Elderwerks Senior Resource Directory 2023-2024 Edition

ELDERWERKS EDUCATIONAL SERVICES a 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit Corporation (855) 462 0100 | Elderwerks.org | Find us on Social Media! 251 E. Northwest Highway | Palatine, IL 60067 2023•2024 SENIOR RESOURCE DIRECTORY th

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 2 A Standing Ovation for QUALITY MEMORY CARE At Encore Memory Care, we APPLAUD family caregivers’ e orts to provide the best care possible for their loved ones with memory loss. MEMORY CARE Call to schedule a tour and ask about our monthly caregiver support groups. BOLINGBROOK 630.759.0797 | CRYSTAL LAKE 815.459.7800 | SOUTH BARRINGTON 847.844.1205 Helping you care for yourself and your loved one is WHAT WE DO BEST

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 3 THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT When older adults needed support, Elderwerks was there because of the generosity and confidence of grantors, professional partners, volunteers, donors, and supporters of Elderwerks mission. Thanks to the 2022 Elderwerks grantors and donors for their support allowing Elderwerks to provide services for income challenged older adults and to print the Elderwerks Resource Directory for 2023/2024. • Amcor Cares • Barrington Area Community Foundation • FJK Private Foundation • McHenry County Housing & Development Grant • Paluch Family Foundation • The Community Foundation for McHenry County • The Foglia Family Foundation • 100 Woman That Care Northwest Suburban Chicago Elderwerks thanks the dedicated volunteers donating thousands of hours to help us with our programs such as Make Senior Smile Cards, special events, the Aging Better Expo, deliveries, programs, food drive, and so much more. With the help of our volunteers, Elderwerks was able to help fight off senior isolation and provided education and resources to thousands of Illinois seniors. For all that have chosen Elderwerks as your preferred notfor-profit to donate to one time or monthly, and for those who donated in memory of a loved one, with grateful hearts the team at Elderwerks thanks you. Thank You FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 4 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY September 1, 2022 Elderwerks Educational Services turned 10 in September. When we opened our doors in 2012, we only dreamt about achieving the kind of growth and support we enjoy today. With hard work from a dedicated team and community partnerships we have served thousands of older adults, families, and professionals. Below are highlights that illustrate our first decade of service: 87,185 Phone calls answered 46,063 Professionals attended 1,316 continuing education events 23,877 Community members attended 688 aging educational events 11,329 Letters, poems, art, and cards distributed to isolated seniors 9,397 Seniors helped with senior housing and home care referrals 2,852 People attended 6 Aging Better Expos 458 People participated in Stepping Out for Fitness 35 People participated in our caregiver support groups (new in 2022) During the COVID-19 pandemic we continued serving our communities and never missed a day. Our dedicated team, volunteers, and local professional partners stepped up and bravely continued serving seniors and helping them navigate one of the most frightening times of this generation. We firmly believe education helps everyone give and receive help. Supporting others has always been our goal here at Elderwerks. The fun we’ve had over the past 10 years makes us look forward to, with great anticipation, of what we can accomplish by the fall of 2023. (855) 462 0100 | Help@Elderwerks.org 251 E. Northwest Highway | Palatine, IL 60067 www.Elderwerks.org

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 5 LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT (855) 462 0100 | Help@Elderwerks.org 251 E. Northwest Highway | Palatine, IL 60067 www.Elderwerks.org Elderwerks Educational Services provides senior living coordination, advocacy, and education. We act as “senior guidance advisors” assisting those who ask for our advice. Our expert advisors help seniors make an informed decision whether it’s staying home or finding a new place to call home. Our team has been assisting families, just like yours, for years. There are many reasons to call Elderwerks: aging questions, concerns about a loved one, or peace of mind. We know from first-hand experience what it’s like to help a loved-one in crisis. Talking with your parents, grandparents, and extended family about aging and their preferences is extremely important. Knowing what to do should something happen will help everyone react appropriately and not emotionally. If you’re unsure where to start give us a call. Our Advisors are exceptional at helping others find solutions to their aging questions. Whether there is an immediate need or you’re in the planning stages, we can help. Sincerely, President & Founder Chicago / NorthShore: (847) 877-8215 DuPage, Boone & McHenry Counties: (224) 500-6673 Lake / McHenry Counties: (224) 500-6674 South & Western Suburbs: (224) 500-4777 Other States: (855) 462-0100 Social Services: (224) 828-0154 Elderwerks Educational Services, a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 6 TABLE OF CONTENTS - LISTED BY PAGE NUMBER SECTION 1 OUTREACH ASSISTANCE SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH_ _ 9 - 37 Social Service Assistance______________________ 11 - 22 LGBTQ+ Resources_ ________________________ 22 - 24 Assistance for Non-English Speaking & Various Nationalities_______________________ 24 - 27 Area Agencies on Aging_ ____________________ 27 - 28 Education Resources____________________________28 Support Groups____________________________ 28 - 37 If you don’t find a group listed, support groups can be found at hospitals, senior & community centers, libraries, places of worship, townships and park districts, etc. ALS_ ____________________________________ 28 - 29 Amputee_ ____________________________________29 Arthritis_ _____________________________________29 Bereavement__________________________________29 Brain Injury________________________________ 29 - 30 Brain Tumor___________________________________30 Burn Survivors Caregivers________________________30 Cancer____________________________________30 - 31 Cardiac_ _____________________________________ 31 Caregiver__________________________________31 - 32 Compulsive Hoarding____________________________32 Dementia _ _______________________________ 32 - 34 Depression_ __________________________________ 34 Diabetes_ ____________________________________ 34 Fibromyalgia_ _________________________________ 34​ Grandparents Raising Grandchildren________________34 Hearing Loss__________________________________34 Holocaust Survivors_____________________________34 Huntington’s Disease____________________________35 LGBTQ+______________________________________35 OCD/Anxiety_ _________________________________35 Parkinson’s Disease_________________________ 35 - 36 Stroke_______________________________________36 Vision____________________________________ 36 - 37 Miscellaneous_ ________________________________ 37 CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS_________________ 38 - 42 VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATIONS_ ________________ 42 - 43 PET RESOURCES_ ___________________________ 44 - 47 SECTION 2 ABUSE / EMERGENCY ILLINOIS LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDSMEN________ 49 - 50 ELDER ABUSE HOTLINES _ ________________________ 51 Agencies Responding to Abuse, Neglect & Financial Exploitation - Phone Lists_ ______________ 52 - 55 ELDER ABUSE PROVIDER AGENCIES ____________ 56 - 61 Domestic Violence Assistance_________________ 59 - 60 EMERGENCY SERVICES_______________________ 60 - 61 Crisis Prevention_ ______________________________60 Suicide Prevention______________________________60 Emergency Response Systems_ ___________________60 Emergency Response & Recovery - Disaster Planning___ 61 Disaster Preparedness_________________________ 62 - 63 SECTION 3 LEGAL ASSISTANCE & INFORMATION ELDER LAW/LEGAL SERVICES__________________ 65 - 72 What is Elder Law?______________________________66 Legal Advice & Services______________________ 66 - 68 Free & Reduced Cost Legal Advice & Representation_____________________________ 68 - 72 GUARDIANSHIP SERVICES_ _______________________72 SECTION 4 CAREGIVING CARE MANAGEMENT_________________________ 73 - 75 SECTION 5 MEDICAL RESOURCES MEDICAL RESOURCES________________________77 - 106 Affordable/Low Cost Medical Care_______________78 - 81 Physician/RN House Calls_ ____________________81 - 82 Disabilities________________________________ 82 - 83 Behavioral Health___________________________ 83 - 88 Behavioral Health Hospitals___________________ 88 - 89 Memory Assessment Programs_ ___________________89 County Health Departments___________________ 89 - 90 Dental Resources___________________________ 90 - 93 Medical Equipment & Supplies_____________________93 Equipment for Low Cost/No Cost Lending Closets by Location_ _________________ 93 - 95 Health Insurance Information_________________ 95 - 100

