Serving Communities in the West Suburbs
There’s a reason Outreach is in multiple west suburban neighborhoods. We invest in at-risk communities so we can meet people’s needs right where they are. Local church and business partners, volunteers, and donors come together to help stabilize families and give children and teenagers the opportunity to grow into healthy adults, and enter into a relationship with God.
Outreach was the first organization in DuPage County to introduce a neighborhood-based model into vulnerable communities. We’re still walking alongside the kids and families we serve, creating opportunities where barriers exist, and shining the light of hope on all people’s God-given potential.
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Where We Serve
Outreach serves people through education, mentoring, counseling, transitional housing, youth development, and other family services in multiple locations.
Outreach Carol Stream
Neighborhood community centers serving kids, families and older adults in southeast Carol Stream and Villagebrook Apartments.
Serving youth and families with education, mentoring, counseling, mental health services, case management and Hispanic outreach.
Outreach West Chicago
Serving the Hispanic community at Puente del Pueblo with youth education programs, literacy, and case management.
Serving at-risk teens and their parents, homeless youth, young adults, single mothers and their children.
A neighborhood resource center serving elementary and middle school students in southern Villa Park.
Outreach Counseling Center
Trained therapists offer individual and family counseling, and help them navigate life’s ups and downs.
Outreach Employment Center
Employment Opportunity Centers offering comprehensive employment training for young adults ages 18-29.
Outreach Transitional Housing
A safe, supportive home and services for young homeless women, and young single mothers with their children.