Call us:

773-517-5108

Find us: 

824 N. Hamlin, Chicago IL 60651

Elijah's House is a

proud partner of

Resilience Partners, nfp

Mail All Correspondence To:

6437 Harrison
Hammond, IN 46324



OUR BRANCHES

OUR HISTORY
 

Elijah's House was established in October, 2003. Our commitment throughout the years, has been devoted to building relationships within Chicago communities by providing character building and life-enhancing programs through youth development for at risk inner city youth.

 

We have program site locations on the west and south side of Chicago including the Austin, West Humboldt Park and Woodlawn communities.  Soon we hope to have programs in Calumet City and Lansing.

 

Elijah's House's programs are a means for youth to redirect their behavior, channel their creativity and help develop job skills. Our programs are designed with youth in mind and act as a deterrent to negative influences that affect teens.  

 

It is important to open up doors of opportunity to provide youth with a wider scope of interests that enabled them to recognize their abilities and talents in ways that help them dream and achieve far more than what they think.   This is why all our programs have become a vehicle that aid youth in developing self confidence, values and morals, moving them towards positive self-expression, creativity, and entrepreneurship and leading positive lives. 

WHAT WE DO

Using our job training and placement expertise along with four of our core apprenticeships, we provide direct job training through hands-on activities that empower and promote positive changes specifically among at risk young people.

Our programs integrate workforce activities from several career fields to empower every student with soft skills such as focusing and listening, team building, positive risk taking, self-esteem and awareness of leadership.

We specialize in Intermediate Sanction/Intervention programming specifically for at risk youth to recidivate; and we help young people achieve work-readiness skills and learn and develop entrepreneurship skills as a vehicle to help them learn marketable STEM skills to be placed in part or full-time jobs.

Program Site:

824 N. Hamlin
Chicago, IL.  60651



ABOUT US