Address:437 E Galena BlvdAurora, IL 60505Map & Directions
Services: The Salvation Army in Aurora offers a variety of services to the community at their main location The General Assistance Program provides case management, resource connections and referrals for emergencies, and help with rental assistance and utilities through the NIGas Sharing and LIHEAP Programs. Additional services include -- Clothing vouchers for work purposes. Food Pantry open Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10:00 am-12:00 pm Disaster Services responds to victims of fire, flood and/or tornado in Aurora by providing emergency food, water, cleaning supplies, clothing, housing referral and vouchers, counseling and casework They also will operate an emergency disaster canteen and a mobile feeding unit. The Second Horizon Center provides social, recreation, education, information and health services, plus a monthly dinner and program for older adults Service area includes parts of DuPage and Will Counties in addition to all of Kane and Kendall Counties. Spanish is spoken.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:00 pm-4:00 pm, Friday 10:00 am-12:00 pm; Food Pantry: 10:00 am-12:00 pm Tuesday and Thursday
Eligibility: Call to verify eligibility for a particular program service. Appointments and forms are required.
Documents To Bring: Call for information and to set an appointment.
Address:1685 N Farnsworth AveAurora, IL 60505Map & Directions
Services: Quad County Urban League helps secure equal opportunities for all disadvantaged persons and people of color, including African Americans, women and persons with disabilities. Quad County Urban League advocates for and establishes programs that facilitate the social and economic growth of disadvantaged people in DuPage, Kane, Kendall and Will Counties in Illinois. For youth, services include a variety of programs to help youth develop skills for employment and academic success. For adults, services include emergency housing assistance, help with discrimination complaints, and employment and career development services. Classes available include G.E.D. and Computer classes.**Quad County Urban League provides federal Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRRP) funds to prevent low income individuals and families from becoming homeless and to help those who are homeless to be quickly returned to stable housing.
Hours: 8:30 am-5:00 pm Monday-Thursday; 8:30 am-4:30 pm Friday
Eligibility: Open to all who would benefit, particularly African American, women and those with disabilities. Youth Employment Services are for 14-21 year old low income out-of-school youth who live in Kane County. (summer program )
Documents To Bring: Call for information on requirements for the different programs and status of HPRRP
Address:659 S River StAurora, IL 60506Map & Directions
Services: Hesed House, Inc., is a center for ministries providing services to poor and homeless persons. Hesed House provides opportunities to rebuild lives The Aurora Soup Kitchen, Inc., provides hot lunch on Mondays and Fridays to poor and homeless individuals and families Public Action to Deliver Shelter, Inc., (PADS) is a multi-program organization providing various housing and other services to homeless individuals and families, including emergency shelter and a transitional housing program, counseling and employment assistance ** Spanish is spoken ** The Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry, Inc. which provides weekly grocery assistance to individuals and families in need, is located at Hesed House.
Hours: Shelter: 7:00 pm-7:00 am daily; Day Program 9:00 am-3:00 pm Tuesday-Thursday & 11:00 am-4:00 pm Sat & Sun; Soup Kitchen 11:00 am-12:45 pm Monday & Friday.
Eligibility: Shelter for anyone facing homelessness. Soup kitchen open to anyone needing food. Transitional Living Community will take referrals from other area service providers. If individuals qualify after an interview and screening process, they are put on a waiting list until space opens up.
Documents To Bring: Individuals and families can show up for shelter and soup kitchen. Sign in required. Applications required only for Transitional Living Program.
Address:900 N Lake St # 1Aurora, IL 60506Map & Directions
Services: When funds are available, one-time financial assistance is available for emergency situations for medications, housing, food, utilities, etc.
Eligibility: Age 60 or older.
Address:421 N County Farm RdWheaton, IL 60187Map & Directions
Services: DuPage Social Service Association (DSSA) is a not-for-profit affiliated with DuPage County's Human Services Division The mission is to serve residents who are low income, senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and those temporarily in need of financial assistance All funds go to direct assistance, and can help pay for a prescription, medical equipment, lab fees/medical bills, housing assistance and utility bills Clients receiving DSSA funds are those who often fall through the cracks in qualifying for other services and programs The funds also help expedite assistance to those in emergency situations Assistance in Spanish and American Sign Language (ASL).
