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Sangamon County Resource Guide

May 21, 2019

The Sangamon County Department of Community Resources has issued updated resource guides.

Download the Resource Directory, visit Sangamon County's website, or see list of resources below.

Download the Resource Directory for Seniors.

Download Transportation Resources (available in Sangamon, Menard and Macoupin Counties) or visit SMART rural transit system

Download Medicaid Transportation Providers

ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTERS

  • Gateway Foundation2200 Lake Victoria529-9266
  • IL Institute for Addiction Recovery 2050 W. Iles, Ste. G726-6611
  • Family Guidance Centers120 N 11th544-9858

BLIND OR VISUALLY IMPAIRED

  • Educational Center for the Visually Impaired303-9062
  • IDHS-535 W Jefferson………………………………………782-4830
  • Illinois Assistive Technology Program522-7985
  • Illinois Department on Aging. ……………………..800-252-8966
  • Illinois Dept. Healthcare & Family Svcs……………….800-843-6154
  • Illinois State Library Talking Book & Braille Service (TBBS)

    Provides free braille & audiobooks & playback equipment.   800-426-0709

  • Mary Bryant Home For the Blind529-1611
  • Springfield Center for Independent Living523-2587

CHILD CARE

  • Community Connection Point 901 S Spring Ste B 525-2805 or 800-676-2805
  • Head Start (Spfld. Urban League)

   512 S. 11th.............................................................................................. 528-0895

   1108 E Cook........................................................................................... 528-0893

   1551 E. Madison Ave.......................................................................... 522-7303

   1020 N. Milton Ave............................................................................. 528-8302

  • March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation787-5154
  • Mini O'Beirne Crisis Nursery525-6800

   (Emergency Child Care-Birth to 6 yrs)

  • Safe Families (short or long term emergency service)953-1141
  • School Health Program785-4525

            Locate a School Health Center in your area.

  • Spfld Home Day Care Providers Assoc. Referral Line788-1959
  • Wee Grow Day Care Services528-0893

CLOTHING & FURNITURE

  • Contact Ministries1100 E Adams753-3939
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   (Wednesdays 9 – 1, Clothing only)

  • Freedom in Holiness (Women clothing) 1430 Loveland Ave.522-2527
  • Goodwill (office)1220 Outer Park Drive 789-0400

   Stores:      2531 N Dirksen Parkway  and  2001 Wabash Avenue

  • Grounds of Grace (Human trafficking)414-5708
  • Habitat for Humanity 2744 S 6th523-2710
  • Hope Thrift Store 1800 S Dirksen522-8414
  • Kumler Outreach Ministries303 N Grand Ave East 523-2269

   (Clothing M thru Fri 9 – 12:00)

  • Laketown Ministries 2617 Stevenson Drive679-5006
  • Salvation Army Thrift Stores:

   1762 W Wabash.................................................................................... 546-1218

   11th & Jefferson...................................................................................... 528-7573

  • Springfield Urban League (Clothes for careers)522-8828
  • St Martin DePorres Center528-2851

   1725 So Grand E (W & Th, & Sat 9–11)

  • Washington St Mission408 N 4th544-9011

   (Clothing -Men-M&Th / Women-Tu&F Hrs: 10–11)

COUNSELING

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  • ABC Counseling2160 S 6th(Suite A)528-9820

          (Sexual abuse counseling for juvenile victims and offenders)

  • Crisis Pregnancy Center1220 S 7th528-6511
       600 E. Ash Street, 500 Bldg., Floor 1
  • Family Service Center730 E Vine528-8406
    • Gateway Foundation2200 Lake Victoria529-9266
  • Lifetime Pregnancy Help Center 104 N Grand Ave. E.523-0100

         Free pregnancy tests and After-abortion recovery groups

  • Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center585-1180
  • Lutheran Child & Family Svcs431 S. Grand Ave W.544-4631
  • Memorial Behavioral Health (Adult Svcs)710 N 8th........... 525-1064
    • Memorial Behavioral Health (Children’s Center) 757-7700
  • Memorial Behavioral Health Association 901 N First Street788-4065
  • Mini O'Beirne Crisis Nursery (MOCN)525-6800

(Crisis Counseling, parenting and support groups for parents/guardians)

  • NAMI (National Alliance Mental Illness) 218 W Lawrence522-1403

       Mental health information & referrals, support groups.

