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The Advocate Behavioral Health Network provides mental health services in a wide array for conditions and life stressors such as
poor self-esteem, parenting concerns, lack of motivation, family conflict, stress. grief and loss, ADHD, anxiety
depression, marital or couple discord, bipolar disorder. poor communication, substance abuse and addictions
anger and irritability, eating disorders, school-related problems, and social isolation.

Scheduling: 872-843-0200
24-hour crisis line: 773-296-5380

Social Services
Wellness

Www.achelps.org office@achelps.org Alternatives Counseling provides treatment and evaluation
for a range of problems including domestic violence, anger management, sexual abuse (victims
and offenders), self injury, and trauma. Additionally they provide counseling in the areas of marriage
and family issues, They also provide psychosexual evaluations, mental health counseling, and
services for those with special needs and Developmental Disabilities and more. Alternatives
Counseling serves children, teens, adults and families. HOURS: Business office -
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Service hours - Day, evening, and weekend hours
by appointment FEE: Most insurances accepted; Medicaid Managed Care Options plans; Medical
card not accepted unless through DCFS referrals; call for rates

Jackie Knowles, Office Manager
Office@achelps.org

Wellness
Social Services

Apostolic Christian Lifepoints

Tazewell County
English

Intermediate care facilities, CILAS

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

ASSOCIATION HOUSE OF CHICAGO

Cook County
English

Association House High School offers a competitive academic environment, tutoring and mentoring.
Behavioral Health offers prevention, treatment, and education for children, youth and adults facing emotional and mental health issues.
Child Welfare provides prevention and intervention and finds loving homes for children through guardianship and adoption.
Community Health provides health outreach, education and intervention.
Workforce Development offers programs in response to community needs for education and economic improvement.
The Home Based Support Services (HBSS) program is a fee-for-service program funded by the Illinois Department of Human Services. This program is tailored to meet individual's evolving needs and preferences for supports allowing them to continue living in their own home.

Juan Carlos Linares, President and CEO

https://www.associationhouse.org/contact-us/
(773) 772-7170

Social Services
Wellness

Aunt Martha's provides Telehealth, mobile Covid-19 Testing Units, flu shots, care coordination, child welfare services.
Community Wellness, and Crisis Intervention services. Additionally services provided by Aunt Martha's include, dental care, foster care, health Care services,
mental health services as well as primary care
Services for Families such as Crisis Intervention
Family Reunification and Family Preservation are also provided. Additionally, Aunt Martha's provides substance abuse services.

(708) 747-7100

Social Services

Austin Special Chicago

Cook County
English

Austin Special Chicago offers door-to-door Transportation service, a unique and essential
resource made available to individuals receiving our program services Programs include
developmental training and residential programs.
773.282.9992
Maricel Roy Aban: Executive Director
info@austinspecial.org

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities

AVANCER HOMES, LLC

DeKalb County
English

Avancer Homes offer warm, caring residential homes and skilled supervision for
adults with disabilities. Each of our 18 homes is located in quiet residential neighborhoods. Our persons
served and our staff develop lasting relationships from which they make meaningful connections and thrive.
Avancer is also a provider of day services, including, social
and communication skills training, community integration, communication skills
development, daily living activities and behavior management

Desiree Bailey-Executive Director

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Avenues to Independence

Cook County
English

Avenues to Independence provides a variety of flexible day programming options located in the northwest suburbs and Chicago. These include contract packaging jobs, community employment, workforce training, computer training, art programming, and entrepreneurial opportunities.
Avenues develops employment opportunities, on-the-job training and support services for persons employed in the community. We provide job searching, application and interviewing skills, and job coaches on a limited basis. We strive to develop a good match between the employer, the employee and co-workers for the best outcome.
Avenues operates residential homes and apartments throughout Des Plaines and Park Ridge. For information on all Avenues residential programs please contact our Admissions department at 847-541-5250 ext. 2108 or email admissions@avenuestoindependence.org.

Our Community Living Facility (CLF) offers adults an opportunity for semi-independent living with staff members on the premises 24 hours a day to assist and train individuals in various daily living skills.

Most of Avenues' Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA) homes provide 24 hour staff on premises support. The men and women living in these homes received personalized support from dedicated staff.

The Independent Living Arrangement (ILA) program offers more customized support services including skills training, personal assistance and employment related services. All services are designed to meet each individual's needs, preferences, and strengths regardless of abilities


847-292-0870

Jason Clark-President and CEO
jasonclark@avenuestoindependence.org

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities

Best Buddies Chicago

Cook County
English

Best Buddies provides jobs, friendships and leadership opportunities for people with
intellectual disabilities (IDD). The Best Buddies Friendship Program places people with
IDD in one to one friendships with those without.
The Best Buddies jobs program places participants in integrated work settings with
competitive wages. The Best Buddies Ambassador Leadership Program
provides opportunities for those with and without intellectual disability to hone their leadership
skills through writing and speaking opportunities to advance the mission of inclusion for
people with IDD.

illinois@bestbuddies.org

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities

Bethshan Association

Cook County
English

Bethshan is a faith based organization that operates sixteen homes in the
southwest suburbs of Chicago to people who have intellectual disabilities.
Residents in our homes receive supervision and training from qualified, highly trained
Bethshan employees. We have been providing these services with excellence since 1978,
and are committed to continuing to offer an array of living environments to provide lifelong
care and support.

708-371-0800
info@bethshan.org

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Adult Day Services offers individualized support and education to persons with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 18 years and older, with an emphasis on vocational training and the teaching of daily living skills.


Life Enrichment provides experiences and education in the community through volunteer projects and recreation, through exercise classes, Life Skills classes, job readiness, music, and creativity.
Specialized Services offers individualized support for people living with Autism or Sensory Processing Disorder. The program specializes in sensory-sensitive disabilities. It provides an inclusive environment and is designed to meet unique needs of every individual being served.
Employment offers support to people who are interested in community job placement, while providing businesses with quality employees. Offers work in contracted services as well.
Volunteerism Blue Cap participates in volunteer activities in the community, the Food Pantry at Blue Cap and surrounding community to build skills and give back. People gain skills through volunteerism which can greater serve in employment opportunities.
Senior Program offers older individuals living with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities the opportunity to retain their current life skills while embracing their golden years.
Blended Approach Participation in multiple programs is part of a "Blended Day." A blended day is an approach to creating an open environment where people can choose which activities they would like to do for the day. For example, someone can spend half a day volunteering and the other half in recreational activities.

Residential offers a variety of supportive living arrangements in the community. People live in their community with staff support for all aspects of daily living, caring for their home, and interacting and participating in their community. Residential services basically supports life.

For more information about Employment, Volunteerism, and Senior Program, contact Marge Pyzik, Director of Adult Day Services, at MargeP@blue-cap.org.
Home-Based Services offers a facilitator to support families receiving services for children and adults with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities who are living at home. Service Facilitation includes case management services to assist individuals and families in gaining access to needed Waiver and other Medicaid State Plan services, medical, social, educational and other services. Service Facilitators are responsible for the day-to-day oversight and administration of the service plan and for ensuring the health, safety and welfare of the individual.


For more information about Home-Based Services, contact Lori Randle, Director of Home-Based Services, at Lori.Randle@blue-cap.org.
Patricia Thiese-Executive Director
Pat.Thies@blue-cap.org

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities

Bobby E. Wright provides services in the areas of mental health, substance abuse, and
developmental
disabilities.
Areas focused on Bobby E. Wright in
the area of developmental training include gross motor development, cognitive development.
self-esteem,enhanced language usage/communication skills as well as socialization and
adaptive and independent living skills

Bobby E. Wright also provides inpatient and outpatient programs in the areas of substance abuse.
Psychiatric and residential programs are also offered.
(773) 722-7900

Wellness
Social Services

Visit the website or call 618-664-1442 for more information on the resources and services available through the Bond County Health Department.
Email: bchd@bchd.us

Health
Social Services

Visit the website for the Boone County Health Department or call (815) 244-2951 to learn more about the services and resources offered.

