The Chicago Illinois Firman’s Chicago Family Case Management Program can help pregnant women, newborns and infants. A variety of services are offered for both pre– and post–care and case managers from the organization are available to support you. They can provide short term aid, and work with you on long term stability and goals. Some services are offered for children up to age five.
Assistance is offered for infants up to the age of one and pregnant women. Some of the services offered can help with the following.
Some more material and/or financial assistance may be directly offered, or coordinated, by Firman’s Family Case Management Program. This can include some of the items below.
Firman's Food Pantry helps thousands of women, families, and children every year. It can provide free groceries, food, formula, diapers and clothing during periods of reduced income, unemployment and personal tragedy. Many people are referred to it by the state of Illinois, city and private social service agencies or charities. The Department of Human Services is a partner agency, and Firmans case management will work with them to help infants, pregnant moms and newborns.
The non-profit will distribute special food baskets for Christmas Holidays, Easter, Thanksgiving and holiday meals. Some gifts or clothing may be offered too. The infant Formula Program helps hundreds of children per year. The organization also works closely with the Greater Chicago Food Depository and Chicago Anti-Hunger food banks to aid the needy in the community. The pantry also partners with churches, Firman's Women's Auxiliary program, families and individuals to provide furniture, clothing, and appliances for people in need.
Additional social services and assistance programs at Firman include the following.
To reach a family case manager, call Firman Community Services. The main office is at 4705 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60609. Call the non-profit at (773) 373-3400.
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