415 S. Kilpatrick Ave.

Chicago, IL 60644

HSI is among the largest human service employers on Chicago’s Westside and operates 39 programs in 15 Westside locations. HSI’s 200+ employees, interns and volunteers serve well over 7,000 people at risk of institutionalization, hospitalization, incarceration and mortality annually; thereby reducing high institutional and emergency room care costs significantly.

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 Crisis Help Line: 833-413-HELP
Wellness Center: 43745-2620

  • Experiencing a tough bout of Depression? 

  • Feeling angry or triggered by things that would not normally cause distress? 

  • Are you having challenges with insomnia or looking for a voice of empathy for a missed loved one in grieving? 

  • Are you a care provider and looking for an ear to listen or services to support the love and empathy that you are providing a family member?

If you have answered yes to any of these questions--clients, family members, and other providers can now engage our highly trained crisis clinicians with our 24 hour round-the-clock crisis intervention services. Our clinicians are also connected with area providers and hospitals to garner resources that can specially tailor to your necessities.


6845 South Western Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60636
Phone: 773-745-2650
Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Friday

This outpatient Community Mental Health Center offers:

Services include:

  • Individual, Group and Family Counseling
  • Case Management Services
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Psychiatric  Evaluation
  • Medication Management


Clara hope House

1049 N. Drake
Chicago, IL 60651

Provides residential housing in a community setting and an array of responsive services for 8 homeless adult mentally ill consumers with or without a co-occurring disorder of substance abuse and will help them achieve their highest level of self efficiency.


Williams Decree House

Leola Spann House
4732 West Ohio
Chicago, IL 60644

 Provides transitional residential and support services to  individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness, who are residents of nursing facilities as they transition to permanent  supportive housing in accordance with the Williams Consent Decree.  These individually based services include a community support team, case management, life skills and counselling.


One of five newly constructed 811 houses for persons with disabilities. These units provide additional housing for this population and allow for placement in both a community based and lesser restrictive environment. The project is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Delores Exum House
3421 West Huron
Chicago, IL 60651

Hazel Phillips House
5027 West Maypole
Chicago, IL 60644


Nola Bright House
4854 West Fulton
Chicago, IL 60644


Robert LeFlore House
4652 W. Jackson
Chicago, IL 60644




Elois McCoy Village Apartments
4650 W. Vanburen
Chicago, IL 60644
Phone: (773) 626-5320


Bedrooms Available: One Bedroom
Property Type: Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment - Elderly
To apply: Visit the management office for the apartment

A sixty unit housing facility for elderly persons, in need of affordable supportive living arrangements. The structure was built on a block square lot across the street from the organization’s main facility at 415 S. Kilpatrick. Funding for this project was obtained from HUD- Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Chicago Department of Housing and the Community Bank of Lawndale.


Emergency Housing

915 N. Massasoit
Chicago, IL 60651

Provides supervised residential homelike environment for persons in crisis situations who suffer psychiatric illness and/or substance abuse. Services are available to persons who are unable to live independently, but do not require hospitalization

Dew Apartments

Enola A. Dew Apartments
4603 W. Gladys
Chicago, IL 60644
Phone: (773) 287-2972

Bedrooms Available: One Bedroom
Property Type: Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment - Elderly
To apply: Visit the management office for the apartment

Enola A. Dew Apartment is a 60-unit apartment complex designed to provide affordable, state of the art senior housing. The addition of this facility will add to the quality of life for the elderly in this community.


4234 W. Potomac
Chicago, IL 60651

Provides supervised residential services for adults that have a mental illness and/or developmental disability. The CILA is designed to meet the needs of the individuals and allow them to explore and achieve personal growth through access to community facilities and programs.

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550 N. Pine
Chicago,IL 60644

A 28 bed recovery home for chemically dependent women who are in the recovery process. Women in this residential program receive individual and group counseling and intensive case management services to develop and implement strategies to meet the objectives of independent and drug-free living. More permanent housing and employment are primary focuses while in the program.


2929 S. Wabash Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60616
Phone: 773-745-2655
Hours: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Monday - Friday

The ARCH Program (ACT Resources for the Chronically Homeless)

The project’s overall goals were to bring about significant expansion of permanent supportive housing, coordination and maximization of mainstream resources, and expansion of evidence-based service strategies to meet the complex needs of personswho experience chronic homelessness.

Housing is provided in both scattered site and clustered unit configurations. The team also works to connect consumers to mainstream resources and services in the community in which they live.

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