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Chicago Tribune Names Thresholds a Winner of The Chicago 2016 Top Workplaces Award!

Chicago Tribune Names Thresholds a Winner of The Chicago 2016 Top Workplaces Award! Thresholds is honored to once again be named a 2016 Top Workplace by the Chicago Tribune. The Top Workplaces lists are based solely on the results of an…
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Donor Spotlight: The Chicago Community Trust

Donor Spotlight: The Chicago Community Trust Due to the generous support of our institutional donors, Thresholds is able to provide the gold-standard for community health services. To honor their invaluable contributions, we’ve created “Donor Spotlight”, a monthly blog series that shares the…
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Donor Spotlight: Robert R. McCormick Foundation

Robert R. McCormick Foundation For the March edition of Donor Spotlight, we are featuring the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, one of the nation’s largest foundations and key partner in establishing Thresholds’ Veterans Project. The McCormick Foundation is a national charitable…
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Donor Spotlight: McHenry County Community Foundation

McHenry County Community Foundation The Thresholds McHenry Program is one of our fastest-growing programs. For this month’s Donor Spotlight, we’re pleased to feature one of the program’s vital donors: The McHenry County Community Foundation (MCCF).  Founded in 2001, MCCF grants…
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Donor Spotlight: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL)

Donor Spotlight:  Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) January’s Donor Spotlight features Illinois’ largest health insurance provider and Thresholds partner, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL). In 2014, Thresholds and BCBSIL began a partnership to significantly…
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Don’t Forget! Make Your Year-End Gift to Thresholds Today

  A Special Note from Thresholds CEO Mark Ishaug: At this pivotal time for mental health, I would like to thank YOU for helping Thresholds provide healthcare, housing, and hope for thousands living with serious mental illnesses in our communities….
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