Chicago area’s largest provider of community health care, Access Community Health Network (ACCESS) has 34 health centers, located throughout Chicago, Cook and DuPage counties, and serves as the medical home for more than 180,000 patients each year. ACCESS is a federally-qualified health center (FQHC) organization accredited by The Joint Commission and strives to improve the health and wellness of its communities. ACCESS partners with patients at all points of care, providing high quality, patient-centered health services accessible to all in their own communities.
ACE (The Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless), founded in 1992, offers vocational training to men and women experiencing homelessness to assist them in developing the skills needed to secure full-time employment and achieve their goals of economic self-sufficiency.
Adkins Village Senior Housing offers affordable living for seniors age 62 or older. Adkins Village provides housing facilities and services specially designed to meet the physical, social, and psychological needs of seniors to help promote their health, security, and happiness.
Aequitas Mobility Services (AMS) provides public transportation service in the greater Battle Creek area, with a focus on areas that have historically been disconnected to affordable public transportation. AMS aims to build stronger communities by focusing the majority of its services on alleviating transportation barriers that prevent ability to obtain and retain employment, hinder access to healthcare, and make it difficult for individuals to meet their basic needs.
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