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Adams County Chapter American Red Cross
3000 N. 23rd St., Quincy, IL 62305
217-222-2477
E-mail: amanda.stotts@redcross.org
Web Site: www.redcross.org/il/quincy
Disaster Services: Response Phase- focuses on meeting people?s immediate emergency needs. We provide shelter, food, health and mental health services to address basic human needs. Health & Safety Services: CPR, First Aid, AED, Life guarding, Water Safety, Babysitting, HIV/AIDS Education, Adaptive Aquatics are just a few of the certification courses offered by our chapter. Armed Forces Emergency Services: Provide 24 hours a day emergency communications to local military families. Provide financial assistance to active duty members, retirees and their families. Blood Services: Collected 8321 units of blood and 1300 platelets products last year in Adams County.
 
Adams County Department of Human Services
300 Maine St., 2nd Floor, Quincy, IL 62301-3922
217-223-0550
 
Adams County Sheriff's Office
521 Vermont, Quincy, IL 62301
217-277-2200
E-mail: sheriff@co.adams.il.us
Web Site: www.co.adams.il.us/sheriff
 
American Red Cross - Pike County Chapter
117 S. Memorial, Pittsfield, IL 62363
217-285-2813
E-mail: pikearcl@casscomm.com
Services are CPR/First Aid, Blood Program, Disaster Services, and Armed Forces Emergency Services.
 
Area 3 Homeless Liaison Programs
130 S. Lafayette- Suite 200, Macomb, IL 61455 ROE #26- Hancock/McDonough,
309-837-4821 ext. 114
E-mail: mworthin@roe26.net
Web Site: roe26.net
Area 3 Homeless Liaison Project provides information and a coordination of services to the 20 west central IL counties served by the project. ROE Homeless Liaisons are housed at: ROE #1, ROE #22, ROE #26, ROE #27, ROE #33, ROE #38, ROE #46, ROE #48, ROE #51, and ROE #53. The program is coordinated by the Regional Office of Education #26- Hancock/McDonough, Macomb. Lead Liaison is Eileen Worthington.
 
Area Agency on Aging for Lincolnland , Inc.
3100 Montvale Dr., Springfield, IL 62704-4278
217-787-9234
Web Site: www.aginglinc.org
 
Brown County Department of Human Services
*Office is no longer in operation. See Schuyler County Department of Human Services.
 
Brown County Sheriff's Office
200 Court St., Mt. Sterling, IL 62353
217-773-2011
E-mail: browncounty@hotmail.com
Web Site: www.browncountyil.com/
County Law Enforcement Agency
 
Cass County Department of Human Services
300 E. 2nd St., Beardstown, IL 62618
217-323-4185 Fax: 217-323-9023
Receives applications for Cash, SNAP, and Medical Assistance by fax, mail, or in person.
 
Cass County Family Community Resource Center -- DHS
Category: Other
300 E. 2nd St., Beardstown, IL 62618
217-323-4185 Fax: 217-323-3093
E-mail: christine.bacon@illinois.gov
Web Site: www.dhs.state.il.us
Services Offered: Assist newborn to elderly with medical assistance. We also offer cash to those who qualify. We administer the food stamp program. We administer the medical programs also known as All Kids and Kidcare programs. We make appropriate referrals to other community agencies. We also work with the Child Care Connection to make available payment for daycare. We also work with Child Support Enforcement to acquire Child Support.
 
Cass County Health Department Main Office
331 S. Main, Virginia, IL 62691
217-452-3057
E-mail: tsmith@casscohealth.org
Web Site: www.casscohealth.org
The Cass County Health Department offers many programs for the residents of Cass County and surrounding counties. Services include Family Case Management, WIC, Teen Parent Services, immunizations, physicals, school health center, home health, hospice, hearing & vision screening, lead testing, environmental health services, Teen Reach after school and summer programs, family planning, blood work clinics, health screening clinics, prostate screenings, diabetes programs, bio-terrorism and pandemic flu emergency response services, medication management, respite, in-school programs, and many other services.
 
Cass County Health Department Satellite Office
8590 St. Luke Dr., Beardstown, IL 62618
217-323-2182
E-mail: tsmith@casscohealth.org
Web Site: www.casscohealth.org
The Cass County Health Department offers many programs for the residents of Cass County and surrounding counties. Services include Family Case Management, WIC, Teen Parent Services, immunizations, physicals, school health center, home health, hospice, hearing & vision screening, lead testing, environmental health services, Teen Reach after school and summer programs, family planning, blood work clinics, health screening clinics, prostate screenings, diabetes programs, bio-terrorism and pandemic flu emergency response services, medication management, respite, in-school programs, and many other services.
 
