St. Vincent de Paul Center

In 1915, members of the order of the Daughters of Charity opened the DePaul Day Nursery and Settlement House to care for the children of neighborhood women forced to work while their husbands served in World War I. Since then, St. Vincent de Paul Center has helped people who are in need to become whole, healthy, contributing members of the community. The Center provides childcare and social services to the working poor, outreach to people who are homeless, and services to seniors. This mission continues today in our new Center at the same location on Webster and Halsted Streets in Chicago.

Address: 2145 North Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60614