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS - LISTED BY PAGE NUMBER CONTINUED Hearing Resources_________________________100 - 102 Health & Exercise______________________________ 102 Physical Therapy______________________________ 102 Incontinence Resources_____________________102 - 103 Orthopedics__________________________________ 103 Pet Therapy _ ________________________________ 104 Pharmaceutical Resources___________________104 - 105 Vision Resources__________________________105 - 106 Free/Reduced Cost Wigs________________________ 106 Mobile Haircuts/Low Cost Haircuts_________________ 106 HOSPITALS & MEDICAL CENTERS______________ 107 - 114 ASSOCIATIONS FOR SPECIFIC ILLNESSES_ ______115 - 120 ALS/Lou Gehrig’s Disease_ _______________________115 Alzheimer’s Disease_____________________________115 Arthritis_ _____________________________________115 Blood Pressure_ _______________________________115 Bones_ ______________________________________115 Brain Health_______________________________115 - 116 Cancer_______________________________________116 Continence_ ______________________________116 - 117 Dementia _ ___________________________________117 Dental_ ______________________________________117 Dermatology__________________________________117 Diabetes_ ____________________________________117 Digestive Diseases______________________________117 Eye Sight_________________________________117 - 118 Fibromyalgia_ _________________________________118 Hearing_ _____________________________________118 Heart Health_ _________________________________118 Immune System________________________________118 Kidney Health_ ________________________________118 Liver Health___________________________________118 Lung Health___________________________________118 Mental Health_ ____________________________118 - 119 Multiple Sclerosis_______________________________119 Muscular Dystrophy_____________________________119 Neurological Disorders_ _________________________119 Pain Management_ _____________________________119 Parkinson’s Disease________________________ 119 - 120 Rare Disorders________________________________ 120 SECTION 6 MEDICARE / MEDICAID / INSURANCE / FINANCE MEDICARE/MEDICAID_ ______________________ 121 - 123 Assistance With Illinois Cares & Medicare D__________ 123 FINANCIAL RESOURCES_ ____________________124 - 128 Certified Long-Term Care Consultant_______________ 124 Gold & Silver Buyers_ __________________________ 128 SENIOR EMPLOYMENT___________________________129 Senior Employment Web-Based___________________ 129 SECTION 7 NUTRITION PROGRAMS NUTRITION PROJECTS_______________________ 131 - 142 Home Delivered Meals______________________ 136 - 137 Food Pantries_____________________________ 137 - 142 Home Delivered Groceries_______________________ 142 SECTION 8 SENIOR CENTERS SENIOR CENTERS___________________________143 - 155 SECTION 9 TOWNSHIP / TRANSPORTATION TOWNSHIP SERVICES_ ______________________157 - 160 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES_________________ 161 - 170 Local Transit Comparison Guide_____________________161 Hospital & Medical Transportation_ ____________ 167 - 169 Air Transportation______________________________ 169 Driving Evaluation Programs_ ________________ 169 - 170 SENIOR NEWS_ ________________________________ 171 SECTION 10 UTILITIES / MISC. GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS UTILITY INFORMATION_ _____________________173 - 175 Cable_______________________________________ 174 Electric______________________________________ 174 Gas Company_ _______________________________ 174 Energy Resources_____________________________ 174 City Cooling Centers___________________________ 174 Telephone_ __________________________________ 175 Underground Utility Locator______________________ 175 Unwanted Phone Calls & Junk Mail_ _______________ 175 MISC. GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS & HOTLINES____176 - 178

