Al-A-Teen

Type of service: Substance Abuse family support What they do: group support meetings (virtual) Who is eligible? Teens ages 13-18 who are troubled by someone else’s drinking. Referral needed? No Best […]

Al-Anon

Type of service: Substance Abuse family support What they do: group support meetings Who is eligible? People over 18 who are troubled by someone else’s drinking. Referral needed? No Best way […]

Grandparents and Relatives Support Group

Type of service: Support Group What they do: Support group for grandparents and relatives raising children Who is eligible? Open to all grandparents and other relatives over age 55 raising […]

Early Years

Type of service: Supportive Services and Home Visit Program What they do: Parent Education, Parent Support, Prenatal and birth support (doula), Developmental Screenings Who is eligible? Must reside within district […]

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Type of service: Substance Abuse support What they do: support and information group (in person) and 24 hour hotline for individuals dealing with drug problems Who is eligible? Depends on the […]

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Type of service: Substance Abuse support What they do: support and information group (in person) and 24 hour hotline for individuals dealing with alcohol problems Who is eligible? Depends on the […]

Illinois Quitline

Type of service: Smoking Cessation What they do: FREE phone support with an expert. They will help you make a plan and provide you with information, materials, and follow up […]

Hobby Horse House

Type of service: Counseling What they do: Individual, child and/or family counseling. Who is eligible? Anyone. Private counseling $40/per hour. Referral needed? Referrals are accepted but not necessary. Referrals from […]

​Phoenix Center

Type of Service: Transitional Housing What they do: case management, linkage to care, referrals, clothes, food, etc. Who is eligible? Billy’s House – HIV+ homeless men and women (18+) and […]