Abuse & Violence

Adult Protective Services 866-800-1409
888-206-1327 (TTY)
24-Hour Illinois Hotline to report suspected abuse, exploitation or neglect of an older person, call the statewide, 
Alternatives for the Older Adult Hotline to report abuse800-798-0988
Child Help National Abuse Hotline800-422-4453
Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline

Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline at
Online Reportiing:

If you believe the abuse or neglect you are reporting
requires immediate action, you must call the hotline.
Freedom House800-474-6031440 Elm Place
Princeton, IL 61356
Serves Bureau, Henry, Marshall, Putnam and Stark Counties
ICASAww.icasa.orgFind a Rape Crisis Center:  

ICASA is a not-for-profit corporation of 30 community-based sexual assault crisis centers working together to end sexual violence. Centers provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Each center presents prevention education programs in Illinois schools and communities.
National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE
www.thehotline.org24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse.
Contacts to The Hotline can expect highly-trained, expert advocates to offer free, confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in over 200 languages.
Office of Inspector General800-368-1463Investigates allegation abuse, neglect, and domestic abuse, neglect or exploitation of adults with disabilities or mental illnesses 



Safe Journeys

815-220-75222823 Fourth Street
Peru, IL 13354
815-672-2353510 N. Bloomington Street
Streator, IL 61364
815-434-96501718 N. 2525th Road
Ottawa, IL 61350

Access Board

ADA Great Lakes
Great Lakes ADA Center provides information, problem solving assistance and referrals for implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act ( ADA) and other related laws.


Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities in Illinois 217-522-7016300 East Monroe Suite 100
 Springfield, IL 62701
The Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities is a grassroots organization of individuals and groups that act together to promote and advocate the full and equal participation in society of all people with disabilities.
Equip for Equality 800-537-2632 Chicago
 800-758-6869 Rock Island
www.equipforequality.orgIndividual agency with the main goal of protecting the civil and human rights of people with disabilities.  They are able to accomplish this through 5 strategies: Self Advocacy Assistance, Legal Services, Public Policy, Monitoring and Training.



Western Illinois Area on Aging
WIAAA is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to serving people 60 plus, helping them to remain in their own homes for as long as possible and to remain involved and active in their communities.

Alternatives for the Older Adult (serves Western Illinois)
Providing Senior Services to older adults and their family caregivers: Home care management, Advocacy, Eldercare, and Caregiver Support in Western Illinois

Independent Living Resource Locator
Searchable database of financial assistance resources that help pay for or reduce the cost of independent living, home modifications and assistive technology.

Children with Disabilities
Illinois Valley Transition Planning Committee
(See Youth Services for more links)

Behavioral Health

Arukah Institute of Healing 815-872-2943 535 Elm Place, Suite 7, Princeton, IL 61356
Center for Youth & Family Services 309-323-6600 2610 W. Richwoods Blvd, Peoria, IL 61604
Changes Counseling Center 815-501-2088 OSF St Paul’s Mendota, IL 61342
Choices 815-434-4382 1207 Starfire Drive Ottawa, Illinois 61350
Marshall County  Behavioral Health Task Force 309-647-1881 Crisis Line
North Central Behavioral Health Systems Focused on helping children, adults and families reach their full potential by offering a range of mental health and substance use using education, counseling, and many other types of specialty behavioral health services. Serving LaSalle, Bureau, Marshall, Putnam, and Stark Counties. NCBHS offers online services that can be provided anywhere in the State of Illinois. Accepts Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and self-pay
LaSalle Office (815) 224-1610 2960 Chartres St. LaSalle, IL 61301
Ottawa Office (815) 434-4727 727 East Etna Road Ottawa, IL 61350
Princeton Office (815) 875-4458 526 South Bureau Valley Parkway Princeton, IL 61356
Streator Office (815) 434-4727 111 Spring Street Streator, IL 61364
Toulon Office Stark County (309) 647-1881 Great River Health Care 120 E. Court Street Toulon, IL 61483
Lacon Office Marshall County (309) 647-1881 Marshall County Health Department 319 Sixth Street Lacon, IL 61540
Open Doors Community Counseling 815-875-4548 526 Bureau Valley Pkwy., Ste. B Princeton, IL 61356 511 School St. Henry, IL  61537
OSF Behavioral Health 815-434-4382 1207 Starfire Dr Ottawa, IL 61350 Anxiety & Depression Management, Behavioral/Mental Health, Medication Management, Mental Health Services
OSF Healthcare Behavioral Health Navigation Link 309-308-8150 Behavioral Health Navigators can assist in connecting to services for depression, anxiety, relationships, drug or alcohol use and problems with work or school
Youth Service Bureau 815-433-3953 424 W. Madison Ottawa, IL 61350 (815) 433-3953

