Make a Gift to a Presence Health Care Program
Today your gift is more important than ever. Through Presence Health Foundation you may help maintain strong Catholic-sponsored health care and senior-residential services in the Chicagoland area.
Please select a program from the box below to find out about the hospitals and programs to which you may designate your gift.
We are pleased to share with you news about Presence Behavioral Health!
Presence Behavioral Health provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient care for a wide range of behavioral and addiction problems. The programs are designed to help individuals and their families find ways to improve their ability to be productive, cope with life's problems and have fulfilling relationships. Our goal is to provide people with new skills to deal with problems, reduce conflicts and live normal daily lives.
If you are considering making a gift to Presence Behavioral Health, here are some areas that could use your support:
Presence Behavioral Health Professionals Program
Paul K. Feldman, M.D.
Help those suffering from addictions. The Presence Behavioral Health Professionals Program will be entering its 30th year. This program is located on the Presence Saint Joseph Hospital campus and is dedicated to treatment of high-accountability professionals with chemical dependency issues.
This program complements other campus services, including Harborview Recovery Center, which features alcohol and drug treatment programs in a residential-type setting.
Gifts to the professionals program will benefit the Paul K. Feldman, M.D. Memorial Scholarship Fund to support individuals who suffer from the disease of addiction and cannot afford treatment, and it will also support much-needed research.
Strengthening Families Program
Strengthening Families Program provides training for parents and children ages 6 to 12 to reduce problem and delinquent behavior in children, improve school performance and reduce teenage chemical dependency.
The 14-week program helps children resist peer pressure, comply with parental rules and better understand their feelings and anger. Their parents are taught how to improve their communication and problem-solving skills and increase desired behaviors in their children.
We welcome the opportunity to talk with you more about your interest in Presence Behavioral Health. For more information about how to support a particular program or service, please call 312-308-1700.
Thank you for your interest in Presence Behavioral Health programs!