Youth-Friendly Services Map

Youth-Friendly Map

1. Select the type of services you’d like to find using the tabs below.

2. Zoom into a location and click on the map’s markers to learn more about what a specific location offers.

3. Check out the alphabetical list of locations under the map.

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Currently Displaying ALL youth-friendly services locations, reviewed by youth and ICAH staff. Scroll down for list of locations.

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Youth-Friendly Locations

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Youth Service Project, Inc.: 41.910243, -87.725518
ACCESS Cabrini: 41.831274, -87.676581
ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center: 41.806797, -87.704814
Abortion Illinois Ltd.: 41.848837, -87.623305
Adolescent Medicine at CORE: 41.874046, -87.677055
All Women\'s Health Chicago: 41.917921, -87.677789
Alternatives: 41.968179, -87.655014
American Women\'s Health Center: 41.931688, -87.688272
Aunt Martha\'s - Southeast Side Community Health Center: 41.681905, -87.537377
Austin Clinic: 41.902296, -87.749257
Beloved Community Family Wellness Center: 41.770031, -87.644397
Better Boys Foundation: 41.860352, -87.725448
Between Friends: 41.878114, -87.629798
Casa Corazon (La Casa Norte): 41.909687, -87.709522
Center on Halsted, Horizons: 41.948877, -87.649801
Centro Nuestro: 41.903103, -87.707785
Centro de Salud y Esperanza: 41.850639, -87.695189
Chicago Abortion Fund: 41.910686, -87.638075
Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic: 41.703471, -87.535475
Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis: 41.880052, -87.624613
Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women\'s Network: 41.886597, -87.627654
Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline: 41.885537, -87.624987
Chicago Women\'s Health Center: 41.944684, -87.653991
Chicago Youth Centers: 41.878897, -87.626390
Chicago Youth Programs: 41.796908, -87.619301
Children\'s Home + Aid - Marshfield Child & Family Center: 41.785119, -87.665912
Children\'s Home + Aid - Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child + Family Center: 41.779111, -87.667296
Cottage View Health Center: 41.806731, -87.606108
Domestic Violence Helpline: 41.878114, -87.629798
Elliott Donnelley Youth Center: 41.822422, -87.622921
Englewood Health Center of Cook County: 41.768450, -87.653359
Englewood Specialty Clinic: 41.779441, -87.641536
Family Planning Associates Medical Group: 41.883174, -87.639744
Family Planning Associates Medical Group (aka Albany Medical Surgical Center): 41.973213, -87.748988
Family Planning Associates Medical Group - Southside: 41.751854, -87.605217
Family Service Center: 42.116457, -87.822292
Family Service Center: 42.079353, -87.763957
Friend Family Health Center - Cottage Grove: 41.795115, -87.606000
Greater West Town Community Development Project: 41.890597, -87.702801
Haven Youth and Family Services: 42.167474, -87.789820
Heartland Human Care / Neon Street Programs: 41.969678, -87.659717
Heartland International Health Care Center - Wilson: 41.965298, -87.652080
Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center: 41.936234, -87.644884
Howard Brown Health Center - Path Program: 41.955191, -87.654163
IMAN Health Clinic: 41.779369, -87.692756
Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health: 41.878744, -87.626595
Komed Holman Health Center: 41.817070, -87.600515
Lakeview Specialty Clinic: 41.934565, -87.646310
Lincoln Square Medical Center: 41.968531, -87.691619
YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago - Loop: 41.881969, -87.632410
Mercy Family Health Center at Lower West: 41.858451, -87.665926
Mujeres Latinas en Accion: 41.854224, -87.679403
YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago - RISE Children\'s Center: 41.878311, -87.648055
New Hope Recovery: 41.933884, -87.653813
PCC West Town Family Health Center: 41.900626, -87.698419
Pillars - La Grange: 41.807464, -87.869354
Pillars - Berwyn: 41.835887, -87.783774
Pillars - Hickory Hills: 41.733546, -87.819592
Pillars - Fillmore Center: 41.832253, -87.796125
Pillars - Summit: 41.792031, -87.807285
Pillars - Downer\'s Grove: 41.795065, -88.010395
Pillars - Hodgkins: 41.781222, -87.857276
Planned Parenthood - Austin Health Center: 41.894680, -87.773840
Planned Parenthood Loop Health Center: 41.878114, -87.629798
Planned Parenthood Rogers Park Health Center: 41.997767, -87.660504
Planned Parenthood Roseland Center: 41.689214, -87.642359
Planned Parenthood Wicker Park Center: 41.902516, -87.665622
RVA Cook County Hospital Satellite: 41.873813, -87.674210
Rebecca K. Crown Youth Center: 41.757021, -87.564760
Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic: 41.685523, -87.617655
Roseland Specialty Clinic: 41.685471, -87.617494
Sexual Assault Crisis Centers: 41.878114, -87.629798
Solid Ground (La Casa Norte): 41.909802, -87.715786
YWCA Metro Chicago South - Parks and Francis Center: 41.774736, -87.606204
South Austin Public Health Center: 41.880458, -87.749965
YWCA South Suburban Center: 41.521618, -87.656259
Teen Living Programs - SCOPe: 41.890198, -87.633682
Teen Living Programs - Belfort House: 41.825914, -87.621623
The Night Ministry: 41.967659, -87.673661
The Women\'s Aid Center: 41.989451, -87.748873
Uptown Neighborhood Health Center: 41.965298, -87.652080
Vida/SIDA Generation L: 41.902649, -87.694653
YWCA West Suburban - Patterson and McDaniel Family Center: 41.911225, -87.627218
West Town Specialty Clinic: 41.903019, -87.687820
YWCA West/Northwest - Metropolitan Chicago - Logan Square: 41.932345, -87.699886
YWCA Metropolitan Chicago - Englewood Satellite: 41.779441, -87.641536
Youth Guidance: 41.882336, -87.631997
Youth Job Center: 42.048230, -87.687616
Youth Outreach Services: 41.800607, -87.656537
Youth Outreach Services: 41.850436, -87.777122
Youth Outreach Services - Austin: 41.902135, -87.773571
Youth Outreach Services - Irving Park: 41.952709, -87.787094
Youth Outreach Services - Melrose Park: 41.907861, -87.886795
ABC Polk Brothers Youth Center: 41.863823, -87.711139
ACCESS Booker Family Health Center: 41.809687, -87.609315
ACCESS Ashland Family Health Center: 41.799866, -87.664423
Access Centro Medico - Little Village: 41.844509, -87.717409
ACCESS San Rafael Family Health Center: 41.844520, -87.705305
ACCESS Evanston-Rogers Park Family Health Center: 42.019100, -87.670241
ACCESS Humboldt Park: 41.910343, -87.707168
Broadway Youth Center: 41.936234, -87.644884
Erie Teen Health Center: 41.965097, -87.677786
PCC Austin Family Health Center: 41.887089, -87.761476
Heartland Health Center - Rogers Park: 42.012446, -87.686420
Heartland Health Center - Lincoln Square: 41.968395, -87.695984
Friend Family Health Center: 41.790124, -87.722691
Friend Family Health Center: 41.787130, -87.683334
Gary Comer Youth Center: 41.764069, -87.602436
Grand Blvd Family Health Center: 41.795755, -87.630255
Lawndale Christian Health Center: 41.852495, -87.721969
Rush Adolescent Family Health Center: 41.877245, -87.668395
PCC Lake Street Family Health Center: 41.888255, -87.775546
PCC South Family Health Center: 41.866574, -87.690252
PCC Salud Family Health Center: 41.923749, -87.760771
UIC Thresholds: 41.958314, -87.681633
Uptown Teen Health Clinic: 41.971086, -87.659717
Circles and Ciphers: 42.007589, -87.669543
Project NIA: 48.216038, 16.378984
Care2Prevent: 41.788867, -87.604927
All Chicago - Making Homelessness History: 41.882889, -87.644524
Planned Parenthood Near North Health Center: 41.904013, -87.633164
Planned Parenthood - Englewood Health Center: 41.783187, -87.664134
Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center: 41.828979, -87.626179
Circles & Ciphers: 42.007589, -87.669543
Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation: 41.902649, -87.694653
World Relief Chicago: 41.968216, -87.716209
Girl Forward: 41.878114, -87.629798
Refugee One: 41.968507, -87.659455
Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights: 41.878031, -87.625626
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Youth Service Project, Inc.

Youth development, community building -- Works with youth by cultivating relationships through safe, supportive, and creative programming to maximize their strengths and navigate their lives.

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3942 West North Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center

ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income. Private billings and payment plans but the alternative depends heavily on your income. Youth under 18 have to be accompanied by an adult. Pregnant youth or STI services do not have to be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. In-Person Review: "They are very professional and organized... they have many people with different ages."

Phone: 773-254-6044  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Orange Line train

 

 

3229 West 47th Place, Chicago, IL, United States
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Abortion Illinois Ltd.

Abortion Illinois Ltd.

Medical & surgical abortion services.

312-328-1200  |   Website

2415 S Michigan Ave.
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Adolescent Medicine at CORE

Adolescent Medicine at CORE

Clinic for prevention, care, and research of HIV/AIDS & other infectious diseases; medical care, dental care, social & support services, prevention & education programs, & opportunities to participate in research.

Reviewed by phone by ICAH staff.

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm 

Phone: 312-572-4500 | Website

2020 W. Harrison Street
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All Women's Health Chicago

All Women's Health Chicago

Medical and surgical abortion services.

Phone: 773-252-3600 | Website

2000 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Alternatives

Alternatives

Multi-cultural youth development agency with leadership & substance abuse focus; violence and assault support. Alternatives' Restorative Justice Program provides training and technical assistance to help Chicago schools implement restorative alternatives to suspension and detention. Alternatives Career and Employment Services (CES) program works intensively with youth from low-income communities to prepare them to enter the workforce. Group workshops enable youth to connect with positive peers and develop key job preparation skills.

Phone: 773-506-7474  |  Website 

4730 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL, United States
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American Women's Health Center

American Women's Health Center

Comprehensive reproductive health services for women of all ages: abortion services, pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, counseling, family planning & complete Gynecological Care.

Phone: 773-772-7726 | Website

2744 N. Western Avenue
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Aunt Martha's - Southeast Side Community Health Center

Aunt Martha's - Southeast Side Community Health Center

Child welfare, Substance abuse treatment and Childcare services; Behavioral health care; Prenatal care.

Phone: 773-646-0480 | Website

3528 E. 118th Street
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Austin Clinic

Family planning services, medical services, outreach, violence and assault support and more.

Phone: 312-746-4797

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4909 W. Division Street
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Beloved Community Family Wellness Center

Healthcare services for people of low-income households. PPO Insurance only. Phone Review: "I felt okay. I didn't feel uncomfortable. The lady didn't sound judgmental... Even though I said no to PPO, she still tried to make the appointment for me."

Phone: 773-651-3629  |  Website

 

6821 S. Halsted Street
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Better Boys Foundation

Better Boys Foundation

Serves youth boys and girls ages 5-18 through innovative out-of-school time programming; scholarships; integrated crisis intervention, counseling, case management, & referral services. The services offered are based on the parent's income. Russian is spoken.

Phone: 773-542-7300 | Website | Accessible by train  

1512 South Pulaski Road, Chicago, IL, United States
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Between Friends

Between Friends

Free Services: toll-free Crisis Line (800-603-HELP), counseling, court advocacy, prevention & education, healthcare education, teen dating violence prevention program.

773-274-5232 | Website | Accessible by Public Transportation (Red Line)

 

P.O. Box 608548
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Casa Corazon (La Casa Norte)

Casa Corazon (La Casa Norte)

Provides housing and support services for homeless youth and families; ages 16-24. 

Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm

773-276-4900 | Website |  Accessible by public transportation (Bus Lines)

3328 W. North Avenue
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Center on Halsted, Horizons

Center on Halsted, Horizons

A safe and welcoming environment with programs and services including rapid HIV testing, group therapy, sports, & vocational training. LGBTQIAA friendly. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly STI testing and mental health location. Mental health services are provided on a sliding scale basis. They also accept a number of insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO. Psychotherapy may be free of charge for individuals with low incomes and living with HIV or experiencing relationship violence. 

Phone: 773-472-6469  |  Website

 

3656 North Halsted Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Centro Nuestro

Centro Nuestro

Well-trained youth-development specialists giving individual attention to youth through age-specific programs

773-489-3157 | Website | Accessible by Public Transportation

3222 W. Division Street
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Centro de Salud y Esperanza

Centro de Salud y Esperanza

ICAH Phone Review: Under the age of 18 have access to services regarding mental health and reproductive health. General health concerns have to have consent from a parent or guardian. Services offered are: General Medical Services, Family Planning, Free Pregnancy Testing, STI/HIV Testing (Male might have to get permission), Free Condoms, Some Clothing & Mental Health Services. Spanish Speaking. There is a sliding scale for uninsured patients. Recommend scheduling an appointments ahead of time, there may be same day appointments.

Teen Girls Group: Be Me, Be Healthy: A group that reaches out to girls ages 13-18 to provide a safe space to talk about growing up, being healthy and reaching your goals.

Monday-Wednesday, Friday 8am-7pm, Thursday 12pm-8pm, Saturday 8am-5pm

773-584-6200 | Website | Available by public transportation

2001 S. California Avenue
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Chicago Abortion Fund

Chicago Abortion Fund

Provides funding for abortion services, no medical services. Calling is recommended.

Phone: 312-663-0336  |  Website

333 W North Ave, Ste. 267, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Accessible primary healthcare that is culturally sensitive, affordable, and responsive to community and individual needs. Reviewed by ICAH: Youth under the age of 18 can access services. This center is accessible by public transportation. Free Pregnancy Testing offered. There is a sliding scale available for services. Recommend scheduling appointments. Average wait times for appointments are 30 minutes. They provide (Behavioral health staff) resources for pregnant and parenting youth such as food, housing, father help, and case management.

Phone: 773-768-5000  |  Website

10536 South Ewing Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis

Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis

Professional training; Treatment for children & adults at reduced fees for underserved communities. Reviewed by ICAH: Services offered for youth under the age of 18. This center is accessible by public transportation. There is a sliding scale based on income. No walk-ins are permitted. 

