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Hamdard Center for Health and Human Services NFP

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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: To promote the physical and emotional health and psychological well-being of individuals and families by offering hope, help and healing.

Target demographics: immigrant and refugee populations

Direct beneficiaries per year: 1400 individuals

Geographic areas served: the Chicagoland area

Programs: 1) Primary health care/medical clinic 2) Psychiatry and counseling 3) Shelter and supportive services for women and children who are victims of domestic violence 4) Case management including enrollment for Health insurance, Medicaid, and other public benefits 5) In-Home Care and Adult Day Center for seniors 6) Partner Abuse Intervention Program 7) Community Outreach, education and training

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Aisha G.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I had the opportunity to attend the Hamdard Gala a few weeks ago and although I thought I knew the organization well, I learned so much more! It's clear that the staff and clients are engaged in such incredigly meaningful work. I was moved by so many of the personal stories and could see the direct impact of each initiative across the populations being helped (youth, elderly, domestic abuse and more). I hope to find more ways to give back to Hamdard and support their incredible organization! Thanks!

Review from Guidestar

Uzma A.


Rating: 5

When I first reached out to organizations in our community very few gave us the time to speak, though when I went to Hamdard Center their executive staff treated us with great respect and honor. We've gone to Hamdard center several times to arrange events for the elderly residents and youngsters there and it's all the more joyful because they take to it with as much excitement as we do. The people at Hamdard center are truly genuine and passionate about the work that they do and that is hard to find. No matter how busied their schedules are, they truly are appreciative of all that groups, small or large, rich or poor bring to the community. They understand and respect the value positive relationships bring to the overall health of society. Thank you for inspiring us youngsters to chase big dreams.