Oak Park River Forest Infant Welfare Society

Health Care for Low-Income Children

In September 2015, the IWS Children’s Clinic was awarded a $20,000 general operating grant from the VNA Foundation. The funds were used to subsidize the cost of providing medical, dental and social services to over 3,400 low-income Chicago-area children. The grant also allowed us to increase the hours of our nurse practitioner and dietitian. ; The IWS Children’s Clinic was awarded a $20,000 general operating grant from the VNA Foundation in September. Generally, the funds are being used to subsidize the provision of medical, dental and behavioral health care to over 3,300 low-income Chicago-area children. A portion of the grant is being used to increase the hours of our nurse practitioner by 6 hours a month and the hours of our dietitian by 3 hours a week.
; In September 2015, the IWS Children’s Clinic was awarded a $20,000 general operating grant from the VNA Foundation. The funds were used to subsidize the cost of providing medical, dental and social services to over 3,400 low-income Chicago-area children. The grant also allowed us to increase the hours of our nurse practitioner and dietitian.

Amount awarded: $20,000.00
Award Date: September 17, 2015