Phone: 312-922-7474  |  Website

122 S Michigan Ave, Suite 1301, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women's Network

Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women's Network

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. For crisis support, call the State of Illinois Confidential 24 Hour Hotline: 877-863-6338

1 E Wacker Dr, Suite 1630, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline

Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline

Phone Number Only. Not for on-site visits. Call: 888-293-2080

180 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 600, Chicago
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Chicago Women's Health Center

Chicago Women's Health Center

Affordable, compassionate, and collaborative gynecological and mental health care to women and trans people. Reviewed by ICAH: Evening and weekend appointments are available. This center is accessible by public transportation. A sliding scale is offered for services. Offers resources available for pregnant and parenting youth. Spanish Speaking. 

Phone: 773-935-6126  |  Website

3435 North Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Youth Centers

Chicago Youth Centers

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for financial, college readiness, and employment services. CYC's College and Career Readiness program is geared to recruit, help enroll, and support inner-city youth as they follow the path laid out to lead them to post-secondary education and successful careers. This includes: workshops, introduction to college readiness resources, campus visits. In addition, a CYC scholarship program has allowed us to also partner with the Associated Colleges of Illinois, allowing 10 CYC students a year to attend their workshops and campus visits to Chicago colleges.

Phone: 312-913-1700  |  Website

218 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Youth Programs

Chicago Youth Programs

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for Free Education, Mentoring, Recreation, Leadership Development, Preventative Health Care, College Prep, Scholarship Support and Career Assistance in Near North/ Cabrini Green, Washington Park, and Uptown. CYP serves inner-city youth that do not have access to social services due to location, poverty, or availability by providing consistent and positive role modeling and programming. All programs are free and CYP provides free transportation to and from programming to ensure access.

Phone: 773-924-0220  |  Website

5350 South Prairie Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Children's Home + Aid - Marshfield Child & Family Center

Children's Home + Aid - Marshfield Child & Family Center

Reviewed by ICAH as youth-friendly with services including Child & Family Counseling , Clinical Counseling Services, Foster Care, Adolescent Mother's Resource Homes, Excellence Academy, Intact Family Services, Extended Family Support, Parent Support, Subsequent Pregnancy Program, and Youth Services including  Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention and Englewood Community Violence Prevention Program.

Phone: 773-918-8600  |  Website

5958 S Marshfield Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Children's Home + Aid - Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child + Family Center

Children's Home + Aid - Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child + Family Center

Programs serving children and parents including Head Start, Early Head Start, Child Care Referral, Computer Literacy, GED Parental Education, Parent Support Services, Job Readiness Training, Raising A Reader, and Subsequent Pregnancy Prevention.

Phone: 773-476-6998  |  Website

1701 W 63rd St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Cottage View Health Center

Cottage View Health Center

Reviewed as a youth-friendly location for STI testing and general health. In-Person Review: "Lobby was pretty clean and the employees have uniforms that you can identify. A lady a the desk that I talked to seemed to be in her early 20's, seemed nice. She didn't talk to me in a condescending tone or throw any judgmental looks at me. It billed or insurance only, and can be private by your request if you say you're a teen patient. She seemed to enjoy talking to me and making sure I understood her, so I feel that shows that she's pretty compassionate. I never felt judged by the workers. Close to public transit. I can speak to a health provider in private, even if I am accompanied by an adult. Accessible to those with disabilities."

Phone: 773-548-1170  |  Website

4829 South Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Domestic Violence Helpline

Domestic Violence Helpline

Confidential, multilingual, referrals to resources in Chicago including counseling, legal and shelter services; hotline only, no location visits

Phone: 1-877-863-6338
TTY: 1-877-863-6339

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Elliott Donnelley Youth Center

Elliott Donnelley Youth Center

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for academic achievement and social and life skills development. Special features of this center are the Illinois Tool Works College and Career readiness (CCR) center, a full-size indoor swimming pool, the Art Park recreation area, and the Lou Jones Fitness Park, with a running track. There are also: School-Age After-School Program, Teen Leadership Development After-School Program, Summer Fun Day Camp.

Phone: 773-268-3815  |  Website

3947 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Englewood Health Center of Cook County

Englewood Health Center of Cook County

Reviewed by ICAH as a Youth-Friendly location for family medicine, psychologist, social work, and behavioral health. Phone Review: "I felt the person was very informed and polite. I felt like I would go there..." Website Review: "Says they don't allow walk-ins; website doesn't have enough information about what they offer" They don't do the billing. Free Pregnancy Tests. Close to public transit. Youth under 18 can speak to a health provider in private, even if accompanied by an adult. Accessible to those with disabilities.

Phone: 773-483-5011  |  Website

1135 West 69th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Englewood Specialty Clinic

Englewood Specialty Clinic

STI Testing Center including HIV Counseling, HIV Rapid Testing (same day results), STI & HIV Education, and Treatment Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Fees depend on services received but no one is turned away if unable to pay. Patients must be 12 years or older.

Phone: 312-747-8900

641 West 63rd Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Family Planning Associates Medical Group

Family Planning Associates Medical Group

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly clinic providing medical and surgical abortion services.

Phone: 1-888-222-0936  |  Website

659 West Washington Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Family Planning Associates Medical Group (aka Albany Medical Surgical Center)

Family Planning Associates Medical Group (aka Albany Medical Surgical Center)

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly clinic providing medical and surgical abortion services.

Phone: 773-362-5465  |  Website

5086 North Elston Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Family Planning Associates Medical Group - Southside

Family Planning Associates Medical Group - Southside

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly clinic providing pregnancy tests and ultrasounds.

Phone: 773-362-5507  |  Website

7845 S. Cottage Grove Avenue, Ste. 102
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Family Service Center

Family Service Center

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for mental health services.
Fees are based on a sliding scale, depending on the client's ability to pay, and can range from $30 to $125 per session. Ability to pay is based on: Annual gross income, number of family members dependent on that income, and extraordinary expenses. Youth under the age of 18 are only able to access some services. Polish and Spanish Speaking. Appointments Only. No wait times and able to see a therapist within 3-4 days after registration. This center is accessible by public transportation.

Phone: 847-251-7350

1830 Techny Road, Northbrook, IL, United States
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Family Service Center

Family Service Center

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for mental health services.
Fees are based on a sliding scale, depending on the client's ability to pay, and can range from $30 to $125 per session. Ability to pay is based on: Annual gross income, number of family members dependent on that income, and extraordinary expenses. Youth under the age of 18 are only able to access some services. Polish and Spanish Speaking. Appointments Only. No wait times and able to see a therapist within 3-4 days after registration. This center is accessible by public transportation.

Phone: 847-251-7350  |  Website

3545 Lake Ave, Wilmette, IL, United States
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Friend Family Health Center - Cottage Grove

Friend Family Health Center - Cottage Grove

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for uninsured; medical care; health prevention; well child services; immunizations against vaccine-preventable diseases; screening for elevated blood lead levels; communicable diseases and cholesterol; and family planning services. In-Person Youth Reviews: "Staff is really nice and considerate and the place stays clean." and "Very clean, safe neighborhood, different adult & child sections. Soft spoken, respectful. Safe, friendly, non-judgmental, smiled a lot. [For payment, they'll take] cash, credit, talk it over with insurance so it won't appear, no alternatives. Compassionate because they seemed to want to help people." Phone Review: "I felt really comfortable talking to her, she was nice and non-judging." No free services. Accessible by public transit. Youth can speak to a health provider in private, even if accompanied by an adult. Accessible to those with disabilities.

Phone: 773-702-2193  |  Website

800 e W 55th St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Greater West Town Community Development Project

Greater West Town Community Development Project

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly financial and employment assistance location with two main youth education and career development programs: West Town Academy, an alternative high school for students between the ages of 17 and 21 who are not enrolled in a traditional high school or GED program, and wish to return to school and obtain their high school diploma; and Youth Mentoring and Employment Services, a youth workforce development that extends beyond the classroom. The Youth Opportunities Program provides students with capable career and education mentors and employment specialists. Other employment services include job placement and employment. Youth Mentors provide individualized case management, educational, and career guidance services for youth.

Phone: 312-432-9595  |  Website

500 N Sacramento Blvd, Chicago, IL, United States
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Haven Youth and Family Services

Haven Youth and Family Services

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. Adult consent is required and after; youth can attend up to 5 sessions without the presence of an adult. Sliding scale services offered starting at $20. Services by appointment only. There is a short waiting list, no more than a weeks wait. A staff member will respond to your crisis at any time. Teens and their families are invited to call with any problems that arise. Individual, Family or Group sessions offered. This center is accessible by public transportation.

Phone: 847-251-6630  |  24 Hour Hotline: 847-251-6630 |  Website


825 Green Bay Rd, Ste. 200, Highland Park, IL, United States
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Heartland Human Care / Neon Street Programs

Heartland Human Care / Neon Street Programs

Neon Street Dorms is a transitional living program for homeless youth ages 18 to 21. Participants can stay in the residential program for up to 24 months or their 21st birthday. There is also a drop-in center for youth ages 14-21. 12-bed transitional housing program for homeless youth ages 18-21 with laundry and shower facilities, meals and snacks, counseling, referral for medical services, assistance with employment, and transportation. Youth may stay in the transitional housing program for up to two years or until their 21st birthday. Includes transportation to and from work, appointments, and employment assistance.

Eligibility Criteria: Must meet homeless eligibility criteria. Must show proof of age. Must complete a tuberculosis screening. Walk-ins welcome Monday through Friday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Phone: 773-271-6366  |  Website

4822 N Broadway St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Heartland International Health Care Center - Wilson

Heartland International Health Care Center - Wilson

Community-based Health Care. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location. Offers services such as Primary Care, Women's Health, Dental for children under age 4, Pediatrics, and Nutrition. By appointment only.

Phone: 773-506-4283  |  Website

845 West Wilson Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center

Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center - Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ (WAUCC) 

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly and LGBTQIAA-friendly location. Services at this location include drop-in, medical and free HIV/STI testing, and HBHC's GED Program. All services free of charge to youth ages 12-24.

Phone: 773-935-3151  |  Website  |  Facebook

615 W Wellington Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown Health Center - Path Program

Howard Brown Health Center - Path Program

Serves HIV+ adult women, transgender women, children, infants and adolescents (ages 13 -24). Reviewed by ICAH as youth-friendly. Youth under 18 years old can access services without the presence of an adult. Services provided use a sliding scale based on income and insurance help. Walk-ins and appointments are permitted. There are same day appointments and wait times vary depending on the physician. This center is accessible by public transportation, Red Line train and Bus.

Phone: 773-388-8869

4025 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL, United States
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IMAN Health Clinic

IMAN Health Clinic

Serves ages 18+, all services free. Community-based nonprofit; range of direct services; arts in urban communities. Phone Review: "They were nice and answered all the questions, I felt good and like I was treated with respect."

Phone: 773-434-4626 x 207  |  Website

 

2744 West 63rd Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health

Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health

Free condom location; Reproductive Justice leadership training; empowerment and leadership for youth; LGBTQIAA friendly; sex education and peer education services.

Website  |  Accessible through all CTA Lines in South Loop

226 S Wabash Ave, Ste. 900, Chicago, IL, United States
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Komed Holman Health Center

Komed Holman Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income and insurance.  Some services require that youth under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. Same day appointments are available.

Hours: M-Tu, Th-F 8am-5pm    Sat 9am-1pm   W 8am-8:30pm

Phone: 773-268-7600  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Green Line train

4259 S. Berkeley Avenue
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Lakeview Specialty Clinic

Lakeview Specialty Clinic

STI Testing Center including HIV Counseling, HIV Rapid Testing (same day results), STI & HIV Education, and Treatment Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Fees depend on services received but no one is turned away if unable to pay. Patients must be 12 years or older.

Hours: MWF 8 am - 4 pm, Tu & Th 10 am - 6 pm

Phone: 312-744-5507 |  Accessible by the CTA Brown Line train

2861 North Clark Street
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Lincoln Square Medical Center

Lincoln Square Medical Center

Sexual Health, Family Planning & Pediatrics. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. It is unclear if youth under 18 need to be accompanied by an adult. However, parental consent is required to receive birth control. Fees for services depend on service type. For full privacy, our youth reviewer recommends paying out of pocket, although some medical cards and insurance are accepted.

In-Person Review: "Makes me feel comfortable, it even smells good! I feel safe [because] the employees are women at the front desk and of different ethnicity."

Phone: 773-989-3344 |  Accessible by the CTA Brown Line train

2501 W. Lawrence Avenue Unit C
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YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago - Loop

YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago

Early Childhood Services & Racial Justice Activism. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

Phone: 312-762-6600 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Blue Line and Brown Line trains

1 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 1150
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Mercy Family Health Center at Lower West

Mercy Family Health Center at Lower West

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Offers free pregnancy tests. Offers private billing directly to insurance company.Young people can speak with their providers in private, even if accompanied by an adult. This location is not accessible for those with disabilities.

Phone: 312-746-4025  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Pink Line train

1713 S. Ashland Avenue
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Mujeres Latinas en Accion

Mujeres Latinas en Accion

Youth Development Programs, Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Support, & Child Care Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. All programs are bilingual and bicultural.

Phone: 773-890-7676  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Pink Line train

2124 W. 21st Street
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YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago - RISE Children's Center

YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago - RISE Children's Center

Sexual Violence & Support Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Free, confidential supportive services for children and youth from 3 years to 17 years of age.  The YWCA provides counseling using a variety of methods including Art Therapy and Dance Movement, crisis intervention and family violence prevention, and support groups for survivors and non-offending family members in Spanish and English.

Phone: 312.733.2102  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Blue Line train

820 W. Jackson Blvd. Ste. 550
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New Hope Recovery

New Hope Recovery

Substance Abuse Treatment. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Offers services for youth 18 years and older. Walk-ins are permitted but appointments are recommended. Appoints available within 24 hours. This center does not offer free services or sliding scale. Most major insurances are accepted and payment plans are offered. 

