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C4 Wins 2011 SAMHSA Science and Service Award

C4 Wins  2011 SAMHSA Science and Service Award

Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4) has won a SAMSHA 2011 Science and Service Award from the nation’s pre-eminent public health agency for its supportive employment program, which helps adults with severe mental illness find competitive jobs.
 

C4 Wins National Award for Mental Health First Aid

C4 Wins National Award for Mental Health First Aid

Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4) was recently honored as a national finalist in the Mental Health First Aid Best Community Impact Award competition sponsored by the National Council on Behavioral Healthcare.
 

Illinois Mental Health Cuts Part of National Crisis, says NAMI

Illinois Mental Health Cuts Part of National Crisis, says NAMI

State budget cuts have resulted in a “staggering” decline in mental health services, according to a recent report published by the National Alliance on Mental illness (NAMI).

ACT Now to Save Mental Health Funds

ACT Now to Save Mental Health Funds

Since 2009, Illinois has had the third largest cuts in state funding for  mental health.   Governor Quinn's proposed  budget threatens to cut even more funding, eliminating services for thousands of adults, children and youth with serious mental illness.Here's two easy things you can do to help:

Real Men Wear Heels

Real Men Wear Heels

 Thanks to C4's Quetzal Center, some men strutted in stilettos in Chicago this weekend to get the message out that sexual violence is wrong. The third annual "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" march got the attention of not only Cub fans on their way to Wrigley,  but also media. 
 

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