After 42 years of Department of Human Services (DHS) Day program services, SCS applied for and received a DHS license to provide residential services (CILA) for adults with developmental disabilities. The Foundation looks forward to partnering with SCS on their new endeavor...Good Luck!
LifeStyles Academy is almost finished with improvements at Peace Memorial Church in Palos Park and plans to serve our first students in November. But, what is LifeStyles Academy? Who is it going to serve? Why is there a need for this Academy? We hope that all of these questions and
Mary Pat Ambrosino Executive Director CSF Mary Pat comes to Community Services Foundation (CSF) after eight years as Executive Director of Southwest Community Services (SCS). SCS is a not-for-profit organization that serves children and adults with disabilities. Her passion for supporting individuals with disabilities started with her role as a nurse in
Community Services Foundation is excited about its future role, not only with our current members, but also with providers throughout the State of Illinois. Our Board members all agree that we have many, many opportunities and will take the time to collect the information, discuss our options, and implement a
Over a decade ago, Community Services Foundation (CSF) introduced the Making A Difference...Making A Match fundraising campaign. This annual event has been incredibly successful at providing the necessary program supports to Charleston Transitional Facility (CTF) and Southwest Community Services (SCS). Your generous contributions were matched by CSF and together our