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All Locations Closed Monday, June 1

All Pillars Community Health locations will be CLOSED Monday, June 1, 2020, due to protest and looting activity in Chicago and our service area. At this time we have not experienced police activity at any of our buildings but are working to protect the safety of our staff and clients/patients who would otherwise be commuting into areas with protest activity. While our COVID-19 testing sites and Health Centers will be closed for the day, some services will be available via telehealth including some medical services. Behavioral health staff continue to offer virtual visits, and our domestic and sexual violence staff will operate remotely for the day. To inquire about available services or make a telehealth appointment, please call 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277) and follow the prompts.

At Pillars Community Health, we honor and value all people’s lives and care for one another – that is who we are. Safety and protection from violence is among the many pillars that make up our mission. The death of George Floyd is sadly an all too familiar atrocity and adds to the collective pain and suffering already straining our communities, particularly our black and brown colleagues, patients, and clients. We stand together in the quest for systemic change and an end to such brutality and remain focused on treating every person with respect, dignity, and empathy.

Looking for help?

We want to make it easy for you to quickly find care. You only need to dial one phone number: 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277) to gain access to a variety of services. And if we can’t help, we’ll put you in touch with someone who can.

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Yes, You Are Welcome Here.

We proudly represent and serve diverse communities in the western and southwestern suburbs of Chicago. Our caring, compassionate staff sees cultural differences as ASSETS. You are welcome regardless of your language, your race, your sexual orientation, your ability to pay, or any other factor.

New name, new look

Pillars Community Health is a nonprofit provider of health and social services. We are the result of a merger in January 2018 between Pillars and Community Nurse Health Center.

Our Services

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Community Health Center

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Behavioral Health
& Support Services

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Domestic &
Sexual Violence

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Early Childhood
Education

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Prevention/Health
Education and Outreach

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Community Health Center

Photo of a father and son playing together

Early Childhood
Education

Photo of a young man happy he's in therapy

Behavioral Health
& Support Services

Photo of a young woman looking rather distraught

Domestic &
Sexual Violence

Photo of a group of people learning together

Prevention/Health
Education and Outreach

Photo of a pregnant woman holding her belly and smiling

Community Health Center

Photo of a young man happy he's in therapy

Behavioral Health
& Support Services

Photo of a father and son playing together

Early Childhood
Education

Photo of a young woman looking rather distraught

Domestic &
Sexual Violence

Photo of a group of people learning together

Prevention/Health
Education and Outreach

Be a pillar for others

Today our communities—your communities—are facing a variety of issues, from increasing suicide rates, opioid addiction, a rise in households facing diabetes, and more. You can help. Stand strong as pillars on behalf of every person who is reaching for a better future.

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