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Vermilion County, IL and surrounding area
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Hope Center (Vermilion)

Church
After School Program

We provide homework help, as well as activities in the following areas: academic enrichment, Bible/spiritual lessons, social-emotional learning, games, arts, cultural history, music, and more! Grades 1st-4th meets every Tuesday-Thursday from 2:15-4:30pm. Grades 5 & up meets every Tuesday-Thursday from 4:30-6:00pm. Students must register to participate in the program.

Please call 217-444-3114 for hours of operation.
Childcare

Danville Area Community College (Vermilion)

Child Development Center

The DACC Child Development Center (CDC) is available to children ages 15 months-5 years (pre-k). We offer a summer school age program for those who are 5-12 years of age. The CDC is open to everyone:students, DACC employees, and those in the community. Assistance with payment is available to those that qualify (CCRS). There is sometimes a waitlist, so please contact them as soon as possible. Please contact the CDC for more information at 217-443-8833

Please call 217-443-8755 for hours of operation.
Childcare

Danville Christian Childcare (Vermilion)

Business
Danville Christian Childcare

For more info please call Tiara or Chris @ 217-213-5140

Monday-Friday
Childcare

Danville Family YMCA (Vermilion)

Days Off Child Care

The YMCA provides a days off/child care program on all school holidays during the school year except Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the day after, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. 7:30am-5:30pm K-5th grade – All School Swimming everyday Stop by the Welcome Center to Register! Please bring: Sack Lunch, Swimsuit, Towel and a Bag Fees: $22 per day (State Assistance and Financial Assistance Available)

Mon-Thu
Friday
Saturday
Childcare

Crosspoint Human Services (Vermilion)

EARLY LEARNING CENTER

The Early Learning Center provides families with high quality childcare services by promoting healthy child development through social, emotional, physical, cognitive and relationship building activities for children ages 15 months to 6 years.  The ELC accepts and assists with the Child Care Subsidy for families who are eligible.    Books

Please call 217-442-3200 for hours of operation.
Childcare

Project Success of Vermilion County, Inc.

Non-profit
Project Success Afterschool Programs

We offer homework help, mentoring, educational activities, physical activities, social emotional learning, field trips, STEM, snack, and so much more! Call 217-446-3200 for more information. We currently offer programming at the following locations: Hoopeston Area Schools -Maple -John Greer -HAMS/HAHS District 118 -DHS -North Ridge -South View -Liberty/Edison -Southwest -Central Christian (Mark Denman & Meade Park

Please call 217-446-3200 for hours of operation.
Childcare

Danville Family YMCA (Vermilion)

Y-Kids Afterschool Program

We engage kids in physically active learning and imaginative activities that encourage exploration of who they are and what they can achieve. Students get assistance with their homework from Y-staff, are served a nutritious meal, participate in the CATCH curriculum, and form long lasting friendships that enhance their development and growth, and self-confidence. Programs run until 5:30 PM. Services are for students of Edison, Northeast, Liberty, and Mark Denman Elementary Schools. Registration for Y-Kids is available at the YMCA's welcome center. We accept state funding.

Mon-Thu
Friday
Saturday
Childcare

Boys and Girls Club of Danville (Vermilion)

Non-profit
Afterschool Program

Here at the club we offer homework assistance, 1 on 1 tutoring for members, Computer Lab, Gym, Game room, Art. We have a full meal every day for every member.

Office Hours
Program Hours(M-F)
Early Out Days*
Summer Program Hours
Children, Family, & Parenting

Hope Center (Vermilion)

Church
Bible Club

We have Bible Clubs three times a week that include a Bible lesson, snack, craft, game, and other activities. Tuesday Club - Grades 5 & up from 4:30-6:30 pm Wednesday Club-Grades Kindergarten-2 from 4-5:30 pm Thursday Club - Grades 3-4 from 4-5:30 pm

Please call 217-444-3114 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Health Department (Vermilion)

Government
Breastfeeding Support & Education

1 on 1 counseling offered to expecting and new mothers by a certified nurse/lactation consultant.

Please call 217-431-2662 243 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Women's Care Clinic (Vermilion)

Non-profit
Bridges- Mentoring and Groups for Moms

The Bridges Program is designed for women walking in their motherhood journey. The Bridges Program empowers, educates, and encourages personal growth. Throughout the program, women earn points that can be used in our WCC market for essential items (crib, mattress, car seat, diapers, formula, etc)

M-W; Closed for lunch 12p-1p-daily
Thursdays; Closed for lunch daily
Children, Family, & Parenting

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Community Based Mentoring

We pair trained and screened volunteers with children and youth (5-12 y.o.) for the purpose of one-on-one mentoring and promoting a positive role-model. Activities include: spending time together exploring parks, visiting museums, taking in sporting events, or seeing a new movie. The possibilities are endless! Call us to make a referral!

