Women & Families
Administer Justice provides a wide range of services to meet both the immediate and future needs of low-income individuals facing civil matters. Some services are no cost and some may require a small administrative fee. Anyone will qualify for help if their household earns less than 250% of the federal poverty guideline. There are no restrictions to age, race, gender or religious affiliation. Our programs lead to personal empowerment based on Biblical principles.
To find out if you are eligible and to schedule an appointment, click the Schedule An Appointment link below.
Homes of Hope
Encouraging and preparing individuals, couples and families to care for vulnerable children and spread the good news of Jesus in the process.
When crisis strikes, many of us rely on relatives and our church family for support. But for some parents, there isn't a safety net. During such crisis, children are especially at-risk for neglect or abuse as their parents struggle to cope with crushing circumstances and emotions. Since 2005, Safe Families for Children has offered sanctuary to thousands of children through host families, minimizing the risk for abuse or neglect and giving parents the time and tools they need to help their families thrive.
Crisis Pregnancy Centers
Crisis pregnancy centers provide free and confidential support for women who may be experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. Included are pregnancy tests, accurate information on pregnancy-related issues, assistance in finding affordable medical care, adoption, maternity home and prenatal childbirth class referrals, as well as ongoing mentoring and friendly support.
- Fox Valley Pregnancy Center (South Elgin & St. Charles)
- TLC Pregnancy Services (Elgin)
- TLC Pregnancy Services-Donate Items (Elgin)
- We Care Pregnancy Clinic (DeKalb)
- Pregnancy Information Center (Aurora)
Adoption Resource Center
Serving families in our church and community who have an interest in adoption or foster care. They provide resource information about the adoption and foster care processes, guidance through a biblical exploration of God's plan for families related to adoption/foster care and mentoring families that will walk through the process with you.
Lifespring Crisis Shelter
A crisis shelter providing short-term housing and care for at-risk or abused women and their children.
Pay It Forward
Providing low-cost temporary respite and lodging in a comfortable, home-like environment for family members and friends of patients at Kindred Hospital in Sycamore or elsewhere in DeKalb County. Serving opportunities include baking cookies, being a friendly face/greeter, cleaning crew, helping with fundraising, lawn and garden care.
Safe Passage is a safe shelter for women and children who have experienced abuse. Volunteer opportunities include office help such as data entry and filing, helping receive and organize donations, helping with fund raising, and various other serving opportunities.
Providing resettlement assistance for refugees from around the globe, World Relief works with local churches to help immigrants adjust to American life and culture. Volunteers provide basic resettlement needs by hosting refugee families that are in transition (typically one week), providing English tutoring, financial/budget advising, transportation, collecting/organizing household items for refugee's first apartments or joining a group of refugee moms for periodic "Ladies Day Out."
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