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Closing the gap with high standards, inspring curriculum, and passionate educators
Partnering with young people to build a future a hope
Empowering adults, families, and seniors to work towards self-sufficiency
Nationally accredited early childhood education
Support for school-age kids, teens, and young mothers.
Employment, computers, financial assistance, and more.
Services for the most active to the most isolated.
Client choice food pantries for families and individuals.
The hope of MSV is to bring organizations fighting for Birth Equity together to help pregnant Black and Brown women of Chicago as they face the systemic challenges of the healthcare systems.
Jericka Duncan of CBS news interviews MSV youth about the effects of gun violence on youth in Chicago. She first met them in 2014 when they were all between 10-14 years old. They discuss how MSV has been a source of support and hope for them and how they now give back to help other youth in our programs.
Project Hope is a comprehensive program for pregnant and parenting girls and young women ages 12-25 that addresses the many needs of mothers in Chicago.
Having Only Positive Expectations. Listen to the stories of how our program, HOPE Junior, has positively impacted our community.