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Covenant Initiatives for Care

We come beside those who have the vision for ministry to help build ministries that are accountable and sustainable.

  • We bring resources, expertise and support.
  • We extend the resources of local Evangelical Covenant Churches with ideas for planning, funding and operating ministries.
  • We provide systems and policies that ensure sound business practices and compliance with local, state and national regulations.

Working with Covenant Ministries of Benevolence, small and start-up ministries can access the intellectual and relationship capital of the nationally prominent ministries in our family.

Covenant Enabling Residences

5145 N. California Avenue | Chicago, IL 60625 X
PHONE: 773-878-8200 ext 5008
EMAIL: CMBInternet@cmb.org

Covenant Enabling Residences provides heart-filled homes and fulfilling lifestyles for adults with developmental disabilities. Providing around-the-clock care in a warm, Christian environment, staff members ensure residents receive the support, training and encouragement they need to become independent members of the community. They nurture residents' dreams and hopes as they teach the skills and self-confidence needed to become economically and physically independent. By providing a lifestyle grounded on Biblically based Christian values and standards, Covenant Enabling Residences offers a Christian alternative to the limited number of services and residences available through government agencies or local communities.

√Ądelbrook Behavioral and Developmental Services (formerly known as The Children's Home of Cromwell)

60 Hicksville Road | Cromwell, CT 06146 X
PHONE: (860) 635-6010
EMAIL: sgraves@adelbrook.org

Ädelbrook, formerly The Children’s Home of Cromwell, provides residential, educational, mental health, behavioral and developmental services with an increasing focus on children with autism spectrum disorders. Ädelbrook provides hope and healing for young people and families in a Christian environment.

Covenant Children's Ministries

P.O. Box 518 | Princeton, IL 61356 X
PHONE: (773) 989-1610 ext. 5008
EMAIL: ccminfo@cmb.org

Opened in Princeton, IL, in 1921, as a home for orphans and children whose families could not care for them, Covenant Children's Ministries is a ministry in transformation. The ministry is shifting its emphasis to a broad range of family services after having served first as an orphanage and later as a treatment center for abused, neglected and emotionally troubled youths.

WellSpring Center for Hope

P.O. Box 368800 | Chicago, IL 60636 X
PHONE: (773) 723-2119
EMAIL: wellspringctrhope1@yahoo.com

On Chicago's southeast side, WellSpring assists victims of domestic violence with transitional housing and comprehensive walk-in services. As it has since 1988, WellSpring also reaches out to the local community with educational services aimed at changing the attitudes and behaviors that perpetuate the cycle of domestic abuse.