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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Evanston’s Mental Health Board at a November 2018 meeting. Like other boards, commissions and committees in Evanston, the Mental Health Board is adjusting to cancelations and delays.

Evanston Mental Health Board adjusts timelines amid pandemic

May 25, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has forced Evanston’s many boards, commissions and committees to postpone meetings and alter timetables of action items. The Mental Health Board is no exception to wide-ranging...

People line up for groceries in Evanston. The city has not changed its holiday services despite state-wide budget cuts.

Social service organizations stay consistent through budget cuts

December 3, 2019

For many families, the holiday season is a time of celebration and happiness. But for those who do not have a home to go to or are experiencing food insecurity, the months of November and December may...

In Focus: As student mental health concerns rise, parents and social workers worry District 65 services aren’t equitable

In Focus: As student mental health concerns rise, parents and social workers worry District 65 services aren’t equitable

May 31, 2019

Margaret Rothe has met with children from almost every elementary and middle school in Evanston during her 25 years as a social worker in Evanston/Skokie School District 65. By now, she’s working...

Evanstons Mental Health Board. Members on Thursday discussed allocations of funding towards agencies for fiscal year 2019.

Evanston Mental Health Board allocates fiscal year 2019 funds to agencies

November 30, 2018

The Evanston Mental Health Board on Thursday prepared for review the final distribution of its 2019 budget, which will disburse funds to agencies across the city. The board has been allocated $736,373...

Ald. Melissa Wynne (3rd) speaks at a city meeting. Aldermen on Monday approved Evanston’s operating budget for 2019.

Aldermen approve Evanston’s fiscal year 2019 operating budget with modified cuts

November 20, 2018

Aldermen voted 6-3 to approve the city’s 2019 operating budget at a Monday City Council meeting, granting the city more than $319 million for the next year. The budget’s approval comes after months...

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