Saint Leonard’s House provides interim housing and supportive services for formerly incarcerated men returning to the community from Illinois prisons. Residents are as broadly diverse as the neighborhoods from which they come. Program participants come to Saint Leonard’s House to find a safe environment in which they can develop skills to rebuild their lives and reshape their futures.
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Program Services and Case Management staff members are professionally and personally equipped to serve residents’ needs. Staff members receive ongoing professional development training and education from Adler Community Health Services, as well as from a host of guest instructors. Additionally, substance use services are provided by Healthcare Alternative Systems. Each resident of Saint Leonard’s House is assigned a Case Manager who facilitates the resident’s access to programs and services. Resident Coordinators supervise the living environment around the clock.
From renewing the body and nurturing the mind to reviving the spirit, our programs and services guide men and women through the necessary steps to transform their lives for the better. Time spent in Saint Leonard’s programming often leads to healing, reconciliation with family, and renewed hope for the future. Once again, empowering men to lead whole and productive lives!
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