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Children, Family, & Parenting

Fair Hope Children's Ministry (Vermilion)

Convertible Car Seats

Fair Hope only provides car seats for families who DO NOT own their own car. The car seats are for children from 5 to 40 pounds. The car seats will be in the original container and Fair Hope will not install the item. The parent will be encouraged to visit with the Vermilion County Sheriff's organization (originally Red, White and Blue) for assistance with installation.

Mondays
Thursdays
Children, Family, & Parenting

Fair Hope Children's Ministry (Vermilion)

Crib

Not available at all times. Crib will meet safety rules. A mattress may not accompany the crib.

Mondays
Thursdays
Children, Family, & Parenting

United Way

Dolly Parton Imagination Library

Books are provided for free to children from birth until 5 yrs of age. United Way of Danville Area will send an application to the family. Reading, early learning

Please call 217-442-3512 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Crosspoint Human Services (Vermilion)

EARLY INTERVENTION

Crosspoint offers developmental evaluations and developmental therapy services to children from birth to three years old.  Developmental therapy will encourage speech and communication development, motor development, social skills, and play skills. The focus of our experienced staff is to reduce or eliminate the long-term effects of developmental delays so that children can reach their potential.

Please call 217-442-3200 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Birth to Five Illinois Region 54

Family and Early Childhood Provider Support

Elevating the voices of families and providers to improve early childhood programs in Illinois. MISSION To create a statewide regional infrastructure that will amplify input from communities in the development of policies and funding priorities. We support the mobilization of communities to build and sustain equitable access to inclusive, high-quality early childhood services for all children and families in the state of Illinois. VISION Reimagining a more equitable Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) system that respects family and community voice and works to ensure it is centered and prioritized at every level of decision-making in Illinois.

Please call for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Gateway Family Services (Vermilion)

Free Resources - Family and Child Support

Free resources for parents and caregivers! https://www.gatewayfamilyservices.org/free-courses Life is busy. It can be tough to try and get everything accomplished. From the games to the dishes. From the laundry to spending time connecting with our kids. Life is busy. That can often leave little room for the critical things such as our mental health, relationships and helping our kids build positive skills for a healthier future. FREE MONTHLY COURSES TO COVER CRITICAL TOPICS 1. Want to Improve your relationship with your child? 2. Help! I'm rasing a strong willed child! 3. Grandparents raising grandkids

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Children, Family, & Parenting

CRIS Healthy-Aging Center

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Advisory

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren is a support network at CRIS. The advisory program gives stress-alleviating assistance to the grandparents in the form of support group, fun activities, and various services, as appropriate. To enroll or make a referral to the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren program, please call CRIS at 217-443-2999.

Children, Family, & Parenting

Fair Hope Children's Ministry (Vermilion)

Haircuts

Hair Cut - Appointments may be made by calling 217-497-1571.

Mondays
Thursdays
Children, Family, & Parenting

Danville School District #118 (Vermilion)

iGrow Home Visiting

iGrow Home visiting is a voluntary service that matches parents with trained professionals to provide family support and parent coaching during pregnancy and throughout their child’s early years of life (up to age 3). Through partnering with home visitors, families learn how to improve their family’s health, learn about their child's development, access community resources, earn baby bucks (through D118) to purchase items (ex. diapers, cleaning supplies, breastfeeding supplies) from our store and provide better opportunities for their children.

Please call 217-444-1080 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Hoopeston First Church of Christ (Vermilion)

Church
Infant Needs Center

Provide formula, diapers, wipes and other needs for infants and children up to 3 years old

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Children, Family, & Parenting

The Salvation Army of Vermilion County (Vermilion)

Kid's Group

Monday Nights from 5-7 PM. Ages 6-13 are welcome. This is a faith-based youth group, and transportation is provided. Call 442-5911 to sign up a child.

Please call 217-442-5911 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Women's Care Clinic (Vermilion)

Non-profit
Labor and Birth Class

Free Labor and Birth Classes. Topics include: prenatal nutrition, comfort measures prenatally and in labor, what to expect during labor and postpartum, and more. Partners and support people are welcome to attend.

M-W; Closed for lunch 12p-1p-daily
Thursdays; Closed for lunch daily
Children, Family, & Parenting

Fair Hope Children's Ministry (Vermilion)

Layette for Newborn

A gender appropriate layette that includes items for mother's use with a newborn such as receiving blanket, quilt, sleeper, onesie, hygiene items, bottles, and a few diapers.

