The WMC Monthly Meetings are held every 1st Thursday of the month (but July and January) at 10:00am the next meeting at 5701 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago Il 60644.
Maryville Academy Crisis Nursery 24 hour help line 773-205-3637 Goal to protect our most vulnerable population of Children birth to five. Reduce parental strees which can lead to harm to or death of children.
Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago- SCSEP is a program that provides job training and employment opportunities for eligible low-income individuals ages 55 and older. for more Information call 708-524-8700
C.A.P.S. From 15th, 25th 11th, 10th, 12th, 13th, and Oak Park Have monthly C.A.P.S meetings for more information you can go to ClearPath on the Chicagopolice.org page, and for oak park www.oak.park.us/police.
Healthy Families Chicago Westside Family Advocacy Center: Do you need help? Finding Housing, Employment, paying light and gas bill, Transportation, Activities for your children, Or do you just need someone to talk to. We're here contact us at the Westside Family Advocacy Center Valerie Darby (773) 257-0111 ext 136 firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthy Families Chicago 2100 S. Marshall Chicago, Il. 60623
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Westside Learning Center 4624 West Madison Street Monday & Wednesday 9:00am Tuesday & Thursday 4:00pm Saturday 9:00am
1900 West Van Buren Room 2239 Monday & Wednesday 9:00am Tuesday & Thursday 4:00pm Saturday 9:00am
Ages 16 or 17 must submit a release letter from the letter from the last sckool attened prior to testing and registration. more information 3128507300
Mission Statement The Westside Ministers Coalition, WMC of Chicago INC., is an organization whose pupose is to work in cooperation with other organizations sharing similar values in accomplishing our goal which is to explore and initiate self-help efforts to improve the Westside communities of Chicago in the areas of housing, health, energy, education, economics and community development.
WMC History WMC was founded in 1978, as an extended arm of the Westside Ministers Conference, for the purpose of being a political outlet for the Ministers on the West Side of Chicago. The Coalition would disseminate information to their, “Minister’s congregations,” concerning various political issues. Soon WMC discovered “everything” that happened in Chicago is politically related in some aspect. With that in mind, the WMC knew, merely sending information to various congregations was not enough.
Rev. Aaron and Margaret Jamal
WMC goes "Hands On" In the early 1990’s, the WMC made a change in order to effectively address the needs and issues of the “total” person. We knew in order to make this change, the WMC had to readjust our mode of operations to become a “hands on” endeavor.
As concerns arise, we methodically, and strategically respond by providing regular forums to address, evaluate and implement solutions that impact positive growth. We also provide spiritual illuminations that encourages, positive, educational enhancement, behavioral modifications, and community involvement.