  • Parents as Teachers District 186525-3315

         Supporting and nurturing healthy parent-child relationships.

  • Phoenix Center109 E. Lawrence528-5253

      (Youth group)  Meets Fridays 6-9pm

      (Transgender Support Grp)  Meets 3rd Thur 6:30-8:00pm

      (Parents of LGBT Children Grp) Meets 1st Mon   6:30-8:00pm

  • Planned Parenthood(601 N Bruns Lane)546-1060
  • Prairie Center Against Sexual Assault Hotline753-8081
  • Pregnancy Care Center of Spfld525-5630

   700 N 7th Ste B (Pregnancy & Crisis help)

  • Preventing Abusive Relationship, Inc. (PAR)528-0461

         (Anger Management for Adults and Teens)

  • Springfield Right to Life323 E Monroe…………………….523-2700
  • Salvation Army 1600 E Clearlake…………… ………..……525-2196

            (Marriage and family counseling)

  • Sangamon County Department of Community Resources535-3120
  • SARA Center1315 N 5th  (AIDS/HIV counseling)523-2191
  • SIU Div. of Child & Adolescent Psychology545-6900

   Noll Pavilion – 5220 South 6th Street Road. Suite 1200

  • The Parent Place(Support groups)314 W So Grand Ave753-8730
  • Family Guidance Centers120 N 11th544-9858
  • Youth Service Bureau2901 Normandy………………………529-8300

DEAF & HEARING IMPAIRED

  • ITAC (Illinois Telecommunications Access Corporation ……698-4170
  • Illinois Assistive Technology Program……………………......522-7985
  • Illinois Deaf and Hard of Hearing Commission)877-455-3323

   Or V/TDD - 557-4495

  • Illinois Department on Aging…………… 800-252-8966
  • Springfield Center for Independent Living(SCIL)523-2587

 

DENTAL ASSISTANCE

  • Central Counties Health Centers2239 E Cook788-2300
  • Clinic for Kids523-1474
  • Dental Quest (Public Aid/Medicaid)888-286-2447
  • Familia Dental 802 N. 9th Street888-988-4066
  • Illinois Dept on Aging (senior dental assistance)………...800-252-8966
  • Miles of Smiles Program (contact your child’s school)
  • Optim Dental 907 S. 6th Street971-3432
  • St Clare's Health Clinic700 N 7th Ste A523-1474
  • Sangamon County Department of Community Resources535-3120

        (Pediatric dental anesthesia)            2833 South Grand Avenue East

  • Secure Dental – 687 E Linton Ave. 522-1111
  • Southern View Dental Group2743 S 6th522-4121
  • Veterans Assistance Commission of Sangamon County

          200 S. Ninth Street   Rm 301-A.................................................. 753-6680

DISABILITY SERVICES

  • Access Springfield Para transit Service522-8594

   (Provides Lift-equipped transportation)

  • Child and Family Connections2833 S. Grand Ave E.535-3100

     (Early intervention for young children with developmental delays)

  • IDHS–Spfld Office of Rehabilitation Services782-4830

   535 W Jefferson (Assists with job placement, physical restoration,

      vocational training, in home care programs)

  • Equip for Equality-1 W Old State Capitol, Ste 816544-0464

       (Advocate for persons with disabilities; provides info and referrals)

  • Health Benefits for Workers with Disabilities (HBWD)

   Illinois residents ages 16 through 64 who have a disability

   and who are employed can purchase medical benefits

   visit www.hbwdillinois.com  ……………………………...800-226-0768

  • Human Rights Authority (HRA)491 S Spring…785-1540
  • IL Assistive Technology Program1020 S Spring Street ……..522-7985

       (Promotes independent living through Technology.)  Offers low cos

    loans to purchase devices and device loans, and a demo center to try AT.

