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Due to COVID-19 health concerns for our clients, counselors, vendors, and staff, we have limited in-person services. Our Grief Groups are currently not meeting, but our Clothes Closet is now open with new restrictions.

Please call our office for any immediate needs and alternative service options.

Service Agencies

We can link you up to over 80 area health and human service agencies. From infant screenings to in home senior care, we can help you find the help you need.
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Our Programs

We are helping neighbors in our community every day through our meals program, clothing closet, Holiday Spirit and other services. Read More >

Support Groups

All of our adult support groups meet monthly at the Elburn & Countryside Community Center in Elburn. Read More >

Conley Outreach is committed to serving the needs of the community through a variety of programs ranging from parent support to volunteer training and hands-on service.  While the programs may change as needs and resources change, our commitment to our community is unchangeable.

Food For Thought - Blogs & Insights

Food for Thought – The Storm Clouds of Our Hearts

 “When after heavy rain the storm clouds disperse, is it not that they’ve wept themselves clear to the end?”    Ghalib  Grief is a natural response of the heart. Grieving, we allow ourselves to feel the truth of the pain that our loss has left with us.  As we mourn, we allow our bodies to…

Food for Thought – Who Am I Now?

Many of us are experiencing our own personal grief over the death of a loved one, along with the collective grief during the pandemic. In my private counseling practice, I have heard many clients say, “I don’t know who I am anymore.” The world is less predictable, less “normal,” to us. We find ourselves reacting…

Food for Thought – The Three C’s for Holiday Grief

Holidays can be especially difficult while mourning the loss of a significant person in your life, and we may feel shut down. When that happens, it sometimes helps us to think about what choices we do have about the holidays. Bruce Conley created a helpful handout called “Holiday Planner.” He encourages us to think about…