Help change a life
in your community:

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How you can help

Pillars Community Health is a nonprofit provider of health and social services; the organization is the result of a 2018 merger between Pillars and Community Nurse Health Center. We strive to be a powerful catalyst for change, providing local children and adults with the comprehensive health care and social and educational tools they need to overcome the wide array of challenges they face. The support we receive from generous individuals is key to our ability to continue meeting the emergent needs of our community.

Whether sheltering families from domestic violence, providing restorative dental care, changing the conversation about sexual assault on college campuses, providing access to preschool for families that might not otherwise be able to afford it, counseling individuals recovering from opioid abuse, empowering clients with mental illness, or helping patients manage chronic illnesses—change is possible when we work together. By supporting our mission, you can help sustain these wonderful programs to heal, care for, and educate individuals in need within our community.

Who you can help

Addressing the whole needs of a community takes the combined effort of a community. Find out about how we work with local partners and advocates to provide a comprehensive network of support for our friends, families, and neighbors in need.

Stories of Impact

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Thomas

from Oak Park

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Paul

from Bridgeview, IL

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Fiore & Tracy

from La Grange and Brookfield, IL

Every donation makes a difference

Pillars Community Health is a 501(c)3. All donations are tax-deductible according to the law.

$5,000

provides 5 nights of safe shelter from sexual and domestic violence for 10 individuals at Constance Morris House.

$2,500

provides 50 dental visits to low-income seniors without dental insurance.

$1,000

ensures our 24-hour Crisis Team is able to respond and help stabilize individuals in crisis.

$500

provides required vaccinations for children who don’t qualify for Illinois’ free vaccine program.

$250

provides mental health services for 10 people when they can’t afford their co-pay.

$100

provides 5 nurse visits for diabetic patients.

Attend the Ball

On January 19, 2019, we will be holding our annual gala, The Ball. This is our most significant community outreach effort of the year. Its success is vital to sustain the transformative programs that we provide for our patients and clients, regardless of their ability to pay. If you are interested in attending The Ball or would like to know more about more volunteer and support opportunities, please visit our Ball web page.

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