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Mrs. Wolff


Social Worker
Early Childhood, Kindergarten (Eisenhuth and Larson), First Grade, and Fourth Grade

I am so excited to be back and filling in again for Mrs. Karapanos for the 2015-2016 school year! I am originally from Buffalo Grove but have spent several years in Central Illinois before moving back to the Chicago area. I received my Bachelor's Degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Psychology and my Master's Degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago in School Social Work. Prior to working at Indian Grove, I was the School Social Worker at Edison Elementary School in Danville, Illinois. 

School Social work services are provided to students when social, emotional, behavioral or academic difficulties interfere with daily school functioning. In addition, the social worker is available to parents and teachers as a consultant and resource for various topics including normal development, behavioral difficulties, peer issues, school adjustment and self esteem.

School social work services can either be individual, group or in the classroom. Students can receive individual sessions for specific issues which impact their daily functioning. The group setting gives students the opportunity to share with other students with similar concerns. Classroom sessions are used most often as an integral portion of our character education curriculum.

If you feel that your child is in need of social work services, please feel free to contact me at 224-612-7535 or  You can also contact your child's teacher to talk about your concerns and assess if a social work referral is necessary.  

During the 2015-16 school year, I will be working with the following students:
Early Childhood, Mrs. Eisenhuth's class (K), Mrs. Larson's class (K), 1st grade, and 4th grade
Mrs. Levy will be working with students from K- Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Russo, and Ms. Klawans' classrooms, 2nd grade, 3rd grade and 5th grade. She can be contacted at or 224-612-7541.

Community Resources

The following is a list of local community agencies which can help you, a family member or your family as a whole, to deal with social, emotional, and/or behavioral issues. Many of them do have fees on a sliding scale. Please feel free to contact us if you are in need of additional referrals.

Village of Mt. Prospect Human Services Department- provides resources for emergency assistance, counseling andconcrete services.

50 South Emerson Street
Mt. Prospect, Il 60056

The Community Connections Center-The Human Services Department coordinates the center, and works with individuals and families to enhance their social, mental and physical well being by providing counseling, advocacy, case management, health screenings, social services and nursing outreach, information and referral, and emergency financial assistance.

1711 W.Algonquin Rd
Mt. Prospect, IL 60056


Alexian Brothers Health System-provides a variety of services including outpatient counseling and in patient treatment



Catholic Charities-provides a variety of resources including counseling, education, emergency assistance, legal, homelessness and pregnancy/maternity assistance


Omni Youth Services

Arlington Heights: 847-253-6010

Salvation Army Counseling Center-Des Plaines, Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates


Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault- Crisis center services are confidential, free and available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Also known as Northwest CASA

For crisis center information and locations go

Community Alternatives Unlimited-provides services for people who are coping with both the short and long term effects of any disabling condition, as well as for individuals dealing with the conditions of poverty.

1580 South Milwaukee Ave, Suite 402
Libertyville, IL 60048

ALLKIDS-healthcare for all kids


Kenneth Young Center-provides outpatient services for children and adolescents such as individual therapy, family therapy, community support, case management and group therapy.

1001 Rohlwing Rd
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007