIELD MOODY

Contact Person
Dr. Tim Long, MD, Senior Manager for Behavioral Health
Phone: 312.337.1073 ext.270
E-Mail: tlong@nmh.org
       Komed Holman Health Center
          4259 S. Berkely St., Chicago, IL 60653 773.268.7600
       Winfield Moody Health Center
          1276 N. Clybourn Ave., Chicago, IL 60610 312.337.1073


NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY CAREER COUNSELING OFFICE
**New Site for Community Track**
633 Clark St, Evanston, IL 60208 847.491.3741

http://www.northwestern.edu

Contact Person
Mary Lou Taylor, LPC; NCC; M.S.Ed - Educational Psychology
Training Coordinator/Senior Career Counselor
(Please note: other Northwestern site contacts who work closely with Mary Lou have an LCPC)
Phone: 847.491.2263
E-Mail: m-taylor2@northwestern.edu

Note: Due to the availability of an LCPC supervisor, this site is also accepting applicants from the
Community Counseling track.


THRESHOLDS PSYCHIATRIC REHABILITATION CENTERS

Contact Person for All Locations
Remy Zabrowski, HR Assistant Internship Coordinator
Phone: 773.572.5267
E-Mail: rzebrowski@thresholds.org
        Advancing Customized Employment Project (ACE)
        Provides vocational services to the mentally ill in the Chicago area via the Department of
        Labor and One Stop programs.
           4101 N. Ravenswood Ave., Chicago, IL 60613 773.572.5500
        Austin Apartments
        Residential Building which holds 57 studio units for Thresholds members. PSR program
        provides case management, groups, vocational support.
            334 N. Menard Ave., Chicago, IL 60644
        Bridge North: Bridge
        Community Outreach via case management services for the chronically mentally ill,
        serving the Uptown community.
            4101 N. Ravenswood Ave., Chicago, IL 60613 773.572.5500
        Bridge South: Bridge
        Community Outreach via case management services for the chronically mentally ill,
        serving the mid south side of Chicago.
            1712 S. Prairie Ave., Suite 2e, Chicago, IL 60616
        Bridge Southwest: Bridge
        Community Outreach via case management services for the chronically mentally ill,
        serving the southwest side of Chicago.
            3638 S. Kedzie Ave., Chicago, IL 60632
            Bill’s Place, 4358 S. Keating Ave., Chicago, IL 60632
        Bridge West: Bridge
        Community Outreach via case management services for the chronically mentally ill,
        serving the west side of Chicago.
            5000 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago, IL 60644
        Deaf North: Bridge
        Provides case management, outreach, vocational, and residential services to deaf people
        who have been diagnosed with a mental illness, on the north side of Chicago.
           Washtenaw House, 4739 N. Washtenaw Ave., Chicago, IL 60625
           California House, 4814 N. California Ave., Chicago, IL 60625
        Deaf South: Bridge and Kiley House: Residential
        Provides case management, outreach, vocational, and residential services to deaf people
        who have been diagnosed with a mental illness, on the south side of Chicago.
           4734 S. Ellis Ave., Chicago, IL 60615
        Demonstration Project: Cook County Jail Program (bridge)
        Provides linkage case management and assertive outreach services to chronically
        mentally ill. Referrals come directly from the Cook County jail system for the purposes of
prevention of unnecessary hospitalization.
    4101 N. Ravenswood Ave., Chicago, IL 60613 773.572.5500
Grais House (MISA): Residential
Residential apartment building holding 44 studio units. Grais House provides case
management and PSR services to the mentally ill who also suffer from substance abuse
issues.
    6808 N. Wayne Ave., Chicago, IL 60626
Lake County Enterprises (LCE)
Provides vocational opportunities for the mentally ill in Waukegan via the Uptown Café.
   300 Grand Ave., Waukegan, IL 60085
McHenry County: Link Case Management
This program provides comprehensive PSR services to the mentally ill including case
management, MISA, residential, social and vocational rehabilitation.
    AMI House, 403 N. Madison St., Woodstock, IL 60098
    MISA House, 3300 Castle Rd., Woodstock, IL 60098
    Drop In Center, 109 S. Jefferson St., Woodstock, IL 60098
Mobile Assessment Unit
Provides community outreach, assessment, residential, and linkage services to the
homeless and chronically mentally ill in the Chicago Area.
   Main Location: 4101 N. Ravenswood Ave., Chicago, IL 60613
   773.572.5500
   Mobile Assessment Unit: (bridge) 1211 S. Western Ave., Chicago IL 60608
   Linkage Services (bridge) Chicago Read MHC
   Linkage Services, Franciscan Outreach Shelter
   Safe Haven, Austin YMCA