Centers for Independent Living

Access Living (AL)312-640 2100 115 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60654
Achieving Independence and Mobility (AIM)630-469-23003130 Finley Road Suite 500
Downers Grove, IL 60515
Advocates for Access (AFA)309-682-35004450 N Prospect Rd Suite C8
Peoria Heights, IL 61616
Disability Resource Center (DRC)815-729-016277 N 129th Infantry Drive
Joliet, IL 60435
Illinois/Iowa CIL (IICIL)309-793-0090501 11th Street
Rock Island, IL 61201
Impact CIL 618-474-53332735 East Broadway
Alton, IL 62002
Jacksonville Area CIL (JACIL)217-245-837160 E.Central Park Plaza
Jacksonville, IL 62650
Lake County CIL (LCCIL)847-949-4440377 N. Seymour Avenue
Mundelein, IL 60060
Living Independence for Everyone (LIFE)815-844-1132 318 W Madison St
Pontiac, IL
309-663-54332201 Eastland Drive Ste 1
Bloomington, IL 61704
Living Independently Now Center of Southern Illinois (LINC)618-235-998815 Emerald Terrace Suite 200
Swansea, IL 62226
Northwestern Illinois CIL (NICIL)815-625-7860412 Locust St
 Sterling, IL 61081
Opportunities for Access CIL (OFA CIL)618-244-92124206 Williamson Place Suite 3
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
Options CIL815-936-010022 Heritage Drive Suite 107
Bourbonnais, IL 60914
Persons Assuming Control of their Environment (PACE)217-344-54331317 East Florida Road
Urbana, IL 61801
Progress CIL (PCIL)708-209-15007521 Madison St
Forest Park, IL 60130
Regional Access and Mobilization Project (RAMP)815-968-7467202 Market St
Rockford, IL 60117
Southern Illinois CIL (SICIL)217-876-88882449 E Federal Dr
Decatur, IL 62526
Soyland Access for Independence (SAIL)217-876-88882449 Federal Drive
Decatur, IL 62526
Springfield CIL (SCIL)217-523-2587330 South Grand Ave West
Springfield, IL 62704
Stone-Hayes CIL309-344-130639 North Prairie St.
Galesburg, IL 61401
West Central Illinois CIL (WCICIL)217-223-0400639 York St. Suite 204
Quincy, IL 62301

Community Resources

Alternatives for
the Older Adult
800-798-0988 – Fax 309-277-0163 809 21st Street
Peru, IL 61354
Alternatives for the Older Adult Ombudsman Program Ombudsmen are advocates for residents who live in licensed, long-term care facilities: nursing homes, shelter care, assisted living, supportive living and group homes. The program covers the following counties: Rock Island, Henry, Mercer, LaSalle, Putnam, Knox, Henderson, Warren, McDonough, Bureau, Hancock, Schuyler, Adams, Brown, Pike and Calhoun.
Bridges Senior Center:
Aging & Disability Resource Network
815-431-8034 221 W Etna Rd
Ottawa, IL 61350
Ottawa and the lower 27 townships of LaSalle County.
Information and Assistance: computer training, education on social security, public benefits and local resources.
Bureau County Senior Center 815-879-3981 16 W Marion St
Princeton, IL 61356
Serves all Seniors in Bureau County. Provides Core Services to senior citizens over the age of 60. The services are Information and Assistance, Outreach, Fitness Program, Transportation, Free Loan of Assistive Devices, and Activities at the center
Bureau/Putnam County Crime Stoppers 800-939-6929 22 Park Ave W
Princeton, IL 61356
Community program that allows people to provide anonymous information about criminal activity
Butler Concierge Services 815-878-9006 Provides consultations and customized personal assistance to help with shopping and errands, household tasks, administrative services, referrals and transportation
Career Link  309-364-4120 509 Front St
Henry, IL 61537
Serves Marshall County 
Central Illinois Agency on Aging  309-674-2071 700 Hamilton Blvd
Peoria, IL 61603
Serves Marshall County 
Gateway Services 815-875-4548 406 S Blvd
PO Box 535
 Princeton , IL 61356
Provide services to adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Similar Facilities Lighted Way, Friendship Village, Horizon House
Heart of Illinois
United Way 2-1-1
309-999-4029 Comprehensive information and referral line to critical health and human care programs
Heart of Illinois United Way 309-674-5181 509 W High St
Peoria, IL 61606
Addresses community needs in Marshall, Stark, Peoria, Putnam, Tazewell, and Woodford Counties
Home Delivery Incontinent Supplies 800-269-4663
Horizon House of Illinois Valley  815-223-4488  2000 Plank Road
 Peru, IL 61354
Illinois Valley Brain Injury Clubhouse 815-672-3000 509 E Broadway Street
Streator, IL 61364
Day activity center for people with Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke, where members, volunteers and staff work side by side on a daily work schedule through kitchen, business and social units.
Support Group meets the 1st Monday of the month at 6PM at OSF Saint Elizabeth Medical Center 1100 E Norris Drive in Ottawa. 
Low Income Internet Guide 855-825-1386
Mendota Area Senior Services (MASS) 815-539-9673 1901 Tom Mersin Dr
Mendota, IL 61342
SHIP Counseling, Transportation, Social Activities and Trainings for Person’s with Disabilities and Seniors
Nightengale’s 815-539-6100 708 Jefferson Streeat
Mendota, IL 61342
 Low cost clothing, household items, medical equipment. Accepts donations of clothing, household items.
Putnam County
Community Center
815-339-2711 128 First St
Standard, IL 61363
Tri-County Opportunities Council 815-224-0028 308 N 30th Rd
LaSalle , IL 61301

