With the growing concern regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), below are parish resources, preventative information, communication updates and important links. To learn more about the outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and its symptoms, prevention & treatment, testing, and more, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Job Opportunities

The  COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in job losses, furloughs and layoffs for many in our community. The Metropolis has endeavored to partner with employers and businesses to offer our parishioners employment opportunities to help them through this crisis. We invite parishioners who can offer, or are aware of, job openings to contact us so that we may consider sharing them on this page.


Another helpful resource is LinkedIn’s Learning Path “Finding a Job During Challenging Economic Times,” a series of videos on how to create a recovery plan, cultivate resilience, explore career options, update your resume, network virtually, and improve your job search and interview skills.


At-Home Caregivers for Seniors

Hellenic Foundation - Chicago, IL

Teacher Substitute (Temporary)

Lutheran Home - Arlington Heights, IL


Lutheran Home - Arlington Heights, IL

On-Call Security Officer

Lutheran Home - Arlington Heights, IL

Reimbursement Specialist

Lutheran Home - Arlington Heights, IL

Accountant/Tax Preparer (Full-Time)

Parhas & Associates, Ltd. - Palos Hills, IL

Parish Youth Director (Full-Time)

Sts. Peter & Paul Greek Orthodox Church - Glenview, IL

Warehouse Worker (Temporary)

CoreCentric Solutions Inc. - Carol Stream, IL


Assistance Programs   

Community Care Program for Seniors

If you or a loved one is a senior in need of in-home caregiving services, please consider whether you qualify for free services through the Community Care Program established by the Illinois Department on Aging. To learn more about the program or to apply for benefits, call the Senior Help Line at the Department on Aging at 1-800-252-8966 or visit www2.illinois.gov\aging.


The Hellenic Foundation, which has served the Greek American senior community for decades, has bilingual staff members who are able to answer general questions about the Community Care Program. For more information, please call 773-631-5222 Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or visit www.hellenicfoundation.org/community-care-program.


The following basic requirements must be met by the senior applying for the services:

  • Age 60 or older

  • Determined physically in need of service, meaning at least moderately impaired

  • Must be an Illinois resident

  • Must meet the asset requirements (under $17,500 annual income per person or under $35,000 per couple – more details are provided by the Community Care Program case manager)

  • Must already have or apply for Medicaid


Once approved for in-home services, a senior can choose the Hellenic Foundation to provide the approved services. Alternatively, the Illinois Department on Aging allows a family member or friend to provide services to the senior, while he/she would receive training and compensation from the Hellenic Foundation (spouses and persons with power of attorney are excluded for this position).


Submit a Job or Assistance Opportunity

Employers and businesses are invited to partner with the Metropolis to offer employment opportunities and humanitarian assistance to our community. Please submit the form below to be considered.

Submit an Opportunity

Note: If the service or job opportunity is still available past the expiration date listed, please resubmit the form after the listing has expired.


Latest Video Messages

Wednesday, April 22

"Our Identity Has Been Established by Christ Through His Sacrifice, Not By Professional Titles"

Metropolitan Nathanael reminds us that as Greek Orthodox Christians, our identity has been established by Christ through His Sacrifice, not by professional titles.

Tuesday, April 14

"Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis and Its Implications on Our Metropolis"

Metropolitan Nathanael moderates a discussion with health care, public health and law enforcement from professionals on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Featuring professionals from Northwestern University Healthcare System, Howard Brown Health, and the Chicago Police Department.

Friday, April 3

"PSA: Stay Home. Save Lives. (Greek Version Only)"

Metropolitan Nathanael of Chicago and Dr. George Chiampas, ER Doctor at Northwestern University, have an important message regarding the safety measures needed to care for our elderly and communities to stop the spread of coronavirus.

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