Health
Social Services

Bureau County Health Department

Bureau County
English

This is the contact information for the Bureau Couny Health Department
815-872-5091

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

Bureau County Health Department

Bureau County
English

This is the website for the Bureau County Health Department. Contact information below:
(815) 875-3344
Sshireman@calhouncountyhealth.net

Health
Social Services

Calhoun County Health Department

Calhoun County
English

This is the website for the Calhoun County Health Department
(618) 576-2428

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

Caritas Family Solutions

Effingham County
English

Caritas Family Solutions provides services such as adoption, pregnancy services, and
foster care, They also provide services to keep families together and services to pregnant
women. Additionally they operate community integrated Living Arrangements (CILAS) for
people with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

https://caritasfamilysolutions.org/contact-us/

Developmental Disabilities
Wellness
Social Services

Carroll County Health Department

Carroll County
English

The website for the Carroll County Health Department

815-244-8855

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

This is the website for the Cass County Health Department
217-452-3057

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

CEFS is a social service provider that assists low-income people with immediate life necessities such as
food, shelter,and Transportation Services are provided for children, and in areas of education. Additional
services are provided in the areas of emergencies, employment, housing, nutrition, Transportation, outreach and
utility assistance. Meals on wheels, a food pantry, and SNAP is also provided,

Financial Assistance
Social Services
Housing

Centennial Counseling Center

DuPage County
English

Centennial Counseling Center serves individuals and families navigating the issues of
depression, ADHD, adoptions, family conflict, divorce, anxiety disorders
trauma (PTSD) and issues relating to the LGBTQ lifestyle.

Additionally they address issues pertaining to grief & loss and autism spectrum disorder
as well as panic and phobia disorders and eating disorders
Methods to address these issues include attachment therapy and couples therapy
Centennial Counseling Center addresses difficult Life Transitions through tactics such as
play therapy/Autplay, psychological testing and anger management

https://centennialcounseling.com/contact/
815-786-8606

Wellness
Social Services

CRA provides community based housing and support services to individuals with
developmental and intellectual disabilities. Twenty-Four Hour CILA
These homes have on-site shift staff available during all times when participants
are present. Staff provide both scheduled and unscheduled supports and services
as needed by participants.
Services provided include Intermittent CILA, which serves individuals whose
support plan documents that they do not require 24-hour, on-site staff presence
and documents the situations in which individuals may safely be away from direct
staff supervision. Intermittent Residential services in apartments or family homes
have staff available on call 24 hours per day. On-site shift staff are available to provide
both scheduled and unscheduled supports and services as needed by the participants
served and as specified in each participant's support plan. Additional services include
Family CILA, which is Similar to Intermittent CILA, except that individuals are provided
support in the home of their natural family/relatives and/or friends, Person Centered
Planning, where each individual will have a personalized centered support plan developed
to include group and individual events which will be designed to encourage self-care and
enhance the individual’s abilities to engage in normalized cycles of life. Other services include
community Integration where Individuals will be provided ongoing participation in community
life and time spent out of the living arrangement for events such as religious, Civic, education,
library, clubs, shopping and amusement. Other such events include participation in family activities
and celebrations (i.e. holidays, birthdays, reunions), communication (telephone and mail/email) and vacations.
Community Day Services, Health services and social habilitation are also available.

dmin@c4ra.org

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities

Centerstone

Jackson County
English

"Centerstone provides services in the areas of addiction recovery, children and Family
counseling, crisis and urgent care, forensic evaluation, housing, inpatient services,
services for those who have served in the military, pharmacy, primary care,
psychiatric care, Social Services and vocational and workplace services.

https://centerstone.org/connect-with-us/

Initial Appointments : (877) 467-3123

Main : (855) 608-3560

Fax : (618) 993-2969

Wellness
Social Services

Centerstone

Jackson County
English

"Centerstone provides services in the areas of addiction recovery, children and Family
counseling, crisis and urgent care, forensic evaluation, housing, inpatient services,
services for those who have served in the military, pharmacy, primary care,
psychiatric care, Social Services and vocational and workplace services.

https://centerstone.org/connect-with-us/

Initial Appointments : (877) 467-3123

Main : (855) 608-3560

Fax : (618) 549-3734

Wellness
Social Services

Centerstone

Williamson County
English

"Centerstone provides services in the areas of addiction recovery, children and Family
counseling, crisis and urgent care, forensic evaluation, housing, inpatient services,
services for those who have served in the military, pharmacy, primary care,
psychiatric care, Social Services and vocational and workplace services.

https://centerstone.org/connect-with-us/

Initial Appointments : (877) 467-3123

Main : (855) 608-3560

Wellness
Social Services

Centerstone provides services in the areas of addiction recovery, children and Family
Counseling, Crisis and Urgent Care, Forensic Evaluation, Housing, Inpatient services,
services for those who have served in the military, Pharmacy, Primary Care
Psychiatric Care, Social Services and Vocational and Workplace services.

https://centerstone.org/connect-with-us/
Initial Appointments:(877) 467-3123
Main (855) 608-3560

Wellness
Social Services

Centerstone

Jackson County
English

"Centerstone provides services in the areas of addiction recovery, children and Family
counseling, crisis and urgent care, forensic evaluation, housing, inpatient services,
services for those who have served in the military, pharmacy, primary care,
psychiatric care, Social Services and vocational and workplace services.


https://centerstone.org/connect-with-us/


(877) 467-3123

Wellness
Social Services

Centerstone

Madison County
English

Centerstone provides services in the areas of addiction recovery, children and Family
counseling, crisis and urgent care, forensic evaluation, housing, inpatient services,
services for those who have served in the military, pharmacy, primary care,
psychiatric care, Social Services and vocational and workplace services.

https://centerstone.org/connect-with-us/

(877) 467-3123

Wellness
Social Services

The Centerstone Fellowship House Campus provides individual therapy, family therapy,
group therapy and medication management

Wellness
Social Services

Cerebral Palsy of Southwestern Illinois provides residential CILA and home based services
for individuals diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Disabilities.

(618) 233-0210

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Chamness Care Inc.

Union County
English

Chamness Care, Inc., Community Integrated Living Arrangements provide residential services for adults with intellectual
disabilities in local community settings. Adults with an intellectual disability, reside in settings
of eight or fewer individuals and are provided
with an individually tailored array of services.


618.833.4774
chamnesscare@gmail.com

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Champaign County Health Department

Champaign County
English

The website for the Champaign, IL Health Department

(217) 352-7961
Julie Pryde
jpryde@c-uphd.org

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

Cherubim Developmental Training Program is designed to encourage, educate, and equip adults with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in a manner that empowers them to flourish in all aspects of their lives. We value each member as a unique individual and recognize that each person has a unique set of abilities that need to be nurtured and developed in a safe and stimulating environment. We believe in partnering with families and community businesses to create opportunities for both personal growth and for contributing to their communities. Cherubim use a systematic instructional approach to vocational training. Cherubim implement a range of assessment tools to identify interests and skills level, we then work closely with business leaders to identify what skills they are looking for in their employees. Cherubim matches the business skills with the interest of our members, we then customize our members employability skills to match that of the local business. This allows our members to walk into a job with the skills already learned and ready for work.
Ann Johnson-Wolff, President/CEO
630.715.7278

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

(217) 820-1651
Denise Larson
denise.larson@christiancountyhealth.org

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

Christian County Health Department

Christian County
English

Contact us for more info on health programs and COVID vaccine.

(217) 824-4113

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

CCMHA identifies the needs of persons with disabilities in Christian County and provides high quality, educational, developmental, residential, rehabilitation and employment services to support those persons and address their needs.

Outreach and In-Home Respite care are community-based services provided to individuals with Developmental Disabilities and to their natural families for the purpose of maximizing their inclusion in the community. These services include case management, budgeting, household safety, consumer skills, Transportation, use of leisure time, medication review compliance, access to health care and community integration. Outreach and In-Home Respite Care Services are designed to enable individuals to continue living in their own home in the community.


The Developmental Training Program promotes acquisition of positive skills and behaviors in the following areas of major life activity: self-care, language/communication, learning, mobility/motor development, self-direction, capacity for independent living and productivity.

Christian County Mental Health Association also provides 24-hour intensely supervised residential services designed to provide comprehensive training and assistance with adult daily living, including: personal care, health care, Transportation, communication, economic self-sufficiency, development of interpersonal skills, budgeting, recreation and community inclusion. These services focus on creating opportunities for individual choice and promoting active involvement of family and friends.

brentd@ccmha.net
Phone: 217-824-9675

Developmental Disabilities
Wellness
Social Services
Housing

CIRCLE OF SUPPORT INC

Cook County
English

Circle of Support, Inc. offers Family CILA, Intermittent CILA, Adult and Children Home- Based Waiver programs which are funded by the IL Department of Human
Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities.



We provide services to both children and adults through the Illinois Department of Human Services and through private customized services. Our services also encompass consultation from the following professionals:psychologists, behavior therapists, and registered nurses.



We support individuals with Developmental Disabilities such as: intellectual disabilities, down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy and dual diagnosis (intellectual disability and mental health problems).

