Office of Community Care Programs
The Access to Care program works to improve the well-being of Enos Park and Pillsbury Neighborhood community members by delivering compassionate patient and family-centered healthcare.
The Assisted Outpatient Treatment Program works with community members living with serious mental illness (SMI) who are interacting with the justice system to improve health and social outcomes.
The Chronic Disease Prevention and Management Program (Lifestyle Medicine) supports community members in addressing the burden of Chronic Diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, asthma, and obesity.
The Indoor Radon and Whole House Health Programs educates community members about the risks associated with environmental contaminants such as radon and helps to reduce these contaminants in their homes.
Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is an evidence-based community health program that provides a free personal nurse to qualifying first-time parents and their families in Sangamon County. Nurses provide client-centered support, information, and resources to parents from pregnancy until the child's second birthday. Nurses work with families to improve maternal health, child development, and economic self-sufficiency.
The United Way Community Impact Program engages individuals living with severe mental illness, substance abuse, homelessness, and those living in high crime and violent neighborhoods to stabilize, build self-sufficiency, and connecting them with area community programs.