Mondays
Thursdays
Children, Family, & Parenting

Brightpoint Healthy Families Program (Champaign and Vermilion)

Non-profit
Mothers & More Prenatal and Parenting Support Group

Piatt County: Mothers & More Prenatal and Parenting Support Group meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday from 12:00pm until 1:30pm at Calvary Baptist Church, 738 W. Bridge St., Monticello, Illinois. Meals served and childcare provided during support groups.

Please call 217-530-4040 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Brightpoint Healthy Families Program (Champaign and Vermilion)

Non-profit
Mothers Offering Mothers Support (MOMS)

Champaign County: Mothers Offering Mothers Support(MOMS) Group(prenatal and parenting support group) meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 1501 Interstate Drive, Suite B., Champaign from 5:00pm until 6:30pm. Meals served and childcare provided during support groups.

Please call 217-530-4040 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

iGrow Home Visiting Collaboration (Vermilion)

New Parent Coaching and Guidance

weekly/biweekly home visits from a Parent Support Worker that is highly trained in Early Childhood Development. Home visits are based on an evidence based curriculum.

M-F
Summer Hours
Children, Family, & Parenting

OSF Community Resource Center (Vermilion County)

Non-profit
OSF Cares-4-Kids

OSF Cares-4-Kids is a pediatric mental health prevention program. There are 3 modules, which include physical activity, nutrition, and mental health prevention (screen time moderation). Each module is 20-25 minutes long and includes discussion and activities. We are able to deliver each module to 15-20 students at a time. If your school, afterschool, Scout Troop, or other children's group is interested in having an OSF Cares-4-Kids program, please contact the OSF Community Resource Center at 217-443-5611!

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Children, Family, & Parenting

Women's Care Clinic (Vermilion)

Non-profit
Parenting Class- Raising Highly Capable Kids

Raising Highly Capable Kids is a great place to learn how to raise healthy, caring, and responsible children. A meal along with weekly giveaways will also be provided. Come join us at Women's Care Clinic whether you are a teacher, parent, grandparents, aunt, or god parents. We would love to meet you!

M-W; Closed for lunch 12p-1p-daily
Thursdays; Closed for lunch daily
Children, Family, & Parenting

Fair Hope Children's Ministry (Vermilion)

Play Yard

A portable play yard to be utilized as a safe place for an infant to sleep.

Mondays
Thursdays
Children, Family, & Parenting

On Your Feet Foundation

Post-placement Services for Birthparents

We provide post-placement services to birthparents, ranging from case management, building community support through events/retreats, providing opportunities for small grants to meet goals, goal setting/coaching, and connecting birthparents to birthparents.

Please call 773-273-9645 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Women's Care Clinic (Vermilion)

Non-profit
Pregnancy and Childbirth Education

Women's Care Clinic offers free one-on-one sessions to promote pre-natal health, childbirth preparation, newborn care, safe sleep, breastfeeding education, and more.

M-W; Closed for lunch 12p-1p-daily
Thursdays; Closed for lunch daily
Children, Family, & Parenting

Hope Center (Vermilion)

Church
Raising Highly Capable Kids

We offer Raising Highly Capable Kids, a program for parents/grandparents, at different times during the year. Please call us at 217-444-3114 for more information or to register for an upcoming session.

Please call 217-444-3114 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Big Brothers Big Sisters

School Based Mentoring

We pair trained and screened volunteer with children and youth (5-12) for the purpose of one-on-one mentoring during the school day. The mentor meets with his or her "little" once a week, typically over the lunch period. For referrals, please call us!

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Children, Family, & Parenting

Boys and Girls Club of Danville (Vermilion)

Non-profit
Summer Camp

We offer a variety of activities for the youth including gym, computer, game room, art, swimming, STEM activities etc. We also offer several national activities and groups such as Building Bridges, Youth for Unity, Keystone/Torch Club, Street Smarts, Bullying Program, Passport to Manhood, Smart Girls, etc. Throughout the summer we partner with organizations such as Boy/Girl Scouts, U of I Extension and Danville Public Library. We swim weekly and do three local field trips through the summer.

Office Hours
Program Hours(M-F)
Early Out Days*
Summer Program Hours
Children, Family, & Parenting

Brightpoint Healthy Families Program (Champaign and Vermilion)

Non-profit
The Bump Club and Bellies, Babies, and Beyong Prenatal & Parenting Support Group

Vermilion County: The Bump Club and Bellies, Babies, and Beyond Prenatal and Parenting Support Groups meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at Danville Public Library(319 N. Vermilion St.)meets from 3:30pm until 5:00pm. Meals served and childcare provided during support groups.