Children Services
The service involves teaching children behavior management, sensory activities, social and communication skills, home skills, and leisure activities. The agency works with school personnel to assist the child to achieve his/her established IEP (individual educational plan) objectives. This program provides direct staff support in the home on an intermittent basis.

Adult Services
In the adult program the individual may be living with their family or living on their own or with a roommate. The goal is to enhance the life of the person with special needs in order to attain independence in different life skills. The Direct Support person teaches/trains the individual in the following areas: positive behavior management, hygiene/grooming, meal preparation, cleaning, laundry, self medication, social skills, money management, grocery shopping, medical appointments, etc. We also assist in applying for social security, link card, and other benefits.

(847) 292-8523
office@circleofsupport.us

Tet Santiago

President/Director of Program Services

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

This is the website for the Clark County Health Department
(217) 382-4207
Eddie McFarland
EMcfarland@clarkhd.org

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

This is the contact information for the Clay County
Health Department
(618) 662-4406 - (800) 544-4406

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

Clearbrook

Cook County
English

Clearbrook provides employment, residential services, home based services,
mental health services, day services

847-870-7711
Administrative Offices-Katie Lynn Pagani
info@clearbrook.org

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Clinton County Health Department

Clinton County
English

To contact the Clinton County Health Department, please call (618) 594-2723 or email
Chris Leidel at health@clintonco.illinois.gov

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

Coleman Tri-County Services

Saline County
English

Coleman Tri-County Services provides developmental training, vocational or re-vocational
services and programming, supported
living services and support services to adults with Developmental Disabilities .

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Community Choices

Champaign County
English

Community Choices supports your goals to live in the community by facilitating the moving out process, including finding housing, identifying roommates (if desired), developing schedules, and finding community connections. They also provide vocational services such as job coaching and job interest exploration

communitychoices1@gmail.com
(217) 621-1090

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Developmental Disabilities
Social Services
Housing

Community Resource and counseling center provides services in the areas of outpatient
therapy and counseling, community support, crisis Intervention, and community education and
involvement. The center provides counseling in the areas of Adult Life Adjustment and
treatment for anxiety, depression and mental Illness. Additionally they provide counseling
to those who have experienced physical or sexual abuse and domestic violence. Other
areas the center provides counseling for include marital problems, adolescent adjustment,
parenting issues and anger Issues


nfo@4crcc.org
(217) 379-4302

Wellness
Social Services

Community Services of Northern Champaign Coujnty provies emergency food — (Despensa de Comida)
Monday-Friday 10:00am-4:00pm ***Bring an ID and piece of mail less than 30 days old EVERY time you come***
Other services provided by the organization include prescription assistance, Information and referral,
Holiday help with toys and food, Fax and Copy Service, and Clothing referral — (el Centro de la Ropa).
Additional services include kids’ foundation vouchers — (Fundacion de Ninos), office space for other social service agencies, Rosecrance Counseling, LIHEAP Heating and Energy Assistance, Courage Connection domestic violence and homeless service, Kruger Vision Service and Hope Springs Counseling

Call for more info: (217) 893-1530

Health
Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Financial Assistance

Residential and Independent Living
Our Residential and Independent Living Services are designed to help adults with intellectual/Developmental Disabilities access a broad spectrum of supports so that they can lead independent lives. Our participants have different needs; thus, the resources and supports that we provide are tailored specifically for each person and last as long as necessary. When an adult seeks help from CSS, we work with them to determine a mutually agreeable level of service, using the following three categories as an entry point:

People living with their families who need to build targeted skills to live independently in their community.
People living in their own homes that require intermittent support.
People living in CSS-owned group homes in need of 24-hour assistance.
Once the level of service is ascertained, we create customized service plans which outline goals and objectives that include learning, maintaining, or increasing personal and/or household management skills. Then, we provide services in the home or in the broader community, focused on such activities as housekeeping, cooking, budgeting, socialization, or vocational skills.

Supported Employment Services

Supported employment services include customized vocational training, job-search and interviewing skills, employment support and advocacy. We work with participants to identify areas of vocational interest and establish an individualized plan to obtain, and maintain, employment in their area of interest. In addition, we help businesses in the community to understand our participants and use best practices in working with people with disabilities. Ultimately, we build bridges and long-lasting relationships between employers and adults with disabilities.

Day Program
Community Support Services’ day program – Community360 – offers adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) activities where they choose meaningful ways to spend their day. Some activities include: structured volunteer work; creative classes in art, music and dance; activities of daily living; health and wellness classes; group exercise; classes structured around developing job skills and job searching; etc. Locations include CSS’ Family Support Center (FSC) in Cicero, CSS Academy in Brookfield, and various community locations.

708.354.4547
Diane Farina White-President
To contact the leadership team email: info@CSSservices.org

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Community Support System

Effingham County
English

IDD services-Day Services,
employment, and residential
services for adults

217-705-4300
ANDY KISTLER
Executive Director
akistler@arc-css.org

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

ComWell Behavioral Health Services

Washington County
English

Comwell provides service centering around areas such as mental health, developmental
disabilities, substance misuse, and residential services for those with severe and persistent
mental illness.

618-243-2091

Wellness
Social Services

ComWell Behavioral Health Services Crisis line

English

Crisis Line: 1-888-855-0034

Wellness
Social Services

Cornerstone of Illinois

Franklin County
English

Cornerstone Services provides employment services, residential services,
Behavioral health services include home based services, and industrial operations. Individual Placement and Support (IPS) employment services, the Wellness Recovery and Action Plan (WRAP), a 12-week workshop
Harm Reduction workshop, services on how to seek safety and other trauma-informed services as well as
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy.

877.444.0304

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

COVENANT ENABLING RESIDENCES OF ILLINOIS

Cook County
English

Covenant Enabling Residences of Illinois provides safe and secure Christian homes
for individuals with developmental and
intellectual disabilities
Phone (708) 687-2038
Email info@covabilityil.org

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Crawford County DHS Family Resource Center

Crawford County
English

This is the DHS office for Crawford County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

Social Services

Crosspoint Human Service Crisis Line

Vermilion County
English

This is the phone number for the Crosspoint Human Services Crisis Line
217.442.3200

Social Services

CTF Illinois

Cook County
English

CTF provides services such as CILAs, Psychosocial rehabilitation services, lifestyle supports,
and psychosocial assessments.

Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILA) include Intermittent CILA Services as well as home based supports

Other services include ACCESS Behavioral Health, a behavioral health treatment program offering a variety of services to
adults seeking evidence-based interventions with mental health disorders. Services as part of this program include
psychosocial Rehabilitation Services On-site skills training groups and social therapeutic activities. Additionally, CTF provides
therapy and counseling for individuals, couple, and families. Community Support services such as community-based skills training and skills rehearsal groups; community-based individual skills training and case
management for accessing housing, entitlements, mental health and medical care; and on-site curriculum-based training programs as well as vocational rehabilitation and Work Readiness training Community-based vocational training and rehearsal and on-site curriculum-based training programs are also available.
Psychological Assessments with
Treatment that is client-centered and recovery focused is also offered. Working together with a Master's level Qualified Mental
Health Professional (QMHP), supervised by a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), helps individuals develop their own unique Individual Treatment Plan.



To schedule intake, please call (708) 429-1260, ext. 3275

The Autism Program (TAP)
Mary Pat Ambrosino, CEO
(708) 429-1260
info@ctfillinois.org ;

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Developmental Service Center

Champaign County
English

Services provided by the Developmental Service Center include case management & family support which works to ensure that consumers’ needs are identified, assessed, planned for, and monitored through a person-centered approach. Other services include an early intervention program that offers assistance to families of infants and toddlers who are experiencing or are at risk for delays in development, or have identified special needs.

Community Day Services, which assists individuals in achieving greater levels of independence and self sufficiency through individualized instruction and support in community settings, vocational training sites, and center-based activities are also provided.

Developmental Service Center also provides residential services such as group homes, a supported apartment complex, as well as individualized training/support to maximize independence.

Additionally, employment services provides evaluation, training, employment, and support services that maximize independent living skills toward community employment and self-sufficiency..