Central Prairie American Red Cross
1042 Outerpark Dr. Springfield, IL 62704
217-243-6641
Web Site: redcross.org
The Central Prairie Chapter of the American Red Cross operates around the clock, every day of the year providing disaster relief, health and safety education, agency referrals, and a range of services to military personnel and their families.
 
Community Connection (a service of United Way of Adams County, Inc.)
936 Broadway, Suite F, Quincy, IL 62301
217-222-5020
E-mail: info@unitedwayadamsco.org
Web Site: www.unitedwayadamsco.org
Community Connection is a comprehensive telephone information and referral service of United Way of Adams County, Inc. It connects individuals in need with the services that will alleviate those needs. All calls or contacts are confidential.
 
Cornerstone: Foundations for Families
915 Vermont, Quincy, IL 62301
217-222-8254
E-mail: info@cornerstone-quincy.org
Web Site: www.cornerstone-quincy.org
Cornerstone is a not-for-profit organization providing counseling, casework, and psychiatric services.
 
Department of Children & Family Services (Springfield Headquarters)
406 East Monroe, Springfield, IL 62701-1498
217-785-2509 or 800-232-3798
E-mail: dcfs.advocacy@illinois.gov
Web Site: www.state.il.us/dcfs/index.shtml
 
Department of Human Services - Division of Rehabilitation Services
1429 S. Main St. Suite C, Jacksonville, IL 62650-3476
217-245-9585 Fax: 217-243-8131 TTY: 1-888-261-8516
Web Site: www.dhs.state.il.us/
 
Department of Human Services - Office of Rehabilitation Services
300 Main, Suite 102, Quincy, IL 62301-3257
217-224-2600, TTY 888-460-5161
E-mail: charyl.liesen@illinois.gov
Web Site: www.dhs.state.il.us
The Illinois Department of Human Services? Division of Rehabilitation Services is the state?s lead agency serving persons with disabilities. Our staff works one-on-one with individuals who have disabilities and their families to empower them to reach their employment, education, and independent living goals. Vocational Rehabilitation Services assists persons with disabilities in preparing for, finding and maintaining employment. The Home Services Program provides services to individuals with the most significant disabilities so they can remain in their homes and live as independently as possible.
 
Fulton/Schuyler Regional Office of Education #22
257 West Lincoln Ave., Lewistown, IL 61542
309-518-8029
E-mail: ddenler@roe.22.net
Web Site: www.roe22.net
The Regional Office of Education is an intermediate agency between the Illinois State Board of Education and local school districts. The office of the Regional Superintendent coordinates and delivers state and local services and performs regulatory functions as directed by the Illinois School Code. The Regional Superintendent acts as an advocate for education by providing positive leadership and disseminating information for educators, school districts & the public. The Regional Office also checks districts to see that certain minimums are met and legal parameters are followed in areas such as finances, life safety, certification, supervision, and curriculum.
 
Hancock County Department of Human Services
2005 East US Hwy 136, Carthage, IL 62321
217-357-3116
E-mail: diane.r.campbell@illinois.gov
Public Welfare Programs
 
Hancock County Health Department
671 Wabash Ave., Carthage, IL 62321
217-357-2171
E-mail: hchd@adams.net
Web Site: www.hancockhealth.com
Services we offer: Public Health Department; Dental Clinic; Women, Infant and Children Program; Immunizations; Physical Exams; Family Planning Services; and Diabetes Education & Screening.
 
Hancock County Sheriff's Office
98 Buchanan Street, Carthage, IL 62321
217-357-2115
Law Enforcement County Jail
 
Henderson County Department of Human Services
Route 164 E. Frontage Rd., P.O. Box 668, Oquawka, IL 61469-0668
309-867-3071
 
Henderson County Sheriff's Office
P.O. Box 228, Oquawka, IL 61469
309-867-4291
E-mail: hendsheriff@accessus.net
Web Site: www.hendersoncountysheriff.com
 
Henderson-Mercer-Warren Extension Unit
1000 N. Main St., P.O. Box 227, Monmouth, IL 61462
309-734-5161
E-mail: wie-hkmw@illinois.edu
Web Site: http://web.extension.illinois.edu/hkmw/
University of Illinois Extension is the flagship outreach effort of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, offering educational programs to residents of all of Illinois, 102 counties and far beyond. Through learning partnerships that put knowledge to work, U of I Extension?s programs are aimed at making life better, healthier, safer, and more profitable for individuals and their communities.
 
