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DHS Offices and Service Providers for Iroquois County

  1. DHS Family Community Resource Center in Kankakee County

    Family Community Resource Center

    285 N Schuyler Ave
    Kankakee, IL 60901

    Phone: (815) 939-4545
    TTY: (866) 323-2134
    Fax: (815) 939-1236

    Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday (except state holidays)

    Receives applications for Cash, SNAP, and Medical Assistance by fax, mail or in person.

    IDHS Human Services - (Spanish) DHS 4001 S

    IDHS Human Services - DHS 4001

  2. Department of Human Services Main Office - Chicago

    Administrative Offices

    401 South Clinton Street
    Chicago, IL 60607

    Phone: (800) 843-6154
    TTY: (800) 447-6404

    No direct services provided at this location.
    Administrative office only.

  3. Department of Human Services Main Office - Springfield

    Administrative Offices

    100 S Grand Avenue East
    Springfield, IL 62704

    Phone: (800) 843-6154
    TTY: (888) 440-8994

    No direct services provided at this location. Administrative office only.

  4. Child Care Resource Service

    Child Care Resource & Referral

    905 South Goodwin Avenue, Bevier Hall
    Urbana, IL 61801

    Phone: (800) 325-5516
    TTY: None

    Local: (217) 333-3252

  5. The Center for Youth and Family Solutions

    Comprehensive Community-Based Youth Services

    2610 W Richwoods Blvd
    Peoria, IL 61604

    Phone: (309) 323-6600
    TTY: None
    Website: www.cyfsolutions.org

    24 Hour Crisis No. 800-200-6804 Service Area: Fulton, McDonough, Henderson, Warren, Knox, Henry, Woodford, Tazewell, Champaign, Ford, Iroquois, Rock Island, Mercer Counties

  6. Champaign Co Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC)

    Developmental Disability Services

    1776 E Washington St
    Urbana, IL 61802

    Phone: (217) 328-3313
    TTY: (217) 328-3313
    Fax: (217) 328-2426

    Crisis after hours number: (217) 531-3188

  7. Kankakee County Coalition Against Domestic Violence

    Domestic Violence Victim Services

    PO Box 1824
    Kankakee, IL 60901

    Phone: (815) 932-5814
    TTY: (815) 932-5800
    Fax: (815) 935-3551
    Website: www.harborhousedv.org

    Provides on-site emergency shelter, counseling, and support services to domestic violence victims. 24-hour hotlines: (815) 932-5800 or (815) 432-3500.

  8. Easter Seals UCP (Child and Family Connections #16)

    Early Intervention

    201 W. Springfield Ave., Ste. 508
    Champaign, IL 61820

    Phone: (217) 693-7958
    TTY: None
    Fax: (217) 693-7967
    Toll Free: (800) 877-1152
    Website: www.cicfc.org

    Located at Lutheran Social Services

  9. Champaign-Urbana Public Health District

    Family Case Management

    201 W Kenyon Rd
    Champaign, IL 61820

    Phone: (217) 531-4308
    TTY: None
    Website: www.c-uphd.org/environmental-health

    Family Case Management (Pregnant Women and Infants 0-1yr) High Risk Infant Follow-Up (Infants 0-2yrs) HealthWorks (DCFS Youth in Care 0-6yrs, Pregnant Youth in Care, Children of Parenting Youth in Care)

  10. Division of Mental Health - Region Three

    Mental Health

    200 S 2nd St, Suite 20
    Pekin, IL 61554

    Phone: (309) 346-2094
    TTY: None

    No direct services provided at this location. Administrative office only.

  11. Iroquois Mental Health Center

    Mental Health

    323 W Mulberry St, PO Box 322
    Watseka, IL 60970

    Phone: (815) 432-5241
    TTY: None
    Fax: (815) 432-4537
    Website: Iroquois Mental Health Center

    This agency provides mental health services under '3' of Division of Mental Health, DHS, Illinois.

