Help for Adults & Families

Through Individualized Support

Through Access to Food

Through Computer Education & Access


  • Individualized Support

  • Food Pantries

  • Computer Education & Access

Services for Adults & Families

We motivate and empower families and individuals who are on a path to stability and self-sufficiency. We create a support network that meets the myriad of needs of each individual and family. We resolve immediate crises and increase short term stability, reduce isolation and increase social supports, and propel individuals and families to increase their long-term stability.

  • Individualized Support

    Assistance with CEDA/LIHEAP utility applications, public benefits, and employment services. Case management services also available

  • Food Pantries

    Our Client Choice food pantries empower adults and families to select the food that best meets their needs

  • Computer Education & Access

    We offer individual and group computer instruction, as well as open computer access

Outcomes for Adults & Families

Providing supportive services to resolve immediate crises, increase long-term stability, and enhance social supports.

clients were served by Outreach in 2018
pounds of food were distributed in our food pantries
computer classes and open lab sessions offered at Marillac

Individualized Support

Both locations offer assistance with CEDA/LIHEAP utility applications and public benefits. We also help with applications for furnace assistance, home weatherization, and additional utility help when available. For more information on service hours and required documents, contact each location.

Employment services are available, including resume assistance, job search and preparation, and employment clothing. Contact each location for more information on the services offered at that site.

Marillac Social Center (west side): 773-584-3244

St. Vincent de Paul Center (north side): 312-278-4125

St. Vincent de Paul Center offers tailored, 1:1 support to achieve specific goals through case management. Call St. Vincent de Paul Center for more information.

Food Pantries

Marillac St. Vincent is one of the largest food pantry providers in Cook County. We offer Client Choice food pantries at both sites. Our pantries strive to provide access to nutritious food options to promote healthy living.

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Computer Access & Education

Marillac Social Center offers both individual tutoring and group computer classes at our Foglia Family & Youth Center. Our computer assistance covers: desktop basics, mouse skills, typing, e-mail, web browsing, and Microsoft Word, as well as options to pursue more advanced skills. The current five-week Beginner Computer Course meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

The computer lab at Marillac Social Center also provides open computer lab access for anyone who wants to apply for jobs, look for housing, catch up on the news, write a letter, pursue a hobby, and more. Open lab is every Monday and Wednesday from 11 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

For more information about computer education and access at Marillac Social Center, including class schedules and open lab hours, please call Holly at 773-584-4540.

St. Vincent de Paul Center offers individual computer education through our case management program. Call 312-943-6776 x2125 for more information.

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  • Foglia Family & Youth Center
    2859 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60612
  • Marillac Social Center
    212 S. Francisco Ave. Chicago, IL 60612
  • St. Vincent de Paul Center
    2145 N. Halsted St. Chicago, IL 60614