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Project HELP

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Women

Location

1815 West Diehl RoadSte 900Naperville, IL 60563 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The mission of Project HELP is to strengthen and support the quality of life for parents and their children.

Description

Project HELP is a non-profit organization established in 1992 by the Exchange Club of Naperville. We provide supportive services for at-risk families through our parent mentor home-visitation program and parent education classes. The heart of Project HELP's program is Parent Mentoring. Parent Mentoring is free and available to parents who live in DuPage County with children under the age of twelve. In this two-year program, professionally trained volunteers provide weekly one-on-one support services in the home to help parents achieve the following goals: improve their understanding of child development, parent more effectively, improve their ability to identify and manage situational stress, improve family communication and strengthen their social support networks.

Reviews

Would you recommend Project HELP?
2 reviews Write a review
by Tommika L. from Auroa, IL (June 11, 2017)
I reached out to them about volunteer opportunities, they took my contact information and said someone would contact me but never heard back.
by Emily C. (January 9, 2016)
Unfortunately, I never heard from them. Next time, I know to follow-up.

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