Swedish Covenant Hospital is honored to partner with many outstanding organizations from the local community.
If your organization has a collaborative relationship with the hospital and would like to be included on this list, please fill out our partner form.
Active Transportation Alliance
Active Trans is a membership-based advocacy organization that promotes walking, biking, and public transportation. One of our top advocacy priorities is the development of a 27-mile continuous pedestrian and bike trail along the Chicago River.
Learn more at ActiveTrans.org.
Albany Park Community Center
APCC educates and supports members of the community as they determine their own path of growth and development by providing diverse programs and services for individuals, families, groups and businesses.
Learn more at APCCChgo.org.
Andersonville Chamber of Commerce
Andersonville Chamber of Commerce fosters a vibrant environment in which Andersonville businesses can thrive by attracting a diverse customer base; providing business support services and advocacy; and engaging in business attraction, long-range planning, and economic development.
Learn more at Andersonville.org.
Apna Ghar, Inc. (Our Home)
Apna Ghar provides holistic services and conducts outreach and advocacy across immigrant communities to end gender violence. At Apna Ghar we recognize that immigrant survivors of gender violence in the United States face unique challenges, including limited access to legal, social, protective and support services. Apna Ghar provides comprehensive and holistic services to survivors as they begin their journeys of healing and empowerment. We also conduct community education and address systemic barriers that immigrant survivors face.
Learn more at ApnaGhar.org.
Cambodian Association of Illinois
The mission of CAI is to enable refugees and immigrants from Cambodia residing in Illinois, especially those in metropolitan Chicago, to become self-sufficient, active participants in American society while preserving and enhancing their cultural heritage and community.
Learn more at CambodianAssociation.org
Chicago Methodist Senior Services
As a nonprofit, accredited, and faith-based organization, Chicago Methodist Senior Services supports, improves and enhances the quality of life for older adults by empowering them to live with dignity and respect.
Learn more at CMSSChicago.org
Our mission is to preserve and promote German culture, heritage, and language through activities including, but not limited to, maintaining a center consisting of a museum, art gallery, library, and language school, and organizing educational and social programming focusing on and emphasizing the history, traditions, and contributions of Germans and German Americans. The DANK Haus has made tremendous, notable strides in being the community hub for not only the German American community but the surrounding neighborhoods. The DANK Haus is a fundraising and meeting venue for 40 area schools, German organizations and other non-profit community organizations.
Learn more at DANKHaus.com
Edgebrook Sauganash Chamber of Commerce
To support the growth and development of business and the quality of life of the community.
Learn more at ESCC60646.com.
Edgewater Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber works to create and support a thriving business community, fostering a vibrant Edgewater community.
Learn more at Edgewater.org.
Erie Family Health Centers
Motivated by the belief that healthcare is a human right, Erie Family Health Centers provides high quality, affordable care to support healthier people, families and communities.
Learn more at ErieFamilyHealth.org.
Foster Health and Rehab
Foster Health and Rehab is a 48 bed nursing facility with 24-hour skilled nursing care. They provide Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy. Foster Health is in close proximity to Swedish Covenant Hospital, making it an ideal Rehab center for patients of Swedish.
Learn more at FosterHealthandRehab.com.
The Friendship Center
We operate two food pantries - serving the North Park, Albany Park, Lincoln Square, Ravenswood, and West Ridge neighborhoods of Chicago. The Friendship Center provides hope and dignity in our community through access to food, vital resources, and critical social services.
Learn more at FriendshipCenterChicago.org.
HANA Center's mission is to empower Korean American, immigrant and multiethnic youth communities through social services, education, culture and community organizing to advance human rights.
Learn more at HANACenter.org.
Hanul Family Alliance
To provide comprehensive community-based services to meet the needs of Korean-American seniors and families to enhance their quality of life.
Learn more at HanulUSA.org.
