Community Violence Support Services

If Spanish is your primary language and you have been a victim/witness of violent crime in your community, our Community Violence Support Services can help.

  • Have you experienced a violent crime such as drive-by shooting, sexual assault, domestic violence, physical assault, trafficking, homicide/murder, hate crime, hit and run, etc?
  • Are you feeling unsafe, isolated, depressed or have other unwanted feelings?
  • Are you experiencing difficulty meeting your needs for food, employment, legal services, child care, healthcare, or need help navigating the criminal justice system or talking to police?

Who’s Eligible:

Spanish-Speaking survivors of community violence ages 17 and above who reside in Bremen Township.

Bremen Township includes Oak Forest, Midlothian, Posen, Blue Island, Robbins, Homewood, Orland Park, Tinley Park, Crestwood, Hazel Crest, Markham, Country Club Hills, and Harvey.

Our services:

We offer counseling and case management services to assist and support victims/witnesses of community violence.

Our centers:

South Suburbs – Chicago Heights
Chicago – Roseland

Our partners:

South Suburban Family Shelter
Legal Aid Chicago
Pillars Community Health

Contact for Case Management Services:

312-762-2776

Contact for Counseling Services:

312-762-2732