Hours: M-Th 8am-9pm, F 8am-4pm, Sat 8am-1pm

Phone: 888-707-4673(HOPE)  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Brown Line trains

2835 N. Sheffield Avenue, Ste. 407
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PCC West Town Family Health Center

PCC West Town Family Health Center

Primary Healthcare, Family Medicine, Maternal & Child Health Services. Reviewed by an ICAH as a youth-friendly location. Provides affordable health services and support to residents of Chicago's West Side and the near western suburbs. PCC accepts all patients regardless of their ability to pay for services and a sliding scale is available. Youth under 18 can receive services without an adult. Review: "When calling, be prepared for long wait times"

Hours:M, Tu, & Th 8:30am-8pm, W & F 8:30-5pm

Phone: 773.292.8300  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA bus lines

1044 N. Mozart Street Suite 100
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Pillars - La Grange

Pillars - La Grange

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by BNSF Metra train

333 S Lagrange Rd, La Grange, IL, United States
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Pillars - Berwyn

Pillars - Berwyn

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by BNSF Metra train

6415 Stanley Avenue, Berwyn, IL, United States
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Pillars - Hickory Hills

Pillars - Hickory Hills

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by Pace Route 385

8020 West 87th Street, Hickory Hills, IL, United States
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Pillars - Fillmore Center

Pillars - Filmore Center

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by BNSF Metra train

6918 Windsor Avenue, Berwyn, IL, United States
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Pillars - Summit

Pillars - Summit

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by CTA Bus #62 Archer

7420 Archer Avenue, Summit, IL, United States
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Pillars - Downer's Grove

Pillars - Downer's Grove

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by BNSF Metra train

1023 Burlington Avenue, Downers Grove, IL, United States
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Pillars - Hodgkins

Pillars - Hodgkins

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by Pace Bus #330

6030 Lenzi Avenue, Hodgkins, IL, United States
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Planned Parenthood - Austin Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Austin Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-287-2020 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA bus lines

5937 W. Chicago Avenue
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Planned Parenthood Loop Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Loop Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly clinic providing medical abortion services and sexual and reproductive health services. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone:  312-592-6700  |  Website |  Accessible by the CTA Blue, Brown, Red, Pink, Green, Orange & Purple Line trains.

18 S. Michigan Avenue, 6th Fl.
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Planned Parenthood Rogers Park Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Rogers Park Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-973-3393 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Red Line train

6353 N. Broadway
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Planned Parenthood Roseland Center

Planned Parenthood - Roseland Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-468-1600 |  Website

11250 S. Halsted Street
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Planned Parenthood Wicker Park Center

Planned Parenthood - Wicker Park Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-252-2240 |  Website

1152 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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RVA Cook County Hospital Satellite

Rape Victim Advocates - Cook County Hospital Satellite

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence, rape, and assault support.

Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline: 1-888-293-2080  |  Website

 

1901 W. Harrison, Ste. 419
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Rebecca K. Crown Youth Center

Rebecca K. Crown Youth Center

This Chicago Youth Center has youth-development specialists; social and life skills development; age-specific programs.

Phone: 773-731-0444  |  Website

7601 S. Phillips Avenue
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Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Free STI testing. Provides primary care for children and women; family planning and pregnanvy services; Immunizations, HIV testing, mammography and more. In-Person Youth Review: "The employees were very nice & willing to talk to youth & they had youth employees. Very youth friendly. Not judgemental." Private billing methods & payment plans are available.

Phone: 312-747-9500

200 East 115th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Roseland Specialty Clinic

Roseland Specialty Clinic

Free STI testing! Roseland Specialty Clinic offers standard STD testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and syphilis, but it also offers rapid oral and rapid blood HIV testing - one of only 17 in the state that offers this service.

Phone: 312-747-9500

200 E. 115th Street
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Sexual Assault Crisis Centers

Sexual Assault Crisis Centers

Sexual assault support and trainings; call for best location.

Call 888-293-2080 in Chicago Metropolitan Area
Call 630-971-3927 in DuPage County
Call 708-748-5672 in the South Suburbs

 

Chicago, IL, United States
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Solid Ground (La Casa Norte)

La Casa Norte

Serves youth ages 16-24 and families confronting homelessness; access to stable housing; and other services. Dinner and programming starts at 5pm; 5 emergency beds set aside for pregnant and parenting youth; Dinner during every drop in. Activities: game night, movie night, job readiness training, health presentations, creative arts, youth-driven discussions, helps get youth connected to housing, employment and counseling. 

Phone: 773-276 4900  |  Website

3533 W North Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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YWCA Metro Chicago South - Parks and Francis Center

YWCA Metro Chicago South - Parks and Francis Center

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Early Childhood Services; Economic Empowerment Services

Phone: 773-955-3100  |  Website

6600 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
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South Austin Public Health Center

South Austin Public Health Center

Health Center & STI Testing: Must be 12 years or older. No one is turned away if they aren't able to pay. Fees depend on treatment. Services provided at the clinics include: Evaluation, testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections & HIV; HIV Counseling; HIV Rapid Testing (same day results); STI & HIV Education; Partner Notification; Treatment Services; Free Condoms; On site lab testing and dispensing of medications; Early Intervention Services for persons living with HIV.

Phone: 312-746-4870

4958 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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YWCA South Suburban Center

YWCA South Suburban Center

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Economic Empowerment Services

Phone: 708-754-0486  |  Website

320 202nd St, Chicago Heights, IL, United States
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Teen Living Programs - SCOPe

Teen Living Programs - SCOPe

Home office address only * Call for more information. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location for ages 13-21. Three housing programs address emergency, intermediate, and long-term needs of youth who are homeless: Bronzeville Youth Shelter (14-17 years old, up to 21 days, Emergency shelter, Need referral by CCBYS); Belfort House (18-21 years old, Transitional housing, Average stay 6 months, longest stay 18 months, there may be a Waitlist); and Clustered and Scattered Site Apartment (CaSSA) Housing (to qualify, youth must graduate from Belfort House or be in Shoulder-to-Shoulder, TLP's after-care program, ages 19 to 23, 24-month program). There's also a Drop-in center with services.

Hotline: 866-803-8336 then Press "0" |  Text: 312-625-1858  |  Website

162 W. Hubbard St. Suite 400 Chicago
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Teen Living Programs - Belfort House

Teen Living Programs - Belfort House

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location for ages 13-21. Three housing programs address emergency, intermediate, and long-term needs of youth who are homeless: Bronzeville Youth Shelter (14-17 years old, up to 21 days, Emergency shelter, Need referral by CCBYS); Belfort House (18-21 years old, Transitional housing, Average stay 6 months, longest stay 18 months, there may be a Waitlist); and Clustered and Scattered Site Apartment (CaSSA) Housing (to qualify, youth must graduate from Belfort House or be in Shoulder-to-Shoulder, TLP's after-care program, ages 19 to 23, 24-month program). There's also a Drop-in center with services.

Hotline: 866-803-8336 then Press "0" |  Text: 312-625-1858  |  Website

3745 S Indiana Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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The Night Ministry

The Night Ministry

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location. Also provides: health care and human connection to those struggling with poverty or homelessness; physical, emotional and social needs while affirming their sense of humanity. Ages 14-19, Special Program for Pregnant and Parenting Teens (8 beds); Can stay up to 120 days, or if 17+, 4 months; Transitional housing program will try and place teens in alternative housing; No official waiting list, accepts children; Overnight youth shelter for age 18-24 that addresses immediate housing needs; 120-Day Interim program offers longer-term, housing and social services for homeless youth; Opens daily at 9 p.m. and closes the next morning at 9 A.M.

Phone: 773-784-9000  |  Website

 

4711 North Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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The Women's Aid Center

The Women's Aid Center

Medical and surgical abortion services.

Phone: 773-725-4232  |  Website

4801 W Peterson AveSuite 609
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Uptown Neighborhood Health Center

Uptown Neighborhood Health Center

Listed by ICAH as a youth-friendly resource. Services eligibility: People must be 12 years or older. No one is turned away if they aren't able to pay. Fees depend on treatment. Services provided at the clinics: Evaluation, testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections & HIV; HIV Counseling; HIV Rapid Testing (same day results); STI & HIV Education; Partner Notification; Treatment Services; Free Condoms; On site lab testing and dispensing of medications; Early Intervention Services for persons living with HIV

Phone: 312-744-1938 

845 West Wilson Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Vida/SIDA Generation L

Vida/SIDA Generation L

Ages 18-24, program led by Gay, Bisexual, and Trans (GBT) Latin@ youth; safer sex education; community-building and identity pride.

Phone: 773-278-6737  |  Website

2703 West Division Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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YWCA West Suburban - Patterson and McDaniel Family Center

YWCA West Suburban - Patterson and McDaniel Family Center

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Early Childhood Services; Economic Empowerment Services

Phone: 630-790-6600  |  Website

55 e North Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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West Town Specialty Clinic

West Town Specialty Clinic

STI Testing Center including HIV Counseling, HIV Rapid Testing (same day results), STI & HIV Education, and Treatment Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Fees depend on services received but no one is turned away if unable to pay. Patients must be 12 years or older.

Phone: 312-742-4092

2418 W. Division Street
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YWCA West/Northwest - Metropolitan Chicago - Logan Square

YWCA West/Northwest - Metropolitan Chicago - Logan Square

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Other Services; Spanish/Bilingual

Phone: 773-862-3100  |  Website

2858 W. Diversey
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YWCA Metropolitan Chicago - Englewood Satellite

YWCA Metropolitan Chicago - Englewood Satellite

Sexual Violence and Support Services

Phone: 773-783-1031  |  Website

641 West 63rd Street, Lower Level #34-35, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Guidance

Youth Guidance

Provides career awareness, job readiness training and placement, financial training, counseling, case management.

Phone: 312-253-4900  |  Website

1 N LaSalle St, Suite 900, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Job Center

Youth Job Center

Free job preparation for youth ages 14-25

Phone: 847-864-5627  |  Website

1114 Church Street, Evanston, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services

Youth Outreach Services

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-446-6244  |  Website

5114 South Elizabeth Street, 3rd floor, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services

Youth Outreach Services

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-777-7112  |  Website

6117 W Cermak Rd, Cicero, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services - Austin

Youth Outreach Services - Austin

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-446-6244  |  Website

5912 West Division Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services - Irving Park

Youth Outreach Services - Irving Park

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-777-6377 |  Website

6417 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services - Melrose Park

Youth Outreach Services - Melrose Park

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-777-7112  |  Website

4419 W North Ave, Melrose Park, IL, United States
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ABC Polk Brothers Youth Center

ABC Polk Brothers Youth Center

Early Childhood Education; School-Age After-School Program; Teen Leadership Development After-School Program; Summer Fun Day Camp

Phone:  773-762-5655 | Website 

3415 West 13th Place, Chicago, IL, United States
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ACCESS Booker Family Health Center
Chronic Conditions, Community Health, Family Health, Immunizations, Mental Health, Pregnancy, Primary Health Care, Social Services, STDs, and Women's Health
654 E 47th St
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ACCESS Cabrini
ob/gyn, pediatrics, and internal medicine
3450 S Archer Ave
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ACCESS Ashland Family Health Center
ob/gyn, pediatrics, and internal medicine
5159 S Ashland Ave
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Access Centro Medico - Little Village
773 542-5203
3700 W 26th St
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ACCESS San Rafael Family Health Center
773-927-3100
3204 W 26th St
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ACCESS Evanston-Rogers Park Family Health Center
773-764-7146
1555 W Howard St
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ACCESS Humboldt Park
773-278-1880
3202 W North Avenue
The table above is listing 100 out of 129 markers (sorted by ID ascending)

Here are some places that offer free services for youth! Scroll down for list of locations.

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ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center: 41.806797, -87.704814
Between Friends: 41.878114, -87.629798
Casa Corazon (La Casa Norte): 41.909687, -87.709522
Care2Prevent: 41.788867, -87.604927
Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic: 41.685523, -87.617655
Roseland Specialty Clinic: 41.685471, -87.617494
South Austin Public Health Center: 41.880458, -87.749965
Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center: 41.828979, -87.626179
Uptown Neighborhood Health Center: 41.965298, -87.652080
Youth Outreach Services: 41.800607, -87.656537
Youth Outreach Services: 41.800607, -87.656537
Youth Outreach Services: 41.850436, -87.777122
Youth Outreach Services - Austin: 41.902135, -87.773571
Youth Outreach Services - Irving Park: 41.952709, -87.787094
Youth Outreach Services - Melrose Park: 41.907861, -87.886795
IMAN Health Clinic: 41.779369, -87.692756
Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation: 41.902649, -87.694653
Centro Nuestro: 41.903103, -87.707785
Centro de Salud y Esperanza: 41.850639, -87.695189
Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic: 41.703471, -87.535475
Chicago Youth Programs: 41.796908, -87.619301
Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center: 41.936234, -87.644884
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ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center

ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income. Private billings and payment plans but the alternative depends heavily on your income. Youth under 18 have to be accompanied by an adult. Pregnant youth or STI services do not have to be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. In-Person Review: "They are very professional and organized... they have many people with different ages."

Phone: 773-254-6044  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Orange Line train

3229 West 47th Place, Chicago, IL, United States
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Between Friends

Between Friends

Free Services: toll-free Crisis Line (800-603-HELP), counseling, court advocacy, prevention & education, healthcare education, teen dating violence prevention program.

773-274-5232 | Website | Accessible by Public Transportation (Red Line)

 

P.O. Box 608548
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Casa Corazon (La Casa Norte)

Casa Corazon (La Casa Norte)

Provides housing and support services for homeless youth and families; ages 16-24. 

Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm

773-276-4900 | Website |  Accessible by public transportation (Bus Lines)

3328 W. North Avenue
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Care2Prevent

Care2Prevent

Drop-In program for LGBTQ and street-based youth on Chicago's South Side offering STI testing, health services, housing, food, clothing, and mental health support.

Hotline: 773-702-5872  |  Website

5837 S Maryland Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Free STI testing. Provides primary care for children and women; family planning and pregnanvy services; Immunizations, HIV testing, mammography and more. In-Person Youth Review: "The employees were very nice & willing to talk to youth & they had youth employees. Very youth friendly. Not judgemental." Private billing methods & payment plans are available.

Phone: 312-747-9500

200 East 115th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Roseland Specialty Clinic

Roseland Specialty Clinic

Free STI testing! Roseland Specialty Clinic offers standard STD testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and syphilis, but it also offers rapid oral and rapid blood HIV testing - one of only 17 in the state that offers this service.

Phone: 312-747-9500

200 E. 115th Street
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South Austin Public Health Center

South Austin Public Health Center

Health Center & STI Testing: Must be 12 years or older. No one is turned away if they aren't able to pay. Fees depend on treatment. Services provided at the clinics include: Evaluation, testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections & HIV; HIV Counseling; HIV Rapid Testing (same day results); STI & HIV Education; Partner Notification; Treatment Services; Free Condoms; On site lab testing and dispensing of medications; Early Intervention Services for persons living with HIV.

