Our purpose at Heartline is to teach individuals how to ‘fish’ (care for their needs) by providing informative, hands-on, learning opportunities that will empower them to live independent, healthy, whole, and productive lives within and in support of our community. With the assistance of CEFCU and University of Illinois Extension, we offer classes open to all members of our community.
Heartline Classes are held several times each month in the Heartline Community Room at 300 Reagan in Eureka, IL.
Check back often as we are always adding to our Classes.
Our Program Topics include:
Practical & Physical Budgeting
Healthy Cooking and Nutrition
Household Organization & Management
Active Faith / Spirituality
Addiction Recovery & Support
Contact us at (309) 467-6101, ext 2 and speak with Brenna to learn more about qualifications, requirements, or to participate in our classes. We are always looking for subject matter experts who may be willing to teach a class of interest to our clients and community.