Below are listed some agencies equipped to help your family with a variety of services. You can also browse the Illinois Department of Human Services website for even more local offices.
Helps families navigate the maze of senior housing options. A Place for Mom is paid by the participating communities and providers, therefore the service is offered at no charge to families. Senior Living Advisors are passionate about helping families and committed to delivering best-in-class service.
Child and Family Services is designed to better the well being of individuals in order to promote healthy environments at home.
Child abuse hotline: 1-800-252-2873
Day care information: 312-328-2779
Youth helpline: 1-800-232-3798
Helps children and their families overcome the obstacles of dyslexia by providing free one-on-one tutoring for children with dyslexia and by training a growing body of highly skilled and dedicated tutors.
1549 Frank Scott Parkway West
Belleville, IL 62223
The O’Fallon Community Food Pantry distributes donated food items to needy residents with a 62269 zip code within O’Fallon and Shiloh, Illinois. The pantry is operated by volunteers and has served the community since 1992.
801 E. State St.
A free government site to assist in reporting identity theft to the Federal Trade Commission, building a step-by-step personalized recovery plan, and putting that plan into action.
All Kids is Illinois' program for children who need comprehensive, affordable health insurance, regardless of immigration status or health condition.
Illinois Legal Aid Online's mission is to increase access to justice for lower-income and vulnerable Illinois residents through the innovative use of technology to assist and educate the public and to train and support legal aid providers and pro bono attorneys.
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The Food and Nutrition Service offers nutrition assistance to millions of eligible, low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities.
Social Security helps older Americans, workers, who become disabled, and families in which a spouse or parent dies. Today, about 60 million people receive monthly Social Security benefits.
Lake Christine Center
1670 Lebanon Ave
Over the past sixty years, the Housing Authority has been committed to assisting people in St. Claire County with finding affordable housing. They are a federally funded agency providing assistance to moderate and low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.
790 South 74th St.
Finding help used to be a frustrating ordeal – flipping through phone books and calling multiple numbers; wrong turns; dead ends; wasted time. Now, one phone number, 2-1-1, can reduce those headaches and get you connected to the resources you need.
618-233-8441 (or 211)
1124 Hartman Lane
Belleville, IL 62221