Serves Bureau, Carroll, LaSalle, Lee, Marshall, Ogle, Putnam, Stark, and Whiteside Counties

University of Illinois Extension 815-875-2878
Bureau County
850 Thompson St
Princeton, IL 61356
Provides practical translations of cutting edge research to help people, businesses and communities find answers to the most pressing issues.  Also offers educational programs. Serves LaSalle, Bureau, Putnam and Marshall Counties 
LaSalle County
IVCC: 815 N Orlando Smith Road
Oglesby, IL 61348
LaSalle County 
1689 N 31st Road Suite 2
Ottawa, IL 61350
309-364-2356 509 Front St Suite 4
Henry, IL 61537
Veterans Crisis Line 800-273-8255 Press 1 Text 838255 to receive support 24/7
  even if they are not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care
Veterans Dental Health 866-387-3513 NewMouth was created to keep the public, including veterans, educated about current dental care practices, oral health basics, and how to find the best treatment possible. The team of medical writers and dentists provide the most up-to-date dental information in every aspect of dentistry. Their goal is to be a one-stop-shop for all of your dental and oral health needs!  
Western Illinois Agency on Aging 309-793-6800 729 34th Ave
Rock Island, IL 61201

Disability Resources

General Resources for Individuals with Disabilities

Illinois Network of Centers for Independent Living

National Organization on Disability
The mission of the National Organization on Disability (NOD) is to expand the participation and contribution of America ’s 54 million men, women and children with disabilities in all aspects of life.

New Mobility


BMP TriCounty Special Education815-646-8031www.bmpspeced.orgTiskilwa
Caring Hands Day Care & Midwest Center Christian Academy815-224-4077childcarecenter.usLaSalle
Child & Family Connections888-482-4300www.cicfc.orgPeoria
Family Matters Parent Training and Information Center866-436-7842www.fmptic.orgEffingham
Henry/Stark Counties Special Education309-852-5696www.hscsed.orgKewanee
IL Regional Office of
IVCC Center for Accessibility &
Lighted Way815-224-1345www.lway1.orgLaSalle
SAL Child Care Connection  Peoria
TCOC Head Start815-322-7537 Ext 123/134/
TCOC Head Start Earlville815-246-7288 Earlville
TCOC Head Start Lacon309-246-6398 Lacon
TCOC Head Start Mendota815-538-3026 Mendota
TCOC Head Start Ottawa815-433-3025 Ottawa
TCOC Head Start Ottawa Extended Day815-434-1355 Ottawa
TCOC Head Start Ottawa FD/FY815-433-9750 Ottawa
TCOC Head Start Spring Valley815-663-1420 Spring Valley
TCOC Head Start Streator815-779-4694/815-915-4065 Streator
TCOC Head Start Wyoming309-695-2064 Wyoming
U of I Extension Marshall-Putnam Office309-364-2356extension.illinois.eduHenry
U of I Extension Oglesby Office815-224-0889extension.illinois.eduOglesby
U of I Extension Ottawa Office815-433-0707extension.illinois.eduOttawa
Woodford County Special Education Association309-367-4901www.wcsea.usMetamora