Brad Parks
bparks@dsc-illinois.org
(217) 356-9176

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services
Housing
Employment

DHS Family Community Resource Center

Bureau County
English

To reach out to the DHS Family Commuity Resource Center for Bureau County, call
(815) 875-1134. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

Health
Social Services

DHS Family Community Resource Center

Fulton County
English

This is the contact information for the Fulton County DHS office:
(309) 547-3755. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

Social Services

DHS Family Community Resource Center

Christian County
English

Contact the DHS office for Christian County at (217) 824-3389. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

Wellness
Social Services
Developmental Disabilities

DHS Family Community Resource Center

Macon County
English

This is the Macon County DHS Office. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(217) 362-6500

Social Services

DHS Family Community Resource Center

Logan County
English

This is the Logan County DHS Office. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.
(217) 735-2306

Social Services

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Adams County

Adams County
English

This is the contact information for the Adams County DHS Office
(217) 223-0550. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

Financial Assistance
Social Services

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Champaign County

Champaign County
English

This is the contact information for the Department of Human Services in Champaign County.
(217) 278-5605. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

Health
Social Services
COVID-19

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Calumet Park

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Calumet Park area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.
(773) 660-4700

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Englewood

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Englewood area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 918-6700

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Humboldt Park

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Humboldt Park area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 292-7200

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Lower North

Cook County
English

This is the DHS Family Community Resource Center for the Lower North area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.
(773) 638-7373

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Mid South

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Humboldt Park area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 863-6100

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Mid South

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Mid South area of Cook County - Mid South. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 863-6100

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Northern

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Humboldt Park area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.
(847) 745-3200

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Northside

Cook County
English

This is the DHS for the Community Resource center on the northside of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.
(773) 907-4100

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - North Suburban

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Northern Suburban area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(847) 483-7171

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Developmental Disabilities
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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - North Suburban

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Humboldt Park area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(847) 483-7171

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Northwest

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the northwest side area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 265-7000

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Ogden

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Ogden area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 522-8370

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Roseland

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Roseland area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 660-7000

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Southeast

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Southwest area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 602-4200

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - South Loop

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the South Loop area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(312) 793-7500

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - South Suburban

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the South Suburban area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(708) 293-4700

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - Stroger - Temporarily Closed

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Stroger area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(312) 433-3300

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in Cook County - West Suburban

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the West Suburban area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(708) 338-7600

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Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

DHS Family Community Resource Center in DeKalb County

DeKalb County
English

This is the contact information for the DHS Family Community Resource Center in DeKalb County:
(815) 895-8667. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in DuPage County

DuPage County
English

This is the contact information for the DuPage County DHS office:
(630) 328-1000. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Henry County

Henry County
English

Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services. To contact the office in Henry county, call: (309) 852-5627

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Jersey County

Jersey County
English

This is the DHS office for Jersey County: (618) 498-2105. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Kane County/Aurora

Kane County
English

Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services. Phone: (630) 844-7416

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Kane County/Elgin

Kane County
English

Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services. Phone: (847) 931-2015

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Kankakee County

Kankakee County
English

Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services. Phone: (815) 939-4545

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Lake County

Lake County
English

This is the contact information for the Lake County DHS Office:
(847) 263-7778. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in LaSalle County

LaSalle County
English

This is the contact information for the LaSalle County DHS office
(815) 433-1572. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Macoupin County

Macoupin County
English

This is the contact information for the Macoupin county DHS office:
(217) 854-3145. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Madison County/Granite City

Madison County
English

This is the contact information for the Madison County/Granite City:
(618) 877-9200. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Marion County

Marion County
English

This is the contact information for the DHS Family Community Resource Center in Marion County:
(618) 532-1966. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Massac County

Massac County
English

This is the contact information for the Massac County DHS office: (618) 524-2631. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in McDonough County

McDonough County
English

This is the contact information for the McDonough County DHS office: (309) 833-4127. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in McHenry County

McHenry County
English

This is the contact information for the McHenry County DHS office: (815) 338-0234. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in McLean County

McLean County
English

This is the contact information for the McLean County DHS office: (309) 451-6000. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Mid-Illinois

Clark County
English

Contact the DHS office for Clark County at (217) 345-2188. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Mid-Illinois

Cumberland County
English

This is the DHS office for Cumberland County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.
(217) 345-2188

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This is the DHS office for Coles County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food sta

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Saline County

Saline County
English

Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services. Contact: (618) 253-7161

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in St Clair/East St Louis

St. Clair County
English

This is the contact information for the DHS office in St. Clair county
(618) 583-2300. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Union County

Union County
English

This is the contact information for the DHS office in Union County: (618) 833-2118. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Vermilion County

Vermilion County
English

This is the contact information for the Vermillion County DHS office
(217) 442-4003. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Wabash County

Wabash County
English

Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services. Contact: (618) 262-5179

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Warren County

Warren County
English

Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services. Contact: (309) 734-2159

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Whiteside County

Whiteside County
English

This is the contact information for the DHS Family Community Resource
Center in Whiteside County: (815) 632-4045. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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DHS Family Community Resource Center in Winnebago County

Winnebago County
English

Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services. Contact: (815) 987-7155

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DOMINION CILA HOMES, INC

Cook County
English

Dominion CILA Home Services Include, residential placements, community safety skills,
Risk Management Assessments, Behavior Management Program, 24-Hour Supervision
Independent Living Skills Training, Referral Services for Educational,Vocational and Day Services

Other services include community integration, financial management, supportive personal care
Home Maintenance, home safety, meal preparation, self medication management/training,
and medical oversight by professional nurses


Patricia Omorogbe, RN, BSN, President/CEO
DOMINIONCILA@YAHOO.COM

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Edgar County DHS Office

Edgar County
English

This is the contact information for the Edgar County DHS office

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Effingham County DHS Office

Effingham County
English

This is the DHS Office for Effingham County

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Elim Christian Services

Cook County
English

Elim Christian Services provides services such as self advocacy,
recreation and leisure, case management, assistive technology,

Bill Lodewyk, Executive Director
bill.lodewyk@elimcs.org
(708) 389-0555

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El Valor Corporation

Cook County
English

El Valor is a nonprofit organization serving over 4,000 children, adults with
disabilities, and their families annually. Our mission is to support children,
people with disabilities, and their families to achieve excellence and participate
fully in life. Our programs exist to create opportunities that enrich and empower
vulnerable populations to become their own advocates and promote a sense of inclusion
within a learning community.

info@elvalor.net
(312) 666-4511

Developmental Disabilities
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Encore Services

DeWitt County
English

Encore Developmental Services provide education and training in
community, vocational, language,
leisure, cultural, domestic, and
social skills to adults with
developmental/intellectual disabilities.

217-935-2218
Stephanie Coonce - Director
https://encoreservices.org/about/contact-us/

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Envision Unlimited

Cook County
English

Envision Unlimited provides day programs and community living for
people with IDD. These programs include day programs. Community Living
Mental Health,Specialized Foster Care and ABA Services for Adults

(312) 346-6230
Kharece Dean
Community Living Coordinator
kdean@envisionunlimited.org

Developmental Disabilities
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Family Community Resource Center

Mason County
English

This is the contact information for the Mason County DHS office. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(309) 543-3329

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Family Community Resource Center

DeKalb County
English

Opportunity House is a non-profit community sponsored rehabilitation center
serving adults with Developmental Disabilities in DeKalb County. For over 50
years, Opportunity House has provided a positive quality of life for our clients,
offering programs and services to meet their employment, housing and social needs.

815 895 5108
info@ohinc.org

Developmental Disabilities
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Family Community Resource Center

Franklin County
English

This is the DHS office for Franklin County
(618) 439-4351

Social Services

Family Community Resource Center

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Humboldt Park area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 638-7373

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Family Community Resource Center

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Humboldt Park area of Cook County. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

(773) 753-2406

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

Family Community Resource Center-Humboldt Park

Cook County
English

This is the DHS office for the Humboldt Park area of Cook County
Phone: (773) 292-7200

Social Services
Developmental Disabilities
Wellness

Fayco Enterprises

Fayette County
English

FAYCO Enterprises provides various services that facilitate the needs of the individual as well as many other specialized programs.such as a residential program,
a day program, and employment services

Bob Lindbeg
bobl@fayco.org
Phone: Voice/TDD (618) 283-0638
Fax: (618) 283-3892

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Freedom Woods

Cook County
English

Freedom Woods specializing in equine therapy for those affected by ADD or other
hyperactivity disorders, autism, cerebral palsy, developmental delay or disability,
head trauma and brain injury, learning or intellectual disabilities, multiple sclerosis,
orthopedic issues, speech, visual, or hearing impairment, spina bifida, spinal
cord injury, and PTSD

Contact Us — Freedom Woods

Recreation
Developmental Disabilities
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Gateway Region Medical Center offers psychiatric care for children and adolescents,
ages six to 17 years of age through programs such as family therapy, group therapy
and individual therapy. Treatment is also offered for those living with psychiatric
geriatric services through a cognitive disorder program offering treatment for patients
aged 55 years or older experiencing symptoms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s
disease or mental impairments resulting from a stroke or physical condition. Our
therapeutic program includes education, group therapy, individual and
family counseling, medication management and recreational activities. Regularly
scheduled meetings are held with a psychiatrist and a social worker to discuss follow-
up plans and discharge arrangements. Additionally they offer in patient services including cognitive and dialectical behavior therapies, couples and family therapy,
individual counseling, medication management, motivational
enhancement, pain management, parenting training, and supportive listening and
problem solving.

