Hektoen is proud to support the community-based organizations, neighborhood clinics, and other nonprofit agencies working to provide services to Chicago’s most vulnerable populations and improve health citywide. We currently work with organizations of all sizes focused on HIV care and prevention, community and domestic violence, mental health, substance abuse treatment, childhood obesity, early childhood education, and more.
If you have or are seeking government grant funding to support your programs, Hektoen can provide solutions to reduce the administrative burden of these funds. Please call us today to discuss how Hektoen can help.
Here are just a few of our collaborating community partners:
Project VIDA was founded in 1992 to address the urgent needs of racial and ethnic minorities in the Little Village and South Lawndale communities. Initially, the organization provided HIV education through street outreach services to area youth. Now, Project VIDA has expanded its community scope, offering various prevention and health education programs as well as direct services for people infected or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Austin CBC Initiative
The mission of the Austin CBC Initiative is to improve the quality of life for individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS. The purpose of our initiative is to restore hope, improve health, and impart knowledge to those who are otherwise hard to reach in communities of color.
South Suburban HIV/AIDS Regional Clinics (SSHARC)
South Suburban HIV/AIDS Regional Clinics (SSHARC) provides comprehensive healthcare and prevention services to individuals living with, affected by, and at risk for HIV/AIDS in South Suburban Cook County. Since the program’s founding in 2001, Hektoen has served as its fiscal partner and grant administrator.