Hours: 8:00 am-4:30 pm Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Open to residents of DuPage County who qualify for assistance. Call for more information.
Documents To Bring: Call for information.
Address:Boncosky RdDundee, IL 60118Map & Directions
Services: Dundee Township provides General Assistance for eligible residents, is responsible for maintaining township road district highways, bridges, and assessing all property within the township including the unincorporated areas Limited emergency financial assistance for rent or utilities for residents facing a utility turning off or eviction may be available to eligible township residents once every 18 months The Township also provides the registration and scheduling for the Ride In Kane transportation program for senior and disabled residents. **The Township operates and maintains two cemeteries and an 860 acre open space program The township includes West and East Dundee, Carpentersville, Sleepy Hollow, West Dundee, Gilberts and portions of Elgin, Barrington Hills, Hoffman Estates, and Algonquin.
Hours: Office: 9:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Dundee Township Residents only. Emergency funds for utility disconnections require a 5-day cut off notice; Emergency assistance for rent requires an eviction notice.
Documents To Bring: Call for an appointment. Documentation required for any financial assistance.
Address:3N550 Vachel Lindsey StSaint Charles, IL 60175Map & Directions
Services: The Community Crisis Center (CCC) provides comprehensive emergency services to individuals and families dealing with economic problems due to job loss, foreclosure, medical emergency or other increases in financial responsibilities leading to crisis. The program provides case management, personal and financial counseling, and emergency food Rent assistance, utility assistance and transportation help is also provided when funds are available. **Emergency shelter and case management for women and their children dealing with homelessness are also available.
Hours: Hotline: 24 hours 7 days per week; Office: 8:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Economic crisis help available to men and women and families facing homelessness or other financial crises
Documents To Bring: Call the Hotline to discuss your needs or to make an appointment.
Address:531 Roosevelt Rd #200Wheaton, IL 60187Map & Directions
Services: To provide and advocate for quality, affordable housing for low and moderate income individuals and families. Their Sliding Scale program provides 35 households with rent assistance. Their Just Homes program has helped 29 families be able to afford homes.
Address:2300 Main StBatavia, IL 60510Map & Directions
Services: St. Vincent de Paul Society of Holy Cross Conference provides home visits for urgent assistance and prayer They also provide short-term assistance involving basic necessities and resource help with budgeting Cash is not provided, but the Society can pay bills if warranted, and can provide vouchers or certificates for gas and household furniture as well as certificates for Aldi's for items not available at food pantries or through the LINKS (food stamp) program.
Hours: Leave a message anytime on phone extension # 307. You will get a call back within 24 hours and a home visits will be scheduled.
Eligibility: Evidence of need and being open to home visit. Must reside in the area between Route 38 on the north, Interstate 88 on the south, with DuPage County line to the east and approximately 4 miles west of Randall.
(Batavia, Geneva, North Aurora )
Documents To Bring: Call for an appointment only. Application is filled out at time of home visit.
Address:1710 S 7th AveSaint Charles, IL 60174Map & Directions
Services: Tri-City Salvation Army provides an array of services to the residents of Batavia, Campton Hills, Geneva, St.Charles, and Wayne These include: **Social Services - assistance with food, rent, and utilities Prescription assistance and a food pantry are additional services **Tri-County Golden Diners lunches are served Monday-Friday ** After School program for children in grades K- 5, including a summer day camp **Adult pick-up sports - basketball and dodgeball **Health and education programs including exercise and fitness, health screenings, computer classes, and recreation. **Youth enrichment and character building programs, like scouting.**This location is also houses a WIC program of the Well Child Center, LIHEAP, and Food Stamp (SNAP) applications. **Services in English and Spanish.
Hours: Office Hours: 8:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday; Golden Diners lunches 11:15 am; Hours for other programs vary - see website or call for information.
Eligibility: Residents of Batavia, Geneva, St. Charles, Campton Hills and Wayne. **For assistance services: proof of residency and persons residing in household, and evidence of a problem or need. Proof of address, social security cards or birth certificates for all family members, proof of income for all 18 and older. For housing and utility help, applicants need an eviction notice, and an actual eviction or shut off notice for utility assistance.
Documents To Bring: For social services, please contact Jennie New. For Community Center activities and after school program, please contact Carol Hedgren or register on-line. For Health and Education services, please contact Cathy Winters.