Phone: 312-746-4870

4958 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Home office address only * Call for more information. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location for ages 14-24. TLP’s newest program which opened in spring 2013 provides a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental space for vulnerable young adults on Chicago’s south side. A full continuum of services is available under one roof, including housing placement and life skills; employment support and financial literacy; primary health care; mental health and substance use assessment and treatment; and child care.

Hotline: 866-803-8336 then Press "0" |  Text: 312-625-1858  |  Website  |  Accessible by CTA Green Line: 35th-Bronzeville-II

3619 S State St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Uptown Neighborhood Health Center

Uptown Neighborhood Health Center

Listed by ICAH as a youth-friendly resource. Services eligibility: People must be 12 years or older. No one is turned away if they aren't able to pay. Fees depend on treatment. Services provided at the clinics: Evaluation, testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections & HIV; HIV Counseling; HIV Rapid Testing (same day results); STI & HIV Education; Partner Notification; Treatment Services; Free Condoms; On site lab testing and dispensing of medications; Early Intervention Services for persons living with HIV

Phone: 312-744-1938 

845 West Wilson Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services

Youth Outreach Services

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-446-6244  |  Website

5114 South Elizabeth Street, 3rd floor, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services

Youth Outreach Services

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-446-6244  |  Website

5114 South Elizabeth Street, 3rd floor, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services

Youth Outreach Services

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-777-7112  |  Website

6117 W Cermak Rd, Cicero, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services - Austin

Youth Outreach Services - Austin

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-446-6244  |  Website

5912 West Division Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services - Irving Park

Youth Outreach Services - Irving Park

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-777-6377 |  Website

6417 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services - Melrose Park

Youth Outreach Services - Melrose Park

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-777-7112  |  Website

4419 W North Ave, Melrose Park, IL, United States
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IMAN Health Clinic

IMAN Health Clinic

Serves ages 18+, all services free. Community-based nonprofit; range of direct services; arts in urban communities. Phone Review: "They were nice and answered all the questions, I felt good and like I was treated with respect."

Phone: 773-434-4626 x 207  |  Website

 

2744 West 63rd Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation

Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation

Provides youth programming for folks of all genders, as well as free HIV/STI Testing, Comprehensive Risk Counseling Services (CRCS) and a safe and identity-affirming drop-in space. Generation L is a community-level HIV prevention intervention for MSM and transgender (male to female) youth between the ages of 18-24. The program utilizes social events and public performances to convey a prevention message, and is designed to be fun and relevant for queer Latin@ youth. The group members design monthly safer sex campaigns, conducts monthly themed outreach and hosts social events throughout the year.

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2703 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622, United States
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Centro Nuestro

Centro Nuestro

Well-trained youth-development specialists giving individual attention to youth through age-specific programs

773-489-3157 | Website | Accessible by Public Transportation

3222 W. Division Street
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Centro de Salud y Esperanza

Centro de Salud y Esperanza

ICAH Phone Review: Under the age of 18 have access to services regarding mental health and reproductive health. General health concerns have to have consent from a parent or guardian. Services offered are: General Medical Services, Family Planning, Free Pregnancy Testing, STI/HIV Testing (Male might have to get permission), Free Condoms, Some Clothing & Mental Health Services. Spanish Speaking. There is a sliding scale for uninsured patients. Recommend scheduling an appointments ahead of time, there may be same day appointments.

Teen Girls Group: Be Me, Be Healthy: A group that reaches out to girls ages 13-18 to provide a safe space to talk about growing up, being healthy and reaching your goals.

Monday-Wednesday, Friday 8am-7pm, Thursday 12pm-8pm, Saturday 8am-5pm

773-584-6200 | Website | Available by public transportation

2001 S. California Avenue
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Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Accessible primary healthcare that is culturally sensitive, affordable, and responsive to community and individual needs. Reviewed by ICAH: Youth under the age of 18 can access services. This center is accessible by public transportation. Free Pregnancy Testing offered. There is a sliding scale available for services. Recommend scheduling appointments. Average wait times for appointments are 30 minutes. They provide (Behavioral health staff) resources for pregnant and parenting youth such as food, housing, father help, and case management.

Phone: 773-768-5000  |  Website

10536 South Ewing Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Youth Programs

Chicago Youth Programs

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for Free Education, Mentoring, Recreation, Leadership Development, Preventative Health Care, College Prep, Scholarship Support and Career Assistance in Near North/ Cabrini Green, Washington Park, and Uptown. CYP serves inner-city youth that do not have access to social services due to location, poverty, or availability by providing consistent and positive role modeling and programming. All programs are free and CYP provides free transportation to and from programming to ensure access.

Phone: 773-924-0220  |  Website

5350 South Prairie Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center

Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center - Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ (WAUCC) 

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly and LGBTQIAA-friendly location. Services at this location include drop-in, medical and free HIV/STI testing, and HBHC's GED Program. All services free of charge to youth ages 12-24.

Phone: 773-935-3151  |  Website  |  Facebook

615 W Wellington Ave, Chicago, IL, United States

Learn the facts about Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HIV, the best ways to prevent infection, and what to do if you test positive. Many people who have an STI, including HIV, do NOT have signs or symptoms. Getting tested is the only way to know. Scroll down for list of locations.

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ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center: 41.806797, -87.704814
Adolescent Medicine at CORE: 41.874046, -87.677055
Austin Clinic: 41.902296, -87.749257
Komed Holman Health Center: 41.817070, -87.600515
Lakeview Specialty Clinic: 41.934565, -87.646310
Lincoln Square Medical Center: 41.968531, -87.691619
Mercy Family Health Center at Lower West: 41.858451, -87.665926
Planned Parenthood - Austin Health Center: 41.894680, -87.773840
Planned Parenthood Rogers Park Health Center: 41.997767, -87.660504
Planned Parenthood Near North Health Center: 41.904013, -87.633164
Planned Parenthood Loop Health Center: 41.878114, -87.629798
Planned Parenthood - Englewood Health Center: 41.783187, -87.664134
Planned Parenthood Roseland Center: 41.689214, -87.642359
Care2Prevent: 41.788867, -87.604927
Planned Parenthood Wicker Park Center: 41.902516, -87.665622
Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic: 41.685523, -87.617655
Roseland Specialty Clinic: 41.685471, -87.617494
South Austin Public Health Center: 41.880458, -87.749965
Uptown Neighborhood Health Center: 41.965298, -87.652080
Uptown Neighborhood Health Center: 41.965298, -87.652080
West Town Specialty Clinic: 41.903019, -87.687820
Englewood Specialty Clinic: 41.779434, -87.641464
Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation: 41.902649, -87.694653
Centro de Salud y Esperanza: 41.850639, -87.695189
Center on Halsted, Horizons: 41.948877, -87.649801
Cottage View Health Center: 41.806731, -87.606108
Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center: 41.936234, -87.644884
Howard Brown Health Center - Path Program: 41.955191, -87.654163
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ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income. Private billings and payment plans but the alternative depends heavily on your income. Youth under 18 have to be accompanied by an adult. Pregnant youth or STI services do not have to be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. In-Person Review: "They are very professional and organized... they have many people with different ages."

Phone: 773-254-6044  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Orange Line train

3229 West 47th Place, Chicago, IL, United States
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Adolescent Medicine at CORE

Adolescent Medicine at CORE

Clinic for prevention, care, and research of HIV/AIDS & other infectious diseases; medical care, dental care, social & support services, prevention & education programs, & opportunities to participate in research.

Reviewed by phone by ICAH staff.

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm 

Phone: 312-572-4500 | Website

2020 W. Harrison Street
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Austin Clinic

Family planning services, medical services, outreach, violence and assault support and more.

Phone: 312-746-4797

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4909 W. Division Street
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Komed Holman Health Center

Komed Holman Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income and insurance.  Some services require that youth under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. Same day appointments are available.

Hours: M-Tu, Th-F 8am-5pm    Sat 9am-1pm   W 8am-8:30pm

Phone: 773-268-7600  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Green Line train

4259 S. Berkeley Avenue
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Lakeview Specialty Clinic

Lakeview Specialty Clinic

STI Testing Center including HIV Counseling, HIV Rapid Testing (same day results), STI & HIV Education, and Treatment Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Fees depend on services received but no one is turned away if unable to pay. Patients must be 12 years or older.

Hours: MWF 8 am - 4 pm, Tu & Th 10 am - 6 pm

Phone: 312-744-5507 |  Accessible by the CTA Brown Line train

2861 North Clark Street
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Lincoln Square Medical Center

Lincoln Square Medical Center

Sexual Health, Family Planning & Pediatrics. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. It is unclear if youth under 18 need to be accompanied by an adult. However, parental consent is required to receive birth control. Fees for services depend on service type. For full privacy, our youth reviewer recommends paying out of pocket, although some medical cards and insurance are accepted.

In-Person Review: "Makes me feel comfortable, it even smells good! I feel safe [because] the employees are women at the front desk and of different ethnicity."

Phone: 773-989-3344 |  Accessible by the CTA Brown Line train

2501 W. Lawrence Avenue Unit C
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Mercy Family Health Center at Lower West

Mercy Family Health Center at Lower West

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Offers free pregnancy tests. Offers private billing directly to insurance company.Young people can speak with their providers in private, even if accompanied by an adult. This location is not accessible for those with disabilities.

Phone: 312-746-4025  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Pink Line train

1713 S. Ashland Avenue
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Planned Parenthood - Austin Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Austin Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-287-2020 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA bus lines

5937 W. Chicago Avenue
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Planned Parenthood - Rogers Park Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-973-3393 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Red Line train

6353 N. Broadway
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Planned Parenthood Near North Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Near North Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly clinic providing medical and surgical abortion services with on-site counseling. Also a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 312-266-1033 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Red Line trains

1200 N. LaSalle Drive
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Planned Parenthood Loop Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Loop Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly clinic providing medical abortion services and sexual and reproductive health services. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone:  773-434-3700  |  Website |  Accessible by the CTA Blue, Brown, Red, Pink, Green, Orange & Purple Line trains.

18 S. Michigan Avenue, 6th Fl.
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Planned Parenthood - Englewood Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Englewood Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-434-3700  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA bus lines

 

6059 S. Ashland Avenue
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Planned Parenthood Roseland Center

Planned Parenthood - Roseland Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-468-1600 |  Website

11250 S. Halsted Street
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Care2Prevent

Care2Prevent

Drop-In program for LGBTQ and street-based youth on Chicago's South Side offering STI testing, health services, housing, food, clothing, and mental health support.

Hotline: 773-702-5872  |  Website

5837 S Maryland Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Planned Parenthood Wicker Park Center

Planned Parenthood - Wicker Park Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-252-2240 |  Website

1152 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Free STI testing. Provides primary care for children and women; family planning and pregnanvy services; Immunizations, HIV testing, mammography and more. In-Person Youth Review: "The employees were very nice & willing to talk to youth & they had youth employees. Very youth friendly. Not judgemental." Private billing methods & payment plans are available.

Phone: 312-747-9500

200 East 115th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Roseland Specialty Clinic

Roseland Specialty Clinic

Free STI testing! Roseland Specialty Clinic offers standard STD testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, and syphilis, but it also offers rapid oral and rapid blood HIV testing - one of only 17 in the state that offers this service.

Phone: 312-747-9500

200 E. 115th Street
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South Austin Public Health Center

South Austin Public Health Center

Health Center & STI Testing: Must be 12 years or older. No one is turned away if they aren't able to pay. Fees depend on treatment. Services provided at the clinics include: Evaluation, testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections & HIV; HIV Counseling; HIV Rapid Testing (same day results); STI & HIV Education; Partner Notification; Treatment Services; Free Condoms; On site lab testing and dispensing of medications; Early Intervention Services for persons living with HIV.

Phone: 312-746-4870

4958 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Uptown Neighborhood Health Center

Uptown Neighborhood Health Center

Listed by ICAH as a youth-friendly resource. Services eligibility: People must be 12 years or older. No one is turned away if they aren't able to pay. Fees depend on treatment. Services provided at the clinics: Evaluation, testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections & HIV; HIV Counseling; HIV Rapid Testing (same day results); STI & HIV Education; Partner Notification; Treatment Services; Free Condoms; On site lab testing and dispensing of medications; Early Intervention Services for persons living with HIV

Phone: 312-744-1938 

845 West Wilson Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Uptown Neighborhood Health Center

Uptown Neighborhood Health Center

Listed by ICAH as a youth-friendly resource. Services eligibility: People must be 12 years or older. No one is turned away if they aren't able to pay. Fees depend on treatment. Services provided at the clinics: Evaluation, testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections & HIV; HIV Counseling; HIV Rapid Testing (same day results); STI & HIV Education; Partner Notification; Treatment Services; Free Condoms; On site lab testing and dispensing of medications; Early Intervention Services for persons living with HIV

Phone: 312-744-1938 

845 West Wilson Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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West Town Specialty Clinic

West Town Specialty Clinic

STI Testing Center including HIV Counseling, HIV Rapid Testing (same day results), STI & HIV Education, and Treatment Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Fees depend on services received but no one is turned away if unable to pay. Patients must be 12 years or older.

Phone: 312-742-4092

2418 W. Division Street
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Englewood Specialty Clinic

Englewood Specialty Clinic

STI Testing Center including HIV Counseling, HIV Rapid Testing (same day results), STI & HIV Education, and Treatment Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Fees depend on services received but no one is turned away if unable to pay. Patients must be 12 years or older.

Phone: 312-747-8900

641 W. 63rd Street
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Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation

Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation

Provides youth programming for folks of all genders, as well as free HIV/STI Testing, Comprehensive Risk Counseling Services (CRCS) and a safe and identity-affirming drop-in space. Generation L is a community-level HIV prevention intervention for MSM and transgender (male to female) youth between the ages of 18-24. The program utilizes social events and public performances to convey a prevention message, and is designed to be fun and relevant for queer Latin@ youth. The group members design monthly safer sex campaigns, conducts monthly themed outreach and hosts social events throughout the year.

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2703 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622, United States
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Centro de Salud y Esperanza

Centro de Salud y Esperanza

ICAH Phone Review: Under the age of 18 have access to services regarding mental health and reproductive health. General health concerns have to have consent from a parent or guardian. Services offered are: General Medical Services, Family Planning, Free Pregnancy Testing, STI/HIV Testing (Male might have to get permission), Free Condoms, Some Clothing & Mental Health Services. Spanish Speaking. There is a sliding scale for uninsured patients. Recommend scheduling an appointments ahead of time, there may be same day appointments.

Teen Girls Group: Be Me, Be Healthy: A group that reaches out to girls ages 13-18 to provide a safe space to talk about growing up, being healthy and reaching your goals.

