St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store is primarily a thrift and consignment store that offers good quality clothing, furniture, and miscellaneous items are affordable prices. In addition to the thrift store, St. Vincent De Paul also runs a food pantry and provides assistance with rent/utility payments, medical bills, prescription coverage, transportation cost assistance for medical appointments, and job training in the community.
The Chicago Lighthouse is a social service organization serving the blind, visually impaired, disabled and Veteran communities. It provides vision rehabilitation services, education, employment opportunities and assistive technology for people of all ages. Its full-service facilities are located in the Illinois Medical District of Chicago and in suburban Glenview, with satellite clinic facilities located throughout Chicagoland offering vision rehabilitation services.
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North Oakland Caregivers Inc. provides quality at-home healthcare and caregiver services to the Oakland, Genesee, Livingston, and Macomb Counties. Medicare-certified healthcare services include assistance with activities of daily living, nutritional assistance, access to social workers to help with emotional and physical stress, and skilled nursing and therapy services. Caregiver services include personal/hygiene services, transportation services, housekeeping, meal preparation, medication assistance, and more.
Creative Empowerment Opportunities (CEO) is an accredited non-profit human service agency that provides support for individuals with intellectual disabilities, those on the autism spectrum, the physically challenged, and those recovering from mental illness. CEO helps individuals learn daily living skills and vocational skills, as well as skills focusing on other development areas.
The Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living (CIL)'s goal is to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities in the community by offering enrichment opprotunities, learning programs, and advocacy. Some services include but aren't limited to arts and recreational events, career and business mentoring, community advocacy, peer support groups, living services such as life skill workshops and finding care assistance, disability awareness and sensitivity training, and general mentorship programs.