The Center on Wrongful Convictions,
Northwestern University School of Law
Under the auspices of the Bluhm Legal Clinic, the Center's mission is to identify and rectify wrongful convictions and other serious miscarriages of justice, a mission that has three components: representation, research, and public education.
The pre-eminent organization for integrating special needs children with their typically developing peers and for training parents and professionals in the treatment of autism and communication disorders.
Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work
Loyola has the oldest school of social work among all Catholic universities, beginning in 1914 and enjoying continuous accreditation since 1921. It has been a major influence in the education and training of clinicians who have populated the profession both in Chicago and across the country. Its student-published journal, Praxis, is a highly-regraded resource for both academicians and clinicians.
National Association of Social Workers - Illinois Chapter
The Illinois chapter of the national professional association of social workers.
Additionally, special thanks to:
Beth Binsky, for logo and graphic design
Mark Cassidy, for website assistance
Jed Wood, for original website assistance
The Gabe W. Miller Memorial Foundation is pleased to count among its friends these organizations which, except as noted, influenced Gabe and whose visions he shared.