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 8 TABLE OF CONTENTS - LISTED BY PAGE NUMBER SECTION 11 VETERANS SERVICES VETERANS RESOURCES_ ____________________179 - 187 Veterans Information_______________________180 - 185 VA Medical Centers____________________________ 185 Community-Based Outpatient Clinics___________ 185 - 186 Veterans Cemeteries___________________________ 186 Veterans Homes_ _________________________ 186 - 187 Veteran Fitness Program_ _______________________ 187 SECTION 12 WEBSITES WEBSITES FOR SENIORS_____________________189 - 196 Interesting or Fun Websites for Seniors_ ________ 194 - 196 SECTION 13 END-OF-LIFE SERVICES END OF LIFE SERVICES______________________197 - 199 SECTION 14 HOUSING LOW INCOME HOUSING ASSISTANCE___________201 - 211 Rental Assistance - Advocacy________________ 207 - 208 Homeless & Shelter Support Services_ _________208 - 211 Shared Housing________________________________211 ADAPTIVE DESIGN/SERVICES FOR AGING IN PLACE____________________________212 - 213 SECTION 15 REAL ESTATE INFORMATION SRES REALTORS / REALTY RELATED SERVICES_ __ 214 - 224 SRES Realtors_ __________________________ 216 - 220 Real Estate Appraisal Services____________________ 221 Realty Related Services_____________________221 - 222 Foreclosure Prevention_ ________________________223 Questions to Ask When Trying to Choose a Realtor______224 TAX INFORMATION / REVERSE MORTGAGE SERVICES___225 SECTION 16 SENIOR LIVING & CARE OPTIONS SENIOR HOUSING & CARE___________________226 - 259 Types of Senior Housing & Care______________ 228 - 229 Adult Day Services_________________________229 - 231 Assisted Living____________________________ 231 - 241 Continuum of Care Retirement Communities (CCRC)_______________________241 - 242 Home Care Agencies______________________ 243 - 245 Home Health Services__________________________245 Independent & Retirement Living Communities_______________________ 245 - 252 Memory Care____________________________ 253 - 257 Sheltered Care___________________________ 257 - 258 Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers_ ______ 258 - 259 MINI QUICK ASSESSMENT FOR FAMILIES____________260 SECTION 17 HELPFUL INFORMATION FOR OLDER ADULTS ELDERWERKS______________________________261 - 263 ABUSE_ _________________________________ 264 - 266 CAREGIVER _______________________________267 - 281 ELDER LAW ___________________________________282 EMERGENCY _____________________________ 283 - 288 END OF LIFE _ ____________________________ 289 - 292 FINANCES _______________________________ 293 - 294 FRAUD __________________________________ 295 - 301 HEALTH _________________________________ 302 - 307 HOME ____________________________________308 - 312 HOUSE OWNERSHIP ________________________313 - 327 LIFE _ ___________________________________ 328 - 329 MEDICAL _____________________________________330 MEDICARE_ _______________________________331 - 335 PLANNING _______________________________ 336 - 342 TRANSPORTATION ________________________ 343 - 347 VETERANS ________________________________348 - 351 SECTION 18 MEDICATIONS / CONTACTS MEDICATIONS / CONTACTS__________________ 353 - 361 Medications Tracker_______________________ 354 - 355 Medical Contacts_________________________ 356 - 357 Contact Information_______________________ 358 - 359 Advertiser Index ______________________________360 Elderwerks Contact Information___________________ 361

OUTREACH ASSISTANCE 9 OUTREACH ASSISTANCE SECTION 1 SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH____________________________9 - 37 Social Service Assistance_ ______________________________________________11 - 22 LGBTQ+ Resources___________________________________________________22 - 24 Assistance for Non-English Speaking & Various Nationalities____________________ 24 - 27 Area Agencies on Aging_______________________________________________27 - 28 Education Resources_____________________________________________________ 28 Support Groups_ ____________________________________________________28 - 37 ALS_______________________________________________________________28 - 29 Amputee______________________________________________________________ 29 Arthritis_______________________________________________________________ 29 Bereavement_ _________________________________________________________ 29 Brain Injury_ ________________________________________________________29 - 30 Brain Tumor____________________________________________________________ 30 Burn Survivors Caregivers_________________________________________________ 30 Cancer_ ___________________________________________________________ 30 - 31 Cardiac________________________________________________________________ 31 Caregiver_ _________________________________________________________ 31 - 32 Compulsive Hoarding____________________________________________________ 32 Dementia_ _________________________________________________________32 - 34 Depression_ ___________________________________________________________ 34 Diabetes______________________________________________________________ 34 Fibromyalgia___________________________________________________________ 34 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren_________________________________________ 34 Hearing Loss___________________________________________________________ 34 Holocaust Survivors_ ____________________________________________________ 34 Huntington’s Disease_ ___________________________________________________ 35 LGBTQ+_______________________________________________________________ 35 OCD/Anxiety___________________________________________________________ 35 Parkinson’s Disease_ _________________________________________________35 - 36 Stroke________________________________________________________________ 36 Vision_____________________________________________________________ 36 - 37 Miscellaneous__________________________________________________________ 37 CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS___________________________________________38 - 42 VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATIONS_ __________________________________________42 - 43 PET RESOURCES_ _____________________________________________________44 - 47 IN THIS SECTION PAGE

