The Village of Worth, is a suburb of the City of Chicago, located in Cook County. The Village is named after named after General William Jenkins Worth, who served in the War of 1812 and the Mexican War.
In 1858 John Crandall built the first home in town on 111th Street, 31 additional residential homes soon followed. In 1883 the town’s population was around 100 residents. In 1914, with the population around 300, residents founded the Village of Worth. The Village of Worth is surrounded by historic waterways. Its north border touches a 14,000 year-old water way known today as Stony Creek. This creek was also once known as the Big Feeder during the Illinois and Michigan Canal era.
It was incorporated as a village in 1914.
Health Advocates Homecare offers all of our in-home care services to the Worth area. Visit our Services page for a complete listing of all the in-home care options we provide or simply click a link listed below:
Services in Worth:
- Worth ALS Care
- Worth Alzheimer’s Care
- Worth Arthritis Care
- Worth Assisted Living Care
- Worth Cancer Care
- Worth Companion Care
- Worth Dementia Care
- Worth Elder Care
- Worth Geriatric Management Care
- Worth Home Care
- Worth Hospice Support Care
- Worth MS Care
- Worth Parkinson’s Support & Care
- Worth Personal Care
- Worth Respite Care
- Worth Senior Care
- Worth Short-Term Recovery Care
- Worth Transportation for Seniors Care