Jacksonville Area Center for Independent Living
15 Permac Road, Jacksonville, IL 62650
217-245-8371
E-mail: info@jacil.org
Web Site: www.jacil.org
Jacksonville Area Center for Independent Living is a Non-profit agency serving individuals with disabilities. It is organized to serve people with disabilities in Morgan, Scott, Cass and Mason Counties. JACIL is committed to enabling persons with disabilities to gain effective control of their lives in the home, workplace and community. We work with any kind of disability a person may have and services are free.
 
Jacksonville Area Community Food Center
316 E. State, Jacksonville, IL 62650
217-243-1122
Provides food and necessities to low income families- can receive food orders every 2 months, up to 6 times a year.
 
Jacksonville School District 117- Early Years Program
110 Walnut Court, Jacksonville, IL 62650
217-243-2876
E-mail: cweber@jsd117.org
Web Site: earlyyears.jsd117.org/
The Early Years Program offers educational and family/child resource services to families with children aged birth to 5. The Pre-kindergarten program has ISBE early childhood certified staff in a quality program. The birth to 3 program provides early childhood educational activities to children and families in the home and helps transition those families to the appropriate early childhood center as well as offer linkage and services to families in need. The Early Years Program is located at Walnut Court and VAS center within the Morgan County Housing Projects.
 
Jamieson Community Center, Inc.
1025 S. 2nd St., P.O. Box 495, Monmouth, IL 61462-0495
309-734-4251
Not for profit Social Service Agency. We provide: Food Pantry, Thrift Shop, Senior meals in Warren County, Summer Feeding Program, Christmas Store & Baskets, Emergency care, Warm Neighbors (energy program), S.T.A.R.S (Students To Arrive Ready for School).
 
Lincoln Land Community College
32 N. Central Park Plaza, Jacksonville, IL 62650
217-243-6699
E-mail: jan.terry@llcc.edu
Web Site: www.llcc.edu
Lincoln Land Community College offers high quality transfer, workforce and personal interest classes for residents of Morgan, Cass and the surrounding counties. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
 
Lincoln Land Community College- Beardstown
109 White Pine Ln., Beardstown, IL 62618
217-323-4103
E-mail: jan.terry@llcc.edu
Web Site: www.llcc.edu
Lincoln Land Community College provides access to transfer classes, vocational and occupational training, English and Spanish G.E.D. and individual and family literacy.
 
Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois
1101 State Steet., Quincy, IL 62301
217-222-0106
Web Site: www.lcfs.org
Individual and family counseling services at affordable rates. Services address such issues as depression, anxiety, family related problems, abuse and life stressors.
 
Macomb City Township
232 E. Jackson, P.O. Box 55, Macomb, IL 61455
309-833-2671
E-mail: twpsuper@cityofmacomb.com
General Assistance
 
McDonough County Department of Human Services
1026 E. Jackson St., Macomb, IL 61455-2520
309-833-4127
 
McDonough County Health Department
505 E. Jackson St., Macomb, IL 61455
309-837-9951
E-mail: mchd@mchdept.com
Web Site: www.mchdept.com
McDonough County Health Department provides a number of services dedicated to helping ensure a healthier community. The health department offers services for all ages. Programs and services include community health, health education, family health, environmental health, in-home services and administration. The health department is open 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
 
MCS Community Services
345 W. State St., Jacksonville, IL 62650
217-243-9404
E-mail: mccs@morgancounty-il.com
Web Site: www.morgancounty-il.com/MCS-Community-Services.html
MCS Community Services is a public Community Action Agency providing a variety of social services to low-income families and individuals, including services for the homeless. Our service area is Morgan, Cass and Scott Counties.
 
Mental Health Centers of Western Illinois
120 N. Williams Industrial Drive, Pittsfield, IL 62363
217-285-4436
Web Site: mhcwi.org
The Counseling Center of Pike County includes three counties (Pike, Brown and Hancock). We provide numerous mental health services. Mary Kay Flesner is our Public Relations Liaison if you need more information. Her office is located at the Hancock County Site.
 
Mental Health Centers of Western Illinois
700 Southeast Cross, Mt. Sterling, IL 62353
217-773-3325
Web Site: www.mhcwi.org
Comprehensive mental health and substance abuse disorder for three rural counties ? Brown, Hancock, and Pike. MHCWI provides the following services: ? Outpatient services for children, adolescents, and adults ? Psychiatric services ? Case management services ? 24 hour Supervisor Residential Community Housing Program for persons with a chronic mental illness ? Substance abuse services ? level 1 & level 2 ? DUI/DRC services ? Prevention services ? DSR/Day training services for persons with mental illness or developmental disability
 
Mental Health Centers of Western Illinois - Carthage
607 Buchanan St., Carthage, IL 62321
217-357-3176
E-mail: jlittle@mhcwi.org
Web Site: www.mhcwi.org
 
Midwest Youth Services
2001 W. Lafayette, Jacksonville, IL 62650
217-245-6000
E-mail: youthcntr@mchsi.com
We offer limited counseling, short term respite care in crisis situations and a 24 hour crisis hotline for children aged 8-17.
 
