The Rush NeuroBehavioral Center’s mission is to empower young people with social, emotional and learning challenges to build on their strengths and thrive in life and relationships.
Haymarket Center and Rush began a collaboration in 2010, funded by the Woman’s Board.
The Woman’s Board is dedicated to volunteerism and in such has been sponsoring the Red Ribbon and RU Caring program for year.
The Preemie Picnic, funded by the Woman’s Board provides former patients and their families an opportunity to reconnect with their doctors, nurses, therapists and other NICU families.
Operated by the Rush Pediatric Primary Care Center, ROAR promotes early childhood literacy.
The Woman’s Board is the sole funding source of Kids Shelter Health Improvement Project (KidsSHIP), which provides health care to children and adolescents living in homeless shelters in Chicago.
The Woman’s Board provides funding to the Department of Psychiatry to host three continuing education series called Grand Rounds.
Rush Day School, founded in 1967, is a not-for-profit therapeutic school offering education and treatment for autism spectrum and emotionally disabled children ages six to fourteen.
The Woman’s Board Scholarship is awarded to a deserving high school or college student volunteer to assist with funding their college education.
The Woman’s Board provides the funding for the Department of Religion, Health and Human Values to host five memorial services throughout the year.