Partners, Collaborators, and Contributors
AIDS Legal Council of Chicago
The AIDS Legal Council of Chicago provides direct legal services to men, women and children in the metropolitan Chicago area living with HIV/AIDS. The Council educates consumers, service providers and the public about HIV-related issues and advocates for social policies to ensure fair treatment of all people affected by HIV.
American Bar Association Medical Legal Partnership Pro Bono Support Project
The ABA MLP Project works with the Health Justice Project to expand the MLP model and outreach to address health-harming legal issues in Chicago.
Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy
The Health Justice Project is a program of the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy. The Beazley Institute is a nationally renowned health law program that offers multiple programs and degrees in order to educate the health law leaders of tomorrow.
Equip for Equality
Equip for Equality advances the human and civil rights of children and adults with disabilities in Illinois. It provides legal assistance, legal services, and disability rights education, public policy and legislative advocacy and conducts abuse investigations and other oversight activities.
Erie Family Health Center
Erie delivers culturally sensitive health care to over 33,000 low-income, underinsured and uninsured Chicagoans. The community-based health centers are portals to high-quality care, and a higher quality of life, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay.
Lawyers Committee for Better Housing
LCBH works with tenants in buildings where landlords allow the buildings to fall into disrepair or refuse to supply basic services. LCBH supplies the legal and housing rights expertise to advocate for and educate tenants and to improve the buildings. LCBH’s approach ranges from advocacy and intervention on behalf of the tenants to litigation.
Loyola University of Chicago School of Medicine
The Stritch School of Medicine at Loyola University Chicago provides outstanding clinical education to its students with the opportunity to participate in research, global health and service. Cutting edge facilities are also used to educate multidisciplinary, collaborative health care teams in quality and safety.
Loyola University of Chicago School of Social Work
Founded in 1914 Loyola University Chicago's School of Social Work educates students to become leaders in the profession. Within a learning community dedicated to excellence in scholarship and service, students select a curriculum focused in clinical, organizational, community, and social justice issues.
Northwestern McGaw Medical Center for Graduate Medical Education, Family Medicine Residency Program
The program, a partnership between the hospital, Erie Family Health Center, and the medical school, with additional support from Northwestern Memorial Hospital, trains family physicians with an emphasis on caring for the underserved, research, and public policy.