Crisis Center for South Suburbia is committed to being an inclusive and diverse organization. We strive to provide services and support to everyone, including those of differing abilities and backgrounds. Crisis Center for South Suburbia has invested in helping more people access essential information on our website. It is important to us that individuals with varying visual abilities, non-native English speakers, or people who have difficulty reading text on a screen are able to access our web pages more efficiently and find the support they need.
With the introduction of Recite Me on our website, those with a disability, learning difficulty, low visual impairment, or who speak English as a second language, can access information barrier-free. The toolbar includes a variety of features, such as a screen reader, reading aids, fully customizable styling options, and a translation tool with over 100 languages. The Recite Me accessibility tool is accessible on a laptop, desktop, tablet, or mobile phone.