On April 12, 2023, friends of Impact gathered at Double Clutch Brewing Company in Evanston. Guests enjoyed drinks, appetizers, and special guests while learning more about our programs and accomplishments. We were joined by Cook County Board Commissioner Josina Morita and others. Thank you all for your support!
Impact Behavioral Health Partners is thrilled to announce the grand opening of our new 16-unit apartment building in downtown Skokie on Wednesday, July 26, 2023 from 4:00pm-5:30pm. Come celebrate with special guests, a tour, drinks, appetizers, and raffle tickets after the ribbon cutting ceremony.
When: July 26, 2023, 4:00pm-5:30pm
Where: 8047 Floral Avenue, Skokie, IL 60077
What: Grand opening ceremony and tour. Drinks and appetizers provided.
Skokie, IL-On Saturday, October 1st, 125 community members joined Impact Behavioral Health Partners for the Second Annual Stride into Skokie 5k walk.
The walk began at Central Park in the “Skevanston” area of Skokie and ended in downtown at the Skokie Heritage Museum, steps away from the construction site of a new 16-unit apartment building to house Impact participants.
At the endpoint of the event, walkers enjoyed a catered lunch from Village Inn Pizza and speeches from Skokie Mayor George Van Dusen, Betsy White of NorthShore University HealthSystem, and Dr. Maurice Brownlee of Wellness Home. “We’ve accomplished so much over the past year. It was great to celebrate with all our supporters who made this possible,” said Patti Capouch, Impact’s Executive Director.
The Stride into Skokie event, which was put on with support from presenting sponsors Equinix, NorthShore University HealthSystem, Synergy Construction Group, and Michael Schwartz and Angela Murphy was symbolic: After over 30 years of Impact’s buildings exclusively located in Evanston, the agency is expanding its housing portfolio into Skokie with the new 16-unit building and another 6-unit apartment building in central Skokie.
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On Saturday, October 16, 135 community members joined Impact Behavioral Health for the 5k Stride into Skokie walk.
The walked began on the western edge of Evanston and ended in downtown Skokie at the Skokie Heritage Museum, near the future site of a new 16-unit apartment building to house Impact participants. At the endpoint of the event, walkers enjoyed a catered lunch from La Cocinita and speeches from longtime Skokie Village Trustee Edie Sue Sutker and Skokie Hospital President David Rahija. “It was great to see so many new supporters of our work walking alongside those who have been with us for many years,” said Patti Capouch, Impact’s Executive Director.
The Stride into Skokie event, which was put on with support from presenting sponsors Exquinix and NorthShore University HealthSystem, was symbolic: After over 30 years of Impact’s buildings exclusively located in Evanston, the agency is expanding its housing portfolio into Skokie. Along with the new 16-unit building, Impact also recently acquired another 6-unit apartment building in central Skokie.
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Evanston, IL 60202
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