   Safe Haven, Lawson YMCA
Mothers’ Project
Provides comprehensive PSR services to mentally ill Mom’s and their children, including
parenting assessment, a therapeutic school, specialized day care and residential
services.
    Mothers’ Project (day) 1110 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago IL, 60657
    Residences:
    Glenwood House, 5827 N. Glenwood Ave., Chicago, IL 60660
    Nelson House, 1950 W. Melrose St., Chicago, IL 60657
    Sarah Katherine House, 5511 N. Artesian Ave., Chicago, IL 60625
North (Jerry Dincin Center for Recovery)
(Provides comprehensive PSR programming including day treatment, outreach, drop-in,
and a wide variety of residential services.)
    2700 N. Lakeview Ave., Chicago, IL 60614
    Hope House, 7350 N. Damen Ave., Chicago, IL 60645
    Harmony House, 1700 W. Morse Ave., Chicago, IL 60626
    Humboldt House, 1819 W. Humboldt Blvd., Chicago, IL 60647
    Jacqueline Terrace, 719 W. Aldine Ave., Chicago, IL 60657
    Lakewood House, 6815 N. Lakewood Ave., Chicago, IL 60626
    Penn House, 157 W. Division St., Chicago, IL 60610
    Polk House, 1500 N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago, IL 60651
    Trust House, 1317 W. Lunt Ave., Chicago, IL 60626
    York House, 6123 N. Franscisco Ave., Chicago, IL 60659
Rowan Trees (MISA)
Provides comprehensive PSR services and residential for individuals who suffer from
mental illness and substance abuse issues.
   500 W. Englewood Ave., Chicago, IL 60621
   Rowan Trees (residential)
Sandler Center
Provides comprehensive PSR services to a rural population, including social,
educational, vocational, and residential programming.
   Sandler Center (day)
   4529 S. 8500 East Rd., St. Anne, IL 60964
   Residences:
   Case Management, 223 S. West Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
   River House, 605 S. Popular Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
    West House, 800 W. Harbor St., Kankakee, IL 60901
South
Provides comprehensive PSR services including a wide variety of residential
programming on the South side of Chicago.
    South (day)
    734 W. 47th St., Chicago, IL 60609
    Residences
    Coles-CILA, 7552 S. Coles Ave., Chicago, IL 60649
    Dorchester House, 1410 E. 62nd St., Chicago, IL 60637
    Islander House, 6757 S. Cornell Ave., Chicago, IL 60649
    King House, 6928 S. Creiger Ave., Chicago, IL 60649
    Mazza House, 1545 E. Marquette Rd., Chicago, IL 60637
    Paxton House (Diabetes), 6941 S. Paxton Ave., Chicago, IL 60649
    Woodlawn-CILA, 4740 S. Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, IL 60615
    Calumet House, 3650 S. Calumet Ave., Chicago, IL 60653
    Vincennes House, 460 E. 42nd Pl., Chicago, IL 60653
South Suburbs
This program provides a variety of PSR services including day, outreach, and residential
programming.
    South Suburbs (day) 12145 S. Western Ave., Blue Island, IL 60406
    ACT (bridge)
    CILA, 2421-2425 W. 13th St., Blue Island, IL 60608
    Chicago Heights Group Home
    Meadowview Apartments, 12145 S. Western Ave., Chicago, IL 60643
Southwest
   Provides comprehensive PSR services and includes residential apartments and
   group homes.
   3110 W. 63rd St., Chicago, IL 60629
   Southwest Apts., 3110 W. 63rd St., Chicago, IL 60629
Thresholds Rehabilitation Industries
Provides varied vocational supports to the mentally ill in the Chicago Area and
surrounding suburbs, including vocational assessment, job coaching, supported
workshops, and placements.
    TRI Workshop, 1556 W. Carrol St. Chicago IL 60613
    TRI Cleaning Services, 1950 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago IL 60608
    Lincoln Laser
    Custom Copy, 2150 S. US Highway 45-52, Kankakee, IL 60901
    Urban Meadows, 120 N. LaSalle Chicago, IL
Transitions
Niles Township Sheltered Workshop/First Step (vocational)
Provides PSR services with a focus on vocational rehabilitation and residential services
in the Northwest Suburban area.
     8050 N. Monticello Ave., Skokie, IL 60076
     Glenview House, 2204 Shermer Rd., Glenview, IL 60026
West Suburbs
Provides community case management and residential services, primarily in the Oak
Park community.
   Oak Park CILA, 1120 N. Austin Blvd., Oak Park, IL 60302
   Carroll Street Apartments, 3520 W. Carrol St., Chicago IL 60624
   Karlov House, 418 S. Karlov Ave., Chicago, IL 60624
Young Adult Program
Provides comprehensive PSR services including educational and social supports to
young adults between the ages of 16-21. Other services include an accredited high
school program and residential services.
   4219 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL 60618
   Diane’s House, 2041 W. Arthur Ave., Chicago, IL 60645
   James House, 4448 N. Kimball Ave., Chicago, IL 60625

