Making a difference in people’s lives.

Kenneth Young Center is a safety net for our neighbors in need. We respectfully serve the most vulnerable people in our area, those coping with mental illness and older adults dealing with life’s difficult transitions.

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Helping older adults stay in their homes longer.

We offer services and resources to help older adults and people with disabilities maintain their dignity and independence in the community.

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Encouraging young people to make healthy choices.

Our Positive Youth Development program helps youth ages 10-17 through education and awareness of health issues, community collaboration, and substance abuse prevention.

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Hustle for Health

Sign up today for our 5K Run/Walk on June 9th in Busse Woods! Join us for a family-friendly day celebrating our mental health and senior services!

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5 K Fun

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Hustle for Health

Iphone Desk Laptop Notebook

Understanding the Illinois 1115 Waiver

Mary Recognition At All Staff April 2018

Volunteer Spotlight: Mary Phelan

Drop-In Center

Our Mount Prospect Drop-In Center is open 364 days a year, and features peer-led activities for adults with mental illness. The Drop-In Center offers a safe, inclusive environment for all people to learn and grow. Learn more.

May at the Drop-In: May 2018 Drop-In Calendar and Announcements
May 26th: Fishing with Larry!
May 28th: Memorial Day Celebration

June at the Drop-In: June 2018 Drop-In Calendar and Announcements
June 30th: Friends And Family Viewing of “The Devil And Daniel Johnston”

Please feel free to contact your Drop-In Team at 847-621-2040 ext. 117.

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Interested in understanding KYC’s scope of services?
Check out our one-page flyer for more information.

Are you interested in joining our Communities for Positive Youth Development Coalition? See how you can support young people through evidence-based prevention programs:

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“I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do.”

—-Edward Everett Hale