Abbreviated list of Illinois service organizations
Illinois Department of Human ServicesIllinois created DHS in 1997, to provide our state’s residents with streamlined access to integrated services, especially those who are striving to move from welfare to work and economic independence, and others who face multiple challenges to self-sufficiency.Illinois Department of Human Services

100 S Grand Ave E
Springfield, IL 62762

Illinois Community Action AssociationThe Illinois Association of Community Action Agencies (IACAA) is the membership organization that provides a unified voice and support to the poverty fighting network of Community Action Agencies.Illinois Association of Community Action Agencies

3435 Liberty Dr
Springfield, IL 62704

Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program (IHWAP)The Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program (IHWAP) is designed to help reduce the energy costs for low income households by making their homes more energy efficient.The Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program (IHWAP)

500 E Monroe Springfield, IL 62701
Chicago, Illinois 60604

Health Care for All KidsThe All Kids program offers many Illinois children comprehensive healthcare that includes doctors visits, hospital stays, prescription drugs, vision care, dental care and medical devices like eyeglasses and asthma inhalers.All Kids Unit
PO Box 19122
Springfield, IL 62794-9122
FamilyCareFamilyCare offers healthcare coverage to parents living with their children 18 years old or younger. FamilyCare also covers relatives who are caring for children in place of their parents.FamilyCare

PO Box 19122
Springfield, IL 62794-9122

Illinois Department on AgingThe Illinois Department on Aging helps older people live independently in their own homes and communities. As the population ages, services and programs for older people must evolve as well because longevity means more when quality of life is enhanced.Illinois Department on Aging- Main Office

One Natural Resources Way, Suite 100 Springfield, IL 62702-1271

1-217-785-4477 1-866-800-1409IDA
Illinois Department of Employment SecurityDES provides unemployment insurance (UI), employment services and guidance to workers, job seekers, and employers through a statewide network of IDES offices and Illinois workNet centers. The agency combines federally-funded job training programs in Illinois into a “workforce development” system where individuals can find a job or train for a new career.Springfield IDES Office 1300 S 9th St. PO Box 19493 Springfield, IL 627031-800-244-5631IDES
DHS Temporary Assistance for Needy FamiliesThe Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program provides temporary financial assistance for pregnant women and families with one or more dependent children. TANF provides financial assistance to help pay for food, shelter, utilities, and expenses other than medical.Department of Human Services Main Office(TANF) – Springfield
Administrative Offices

100 S Grand Avenue East
Springfield, IL 62704
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