• A Day in the Life - October 26, 2017
  • Intouch home care professionals provide care specific to each client's needs, and understand the importance of keeping individuals in their homes and community. Learn more in the recent issue of Inspired magazine.
  • LSSI's vision is focused on creating new models of care to serve the whole person with greater impact and lasting change
  • Our ongoing work is an expression of the love of Christ, and reflects our mission to bring healing, justice, and wholeness to people and communities. Learn more.
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Harvest of Blessings

Save the date for the Women's Network 36th annual Amicus Certus (True Friend) Celebration and when we honor Walter Wangerin, Jr., author of more than 30 novels, professor at Valparaiso University, a radio announcer, a book reviewer, and Lutheran pastor.

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Donor Survey

Change Everything for LSSI

As we prepare to provide the next generation of human services for the people of Illinois, we need your input. Please take a few minutes to complete a survey about your connection to LSSI. Everyone who completes a survey by August 15 will be entered in a drawing for a special gift. We promise to listen and appreciate all of your assistance.

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Mission Partners

LSSI is grateful to the Grand Victoria Foundation, WXRT Radio Chicago (93.1 FM) and The McHenry County Community Foundation for their generous grants that support a variety of programming across Illinois.

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Residents of Shady Oaks making kettle corn

Independence Tastes Delicious

Handfuls of Hope Kettle Corn is popped and packaged by residents of Shady Oaks Homes. Shady Oaks is part of LSSI and offers housing and vocational/social skills training to adults with developmental disabilities. Handfuls of Hope Kettle Corn is available for purchase. It can be used for a church fundraiser or perfect for a corporate or holiday gift.

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