Our mission is to restore hope and provide opportunities
for people to become all that God intends them to be.


Outreach operates neighborhood resource, counseling, transitional housing and employment training centers. Our sites are:


Community services vary by site and are developed in response to local needs and resources.

Family stabilization services include counseling, case management, youth-in-crisis intervention and older adult services.

Youth development services include after-school and summer academic programs (1st-12th grade), tutoring, mentoring (ages 11-17), college prep and scholarships.

In addition, Outreach offers transitional housingjob training and community development.

Social Enterprises

Outreach’s social enterprises represent the best in Kingdom stewardship. They focus on recycling or re-purposing material resources received as donations, resold at a fair price to generate support for Outreach’s local ministries. Resale centers include:

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Summer Superheroes at WYFS

Students in the Quest summer youth program are researching their culture and country of origin, finding the "superhero" of their nationality.

Summer at Villagebrook

Teen Council served Northern Illinois Food Bank's Mobile Pantry; Wheaton Christian Reformed Church reaches out to students at this summer's Fun in the Park.

Summer at PdP

Business mentoring, summer camp, anatomy lessons and more—check out photos from Puente's summer youth program.

From Garden to Table at OCC

Students at Outreach Community Center in Carol Stream are learning how to grow vegetables and eat healthier this summer thanks to the Center's first on-site garden.

DuPage Foundation Awards Outreach $150,000 Grant

From left: Megan Shebik, DuPage Foundation Trustee; Bonnie Malcolm Chrisman, Outreach Community Ministries; Ruth Ann Snodgrass and Jim Snodgrass, donor-advisors; Chris Ellerman, Outreach Community Ministries; Ruth Carlson, DuPage Foundation and Grant Committee member.

Volunteer at Outreach