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Gateway Services

Bureau County
English

Gateway Services offers community day services, residential services, employment services, counseling services. To contact Gateway, reach out to Cristina Hughes, Coordinator of Family Support, at 847-272-5111 ext. 541.

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Gateway Services

Putnam County
English

Gateway Services offers community day services, residential services, employment services, counseling services. To contact Gateway, reach out to Cristina Hughes, Coordinator of Family Support, at 847-272-5111 ext. 541.

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Giant Steps

DuPage County
English

Giant Steps is an innovative educational and therapeutic program for individuals living with
autism. We take pride in offering specialized programming to enrich the daily lives of each
student and/or young adult with autism. Services include a day school, equine therapy, and an
adult day program

(630) 864-3800
Sylvia Smith, Executive Director
ssmith@mygiantsteps.org

Developmental Disabilities
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The Behavioral Wellness Center is an outpatient behavioral health
clinic that provides outpatient psychiatric and psychotherapeutic
services. We care for patients of varying ages with a wide range of
behavioral health issues such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders,
psychosis, behavioral disorders, childhood disorders, etc. The Center is
open from 8am to 4pm Monday through Friday

(217) 784-4251

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Gigi's Playhouse

Lake County
English

Gigi's Playhouse offers a variety of services for those living with Down Syndrome.
Their programs include social and life skills programming for people with Down
Syndrome of all ages such as career preparation life skills programming, fitness
classes, cooking classes, and opportunities for socialization.

deerfield@gigisplayhouse.org

(847) 964-9604

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Gigi's Playhouse

McHenry County
English

Gigi's Playhouse offers a variety of services for those living with Down Syndrome.
Their programs include social and like sills programming for people with Down
Syndrome of all ages such as career preparation life skills programming, fitness
classes, cooking classes, and opportunities for socialization.

(815) 385-PLAY (7529)
mchenry@gigisplayhouse.com

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Gigi's Playhouse

Cook County
English

Gigi's Playhouse offers a variety of services for those living with Down Syndrome.
Their programs include social and like sills programming for people with Down
Syndrome of all ages such as career preparation life skills programming, fitness
classes, cooking classes, and opportunities for socialization.

Hoffman Estates@gigisplayhouse.org
847-885-PLAY

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Good Shepard Manor Inc.

Kankakee County
English

Good Shepherd Manor strives to serve the needs of men with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Good Shepard Manor includes nursing facilities and Community Integrated Living Arrangements. Nursing professionals are available during normal waking hours along with scheduled, regular visits by the medical director, podiatrist, psychiatrist, physical and occupational therapists, neurologist, and other specialists as needed. Additional specialty services, such as on-site x-rays and Hospice care, are also provided.

(815) 472-3700
Erin Richey. Director of Development
erichey@goodshepherdmanor.org

Developmental Disabilities
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Grand Prairie health services provides mental health services such as primary care, pediatrics,
psychiatry, mental health and substance abuse services as well as spiritual Care and health &
wellness groups. Their services for people with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities include a
can crushing program, social clubs, community participation and recreation and leisure activities. Additionally, they
also provide senior services and other services such as Vocational Skills, Medical Services
money management, physical mobility training and personal care



intakes@GPSBH.org

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Healthcare Alternative Systems offers services centering around substance abuse and mental health.
Mental health services include clinical assessments, individual and family therapy, psychiatric evaluations,
medication monitoring, and case management. Healthcare Alternative Systems also offers services such as
assessment and referral, DUI evaluation and education, continuing care, transitional housing, probation
parole services, anger management, partner abuse intervention program, and a domestic violence program

773-252-3100

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Healthcare Alternative Systems offers services centering around substance abuse and mental health.
Mental health services include clinical assessments, individual and family therapy, psychiatric evaluations,
medication monitoring, and case management. Healthcare Alternative Systems also offers services such as
assessment and referral, DUI evaluation and education, continuing care, transitional housing, probation
parole services, anger management, partner abuse intervention program, and a domestic violence program

773-252-3100

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Helping Hand Center

Cook County
English

Helping Hand Center offers a wide range of
person-centered programs and
services that enhance the
educational, therapeutic, residential,
and employment opportunities
for those we serve (adults and
children with disabilities)

(708) 352-3580 x220
Bill Dwyer-CEO
bill.dwyer@hhcenter.org

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Hope Autism Clinic

Sangamon County
English

The Autism Clinic at Hope is committed to giving children with autism spectrum disorder
professional care and attention so that they can soar. We know that the best caregivers are
families and we offer the training, advice and support that parents and other family members need.
At The Autism Clinic, we offer the full spectrum of services from birth to age 18. You can expect
excellent quality services from our team of highly qualified and credentialed staff of Board
Certified Behavior Analysts, Registered Behavior Technicians, and Licensed Therapists.

(217) 525-8332
CEO: Clint Paul
info@hope.us

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HopeSprings Counseling Services

Champaign County
English

HopeSprings Counseling Services offers counseling to youth and families in our community
who are navigating difficult life situations. Services include in-home services and school based therapy.
Phone: (217) 531-2360

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The Human Resource Development Institute provides assistance with sadness,
anxiety, substance use, school behavioral problems, social and emotional issues,
medication management, gambling concerns, crisis assessment, housing support and
healthcare

312-441-9009

info@hrdi.org

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Human Resource Development Institute Community Triage Center

Cook County
Spanish

The Community Triage Center of the Human Development Institute provides services pertaining to mental
health and substance abuse. The center is open 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
773-291-2500

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Developmental Disabilities

Illinois Center for Autism

St. Clair County
English

The Illinois center for autism provides programs such as monthly meetings, self direction assistance in the areas of Community Outreach
The Client/Family Support Program provided by the Illinois Autism Center focuses on areas such as advocacy, education, and support to individuals with ASD and their families
Guardianship, Provides Information and linkage to resources and services for persons with ASD, families, service providers and the community, and referral to doctors/dentist familiar with persons with ASD

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Illinois Mentor

Randolph County
English

Illinois Mentor provides services such as a host home program, supported living and in-home supports to people with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

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Illinois Mentor Community Services offer a variety of individualized supports
for adults with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, including case management, day
habilitation, and other services

Rochelle Johnson, IDD Program Director
rochelle.johnson@thementornetwork.com
815-464-3239

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Impact offers employment housing and clinical and supportive services. Individual counseling and therapy
Case management and independent living skills support. Clinical services include psychiatric support and
medication monitoring, nursing and healthcare coordination,medication management, group classes and
workshops as well as benefits coordination. Impact also offers housing and employment services.
info@impactbehavioral.org
847.868.8664

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JCFS Chicago

Cook County
English

Services provided by JCFS Chicago include home-based waiver for children and adults
with intellectual/Developmental Disabilities, respite support
and relief, specialized recreational camps, Sibshops©;
social activities for Jewish adults with disabilities; support,
assistance and training for independent living, and educational
and support groups covering a variety of topics of interest to people
with disabilities, family members and professionals.

Ask@JCFS.org
855-275-5237

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Joseph Rehabilitation Center

Cook County
English

Joseph Rehabilitation Center is a therapist owned organization that is registered with the Illinois Department of Business. We receive funding for our services from the Illinois Department of Health and Human Services (DHS). On the merit of the high quality services that we provide, we are accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

Our residential homes are gorgeous and they are located in safe and picturesque neighborhoods in Matteson and Tinley Park. All our residential homes are surrounded by privacy fences and they are accessible by wheelchair

rs. Adetutu O. Balogun

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Keshet

Cook County
English

Keshet is a one-of-a-kind organization that brings classroom experiences, camps, sports,
social and vocational activities, and residential opportunities to 600 people with disabilities and
special needs each year.

Adult day programs offered by Keshet include an adult day program, volunteer opportunities for Keshet participants, and self directed days
Kershet also has a day school for participants aged 3-22.