Harmony Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center
As the leader in post-hospital rehabilitation in Chicago’s North Side, Harmony provides personalized and comprehensive rehabilitation services to help you achieve your highest level of independence—and get back to your active life quickly and safely. Harmony’s extensive healthcare services include one-on-one therapy services seven days a week, stroke and neurological care, post-cardiac care, wound healing program, pain management, nursing care 24/7, diagnostic imaging services, memory support, discharge planning and much more. Harmony has earned the prestigious Gold Seal of Approval® Certification for Post-Acute Care and Accreditation for Nursing Care from The Joint Commission, meeting the highest standards in providing safe and effective care.
Learn more at HarmonyChicago.com.
Heartland Health Centers
Our mission is to improve the well-being of the communities we serve by providing accessible, high-quality healthcare.
Learn more at HeartlandHealthCenters.org.
The Kedzie Center
The mission of the Kedzie Center is to provide accessible, high-quality and culturally-informed mental health care to North River residents through the integration of clinical practice, education, and evaluation, as informed by the community and in collaboration with local residents and partners.
Learn more at TheKedzieCenter.org.
LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois
The LGBT Chamber of Commerce is the voice of more than 40,000 LGBTQ+ business owners across Illinois, and supports members through networking, advocacy, and learning & development.
Learn more at LGBTCC.com.
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI)
Founded in 1867, Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI) is a nonprofit social service organization of the three Illinois synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. LSSI is one of the largest statewide social service providers, serving over 50,000 people across Illinois last year. LSSI provides a variety of critical programs for Illinois residents including foster care, early childhood education, mental health services, alcohol and drug treatment, affordable senior housing, residential programs for people with developmental disabilities, and programs that help formerly incarcerated individuals integrate back into society.
Learn more here about LSSI’s Welcoming Center.
Neighborhood Boys & Girls Club
The Neighborhood Boys & Girls Club is a non-profit independent organization founded in 1931 dedicated to youth development. Our mission is to enhance the well-being and develop the potential of our members, their families and the community." NBGC members ranging from 5 to 18 years of age are able to participate in numerous athletic, educational, social and leadership programs offered by our organization. These positive adult and teen supervised programs provides an alternative to the negative influences outside NBGC. The Club emphasizes sportsmanship and teamwork where all members, no matter their skill level, are guaranteed participation. Membership is free to the 1600+ girls & boys who participate year round. The program goes far beyond sports. Leadership skills, new friendships, and most of all a pride in oneself are the natural outcome of the unique Neighborhood Boys & Girls Club.
Learn more at NBGC.org.
North Park Covenant Church
For God's Glory and Neighbors' Good
Learn more at NPCovenant.org.
North River Commission
North River Commission is the nonprofit community and economic development corporation for the northwest side of Chicago, from the Chicago River to Cicero and Addison to Devon. Founded in 1962 by concerned residents and neighborhood institutions, NRC unites civic associations, businesses, schools, institutions and places of worship to improve the quality of life in our community by creating affordable housing, quality education, arts & cultural endeavors, open spaces, and thriving neighborhood businesses.
Learn more at NorthRiverCommission.org.
Northside Community Resources
Northside Community Resources (NCR) was founded in 1952 as the Rogers Park Community Council. NCR's mission is to build and strengthen communities among the diverse populations of Chicago's North Side.
Learn more at NorthsideCommunityResources.org.
Peterson Pulaski Business & Industrial Council
The Peterson Pulaski Business and Industrial Council is a non-profit organization that assists in the retention and development of companies in five designated industrial corridors on the Northwest Side of Chicago.
Learn more at PPBIC.org.
Purple Asparagus educates children and the community about eating that's good for the body and the planet.
Learn more at PurpleAsparagus.com.
Senior Helpers of Lincolnwood
Our mission is to ensure a better quality of life for our elderly clients and their families by providing dependable and affordable care. We are a trusted and respected organization that takes a responsible role in supporting our clients and their families, our employees, and our community. Our vision is to be your community’s leading home care company, setting a new standard of care and customer service for our industry.
Learn more at SeniorHelpers.com/Lincolnwood.