Education, training, and employment for the residents of Illinois with an emphasis on people with disabilities, economically disadvantaged, and housing development residents. Services include assessment/evaluation, computer training, a variety of skills training programs, and employment services.
Professional placement servics with direct hire ooportunities in areas of accounting, manufacturing, sales and administrative services, engineering, marketing and finance.
Online groups, Outreach and advocacy, Presentations, Publications, Social Activities. ALDA-ROCK is continuously trying to promote deaf awareness and to provide support to surrounding areas. Open to people of all ages no matter the degree of hearing loss. Provide fellowship and support.
Provides assistance to Hispanic residents to help them access community services; also sponsors scholarships.
Offers a variety of services to Alzheimer’s patients, families, and caregivers and to professionals on the subject of the disease.
Support offered to patients with Alzheimer’s, their families and caregivers which includes support groups, 24 hour Helpline, referral to community service, and access to up-to-date information on therapy, research, and ultimately a cure.
Provides funding for accessibility projects to promote mobility and independence.
National, community-based. voluntary health organization dedicated to preventing cancer and reducing its effects through education, information and referral and support services.
Provides community awareness programs that educate the public about making heart-healthy lifestyle choices and the symptoms of heart disease and stroke as well as ongoing opportunities for professionals to keep abreast of current trends in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. Also provides referrals to social services, research information, and educational and printed material
Provides information and educational material on lung disease, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, lung cancer, asthma and others.
Classes and support group to eliminate chronic anger.
Anger group. Tuesday evenings 7-9 pm. $5 per session
Services adults and children with developmental disorders through a wide variety of programs, such as resource and referral, skills training, education, and advocacy.
Seeks to improve the quality of life for those afected by arthritis. Supports and provides community education programs, water and land classes.
What is this page?
We at Access Services of Northern Illinois have put together a database of over 250 organizations in Northern Illinois that serve a wide range of individual and family needs. From community service to recreation and from housing to employment, you can search our list of providers for these types of services.
How to search our database:
To start, you can select the category of services you’re looking for below, or you can search by the name of the organization in the alphabetical list above. You can also search organizations by any county in Northern Illinois or with specific keywords (such as education, employment, health, etc) by clicking “Search” above.
If you know of an organization that is not on this list, but should be, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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