DISABILITY SERVICES (Continued)

  • IL State Library Talking Book & Braille Service (TBBS).   For those unable to read regular print.  Provides free braille & audiobooks & playback equipment.            www.ilbph.org                               800-426-0709
  • IL Employment & Training Center1300 S 9th782-3846

   (Job search assist, job dev, specialized adaptive trng, and skills assment)

   (Assistance with wheelchairs, training & personal help)

  • Springfield SPARC232 Bruns Ln793-2100

    (Helps individuals w/developmental disabilities improve quality of life)

  • United Cerebral Palsy of Land of Lincoln525-6522

   (Training, employment assistance, housing & support)

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

  • DCFS Child Abuse Hotline 800-252-2873
  • Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233
  • Elder Abuse

         Call Springfield Police Department........................................... 788-8311

          24-Hour Hotline 866-800-1409    888-206-1327 (TTY)

  • Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence789-2830
  • M.E.R.C.Y. (transitional living program)744-1128
  • Mini O’Beirne Crisis Nursery (day care)525-6800
  • Prevent Child Abuse Illinois 528 S 5th, Suite 211522-1129
  • Preventing Abusive Relationship, Inc. (PAR)528-0461
  • Sangamon County Child Advocacy center522-2241
  • Senior Services of Central IL(Adult Protective Services)528-4035
  • Sojourn Shelter and Services Hotline726-5200
  • The Parent Place753-8730

EDUCATION

  • Adult Education & Literacy (GED/Literacy/Career Pathways)

      Fishes & Loaves 2937 Stanton, Ste. A    (Pre GED)................. 529-3333

      Lincoln Land Community College 5250 Shepherd Rd........... 786-2349

      Lawrence Education Center (GED/Adult Education)............ 525-3233

  • Business Education Partnership of Sangamon County525-1173

      Scholarship/Financial Aid and Illinois Career Resource Network

  • GED Testing(Sangamon County Regional Office of Education)

                2201 S Dirksen Pkwy............................................................. 753-6620

  • Sangamon County Department of Community Resources535-3120

    2833 South Grand Avenue East (Assist with GED Test Vouchers)

  • Land of Lincoln Goodwill Industries (Intro to computer classes)789-0400
    • Lincoln’s Challenge Academy100 N. 11th528-7875
    • Lincoln Land Community College5250 Shepherd Road786-2200
    • Lincoln Library (Brainfuse Tutoring) 753-4900
    • Parents as Teachers 2501 S 1st Street525-3315
    • Springfield Park District 544-1751

                   (Educational and Recreational Programs)

  • Springfield Urban League 100 N. 11th St.789-0830

             (Computer and Financial Literacy Classes)

  • University of Illinois Ext., Logan/Sangamon/Menard Unit782-4617

          (700 S Airport Drive, Springfield, IL)

ELECTED OFFICIALS

  • Governor J.B. Pritzker782-6830
  • Attorney General Kwame Raoul782-1090
  • Secretary of State Jesse White782-2201
  • US Senators:

   Richard Durbin, Senior Senator........................................................ 492-4062

   Tammy Duckworth, Senator............................................................... 528-6124

  • US Representatives:

   Rodney Davis (13th District)............................................................ 791-6224

   Darin LaHood (18th District)............................................................. 670-1653

  • State Senator Andy Manar (48th District)782-0228
  • State Senator Steve McClure (50th District)782-8206
  • State Representative Tim Butler (87th District782-0053
  • State Representative Sue Scherer (96th District)524-0353
  • State Representative Mike Murphy (99th District)782-0044
  • Springfield Mayor James O Langfelder789-2200

EYE EXAMS/EYEGLASS ASSISTANCE

  • Bard Optical 3055 Wabash(Accepts Medical Cards).793-2273
  • IDHS-535 W Jefferson.782-0400
  • EyeCare America (Medical cards for eye exams over 65).877-887-6327
  • Gailey Eye Clinic 1401 S Koke (IL Health Partnership cards)...529-3937
  • Sangamon County Department of Public Health……………535-3100

                                     (standard reading glasses only no prescriptions)