Monday-Wednesday, Friday 8am-7pm, Thursday 12pm-8pm, Saturday 8am-5pm

773-584-6200 | Website | Available by public transportation

2001 S. California Avenue
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Center on Halsted, Horizons

Center on Halsted, Horizons

A safe and welcoming environment with programs and services including rapid HIV testing, group therapy, sports, & vocational training. LGBTQIAA friendly. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly STI testing and mental health location. Mental health services are provided on a sliding scale basis. They also accept a number of insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO. Psychotherapy may be free of charge for individuals with low incomes and living with HIV or experiencing relationship violence. 

Phone: 773-472-6469  |  Website

 

3656 North Halsted Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Cottage View Health Center

Cottage View Health Center

Reviewed as a youth-friendly location for STI testing and general health. In-Person Review: "Lobby was pretty clean and the employees have uniforms that you can identify. A lady a the desk that I talked to seemed to be in her early 20's, seemed nice. She didn't talk to me in a condescending tone or throw any judgmental looks at me. It billed or insurance only, and can be private by your request if you say you're a teen patient. She seemed to enjoy talking to me and making sure I understood her, so I feel that shows that she's pretty compassionate. I never felt judged by the workers. Close to public transit. I can speak to a health provider in private, even if I am accompanied by an adult. Accessible to those with disabilities."

Phone: 773-548-1170  |  Website

4829 South Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center

Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center - Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ (WAUCC) 

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly and LGBTQIAA-friendly location. Services at this location include drop-in, medical and free HIV/STI testing, and HBHC's GED Program. All services free of charge to youth ages 12-24.

Phone: 773-935-3151  |  Website  |  Facebook

615 W Wellington Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown Health Center - Path Program

Howard Brown Health Center - Path Program

Serves HIV+ adult women, transgender women, children, infants and adolescents (ages 13 -24). Reviewed by ICAH as youth-friendly. Youth under 18 years old can access services without the presence of an adult. Services provided use a sliding scale based on income and insurance help. Walk-ins and appointments are permitted. There are same day appointments and wait times vary depending on the physician. This center is accessible by public transportation, Red Line train and Bus.

Phone: 773-388-8869

4025 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL, United States

Whether you are thinking about starting a family, want to get a pregnancy test, need an abortion, or are already a parent, here are some information and programs that will help you navigate these important stages in your family life. Scroll down for list of locations.

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Pregnancy, Parenting, & Abortion

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ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center: 41.806797, -87.704814
Abortion Illinois Ltd.: 41.848837, -87.623305
All Women\'s Health Chicago: 41.917849, -87.677823
American Women\'s Health Center: 41.931688, -87.688272
Aunt Martha\'s - Southeast Side Community Health Center: 41.681905, -87.537377
Austin Clinic: 41.902296, -87.749257
Komed Holman Health Center: 41.817070, -87.600515
Mujeres Latinas en Accion: 41.854224, -87.679403
PCC West Town Family Health Center: 41.900626, -87.698419
Planned Parenthood Near North Health Center: 41.904013, -87.633164
Planned Parenthood Roseland Center: 41.689214, -87.642359
Planned Parenthood Wicker Park Center: 41.902516, -87.665622
Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic: 41.685523, -87.617655
Solid Ground (La Casa Norte): 41.909802, -87.715786
Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center: 41.828979, -87.626179
The Women\'s Aid Center: 41.989451, -87.748873
Centro de Salud y Esperanza: 41.850639, -87.695189
Chicago Abortion Fund: 41.910686, -87.638075
Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic: 41.703471, -87.535475
Chicago Women\'s Health Center: 41.944684, -87.653991
Children\'s Home + Aid - Marshfield Child & Family Center: 41.785119, -87.665912
Children\'s Home + Aid - Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child + Family Center: 41.779111, -87.667296
Englewood Health Center of Cook County: 41.768450, -87.653359
Family Planning Associates Medical Group: 41.883174, -87.639744
Family Planning Associates Medical Group (aka Albany Medical Surgical Center): 41.973213, -87.748988
Family Planning Associates Medical Group - Southside: 41.751854, -87.605217
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ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center

ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income. Private billings and payment plans but the alternative depends heavily on your income. Youth under 18 have to be accompanied by an adult. Pregnant youth or STI services do not have to be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. In-Person Review: "They are very professional and organized... they have many people with different ages."

Phone: 773-254-6044  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Orange Line train

3229 West 47th Place, Chicago, IL, United States
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Abortion Illinois Ltd.

Abortion Illinois Ltd.

Medical & surgical abortion services.

312-328-1200  |   Website

2415 S Michigan Ave.
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All Women's Health Chicago

All Women's Health Chicago

Medical and surgical abortion services.

Phone: 773-252-3600 | Website

2000 W Armitage Ave.
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American Women's Health Center

American Women's Health Center

Comprehensive reproductive health services for women of all ages: abortion services, pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, counseling, family planning & complete Gynecological Care.

Phone: 773-772-7726 | Website

2744 N. Western Avenue
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Aunt Martha's - Southeast Side Community Health Center

Aunt Martha's - Southeast Side Community Health Center

Child welfare, Substance abuse treatment and Childcare services; Behavioral health care; Prenatal care.

Phone: 773-646-0480 | Website

 

3528 E. 118th Street
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Austin Clinic

Family planning services, medical services, outreach, violence and assault support and more.

Phone: 312-746-4797

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4909 W. Division Street
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Komed Holman Health Center

Komed Holman Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income and insurance.  Some services require that youth under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. Same day appointments are available.

Hours: M-Tu, Th-F 8am-5pm    Sat 9am-1pm   W 8am-8:30pm

Phone: 773-268-7600  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Green Line train

4259 S. Berkeley Avenue
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Mujeres Latinas en Accion

Mujeres Latinas en Accion

Youth Development Programs, Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Support, & Child Care Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. All programs are bilingual and bicultural.

Phone: 773-890-7676  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Pink Line train

2124 W. 21st Street
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PCC West Town Family Health Center

PCC West Town Family Health Center

Primary Healthcare, Family Medicine, Maternal & Child Health Services. Reviewed by an ICAH as a youth-friendly location. Provides affordable health services and support to residents of Chicago's West Side and the near western suburbs. PCC accepts all patients regardless of their ability to pay for services and a sliding scale is available. Youth under 18 can receive services without an adult. Review: "When calling, be prepared for long wait times"

Hours:M, Tu, & Th 8:30am-8pm, W & F 8:30-5pm

Phone: 773.292.8300  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA bus lines

1044 N. Mozart Street Suite 100
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Planned Parenthood Near North Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Near North Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly clinic providing medical and surgical abortion services with on-site counseling. Also a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 312-266-1033 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Red Line trains

1200 N. LaSalle Drive
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Planned Parenthood Roseland Center

Planned Parenthood - Roseland Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-468-1600 |  Website

11250 S. Halsted Street
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Planned Parenthood Wicker Park Center

Planned Parenthood - Wicker Park Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-252-2240 |  Website

1152 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Free STI testing. Provides primary care for children and women; family planning and pregnancy services; Immunizations, HIV testing, mammography and more. In-Person Youth Review: "The employees were very nice & willing to talk to youth & they had youth employees. Very youth friendly. Not judgemental." Private billing methods & payment plans are available.

Phone: 312-747-9500

200 East 115th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Solid Ground (La Casa Norte)

La Casa Norte

Serves youth ages 16-24 and families confronting homelessness; access to stable housing; and other services. Dinner and programming starts at 5pm; 5 emergency beds set aside for pregnant and parenting youth; Dinner during every drop in. Activities: game night, movie night, job readiness training, health presentations, creative arts, youth-driven discussions, helps get youth connected to housing, employment and counseling. 

Phone: 773-276 4900  |  Website

3533 W North Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Home office address only * Call for more information. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location for ages 14-24. TLP’s newest program which opened in spring 2013 provides a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental space for vulnerable young adults on Chicago’s south side. A full continuum of services is available under one roof, including housing placement and life skills; employment support and financial literacy; primary health care; mental health and substance use assessment and treatment; and child care.

Hotline: 866-803-8336 then Press "0" |  Text: 312-625-1858  |  Website  |  Accessible by CTA Green Line: 35th-Bronzeville-II

3619 S State St, Chicago, IL, United States
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The Women's Aid Center

The Women's Aid Center

Medical and surgical abortion services.

Phone: 773-725-4232  |  Website

4801 W Peterson AveSuite 609
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Centro de Salud y Esperanza

Centro de Salud y Esperanza

ICAH Phone Review: Under the age of 18 have access to services regarding mental health and reproductive health. General health concerns have to have consent from a parent or guardian. Services offered are: General Medical Services, Family Planning, Free Pregnancy Testing, STI/HIV Testing (Male might have to get permission), Free Condoms, Some Clothing & Mental Health Services. Spanish Speaking. There is a sliding scale for uninsured patients. Recommend scheduling an appointments ahead of time, there may be same day appointments.

Teen Girls Group: Be Me, Be Healthy: A group that reaches out to girls ages 13-18 to provide a safe space to talk about growing up, being healthy and reaching your goals.

Monday-Wednesday, Friday 8am-7pm, Thursday 12pm-8pm, Saturday 8am-5pm

773-584-6200 | Website | Available by public transportation

2001 S. California Avenue
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Chicago Abortion Fund

Chicago Abortion Fund

Provides funding for abortion services, no medical services. Calling is recommended.

Phone: 312-663-0336  |  Website

333 W North Ave, Ste. 267, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Accessible primary healthcare that is culturally sensitive, affordable, and responsive to community and individual needs. Reviewed by ICAH: Youth under the age of 18 can access services. This center is accessible by public transportation. Free Pregnancy Testing offered. There is a sliding scale available for services. Recommend scheduling appointments. Average wait times for appointments are 30 minutes. They provide (Behavioral health staff) resources for pregnant and parenting youth such as food, housing, father help, and case management.

Phone: 773-768-5000  |  Website

10536 South Ewing Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Women's Health Center

Chicago Women's Health Center

Affordable, compassionate, and collaborative gynecological and mental health care to women and trans people. Reviewed by ICAH: Evening and weekend appointments are available. This center is accessible by public transportation. A sliding scale is offered for services. Offers resources available for pregnant and parenting youth. Spanish Speaking. 

Phone: 773-935-6126  |  Website

3435 North Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Children's Home + Aid - Marshfield Child & Family Center

Children's Home + Aid - Marshfield Child & Family Center

Reviewed by ICAH as youth-friendly with services including Child & Family Counseling , Clinical Counseling Services, Foster Care, Adolescent Mother's Resource Homes, Excellence Academy, Intact Family Services, Extended Family Support, Parent Support, Subsequent Pregnancy Program, and Youth Services including  Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention and Englewood Community Violence Prevention Program.

Phone: 773-918-8600  |  Website

5958 S Marshfield Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Children's Home + Aid - Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child + Family Center

Children's Home + Aid - Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child + Family Center

Programs serving children and parents including Head Start, Early Head Start, Child Care Referral, Computer Literacy, GED Parental Education, Parent Support Services, Job Readiness Training, Raising A Reader, and Subsequent Pregnancy Prevention.

Phone: 773-476-6998  |  Website

1701 W 63rd St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Englewood Health Center of Cook County

Englewood Health Center of Cook County

Reviewed by ICAH as a Youth-Friendly location for family medicine, psychologist, social work, and behavioral health. Phone Review: "I felt the person was very informed and polite. I felt like I would go there..." Website Review: "Says they don't allow walk-ins; website doesn't have enough information about what they offer" They don't do the billing. Free Pregnancy Tests. Close to public transit. Youth under 18 can speak to a health provider in private, even if accompanied by an adult. Accessible to those with disabilities.

Phone: 773-483-5011  |  Website

1135 West 69th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Family Planning Associates Medical Group

Family Planning Associates Medical Group

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly clinic providing medical and surgical abortion services.

Phone: 1-888-222-0936  |  Website

659 West Washington Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Family Planning Associates Medical Group (aka Albany Medical Surgical Center)

Family Planning Associates Medical Group (aka Albany Medical Surgical Center)

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly clinic providing medical and surgical abortion services.

Phone: 773-362-5465  |  Website

5086 North Elston Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Family Planning Associates Medical Group - Southside

Family Planning Associates Medical Group - Southside

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly clinic providing pregnancy tests and ultrasounds.

Phone: 773-362-5507  |  Website

7845 S. Cottage Grove Avenue, Ste. 102

Access professional testing, treatment, and prevention services for illness or injury. This category also includes dental, vision, and hearing services. Scroll down for list of locations.

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Planned Parenthood - Englewood Health Center: 41.783187, -87.664134
Austin Clinic: 41.902296, -87.749257
Beloved Community Family Wellness Center: 41.770031, -87.644397
Komed Holman Health Center: 41.817070, -87.600515
Lincoln Square Medical Center: 41.968531, -87.691619
Mercy Family Health Center at Lower West: 41.858451, -87.665926
PCC West Town Family Health Center: 41.900626, -87.698419
Planned Parenthood - Austin Health Center: 41.894680, -87.773840
Planned Parenthood Rogers Park Health Center: 41.997767, -87.660504
Planned Parenthood Near North Health Center: 41.904013, -87.633164
Planned Parenthood Loop Health Center: 41.878114, -87.629798
Care2Prevent: 41.788867, -87.604927
Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic: 41.685523, -87.617655
Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center: 41.828979, -87.626179
IMAN Health Clinic: 41.779369, -87.692756
Centro de Salud y Esperanza: 41.850639, -87.695189
Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic: 41.703471, -87.535475
Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic: 41.703471, -87.535475
Cottage View Health Center: 41.806731, -87.606108
Englewood Health Center of Cook County: 41.768450, -87.653359
Friend Family Health Center - Cottage Grove: 41.795115, -87.606000
Heartland International Health Care Center - Wilson: 41.965298, -87.652080
Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center: 41.936234, -87.644884
Howard Brown Health Center - Path Program: 41.955191, -87.654163
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Planned Parenthood - Englewood Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Englewood Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-434-3700  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA bus lines

 

6059 S. Ashland Avenue
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Austin Clinic

Family planning services, medical services, outreach, violence and assault support and more.

Phone: 312-746-4797

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4909 W. Division Street
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Beloved Community Family Wellness Center

Healthcare services for people of low-income households. PPO Insurance only. Phone Review: "I felt okay. I didn't feel uncomfortable. The lady didn't sound judgmental... Even though I said no to PPO, she still tried to make the appointment for me."

