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Open Arms Mission

Transitional Housing
Antioch, IL
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1548 South Main Street
Antioch, IL - 60002

(847) 395-0309 Click to call There are 2 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Open Arms Mission

Last-Modified: 2020-11-19 05:48:21

As an organization of the community, mission is to provide daily living necessities while encouraging self sufficiency for individuals and families in need. The commitment is to build a health community, one neighbor at a time.  Hours: Client Service: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 4:30pm to 6:30pm ​ Office: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 8am to 12pm

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: As a holistic community organization, our mission is to provide daily living necessities while encouraging self-sufficiency for individuals and families in need. Our commitment is to build a healthy community – one neighbor at a time.

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There are 2 reviews

Anonymous - Jun 8, 2020

Angels work at Open Arms Mission. As a social worker serving clients who are financially fragile, this is the local "go to" place that helps clients survive in a number of creative ways.

Anonymous - Sep 14, 2020

My son is in jail for a federal charge. He was at a ministry program but the gas got turned off. He had to go back to jail. Do you have a program where those awaiting trial can go stay and until their case is heard?

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