847.205.1234
Jennifer Phillips-CEO
jphillips@keshet.org ;

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This health center location provides counseling & medical Services

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This health center location provides counseling & Medical Services

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This health center location provides dental Services

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Lake County Crisis Center

Lake County
English

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LARC

Cook County
English

LARC has grown to provide day training, work activities,
and senior programming to approximately 100 individuals
from across the Chicagoland Area. Additional services include
service facilitation, services & supports in the community,
choice-driven classroom & recreational activities, job training &
placement, and community-integrated living arrangements for
44 individuals in single-family group homes throughout the
community.

708.474.1540
Ernie Gonzalez
Executive Director
egonzalez@larclansing.com

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L'ARCHE CHICAGO

Cook County
English

L’Arche homes are small and the direct support
professionals live in them as well, ensuring high-quality,
individualized care. L’Arche Chicago supports the adults
with intellectual disabilities to integrate into and develop
friendships within their neighborhood

(708) 660–1600
hello@larchechicago.org.

Developmental Disabilities
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Lawrence Crawford Association for Exceptional Citizens provides services such as community
day services, developmental training, work adjustment training, and residential training to
people with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

The services that we offer at LCAEC are grounded in relationships and helping individuals meet their
needs. We offer a protected yet challenging environment for our consumers to work, be a part of the
community, and learn to be more independent. Access to Community Day Services creates a foundation of support and education that enriches lives.

618-546-5625
info@lcaec.org

Deb Weger – Program Coordinator

dweger@lcaec.org

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Anixter Center has proudly served hundreds of thousands of people in the
Chicago area since 1919. Today, we focus our work on serving people with
disabilities, behavioral health needs, and people who are Deaf, DeafBlind,
or Hard of Hearing through a variety of programs.

AskAnixter@anixter.org
7739737900

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Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health

Sangamon County
English

Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health provides virtual intensive outpatient group programming done online for ages 12-17 and Individual daily check-ins to assess risk. Initial psychiatric evaluations are conducted upon admission. Monthly provider check-ins and bi-weekly staffings regarding treatment plan goals statuses are also conducted. Topics discussed in group counseling include anger management, emotion regulation, wellness, stress management and self-esteem. HOURS: Groups are Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.; 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m
(217) 585-1180

https://lincolnprairiebhc.com/contact-us/;

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LITTLE CITY FOUNDATION

Cook County
English

Little City Foundation provides an array of services for people with intellectual
and Developmental Disabilities, including
job coaching, readiness, exploration and training to help empower adults with disabilities find and maintain employment, foster care & adoption, fitness and recreation, a therapeutic day center, and an art center.

847-358-5510
Shawn Jeffers: Executive Director
sjeffers@littlecity.org.

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Little Friends Inc.

DuPage County
English

Operates three schools, vocational training programs,
community-based residential opportunities,
and the Little Friends Center for Autism, a valued
resource for diagnosis, comprehensive evaluations,
therapies, and trainings for parents and professionals.

630.355.6533
Mike Briggs, President & CEO
mbriggs@lilfriends.com'

Developmental Disabilities
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Misericordia Home

Cook County
English

Misericordia Home provides CILAs and other residential opportunities for people with IDD such asd
On-campus apartments, Group homes on-campus and a skilled nursing residence

Julie O'Sullivan
julieo@misericordia.com
773.973.6300

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Morgan Street Clinic

Macoupin County
English

Provides medical, dental and behavioral health services. Behavioral health
services include evaluations, medication management, and
counseling for a variety of emotional and behavioral difficulties.
Dental services provided by Morgan Street Clinic include
include exams, cleanings, fluoride
treatments, x-rays, fillings, extractions, crowns, partials and dentures.

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Morton Grove

DuPage County
English

Ray Graham offers residential, life skills, recreational and employment opportunities to people with disabilities.
People supported at Ray Graham Association have much more than a place to live—they have a home. Over 100 people with disabilities flourish in our 25+ community-based homes that promote independence and foster friendship. Accessible houses are available for people with mobility needs. We provide each person with the chance to be a part of their community and to make every day enjoyable and meaningful.

630 620-2222
info@raygraham.org

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

New Age Services Corporation

Cook County
English

New Age Service Corporation offers mental health and substance abuse treatment.,
mental health treatments offered by New Age include screening, assessment, and
diagnosis including risk assessment, outpatient mental health and substance use services
as well as targeted case management. Additional services offered include peer support,
counseling services, and family support services

https://www.newageservices.org/contact.html

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New Age Services Corporation

Cook County
English

New Age Service Corporation offers mental health and substance abuse treatment,
mental health treatments offered by New Age include screening, assessment, and
diagnosis including risk assessment, outpatient mental health and substance use services
as well as targeted case management. Additional services offered include peer support,
counseling services, and family support services

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New Age Services Corporation

Cook County
English

We have a systematic coordination of general and behavioral healthcare. Integrating
prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery services to produce the best outcomes
and caring for people with multiple healthcare needs.

Info@newageservices.org


Chicago - 773 - 542 - 1150
Elmhurst - 630 - 501 - 1742

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New Age Services Corporation

DuPage County
English

We have a systematic coordination of general and behavioral healthcare. Integrating
prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery services to produce the best outcomes
and caring for people with multiple healthcare needs.

Info@newageservices.org


Chicago - 773 - 542 - 1150
Elmhurst - 630 - 501 - 1742

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New Choice Intervention Inc. (NCII) is a community-based, behavioral health agency located
in Harvey, Illinois,and serving communities on Chicago’s south side and southern suburbs.
We provide a full range of treatment and intervention services to children, adolescents and
adults who experience depression, or any form of mental illness
and Developmental Disabilities.

http://newchoiceintervention.com/Contact.aspx

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New Star

Cook County
English

The services offered by New Star include employment services, life skills, high school transition services, vocational services, home and community based services, as well as community living and recreational services
Life skills programs include academic, life enrichment and a senior program. The High School Transition Program provides transitional services to high school students with Developmental Disabilities ages 16-21 with services such as job training, assessment, vocational services and skills development classes. Additionally, we offer fitness classes, life skills training, and other recreation opportunities. Recreational programs include Special Olympics training,community-based therapeutic activities, leisure education, special events, day and overnight trips, sports, and summer camps for children.

Home based services include personal support services, behavior intervention and treatment, training and counseling for unpaid caregivers, day program services, Transportation, physical and occupational therapies, adaptive equipment and assistive technology as well as home and vehicle modifications

Karen Hampton
khampton@newstarservices.org
708-755-8030

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

North Central Behavioral Health Systems provides services such
as online counseling, counseling for addiction, mental health first aid,
workplace services,

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Northern Kane County Crisis Line

Kane County
English

847-697-2380

Social Services

Oak Leyden provides employment, lifelong learning and community living programs. Through
Oak-Leyden’s Community Living Services Program, adult participants enjoy comfort and safety
in community-based homes with 24/7 care. Oak-Leyden’s Lifelong Learning Program provides
adults with Developmental Disabilities a curriculum of vital skills tailored to their needs and ability levels.
The Supported Employment Program assists adults with Developmental Disabilities in securing
private sector jobs at competitive wages.

info@oakleyden.org
708.524.1050

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Open Door Rehabilitation Center

DeKalb County
English

Open Door Rehabilitation program offers two main programs, a day program and a residential program.
In our residential program, our enthusiastic staff provides support for our clients in two different types of residential settings. Both options are person centered, therefore setting up each individual for success by offering a wide variety of opportunities for experiences in the community.

(815)786-8468
Executive Director: Rita Potter
rita@odrc.org ;

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Orchard Village

Cook County
English

Orchard Village, founded in Skokie, Illinois in 1972, is a fully licensed nonprofit organization that annually provides support to nearly 300 individuals (all ages) with Developmental Disabilities in north and northwest Chicagoland.

Our residential, vocational, home-based and transitional services are person-centered, addressing the needs and personal goals of those in our care.

Our objective is to empower individuals with Developmental Disabilities to live a fulfilling life where each individual controls his or her own destiny.

847.967.1800
Susan Kaufman
President and CEO
ov@orchardvillage.org

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PACTT Learning Center

Cook County
English

PACTT'S Therapeutic Day School provides individualized educational, behavioral, social and
communication supports to students with autism, age 6-21.

Related services (Speech, Occupational Therapy, Social Work) are integrated
into our classroom and community experiences

Special Education Teachers work with students and families to develop individualized
communication and behavior supports.programs, adult vocational programs

PACTT operates a therapeutic residential program serving individuals ages 7 – 22 with a primary diagnosis
of autism. Intense support and supervision are available 24 hours a day to provide the structure that
individuals on the autism spectrum require. Each group home houses 6 participants with a ratio of 1 staff per 2 clients during waking hours

PACTT believes that learning is a lifelong process. To assist adults ages 18 and older in reaching their potential,
PACTT offers 24-hour residential care in a Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA). Each group home
houses 8 individuals with a primary diagnosis of autism.

