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The mission of Haymarket Center is to aid people with substance use disorders in their recovery by providing comprehensive behavioral health solutions.


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West Loop Fest


On July 26th and July 27th, Haymarket Center will present our 12th Annual West Loop Family Festival. This event brings West Loop families and businesses together for two days of live entertainment and activities in our vibrant neighborhood, and it gives Haymarket Center the opportunity to honor our neighbors while also sharing our story of helping 12,000 people annually.    

The event 

The generous past support of West Loop businesses and individual donors has allowed this festival to become a summer tradition. Due to its popularity, we are expanding our Street Festival to two days of events on Washington Boulevard, which will be closed off between Morgan and Green Streets on Friday between 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm and on Saturday from noon to 10:00 pm.

We expect the event to draw more than 3,000 local neighbors of all ages, and 30 or more local vendors with interactive games, food, information, services and giveaways.

Sponsorship

Haymarket Center seeks Street Festival sponsors at the levels of Festival Champion ($5,000), Haymarket Hero ($2,500) and Summer Supporter ($1,000). Sponsors who make their commitments by July 20th will be recognized on our website, in promotional materials  and at the festival on a banner spanning the street and other signage.

For more information on becoming a sponsor, donor or vendor, please reach out to Sam Provenzano, email: sprovenzano@hcenter.org / cell: 219-545-2909. To make a tax-deductible sponsorship donation directly on line, please click the button below.


Are you feeling lucky? Click on the Raffle Ticket below.

 

Please make a donation of any amount to assist Haymarket Center to continue the mission of aiding people with substance use disorders in their recovery by providing comprehensive health solutions. 


We are grateful for your continued support and look forward to enjoying two festive days with you and your families during the summer.  

 

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

 

April 27, 2019 - National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

 

 

 

On April 27, please join thousands of people across the country to participate in Drug Take Back Day by safely and anonymously turning in any unused prescription medications.

 

 

Please click on the box below and enter your county/city/state to see a collection site near you:


 

In October 2018, 5,839 collection sites collected 914,236 pounds of unused prescriptions.


 

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Leadership Council

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 25, 2019

Contact:

Courtney Greve Hack

312-755-3523

ch@respublicagroup.com

 

 

Haymarket Center Introduces Inaugural Leadership Council

Chicago, Illinois- Today, Haymarket Center, a leader in the field of substance use disorders and behavioral health treatment, announced the establishment of its inaugural Leadership Council. The Council is comprised of a group of diverse leaders invested in Haymarket Center’s mission to aid people who are suffering from behavioral health disorders in their recovery. The Leadership Council comes together to bring awareness of Haymarket’s mission in the community and help further the conversation about the services they provide.

“Haymarket’s mission is to provide treatment to those suffering from substance use disorders and mental health issues and we believe this diverse group will further that objective,” said President and CEO, Dan Lustig, Psy.D., MISA II, CAADC, “Each member was chosen because they possess the skills, expertise and passion to help those in need. They believe in our mission and we are excited to welcome them to our organization.”

Some of the responsibilities of the Leadership Council will include serving on committees of the governing board to help guide strategy, advising senior staff on resources and potential partnerships to help expand services for patients and helping Haymarket Center grow its professional and business network.

“Organizations are at their best when they seek a diverse set of opinions and refuse to settle for the status quo,” said the Honorable Lee A. Daniels, Chair of the Board of Directors, “There is a vast amount of experience within the Council that we can use to further improve the services and treatments we offer. This exceptional group of leaders are a part of our community and will be able to provide an array of insights to patient care. We are excited to see the members’ innovative ideas as well as their fresh perspectives they bring to Haymarket Center.”

The founding members are listed below:

Sonia Bhagwakar, Associate General Counsel, Presence Health

Jay Bhatt, MD, Senior VP and CMO, American Hospital Association, President & CEO HRET

Jim Bolin, First Vice President (Retired), Merrill Lynch 

Colleen Burns, Assistant Director, Examination Resources

Chelsy Castro, JD, MA, MSW, LCSW

Michael Flood, Sales/Business Development, Flood Brothers Disposal and Recycling 

Jack Hartman, President, SDI Presence

Ed Heil, President, E.F. Heil

Susan Heil, Activist and Philanthropist 

Amanda Hirsh, Principal, Amanda Hirsh Consulting

Juleigh Nowinski Konchak, MD, MAT Collaborative Lead, Cook County Health & Hospitals System

Tom Marcucci, Director, Gonnella Baking Co. 

Jack McCarthy, Partner (Retired), K & L Gates 

Stacey McCullough, Of Counsel, Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC 

Thomas McElroy II, Principal and CEO, Global Solutions

Mia McPherson, Principal Attorney, The Law Offices of Mia S. McPherson, P.C. 

Michael Meagher, Senior Vice President, James McHugh Construction Co.

