Covenant Ability Network provides loving homes and fulfilling lifestyles for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. With locations in, Illinois, Michigan, and Minnesota, Covenant Ability Network creates opportunities for adults with disabilities to live enriched lives in the comfort and safety of a supportive environment.
In 1921 in Princeton, Illinois, Covenant Children’s Home and Family Services opened as a refuge for orphans and children whose families could not care for them. Today, the ministry encompasses a broad range of services and community-based partnerships that seek to address the complex circumstances that put children and youth at risk, including grants and financial support.
Ädelbrook provides hope and healing to children and families in a Christian environment. Meeting the developmental and behavioral challenges of children and young adults through a range of professional, educational, residential and therapeutic options, Ädelbrook aims to continue its growth in order to provide a continuum of care and meet the ever-changing needs of those we serve.