PACTT's adult vocational program helps young adults with autism find meaningful volunteer and employment positions in the community. Committed to our participants' right to choose in regard to where they work, the PACTT Adult Vocational Program helps to ensure that PACTT's core value of community integration is met.

Vocational program opportunities includes:

Community involvement
Vocational training and job placement
Social and communication skill enrichment
Leisure skill development

https://www.pactt.org/contact
773-338-9102

Executive Director: Dan Dahlke
ddahlke@dayonepact.org

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Pillars Community Health

Cook County
English

Pillars provides Behavioral health including a person’s emotional, psychological, and social well-being as it relates to their mental health and substance use.Services are available in English and Spanish. All patients are welcome regardless of health insurance status or any other factor such as age, language, ethnicity, sexual orientation, etc.

24-hour crisis line: 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277)

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Sexual Assault Hotline

708 482 9600

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Pilsen Wellness Center, Inc.

Cook County
Spanish

Pilsen-Little Village remains one of the few community-based, human services organization with a 70 percent
bilingual and bicultural staff.The center's offerings include treatment for substance use disorder, youth and
HIV prevention service
Phone: 773-579-0832

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PROGRESSIVE HOUSING INC

Cook County
English

Progressive Housing provides residential services to people with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Residential services in 16 bed or CILA homes includes services such as
24-hour support services, support with social skills, hygiene and grooming, speech therapy, occupational therapy and educational programming, nursing and behavioral health services
Day training program including vocational training and assistance, and activities designed to enhance growth and development, encourage self-care and enhance the ability to engage in the community
(708) 283-1530

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Progressive Housing provides residential services to people with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities,
Residential services in 16 bed or CILA homes includes services such as 24-hour support services, support
with social skills, hygiene and grooming, speech therapy, occupational therapy and educational programming,
nursing and behavioral health services Day training program including vocational training and assistance
and activities designed to enhance growth and development, encourage self-care and enhance the ability
to engage in the community

In central or southern Illinois:

Jessica Ashcraft, Intake Coordinator

(217) 341-1373

jessicaa@phidd.org

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Progressive Housing provides residential services to people with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities,
Residential services in 16 bed or CILA homes includes services such as 24-hour support services, support
with social skills, hygiene and grooming, speech therapy, occupational therapy and educational programming,
nursing and behavioral health services Day training program including vocational training and assistance
and activities designed to enhance growth and development, encourage self-care and enhance the ability
to engage in the community


stephanier@phidd.org

Developmental Disabilities
Social Services

Progressive Housing provides residential services to people with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities,
Residential services in 16 bed or CILA homes includes services such as 24-hour support services, support
with social skills, hygiene and grooming, speech therapy, occupational therapy and educational programming,
nursing and behavioral health services Day training program including vocational training and assistance
and activities designed to enhance growth and development, encourage self-care and enhance the ability
to engage in the community

missyr@phidd.org

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REDEMPTA SERVICES, NFP

Cook County
English

Redempta Services NFP is a Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA) that supports the independence and empowerment of individuals with disabilities.
We assist and support individuals to become productive members of society by providing:services such as daily living skills, Access to employment and education programs
Transportation and relationship-building skills

redemptanfp@yahoo.com

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Richland County DHS Office

Richland County
English

This is the DHS office for Richland County

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Rimland Services

Cook County
English

Rimland's Residential Living program focuses on establishing daily living routines and skills. We
do this in a home-based environment and also in the community, participating in a wide range
of life-enriching experiences.
Our health & wellness program is structured to be proactive, providing excellent preventive care
of our residents.
Our community day Services focuses on enhancing each resident’s skill set based on his or
her individualized plan.

https://rimland.org/about-us/contact-us/
(847) 328-4090

Executive Director: Carolyn Keel
ckeel@rimland.org

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RRAF

DuPage County
English

Community Day Services are for individuals with intellectual disabilities, 18 and over. Program hours are typically 9:30am to 2:30, Monday thru Friday. We accept both private pay and Medicaid Waiver funded individuals. Part-time attendance is accepted on a case by case basis. All Transportation and programming services are provided by RRAF staff.



Home Based Support Self-Directed Services are also available for those a part of our day program. We can assist with managing budgets to assure needs are met. Family chosen Personal Support Workers provide the needed in-home services.

RRAF@RRAF. ORG
630/495-7723

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Save

English

SAVE inc is a developmental disability service provider that offers services such as day
services and paid work opportunities for those living with Developmental Disabilities.
Additionally, they provide activity-based programming and self-care assistance


Phone: 618-234-1992
Email: info@saveorg.org

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Saze Community Services

Cook County
English

Saze Community Services, Inc. is a non-profit organization offering CILA (Community
Integrated Living Arrangement) services for the intellectually and developmentally disabled.
We are a 501c certified organization obtaining funds, volunteer workforce and community
support services in order to provide for the needs of the residents in our group home.

In addition to caring for the 8 residents at our facility, we also conduct activities, fundraisers
and events that are focused on raising awareness about intellectual and developmental
disabilities. We believe in the potential of every single person to live quality lives and to
inspire others in attaining their dreams no matter what barriers there may be

info@sazehomes.com
GLORIA AKPATA
RESIDENTIAL DIRECTOR

Developmental Disabilities
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Schuyler Counseling

Schuyler County
English

Schuyler Counseling and Health Services specializes in clinical services including
counseling, consulting, addiction treatment, and trauma therapy. Treatment areas
include anxiety, depression, relationship problems, self-esteem issues, substance abuse,
and addiction.

217-322-4373
https://schuylercounseling.godaddysites.com/contact-us

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Search Inc

Cook County
English

Search is a community-based nonprofit. Our programs serve more than 500 people and
their families annually at locations stretching from the southwest side of Chicago to the northern
suburbs of Waukegan and Mount Prospect. Search provides high-quality services and supports
for individuals with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities including supported living arrangements,
adult learning and employment programs, as well as medical, behavioral, therapy and home-based services.

Corey Gumm, CEO
773-305-5000

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Seratoma Centre Inc.

Cook County
English

The Sertoma Centre provides mental health services such as Psychosocial Rehabilitation, the
START Program, a specialized psychosocial rehabilitation program supporting people with an intellectual or developmental disability AND a mental illness
Youth Mental Health Services, Crisis Stabilization, The Living Room (for anyone in need of counseling). Residential Case Management and Housing
Counseling Services through Private Insurance, Outpatient Therapy Services and Community Support Team

708-371-9700
DDServicesIntake@sertomacentre.org.

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Shore Community Services

Cook County
English

Shore Community Services provides developmental training and home based
services, residential services, and work
opportunities for people with Developmental Disabilities

(847) 982-2030
India Alexis Ehioba, MNA, CFRE, CEO
Contact Rhonda Craven-Asst. to CEO
(847) 982-2030 ext. 225
rcraven@shoreservices.org

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

St. Clair County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment and support
for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues, chemical dependency, depression
Parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues, d exually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as
women’s issues

618.343.6015'

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

St. Clair County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment and support
for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues, chemical dependency, depression
Parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues, d exually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as
women’s issues

618.271.0130

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

St. Clair County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment and support
for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues, chemical dependency, depression
Parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues, d exually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as
women’s issues

618.398.9850

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

Madison County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment
and support for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues,
chemical dependency, depression, parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues,
sexually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as women’s issues

618.259.0365

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

Richland County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment and support
for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues, chemical dependency, depression
parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues, sexually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as
women’s issues

618.395.5222

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

St. Clair County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment and support
for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues, chemical dependency, depression
Parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues, d exually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as
women’s issues

618.222.4701

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

St. Clair County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment and support
for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues, chemical dependency, depression
Parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues, d exually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as
women’s issues

618.233.3205

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

St. Clair County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment and support
for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues, chemical dependency, depression
Parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues, d exually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as
women’s issues

618.332.2083

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

St. Clair County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment and support
for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues, chemical dependency, depression
Parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues, d exually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as
women’s issues

618.482.7330

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SIHF Behavioral Healthcare

St. Clair County
English

Behavioral health services provided by the West Belleville Health Center include treatment and support
for ADHD. anger issues, anxiety and panic disorders, behavioral issues, chemical dependency, depression
Parent-child relational issues, self-esteem issues, d exually problematic behaviors, trauma and grief as well as
women’s issues
618.233.5480

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SOLEDAD SOCIAL SERVICES CORP

Cook County
English

Soledad Social Service Corp provides CILA programs. Each residential facility and all program aspects are approved, licensed, and certified by the Department of Human Services.