Morgan/Scott County Family Community Resource Center- DHS
Category: Other
45 S. Central Park Plaza, Jacksonville, IL 62618
217-245-5164 Fax: 217-245-4589
E-mail: christine.bacon@illinois.gov
Web Site: www.dhs.state.il.us/
Services Offered: Assist newborn to elderly with medical assistance. We also offer cash to those who qualify. We administer the food stamp program. We administer the medical programs also known as All Kids and Kidcare programs. We make appropriate referrals to other community agencies. We also work with the Child Care Connection to make available payment for daycare. We also work with Child Support Enforcement to acquire Child Support.
 
MOSAIC
220 N. Lafayette, Macomb, IL 61455
309-837-5506
E-mail: lori.miller@mosaicinfo.org
Web Site: www.mosaicinfo.org/macomb/
Not for Profit organization providing services for developmentally disabled persons.
 
North Central Behavioral Health Systems
301 E. Jefferson, Macomb, IL 61455
309-833-2191
Web Site: www.ncbhs.org
Services include: Outpatient metal health & substance abuse services, Case management services to link consumers to community resource, and Psychosocial rehabilitation classes (skill building classes) and Psychiatric services.
 
OSF Holy Family Medical Center
Category: Other
1000 W. Harlem Ave., Monmouth, IL 61462
309-734-3141
Web Site: osfholyfamily.org
Community Medical Center of Western Illinois, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit organization for Monmouth and its surrounding communities with a primary role of inpatient, outpatient, and long-term care.
 
PACT for West Central Illinois
PO Box 231, Mt. Sterling, IL 62353
217-773-3903
E-mail: sedison@pactheadstart.com
Web Site: pactheadstart.org
Serving children under five years old and their families through Head Start programs in eight counties: Adams, Brown, Cass, Hancock, McDonough, Pike, Schuyler, and Scott. Homebased options in all counties, and centers located in Pittsfield, Beardstown, Macomb, Carthage and Camp Point. Early Head Start programs in Pike, Hancock, and McDonough.
 
Pike County Health Department
113 E. Jefferson St., Pittsfield, IL 62363
217-285-4407
E-mail: administration@pikecoilhealth.org
Web Site: www.pikecoilhealth.org
Public Health, Home Health, Environmental Health
 
Pittsfield Police Dept.
219 N. Monroe, Pittsfield, IL 62363
217-285-4471
E-mail: chief@pittsfieldpolice.org
Web Site: www.pittsfieldil.org
 
Prairie State Legal Services, Inc.
311 East Main St., Suite 302, Galesburg, IL 61401
309-343-2141
E-mail: tmergener@pslegal.org
Web Site: www.pslegal.org
Prairie State Legal Services offers free legal services for low income persons and those over 60 years of age who have serious civil legal problems and need legal help to solve them.
 
Quanada
2707 Maine, Quincy, IL 62301
217-222-0069
E-mail: sgoodwin@quanada.org
Web Site: www.quanada.org
Quanada provides emotional, physical, and crisis support for those who have been battered or abused. Through our Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program, Quanada helps victims in three major areas: Counseling (Individual and Group), Adavocacy, and Shelter.
 
Quincy Police Department
110 S. 8th St., Quincy, IL 62301
217-228-4470
E-mail: qpd@quincy.il.gov
Web Site: www.quincyil.gov
Law enforcement agency
 
Regional Office of Education #26- Hancock/McDonough
130 S. Lafayette, Suite 200, Macomb, IL 61455
309-837-4821
E-mail: geddingt@roe26.k12.il.us
Web Site: roe26.net
ROE #26 advises, monitors, and supports local school districts as they strive to provide the best possible educational opportunities and experiences for all students. Serving Hancock and McDonough county school ROE #26: operates as a liaison to the Illinois State Board of Education; monitors the educational standards of County schools and agencies; distributes federal and state funds to County schools and agencies; oversees County truancy activities; inspects county school properties for life safety compliance; provides GED testing and services; operations the Regional Safe Schools Program as well as the Alternative High Schools through the Truants? Alternative and Optional Education Program; maintains an internet web page of resources for educators, parents, and interested citizens; schedules initial training courses and refresher courses for school bus drivers; provides programs for students, provides induction workshops for beginning teachers; helps teacher and administrators obtain their certificates; provides a customized list of substitute teachers to each school district on a bi-monthly basis; maintains an up to date listing of teacher vacancies in the two county area; vocational programming; and services for at-risk youth ages 0-3.
 
