Centro Communitario Juan Diego has been making
a difference in South Chicago for 20 years.
The center was founded by eight Latina women who
had the courage to oppose hardships.
As a grassroots community based organization we
operate many vital programs focused on health care
issues, community organizing, social services, and
family education. Through our efforts we hope to foster
confident leaders for today and tomorrow.
FOOD PANTRY HOURS
Boundaries limited to 60617 zip code
Can only pickup food twice a month
Promoting leadership and social justice while
serving those in need.
|May 2017 Immigration Conference
|UIC Breast Cancer Study- New classes will
be held April 3rd, April 10th and April 17th.
Classes start 11:00 am and will be held at
the Vodak-East Side Branch Library
3710 E 106th St. Chicago, Il 60617
NEW LIHEAP HOURS*- Mon-Thur are
walk-ins only and we can see a limited
number of people. From 9 am-1 pm
*Hours subject to change without notice
|Breast Cancer Presentation