Please call 217-530-4040 for hours of operation.
Children, Family, & Parenting

Women's Care Clinic (Vermilion)

Non-profit
TIES-Mentoring and Groups for Dads

This program is designed to empower men through mentoring, education, and personal growth. They earn points to use in the WCC market.

M-W; Closed for lunch 12p-1p-daily
Thursdays; Closed for lunch daily
Children, Family, & Parenting

STEP Recovery Center

Clothing

Nice, clean clothes available for men, women and children.

Please call 217-597-9653 for hours of operation.
Clothing

Fair Hope Children's Ministry (Vermilion)

Clothing for children

Clothing for children, 0 - 18 years of age.

Mondays
Thursdays
Clothing

Fair Hope Children's Ministry (Vermilion)

Coats

One coat per child per season as available.

Mondays
Thursdays
Clothing

The Salvation Army of Vermilion County (Vermilion)

Sal's Closet

Clothing for individuals in need. Once every 3 months. By appointment between the hours of 9-11 and 1-3. Call 442-5911.

Please call 217-442-5911 for hours of operation.
Clothing

Danville Area Community College (Vermilion)

Student Clothing Closet

The DACC clothing closet serves a variety of student needs: ~business attire available for job interviews ~jackets and gloves for students in need to keep warm during the winter ~General clothing items for students in need Please contact Kellie for more information kmcbride@dacc.edu or 217-443-8597

Please call 217-443-8755 for hours of operation.
Clothing

Hoopeston Multi-Agency (Vermilion)

Thrift Shop

The Thrift Shop offers a variety of merchandise at a reasonable cost. The Store is open from 10:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. The Thrift Shop is available to help those that may be struggling with an emergency.

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Clothing

Crosspoint Human Services (Vermilion)

Y'S BUYS

We have a thrift shop at 201 N Hazel in back of the Y building. It has clothing, shoes and necessities for clothing and other personal needs.

Please call 217-442-3200 for hours of operation.
Clothing

PATH Crisis Center (211)

211 Hotline

Information and Referral for human services in 41 counties of Illinois.

Please call 309-834-0513 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

CRIS Healthy-Aging Center

Adult Protective Services (APS)

Adult Protective Services investigates allegations of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of persons 60+ years old and adults with disabilities ages 18+. When incidents of abuse are verified, APS caseworkers assist the victim (and family, as appropriate) with services to keep the victim safe. Abuse can be physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, confinement, willful deprivation, passive neglect, or financial exploitation. If you suspect abuse in Vermilion County, you can call CRIS to make a confidential report at 217-443-2999 between the hours of 8am - 4pm. Outside of business hours, please call 866-800-1409.

Community & Social Services

C.O.R.E Re-Entry Inc.

Advocate services

C.O.R.E. advocates for those who were formerly incarcerated, or system impacted.

Please call 217-413-3292 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Hope Center (Vermilion)

Church
Bible Study at JDC

We do a weekly Bible study at the Vermilion County Juvenile Detention Center for interested youth.

Please call 217-444-3114 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Women's Care Clinic (Vermilion)

Non-profit
Breastfeeding Support

Women's Care Clinic is here to help with Breastfeeding Education and hands on support. If you would like to learn more or meet with a Breastfeeding Specialist, please call 217-431-0987.

M-W; Closed for lunch 12p-1p-daily
Thursdays; Closed for lunch daily
Community & Social Services

C.O.R.E Re-Entry Inc.

C.O.R.E

CORE RE-ENTRY Community, Opportunities, Resources, Employment The mission of C.O.R.E. is to be a nexus of support services for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals and their families here in Vermilion County. It's vision is to become the recognized leader in community-based reentry programs through public-private partnerships.

Please call 217-413-3292 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Hoopeston Multi-Agency (Vermilion)

Cards & Morning Donuts

Women hold a morning donut & coffee time every Wednesday morning around 8:30. Wednesday afternoon seniors gather to play cards. Please call if you would like information.

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Community & Social Services

Crosspoint Human Services (Vermilion)

CARE COORDINATION

The team of care coordinators at Crosspoint Human Services work collaboratively with community providers to develop integrated assessments and treatment plans that make sure the needs of persons served are met.  This includes integrating behavioral health treatment, physical health, employment, housing, budgeting, social interaction, and leisure time planning.    For individuals that Crosspoint acts as Representative Payee for, the care coordinators work with the person served to develop budgets that ensure not only bills are being paid but also that individuals are building a savings account.

