Hope For Tomorrow
Lakeview Pantry believes you are the expert of your own life. Our licensed clinicians offer services designed to support and empower by partnering with you to tailor a plan to reach your unique goals. We assist you in making changes in your life by navigating the resources that are available to you.
As a free, private resource, your goals and hopes determine our course of action. You might only need a quick referral, or you may desire a long-term partnership. We’re here to get you the help you need and that is rightfully yours.
You choose what assistance you want and to what degree. We are here to assist and support you.
Drop-In Case Management Services
Drop-in case management is available during food distribution services at our Sheridan Market (3945 N. Sheridan Rd).
Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays: 12pm – 4pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 5 – 7:30pm
One-on-One Long-Term Services
By appointment only. If you want a longer term partnership with the Social Services staff at Lakeview Pantry, we will complete a comprehensive service plan and meet with you as needed.
Social Services Available At:
Lakeview Pantry Sheridan Market
3945 N. Sheridan Rd.
Chicago, IL 60613
(773) 525-1777 ext. 216
MWF: 12pm – 4pm
Tues & Thur: 5 – 7:30pm
The Hub (Online Market)
5151 N. Ravenswood Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640
Thursdays: 2 – 5pm
By Appointment Only
One-on-One Long Term Services
By Appointment Only
No Strings. Just Service.
Our social services program does not have physical boundaries, anyone is welcome. We keep your information confidential. You don’t have to use the Pantry to be a client.
Children & Families
Submit requests for Cradles to Crayons KidPacks (includes items such as clothing, shoes, diapers, and hygiene kits). Learn about local resources for children and families.
Receive information about local job/employment openings and resources, and receive help with resumes, interviews, and other job preparation requirements.
Complete a request for the Lakeview Pantry Grant Program. Receive budgeting assistance. Learn about other financial assistance resources.
Receive referrals for healthcare needs, free/sliding fee scale clinics, prescription coverage resources and other needs.
Apply for or complete a redetermination or mid-point report for Medicaid, SNAP, and or Cash Assistance. Learn how to use the abe.illinois.gov website.
Submit online applications for a variety of housing waitlists. Receive other resources.
Request Ventra single-ride tickets for scheduled appointments. Apply for long-term transportation assistance (Benefit Access Program, Ride Free Transit card).
Receive support and services to escape domestic violence and the tools to restart your life. SAFE provides resources and support.
How Do I Qualify For Lakeview Pantry Social Services?
Everyone qualifies for Lakeview Pantry Social Services. We believe that getting the assistance you need is vital to creating a better tomorrow. There are no strings and no catches — just the service you deserve.
There are three primary methods of obtaining service:
- Attend a drop-in session
- Sign up through the Online Market
- Reach out to our Manager of Social Services, Colleen Montgomery, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-525-1777 x216.
Our trained and licensed professionals are here for anyone who reaches out. We’re here today to support your goals for the future.
Learn more about our Mental Wellness Services
Mental health is a crucial part of your tomorrow. Our professional counselors provide mental wellness services that can help you take control of your life. Learn more about our comprehensive care options.