Our ongoing work to provide human connection, housing support, and health care to members of our community who are unhoused or experiencing poverty has been featured in the news lately.
The Night Ministry transforming lives of Chicago's homeless by bringing services directly to them.
During the pandemic, unhoused people turned to the CTA for shelter. With housing limited, many remain there.
In The Chicago Tribune, read about the services The Night Ministry brings directly to Chicago's public transit system and how our Substance Use Specialist Yoela Tepper brought an individual back from an overdose.
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