Kelsey, a resident of Jubilee Village, shares her story with her houseparents Samantha and Jeffrey Jensen at the 2016 Hearts of Grace Women's Luncheon.
Thanks to a partnership between Warrenville Youth & Family Services and the Warrenville Fire Protection District, an alumna of the Quest program is on her way to becoming a firefighter.
Through activity programming, case management, a Mood and Memory Clinic and the Friendly Visitors volunteers, the Older Adult Program works to help our elderly stay healthy, safe and involved in society.
Sit down to get to know Areli Santiago, the bilingual case manager at Warrenville Youth & Family Services (WYFS), and you’ll notice one word in particular that keeps popping up: “excited.”
Serving at Outreach since 1988, Victor Argo's unique role at the Outreach Community Counseling Centers allows him to see growth and change in the lives of his interns and patients.
“Alone with no support,” a mother of two was left stranded with no money, no medical services and no options. But staff at York Community Resource Center helped her find short-term solutions and long-term support.
Meet the Hacketts, the newest house parents at Jubilee Village who are discovering how their personal faith and experience serving in Africa can help single mothers here at home.