Revive Center for Housing and Healing


About Revive Center for Housing and Healing

ReVive Center for Housing and Healing is a vital piece to the city’s west side, providing community assistance, life skills development and resources for thousands of families and almost a hundred permanent supportive housing clients. ReVive recognizes the importance of keeping the family together, especially during difficult circumstances, and provides programs for children and individual family members in need of assistance while also supporting the family as a whole.

The organization offers 28-unit permanent supportive housing and experienced staff members who understand and respect the condition of addiction and chronic homelessness in Chicago. The addiction treatment program at ReVive is licensed by the State of Illinois offering both basic and intensive outpatient addiction treatment services. Its addiction treatment programs have been recognized as “Best of Chicago” by the U.S. Local Business Association in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.

Clients turn to ReVive for many reasons, but above all, they know that they will be treated with dignity and respect. The experienced staff at ReVive have decades of experience in homeless counseling, work transitions and addiction treatment services. They are committed to helping all individuals and families with a compassion and understanding that people have come to expect from ReVive since 1915.

Current Opportunities at Revive Center for Housing and Healing

ReVive Center for Housing and Healing Ongoing Opportunities

Thrift store assistance sorting, pricing, and stocking donations. Fund raising event planning and implementation for two annual events. Christmas Basket Program registration volunteers (June) and distribution volunteers (December). Child and parent arts and crafts (once per month).

Type: Ongoing Opportunity
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