January 23, 2019 — Auxiliary Bishop Bernard Sheil’s vision of giving young people a healthy and positive outlet through sports and the Catholic Youth Organization continues today through the sponsorship of Maryville Academy. Read the Chicago Catholic story here.
December 30, 2018 — The Daily Herald’s Burt Constable writes about how Maryville’s old logbooks reveal its mission to save children. Read more here.
December 10,2018 — Individuals with ongoing responsibility for caring for a person with a developmental disability or other special needs may be eligible for up to $500 in funds for respite care. The Illinois Respite Coalition (IRC), coordinated by Maryville, provides temporary relief for caregivers who may need time to themselves to tend to their own health or for other important matters.
“We recognize how important it is for caregivers to take care of themselves,” Maryville Executive Director Sister Catherine M. Ryan, O.S.F., said. “For those who may not have the resources to take this time, this can be a way to find much-needed relief.”
June 24, 2018 — NBC Nightly News profiled Maryville’s groundbreaking St. Monica Program for mothers with substance abuse disorder. The program, one of only a few of its kind, lets mothers live with their children while in recovery. Watch the story here:
May 7, 2018 — Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, dedicated Maryville’s newly reconstructed Center for Children on Chicago’s Northwest Side. The center houses Maryville’s Crisis Nursery and Children’s Healthcare Center. The Crisis Nursery provides emergency child care for families in crisis. The Children’s Healthcare Center provides medical care for children with complex conditions.