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Helping Hands has new home

Published: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 3:13 p.m. CDT
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From left: Dr. Asok K. Ray with Mary Beth Hepp, executive director, and Linda Durkan, chief philanthropy officer.
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Kim Wallner and Sarah Lamy in their new La Grange Park home.

LA GRANGE PARK – Helping Hand Center opened the doors to its newest home in La Grange Park this past May.

The new facility will be home to seven people with developmental disabilities. Helping Hand Center provides homes throughout the community to assist those with disabilities and help them reach their highest level of independence.

The Countryside-based nonprofit – which serves 640 children and adults – has 12 additional group homes where more than 80 individuals reside.

For more information on the center, visit www.hhcenter.org or call 708-352-3580.

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