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For nearly 40 years, the mission of the Primo Center has been to empower families to become productive, responsible and independent members of their community. Holding true to the values of the Primo Center's founder, the late Bishop Quintin Primo Jr., the agency's goal is to create innovative programming for some of Chicago's most vulnerable residents, homeless women and children. The Primo Center invests in resources that are key to addressing homelessness-- housing, which includes 184 units of shelter and 90 units of permanent housing; trauma-informed wraparound mental health services; early childhood services; a violence prevention program for at-risk youth in schools and community centers; and integrated health care, which matches physical health with behavioral health care homes.


Primo Center

6212 South Sangamon Street
Chicago, IL 60621

Keywords: children, health, homeless, housing, mental, shelter, women

Posted in Health, Social Services

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