Chicago Alliance for Collaborative Effort records

Descriptive Summary

Chicago Alliance for Collaborative Effort records
Chicago Alliance for Collaborative Effort
Illinois. Department of Children and Family Services, Chicago Alliance for Collaborative Effort. Juvenile Justice Task Force, Illinois Law Enforcement Commission
17 linear ft. (38 boxes)
Material is in English unless otherwise noted.

Scope and Content

Correspondence, newsclippings, pamphlets, and other records of the Chicago Alliance for Collaborative Effort and of its Juvenile Justice Task Force, which worked to develop an integrated system of service delivery to youth, especially in the area of juvenile justice.

Conditions for Access

The collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

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Preferred Citation

A common citation for archives is as follows: Item, Folder number and/or title, Box number, Collection title, ID number, Repository name, location.

Custodial History

Gift of the office of Edward Marciniak in 1987.

Biography or History

The Chicago Alliance for Collaborative Effort (CACE) was founded 1973, as a collaborative effort of private charitable organizations, such as Chicago Boy Scouts of America, Chicago Boys Clubs, Chicago Community Trust, United Charities and the YMCA, and government departments and agencies involved in human care, such as the Chicago Housing Authority, Department of Human Services, and the Mayor's Office of Manpower. Its offices were based at Loyola University's Institute for Urban Life.

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