Non-profit and advocacy organization that serves people with disabilities and helps them become more independent. Services include: information and referral, independent living skills training, peer counseling, and advocacy. They also provide programs such as: personal assistant, community reintegration, youth and deaf services, and a volunteer program. Also includes a resource library, equipment closet, and community services.
A regional special educational cooperative that serves children with special needs from birth to age 21. Has a wide variety of comprehensive services for children with special needs. Usually the school disctricts provide teachers, classrooms, and materials and equipment.
Local transportation for senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and general public.
Provdies after school instruction, summer transition programs, parent/student seminars and assistive technology.
Services are primarily provided in the homes of families. Program provides adapted toys along with adaptive equipment, computers, and software, assistive technology and resource and referral services.
Provides education, support, and motivation for participation in organizations that help low-income individuals. Also offers foster grandparent, head start, and homemakers programs, and assistance with paying for energy services, weatherization and housing, and job opportunities.
Collaboration between Rockford School District 205 and YSN. Referrals of truant students by court, parents, school personnel, and police. Counseling, case management, and tutoring.
Counseling. Insurance only.
No information provided.
Recruits and trains volunteer tutors to work one-to-one with adults who want to improve their reading and writing skills or, who need to learn English as a second language.
Provides both community and medical transportation to residents of De Kalb. Also provides senior services, and Meals on Wheels
Medical and health center that is staffed by volunteer nurses and physicians, and provides people who cannot afford a doctor or medical care, or for people who have inadequate health insurance.
Offers free legal assistance to meet people’s needs. Includes a variety of services, such as, civil rights, consumer, criminal, divorce, education, elder, employment, family, health care, public benefits, and real estate law.
Provides services for individuals who have intellectual and/or mental health, and developmental disabilities-ages 6yrs to adults. Services include: children’s residential services, learning center, community integrated living arrangements (CILA), and developmental training programs.
A nutritional program for pregnant women and children under the age of five years.
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