Phone: 773-651-3629  |  Website

6821 S. Halsted Street
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Komed Holman Health Center

Komed Holman Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income and insurance.  Some services require that youth under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. Same day appointments are available.

Hours: M-Tu, Th-F 8am-5pm    Sat 9am-1pm   W 8am-8:30pm

Phone: 773-268-7600  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Green Line train

4259 S. Berkeley Avenue
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Lincoln Square Medical Center

Lincoln Square Medical Center

Sexual Health, Family Planning & Pediatrics. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. It is unclear if youth under 18 need to be accompanied by an adult. However, parental consent is required to receive birth control. Fees for services depend on service type. For full privacy, our youth reviewer recommends paying out of pocket, although some medical cards and insurance are accepted.

In-Person Review: "Makes me feel comfortable, it even smells good! I feel safe [because] the employees are women at the front desk and of different ethnicity."

Phone: 773-989-3344 |  Accessible by the CTA Brown Line train

2501 W. Lawrence Avenue Unit C
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Mercy Family Health Center at Lower West

Mercy Family Health Center at Lower West

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Offers free pregnancy tests. Offers private billing directly to insurance company.Young people can speak with their providers in private, even if accompanied by an adult. This location is not accessible for those with disabilities.

Phone: 312-746-4025  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Pink Line train

1713 S. Ashland Avenue
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PCC West Town Family Health Center

PCC West Town Family Health Center

Primary Healthcare, Family Medicine, Maternal & Child Health Services. Reviewed by an ICAH as a youth-friendly location. Provides affordable health services and support to residents of Chicago's West Side and the near western suburbs. PCC accepts all patients regardless of their ability to pay for services and a sliding scale is available. Youth under 18 can receive services without an adult. Review: "When calling, be prepared for long wait times"

Hours:M, Tu, & Th 8:30am-8pm, W & F 8:30-5pm

Phone: 773.292.8300  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA bus lines

1044 N. Mozart Street Suite 100
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Planned Parenthood - Austin Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Austin Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-287-2020 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA bus lines

5937 W. Chicago Avenue
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Planned Parenthood Rogers Park Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Rogers Park Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 773-973-3393 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Red Line train

6353 N. Broadway
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Planned Parenthood Near North Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Near North Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly clinic providing medical and surgical abortion services with on-site counseling. Also a youth friendly sexual and reproductive health service location. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone: 312-266-1033 |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Red Line trains

1200 N. LaSalle Drive
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Planned Parenthood Loop Health Center

Planned Parenthood - Loop Health Center

Sexual & Reproductive Health Services. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth friendly clinic providing medical abortion services and sexual and reproductive health services. All Contraception can be prescribed at local Planned Parenthood locations. Accepts Medicaid, Private insurance, and Illinois Pink Card. Sliding scale for those who do not have insurance. There are no walk-in services unless it is an emergency, in which case walk-ins are granted. From Youth Review: "The phone call was brief (2-3 minutes) and was informative. The operator was accurate with the information she provided and went beyond what I expected and provided further information. As a teenager I felt comfortable on the phone with the operator."

Phone:  312-592-6700 |  Website |  Accessible by the CTA Blue, Brown, Red, Pink, Green, Orange & Purple Line trains.

18 S. Michigan Avenue, 6th Fl.
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Care2Prevent

Care2Prevent

Drop-In program for LGBTQ and street-based youth on Chicago's South Side offering STI testing, health services, housing, food, clothing, and mental health support.

Hotline: 773-702-5872  |  Website

5837 S Maryland Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Roseland Neighborhood Health Clinic

Free STI testing. Provides primary care for children and women; family planning and pregnanvy services; Immunizations, HIV testing, mammography and more. In-Person Youth Review: "The employees were very nice & willing to talk to youth & they had youth employees. Very youth friendly. Not judgemental." Private billing methods & payment plans are available.

Phone: 312-747-9500

200 East 115th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Home office address only * Call for more information. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location for ages 14-24. TLP’s newest program which opened in spring 2013 provides a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental space for vulnerable young adults on Chicago’s south side. A full continuum of services is available under one roof, including housing placement and life skills; employment support and financial literacy; primary health care; mental health and substance use assessment and treatment; and child care.

Hotline: 866-803-8336 then Press "0" |  Text: 312-625-1858  |  Website  |  Accessible by CTA Green Line: 35th-Bronzeville-II

3619 S State St, Chicago, IL, United States
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IMAN Health Clinic

IMAN Health Clinic

Serves ages 18+, all services free. Community-based nonprofit; range of direct services; arts in urban communities. Phone Review: "They were nice and answered all the questions, I felt good and like I was treated with respect."

Phone: 773-434-4626 x 207  |  Website

 

2744 West 63rd Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Centro de Salud y Esperanza

Centro de Salud y Esperanza

ICAH Phone Review: Under the age of 18 have access to services regarding mental health and reproductive health. General health concerns have to have consent from a parent or guardian. Services offered are: General Medical Services, Family Planning, Free Pregnancy Testing, STI/HIV Testing (Male might have to get permission), Free Condoms, Some Clothing & Mental Health Services. Spanish Speaking. There is a sliding scale for uninsured patients. Recommend scheduling an appointments ahead of time, there may be same day appointments.

Teen Girls Group: Be Me, Be Healthy: A group that reaches out to girls ages 13-18 to provide a safe space to talk about growing up, being healthy and reaching your goals.

Monday-Wednesday, Friday 8am-7pm, Thursday 12pm-8pm, Saturday 8am-5pm

773-584-6200 | Website | Available by public transportation

2001 S. California Avenue
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Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Accessible primary healthcare that is culturally sensitive, affordable, and responsive to community and individual needs. Reviewed by ICAH: Youth under the age of 18 can access services. This center is accessible by public transportation. Free Pregnancy Testing offered. There is a sliding scale available for services. Recommend scheduling appointments. Average wait times for appointments are 30 minutes. They provide (Behavioral health staff) resources for pregnant and parenting youth such as food, housing, father help, and case management.

Phone: 773-768-5000  |  Website

10536 South Ewing Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Accessible primary healthcare that is culturally sensitive, affordable, and responsive to community and individual needs. Reviewed by ICAH: Youth under the age of 18 can access services. This center is accessible by public transportation. Free Pregnancy Testing offered. There is a sliding scale available for services. Recommend scheduling appointments. Average wait times for appointments are 30 minutes. They provide (Behavioral health staff) resources for pregnant and parenting youth such as food, housing, father help, and case management.

Phone: 773-768-5000  |  Website

10536 South Ewing Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Cottage View Health Center

Cottage View Health Center

Reviewed as a youth-friendly location for STI testing and general health. In-Person Review: "Lobby was pretty clean and the employees have uniforms that you can identify. A lady a the desk that I talked to seemed to be in her early 20's, seemed nice. She didn't talk to me in a condescending tone or throw any judgmental looks at me. It billed or insurance only, and can be private by your request if you say you're a teen patient. She seemed to enjoy talking to me and making sure I understood her, so I feel that shows that she's pretty compassionate. I never felt judged by the workers. Close to public transit. I can speak to a health provider in private, even if I am accompanied by an adult. Accessible to those with disabilities."

Phone: 773-548-1170  |  Website

4829 South Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Englewood Health Center of Cook County

Englewood Health Center of Cook County

Reviewed by ICAH as a Youth-Friendly location for family medicine, psychologist, social work, and behavioral health. Phone Review: "I felt the person was very informed and polite. I felt like I would go there..." Website Review: "Says they don't allow walk-ins; website doesn't have enough information about what they offer" They don't do the billing. Free Pregnancy Tests. Close to public transit. Youth under 18 can speak to a health provider in private, even if accompanied by an adult. Accessible to those with disabilities.

Phone: 773-483-5011  |  Website

1135 West 69th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Friend Family Health Center - Cottage Grove

Friend Family Health Center - Cottage Grove

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for uninsured; medical care; health prevention; well child services; immunizations against vaccine-preventable diseases; screening for elevated blood lead levels; communicable diseases and cholesterol; and family planning services. In-Person Youth Reviews: "Staff is really nice and considerate and the place stays clean." and "Very clean, safe neighborhood, different adult & child sections. Soft spoken, respectful. Safe, friendly, non-judgmental, smiled a lot. [For payment, they'll take] cash, credit, talk it over with insurance so it won't appear, no alternatives. Compassionate because they seemed to want to help people." Phone Review: "I felt really comfortable talking to her, she was nice and non-judging." No free services. Accessible by public transit. Youth can speak to a health provider in private, even if accompanied by an adult. Accessible to those with disabilities.

Phone: 773-702-2193  |  Website

800 e W 55th St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Heartland International Health Care Center - Wilson

Heartland International Health Care Center - Wilson

Community-based Health Care. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location. Offers services such as Primary Care, Women's Health, Dental for children under age 4, Pediatrics, and Nutrition. By appointment only.

Phone: 773-506-4283  |  Website

845 West Wilson Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center

Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center - Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ (WAUCC) 

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly and LGBTQIAA-friendly location. Services at this location include drop-in, medical and free HIV/STI testing, and HBHC's GED Program. All services free of charge to youth ages 12-24.

Phone: 773-935-3151  |  Website  |  Facebook

615 W Wellington Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown Health Center - Path Program

Howard Brown Health Center - Path Program

Serves HIV+ adult women, transgender women, children, infants and adolescents (ages 13 -24). Reviewed by ICAH as youth-friendly. Youth under 18 years old can access services without the presence of an adult. Services provided use a sliding scale based on income and insurance help. Walk-ins and appointments are permitted. There are same day appointments and wait times vary depending on the physician. This center is accessible by public transportation, Red Line train and Bus.

Phone: 773-388-8869

4025 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL, United States

Here are some mental health and self care locations that provide preventive, diagnostic and treatment services to help people achieve, maintain and enhance a state of emotional well-being, personal empowerment, and the skills to cope with everyday demands without excessive stress or trauma. Scroll down for list of locations.

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Komed Holman Health Center: 41.817070, -87.600515
Care2Prevent: 41.788867, -87.604927
South Austin Public Health Center: 41.880458, -87.749965
Youth Outreach Services: 41.800607, -87.656537
Youth Outreach Services: 41.850436, -87.777122
Youth Outreach Services - Austin: 41.902135, -87.773571
Youth Outreach Services - Irving Park: 41.952709, -87.787094
Youth Outreach Services - Melrose Park: 41.907861, -87.886795
Centro de Salud y Esperanza: 41.850639, -87.695189
Center on Halsted, Horizons: 41.948877, -87.649801
Center on Halsted, Horizons: 41.948877, -87.649801
Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis: 41.880052, -87.624613
Chicago Women\'s Health Center: 41.944684, -87.653991
Family Service Center: 42.116457, -87.822292
Family Service Center: 42.079353, -87.763957
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Komed Holman Health Center

Komed Holman Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income and insurance.  Some services require that youth under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. Same day appointments are available.

Hours: M-Tu, Th-F 8am-5pm    Sat 9am-1pm   W 8am-8:30pm

Phone: 773-268-7600  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Green Line train

4259 S. Berkeley Avenue
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Care2Prevent

Care2Prevent

Drop-In program for LGBTQ and street-based youth on Chicago's South Side offering STI testing, health services, housing, food, clothing, and mental health support.

Hotline: 773-702-5872  |  Website

5837 S Maryland Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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South Austin Public Health Center

South Austin Public Health Center

Health Center & STI Testing: Must be 12 years or older. No one is turned away if they aren't able to pay. Fees depend on treatment. Services provided at the clinics include: Evaluation, testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections & HIV; HIV Counseling; HIV Rapid Testing (same day results); STI & HIV Education; Partner Notification; Treatment Services; Free Condoms; On site lab testing and dispensing of medications; Early Intervention Services for persons living with HIV.

Phone: 312-746-4870

4958 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services

Youth Outreach Services

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-446-6244  |  Website

5114 South Elizabeth Street, 3rd floor, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services

Youth Outreach Services

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-777-7112  |  Website

6117 W Cermak Rd, Cicero, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services - Austin

Youth Outreach Services - Austin

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-446-6244  |  Website

5912 West Division Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services - Irving Park

Youth Outreach Services - Irving Park

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-777-6377 |  Website

6417 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Outreach Services - Melrose Park

Youth Outreach Services - Melrose Park

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly mental health service location. All Counseling at this location is FREE, but will accept Medicaid card if you have it. Pre-screening phone interview, then you are matched with a counselor who will contact you to set up a further appointment.

Phone: 773-777-7112  |  Website

4419 W North Ave, Melrose Park, IL, United States
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Centro de Salud y Esperanza

Centro de Salud y Esperanza

ICAH Phone Review: Under the age of 18 have access to services regarding mental health and reproductive health. General health concerns have to have consent from a parent or guardian. Services offered are: General Medical Services, Family Planning, Free Pregnancy Testing, STI/HIV Testing (Male might have to get permission), Free Condoms, Some Clothing & Mental Health Services. Spanish Speaking. There is a sliding scale for uninsured patients. Recommend scheduling an appointments ahead of time, there may be same day appointments.

Teen Girls Group: Be Me, Be Healthy: A group that reaches out to girls ages 13-18 to provide a safe space to talk about growing up, being healthy and reaching your goals.

Monday-Wednesday, Friday 8am-7pm, Thursday 12pm-8pm, Saturday 8am-5pm

773-584-6200 | Website | Available by public transportation

2001 S. California Avenue
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Center on Halsted, Horizons

Center on Halsted, Horizons

A safe and welcoming environment with programs and services including rapid HIV testing, group therapy, sports, & vocational training. LGBTQIAA friendly. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly STI testing and mental health location. Mental health services are provided on a sliding scale basis. They also accept a number of insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO. Psychotherapy may be free of charge for individuals with low incomes and living with HIV or experiencing relationship violence. 

Phone: 773-472-6469  |  Website

 

3656 North Halsted Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Center on Halsted, Horizons

Center on Halsted, Horizons

A safe and welcoming environment with programs and services including rapid HIV testing, group therapy, sports, & vocational training. LGBTQIAA friendly. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly STI testing and mental health location. Mental health services are provided on a sliding scale basis. They also accept a number of insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO. Psychotherapy may be free of charge for individuals with low incomes and living with HIV or experiencing relationship violence. 

Phone: 773-472-6469  |  Website

 

3656 North Halsted Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis

Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis

Professional training; Treatment for children & adults at reduced fees for underserved communities. Reviewed by ICAH: Services offered for youth under the age of 18. This center is accessible by public transportation. There is a sliding scale based on income. No walk-ins are permitted. 