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(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 11 OUTREACH ASSISTANCE SOCIAL SERVICE ASSISTANCE Support, counseling, and education on aging. This section is dedicated to organizations that assist seniors with different aspects of their lives. Look here to find a group that offers counseling, education, resources; anything that helps with improving a senior’s quality of life. 211 www.211.org This is a free and confidential service that helps people find the local resources they need. Food, health, crisis and emergency, jobs and support, housing and utilities, and Veterans. Call 211 AID Association for Individual Development 877-243-0001 Main Office 630-966-4000 309 New Indian Trail Ct. Aurora, IL 60506 aidcares.org Assists those in the greater Fox Valley area and other western suburban counties with physical, developmental, intellectual & mental health challenges to enjoy lives of dignity and purpose. Client & family support, community day & residential services, and behavioral health services. AIM-CIL Achieving Independence & Mobility Center 3130 Finley Rd. Suite 500 Downers Grove, IL 60515 630-469-2300 - Voice & TTY 630-984-4251 - Video Relay www.aim-cil.org Provides services, information and resources for housing, benefits and transportation to people with disabilities living in Kane, Kendall and DuPage counties. Aging Care Connections 111 W. Harris Ave. LaGrange, IL 60525 708-354-1323 www.agingcareconnections.org Not-for-profit organization that provides information, and a range of programs and services to older adults & their families such as care coordination, congregate meals, education & training, transportation, respite, adult protective services, benefits assistance, support groups, and more. Norwood Park, Leyden, Proviso, Lyons & Riverside Townships served. Anixter Center 6610 N. Clark St. Chicago, IL 60626 773-973-7900 | 773-973-2180 (TTY) www.anixter.org Provides an array of services & supports for people with disabilities & related challenges to live, learn, work & play in the community. Antioch Area Healthcare Accessibility Alliance 874 Main Street Antioch, IL 60002 847-395-2809 www.aahaa4health.org Provides free services for those who live in Antioch, Fox Lake, Ingleside, Lake Villa, Lakemoor, and Volo, IL. AAHAA will answer your healthcare questions, assist with finding rides to medical appointments, help you find a doctor, and assist with understanding and applying for health insurance. *See ad on page 28 The Ark Northwest 3100 Dundee Rd. Suite 802 Northbrook, IL 60062 773-973-1000 www.arkchicago.org Not-for-profit, community-funded social service agency. Assists Chicagoland Jews from all walks of life. Provides medical, dental and eye clinics, pharmacy, rent assistance, and food, etc. The Ark 6450 N. California Ave. Chicago, IL 60645 773-973-1000 www.arkchicago.org Not-of-profit service agency that assists Chicagoland Jews by providing medical, dental eye clinics, pharmacy, rent assistance, and food, etc. Barrington Area Council On Aging (BACOA) Barrington, North & South Barrington, Barrington Hills, Deer Park, Tower Lakes 6000 Garlands Lane, Suite 100 Barrington, IL 60010 847-381-5030 www.bacoa.org Boone County Council on Aging 2141 Henry Luckow Lane Belvidere, IL 61008 815-544-9893 | 800-961-5336 www.keenage.org Canine Companions for Independence P.O. Box 446 Santa Rosa, CA 95402-0446 800-572-2275 TTY 866-224-3647 (National) https://www.canine.org/ A non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships. SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH Social Services continued “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” Henry Ford

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 12 Many Options There are many types of senior communities. Elderwerks knows all of the communities in Northern Illinois. After an initial conversation, we can assist you in finding one that is a good fit for your lifestyle. Senior communities have strict guidelines in place to ensure residents stay safe and healthy. Doctors, nurses, and therapists are available to meet with residents in person or via telehealth. Stay Safe and Healthy Maintenance-Free Living As we age, it can become difficult and overwhelming to continue to manage a house and keep up with all the cleaning and maintenance that is required. Senior communities will provide meals and take care of all cleaning and maintenance so you can spend time doing things you enjoy. Maximize Independence Living in a senior community will allow you to remain independent longer. You will have the autonomy to choose how you want to spend your time, make new friends, and enjoy your new lifestyle. Peace of Mind No more worrying about an emergency or needing help. Communities have staff available 24/7 to assist you. Socialization All of us are happier when we can socialize and have friendships. Social isolation may cause a decline in a senior's health. Senior communities offer a variety of activities and opportunities to socialize. Older adults may be hesitant to move from their familiar home and surroundings. What are the benefits of moving sooner rather than later? Why Should I Move? 855-462-0100 www.elderwerks.org Even if you're not ready to move yet, you can explore the options in your area. Contact Elderwerks for a complimentary consultation to plan for your future.

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 13 OUTREACH ASSISTANCE Capable Demonstration Project Community Aging in Place, Advancing Better Living for Elders (CAPABLE) is a low-cost program that integrates a registered nurse an occupational therapist and a licensed handyman who work with individual seniors—particularly low-income urban men and women of color—to keep them at home, functional and safe. Eligibility: Age 65+, residing at home in Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Mount Prospect, Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Des Plaines, and all towns located in Palatine and Wheeling townships. Be willing to answer questions before services begin and after services are completed. Agree to work with an occupational therapist and nurse on agreed-upon goals. For additional details contact: North West Housing Partnership at 847-969-0561 Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago (Main Office) 721 N. LaSalle Chicago, IL 60654 312-655-7700 www.catholiccharities.net Assists seniors in the Chicagoland area with a broad spectrum of services. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - City of Chicago (Senior Case Management North) 3125 N. Knox Ave. Chicago, IL 60641 773-583-9224 www.catholiccharities.net Case management for seniors who live on the Northside of the City of Chicago (Northeast/Northwest). Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - Lake County (Senior Case Management) 101 N. Cedar Lake Road Round Lake, IL 60073 847-546-5733 www.catholiccharities.net Case management for seniors living in Lake County. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - Lake County 671 S. Lewis Waukegan, IL 60085 847-782-4000 847-546-5733 www.catholiccharities.net Assists seniors in Lake County with a broad spectrum of services. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - City of Chicago (Southwest) St. Gall Parish 5533 Sawyer Ave. Chicago, IL 60629 773-349-8835 847-546-5733 www.catholiccharities.net Assists seniors in the Chicago area with a broad spectrum of services. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - City of Chicago (St. Sabina) 1120 W. 79th St. Chicago, IL 60621 773-846-3018 www.catholiccharities.net Assists seniors in the Chicago area with a broad spectrum of services. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - City of Chicago (Senior Case Management Southwest) 2601 West Marquette Avenue Chicago, IL 60629 773-349-8082 www.catholiccharities.net Case management for seniors who live in the Southwest side of the City of Chicago. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - City of Chicago (Senior Case Management West) 3932 W. Madison Street Chicago, IL 60624 773-922-7250 www.catholiccharities.net Case management for seniors living in the Westside of the City of Chicago. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - Northwest Suburbs (Senior Case Management) 1801 W. Central Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 847-253-5500 www.catholiccharities.net Assists seniors in northwestern Cook County with a broad spectrum of services. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - North/Northwest Suburbs 1717 Rand Rd. Des Plaines, IL 60016 847-376-2100 www.catholiccharities.net Assists seniors in northern Cook County with a broad spectrum of services. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - South/Southwest Suburbs 12731 S. Wood St. Blue Island, IL 60406 South: 708-333-8379 Southwest: 708-430-0428 www.catholiccharities.net Assists seniors in the Southern area with a broad spectrum of services. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - South Suburbs (Senior Case Management) 15300 S. Lexington Harvey, IL 60426 708-596-2222 Case management for seniors living in the townships of Bremen, Bloom, Calumet, Thornton and Rich. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - West Suburbs 1400 S. Austin Blvd. Cicero, IL 60804 708-222-1491 www.catholiccharities.net Assists seniors in Western Cook County with a broad spectrum of services. Catholic Charities Diocese of Joliet 815-933-7791 - Will County 630-495-8008 - DuPage County 815-774-4663 - Grundy/Kendall County 815-933-7791 - Kankakee/Iroquois/ Ford Counties www.catholiccharitiesjoliet.org Catholic Charities Diocese of Peoria 309-636-8000 SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH Social Services continued