  12. Iroquois Mental Health Center

    Partner Abuse Intervention Services

    323 W Mulberry St
    Watseka, IL 60970

    Phone: (815) 432-5241
    TTY: None
    Fax: (815) 432-4537

    Conducts Men's and Women's Partner Abuse Intervention assessments and groups in English. Contact Cindy Lam at ext 232.

  13. Kankakee County Center Against Sexual Assault

    Rape Crisis Center

    1440 W. Court Street
    Kankakee, IL 60901

    Phone: (815) 932-3322
    TTY: None
    Website: http://www.kc-casa.org

    Rape Crisis Centers provide free and confidential crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Serves Iroquois, Kankakee Counties.

  14. Danville DRS Office

    Rehabilitation Services

    407 North Franklin Street, Suite A
    Danville, IL 61832

    Phone: (217) 446-0230
    TTY: (888) 472-0936
    Fax: (217) 446-1489

    Vocational Rehabilitation and Home Services for Vermillion county; Vocational Rehabilitation ONLY for Iroquois county.

  15. Kankakee DRS Office

    Rehabilitation Services

    285 North Schuyler Avenue
    Kankakee, IL 60901

    Phone: (815) 939-4422
    TTY: (888) 440-9010
    Fax: (815) 939-2213

    Vocational Rehabilitation and Home Services for Kankakee county; Home Services ONLY for Iroquois county.

  16. Illinois Center for Rehabilitation & Education - Roosevelt

    Residential Schools

    1950 W Roosevelt Rd
    Chicago, IL 60612

    Phone: (312) 433-3100
    TTY: (888) 261-8561
    Website: http://www.icre-roosevelt.org/

  17. Illinois School for the Deaf

    Residential Schools

    125 S Webster Ave
    Jacksonville, IL 62650

    Phone: (217) 479-4200
    TTY: (217) 479-4200
    Website: http://www.morgan.k12.il.us/isd

  18. Illinois School for the Visually Impaired

    Residential Schools

    658 E State St
    Jacksonville, IL 62650

    Phone: (217) 479-4400
    TTY: (217) 479-4400
    Website: www.isvi.net

  19. McFarland Mental Health Center

    State Psychiatric Hospitals

    901 Southwind Dr
    Springfield, IL 62703

    Phone: (217) 786-6866
    TTY: None
    Fax: (217) 786-0024

  20. Iroquois Community Health & Social Services Center

    Women, Infants, and Children

    850 S 4th St
    Watseka, IL 60970

    Phone: (815) 785-1128
    TTY: None
    Fax: (815) 432-1091

    Iroquois County Public Health Department

Office Types

  • Administrative Office - management of DHS services, programs and facilities
  • Child Care Resource & Referral - information for parents looking for quality child care; and for child care providers
  • Comprehensive Community-Based Youth Services - provides crisis assistance to youth, 11 to 17 years of age, who have run away from home or have been kicked out of their homes.
  • Developmental Disability Services - provide information, assessment & referral regarding developmental disabilities.
  • Domestic Violence Victim Services - provide free and confidential services to help domestic violence victims attain safety and self sufficiency, and to promote violence prevention through education and outreach.
  • Early Intervention - assessment of children age 0-3 for developmental delays
  • Family Case Management - coordinates health and social services in order to promote healthy pregnancy and child development
  • Family Community Resource Center (Family & Community Services) - "one-stop" centers for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services
  • Family Planning - provides medical, social and educational services related to the avoidance, achievement, timing and spacing of pregnancy.
  • Mental Health - information, assessment & referral regarding mental health and mental illness
  • Partner Abuse Intervention Services - DHS protocol-approved programs for perpetrators of intimate partner violence.
  • Rape Crisis Centers - provide free and confidential crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others.
  • Recovery Residence - provides services for prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery support for individuals and families with or at risk for Substance Use Disorder
  • Rehabilitation Services - assistance for people with disabilities looking for jobs or living independently
  • Residential School - residential education and outreach programs for children with disabilities
  • State Psychiatric Hospital - for children, adolescents and adults who need publicly-funded inpatient treatment
  • Women, Infants and Children (WIC) - provides nutritious foods, education, counseling and support for pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children up to age 5.