Phone: 312-922-7474  |  Website

122 S Michigan Ave, Suite 1301, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Women's Health Center

Chicago Women's Health Center

Affordable, compassionate, and collaborative gynecological and mental health care to women and trans people. Reviewed by ICAH: Evening and weekend appointments are available. This center is accessible by public transportation. A sliding scale is offered for services. Offers resources available for pregnant and parenting youth. Spanish Speaking. 

Phone: 773-935-6126  |  Website

3435 North Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Family Service Center

Family Service Center

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for mental health services.
Fees are based on a sliding scale, depending on the client's ability to pay, and can range from $30 to $125 per session. Ability to pay is based on: Annual gross income, number of family members dependent on that income, and extraordinary expenses. Youth under the age of 18 are only able to access some services. Polish and Spanish Speaking. Appointments Only. No wait times and able to see a therapist within 3-4 days after registration. This center is accessible by public transportation.

Phone: 847-251-7350

1830 Techny Road, Northbrook, IL, United States
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Family Service Center

Family Service Center

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for mental health services.
Fees are based on a sliding scale, depending on the client's ability to pay, and can range from $30 to $125 per session. Ability to pay is based on: Annual gross income, number of family members dependent on that income, and extraordinary expenses. Youth under the age of 18 are only able to access some services. Polish and Spanish Speaking. Appointments Only. No wait times and able to see a therapist within 3-4 days after registration. This center is accessible by public transportation.

Phone: 847-251-7350  |  Website

3545 Lake Ave, Wilmette, IL, United States

Treatment, counseling and support for those suffering from addiction as well as information and support for their families and loved ones. Scroll down for list of locations.

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Alternatives: 41.968179, -87.655014
Aunt Martha\'s - Southeast Side Community Health Center: 41.681905, -87.537377
Komed Holman Health Center: 41.817070, -87.600515
New Hope Recovery: 41.933884, -87.653813
Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center: 41.828979, -87.626179
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Alternatives

Alternatives

Multi-cultural youth development agency with leadership & substance abuse focus; violence and assault support. Alternatives' Restorative Justice Program provides training and technical assistance to help Chicago schools implement restorative alternatives to suspension and detention. Alternatives Career and Employment Services (CES) program works intensively with youth from low-income communities to prepare them to enter the workforce. Group workshops enable youth to connect with positive peers and develop key job preparation skills.

Phone: 773-506-7474  |  Website 

4730 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL, United States
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Aunt Martha's - Southeast Side Community Health Center

Aunt Martha's - Southeast Side Community Health Center

Child welfare, Substance abuse treatment and Childcare services; Behavioral health care; Prenatal care.

Phone: 773-646-0480 | Website

3528 E. 118th Street
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Komed Holman Health Center

Komed Holman Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income and insurance.  Some services require that youth under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. Same day appointments are available.

Hours: M-Tu, Th-F 8am-5pm    Sat 9am-1pm   W 8am-8:30pm

Phone: 773-268-7600  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Green Line train

4259 S. Berkeley Avenue
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New Hope Recovery

New Hope Recovery

Substance Abuse Treatment. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Offers services for youth 18 years and older. Walk-ins are permitted but appointments are recommended. Appoints available within 24 hours. This center does not offer free services or sliding scale. Most major insurances are accepted and payment plans are offered. 

Hours: M-Th 8am-9pm, F 8am-4pm, Sat 8am-1pm

Phone: 888-707-4673(HOPE)  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Brown Line trains

2835 N. Sheffield Avenue, Ste. 407
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Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Home office address only * Call for more information. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location for ages 14-24. TLP’s newest program which opened in spring 2013 provides a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental space for vulnerable young adults on Chicago’s south side. A full continuum of services is available under one roof, including housing placement and life skills; employment support and financial literacy; primary health care; mental health and substance use assessment and treatment; and child care.

Hotline: 866-803-8336 then Press "0" |  Text: 312-625-1858  |  Website  |  Accessible by CTA Green Line: 35th-Bronzeville-II

3619 S State St, Chicago, IL, United States

Help with obtaining basic necessities including temporary shelter, long term housing, meals, food pantries, and clothing. Scroll down for list of locations.

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Food Housing Shelter

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Casa Corazon (La Casa Norte): 41.909687, -87.709522
All Chicago - Making Homelessness History: 41.882889, -87.644524
Care2Prevent: 41.788867, -87.604927
Solid Ground (La Casa Norte): 41.909802, -87.715786
Teen Living Programs - SCOPe: 41.890198, -87.633682
Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center: 41.828979, -87.626179
Teen Living Programs - Belfort House: 41.825914, -87.621623
The Night Ministry: 41.967659, -87.673661
Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic: 41.703471, -87.535475
Heartland Human Care / Neon Street Programs: 41.969678, -87.659717
Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center: 41.936234, -87.644884
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Casa Corazon (La Casa Norte)

Casa Corazon (La Casa Norte)

Provides housing and support services for homeless youth and families; ages 16-24. 

Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm

773-276-4900 | Website |  Accessible by public transportation (Bus Lines)

3328 W. North Avenue
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All Chicago - Making Homelessness History

All Chicago is connected to a variety of community resources through pillar entities – Emergency Fund, Chicago Alliance, and The Learning Center.

Phone:  773-283-4141  |  Website  

651 W Washington St, Ste 504, Chicago, IL, United States
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Care2Prevent

Care2Prevent

Drop-In program for LGBTQ and street-based youth on Chicago's South Side offering STI testing, health services, housing, food, clothing, and mental health support.

Hotline: 773-702-5872  |  Website

5837 S Maryland Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Solid Ground (La Casa Norte)

La Casa Norte

Serves youth ages 16-24 and families confronting homelessness; access to stable housing; and other services. Dinner and programming starts at 5pm; 5 emergency beds set aside for pregnant and parenting youth; Dinner during every drop in. Activities: game night, movie night, job readiness training, health presentations, creative arts, youth-driven discussions, helps get youth connected to housing, employment and counseling. 

Phone: 773-276 4900  |  Website

3533 W North Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Teen Living Programs - SCOPe

Teen Living Programs - SCOPe

Home office address only * Call for more information. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location for ages 13-21. Three housing programs address emergency, intermediate, and long-term needs of youth who are homeless: Bronzeville Youth Shelter (14-17 years old, up to 21 days, Emergency shelter, Need referral by CCBYS); Belfort House (18-21 years old, Transitional housing, Average stay 6 months, longest stay 18 months, there may be a Waitlist); and Clustered and Scattered Site Apartment (CaSSA) Housing (to qualify, youth must graduate from Belfort House or be in Shoulder-to-Shoulder, TLP's after-care program, ages 19 to 23, 24-month program). There's also a Drop-in center with services.

Hotline: 866-803-8336 then Press "0" |  Text: 312-625-1858  |  Website

162 W. Hubbard St. Suite 400 Chicago
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Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Teen Living Programs - Drop-In Center

Home office address only * Call for more information. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location for ages 14-24. TLP’s newest program which opened in spring 2013 provides a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental space for vulnerable young adults on Chicago’s south side. A full continuum of services is available under one roof, including housing placement and life skills; employment support and financial literacy; primary health care; mental health and substance use assessment and treatment; and child care.

Hotline: 866-803-8336 then Press "0" |  Text: 312-625-1858  |  Website  |  Accessible by CTA Green Line: 35th-Bronzeville-II

3619 S State St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Teen Living Programs - Belfort House

Teen Living Programs - Belfort House

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location for ages 13-21. Three housing programs address emergency, intermediate, and long-term needs of youth who are homeless: Bronzeville Youth Shelter (14-17 years old, up to 21 days, Emergency shelter, Need referral by CCBYS); Belfort House (18-21 years old, Transitional housing, Average stay 6 months, longest stay 18 months, there may be a Waitlist); and Clustered and Scattered Site Apartment (CaSSA) Housing (to qualify, youth must graduate from Belfort House or be in Shoulder-to-Shoulder, TLP's after-care program, ages 19 to 23, 24-month program). There's also a Drop-in center with services.

Hotline: 866-803-8336 then Press "0" |  Text: 312-625-1858  |  Website

3745 S Indiana Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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The Night Ministry

The Night Ministry

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly housing location. Also provides: health care and human connection to those struggling with poverty or homelessness; physical, emotional and social needs while affirming their sense of humanity. Ages 14-19, Special Program for Pregnant and Parenting Teens (8 beds); Can stay up to 120 days, or if 17+, 4 months; Transitional housing program will try and place teens in alternative housing; No official waiting list, accepts children; Overnight youth shelter for age 18-24 that addresses immediate housing needs; 120-Day Interim program offers longer-term, housing and social services for homeless youth; Opens daily at 9 p.m. and closes the next morning at 9 A.M.

Phone: 773-784-9000  |  Website

 

4711 North Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Chicago Family Health Center - Eastside Clinic

Accessible primary healthcare that is culturally sensitive, affordable, and responsive to community and individual needs. Reviewed by ICAH: Youth under the age of 18 can access services. This center is accessible by public transportation. Free Pregnancy Testing offered. There is a sliding scale available for services. Recommend scheduling appointments. Average wait times for appointments are 30 minutes. They provide (Behavioral health staff) resources for pregnant and parenting youth such as food, housing, father help, and case management.

Phone: 773-768-5000  |  Website

10536 South Ewing Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Heartland Human Care / Neon Street Programs

Heartland Human Care / Neon Street Programs

Neon Street Dorms is a transitional living program for homeless youth ages 18 to 21. Participants can stay in the residential program for up to 24 months or their 21st birthday. There is also a drop-in center for youth ages 14-21. 12-bed transitional housing program for homeless youth ages 18-21 with laundry and shower facilities, meals and snacks, counseling, referral for medical services, assistance with employment, and transportation. Youth may stay in the transitional housing program for up to two years or until their 21st birthday. Includes transportation to and from work, appointments, and employment assistance.

Eligibility Criteria: Must meet homeless eligibility criteria. Must show proof of age. Must complete a tuberculosis screening. Walk-ins welcome Monday through Friday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Phone: 773-271-6366  |  Website

4822 N Broadway St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center

Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center - Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ (WAUCC) 

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly and LGBTQIAA-friendly location. Services at this location include drop-in, medical and free HIV/STI testing, and HBHC's GED Program. All services free of charge to youth ages 12-24.

Phone: 773-935-3151  |  Website  |  Facebook

615 W Wellington Ave, Chicago, IL, United States

For help with sexual assault and violence services, including crisis hotlines, safety planning, legal remedies, counseling, and shelter. Scroll down for list of locations.

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Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence

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Austin Clinic: 41.902296, -87.749257
Komed Holman Health Center: 41.817070, -87.600515
Mujeres Latinas en Accion: 41.854224, -87.679403
YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago - RISE Children\'s Center: 41.878311, -87.648055
Between Friends: 41.878114, -87.629798
Pillars - La Grange: 41.807464, -87.869354
Pillars - Berwyn: 41.835887, -87.783774
Pillars - Hickory Hills: 41.733546, -87.819592
Pillars - Fillmore Center: 41.832253, -87.796125
Pillars - Summit: 41.792031, -87.807285
Pillars - Downer\'s Grove: 41.795065, -88.010395
Pillars - Hodgkins: 41.781222, -87.857276
RVA Cook County Hospital Satellite: 41.873813, -87.674210
Sexual Assault Crisis Centers: 41.878114, -87.629798
YWCA Metro Chicago South - Parks and Francis Center: 41.774736, -87.606204
YWCA South Suburban Center: 41.521618, -87.656259
YWCA West Suburban - Patterson and McDaniel Family Center: 41.911225, -87.627218
YWCA West/Northwest - Metropolitan Chicago - Logan Square: 41.932345, -87.699886
YWCA Metropolitan Chicago - Englewood Satellite: 41.779441, -87.641536
Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women\'s Network: 41.886597, -87.627654
Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline: 41.885537, -87.624987
Domestic Violence Helpline: 41.878114, -87.629798
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Austin Clinic

Family planning services, medical services, outreach, violence and assault support and more.

Phone: 312-746-4797

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4909 W. Division Street
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Komed Holman Health Center

Komed Holman Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income and insurance.  Some services require that youth under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. Same day appointments are available.

Hours: M-Tu, Th-F 8am-5pm    Sat 9am-1pm   W 8am-8:30pm

Phone: 773-268-7600  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Green Line train

4259 S. Berkeley Avenue
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Mujeres Latinas en Accion

Mujeres Latinas en Accion

Youth Development Programs, Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Support, & Child Care Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. All programs are bilingual and bicultural.

Phone: 773-890-7676  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Pink Line train

2124 W. 21st Street
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YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago - RISE Children's Center

YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago - RISE Children's Center

Sexual Violence & Support Services. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. Free, confidential supportive services for children and youth from 3 years to 17 years of age.  The YWCA provides counseling using a variety of methods including Art Therapy and Dance Movement, crisis intervention and family violence prevention, and support groups for survivors and non-offending family members in Spanish and English.

Phone: 312.733.2102  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Blue Line train

820 W. Jackson Blvd. Ste. 550
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Between Friends

Between Friends

Free Services: toll-free Crisis Line (800-603-HELP), counseling, court advocacy, prevention & education, healthcare education, teen dating violence prevention program.

773-274-5232 | Website | Accessible by Public Transportation (Red Line)

 

P.O. Box 608548
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Pillars - La Grange

Pillars - La Grange

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by BNSF Metra train

333 S Lagrange Rd, La Grange, IL, United States
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Pillars - Berwyn

Pillars - Berwyn

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by BNSF Metra train

6415 Stanley Avenue, Berwyn, IL, United States
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Pillars - Hickory Hills

Pillars - Hickory Hills

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by Pace Route 385

8020 West 87th Street, Hickory Hills, IL, United States
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Pillars - Fillmore Center

Pillars - Filmore Center

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by BNSF Metra train

6918 Windsor Avenue, Berwyn, IL, United States
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Pillars - Summit

Pillars - Summit

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by CTA Bus #62 Archer

7420 Archer Avenue, Summit, IL, United States
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Pillars - Downer's Grove

Pillars - Downer's Grove

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by BNSF Metra train

1023 Burlington Avenue, Downers Grove, IL, United States
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Pillars - Hodgkins

Pillars - Hodgkins

Domestic Violence & Assault Support. Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, shelter (Constance Morris House), counseling, and legal advocacy. Sexual Violence Services provides a 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention; counseling; legal advocacy; and medical advocacy to help individuals and families whose victimization includes child sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.