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 14 Catholic Charities Diocese of Springfield 217-523-9201 Catholic Charities - McHenry 815-344-6956 | 800-369-0895 Assists with emergency services such as meals, utilities, rent, etc. Catholic Charities - Rockford 815-965-6993 Assists with emergency services such as meals, utilities, rent, etc. Catholic Charities Diocese of Rockford 815-399-4300 Assists with emergency rent and utilities services for Rockford and the counties of Boone, Carroll, DeKalb, Jo Daviess, Kane, Lee, McHenry, Ogle, Stephenson, Winnebago, and Whiteside. Also offers senior counseling. catholiccharities.rockforddiocese.org CEDA Private Community Action Agency providing community & economic development programs, and direct social services that address the needs of low income residents & communities in Cook County. Assists with energy assistance programs and home weatherization & housing services. 800-571-2332 www.cedaorg.net CEDA Regional Community Service Centers: Central Administrative Offices 567 W. Lake St., Ste. 1200 Chicago, IL 60661 312-782-2332 | 800-571-2332 South Suburbs 1203 West End Avenue Chicago Heights, IL 60411 708-754-4575 53 East 154th Street Harvey, IL 60426-3645 708-339-3610 3518 West 139th Street Robbins, IL 60472-2002 708-371-1220 West Suburbs 6141 West Roosevelt Road Cicero, IL 60804 708-222-3824 5818 S. Archer Ave. Summit, IL 60501 708-458-2736 North Suburbs 2010 Dewey Ave., Lower Level Evanston, IL 60201-3524 847-328-5166 Center of Concern Cook County 1665 Elk Blvd. Des Plaines, IL 60016 847-823-0453 www.centerofconcern.org *See ad below Center on Halsted 3656 N. Halsted Chicago, IL 60613 773-472-6469 | 773-661-0954 (TTY) www.centeronhalsted.org Provides an array of programs and services for LGBTQ community members over the age 55 through their Senior Program. Meals, social, advocacy, friendly visits, homesharing, employment programs and more. Chicago Commons 515 E. 50th St., Suite 200 Chicago, IL 60615 773-638-5600 www.chicagocommons.org Not-for-profit helps seniors and disabled adults by providing adult day and home care services. SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH H O M E S H A R I N G BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER Do you have an extra room in your home/apartment/condominium? Are you in need of additional income? Have you been searching for companionship? Seeking affordable housing? For more information or to apply: 1665 Elk Blvd. Des Plaines, Illinois 60016 Phone: 847-823-0453 www.centerofconcern.org (Serving Residents of Suburban Cook County Only) “The best classroom in the world is at the feet of an elderly person.” Andy Roony

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 15 OUTREACH ASSISTANCE Social Services continued The Chicago Lighthouse 1850 W. Roosevelt Rd. Chicago, IL 60608 312-666-1331 | 312-666-8874 (TTY) 312-957-4865 (Video Phone) www.chicagolighthouse.org A not-for-profit agency committed to providing the highest quality education, clinical, vocational and rehabilitation services to children, youth and adults who are blind or visually impaired, including deaf-blind and multi-disabled. The Chicago Lighthouse North 222 Waukegan Rd. Glenview, IL 60025 847-510-6200 www.chicagolighthouse.org Full service facilities are located in the Illinois Medical District of Chicago and in suburban Glenview. Chicago Lighthouse Clinics: Illinois Medical District The Chicago Lighthouse 1850 W. Roosevelt Rd. Chicago, IL 60608 312-997-3686 (clinic number) North Suburbs The Chicago Lighthouse North 222 Waukegan Rd. Glenview, IL 60025 847-510-6200 Downtown Chicago Northwestern Memorial Hospital Satellite Clinic 259 E. Erie Street, Suite 1520 Chicago, IL 60611 312-997-3686 Southwest Suburbs Ingalls Family Care Center 19550 Governors Hwy. Flossmoor, IL 60422 312-997-3686 Northwest Indiana TradeWinds 3198 E. 83rd Pl. Merrillville, IN 46410 312-997-3686 CJE SeniorLife 3003 W. Touhy Ave. Chicago, IL 60645 773-508-1000 www.cje.net CJE SeniorLife enhances the lives of older adults and their families through a comprehensive network that includes housing, health care, community services, health and wellness education, life enrichment programs and applied research. *See ad below Community Action Partnership of Lake County (CAP) 2424 Washington Street Waukegan, IL 60085 224-412-8945 caplakecounty.org This organization assists those who reside in Lake County with temporary shelter, utility & rent/mortgage assistance, home energy bills, affordable housing, and more. SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH Your Center for Positive Aging Since 1972 Find out how we can be of service to you at www.cje.net and 773.508.1000! CJE SeniorLife® is a partner with the Jewish United Fund in serving our community. 861.9.2022 CJE is a central resource and champion for older adults and their families by providing a range of solutions that enhance their quality of life. Adult Day Services • Benefits Services • Care Management • Counseling and Support Groups • CJE Cyber Club • Holocaust Community Services • Home-Delivered Meals • Affordable Housing • Weinberg Community for Senior Living •Volunteering • and more!

