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DHS Offices and Service Providers for Ford County

  1. DHS Family Community Resource Center in Champaign County

    Family Community Resource Center

    705 North Country Fair Drive
    Champaign, IL 61821

    Phone: (217) 278-5605
    TTY: (866) 451-5784
    Fax: (217) 278-5661

    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.

  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 & Referral Network

    Child Care Resource & Referral

    207 West Jefferson Street, Suite 301
    Bloomington, IL 61701

    Phone: (800) 437-8256
    TTY: None

    Local and subsidy: (309) 828-1892

  5. The Center for Youth and Family Solutions - Champaign Office

    Comprehensive Community-Based Youth Services

    1315 Curt Dr
    Champaign, IL 61821

    Phone: (217) 352-5179
    TTY: None
    Website: www.cyfsolutions.org

    24 Hour Crisis No. 800-200-6804

  6. Champaign Co Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC)

    Developmental Disability Services

    1776 East Washington Street
    Urbana, IL 61802

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

    Crisis after hours number: (217) 531-3188

  7. Center for Women in Transition

    Domestic Violence Victim Services

    508 E Church St
    Champaign, IL 61820

    Phone: (217) 352-7151
    TTY: (217) 384-0151
    Fax: (217) 352-1035
    Website: www.cwt-cu.org

    24-hour hotlines: (877) 384-4390 or (217) 384-4390

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

    Early Intervention

    103 South Country Fair Drive
    Champaign, IL 61821

    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. Iroquois Community Health & Social Services Center

    Family Case Management

    850 South 4th Street
    Watseka, IL 60970

    Phone: (815) 432-1088
    TTY: None
    Fax: (815) 432-1091

    Iroquois County Public Health Department

  10. Community Resource and Couseling Center

    Mental Health

    1510 W Ottawa St, PO Box 162
    Paxton, IL 60957

    Phone: (217) 379-4302
    TTY: None
    Fax: (217) 379-4304

    Afterhour Crisis Number: (217) 359-4140

  11. Division of Mental Health - Region Three

    Mental Health

    5407 N University St
    Peoria, IL 61614

    Phone: (309) 693-5228
    TTY: None

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

  12. Bloomington DRS Office

    Rehabilitation Services

    207 S Prospect Rd
    Bloomington, IL 61704

    Phone: (309) 662-1347
    TTY: (888) 261-8539
    Fax: (309) 662-7219

  13. 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/

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. McFarland Mental Health Center

    State Psychiatric Hospitals

    901 Southwind Dr
    Springfield, IL 62703

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

  17. Ford Iroquois Public Health Department

    Women, Infants, and Children

    235 North Taft Street
    Paxton, IL 60957

    Phone: (217) 379-9281
    TTY: None
    Fax: (217) 379-2802

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.
  • 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.