Warmest wishes of the season, from the PCS Family to yours.
NICI is proud to announce one of our 2023 Impact Grants has been awarded to Proactive Community Services. We are honored to invest in this organization to continue to address barriers preventing those in need from living a healthy lifestyle and being gainfully employed.
Proactive Community Services (PCS) provides health guidance solutions and career training to disadvantaged communities in South Suburban Cook County. Check out the link below for more on why we look to the future with excitement with the impactful work PCS has set out to do. #NICI #northernillinois #economicmobility #economicdevelopment #proactivecommuntiyservices #healthyfamilies
Providing Health guidance solutions and health career training to disadvantaged communities
Our vision is to bring th highest ideals of health into the lives of adults, families and youth to end health and social inequities
PROACTIVE COMMUNITY SERVICES (PCS) provides programming that educates and brings awareness to combat social and health disparities. PCS’s aim is to empower individuals and encourage behaviors that promote long-term healthy lifestyles, economic self-sufficiency and independence through individual achievement.
PCS Provides training and support services needed to secure positions that have opportunity for advancement and sustainability, ultimately leading these individuals on a pathway to financial self-sufficiency
Comprehensive HIV/AIDS/STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) service delivery includes: Health Education and Risk Reduction Linkages to HIV Testing, Hepatitis C Screening, Counseling, and Referrals to care services.
Linking our community with public health services, social service organizations, hospitals and health care providers to promote healthcare events and activities by making them widely available in disadvantaged communities
This site contains HIV prevention messages that may not be appropriate for all audiences. Since HIV infection is spread primarily through sexual practices or by sharing needles, prevention messages and programs may address these topics.