Maryville conducts NARCAN training for District 207 staff
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Maryville conducts NARCAN training for District 207 staff

DES PLAINES, IL- Maryville’s Evening Supervisor Maggie Slowik and Case Coordinator Lashanda Holmes visited Maine Township High School District 207 on February 16 to conduct a NARCAN training. Up to 40 security guards, nurses and athletic and administrative staff from Main East, Main West and Main South High Schools attended the presentation. Slowik and Holmes…

Maryville celebrates Black History Month
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Maryville celebrates Black History Month

Maryville participates in the national celebration of Black History Month with four programs: the Jovenes Adelante Program (Youth Moving Forward), Casa Salama Home, Saint Mary of Celle, and Saint Dominic Savio. The Jovenes Adelante Program kicked off the celebration last week with a video teaching the boys and girls in the program about the lives…

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Overdose Awareness Trainings, 08/31/2022

Trainings were held at Loretto Hospital in the morning and at Des Plaines Public Library in the afternoon. Media coverage at Loretto Hospital: · WFLD-TV – Good Day Chicago at 6 a.m. (Audience: 17,052) – Clip · WFLD-TV – Good Day Chicago at 9 a.m. (Audience: 57,384) – Clip · WFLD-TV – FOX 32 News…

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CAN-TV November 2021 Episode

Watch our November CAN-TV episode with our Amy Kendal, Director of Maryville Crisis Nursery and her special guest, Christie Richardson, Regional Director of Community Relations and Food And Nutrition Services. They discissed the resources and support for families from Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago with a focus on the west side of the…

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CAN-TV featuring Maryville Crisis Nursery

Aired on Monday, September 27, 2021 on CAN-TV 21I In this episode, Maryville Crisis Nursery Director Amy Kendal and Family Advocate Worker Bianka Sifaffy discuss resiliency and tips to help parents and caretakers to help build their abilities to care for themselves and their children. The program also discusses the services of the Maryville Crisis…

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Added Room to Help Children

December 29, 2017 — Ten years after Maryville’s Children’s Healthcare Center accepted its first patient, the site will be expanding services to help more young people make the transition from hospital to home.   Under a state law going into effect January 1, 2018, the center will be allowed to offer 16 beds compared to the…

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Jen School Invites NXG Town Hall Presentation to Des Plaines

Responsibility, respect and ambition were just a few of the topics covered when the Maryville Jen School hosted a Teen Town Hall Meeting on Saturday, March 19, featuring the Next Generation of Leaders (NXG), a community and education-driven outreach program. Founded by music industry executive Michael Mauldin in 2008, NXG was created to engage youth…