  • St Clare's Health Clinic, 700 N 7th Ste A (Takes kids care) 523-1474
  • Vision USA (Help to receive free eye exams).800-766-4466
  • Walmart on 2760 N Dirksen (Accepts Molina, Kids Connect and IL Partnership cards for exams and eye glasses)…….522-4396

FAN PROGRAMS (FOR SUMMER)

  • Capital Township901 S 11th.525-1736

FOOD PROGRAMS

  • Abundant Faith Ministries Manna Store (Tues. 5pm– 7pm)527-1006
  • Asbury Children’s Supper Hour (M-Th 3:00 -4:45)522-8147
  • Auburn IL Food Pantry(M 12:30–2:30)971-7557
  • Ball-Chatham Food Pantry(Call for appointment)697-4663
  • Catholic Charities(Holy Family Food Pantry)

      (M, W & F 9:00 – 12:00).................................................................. 523-4551

  • Contact Ministries(Referrals only)753-3939
  • Divernon UMC Food Pantry (M 5-7 pm416-1612
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  • First Presbyterian-(M, T and Th 9 – 12: 00 a.m.)Ext 207528-4311
  • Freedom in Holiness Mission 1430 Loveland Avenue522-2527

        3rd Wed 10-11:30 a.m.  (During Summer 2nd & 4th Wed. 2:30 – 3:30)

  • Good Shepherd Luthern in Sherman(Call for appointment)496-3149
  • Grace Lutheran522-9707

   (M, Tues, & Thurs. 11 – 2:30 p.m. and Wed 11 – 1:00 p.m.)

  • Helping Hands of Pleasant Plains 2nd Sat. 7 a.m. – 10: a.m.414-4175
    • Hunger Hotline………………………………………….800-359-2163
  • Kumler Outreach Ministries523-2269

           (M thru F 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. & 3rd Thurs 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.)

  • Lawrence Ave Church of Christ Food Pantry

   (Saturdays 10 a.m.-12 Noon)…………………………………..525-6156

  • Loami Area Pantry624-9900

           (1st & 3rd M 12:00 -2:00 p.m.   & 2nd & 4th Tues 10:00 – 12:00)

  • Meals on Wheels (Sr. Svcs. of Central Illinois)……………….528-4035
  • Pregnancy Care Center of Spfld 700 N-7th Suite B525-5630

  (Healthy Options during pregnancy) “Food for Two” Tues-Thurs 9-4:30

  • Real LifeChurch (Tuesdays 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.528-2299
  • Riverton Pantry(Thurs 4 – 6:00 p.m.)391-6590
  • Salvation Army(M, W & F 9:00a-12p & 1:00p-3p)525-2196
  • Senior Services Daily Bread Program for seniors528-4035

           (8 – 5 M-F Lunch at 12:00 daily)

  • Serving Jesus Willingly(4th Mon. of each month)753-0430
  • Seventh Day Adventist Church(2 - 4 p.m. every Sunday)720-2568
  • Springfield Township-(Referrals Only)525-1464
  • St. John’s Bread Line (emergency meals)528-6098
  • St Martin DePorres(W & Th & Sat 9 – 11)528-2851
  • Table of Life Ministries (3rd Fri. each mo. 4-7 p.m.)720-5100
  • Triumph Community Outreach Ministries522-5957

          (2nd & 4th Saturdays each month 9:00 a.m. to 11: 00 a.m.)

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LEGAL ASSISTANCE

  • Catholic Charities Legal Services800-745-5194
  • Illinois Lawyer Finder525-5297
  • Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance529-8400
  • Sangamon Co Public Defender753-6699

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

  • Access to Care ……..666-4851

         Free Services for Enos Park and Pillsbury Neighborhoods

  • All Kids866-255-5437
  • Better Birth Outcomes2833 South Grand AveExt 3815535-3100

     (A free program for pregnant women with qualifying risk factors)

  • Catholic Charities-120 S 11th523-4551
  • Central Counties Health Centers-2239 E Cook788-2300

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE (Continued)

  • Central Illinois HIV Care Consortium 545-7683

       SIU School of Medicine   751 Rutledge

  • First Step Women’s Center104 North Grand Ave. E523-0100

              Free pregnancy testing, ultra sound and STD testing.

