Counseling is provided at WYFS through Outreach Community Counseling Centers. Our Counseling Centers have been working with individuals and families in this area for over 40 years. We have helped people find hope when it was gone and find solutions when they had almost given up. Staff therapists are trained in the latest research and use practices that have been shown to work in addressing a wide variety of concerns. Each year, our professionally trained therapists provide individual, couples and family counseling for more than 1,000 people in the community.
Case Management services at WYFS works to stabilize individuals with pressing financial needs through financial and referral assistance. Case managers oversee the distribution of the Local Emergency Assistance Fund as well as additional funds from The Salvation Army and the Illinois Department of Human Services.
The Hispanic Outreach Program seeks to support and empower the Hispanic residents of Warrenville by providing outreach services, practical assistance, advocacy and community development. The program encourages full participation in community life while celebrating the unique cultural heritage of Hispanic residents.