Infant Welfare Society of Chicago

Infant Welfare Society of Chicago
Founded: 1911

Mission: To provide quality primary healthcare services in a single medical facility to medically underserved women and children, enabling them to lead productive and healthy lives.

About the Organization: Founded in 1911 to distribute pasteurized milk to low-income families, the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago today provides community-based quality health care to underserved families in the city. In the belief that access to quality primary care plays a critical role in the development of productive, thriving neighborhoods and communities, the organization co-locates primary medical care, dentistry, optometry, child development, and behavioral health services in a single central location.

Current Programs: The organization's Angel Harvey Family Health Center offers services in a range of areas, including , , , , , and  (which also includes child and adolescent counseling and child development support services). The center employs a sliding fee scale and offers financial assistance to low-income patients who are uninsured or underinsured to help cover the costs of medical, dental, optometry, and behavioral health counseling services. 

Website: Visitors to the Infant Welfare Society can read about the organization's century-long , learn more about the center's  and its healthcare , and/or watch . In addition, the site provides a list of in the areas of child care, education, social services, food services, health care, and housing. Visitors also can learn more about becoming a member of the  or the organization's , and/or make a .

Funding: The Infant Welfare Society of Chicago is funded by foundations and individuals. 

3600 W Fullerton Avenue
Chicago, IL 60647
Phone: (773) 782-2800