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The Southland Recovery Coalition (SRC) is comprised of four organizations which include: Cornerstone Community Development Corporation, NFP (Cornerstone CDC); Indigenous Community Service Center (ICSC); and Together We Cope (TWC). SRC endeavors to create a recovery-oriented system of care in the south suburban region of Cook and Will Counties.


Our Vision: To promote recovery by inspiring hope, improving communication, building peer support, and highlighting and sharing access to resources in the Southland region. The mission of SRC is to eradicate the stigmas associated with addiction recovery by promoting systemic improvements to the overall health, wellness, and recovery of individuals and families impacted by substance use, addiction, and mental illness.


These municipalities include but are not limited to:

Alsip • Blue Island • Bridgeview • Calumet City • Chicago Heights • Chicago Ridge • Country Club Hills • Crestwood • Evergreen Park • Ford Heights • Glenwood • Harvey • Hazel Crest • Hickory Hills • Hometown • Homewood • Lansing • Lynwood • Markham • Merrionette Park • Midlothian • Oak Forest • Oak Lawn • Orland Hills • Orland Park • Palos Heights • Palos Hills • Palos Park • Posen • Robbins • Sauk Village • Tinley Park and Worth. SRC also serves the southeastern corridor of Will County, which includes parts of Park Forest, Steger, and University Park; along with Crete, Monee, and training/community workshop(s) in Joliet.


Our partners have been hard at work to provide a supportive recovery community and formed this ROSC Council to significantly help to expand access to resources for south suburban individuals and families impacted by substance use. SRC is building a holistic, comprehensive network of services. SRC is putting in systematic efforts to develop a robust public health approach that focuses on the prevention of substance use problems in the general population.

The Southland Recovery Coalition is changing communities and restoring lives!

Lead Fiscal Agent

Cornerstone CDC has been assisting south suburban communities since 1968, with a mission to improve the quality of life from the underprivileged and to assist vulnerable populations in times of crisis, emphasizing emergency, supportive and educational services to individuals and families until they stabilize.

SRC Partner Agency

Since 2014, ICSC has provided health and human services to over 10,000 households, while enhancing the nature and flow of resources to Indigenous people in the Chicagoland region.

SRC Partner Agency

Since 1982, Together We Cope has been bridging the gap for south suburban residents in 27 communities by supplying food, shelter, clothing, and referrals, empowering them to return to self-sufficiency.

All Pathways Lead to Recovery!              Changing Communities...Restoring Lives!

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