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Janes Ave. Facility - Social Services
The following organizations offer services at the Janes Ave. Facility.
Read below for specific programs that are available through each of these agencies free of charge.
Still have questions? Contact Trevor at (630) 719-4709.

School and Tutors On Wheels

School and Tutors on Wheels is a neighborhood based adult English literacy program that empowers low-income adults by teaching them English literacy and valuable life skills. We break the language barrier and set people on the road to a better life through free one-on-one tutoring in suburban DuPage, Cook, and Will counties.

Interested parties can visit the website for more information or to get registered. Additionally, School on Wheels operates at the Janes Ave. Facility on Mondays from 8:30 a.m. through 1:30 p.m. If you are interested in this program, you can drop in during these hours to get registered (it takes about an hour). Any questions can be directed to Debbie Bradt at (708) 609-0945.

Metropolitan Family Services
Metropolitan Family Services offers the Parents as Teachers program on the first Tuesday and Thursday of the month. This program is a partnership between Metropolitan Family Servies and Woodridge School District 68 and provides parent education services to families with children ages birth to 3 years. Through home visits, family nights, play groups, developmental screenings and other services, parents increase self-confidence and competence as their child’s first and most influential teacher, providing a solid foundation for their child’s success in school.

Interested in this program? Contact Mariola Kasper at (630) 784-4825.

College of DuPage

The College of DuPage offers English as a Second Language (ESL) classes in 16-week sessions. These classes run within the calendar year, with classes starting in January.

Students who successfully complete their programs acquire the skills necessary to improve employment opportunities, advance to further education or training, and are more involved in their communities.

Visit the COD website for more information.

People's Resource Center
The PRC Computer Access and Training Program provides free classes in computer skills and software, including Introduction to Computers, Windows Fundamentals, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. PRC’s computer classes are open to DuPage adults. In addition, free refurbished home computers are available for those who take a computer class. 

To take a computer class you will first need to register as a PRC client. Additionally, computer classes require advance registration. Call (630) 682-5402, ext. 223 to register.

Find more information, including class schedules, here.

360 Youth Services
360 Youth Services offers counseling for school-age children, teens, young adults, couples, and families. 360 Youth Services believes that children, families and young adults already have most of the tools they need to lead successful and fulfilling lives. Trained counselors offer support and intervention, teach skills, empower individuals, and help families navigate life’s challenges.

The counseling services are open to all youth between the ages of 10 to 25 and their families. To make counseling accessible for everyone, they work with youth and their families to determine a manageable fee. Families may also use their health insurance for counseling services.

There are limited community based appointments available in Woodridge at the Janes Avenue Facility. For more information, or to schedule a counseling appointment, please contact Kate Moon, Intake Coordinator & Clinical Therapist. at (630) 717-9408 ext. 1180.