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Our MissionLawrence Hall is a not-for-profit human service agency established to assist at-risk youth and their families through a seamless delivery of services designed to develop the self-worth, knowledge, and skills they need to lead independent and productive lives.We support our mission with an annual budget of $20-$22 million derived from government grants and contracts, private support, and allocations from the United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, Episcopal Charities and Community Services. Throughout our long history, we have demonstrated sound fiscal management, using our resources responsibly to plan for future growth.
Our VisionLawrence Hall is a community of staff, volunteers, and board members dedicated to creating a society in which our children and their families are treated as valued members
Save the date: Lawrence Hall’s 4th Annual Fall Fête September 24, 2016 Zhou B Art Center, Chicago, IL
Featured Story - Randle Rockford, The Award Winner
For 10 years, Randle Rockford has been a bridge over troubled waters for scores of young men and their families, working to keep them connected as their liaison for treatment teams. He knows that keeping the families involved provides better outcomes and permanent success for the Lawrence Hall youth. For years, his job has been a calling; he works with sexually problematic teens that require intensive supervision and support. Randle balances a mix of duties that include supervising youth at Lawrence Hall and during their family visits and in-home visits.