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Services: General Assistance
If you are facing an emergency, or need help understanding the community assistance that might be available to you or your household, contact our GA case worker.
Illinois Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program (SNAP)
Submit your application online for additional food for your family. Benefits are provided on the Link Card, an electronic card that can be used at most grocery stores. Visit SNAP website.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
This assistance program helps eligible households pay winter gas or electric bills. Documents must be made available during the appointment. Visit LIHEAP website.
Will County Crisis Line
Crisis Line provides non-directive, non-judgmental telephone counseling. We are a 24-hour, 7 day a week listening ear. Visit Crisis Line website.
Will County Center for Community Concerns
The mission of the Will County Center for Community Concerns is to assist and enable low and moderate income individuals to obtain the opportunities needed to prepare themselves for self-sufficiency. We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to addressing the needs in the community by providing programs and services. Visit the WCCC website.
Illinois Department of Human Services
Illinois Department of Humans Services can help you and your family meet your basic needs. We offer a range of services to help you become healthy and self-sufficient. Visit IDHS website.
Workforce Services Division of Will County
The Workforce Services Division of Will County provides servcies to job seekers throughout Will County. From developing/updating your resume to brushing up on interviewing skills, we can help. Our Job Board has job listings from Will County Businesses, and the Mobile Workforce Center travels throughout the county to assist job seekers in communities close to where they live. Visit Workforce Service Division of Will County.