Please call 217-442-3200 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

CRIS Healthy-Aging Center

CAREGIVER ASSISTANCE

- Respite Care - Support Groups - Education and counseling - Legal rights and resources, including guardianship

Community & Social Services

C.O.R.E Re-Entry Inc.

Community

C.O.R.E. helps individuals re-enter a community by introducing the community to who they are today, and not what they were in the past.

Please call 217-413-3292 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Hoopeston Multi-Agency (Vermilion)

Community Room

The multi-agency is available to rent our community room for events and parties. Please call the agency for more information.

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Community & Social Services

Hope Center (Vermilion)

Church
Computer Usage

We have computers available for adults to use for job searches, creating a resume, and for completing online assignments for educational purposes.

Please call 217-444-3114 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Crosspoint Human Services (Vermilion)

CRISIS SERVICES

CRISIS HOTLINE (217) 442-3200 Crosspoint has a team of trained Crisis Intervention Counselors that are available 24/7, 365 days a year.  They are able to provide an assessment of immediate need, address that need, and provide referral and linkage to an appropriate level of care.  As a mobile team, they respond locally to OSF Sacred Heart Medical Center, Carle Regional Hospital in Hoopeston, the Public Safety Building, community providers, and, when safe and appropriate to do so, other community locations.

Please call 217-442-3200 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Hoopeston Multi-Agency (Vermilion)

Dances

The HMA hosts a monthly dance. The dance is typically held on the 1st Saturday of the month. There is no dance in January & February. The doors open at 4 P.M. with the meal starting at 5 and live music from 6-8. Seniors are asked to pay $5.00 - however, no one is turned away.

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Community & Social Services

East Central Illinois Community Action Agency (Vermilion)

Non-profit
East Central Illinois Community Action Agency

ECICAA provides a myriad of services through the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Weatherization, SNAP Barrier Removal Program and Educaitonal Servies through a District 118 Educational collaboratives that brings an Alternative and Afterschool Program to the Danville, Illinois area. All of our services are geared to help families overcome poverty and achieve economic self-sufficiency. Specific services, such as our CSBG Program that is offered through ECICAA are determined annually. Based on a community needs assessment, we have provided you with a summary of what the Agency currently provides to income eligible individuals and families. All services are available while funds lasts. All services are designed to address barriers in the areas of Equitable and Affordable Housing, Education, Employment-Readiness, and Economic Empowerment. Currently, the Agency offers College Scholarships, Homeless Prevention, Youth Educational and Enrichment Programs, Financial Literacy, Senior Nutrition, Employment-Readiness Assistance, and Comprehensive Intake and Linkages within the community. ECICAA has a specific mandate is to provide a range of services and activities that have measurable results in alleviating the causes of poverty in communities. We welcome you to contact us by calling (217) 554-9122 or email bbadger@comaction.org whenever help is needed. We look forward to partnering with you through this network in helping those in need within our communities.

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Community & Social Services

Land of Lincoln Legal Aid

Free Legal Services

Call for more information

Please call 217-356-1351 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

First Christian Church (Champaign)

Church
Indoor Community Playground

Our Indoor Playground is geared for kids in Elementary and Early Childhood kids. We are open 9 - 3 M - Th.

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Community & Social Services

New American Welcome Center at University YMCA (Champaign)

La Línea: Community Helpline

La Linea is a helpline that connects immigrants to community resources and services. Our help is free and confidential. We provide referrals to resources including: healthcare, housing, immigration, legal assistance, education, employment issues, food & clothing, and childcare. We also provide translation and interpretation services. If you need assistance, please contact La Línea at (217) 417-5897 or email us at lalinea@universityymca.org.

Mon-Fri
Community & Social Services

New American Welcome Center at University YMCA (Champaign)

Legal Assistance Clinics

Legal Assistance Clinics provide free, timely, and easily accessible legal advice in Spanish and English for immigrants via 30-minute consultations on: DUIs, landlord/tenant problems, court summons, traffic tickets, juvenile expungement, and more. This program is offered in partnership with local attorneys. For information about upcoming clinics, please contact La Línea, our community helpline, at (217) 417-5897 or email us at lalinea@universityymca.org.

Mon-Fri
Community & Social Services

New American Welcome Center at University YMCA (Champaign)

Legal Assistance Collaborative

The Legal Assistance Collaborative works to strengthen our engagement of local attorneys and legal organizations, developing strategies and programs to provide low-cost and high quality legal assistance to the immigrant community.