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 16 Community Care Program Illinois Dept. on Aging 800-252-8966 888-206-1327 (TTY) www2.illinois.gov/aging/programs/ccp Assists seniors in remaining more independent. Services include: Homemakers to help with light housekeeping, meals, laundry & basic personal care; adult day services; emergency home response services; flexible senior services & assistive technology; volunteer senior companions, and more. The Community House 415 W. Eighth St. Hinsdale, IL 60521 630-323-7500 www.thecommunityhouse.org A nonprofit organization that offers community recreation and quality social services to people of all ages and walks of life. Provide local opportunities for athletics, arts, culture, counseling, education services, volunteer opportunities and community connections. Disability Resource Center for Independent Living (CIL) 77 N. 129th Infantry Drive Joliet, IL 60435 815-729-0162 815-729-2085 (TTY) www.drcjoliet.org Provides a wide range of services and programs to seniors and veterans living in Will & Grundy Counties. DuPage County Human Services 421 N. County Farm Road Wheaton, IL 60187 630-407-6500 | 800-942-9412 630-407-6502 (TDD) www.dupagecounty.gov DuPage Senior Citizens Council 1990 Springer Drive Lombard, IL 60148 630-620-0804 www.dupageseniorcouncil.org Services include home delivered meals, health & wellness education, well-being checks, pet care & food assistance, minor home repairs & contractor referrals, yard clean ups, friendly visits & assistance, intergenerational activities. ElderCARE Lake County 410 Grand Avenue Waukegan, IL 60085 847-406-4683 www.eldercarelakecounty.org Volunteers are matched with an older adult who would like a phone call or visit on a regular basis. Other services available include transportation to medical visits, grocery shopping, and referral information. Eldercare Locator 800-677-1116 eldercare.acl.gov Find local information, referral resources, contact information for state and local agencies, check benefits, etc Equip for Equality 20 N. Michigan Ave., Ste. 300 Chicago, IL 60602 312-341-0022 | 800-537-2632 800-610-2779 (TTY) Central - Springfield 217-544-0464 | 800-758-0464 800-610-2779 (TTY) Southern - Carbondale 618-457-7930 | 800-758-0559 800-610-2779 (TTY) www.equipforequality.org Statewide, cross-disability, comprehensive advocacy organization providing self-advocacy assistance, legal services, & disability rights education, etc. Evanston Senior Services Levy Senior Center 300 Dodge Ave. Evanston IL 60202 847-448-8250 www.cityofevanston.org SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH The Hanover Township Senior Center serves older adult residents in the communities of Bartlett, Elgin, Hanover Park, Hoffman Estates, Schaumburg, Streamwood and unincorporated Cook County. AS LOGO SOCIAL MEDIA ICONS Enrichment Programming • Social Services • Transportation • Stars-N-Stripes Café • In-Home Care Program • Volunteer Opportunities • Lending Closet Hanover Township Senior Center 250 S. IL Route 59, Bartlett, Illinois www.hanover-township.org (630) 483-5600 ?Did you know Elderwerks has resources to help translate for you?