CILA program allows individuals served to reside in his/her own home, or in the natural family home and provides an array of services to meet his/her individualized needs. Living facilities range from single occupant to homes with no more than 8 individuals residing together. Trained staff personnel are onsite 24 hours a day to assist the individuals with program goals and activities.

Program participants must meet the following guidelines
to be considered eligible for CILA program:

Must be 18 years of age.
Must have a diagnosis of developmental disability
Must be eligible for SSI/SSA
Must be approved for placement and funding by DHS.
Must provide the required assessments

ROSELYN F. FUTOTANA
Program Director
info@soledadsocialservices.org

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Home-Based Support Service enables a self-directed assistant to come to an
individual’s home on a regular basis. The self-directed will assess, review, and coordinate
the individual’s personal, educational, and social needs to ensure that all are being met.
The self-directed assistant is part of a team that works with the individual and the family to
implement an Personal Support Plan (PSP) that can be adjusted and refined according to
changing needs, goals, and wishes.

Community Day Services extends to individuals a variety of structured activities, designed to assist in achieving their maximum potential. Individuals receiving services and supports are provided instruction in self-care skills, motor skills, adult daily living skills, communication, computer training and basic academic skills. Additionally, job training is provided to enable individuals to develop and improve vocational skills and work attitude with the goal of obtaining a productive earning ability. Expected results from these services and supports include increased inclusion in community activities, greater self-direction, self-determination, self-reliance, self-esteem and productive earning opportunities.

Supported Employment assists individuals in a variety of employed environments. These services are designed to promote regular interaction with persons without disabilities who are neither paid caregivers nor service providers. On the job site, job coaching is provided by a trained agency staff member until natural supports by coworkers are developed. Supported employment may be provided in individual placements or in group settings. South Chicago Parents and Friends also provides community living services

info@scpf-inc.org

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Southeastern Residential Alternatives, Inc. provides residential CILA support services to adults .in Saline and White counties. Services provided to the individuals through our programs include developmental training, vocational programs and supportive employment programs are available in all of the communities where our homes are located.


(618) 273-5927
https://sracila.com/contact-us

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Southern Illinois Institute of Behavioral Health provides extra support and guidance through
challenging life situations by offering services such as pre-surgical evaluations, ADHD
assessments, identifying learning disabilities, or diagnostic issues.

admin@siiobh.com
618.710.4123

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Southern Kane County Crisis Line

Kane County
English

630-966-9393

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SPRINGFIELD DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER

Sangamon County
English

Springfield Developmental Center places emphasis on non-vocational areas of training which individuals may
require, such as socialization, independent living, communication,
functional, educational and recreational skills, and provides alternative
areas of programming for those individuals served who may require a
non-vocational program.

(217) 525-8271

Contact Page
https://www.spflddevcenter.org/?page_id=11

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ST COLETTA'S OF ILLINOIS

Cook County
English

St. Coletta’s provides a lifelong continuum of care, beginning in early childhood. Our residential,
educational, and vocational training programs provide services for adults and children with
intellectual and Developmental Disabilities that enhance their independence and well-being.



We serve participants without regard to race, religion or economic background. St. Coletta’s meets
individuals’ needs and abilities while providing the least restrictive environment for growth.
Adult Services are offered Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 AM
and 2:30 PM at the Programs and Services Building in Tinley Park, Illinois. A
variety of programs are offered to enhance each individual’s adaptive living skills,
economic self-sufficiency, overall level of independence, and integration into the community.


Supported Employment is designed to provide community-based employment
opportunities. To prepare each adult for employment, an assessment of the individual is
completed. Once assessed, they are assigned a job coach who will work with the candidate
prior to employment and during the application, interviewing and training process. The job
coach will also help them find local job openings that match their skill level and interests, while
also utilizing St. Coletta's established network of employers to increase opportunities. Once
employed, the job coach will ensure reasonable accommodations are being made while still
offering a challenge to engage the participant.

info@stcil.org ;
708-342-5200

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Tazewell County Resource Center

Tazewell County
English

The Tazewell County Resource Center provides job training and placement, goal-oriented
therapy, case management, day programs,help for the visually impaired, vocational
services, and homelike residential programs for those living with Developmental Disabilities

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The Autism Clinic

St. Clair County
English

The Autism Clinic (TAC) provides services for individuals with autism, including ABA therapy, speech-language therapy, social skills groups, and diagnostics. Clients receive individualized programming based on on-going assessment and treatment planning by a team of licensed behavior analysts and speech-language pathologists. TAC is in network with most major health insurance providers and will work with families to determine eligibility. Service provided from birth to age 22. (217) 525-8332 (for all locations) / 1-866-5ABA-HOPE (1-866-522-2467)

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The Douglas Center

Cook County
English

The Douglas Center is a non-profit organization that provides community day services for individuals with
intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities. The Douglas Center provides services such as work training,
senior programs for people with Developmental Disabilities, a developmental rehabilitation program that
incorporates activities such as such as cognitive skills development, listening, and comprehension, independent
living skills, sensory motor skills, gross and fine motor skills, relaxation techniques, self-care skills, arts and crafts,
music and dance, exercise groups, and community integration

(847) 674-1921
Executive Director: Rifath Kahn,
rifathkhan@thedouglascenter.org

Developmental Disabilities
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The Josselyn Center

Cook County
English

The Josselyn Center offers services such as therapy, psychiatry, individual placement and support
and a walk in clinic. Additionally, the offer community programs such as the living room,
which is a safe place for someone facing a mental health crisis. Peer support is also offered
at the organization's drop-in center,

(847) 441-5600

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The Josselyn Center

Lake County
English

The Josselyn Center offers services such as therapy, psychiatry, individual placement and support
and a walk in clinic. Additionally, the offer community programs such as the living room,
which is a safe place for someone facing a mental health crisis. Peer support is also offered
at the organization's drop-in center,

(847) 441-5600

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Thrive Counseling Center

Cook County
English

Thrive Counseling Center offers a variety of services with the aim of both improving and sustaining mental health
These services include group services, counseling services, a 24/7 mental health crisis team, group therapy,
psychiatric services, and assistance with client advocacy

(708) 383-7500
Emergency number:7083837780

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Thrive Counseling Center

Cook County
English

Thrive Counseling Center offers a variety of services with the aim of both improving and sustaining mental health
These services include group services, counseling services, a 24/7 mental health crisis team, group therapy,
psychiatric services, and assistance with client advocacy

(708) 383-7500
Emergency number:7083837780

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Topview Corporation

Cook County
English

Topview Corporation is an organization that provides residential services for adults with Developmental Disabilities that
currently operates homes (each home serves eight individuals) in the Chicagoland area. Topview provides services such as behavior management, independent skills training, money management, self medication and training.

(708) 298-8550
topviewcila@yahoo.com

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Touchette Regional Hospital

Macoupin County
English

Touchette Regional Hospital Behavioral Health services include Inpatient Services, outpatient services, adolescent intensive
outpatient program, Medical stabilization, Adult Substance abuse,as well as a electroconvulsive therapy program
618-332-4038

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Trilogy Behavioral Health

Cook County
English

Services provided by Trilogy include the Colbert Program, which helps move nursing home residents
into the community,HOPE First a program designed to improve the mental health of those who
have experienced psychosis,IIT Program (Behaviors for Health Lifestyles), InSHAPE, which improves
the health of those living with mental illness, intake, an integrated health clinic, intensive community
outreach, the latino services program, occupational therapy,outpatient services, recovery services,
residential services, a supported employment program and The Beacon, a drop in center.

INFO@TRILOGYINC.ORG
773.508.6100 (MAIN)

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Freedom Woods specializing in equine therapy for those affected by ADD or other hyperactivity disorders, autism, cerebral palsy, developmental delay or disability, head trauma and brain injury, learning or intellectual
disabilities, multiple sclerosis, orthopedic issues, speech, visual, or hearing impairment, spina bifida, spinal
cord injury, and PTSD

Contact Us — Freedom Woods

Developmental Disabilities
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Wabash County DHS Family Community Resource Center

Wabash County
English

This is the contact information for the Wabash County DHS Family Community Resource Center: (618) 262-5179. Family Community Resource Centers are "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services.

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