Mon-Fri
Community & Social Services

CRIS Healthy-Aging Center

MEDICAID

- Home & Community Based Services - Emergency Home Response - Medication Management - Spousal Impoverishment (SPI)

Community & Social Services

CRIS Healthy-Aging Center

MEDICARE

- Benefit checkup to avoid penalties - Long-term care options - Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) - Medicare Savings Programs (MSP)

Community & Social Services

CRIS Healthy-Aging Center

MEMORY CARE PROGRAM

Our Memory Care Program (MCP) is designed to support Caregivers who have loved ones with issues related to memory loss. We have the STAR-C Program which is a six week series sessions held weekly, focusing on Communication, Problem Solving, and Creating Pleasant Events. Supporting the STAR-C Program is our Memory Café which provides an opportunity for people with similar issues to come together in a safe and supportive environment. All sessions and events are held in-person at CRIS Healthy-Aging or virtually via an Alexa Echo that CRIS provides at no cost to the Caregiver.

Community & Social Services

Brightpoint Healthy Families Program (Champaign and Vermilion)

Non-profit
Miscellaneous

Brightpoint Our Mission: We advance the well-being of children by investing in families to disrupt the systemic and multi-generational cycle of racial, social and economic inequality. Our Vision: We envision an equitable world where all children and families thrive in strong communities.? Our Healthy Families team provide: - Individualize services for families in their home prenatally up to the child turns five years of age - Parent education and awareness - Parent-child activities to encourage and promote bonding and attachment - Prenatal, parenting, and parent/child play groups (open to the community and expecting families of all ages) o Groups are held the first Monday of every month at Danville Public Library, (319 North Vermilion, Danville, Illinois 61832) from 3:30pm – 5:30pm - Developmental screenings - Breastfeeding support from Certified Lactation Specialist - Community Outreach Perinatal Educator - Bilingual Staff What is a doula? A Doula is a non-medical professional who enhances the childbirth experience through education, advocacy, social, emotional, and physical support to expecting families prenatally, during labor, and postpartum period. o Topics such as: Pregnancy, child development, nutrition, comfort measures, labor preparation, and breathing techniques If you have any questions, please contact a doula or home visitor; today by calling, (217)530-4040. Agency website: https://www.brightpoint.org Follow us on Facebook at Brightpoint-Champaign

Please call 217-530-4040 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

CRIS Healthy-Aging Center

MONEY MANAGEMENT

- Budgeting assistance - Help balancing checkbook - Creating a system to pay your bills - Fraud prevention

Community & Social Services

The Salvation Army of Vermilion County (Vermilion)

Non-Denominational Church Service

10 AM Sunday School and 11:15 AM Church service. All are welcome. 855 E Fairchild Street

Please call 217-442-5911 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

United Way

PATH Crisis 2-1-1

This program offers help to callers to find resources during times of need. Suicide callers are kept on the line until help is available. Cards can be given out and can be picked up at the United Way of Danville Area office.

Please call 217-442-3512 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Hope Center (Vermilion)

Church
Prayer & Counseling

We're glad to meet and to pray with anyone wanting prayer and to offer biblical counsel and advice related to any issue.

Please call 217-444-3114 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Women's Care Clinic (Vermilion)

Non-profit
Resource Connections

Our team is happy to meet with you in person or over the phone about your needs beyond our services. This may include needs for clothing, housing, mental health counseling, insurance, hygiene items, etc.

M-W; Closed for lunch 12p-1p-daily
Thursdays; Closed for lunch daily
Community & Social Services

C.O.R.E Re-Entry Inc.

Resources

C.O.R.E. doesn't tell the individual what they need. The individual is respected and asked what the individual thinks their needs are. Each client is asked to complete a Needs Assessment which becomes the roadmap to helping C.O.R.E. connect to resources in the community.

Please call 217-413-3292 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Survivor Resource Center

Sexual Assault Advocates

Our legal advocates provide support to victims of sexual assault who are currently in legal proceedings because of the assault. The advocates explain the process, attend hearings and communicate with the survivor during the entire court process. Survivors can walk in or call our office at 217-446-1337 to make an appointment. We also accept referrals from other organizations.

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Community & Social Services

Survivor Resource Center

Sexual Assault Case Management

Our agency offers Case Management for survivors of sexual assault. The case manager assess the needs of the client and provides resources or makes a referral to another agency who can better serve the client. Some examples would include help or information about transportation, energy assistance resources, listing of medical providers and assistance filling out paperwork. The case manager researches resources in our community and gives the information to the survivor.

