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News and insights from The Night Ministry community.

For more than a year, The Night Ministry's Street Medicine Program has been welcoming medical residents—physicians who are receiving their post-gradua...
Serving on The Night Ministry's Board of Directors is an extension of the professional life of Bennett Applegate, Jr. Applegate is an attorney whose l...
Millions of Americans have received three rounds of pandemic relief stimulus payments from the federal government. But many individuals experiencing h...
Keith Belton brings unique experience and perspective to The Night Ministry's Street Medicine Team. As a Peer Support Advocate, he has struggled with ...
The killing of Adam Toledo by the Chicago Police is yet another grim and sobering reminder that people of color, in particular youth, are far more lik...
During tax season, it is unsurprising that many residents at STEPS, The Night Ministry's transitional living program for young adults experiencing hom...
By Vignesh Kumar, The Night Ministry's Associate Board On October 22, 2020, The Night Ministry Associate Board adapted to the challenges of the pandem...
Chicago resident Laura Diaz, who grew up in the Little Village neighborhood, is dedicated to giving back to the city in which she has lived all her li...
The Night Ministry is excited to announce that it has been chosen as a nonprofit partner of Treasure & Bond, a Nordstrom Made give-back brand that...
It's been a year since the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared a public health emergency over the coronavirus. And while The Night M...
More adults who have experienced chronic unsheltered homelessness are finding housing because of a partnership between The Night Ministry and the nonp...
What's new and on the horizon at The Night Ministry? Our President & CEO, Paul W. Hamann, sat down with Nieal Marie Ross, Manager of Youth Support...
By Alyssa Cullinan, Night Lights Chair It goes without saying that 2020 was a remarkable year; and like most everyone else,The Night Ministr...
Overall ridership is down because of the pandemic, but for some members of the community, public transit offers more than just a way to commute. Many ...
An ID card is required to obtain housing, employment, or benefits such as Medicaid. But many individuals experiencing homelessness don't have an ID, a...
To better serve Chicagoans experiencing homelessness or poverty, we are modifying the Health Outreach Bus schedule beginning January 1, 2021. After a ...
Mask-wearing continues to be an essential tool in preventing the spread of the coronavirus. That's why The Night Ministry provides face masks to the i...
The coronavirus is making this a holiday season like no other, with so many of us adjusting our plans in order to protect the health and safety of our...

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