Schuyler County Department of Human Services
111 E. Washington, Rushville, IL 62681
217-322-3377
E-mail: terri.vaniter@illinois.gov
Web Site: dhs.state.il.us
 
Southeastern Food Pantry
Box 126, Bowen, IL
217-842-5581
E-mail: rankin@adams.net
Food pantry serving primarily Southeastern School District
 
Spoon River College
208 S. Johnson, Macomb, IL 61455
309-837-5727
E-mail: info@spoonrivercollege.edu
Web Site: www.src.edu
A comprehensive Community College offing courses in: Pre-Bachelor education, Career & Technical education, Developmental & basic skills, Community education, Workforce training, Cultural and Recreational programs.
 
Starting Point
215 S. 1st, Monmouth, Illinois 61462
309-734-8991
E-mail: 1ststreet@frontiernet.net
Web Site: www.1ststreetarmoury.org
Starting Point provides opportunity for self sufficiency and dignity to persons who are homeless in order to effect permanent and positive changes in their lives. We serve men, women, and families who struggle with drugs & alcohol and/or individuals who are displaced for various other reasons. We provide case management, counseling, and general development classes and various support groups for the residents and the entire community through our family resource center.
 
Transitions of Western Illinois
4409 Maine, Quincy, IL 62305
217-223-0413
Web Site: www.twi.org/
Transitions is a not-for-profit agency that primarily serves Adams County residents. The agency serves people who have a serious mental illness, people who have a developmental disability, and people who have no mental disability, but who are struggling with life problems that can affect anyone. Services include outpatient mental health services for people of all ages, vocational rehabilitation and training services, life skills training services, case management services, developmental services for children ages birth to three, and crisis intervention services. The agency also provides supervised housing (group homes) and supported housing (supported apartments) for adults who have a serious mental illness or a developmental disability.
 
Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officals
Category: Other
1125 Hampshire St., P.O. Box 827, Quincy, Illinois 62306
217-224-8171
Web Site: www.trrcopo.org/
Two River Regional Council provides many services to the low income members of our community. As a member of Illinois Association of Regional Councils TRRC provides community development and planning assistance to units of local government. As a provider for the Workforce Investment Act programs TRRC provides employment and training services.
 
University of Illinois Extension, Hancock County
550 N. Madison St., Carthage, IL 62321
217-357-2150
E-mail: blspangl@illinois.edu
Web Site: web.extension.illinois.edu/abhps
University of Illinois Extension provides research-based educational information to clientele in the areas of agriculture/natural resources; family and consumer sciences; nutrition and wellness; youth development; and community and economic development.
 
Veterans Affairs
135 W. Grant St., Macomb, IL 61455
309-836-2243 or 309-837-5838
We provide the following services for Veterans and Families: Healthcare, Claims, and Burial information for Veterans.
 
Warren County Department of Human Services
1245 S. Main St., Monmouth, IL 61462-0080
309-734-2159
Web Site: dhs.gov
 
Warren County United Way
1107B West Broadway, P.O. Box 85, Monmouth, IL 61462
309-734-6364
E-mail: wcunitedway@juno.com
Web Site: www.warrencountyunitedway.com
Through volunteer leadership, the Warren County United Way shall assess needs, raise funds and develop other resources to help improve the lives of the citizens of Warren County.
 
West Central Child Care Connection
510 Main St., Room 610, Quincy, IL 62301
217-222-2550
E-mail: kpoints@wcccc.com
Web Site: www.wcccc.com
Our agency has a listing of child care services in a nine county area. We also help parents pay for child care if they are income eligible.
 
West Central Illinois Area Agency on Aging
P.O Box 428, Quincy, IL 62306-0428
217-223-7904
Web Site: www.wciagingnetwork.org
 
West Central Illinois Center For Independent Living
639 York, Suite 204, Quincy, IL 62306-1065
217-223-0400
E-mail: glenda@wcicil.org
Web Site: www.wcicil.org
Dedicated to the empowerment of persons with disabilities and equal access in society.
 
Western Illinois Area Agency on Aging
729 34th Ave., Rock Island, IL 61201-5950
309-793-6800
E-mail: firststopforseniors@wiaaa.org
Web Site: www.wiaaa.org
 
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