The Employment First Act focuses on breaking down barriers and supporting people with I/DD and/or mental illness in their desire to obtain jobs and wages in the community. Read more Employment Matters Success Stories.

OnPointe Training and Consulting

OnPointe provides training and consultation services on evidence-based programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and mental illness. Click here to learn more.

Remembering Doug Cygan 

We are deeply saddened by the news of Doug Cygan’s passing. Our organization was truly honored to have Doug as a member of the NorthPointe family, and he will be greatly missed. Click here to read more.



Special Olympics Athlete Lauren Massong, a NorthPointe Program Participant, takes Gold and Bronze Medals at 2018 USA Games 

NorthPointe Resources program participant Lauren Massong took home a gold and bronze medal from the Special Olympics 2018 USA Games in Seattle, Washington that took place in July. Qualifying in four separate events, Lauren took home gold in the 200 meter and bronze in the mini javelin throw, as well as a 4th place ribbon in the 100 meter. Click here to read more.

NorthPointe is one of three organizations in Illinois, and the ONLY one in Lake County providing behavioral health services to people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. 

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The Green Room Displays ART360 Art

The fine folks at the Green Room of Libertyville will be featuring paintings created by ART360 program participants in their restaurant this month. 

The Green Room is a lively, homelike “world bistro.” The menu blends comfort food from numerous cultures with haute cuisine in a family friendly environment. For more information on this awesome restaurant or to view a full  menu please visit: http://www.thegreenroomlibertyville.com/

Caregiver Connections CARF InternationalHealth Matters Program  IARF OnPointe Training & Consulting

Since 1953, NorthPointe Resources has served people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) and/or mental illness in Northern Illinois counties. NorthPointe Resources offers a variety of support services developed to ensure program participants achieve the highest levels of independence and community involvement. Every year there are approximately 500 participants in NorthPointe’s community-focused award-winning programs.