South Suburban Pads
Rating: 4.76 stars 29 29 reviews
414 W Lincoln Highway Chicago Heights IL 60411 USA
South suburban pads (public action to deliver shelter) is an inter-faith program providing shelter and supportive services to homeless persons. Compassion, hospitality, and dignity are key characteristics of the pads program.
Overnight program - providing warm, secure overnight lodging, meals, and hospitality at local churches and synagogues on a rotating basis.
homeless prevention - to financially assist a family with rent or mortgage assistance, utility assistance, or other short-term solutions that can solve a family's crisis.
homeless healthcare - collaboration between south suburban pads, the major south suburban hospitals, medical centers, area colleges and universities, and volunteer medical professionals which provides free primary care medical services to people that are homeless.
other programs to help support and aid the homeless. Project wish - various partnerships with other agencies that focus on special medical, mental health, and housing needs of pads guests through on-site services and transitional housing. Daytime program - supportive service guests can participate in a variety of self-improvement and enrichment programs. The program also provides ongoing case management services, ombudsmen counseling, and ged and vocational training classes.
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I am a board member and a volunteer. It is the joy of my life to see the men and women who would otherwise be without housing, without food and without clothing come into our shelters. We have also bought into the notion that to end homelessness we must put people in a home. to that end we will shortly provide housing for 77 families. I have never been around such dedicated and committed staff, board and volunteers. There is something about being a part of good works.
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