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Community & Social Services

Survivor Resource Center

Sexual Assault Hotline

Our agency has a 24 hour hotline that can be used 7 days a week. Our volunteers and staff have been trained in crisis intervention. We support sexual assault victims, verify safety and hold brief crisis counseling. We also support sexual assault victims in the hospital following the assault. 217-446-1337 or 866-617-3224

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Community & Social Services

New American Welcome Center at University YMCA (Champaign)

Strategic Planning for Immigrant Inclusion

Strategic Planning for Immigrant Inclusion will help us create a county-wide immigrant integration plan to ensure that institutions, organizations, and employers across Champaign County (1) understand the economic and demographic contributions of local immigrants and (2) implement welcoming policies and practices that will build a stronger civic fabric, increase economic resiliency, and promote equitable access to services, education, and employment. To find out more or to have us do a presentation on immigrant contributions to Champaign County, please contact the New American Welcome Center at (217) 337-1500 or email us at welcome@universityymca.org.

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Community & Social Services

Vermilion Healthcare Foundation

Vermilion Healthcare Foundation

The Vermilion Healthcare Foundation provides grant funds for 501c3 and 170c1 entities serving the OSF Sacred Heart Medical Center hospital service area with emphasis on health education initiatives.

Please call 217-431-7021 for hours of operation.
Community & Social Services

Catlin Church of Christ

Church
Worship Service Times

We have two identical worship services on Sunday morning (8:45, 11:00) with a Sunday school hour (10) in between.

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Community & Social Services

Danville Area Community College (Vermilion)

Adult Education/GED/ESL/CNA

The Adult Education program strives to give students a second chance to achieve a basic education by helping them accomplish one or more of the following: Improve basic skills (reading, writing and math) Prepare for successful GED testing Transition into a career or post secondary education Improved speaking skills and/or basic skills if English As A Second Language Learn the basic skills needed in the workforce today For information call 217-443-8782

Please call 217-443-8755 for hours of operation.
Community Education

Survivor Resource Center

Body Safety Presentations

Our education director and preventionist work together to provide body safety presentations to all ages in our community. Some topics include good touch bad touch, bullying, healthy relationships and internet safety. Our staff hold presentations in colleges and businesses as well covering topics like sexual harassment and bullying. If you are interested in having a presentation, please contact our office at 217-446-1337 and ask for Tara Wright.

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Community Education

New American Welcome Center at University YMCA (Champaign)

Citizenship Application Clinics

Citizenship Application Clinics provide citizenship eligible residents with assistance on their naturalization and fee waiver applications. This program is offered in partnership with legal non-profit, The Immigration Project. For more information, please contact La Línea, our community helpline, at (217) 417-5897 or email us at lalinea@universityymca.org.

Mon-Fri
Community Education

New American Welcome Center at University YMCA (Champaign)

Citizenship Information Sessions

Citizenship Information Sessions provide potential citizens with information about the benefits of citizenship and the naturalization process. For more information about upcoming sessions, please contact La Línea, our community helpline, at (217) 417-5897 or email us at lalinea@universityymca.org.

Mon-Fri
Community Education

New American Welcome Center at University YMCA (Champaign)

Citizenship Instruction

Citizenship Instruction provides local lawful permanent residents with civics instruction to help them prepare for the naturalization exam and civic engagement opportunities to facilitate integration into the community. Instruction is offered both in a classroom setting and also via 1-on-1 tutoring. For more information, please contact La Línea, our community helpline, at (217) 417-5897 or email us at lalinea@universityymca.org.

Mon-Fri
Community Education

Health Department (Vermilion)

Government
Community Health Education

Staff nurse travels to organizations/schools/businesses/health fairs in Vermilion County to offer health education on various topics. To request the nurse to present for your organization, please call the health department.

Please call 217-431-2662 243 for hours of operation.
Community Education

Danville Area Community College (Vermilion)

Corporate & Community Education

The DACC Corporate and Community Education Division (CCE) is committed to serving the training and consulting needs of the business, industrial, labor and professional community. CCE was developed to respond to these needs quickly and with a high degree of flexibility. Click here for directions to the Corporate and Community Education Division and to obtain information about the area. For information, call 217-554-1667 or visit https://dacc.edu/cce

Please call 217-443-8755 for hours of operation.
Community Education

Danville Family YMCA (Vermilion)

CPR Classes and First Aid

We offer these classes monthly. Each course is a 4 hour class. The cost is $35. Call 217-442-0563 to register.

