St. Martin’s partners with other organizations and ministries, including:
St. Leonard’s Ministries
Supporting our mission, St. Martin’s works closely with St. Leonard’s Ministries, a charitable organization that provides comprehensive residential and case management services for those who have been released from prison with little and/or no support. St. Martin’s makes contributions to the men and women of these St. Leonard’s programs: Grace House, which provides transitional housing and services for women, and St. Leonard’s House which provides transitional housing and services for men.
Introspect Youth Services
Introspect Youth Services, Inc. is a not for profit community agency on Chicago’s Westside. Through our TRIO- Educational Talent Search Program, we have placed more than 40,000 young people into post-secondary institutions across the nation for the past 35 years; free of charge. While we provide services to all students in the Chicagoland area, majority of our clients are low income and/or potentially first generation college students residing in the Austin, Garfield Park, and North Lawndale communities, as well, as the Proviso Township area in the western suburbs.
Bodies of Work
As part of the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Program on Disability Art, Culture, and Humanities, Bodies of Work is a network of artists and organizations whose art illuminates the disability experience. From the local to the international, our “bodies of work” explore innovative forms of artistic expression, derived from unique bodies and minds, that explore the disability experience, advance the rights of disabled people, and widen society’s under-standing of what it means to be human.