24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline:  708.485.5254
24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:  708.482.9600

Phone: 708-745-5277 (708.PILLARS)  |  Website  |  Accessible by Pace Bus #330

6030 Lenzi Avenue, Hodgkins, IL, United States
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RVA Cook County Hospital Satellite

Rape Victim Advocates - Cook County Hospital Satellite

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence, rape, and assault support.

Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline: 1-888-293-2080  |  Website

 

1901 W. Harrison, Ste. 419
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Sexual Assault Crisis Centers

Sexual Assault Crisis Centers

Sexual assault support and trainings; call for best location.

Call 888-293-2080 in Chicago Metropolitan Area
Call 630-971-3927 in DuPage County
Call 708-748-5672 in the South Suburbs

 

Chicago, IL, United States
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YWCA Metro Chicago South - Parks and Francis Center

YWCA Metro Chicago South - Parks and Francis Center

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Early Childhood Services; Economic Empowerment Services

Phone: 773-955-3100  |  Website

6600 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
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YWCA South Suburban Center

YWCA South Suburban Center

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Economic Empowerment Services

Phone: 708-754-0486  |  Website

320 202nd St, Chicago Heights, IL, United States
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YWCA West Suburban - Patterson and McDaniel Family Center

YWCA West Suburban - Patterson and McDaniel Family Center

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Early Childhood Services; Economic Empowerment Services

Phone: 630-790-6600  |  Website

55 e North Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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YWCA West/Northwest - Metropolitan Chicago - Logan Square

YWCA West/Northwest - Metropolitan Chicago - Logan Square

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Other Services; Spanish/Bilingual

Phone: 773-862-3100  |  Website

2858 W. Diversey
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YWCA Metropolitan Chicago - Englewood Satellite

YWCA Metropolitan Chicago - Englewood Satellite

Sexual Violence and Support Services

Phone: 773-783-1031  |  Website

641 West 63rd Street, Lower Level #34-35, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women's Network

Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women's Network

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for violence and assault support. For crisis support, call the State of Illinois Confidential 24 Hour Hotline: 877-863-6338

1 E Wacker Dr, Suite 1630, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline

Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline

Phone Number Only. Not for on-site visits. Call: 888-293-2080

180 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 600, Chicago
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Domestic Violence Helpline

Domestic Violence Helpline

Confidential, multilingual, referrals to resources in Chicago including counseling, legal and shelter services; hotline only, no location visits

Phone: 1-877-863-6338
TTY: 1-877-863-6339

For help with finding a job, succeeding in school, case management, tutoring, and feeling confidant about your path in life. Scroll down for list of locations.

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Youth Service Project, Inc.: 41.910243, -87.725518
Alternatives: 41.968179, -87.655014
ABC Polk Brothers Youth Center: 41.863823, -87.711139
Better Boys Foundation: 41.860187, -87.725335
All Chicago - Making Homelessness History: 41.882889, -87.644524
Rebecca K. Crown Youth Center: 41.757021, -87.564760
YWCA Metro Chicago South - Parks and Francis Center: 41.774736, -87.606204
YWCA South Suburban Center: 41.521618, -87.656259
YWCA West Suburban - Patterson and McDaniel Family Center: 41.911225, -87.627218
Youth Job Center: 42.048230, -87.687616
Youth Guidance: 41.882336, -87.631997
ABC Polk Brothers Youth Center: 41.863823, -87.711139
Centro Nuestro: 41.903103, -87.707785
Chicago Youth Centers: 41.878897, -87.626390
Chicago Youth Programs: 41.796908, -87.619301
Children\'s Home + Aid - Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child + Family Center: 41.779111, -87.667296
Elliott Donnelley Youth Center: 41.822422, -87.622921
Greater West Town Community Development Project: 41.890597, -87.702801
Heartland Human Care / Neon Street Programs: 41.969678, -87.659717
Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center: 41.936234, -87.644884
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Youth Service Project, Inc.

Youth development, community building -- Works with youth by cultivating relationships through safe, supportive, and creative programming to maximize their strengths and navigate their lives.

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3942 West North Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Alternatives

Alternatives

Multi-cultural youth development agency with leadership & substance abuse focus; violence and assault support. Alternatives' Restorative Justice Program provides training and technical assistance to help Chicago schools implement restorative alternatives to suspension and detention. Alternatives Career and Employment Services (CES) program works intensively with youth from low-income communities to prepare them to enter the workforce. Group workshops enable youth to connect with positive peers and develop key job preparation skills.

Phone: 773-506-7474  |  Website 

4730 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL, United States
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ABC Polk Brothers Youth Center

ABC Polk Brothers Youth Center

Early Childhood Education; School-Age After-School Program; Teen Leadership Development After-School Program; Summer Fun Day Camp

Phone:  773-762-5655 | Website 

3415 W. 13th Place
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Better Boys Foundation

Better Boys Foundation

Serves youth boys and girls ages 5-18 through innovative out-of-school time programming; scholarships; integrated crisis intervention, counseling, case management, & referral services. The services offered are based on the parent's income. Other languages spoken is Russian.

Monday-Friday 8:00am-6:00pm

773-542-7300 | Website | Accessible by train  

1512 S. Pulaski Road
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All Chicago - Making Homelessness History

All Chicago is connected to a variety of community resources through pillar entities – Emergency Fund, Chicago Alliance, and The Learning Center.

Phone:  773-283-4141  |  Website  

651 W Washington St, Ste 504, Chicago, IL, United States
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Rebecca K. Crown Youth Center

Rebecca K. Crown Youth Center

This Chicago Youth Center has youth-development specialists; social and life skills development; age-specific programs.

Phone: 773-731-0444  |  Website

7601 S. Phillips Avenue
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YWCA Metro Chicago South - Parks and Francis Center

YWCA Metro Chicago South - Parks and Francis Center

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Early Childhood Services; Economic Empowerment Services

Phone: 773-955-3100  |  Website

6600 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
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YWCA South Suburban Center

YWCA South Suburban Center

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Economic Empowerment Services

Phone: 708-754-0486  |  Website

320 202nd St, Chicago Heights, IL, United States
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YWCA West Suburban - Patterson and McDaniel Family Center

YWCA West Suburban - Patterson and McDaniel Family Center

Sexual Violence and Support Services; Early Childhood Services; Economic Empowerment Services

Phone: 630-790-6600  |  Website

55 e North Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Youth Job Center

Youth Job Center

Free job preparation for youth ages 14-25

Phone: 847-864-5627  |  Website

1114 Church Street, Evanston, IL, United States
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Youth Guidance

Youth Guidance

Provides career awareness, job readiness training and placement, financial training, counseling, case management.

Phone: 312-253-4900  |  Website

1 N LaSalle St, Suite 900, Chicago, IL, United States
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ABC Polk Brothers Youth Center

ABC Polk Brothers Youth Center

Early Childhood Education; School-Age After-School Program; Teen Leadership Development After-School Program; Summer Fun Day Camp

Phone:  773-762-5655 | Website 

3415 West 13th Place, Chicago, IL, United States
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Centro Nuestro

Centro Nuestro

Well-trained youth-development specialists giving individual attention to youth through age-specific programs

773-489-3157 | Website | Accessible by Public Transportation

3222 W. Division Street
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Chicago Youth Centers

Chicago Youth Centers

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for financial, college readiness, and employment services. CYC's College and Career Readiness program is geared to recruit, help enroll, and support inner-city youth as they follow the path laid out to lead them to post-secondary education and successful careers. This includes: workshops, introduction to college readiness resources, campus visits. In addition, a CYC scholarship program has allowed us to also partner with the Associated Colleges of Illinois, allowing 10 CYC students a year to attend their workshops and campus visits to Chicago colleges.

Phone: 312-913-1700  |  Website

218 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL, United States
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Chicago Youth Programs

Chicago Youth Programs

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for Free Education, Mentoring, Recreation, Leadership Development, Preventative Health Care, College Prep, Scholarship Support and Career Assistance in Near North/ Cabrini Green, Washington Park, and Uptown. CYP serves inner-city youth that do not have access to social services due to location, poverty, or availability by providing consistent and positive role modeling and programming. All programs are free and CYP provides free transportation to and from programming to ensure access.

Phone: 773-924-0220  |  Website

5350 South Prairie Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Children's Home + Aid - Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child + Family Center

Children's Home + Aid - Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child + Family Center

Programs serving children and parents including Head Start, Early Head Start, Child Care Referral, Computer Literacy, GED Parental Education, Parent Support Services, Job Readiness Training, Raising A Reader, and Subsequent Pregnancy Prevention.

Phone: 773-476-6998  |  Website

1701 W 63rd St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Elliott Donnelley Youth Center

Elliott Donnelley Youth Center

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly location for academic achievement and social and life skills development. Special features of this center are the Illinois Tool Works College and Career readiness (CCR) center, a full-size indoor swimming pool, the Art Park recreation area, and the Lou Jones Fitness Park, with a running track. There are also: School-Age After-School Program, Teen Leadership Development After-School Program, Summer Fun Day Camp.

Phone: 773-268-3815  |  Website

3947 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Greater West Town Community Development Project

Greater West Town Community Development Project

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly financial and employment assistance location with two main youth education and career development programs: West Town Academy, an alternative high school for students between the ages of 17 and 21 who are not enrolled in a traditional high school or GED program, and wish to return to school and obtain their high school diploma; and Youth Mentoring and Employment Services, a youth workforce development that extends beyond the classroom. The Youth Opportunities Program provides students with capable career and education mentors and employment specialists. Other employment services include job placement and employment. Youth Mentors provide individualized case management, educational, and career guidance services for youth.

Phone: 312-432-9595  |  Website

500 N Sacramento Blvd, Chicago, IL, United States
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Heartland Human Care / Neon Street Programs

Heartland Human Care / Neon Street Programs

Neon Street Dorms is a transitional living program for homeless youth ages 18 to 21. Participants can stay in the residential program for up to 24 months or their 21st birthday. There is also a drop-in center for youth ages 14-21. 12-bed transitional housing program for homeless youth ages 18-21 with laundry and shower facilities, meals and snacks, counseling, referral for medical services, assistance with employment, and transportation. Youth may stay in the transitional housing program for up to two years or until their 21st birthday. Includes transportation to and from work, appointments, and employment assistance.

Eligibility Criteria: Must meet homeless eligibility criteria. Must show proof of age. Must complete a tuberculosis screening. Walk-ins welcome Monday through Friday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Phone: 773-271-6366  |  Website

4822 N Broadway St, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center

Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center - Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ (WAUCC) 

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly and LGBTQIAA-friendly location. Services at this location include drop-in, medical and free HIV/STI testing, and HBHC's GED Program. All services free of charge to youth ages 12-24.

Phone: 773-935-3151  |  Website  |  Facebook

615 W Wellington Ave, Chicago, IL, United States

Services that provide direct support and are friendly to young people of all sexual identities and gender orientations. Scroll down for list of locations.

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Komed Holman Health Center: 41.817070, -87.600515
Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health: 41.878744, -87.626595
Vida/SIDA Generation L: 41.902649, -87.694653
Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation: 41.902649, -87.694653
Lurie Children\'s Hospital: 41.896468, -87.621550
Chicago Women\'s Health Center: 41.944684, -87.653991
Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center: 41.936234, -87.644884
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Komed Holman Health Center

Komed Holman Health Center

OB/GYN (Women's Health), Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine. Reviewed by an ICAH youth leader as a youth-friendly location. There are free services and/or sliding scale based on income and insurance.  Some services require that youth under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Walk-ins are available; however by appointment is highly suggested. Same day appointments are available.

Hours: M-Tu, Th-F 8am-5pm    Sat 9am-1pm   W 8am-8:30pm

Phone: 773-268-7600  |  Website  |  Accessible by the CTA Green Line train

4259 S. Berkeley Avenue
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Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health

Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health

Free condom location; Reproductive Justice leadership training; empowerment and leadership for youth; LGBTQIAA friendly; sex education and peer education services.

Website  |  Accessible through all CTA Lines in South Loop

226 S Wabash Ave, Ste. 900, Chicago, IL, United States
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Vida/SIDA Generation L

Vida/SIDA Generation L

Ages 18-24, program led by Gay, Bisexual, and Trans (GBT) Latin@ youth; safer sex education; community-building and identity pride.

Phone: 773-278-6737  |  Website

2703 West Division Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation

Amigas Latinas at Astrea Foundation

Provides youth programming for folks of all genders, as well as free HIV/STI Testing, Comprehensive Risk Counseling Services (CRCS) and a safe and identity-affirming drop-in space. Generation L is a community-level HIV prevention intervention for MSM and transgender (male to female) youth between the ages of 18-24. The program utilizes social events and public performances to convey a prevention message, and is designed to be fun and relevant for queer Latin@ youth. The group members design monthly safer sex campaigns, conducts monthly themed outreach and hosts social events throughout the year.

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2703 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622, United States
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Lurie Children's Hospital

Children and Adolescent Gender-Questioning or Transgender Services at Lurie Children's Hospital

At Lurie Children’s Gender and Sex Development Program, you will find warmth, support and exceptional care provided by a diverse team of specialists from disciplines including General Pediatrics, Adolescent Medicine, Endocrinology, Urology, Surgery, Psychiatry and Psychology. Our team operates two programs; each is designated to provide comprehensive, family-centered care. Services for Gender Development for youth and adol​escents for: Children with gender-non conforming behavior, Gender-questioning and transgender youth. Services for Sex Development include care for newborns and children with sex development conditions.

Phone: 773-303-6056 

225 E Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60611, United States
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Chicago Women's Health Center

Chicago Women's Health Center

Affordable, compassionate, and collaborative gynecological and mental health care to women and trans people. Reviewed by ICAH: Evening and weekend appointments are available. This center is accessible by public transportation. A sliding scale is offered for services. Offers resources available for pregnant and parenting youth. Spanish Speaking. 

Phone: 773-935-6126  |  Website

3435 North Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center

Howard Brown / Broadway Youth Center - Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ (WAUCC) 

Reviewed by ICAH as a youth-friendly and LGBTQIAA-friendly location. Services at this location include drop-in, medical and free HIV/STI testing, and HBHC's GED Program. All services free of charge to youth ages 12-24.

Phone: 773-935-3151  |  Website  |  Facebook

615 W Wellington Ave, Chicago, IL, United States