Energy Assistance Programs
Description: A number of resources are offered by ComEd to struggling and income qualified customers.
Information: 1-888-806-2273 www.ComEdassistanceprograms.com
Description: Various programs include the Nicor Gas Sharing Program, Nicor Gas Budget Plan and Nicor Gas Energy Efficiency Program. Specific information regarding the Nicor Gas Energy Efficiency Program can be found at www.nicorgasrebates.com.
Information: 1-888-642-6748 www.nicor.com
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) or Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP)
Description: Hardship programs and grants are available for customers facing challenges in paying electric and gas bills. Eligibility is based on several factors including household size, location and income.
Information: 1-877-411-9276 www.illinoisliheap.com
Social Service Organizations
Aging Care Connections
Description: Provides to adults 60 and older and their family members. Programs and services are designed to provide options for care to seniors in order to enhance their ability to remain as independent as possible.
Information: 708-354-1323 www.agingcareconnections.org
Description: An agency that helps homeless individuals obtain stable, affordable housing and professional counseling.
Information: 708-354-0858 www.beds-plus.org
Community and Economic Development Association (CEDA)
Description: Offers case management and supportive services to residents in Suburban Cook County with low incomes who demonstrate the motivation to be sustainable.
Information: 708-222-3824 www.cedaorg.net
Community Nurse Health Association
Description: Community healthcare center for residents of the western suburbs of Chicago, focusing on those who have limited access to care. A modest sliding scale is available for low-income and uninsured individuals.
Information: 708-352-0081 www.communitynurse.org
Helping Hand Center
Description: Provides quality programs and services to children and adults with disabilities.
Information: 708-352-3580 www.hhcenter.org
Gateway Special Recreation Association (SRA)
Description: Provides recreation services throughout the year to children, teens, and adults with disabilities.
Information: 1- 630-325-3857 (ext. 110) www.ray-graham.org
Description: Offers programs for elementary through high school aged youth. The programs are designed to give youth the tools, confidence and passion to want to make a difference in their community.
Information: 708-579-5898 www.theleadershop.org
Description: Provides mental health services, social services, and education for people of all ages. Fees are collected on a sliding scale.
Information: 708-745-5277 www.pillarscommunity.org
Young at Heart
Description: Provides adult day care and home assistive services.
Information: 708-639-4342 www.youngatheart.info