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 17 OUTREACH ASSISTANCE Social Services continued Family Services of Lake County 777 Central Ave., Suite 17 Highland Park, IL 60035 847-432-4981 (Main Office) Ext. 200 (Intake/New Clients) Ext. 110 (Caregiver Resource Center) 847-432-7331 (Fax) www.famservice.org Services include counseling in office or at home with no cost to senior or caregiver, support groups, respite, assistance with legal issues and information and referral for needed resources, gap-filling (cost of handicapped rails and other needed items not covered by insurance), and more. Friendship Line 800-971-0016 Institute on Aging’s 24-hour toll-free Friendship Line is the only accredited crisis line in the country for people aged 60 years and older, and adults living with disabilities. We also make on-going outreach calls to lonely older adults. www.ioaging.org/services/friendshiplineone support to isolated older adults. Grundy County Agency on Aging Health Department 1320 Union Street Morris, IL 60450 815-941-3404 www.grundycountyil.gov/health/ services Hanover Township Aging Services 250 S. IL Route 59 Bartlett, IL 60103 630-483-5600 www.hanover-township.org Provides a variety of services and programs to adults 55 years and older who reside in Hanover Township. Services include: benefit screening, Medicare counseling, mental health services, support groups (Memory Café, Memory Support, Caregiver Support, Grief Support), engaging programs, trips, transportation, in-home care services, Stars-N-Stripes Café, lending closet, and volunteer opportunities. *See ad on page 16 Heartland Alliance 208 S. LaSalle Street Suite 1300 Chicago, IL 60604 312-660-1300 www.heartlandalliance.org Assists those that are homeless, living in poverty, or seeking safety. Also provides and advocates for accessible, affordable health care services. H.O.M.E. - Housing Opportunities & Maintenance for the Elderly 1419 W. Carroll Ave., Floor 2 Chicago, IL 60607-1149 773-921-3200 www.homeseniors.org Upkeep & repair programs, intergenerational housing, shopping bus, free weatherization program & free painting interior of home. Home of the Sparrow 4209 Shamrock Lane, Unit B McHenry, IL 60050 815-271-5444 www.hosparrow.org Offers rapid rehousing program, affordable & subsidized housing programs, short-term transitional shelter, outreach and prevention to women in McHenry County. Humanitarian Service Project 465 Randy Road Carol Stream, IL 60188 630-221-8340 www.hsp.agency Provides nutritional food for the needy in DuPage & Kane Counties once a month. Illinois Department on Aging Michael A. Bilandic Building 160 North LaSalle St., 7th Floor Chicago, IL 60601-3117 and 1 Natural Resources Way, Suite 100 Springfield, IL 62702-1271 800-252-8966 | 217-524-6911 888-206-1327 (TTY) aging.ilsenior@illinois.gov www.state.il.us/aging Illinois Department of Human Resources 100 S. Grand Ave. East Springfield, IL 62762 800-843-6154 866-324-5553 (TTY) dhs.webbits@illinois.gov www.dhs.state.il.us Offers numerous locations throughout the state for services, resources & information to assist low income individuals with emergencies, illness, lack of funds and other challenges. Use its website’s locater to find a nearby office. Independence Health and Therapy 2028 Seminary Ave. Woodstock, IL 60098 815-338-3590 and 708 Washington Woodstock, IL 60098 815-338-1707 www.independencehealth.org A non-profit comprehensive health facility whose main objective is to assist mature adults to remain in their homes and achieve resiliency in their communities by promoting independence through best-of-practice day programming, mental health and psychiatric services and caregiver support. Services include Adult Day Program, education, support groups, transportation and much more. Medicaid Accepted. Jewish Child & Family Services 855-275-5237 ask@jcsf.org www.jcfs.org Provides counseling and support, education, support groups, spiritual support and assists people with disabilities. Locations throughout the Chicagoland area. Call to find a location near you. Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation Ben Gurion Way 30 S. Wells Chicago, IL 60606-5056 312-346-6700 www.juf.org Provides critical resources that bring food, refuge, health care, education and emergency assistance to Chicagoans of all faiths and two million Jews around the world. SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 18 Kenneth Young Center 1001 Rohlwing Rd. Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 847-524-8800 www.kennethyoung.org Provides services such as information and assistance, support groups, in-home assessments & care coordination, chore housekeeping, adult protective services, advocacy & support, home delivered meals, money management & assistance with benefits & entitlements. Lake County Center for Independent Living 377 N. Seymour Avenue Mundelein, IL 60060 847-949-4440 | 847-388-0776 (TTY) www.lccil.org Helps people with disabilities to live more independently by offering them independent living skills training, amplified phones program, assistive technology & braille training, older blind services, personal assistant services, and adult employment readiness. Lifescape Community Services 705 Kilburn Ave. Rockford, IL 61101 815-963-1609 | 800-779-1189 and 206 Dixon Ave., Suite 1 Rock Falls, IL 61071 815-490-1125 www.lifescapeservices.org Assists residents of Boone, Carroll, DeKalb, Jo Daviess, Lee, Ogle, Stephenson, Whiteside, and Winnebago Counties. Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly 39W135 Seavey Road Batavia, IL 60510 312-300-6263 lbfechicago.org/dupage-kane-county A non-profit volunteer-based organization committed to relieving isolation and loneliness among the elderly. Seniors and volunteers assist with phone call and in-home visits and social gatherings. Lorenzo's House Evanston, IL 312-319-8797 www.lorenzoshouse.org Lorenzo's House has a mission to support families navigating youngeronset Alzheimer's and other dementias. They provide holistic support for loved ones and their families navigating younger-onset Alzheimer's. Their innovative youth initiatives, care-partner platform, and healing & respite series have created a community standing together – never alone. Assists families affected with early onset Dementia. Provides support groups, adult day services, education and resources. Lutheran Social Services 1001 E. Touhy Ave., Suite 50 Des Plaines, IL 60018 847-635-4600 | 847-390-1409 (TTY) www.lssi.org Has many locations throughout Illinois that offer a variety of social services and programs. Housing, counseling, crisis intervention, case management, adult day services, home care, respite programs and more. Marillac St. Vincent Family Services Social Center (“Marillac House”) 212 S. Francisco Ave. Chicago, IL 60612 773-722-7400 and St. Vincent de Paul Center 2145 N. Halsted St. Chicago, IL 60614 312-943-6776 www.marillacstvincent.org Offers case advocacy & support services such as care coordination, meals, transportation & moving assistance, financial management, companion services, and more. McHenry Office, Lake County Center for Independent Living 5400 E. Elm St. Suite 106 McHenry, IL 60050 855-246-8531 847-388-0075 (TTY) www.lccil.org Assists people with disabilities by providing them the tools to live more independently. Advocacy, skills training, peer mentoring & information. Metropolitan Asian Family Services 7541 N. Western Ave. Chicago, IL 60645 773-465-3105 www.mafsinc.com Counsels, assists and provides information on various supportive services like the Public Benefit program, Citizenship and Immigration assistance, Nutrition programs, Caregiver Training, Adult Day Care, Meal Programs and more. We serve the population of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Middle East. Metropolitan Family Services 1 N. Dearborn, Suite 1000 Chicago, IL 60602 773-371-3700 www.metrofamily.org Operates community center locations throughout the Chicagoland area. Offers counseling, housing, respite, abuse investigations, support and resources. Calumet - 773-371-3600 DuPage - 630-784-4800 Evanston/Skokie - 847-425-7500 Midway - 773-884-3310 North - 773-371-3770 Southeast Chicago - 773-371-2900 Southwest - 708-974-2300 National Council on Aging 800-424-9046 www.ncoa.org National Volunteer Caregiving Network Each program may have its own name, but is part of this network of organizations that provide friendly visits, telephone reassurance, meal preparation, shopping, transportation, respite care, assistance with chores, and bill paying to the elderly and disabled. www.nvcnetwork.org Service Areas: Arlington Heights - 224-735-4000 Chicago - 773-973-5464 Clinton - 217-855-6036 Collinsville - 618-344-8080 Crystal Lake - 815-455-3120 Danville - 217-441-6597 Decatur - 217-428-0013 East St. Louis - 618-271-7000 Edwardsville - 618-692-0480 Elgin - 630-897-4035 Evanston - 847-902-7073 Highland Park - 847-721-8418 SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 19 OUTREACH ASSISTANCE Palatine Library is your go-to destination for programs and services designed for your education and entertainment. We have: • Access to over five million items • Adult programs fit for all interests • One-on-one technology appointments • Homebound delivery service • Free online access to Ancestry.com, Daily Herald, Chicago Tribune, and Wall Street Journal • Personalized book recommendations And so much more! Call us today to learn what the Library has to offer. PalatineLIBRARYDistrict 847-907-3600 palatinelibrary.org Connecting You to More For valid District cardholders. Pathlights (formerly known as PLOWS Council on Aging) 7808 W. College Dr., 5th Floor Palos Heights, IL 60463 708-361-0219 www.pathlights.org A non-profit organization that emphasizes maintaining seniors in their homes and provides a number of services with that objective in mind. These include, but are not limited to, information and assistance, case management, benefit assistance, home delivered meals, in-home services, safety checks, caregiver support, home sharing, and adult protective services for those living in Cook County within the townships of Palos, Lemont, Orland and Worth. PeopleCare, Inc. 60 Akenside Road Riverside, IL 60546 708-442-1223 www.peoplecareinc.org Provides friendly visits, telephone reassurance, and transportation to the elderly in Cook County. Johnsburg - 815-344-3555 LaGrange Park - 708-354-9328 Monticello - 217-762-7575 Pana - 217-562-6236 Paris - 217-466-6388 Peoria - 309-674-2071 Riverside - 708-442-1223 Urbana - 217-337-3210 Waukegan - 847-406-4683 One Body Collaboratives PO Box 1633 Rockford, IL 61110 815-282-4384 info@onebodycollaboratives.org onebodycollaboratives.org Rebuild live and transform communities utilizing technology supported coordination of church & faith based resources In collaboration with traditional social services. Readiness assessments, case management, resource coordination, and more. Options Center for Independent Living 22 Heritage Dr., Suite 107 Bourbonnais, IL 60914 815-936-0100 | 815-936-0132 (TTY) 130 Laird Ln., Suite 103 Watseka, IL 60970 815-432-1332 | 815-432-1361 (TTY) www.optionscil.org Provides a variety of services and programs to assist those with disabilities to live independently. Peer support, distribution of amplified phones, advocacy, mentoring, sign language interpreter referral, independent living skill training. Palatine Library District 847-907-3600 palatinelibrary.org Palatine Library is your go-to destination for programs and services designed for your education and entertainment, along with homebound delivery service. *See ad below Palatine Township Senior Citizens Council 505 S. Quentin Rd. Palatine, IL 60067 847-991-1112 www.ptscc.org Provides a variety of services and programs such as benefits eligibility screenings, Medicare/supplemental insurance assistance, transportation, support groups, counseling, health & wellness screenings, shopping assistance, meals, adult day and friendly visitor programs. SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH Social Services continued

