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UCP – Land of Lincoln

UCP Land of Lincoln provides vocational training, job placement and support services to individuals with all disabilities. The employment services provide an intensive job development and placement program to assist people with finding employment in their community. The support services are individualized and include job coaching and case management. These services may be short or long-term …

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Eden Supportive Living

Eden Supportive Living is a lifestyle designed for people with physical disabilities ages 22-64 who expect a better quality of living. At Eden, a person can live amongst their peers in exciting neighborhoods, while taking comfort in knowing there are licensed health professionals available to assist with daily living activities or health emergencies. A monthly …

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DHS/Division of Rehabilitation Services

DHS-Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) is the state agency that provides job training, job placement & post employment support services to job seekers who, due to their disability, may have difficulty with applying, preparing, interviewing, finding & maintaining successful employment. Individuals eligible for VR services are provided vocational assessment, evaluation, career guidance, training, & job …

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Developmental Services Center (DSC)

DSC has a longstanding reputation for providing quality services to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities throughout Champaign County since its inception in 1972 when a group of parents got together to create day options for their loved ones. DSC proudly provides services and supports to approximately 1200 people annually, one person at a time. Adult services …

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CTF Illinois

CTF ILLINOIS (CTF) is a nonprofit organization that has provided services throughout the state of Illinois since 2000. CTF assists people with diverse disabilities through a variety of programming, including: advocacy efforts and education, developmental training, residential services, community support, job development, and more. Our mission is to empower each individual we serve to live …

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Community Choices

Community Choices is organized as a cooperative where adults with developmental disabilities and their families support each other. Members of the cooperative share information and resources. Community Choices provides services open to both members and non-members including Community Living, Customized Employment, and Family Support. Members have additional access to Social Opportunities.

Challenge Unlimited, Inc.

For more than 50 years, Challenge Unlimited, Inc., formerly known as Specialized Services, has been committed to the inclusion of individuals with disabilities. As a CARF accredited Community Rehabilitation Program provider, the organization serves hundreds of individuals though its community rehabilitation programs, community integrated living options and contract services and production. Headquartered in Alton IL, …

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Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District

The Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District provides fully accessible fixed-route bus service in Champaign, Urbana, and Savoy. The DASH card is available to qualifying individuals with disabilities and offers unlimited free bus rides for the cardholder. For those unable to utilize bus service due to disability, CUMTD offers complementary paratransit van services within the CUMTD district …

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UIC – Specialized Care for Children

University of Illinois at Chicago’s Division of Specialized Care for Children provides free care coordination for families of children with special health care needs. Additionally, we are able to provide some financial support to families who meet our financial eligibility guidelines. As a division of UIC, we have unique access to resources and research to …

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