During these difficult times, we remain aware of the challenges of running a small non-profit at a time when charitable giving has declined sharply and the economy continues to prove uncertain. Despite these challenges, we find ourselves inspired and invigorated by the wonderful achievements of ICSW in the areas of education, treatment, and community service.
As we welcome our first class of master’s candidates this fall, and as our on-site and online doctoral programs are thriving, we remain committed to providing the highest professional training in the theory and practice of clinical social work, counseling, and psychotherapy. Moreover, with our recent move to the Robert Morris Center, situated in the heart of Chicago’s cultural/educational corridor, we can provide our students and faculty with newly equipped classroom space and a state-of-the-art library and computer lab. In short, we are now in a position to benefit from the amenities of a large, urban university while enjoying the intimacy and personal contact of a small institute.
From our home in the South Loop, ICSW stands poised to embark on a new period of growth and development through two critical initiatives: the creation of a Master’s Degree program in Clinical Counseling and Psychotherapy and the creation of a new Ph.D. specialization, designed to help therapists treat military veterans and their families. Together, these initiatives testify to ICSW’s ability to adapt to the changing needs of the mental health community by creating exemplary programs that are timely, meaningful, and relevant.
All gifts, regardless of size, are greatly appreciated and will have a direct impact on the quality of the programs and services that we offer. In short, your gift can and will make a difference to the many children, adults, and families whose lives can be changed by our organization.
If you would like to make a tax-deductible, charitable donation to ICSW, please contact Scott Harms Rose at (312) 935-4240 or use the donate button below to make an online donation.