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When NNHSC’s Winfield Moody Health Center arrived on the scene in 1966, our mission was clear. A stone’s throw from the opulent Gold Coast and Northwestern Hospital, Cabrini Green and the blocks that surrounded it were a world apart, with little connection to their residential neighbors to the east and even less to the doctors and health services to whom they were connected. Thirty years later, while the community has changed markedly, not surprisingly, the need remains much the same. Contrary to media reports, as well as popular perception, Cabrini Green has not gone away. Nor have its residents. While long-awaited change has brought new housing to many families and added hundreds of newcomers to the community, thousands of poor individuals and working-poor families remain, as do their health challenges. As it did thirty years ago, Cabrini Green still has high mortality rates from chronic liver disease, cirrhosis and diabetes mellitus and higher than acceptable levels of lead in children’s blood. Added to these traditional problems are new challenges: high rates of reported cases of HIV/AIDS, sexually-transmitted diseases, hepatitis B, cases of tuberculosis, and of course, a level of youth and family violence that remains a fundamental threat to life itself. It is this reality that sets the agenda for Winfield Moody, the provision of a full spectrum of health and social health programs to address the needs of a population. From the youth Education Drop-in Center that has become an institution in the community to a fully equipped internal medicine department, from free blood screenings for adults and immunizations for school children to the area’s best pre-natal outreach program, from pregnancy and violence prevention programs in area schools to sophisticated treatment for chronic medical and psychological problems, Winfield Moody has become the diversified one-stop center that the community depends upon for its well-being. With a new building, state-of-the-art equipment and expert staff that understands health care as a complex set of relationships between ‘body and soul’, Winfield Moody stands as an “anchor” in a sea of change.

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Loretto Hospital serves patients from across the city and several western suburbs. We actively participate in community events and sponsor an assortment of free health screenings and workshops to educate and spread health awareness. Our Advisory Council, Clergy Advisory Council, and Board of Trustees link community leaders with the hospital’s officials to help develop effective community programs and services.Loretto Hospital is a not-for-profit community based organization, which partners with its physicians, employees, and the communities it serves, to provide quality patient centered care and promotes wellness and education.

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Specializes in private practice.(NOTE: \Counseling Center of Lakeview\", mental health agency no longer exists)"

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Federally Qualified Health Center.

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TAKE ACTION has earned the reputation of providing the finest, most comprehensive diagnostic Psychological evaluation, counseling, therapy and training services in the Chicagoland area. Comprised of a multicultural and highly trained staff, TAKE ACTION has earned the trust of individuals and groups throughout Illinois, Iowa and Northwest Indiana. We established our reputation of quality service by means of a complete understanding if cultural, socioeconomic and physical factors affecting all aspects of life and with the dedication and professionalism of our staff and the ability to place the needs of clients ahead of our own. Further, through a total commitment to excellence in all of our affairs, TAKE ACTION meets your needs in a committed and helping manner.

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Formerly known as \Resurrection Behavioral Health-Addiction Services.\""

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