LIST: Spring break ‘safe havens’ for Chicago kids

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CHICAGO — Thousands of Chicago Public School kids with few or no options now have a place to go during spring break.

Mayor Emanuel is announcing expansion of the Safe Haven program at community centers and churches throughout the city.

The program will offer up to 8,000 students a positive and safe environment during next week’s break.

It includes enrichment activities and meals.

Safe Haven also provides kids with after-school, summer and winter programming throughout the year.

There are 120 Safe Haven sites in Chicago.

For a list of the 120 Safe Haven site locations, please visit:



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