  • Healthy Families2833 South Grand Avenue E .Ext 3770 535-3102

(1st & 2nd time parents teens to age 30,  Positive Parenting skills & info.)

  • IL HIV/AIDS/STD Hotline800-243-2437
  • Lincolnland Stroke Support Network (LSSN)th960-4263

          First Saturday of month (1-3 p.m.)

  • Memorial Express Care (Call for nearest location)588-2600
  • Memorial Home Services–Hospice701 N First St788-4663
  • Memorial Behavioral Health (Adult Svcs)710 N 8th525-1064
  • Nurse-Family Partnership at SIU Medicine520 N 4th545-3012
  • Phoenix Cntr 109 E. Lawrence (HIV/STD Testing M-F 12-3) 528-5253
  • Planned Parenthood601 N Bruns Lane546-1060
  • Pregnancy Care Center of Spfld 700 N-7th Suite B525-5630
  • St Clare's Health Clinic700 N 7th Ste A523-1474

   (Provides school physicals)

  • Sang Co Dept Human Services (Public Aid office)782-0400
  • Sangamon County Dept of Public Health535-3102

2833 South Grand Avenue East (Flu-shots, child and adult immunizations,

school physicals, hearing and vision screening for children, WIC)

  • SIU School of Medicine (Center for Family Medicine)545-8000

 520 N 4th Street  (Acute Care Services)  301 N 8th Street  (SIU Pediatrics)

 

MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE

  • Illinois Foreclosure Prevention Network……………….855-533-7411

                          Website www.keepyourhomeillinois.org

  • Illinois Hardest Hit Program website illinoishardesthit.org

      (Or contact Springfield Housing Authority)............ 753-5757 Ext. 209

  • Sangamon County Department of Community Resources 535-3120

PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE

  • Catholic Charities120 S 11th 523-4551
  • Central Counties Health Centers 2239 E Cook788-2300
  • Clearlake Township4260 Old Rt 36523-4210
  • Contact Ministries1100 E Adams(Mon-Thursday 9-1)753-3939
  • Kumler Outreach Ministries 303 N Grand Ave East 523-2269

   (Mon-Fri 9-12:00 and 1:00-3:00)

  • Salvation Army1600 Clr Lake(Must be 55 yrs old or older) 525-2196
  • Sangamon Scripts presents

   (Coast2CoastRx Discount card for prescriptions)............. 800-931-8872

  • SIU School of Medicine (Center for Family Medicine)545-8000
  • Springfield Township3298 Terminal Ave525-1464

RENTAL ASSISTANCE (contact the township you reside in)

  • Capital Township901 S 11th525-1736
  • Catholic Charities120 S 11th523-4551
  • Clearlake Township4260 Old Rt 36523-4210
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  • Salvation Army - Veterans670-2521
  • Sangamon Cnty Community Resources2833 S Grnd Ave E 535-3120
  • Springfield Township3298 Terminal Ave525-1464
  • Springfield Urban League 100 N 11t789-0830

Health Initiatives (Support for formerly incarcerated returning home)         522-0407

  • Veterans Assistance Commission of Sangamon County

          200 S. Ninth Street   Rm 301-A.................................................. 753-6680

  • Woodside Township490 North St522-3712

 

SENIOR SERVICES

  • AARP-American Assoc of Retired Persons522-7700

   300 W Edwards (Services for those 50 & over)

  • Alzheimer’s Association 800-272-3900

                   2309 W White Oaks Dr.,   Suite E

  • Area Agency on Aging for Lincolnland787-9234

      3100 Montvale Dr (Services for those 60 & over)

  • Capitol Plaza Apartments - Adult Living528-1771
  • Daily Bread Program for Seniors (8-5 M-F Lunch at 12:00)528-4035

SENIOR SERVICES (Continued)

  • Elder Abuse

         Call Springfield Police Department........................................... 788-8311

          24-Hour Hotline 866-800-1409    888-206-1327 (TTY)

  • Experience Works824-8111
  • Foster Grandparent Paid Volunteer Program (55 & Older)789-7637