We Connect Now
Website for College Students with Disabilities

Careers & Degrees in Healthcare: A Guide for Students with Disabilities

Resources and Support for College Students with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, or Dyscalculia:

Scholarships & Resources for Students with Visual Disabilities:

Youth and Family Services

Erickson Institute312-755-2250451 N LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60654
Educates, inspires and promotes leadership to serve the needs of children and families so all can achieve optimal education, social, emotional and physical wellbeing 
Family Matters
Parent Training & Information Center
866-436-78421901 S. 4th St., Ste. 209
Effingham, IL 62401
State wide network for parents of children with disabilities
Illinois Department of Children and Family Services815-433-43715415 1550 1st Ave
Ottawa, IL 61350
Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago – Pediatric Medicine312-227-4000
225 E. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611​
Professional Services
Children’s Psychiatry, Counseling and Evaluation
National Runaway Safeline773-880-98603141 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60657
Toll free Hotline 800-786-2929
SAL Child Care Connection309-686-37503425 N Dries Ln
Peoria, IL 61604
Child Care Assistance and Training
The Centers for Behavior Intervention 815-200-67514401 Progress Blvd,
Peru, IL 61354
Behavioral Interventions, ABA Therapy
Formerly IV Autism Center
The Center for Youth and Family Solutions815-223-4007815 2nd St
LaSalle, IL 61301
Not-for-profit Social Service Agency
Youth Service Bureau  815-223-415112 Gunia Dr #3
LaSalle, IL 61301
Counseling and Family Support
815-433-3953424 West Madison St
Ottawa, IL 61350
815-872-21191702 1/2 W Peru St
Princeton, IL 61356

Energy Assistance Programs

Ameren Illinois Fresh income eligible, may be able to receive financial assistance that will be applied directly to account. Amounts vary based on household income level, electric and/or gas service and amount owed. The Fresh Start Program is scheduled through May 31, 2021 or until funding is exhausted. of IL Program –  Eligibility is based on household sixe and past 30 days household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level
Residential: Ameren Illinois Hardship Grants800-755-5000Ameren Illinois Hardship Grants for families who are experiencing financial hardship due to job loss, illness, disability or senior citizen. Eligibility is based on household size and past 30 days household income between 0%-200% the federal poverty level. This program is administered by the local community action agencies, often the same agencies that administers the LIHEAP Program. Completed application, proof of income and copy of most recent energy bill. Applications are accepted until funds are exhausted.
Residential: Ameren Illinois Military Support Ameren Illinois Military Suppport Program provides energy grants up to $150 per household per year to help pay electric bills for qualifying active members of the military and disabled veterans.
Warm Neighbors Cool Friends (WNCF)Bureau LaSalle Township Office assistance program designed to help moderate income seniors and families who have temporarily experienced a hardship and yet may not meet the guidelines of goverment programs. Eligibility is based on household income between 200% – 350% the federal poverty level. WNCF works with a statewide network of social service agencies, church groups and community organizations to determine applicant eligibility at the local level. Completed application along with proof of income and a copy of most recent energy bill. 


Food & Food Pantries

Body and Soul Food Ministry
(Victory Baptist Church) 
815-539-9081505 W 7th Ave
Mendota, IL 61342
Open every 1st and 3rd WED of the month from 5-7 pm
Bureau County DHS Community Resource Center Food Stamp Office815-875-1134225 Backbone Road East
Princeton, IL 61356
Bureau County Food Pantry815-875-60641019 North Main St
Princeton, IL 61356
Community Food Basket815-431-0155519 WMadison St
Ottawa, IL 61350
LaSalle County 
First Baptist Church Amboy Pantry815-857-268224 N Mason
Amboy, IL 61310
Five loaves and Two Fish815-786-4822235 E Lundy Lane
Leland, IL 60531
LaSalle County 
Grace Community Church Food Pantry815-672-77001634 N Illinois Rte 23
treator, IL 61364
Illinois Valley Food Pantry815-224-3658122 Wright St
LaSalle, IL 61301
LaSalle County 
Koinonia Food Pantry309-238-1246405 N Washington St
Lacon, IL 61540
Marshall County
Mendota Area
Christian Pantry
815-538-2211918 Main St
Mendota, IL 61342
Earlville, LaMoille, Mendota, Meridan, Sublette, Troy Grove, Triumph
MSW Projects309-364-22871013 Western Ave
PO Box 140
Henry, IL 61537
Marshall, Stark and Woodford County Senior Citizen Nutrition(Meals on Wheels) and Marshall and Stark Senior Public Transportation 
Project Success/Hall Township 815-663-2085500 North Terry St
Spring Valley, IL 61362
Serves residents of Arlington, Bureau, Cherry, Ladd, Dalzell, Depue, Hollowayville, Seatonville and Ladd
Putnam County 815-339-2305103 N Church
PO Box 96
Granville, IL 61326
Located in the basement of United Church of Christ
Streatorland Community 815-673-3688210 N Wasson Street
Streator, IL 61364
LaSalle County 