(855) 462 0100 Elderwerks.org 20 People’s Resource Center 201 S. Naperville Rd. Wheaton, IL 60187 630-682-5402 peoplesrc.org Provides people who reside in DuPage County with emergency rent & mortgage assistance; social services, job assistance, financial assistance, and more. Pioneer Center for Human Services 4031 W. Dayton St. McHenry, IL 60050 815-344-1230 | 815-344-6243 TDD www.pioneercenter.org Assists those with special needs with community employment, service coordination and case management, and housing options. RAMP Boone - 815-968-7467 DeKalb - 815-756-3202 Stephenson - 815-233-1128 Winnebago - 815-968-7612 www.rampcil.org Provides portable ramp loaning, referrals, information, skills training, personal assistance, advocacy, support & community reintegration. Ray Graham Association 901 Warrenville Rd., Suite 500 Lisle, IL 60532 630-620-2222 www.raygraham.org Provides a variety of services and programs designed specifically for people with disabilities. Services range from counseling, coaching and education to a Service Dog program, respite and residential services. Rebuilding Together Volunteers provide free home repairs and accessibility modifications for low income homeowners. Locations: Aurora 630-801-9044 Aurora www.rtaurora.org North Suburban Chicago 847-869-0900 Glenview www.rebuildingtogethernsc.org Metro Chicago 312-201-1188 Chicago www.rebuildingtogether-chi.com Peoria 309-674-2462 Peoria www.rebuildingtogetherpeoriaIL.com Stephenson County 815-235-2824 Stephenson County www.rebuildingtogethersc.org Resources for Community Living 4300 Lincoln Ave., Suite K Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 847-701-1554 info@rescoliv org www.rescoliv.org Helps adults with developmental and/ or physical disabilities with independent housing options, skill instruction & support services. Rock River Center 810 S. 10th St. Oregon, IL 61061 815-732-3252 | 800-541-5479 www.rockrivercenter.org Provides resources, activities and services that improve the quality of life for Ogle County’s older adults. A Safe Haven 2750 W. Roosevelt Rd. Chicago, IL 60608-1048 773-435-8300 (Ask for intake) info@asafehaven.org www.asafehaven.org A private organization that specializes in housing for individuals recovering from alcoholism and substance abuse. Provides recovery homes, supportive housing and affordable housing enriched with trained staff. Also, a referral network to individuals and families that are homeless and/or have special needs, such as substance abuse, mental health issues, or other chronic health conditions. Salvation Army Helps with bills, rent, buying prescription drugs, utilities, etc. Has an emergency assistance program. www.salvationarmychicago.org Divisional HQ 773-725-1100 Aurora - 630-897-7265 Belvidere - 815-544-3892 Blue Island - 708-332-0100 Chicago Lawn - 773-434-0488 Chicago Midwest 312-733-4801 Cicero - 708-222-0177 Crystal Lake - 815-455-2769 DeKalb - 815-756-4308 Des Plaines - 847-981-9111 Elgin - 847-741-2304 Evanston - 847-866-9770 Joliet - 815-726-4834 Heartland - 309-655-7220 Hoffman Estates 847-294-2000 Midland - 314-646-3000 Norridge - 708-456-6220 Oakbrook Terrace - 630-629-3044 Rockford - 815-962-7195 St. Charles - 630-377-2769 Waukegan - 847-336-1880 Seniors Assistance Center 7774 W. Irving Park Rd. Norridge, IL 60706 708-456-7979 www.villageofnorridge.com Assists seniors, age 60 and over, and the disabled with a variety of services such as home delivered meals, pharmaceutical programs, LIHEAP, information, support, friendly visits, telephone reassurance calls and more. Senior Care Volunteer Network 42 East St., Suite C Crystal Lake, IL 60014 815-455-3120 www.scvnmchenrycounty.org Volunteers assisting McHenry County seniors and disabled with chores, transportation, meal preparation, minor home repairs, yard work, and shopping etc. Also do friendly visits and telephone reassurance calls. SOCIAL SERVICES, ORGANIZATIONS & OUTREACH “Aging is just another word for living.” Cindy Josephn