          One Hope United at 520 E. Capitol

  • Illinois Department on Aging…………………………800-252-8966

   (Various programs: Grandparents Raising Grandchildren,

   Caregiver Support Program, Community Care Program)

  • Illinois Home Care Ombudsman Program (HCO)………800-252-8966
  • Meals on Wheels (Senior Services of Central IL)528-4035
    • Sang Co Supervisor of Assessments753-6805

        Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze (65 and over)

  • Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) 800-252-8966

          (Medicare Trained Counselors)

  • Senior Help Line800-252-8966
  • Senior Services of Central IL528-4035

 701 W Mason (Daily Bread, Senior Transport, Glasses and Hearing aids)

    Also Comprehensive Needs Assessment.............. 528-3882 or 528-4035

      (Also available on-line at www.ssa.gov)

  • Springfield Supportive Living ……………………………..... 522-8843

            2034 East Clear Lake Avenue

  • State of IL Circuit Breaker 800-252-8966 & 888-206-1327 (TTY)

    (License plate discounts.  Seniors 65 & older and persons with

              disabilities ride free benefits)

  • Third Age Living, St John’s Hospital ………………………...814-7797

         (Family care giver resource center, health education, and

                Third Age Living Connection)

  • Third Age Living Caregiver Interfaith Volunteer Services757-6621

          (Transportation to doctor appointments)

SHELTERS

  • Abundant Faith Haven House527-1006
  • American Red Cross (Disaster only)787-7602
  • Beerlahairoi Womens Ministry698-4194

               7811 Old Carriage Way, Springfield, IL

        (Shelter for pregnancy 18 and older or with babies up to 8 months)

  • Contact Ministries1100 E AdamsExt. 22 ……753-3939

(Homeless Single Women & Women with Children, also boys thru age 17)

  • Crossroads Transitional Living Program679-1930

    (Transitional Housing for females aged out of foster care) ages 18-26

  • Helping Hands1023 E Washington522-0048
  • Inner City Mission714 N 7th525-3940
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         (Transitional & permanent housing for women with children)

  • Mini O'Beirne Crisis Nursery 525-6800

     (Emergency Child Care-Birth to 6 yrs)

  • Phoenix Center528-5253

      Transitional Housing for homeless.  HIV+ men and women

      Transitional Housing for LGBT men and women

  • Sojourn Shelter1800 Westchester Blvd726-5100

       (For women & women with children)    Hotline...................... 726-5200

  • Youth Service Bureau2901 Normandy Rd529-8300

   (Homeless Kids 16-17; Transitional living 18-21)

SUICIDE PREVENTION

  • National Youth Suicide Hotline800-621-4000
  • Suicide Prevention Service 800-273-8255 (talk)

         www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

TRANSPORTATION

  • Access Springfield Para transit Service(Lift-equip transp)522-8594
  • American Cancer Society (Transp. for Cancer Patients)523-4503
  • Angel Flight Central (free flights in Midwest)866-569-9464
  • Central Illinois HIV Care Consortium 545-7683

   (Individuals diagnosed with HV/Aids)

 

TRANSPORTATION (Continued)

  • First Transit (non-emergency medical)877-725-0569
  • Life Line Pilots (Free Flights in Midwest for Med Needs) 800-822-7972
  • Salvation Army221 N. 11th525-2196
  • Senior Services of Central Illinois528-4035
  • Sangamon Mass Transit District (SMTD)Rte & Sch info522-5531
  • St. John’s Third Age Living (CIVS)757-6621

UTILITY ASSISTANCE

  • Abundant Faith Ministries2641 E Cook St.527-1006
  • Capital Township901 S 11th525-1736
  • Catholic Charities120 S 11th523-4551
  • Clearlake Township4260 Old Rt 36523-4210
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  • Salvation Army1600 Clr Lake(Must be 55 yrs old or older) 525-2196
  • Sang Co Community Resources(LIHEAP & WX) 535-3120

         2833 South Grand Avenue East

  • Springfield Township3298 Terminal Ave525-1464
  • Springfield Urban League100 N 11th789-0830
  • Veterans Assistance Commission of Sangamon County