Illinois Department of Human Services
DHS can help you and your families meet your basic needs. They offer a range of services to help you become healthy and self-sufficient.

Illinois General Assembly & State Legislation

(Legislative information on the internet)

Office of Disability Rights Bureau- Attorney General’s Office
People with disabilities are entitled, as a matter of law, to fair and equal opportunities in all aspects of life. The Disability Rights Bureau enforces State and Federal laws that protect the rights of people with disabilities to equal access to buildings, housing, and services. The Bureau resolves accessibility and discrimination violations impacting the people of the state of Illinois through negotiation and litigation.

Healthcare Bureau of the Attorney General’s Office
As the business of medicine has become more complex, consumers have experienced more confusion and difficulty obtaining the care and benefits to which they are entitled. To assist the consumers of Illinois with these problems the Attorney General opened the Health Care Bureau in October 1998. Since then our staff has helped to clear up more than 8,000 complaints relating to health care issues.

Illinois Attorney General’s Office – Lisa Madigan
Offers many services and advice to Illinois citizens including information and safety tips on identity theft, consumer fraud, protecting women and citizens with disabilities and seniors, crime victims, etc.

Illinois Department of Human Rights
The Department of Human Rights administers the Illinois Human Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status (with regard to employment), familial status (with regard to real estate transactions), age, marital status, physical or mental disability, military status, unfavorable military discharge, and sexual orientation.

United States Department of Justice
Mission: To enforce the law and defend the interests of the United States according to the law; to ensure public safety against threats foreign and domestic; to provide federal leadership in preventing and controlling crime; to seek just punishment for those guilty of unlawful behavior; and to ensure fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans.


Get Covered Illinois

Health Departments

Bureau County Health Department 815-872-5091526 Bureau Valley Parkway Princeton 61356 
LaSalle County 815-433-3366 717 E Etna Rd Ottawa 
815-539-95481007 Main St Mendota 61342 
815-433-336668 3rd St LaSalle 
Marshall County Health Department309-246-8074319 6th St Lacon 61540 
Putnam County Health Department 815-925-7326222 East High Street # 102 Hennepin 61327 
Stark/Henry County Health Department 309-852-01974424 US 34 Kewanee 61443 

Hearing Center


Administration of Hearing Department217-782-7065Springfield Office: 501 S 2nd St Suite 275 Springfield , IL 62756 Chicago Office: 17 N. State Ste 1200 Chicago, IL 60602 
CapTel Captioned 
Hammers Hearing Care Center815-224-2445645 First Street LaSalle and 747 Etna Rd Ottawa  
ITAC 800-841-6167www.itactty.orgITAC is a Not-for-Profit serving the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, Deaf-Blind, and Speech-Disabled communities.
ITAC Exchanges888-515-8120  

Homeless Shelter

Illinois Valley Public Action to Deliver Shelter
815-224-79704471 Progress BLVD
Peru, IL 61354
ivpads.com815-433-12921120 Canal St
Ottawa, IL 61350
National Call Center for Homeless Veterans1-877-4AID VET

