Care Point Adult Child & Family Association 113 Custer Ave, Evanston, IL60202 In the words of one employee, the Care Point Adult Child & Family Association is the door to the entire social…More service area. It connects people to any social services they may need and people are invited to walk in anytime to discuss any issues or concerns they have. The center also offers free HIV testing and has free computer access for job seekers.
Youth Organizations Umbrella Inc 1027 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL60202 This nonprofit organization has been serving Evanston for over 35 years. The group provides a variety of services for…More young people designed to give the mental, social and academic support they need. Kids from elementary to high school are welcome to join. Academic assistance, athletic programs and family counseling are some of their services.
James B. Moran Center For Youth Advocacy 1123 Emerson St, Evanston, IL60201 James B. Moran Center For Youth Advocacy provides services for low-income youth in Evanston. People ages 21 and younger…More can receive legal representation for cases in juvenile delinquency and adult criminal court, social work services and youth advocacy. The organization is dedicated to preventing youths from engaging in delinquent behaviors.
Grey Matter Collective 2123 Dewey Ave, Evanston, IL60201 This local design firm offers branding, marketing, interactive, print advertising, social media and search optimizing…More services. Along with working on campaigns for national brands, such as Pepsi, Subway and Dove, Grey Matter also provides pro bono services to nonprofits.
Toddler Town Day Care 1501 Howard St, Evanston, IL60202 This licensed day care offers weekday services for two to six year old children. The program focuses on physical,…More social, emotional and intellectual development. Teachers include college students and teachers with fifteen years of experience under their belts. Visit the site for more information.
Greenwood Care 1406 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Greenwood Care is an intermediate care facility for the adults with chronic mental illness. It offers various services,…More including psychiatric rehabilitation, psycho-social therapy, medication management and more. Groups are available for patients to learn and discuss money management, communication skills, substance abuse, relationships and more. Activities and planned outings are offered. For further information, please call or visit the Web site.
Tannenbaum Chabad House 2014 Orrington Ave, Evanston, IL60201 The Northwestern University Chabad House, known as the Tannenbaum Chabad House, is a center for Jewish students at the…More school. The center hosts social activities and workshops based on Jewish learning as well as services for the high holidays.
Ebony Barber Shop 1702 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Ebony Barber Shop provides hair cutting and styling services and also provides a great place for locals to socialize and…More relax. In business for more than thirty years and family-owned, it is considered a staple of its neighborhood and the African-American community in Evanston.
Motivequest 1578 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Motivequest is a local strategic planning consulting firm in the Evanston area. Some of the services that it provides…More are campaign development, consumer insights and social media training. Please check the website or call for additional information.
SIM Partners 1601 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL60201 SIM Partners is a marketing firm that specializes in digital marketing. Services offered include search engine and…More social media optimization, video production, mobile application design, information and performance tracking and more. The firm works with a variety of businesses throughout the region to improve their digital processes and online presence.
The Open Studio Project 901 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL60202 The Open Studio Project is a non-profit arts and social service organization that provides stimulating visual arts and…More writing experiences to inspire personal growth, interpersonal understanding, and social change. Serving both the general public and the diverse community of underserved local residents, the Open Studio Project offers workshops, classes, and exhibitions as a form of open-to-the-public art therapy. Equality between facilitators and participants and no critiquing art work creates the welcoming environment that springboards participants into confronting challenges in their lives proving that, as their motto goes, art can change everything.
Beth Emet Synagogue 1224 Dempster St, Evanston, IL60202 Beth Emet is a free synagogue. Weekly worship services and religious education programs are available for people of all…More ages. The Synagogue's NAEYC-certified early childhood education program is designed for children as young as one year and as old as five years, while religious education is offered to students in preschool through the 12th grade. The Beth Emet synagogue is also active in the community and hosts adult education classes encouraging the development of the individual as a spiritual, social and political being capable of improving not only the local community but the global-social landscape.
AWOFINC - A Work of Faith Ministries 625 Madison St, Evanston, IL60202 A Work of Faith Ministries is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people in the greater…More Chicago community. This organization works to reduce social ills such as drug and alcohol abuse, illiteracy, homelessness and domestic violence by intervening and creating a positive and nurturing environment for at risk youth in the hopes of stopping the cycles of poverty and crime. It offers music and camping retreat programs and child care services. This is A Work of Faith satellite location, with the main office located in Chicago.
Childtime 355 Ridge Ave, Evanston, IL60202 Childtime in Evanston provides daycare and pre-school services to children and infants ages six weeks to five years,…More with specialized programs for infants, toddlers and children about to enter kindergarten. The dedicated staff is in place to help children grow academically, physically and socially by teaching core subjects like math, science, reading and writing as well as motor skills and physical fitness, creativity and relationship-building. This "Whole Child Education" strives to prepare children for success in school and beyond.