The Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center is a treatment program devoted to the recovery and healing of individuals, families, and communities affected by torture. The comprehensive model of care includes, but is not limited to: mental health, medical care, case management, and interpretation and translation services. Our treatment approach is based on the key principles of empowerment, community building, and multidisciplinary services. Our staff and network of volunteers provide culturally competent care that enhance the natural resiliency of torture survivors and assists them in rebuilding their lives in Chicago.
No fees for services.
|Applying for Services|
Contact program to arrange an appointment for a screening interview.
|Referral and Intake|
General number 773.381.4070
1331 West Albion Avenue
Rogers Park neighborhood
Near Loyola CTA Red Line stop. Walk one block north on Sheridan Road to Albion Avenue, then two blocks west to 1331 West Albion.
Bus #147 Outer Drive Express or #151 Sheridan to Albion, walk west two blocks to 1331 West Albion.
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Languages spoken by staff: English, Spanish, French, Russian, Khmer
Interpreters are provided in other languages as needed with on-site interpreters in more than 35 different languages and with telephonic interpreters in more than 70 languages.
This program takes appointments.
|Walk Ins Accepted|
This program does not accept walk-ins.