    Mary Hill Residence, 7356 N. Winchester Ave., Chicago, IL 60626
WEST SIDE DOMESTIC ABUSE PROJECT

Contact Person
Christine Call, Co-Executive Director
Phone: 773.862.5408
E-Mail: ccall1@spcglobal.net
        Main Office
           2741 N. Spaulding Ave., Chicago, IL 60647 773.862.5408
        South Shore Office
           2042 E. 79th St., Chicago, IL 60649 773.978.2096



YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (YMCA) OF METROPOLITAN
CHICAGO

Contact Person
Kenny R. Ruiz, Executive Director
Phone: 312.932.1242
E-Mail: kenny_ruiz@ymcachgo.org
        Street Intervention
            1834 N. Lawndale St., Chicago, IL 60639 773.235.2525
        Duncan YMCA
           1001 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago, IL 60608 312.421.7800

Contact Person
Ann-Marie Crowe, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 708.385.6700 ext. 1135
E-Mail: annmariecrowe@ymcachgo.org
        Third Age YMCA
            801 N. Dearborn St., Chicago, IL 60610 312.932.3000

Contact Person
Laura Pleasants, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 312.440.2451
E-Mail: lpleasants@ymcachgo.org
        West Side Future
           2310 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago, IL 60608 312.432.4080

Contact Person
Laura Pleasants, Internship Coordinator
Phone: 312.440.2451
E-Mail: lpleasants@ymcachgo.org
        YMCA Alliance
          11 E. Adams, Suite # 300, Chicago, IL 60603 312.913.2150

Contact Person
Fran Mendelsohn, Clinical Supervisor
Phone: 708.385.6700
E-Mail: franmendelsohn@ymcachgo.org
        Y Network
           3801 W. 127th St., Alsip, IL 60803 708.385.6700


YOUNG WOMEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (YWCA) OF METROPOLITAN
CHICAGO

Contact Person
Jeanette Castellanos, Sexual Violence and Support Services Manager
Phone: 312.762.2772
E-Mail: jeanette.castellanosbutt@ywcachicago.org
       YWCA Loop – Executive Offices
         360 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60601 312.372.6600

Contact Person
Jeanette Castellanos, Sexual Violence and Support Services Manager
Phone: 312.762.2772
E-Mail: jeanette.castellanosbutt@ywcachicago.org
       YWCA UPTOWN OUTREACH SERVICES
         4753 North Broadway, Suite 918, Chicago, IL 60640 773.596.5490

Contact Person
Jeanette Castellanos, Sexual Violence and Support Services Manager
Phone: 312.762.2772
E-Mail: jeanette.castellanosbutt@ywcachicago.org
       YWCA Logan Square Satellite
         38511/2 W. Fullerton Ave., Chicago, IL 60647 773.862.3100

Contact Person
Jeanette Castellanos, Sexual Violence and Support Services Manager
Phone: 312.762.2772
E-Mail: jeanette.castellanosbutt@ywcachicago.org
       YWCA Lawndale Outreach Services
         3333 W. Arthington St., Suite 150, Chicago, IL 60624 773.265.9500

Contact Person
Barbara McCormick Somerville, Manager
Phone: 708.754.0486 ext. 22
E-Mail: barbara.mccormicksomerville@ywcachicago.org

       YWCA South Suburban Center

           320 West 202nd St. Ste 2, Chicago, IL 60411 708.754.0486

Contact Person

       Merlyn, Lawrence, Coordinator of Counseling, LCSW, CDVP

       Phone: 630.790.6600 ext. 246
       E-Mail: merlyn.lawrence@ywcachicago.org

               YWCA West Suburban Center
                 739 Roosevelt Rd., Building 8, Suite 210, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
                 630.790.6600

				
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