          200 S. Ninth Street   Rm 301-A.................................................. 753-6680

  • Woodside Township490 North St522-3712

WORK ASSISTANCE

  • Capital Township-(Workfare)525-1736
  • Illinois workNet Center1300 S 9th (Job search assistance and job

development, specialized) Adaptive training, skills assessment                        782-3846

  • Land of Lincoln Workforce Alliance(WIOA)524-5996
  • Lincoln Land Community College 786-2069

         (CNA training funded by SCDCR)

  • Springfield Urban League789-0830
  • Veterans Assistance Commission of Sangamon County

          200 S. Ninth Street   Room 301-A............................................. 753-6680

OTHER RESOURCES

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  • Animal Control Center2100 Shale Road535-3065
  • Animal Protective League544-7387

   (Spay/Neuter Clinic-choose #2 on the phone menu)

  • Better Business Bureau 800-500-3780
  • Boys and Girls Club of Springfield (Youth Development) 544-0548
  • Computer Banc-1545 N 11th528-9506

       (Computers for at risk children, seniors & special needs adults)

  • Crime Stoppers 24 Hr Tip Line788-8427
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         600 E. Ash Str., 500 Bldg., Flr 1 (Case mgnt, public aid, food stamps)

  • DHS Funeral & Burial Benefits524-5294or558-6653
  • DORS Department of Rehab (Home Services)782-4830
  • Elizabeth Ann Seton Program757-6025

   (Mentoring, Parenting Classes & Life Skills classes)

  • Get Connected Volunteer Opportunites – United Way of Illinois

         http://volunteer.springfieldunitedway.org/

  • Girls On The Run 907 Clocktower Drive726-9808
  • Grounds of Grace (Human trafficking)…………………...314-472-5942

     Shelter/Medical/Dental/Counseling – Also see Clothing and Furniture

  • HOSPICE (Bereavement Support Group)788-4663
  • Illinois 4-H 700 S. Airport Drive782-4617
  • Illinois Rescue & Restore(Victims of Trafficking) (312) 793-7342
  • Illinois Dept of Human Services (IDHS) Help Line. 800-843-6154
  • Justine Petersen (Loans for Small Businesses,(ext. 5470)789-2377

        Home Repair, First time home buyer, Credit Education)

  • Lincoln Library 326 S 7th Street753-0700
  • PFLAG 481-0136

  (Uniting gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender & queer (LGBTQ) people

   with families, friends & allies) Meets every 3rd Mon 7:00 p.m. at

     Abraham Lincoln Unitarian Universalist Congregation

  • Parents As Teachers Prenatal To Age 3 Program525-3315
  • Parent Help Line………………………… 544-5805and 888-727-5889
  • Parent Place Guardianship assistance for relatives seeking

     Guardianship of a minor child                                    753-8730 Ext 103

OTHER RESOURCES (Continued)

  • Springfield Dept of Comm Relations (1450 Groth Street)789-2270

   (Landlord-tenant concerns & housing counseling)

  • Springfield Housing Authority200 N 11th753-5757
  • Springfield’s Bullying Prevention Task Force544-0548

  Meets sec Monday at Boys and Girls Club, 300 S. 15th at 5:15–6:15 p.m.

  • Springfield YMCA701 S 4th544-9846
  • Vital Records of Illinois 925 E. Ridgley1-800-237-1945

(INFORMATION ONLY)

Ameren CILCO.............................................................................   888-672-5252

CWLP (Billing Inquiries)...................................................................... 789-2030

Circuit Clerk’s office............................................................................... 753-6674

County Clerk’s office.............................................................................. 753-6670

 

 

DIRECTORY OF

RESOURCES FOR

SANGAMON COUNTY

 

 

SANGAMON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY RESOURCES

2833 South Grand Avenue East

 

Updated 5/16/2019

SPRINGFIELD, IL 62703

 

PHONE:  217-535-3120

FAX:  217-535-3119

 

 

http://co.sangamon.il.us/departments/a-c/community-resources

 

 

MAY  2019