Mon-Thu
Friday
Saturday
Community Education

East Central Illinois Community Action Agency (Vermilion)

Non-profit
CSBG College Scholarship Assistance

The CSBG Scholarship Program will assist up to 4 low-income students finance higher education with a scholarship up to $2,000 per participant (depending on the need) within one program year. Income eligible students from Ford, Iroquois, and Vermilion Counties are welcomed to apply! Students enrolled in an Illinois college, university or vocational training program may qualify for a CSBG Scholarship. Scholarship funds may be applied toward tuition, uniforms, study-related fees, and books. Scholarship awards are sent directly from ECICAA to the awardee's institution of attendance. CSBG Scholarship applications will be available April 1, 2024. You may email Kea Cunningham, Community Services Manager, at kcunning-ham@comaction.org to request an application, or call (217) 554-9122 to have a scholarship application mailed or emailed directly to you. Please re-fer to the income guide to determine if you are eligible to apply. The CSBG Scholarship deadline is: June 10, 2024 at 3:00 pm CST.

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Community Education

East Central Illinois Community Action Agency (Vermilion)

Non-profit
CSBG Community Health Fairs

Each year ECICAA's hosts a Health & Wellness Fairs throughout Ford, Iroquois, and Vermilion Counties. Community members are directed through a line to receive a variety of items from ECICAA that contribute health and wellness to this county's low-income community. In the past, the giveaways included a collection of home cleaning supplies, first aid kits, samples of health snacks, family dental kits, diabetes and blood pressure health management information, drug, alcohol and gambling awareness and many more community resources. If you would be interested in being a part of one or more of these events, please contact Beth Badger at 217-554-9122 or badger@comaction.org.

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Community Education

East Central Illinois Community Action Agency (Vermilion)

Non-profit
CSBG Summer Camp Assistance

ECICAA sponsors youth to attend the Boys and Girls Club's and the YMCA's Summer Camps. CSBG dollars will be used to provide financial assistance to income eligible families to attend these summer camps. To find our more about the summer camp assistance, call (217) 554-9110.

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Community Education

Danville Area Community College (Vermilion)

Degrees and Certificates

DACC offers a wide variety of certificates and degrees to fit almost any need. Please visit our website for more information www.dacc.edu Various course modes are also offered; in-person, online, hybrid, and synchronous/video.

Please call 217-443-8755 for hours of operation.
Community Education

East Central Illinois Community Action Agency (Vermilion)

Non-profit
District 118 After School Tutoring

District 118 students may come to 56 North Vermilion Street, Danville, IL 61832- Monday through Friday between the hours of 3:00 and 5:00 pm for tutoring and homework completion. This is a free tutoring service to all District 118 students.

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Community Education

East Central Illinois Community Action Agency (Vermilion)

Non-profit
District 118 Alternative Program

To qualify for the Alternative Program at ECICAA, parents must contact the District 118 Administrative Building for a referral. Parents must call (217) 444-1000 to attain a referral to the Alternative Program.

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Community Education

Danville Area Community College (Vermilion)

Education to Train Health Professionals

Programs including: Nursing (LPN/RN), Certified Nursing Assistant, Radiology Technology, Health Information Technology, Echocardiography, Sonography.

Please call 217-443-8755 for hours of operation.
Community Education

Hope Center (Vermilion)

Church
Faith and Finances

Hope Center partners with Love INC to offer Faith and Finances. For more information, please call (217) 442-5683.

Please call 217-444-3114 for hours of operation.
Community Education

Love INC

Faith and Finances

Basic financial education and mentoring

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M & W
Community Education

Danville Area Community College (Vermilion)

Financial Aid/FAFSA

Student Financial Aid programs administered: Federal: Pell, SEOG, Direct Student Loans, Parent Loans and Work Study Illinois State: Monetary Award Program (MAP), Veteran’s Grant, National Guard, and MIA/POW for dependent VA/DoD: Tuition Assist. Programs, Post 9/11 (Ch 33), Chs: 30,31, 32,35, 1606,1607, and VRAP Various Agencies such as WIOA, DACC Foundation, CAP Private Scholarships such as Rotary, Lion’s Club, Scottish Rite Private Educational Loans: student initiates with chosen lender Note: The first steps for a student to apply for Federal and/or State programs is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at fafsa.ed.gov. Our Financial Aid Office can provide assistance and answer questions at 217-443-

Please call 217-443-8755 for hours of operation.
Community Education

New American Welcome Center at University YMCA (Champaign)

Financial Literacy Trainings

Financial Literacy Trainings help us combat some of the economic barriers faced by local immigrants. Training modules include taxes, consumer fraud, credit, home and car buying, saving and investing, and paying for college. For more information about upcoming trainings, please contact La Línea, our community helpline, at (217) 417-5897 or email us at lalinea@universityymca.org.

Mon-Fri
Community Education