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Libenu

8052 Monticello Ave #210
Skokie, IL 60076
Phone: 847-213-0514
Email: info@libenu.org
Web: http://www.libenu.org
Contact: Shana Erenberg

Libenu is at the forefront of independence and inclusion for adults and children with disabilities and is internationally recognized as one of the most innovative organizations in the United States. Libenu uses person-centered planning to provide a gold standard of care in all of its programs. Libenu's mission is to provide residential, vocational, and respite opportunities for children and adults with disabilities to live with dignity and respect, as fully included members of our community.

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