Daniel Nudelman, Counsel, Perkins Coie

Kim Walz Obando, Regional Director, Government Relations, Walgreens

Peter O’Brien Sr., President, MADO Management

Cheryl Potts, Executive Director, The Kennedy Forum 

Chris Robling, Principal, Clearspan Strategic, LLC

Kelly Suzanne Saulsberry, Director of Policy and Outreach, Chicago Commission on Human Relations

Daniel Sullivan, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Elmhurst Hospital 

Terrence Swade, MD, Endocrinologist, Advocate Medical Group 

Nneka Jones Tapia, PhD, Executive Director, Chicago Beyond

Diana Uchiyama, JD., PsyD., Executive Director, Illinois Lawyers’ Assistance Program

 

About Haymarket Center

Founded in 1975, Haymarket Center was created to provide comprehensive behavioral health solutions to help aid people with substance use disorders. Today Haymarket Center is one of Chicagoland’s largest comprehensive providers of treatment for substance use and mental health disorders under one roof. Providing a range of specialized treatment programs to help each patient focus on personal success. Haymarket Center is committed to expanding life-saving interventions and expert long-term recovery support to new populations within the greater Chicagoland region. For more information please visit http://www.hcenter.org.

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Unique Hands-on Workshop

Join-Us Saturday April 27th for a unique Hands-on Workshop that explores new ideas based in science and mindfulness, become aware of subconscious connections were unknowingly reinforcing. This workshop takes the conversation of “Recovering from,” and shifts our perspective to the importance of “Recovering to.”

Three (3.0) CEUs per workshop. Certificates available at the end of the session.

Illinois Certification Board (ICB) approved for CADCs /IDFPR approved for LCPC, LCSW & Psychologists

Held at Haymarket Center

932 W. Washington Blvd. Chicago, IL 60607

Saturday – April 27, 2019

9am until Noon

Parking available in the community

Download the free "Spot Hero" or "Park Chicago" App to assist you with Reasonable Parking

Continental Breakfast Included

Available through On-Line Registration Only

$80 Regular Registration / $70 Senior and Student Registration


 

Workshop Title: Trauma and Addiction: Recovering the Self

Description: It is well known that childhood trauma increases a person’s vulnerability to addiction, depression, and other social behavioral problems. Children who experience complex trauma do not have the cognitive abilities to understand and makes sense of their suffering nor do they have the means to protect themselves as it is happening. Development in such an environment changes the way the brain responds to stress throughout the life span and can create a fixed mindset which sees all stress as a threat, binding the individual to the mercy of a hypervigilant fear based response system and burying their real self under a persona that inhibits self-expansion and thriving.

 

We are all extremely unique but are being raised in an environment that prefers to teach, work and explore life in a homogeneous way. From the first moment of our lives we have been taught what is expected of us. Those messages are deeply embedded in our lives. They are so comfortable, even if we are aware of their negativity in our lives, we will fight tooth and nail to justify, and hold onto these rules. This workshop presents new ideas, based in science and mindfulness, to become aware of subconscious connections we are unknowingly reinforcing. This workshop takes the conversation of “Recovering from,” and shifts our perspective to the importance of “Recovering to.”

 

Co-facilitated by: MartinJon Garcia and Ryan Breen

 

MartinJon Garcia Bio: Helping those that are ready to open up to their greatness is at the core of MartinJon's Practice. As a healer helping others is an integral part of his life's practice. His recovery and personal growth continues to be an anchor of love and growth. MartinJon's Portrait Project was the artistic groundwork that evolved into Portrait Facilitation and The Portrait Method. By connecting deeply through creativity MartinJon becomes a vehicle for healing to happen. Through sharing vulnerability people are free to open up and explore inner blocks that exist but were not have been previously available to be seen. MartinJon is a certified Shinpiden (Reiki Master), and has studied with a number of other energy healer covering a wide array of modalities. MartinJon has, and continues, to use multiple modalities to aid in the development of this new portrait modality as well as helping clients integrate lessons from their experiences with Portrait Facilitation.

 

Ryan Breen Bio: Ryan Breen LCPC, CADC is the Director of Staff Development and Training at Haymarket Center where he coordinates and provides various training in topics related to the treatment of addictive disorders and trauma to Haymarket’s +300 staff members. For almost 20 years, Mr. Breen has provided therapy to clients who are dealing with relationship issues, trauma, substance use, and other mental health concerns. He has previously served as assistant clinical director for the agency’s outpatient, integrated care, and men’s residential programs. He has coordinated teams at the Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center, directed residential services at Jewish Child and Family Services, and counseled families at Wedgewood Christian Services. Mr. Breen also operates a private practice dedicated helping those who are dealing with relational crisis and issues related to childhood trauma and maltreatment. Mr. Breen takes a special interest in childhood development as it relates to the fulfillment of individual human potential and relationship satisfaction.

 


 

 


 

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Dinner at the Lake

              Featuring Live Music by Slim Gypsy Baggage

 

 

                                        



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