|United Way of Will County
United Way of Will County works with local volunteers to identify and solve critical issues faced by many Will County residents.
54 N. Ottawa Street Suite 300
Joliet, IL 60432
|Crisis Line of Will County
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, comprehensive suicide prevention hotline, information, referral and "Sunshine" calls. Services are available for the hearing impaired.
(815) 722-3344; non-emergency (815) 744-5280
||Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet, translates God's reconciling love into professional human services. The agency works closely with the Will County community to provide foster care, adoption, assistance to women facing unplanned pregnancies, counseling, Head Start and childcare programs, and senior volunteer programs such as the Foster Grandparent Program, Senior Companion Program and the Retired and Senior Volunteer program. In addition Catholic Charities operates Daybreak Shelter which provides shelter for the homeless as well as emergency financial assistance with basic needs such as food, clothing and rent or mortgage assistance. Daybreak's Transitional Housing Program also provides housing for single mothers and their children while they work towards permanent housing and employment.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Joliet
203 North Ottawa Street
Joliet, IL 60432
|Community Service Council of Northern Will County
Provides family, marital, and individual services.
(815) 886-5000; (630) 759-9494
|The Salvation Army
Provides food, disaster relief services, financial assistance, and counseling.
|Will County Center for Community Concerns
Help with utility bills for those needing assistance.
|Aunt Martha's Youth Service Center
Child welfare agency offering comprehensive services to youth
|Guardian Angel Community Services
GACS provides services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.
|Senior Services Center of Will County
||(815) 723-9713 or firstname.lastname@example.org or www.willcountyseniors.org
|American Red Cross of Greater Chicago
||The American Red Cross of Greater Chicago provides relief to victims of single-family emergencies and community, national and international disasters; and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. www.chicagoredcross.org
|Riverside Resolve Center
||Provides a full range of Drug and Alcohol Counseling for adults and adolescents. Includes outpatient group, individual and family counseling, aftercare counseling, long term residential treatment for adolescent males. Also provide a full range of DUI services and educational programs for school, corporate and community groups. Also provide medically supervised detox in a hospital setting if needed. All evaluations are conducted free of charge. Accept Medicade, Medicare, Private insurance, sliding fee scale and grant money available for low income families. For information or an evaluation contact Central Intake at (815) 468-3241.
411 W. Division St.
Manteno, IL 60950
25711 S. Egyptian Trail
Monee, IL 60449
1905 W. Court St.
Kankakee, IL 60901
|Big Brothers Big Sisters of Will & Grundy Counties
||Helping children (age 6-13) reach their potential through community, one-to-one, mentoring relationships.
|Court Appointed Special Advocates of Will County
|CASA recruits, trains and supervises volunteers to be court advocates for abused and neglected children. CASA volunteers are the child's voice in court.
3200 W McDonough St.
Joliet IL 60431
|Will County Children's Advocacy Center
||Serving Will County; provide child sensitive interviews for victims of child sexual abuse and severe physical abuse; other services include counseling, child sensitive medical exam resource, full case management, dog greeter, and community resource/referral.
|Bridges to a New Day
A non-profit counseling agency that provides the following services: couple, family, individual (adult and child) counseling; parenting workshops; one-on-one parenting consultation; free domestic violence services to victims and their children; professional trainings. We do accept insurance payments for counseling services. Based on financial need, counseling fees and parenting service fees may be reduced.
Contact Person: Carolyn or Karen
Carolyn@bridgestoanewday.org or Karen@bridgestoanewday.org
English speaking services:
Tuesday and Thursday 9 am-7 pm
Located: located at 215 W. Romeo Road, in Romeoville
|National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI of Will County)
A non-profit agency with a mission to reduce the loneliness and isolation inherent in mental illness through the empowerment and strengthening of individuals and families affected by the disease with advocacy, education and support.
Phone: (815) 731-9103