Illinois Services

AgrAbility844-876-5623Promotes independence in agriculture for people with disabilities and their families. Collaborators: University of Illinois Extension, Macon Resource Inc (MRI), Illinois Assistive Technology Program (IATP), and Community Health Partnership of Illinois.
Bureau of Blind Services217-785-3887 V/TTY  The Illinois Department of Human Services’ Division of Rehabilitation Services (IDHS/DRS) is the state’s lead agency serving persons with disabilities. Our staff work one-on-one with individuals who have disabilities and their families to empower them to reach their employment, education and independent living goal
Department of Human Services / Department of Rehabilitation Services
DHS Doors
Shayne Miller
905 2nd St
LaSalle, IL 61301
Illinois Assistive Technology217-522-79851020 South Spring Street
Springfield, IL 62704
IATP provides the following programs: Demonstrations, Device Loans, State Financing, AT Reutilization.  IATP also provides Information and Assistance, Training and Technical Assistance, as well as, collaborates with state agencies and disability organizations statewide to improve and expand policies and practices to include greater access to and funding for AT.
Illinois Assistive Technology Loan Program217-522-79851020 South Spring Street
Springfield, IL 62704
The Loan Program offers: Loans from $1001 to $30,000 to be used to purchase assistive technology. Home Modification Loans which are limited to a max of $5,000 to be used to make modifications to allow individuals to live more independently. Credit Builder Loans from $250 to $1,000 to be used to purchase assistive technology while improving credit history.
Mobility Workswww.mobilityworks.comNational chain of wheelchair accessible van providers – serving the disabled community with wheelchair accessible minivans, full-size vans with lifts and commercial fleet vehicles. Thousands of individuals and business clients each year are impacted by the products and services we provide.
Personal Mobility844-255-10102924 N Dirksen Pkwy
Springfield, IL 62702
Wheelchair, Stair Lifts, Residential Elevators, Ramp Vans and Lifts, Mobility Products, Driving Systems, Wheelchairs and scooters
Quad City Prosthetic Orthotic Centre 309-283-08804730 44th St
Rock Island, IL 61201


Legal Assistance

Equip for Equality (extremely helpful for disability-related legal issues)
Equip for Equality engages in five major programs including the Legal Advocacy Program, the Training Institute on Disability Rights, the Public Policy Program, the Abuse Investigation Unit, the Special Education Clinic/Helpline, and much more…

Prairie State Legal Services
Prairie State Legal Services offers free legal services for low income persons and those over 60 who have serious civil legal problems and need legal help to solve them.

American Bar Association Center for Pro Bono
Links to information on free legal assistance with the SSI appeal process and other related civil matters.

Illinois Bar Association
Find the right lawyer for right purpose and legal information.

Peoria County Self-Help Center
The Peoria County Self-Help Center is a public service that provides legal information and resources to people who would like to represent themselves sin court. The Center is housed in the Peoria Courthouse Law Library.

Resale Shops

Finders Keepers815-879-7387956 N Main St Princeton 61356 
Furniture Sellers815-434-9344201 West Stevenson Rd Ottawa 
Goodwill815-220-10031307 N 38th St Peru 
815-434-4680501 W Stevenson Rd Ottawa 61350 
815-756-42001037 S Annie Glidden Rd DeKalb 60115 
Lily Pads815-224-30471320 Menards Dr Peru 
Ottawa Community Thrift Store Madison Street OttawaLeslie Mulderink Owner
Salvation Army815-220-07661608 36th St Peru 
815-433-0798700 Chestnut St Ottawa 
Servants Heart 815-434-48492735 Columbus St Ottawa 61350 
The Closet815-875-31452026 N Main St Princeton  
Upscale Resale815-664-2414214 W St Paul St Spring Valley 


Special Recreation Association Network of Illinois (SRANI)
This website is designed by therapeutic recreation professionals in Illinois who are passionate about bringing community based recreation programs to all the residents of Illinois who have a disability or handicapping condition.


Directory of Illinois Websites for People with Disabilities, Family Members, Service Providers, and Professionals

Division of Specialized Care for Children Resources Link
A link to many, many other great links for persons with disabilities

Illinois Valley Chamber of Commerce

Spinal Cord Injury – Paraquad

Substance Abuse and Addiction Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous
Al-Anon Family Groups
& Alateen
Narcotics Anonymous
Perfectly Flawed Foundation815-830-8675240 1st St
LaSalle, IL 61301



Links to Free & Low Cost Medical Transportation Services A-Z

Other Transportation available
Download Transportation PDF

Wish Granting

Make-a-Wish Foundation of America
This organization which serves all 50 states, Guam, and Puerto Rico grants wishes to children in the United States with terminal illnesses or life-threatening medical conditions that create the probability the children will not survive beyond their 18th year.

Central Illinois Dream Factory
Grants dreams to children in the Central Illinois area (75 mile radius of Peoria, Illinois), who are between the ages of 3 and 18 years who have been diagnosed with critical or chronic illnesses

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