Proceeds Benefit Evanston/Skokie Valley Center
Newly Created Department will be Key in Integrating Strategic Initiatives
It takes a village to raise a child.
Unhealthy dating relationships can start early and can affect teens in many ways for years to come.
Focus on Mental Wellness
January is National Poverty in America Awareness Month
January is National Mentoring Month
The innovative Back Office Cooperative, a collaborative group of nonprofit organizations in Chicago, is celebrating its fifth year of operation and $5 million in collective savings for its members.
Remember to make a tax-deductible gift to Metropolitan Family Services by December 31.
On Dec. 21, volunteers from MillerCoors and Town & Country Distributors, packed up and passed out 400 bags of food containing the makings of a holiday feast.
President and CEO Ric Estrada was named the 2013 Person of the Year by the Corporate Responsibility Group of Greater Chicago.
Metropolitan Family Services DuPage has named three new members to its Community Board.
The event is made possible by the generous contributions of MillerCoors, along with partner Jewel-Osco.
Nearly 650 Guests Attend
ABC7 Meteorologist Tracy Butler and WLS Radio’s Roe Conn to Emceethe Metropolitan Family Services 32nd Annual Holiday Celebration
Veterans Day is a holiday set aside to honor and thank the men and women who served our nation in the military, both in wartime and peace.
Recognized by National Membership Association as Agency of the Year
Event raises more than $203,000 for legal services benefiting low-income Chicago-area families
Tribune Publishing Co. CEO/Publisher Tony Hunter Named Board Chair
Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation Awards Multi-Million Dollar Grant for Children’s Mental Health Services in Chicago’s High Risk Neighborhoods.
Celebrate the Season of Giving and Get a Chance to Win an “Instant Wine Cellar”
It is estimated that one in four women and one in seven men in the United States suffer serious physical violence at the hands of an intimate partner at least once during their lifetimes.
The event is part of the Legal Aid Society’s annual Equal Access to Justice Award Luncheon.
Chicago’s Back Office Cooperative Celebrates Five Years of Savings, Sharing Best Practices
Introducing Early Childhood Education Programming
The Early Education Center Is Part of the $36 Million the Mayor Is Investing in Increasing Access to Early Education Programs
Thanks to all who made Jazz at the Met 2013 a big success!
Metropolitan, WINGS and Greater Southwest Development Corporation form Collaboration
Mentoring and inspiration are the themes of the third annual “I Am a Queen” enrichment program.
Live Performances and WVON Radio’s Cliff Kelley & Precious Witherspoon to Emcee
Metropolitan Family Services Offers Help for Those Affected by Foreclosure. “Know Your Rights” Seminar Monday, June 3, from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Metropolitan Family Services Calumet Center, 235 E. 103rd St., Chicago.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, May 12-18.
The Metropolitan Family Services Metro Board Presents Metropolis June 7
Video Feature Part of Honor
WLS-TV News Anchor Judy Hsu Emceed the Event; Drew Nearly 400 Attendees
Taking Place 4/22 at Midway Head Start Facility
A full slate of fun, educational and healthy activities is planned to celebrate Week of the Young Child, April 14-20, at Metropolitan Family Services Children’s Centers.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and Metropolitan Family Services supports parents in acquiring skills that promote the healthy growth and development of children as well as learning important life skills to benefit themselves and their family.
Evanston Resident Bart Rocca to Be Honored
Gala to Be Held April 26
March is National Professional Social Workers Month
Metropolitan Family Services DuPage Names Pat Whiteside to its Community Board
Group helps survivors of trafficking recover and rebuild their lives.
Come Out for ‘Fresh Moves Fridays’ at Our Calumet Center
February is Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness Month
January is National Mentoring Month. Please consider becoming a mentor. The friendships and personal connections made through mentoring leave such a positive, lifelong impression on both mentors and mentees. You can make a difference.
Among the growing ranks of people living in poverty are the working poor who hold minimum wage jobs, seniors living on fixed incomes, and those who lost their jobs.
Holiday dinner fixings will help make the season merry for 400 client families of Metropolitan’s North Center
Holiday dinner fixings will help make the season merry for 200 families at Metropolitan DuPage