We Hear You

We Hear You

“Younger adults are at a greater risk for experiencing depressive symptoms compared to older Latinos.”
We Hear You

We Hear You

“An official report from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention reported in 2009 that nearly 15% of Hispanic teens had attempted suicide the year before compared to 10% of all city high school girls.”
We Hear You

We Hear You

“Perceived discrimination and depressed emotion are highly linked in Latino adolescents.”
We Hear You

We Hear You

“11% of Hispanic girls across the country admitted a suicide attempt.”

Primary Contact: Victoria Gregor

Address: 2222 N. Kedzie 60647

Servicing Neighborhood: West Town, Hermosa, Logan Square, Humboldt Park

Phone for Appointment: 773-772-1170

Website: www.casacentral.org

Specialty: Early childhood education and care

Language: Spanish

Payment: state child care subsidy; cash or credit card

Additional Info: Casa Central provides a number of different services to the community. Casa Infantil provides child care, Head Start, and early childhood education through a comprehensive service. Parents qualify for child care subsidy from the state for a full day service. Head Start provides the developmental, social-emotional screenings, and refer to CPS or mental health services as needed. Children with special needs are also served by coordinating with CPS for special education and transportation.


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