Youth and Family Services partners with recently arrived refugee youth and their families, working together towards empowerment and self-sufficiency. We encourage respect for self and heritage, support advocacy for quality education, and foster healthy reintegration into new communities. Refugee Youth and Family Services provides a continuum of services to refugee youth including K-12 Case Management, Family Literacy, Early Childhood Education, After School Substance Abuse Prevention programming and Youth Mentoring. During the summer, the program provides a six week summer program.
|Acronyms / Alternate Names||Refugee Youth & Family Services, Refugee and Immigrant|
|Company||Heartland Human Care Services|
|Division||Pathways to Success|
Youth and Family services offers case management services to act as a liaison between students, families and schools. After school program is focused on life skills and positive youth development, and includes homework assistance. There is a mentoring program pairing youth with adults and a school readiness program for children ages 2-5.
|Languages||English, Spanish, French, Arabic, German, Assyrian, Dutch, Japanese, Kirundi, Portugese, Somali, Swahili, Tigre, Tigrinya, Xhosa, German,|
• Must be refugee, asylee, survivor of human trafficking.
|Referral / Intake|
Contact the program to learn more
|Appointments / Walk-ins|
This program takes appointments. This program does not accept walk-ins.
|Address||4419 N Ravenswood Ave|
Chicago IL 60640
Brown line to Montrose or Montrose #78 bus
Monday – Friday