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Advanced Case Management, Ltd.
Catherine J. Oliver, RN, C, MSN
1951 Merritt Lane
Lake Forest, IL 60045
(847) 615-9410
Lake County
email: cjo@interaccess.com
Provides case management and advocacy services which include: observations at school or home, risk assessment, IEP development, review and explanation of records, care coordination, parent education, medication management, problem solving and exploration of treatment options.
Ages: birth and up.
Insurance not accepted.
Cost: call for fee schedule.
No wait list.

Aunt Martha's Youth Service Centers & Health Care Network
101 S. Broadway
Aurora, IL 60505
(630) 896-7900
Kane County
Offers individual therapy, medication management and family therapy for youth and adults.
Ages: birth and up.
Private and public insurance accepted. Sliding scale fee available.
2-month wait list.

Other Aunt Martha's locations:
3003 Wakefield Drive
Carpentersville, IL 60110
(847) 851-8600
Kane County

233 W. Joe Orr Road
Chicago Heights, IL 60411
(708) 756-1135
Cook County

159 E. 154th St.
Harvey, IL 60426
(708) 333-1095
Cook County

1777 E. Court St.
Kankakee, IL 60901
(815) 928-6222
Kankakee County

Vermillion Community Health Center
614 N. Gilbert St.
Danville, IL 61832
(217) 442-8790
Vermillion County 

Circle of Support, Inc.
Children's Support Waiver

Contact: Tet L. Santiago, MA/QMRP
1411 Peterson Ave., S-103
Park Ridge, IL 60068
(847) 292-8523
Cook County
email: circle-of-support@sbcglobal.net
Provides supports and services to persons with autism and other special needs and their family from social activities, individualized training in self-care, learning, self-direction, mobility, language, and capacity for independent living/habilitation. Child receives 15 hours a week of programming. Agency works with school personnel to assist the child achieve his/her established IEP objectives.
Ages: birth to 18 (also offers adult waiver program for 18 and older - call for details).
Cost: funding must be approved from the Illinois Department of Human Services.
Wait list for some services.

Community Alternatives Unlimited
Contact: Juan Aponte, director
8765 W. Higgins Road, Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60631
(773) 867-4000
Cook County
email: japonte@cau.org
Ages: birth and up.
Assists and offers appropriate referrals to families with children of disability. It involves a one-to-one relationship between the case manager and the client to develop a comprehensive service plan. Needs or services may include: crisis intervention, after school services, recreation and leisure time activities, psychotherapy and clinical assistance, medical/diagnostic and learning evaluations, professional help in dealing with behavior problems, and much more.
Serving clients on the north side of Chicago and the northern suburbs of Cook and Lake Counties.
Cost: funding must be approved from the Illinois Department of Human Services.
Wait list for some services.

Community Service Options, Inc.
Renee Lumpkin, executive director
6845 S. Western Ave.
Chicago, IL 60636
(773) 471-4700
Cook County
email: rlumpkin@cso1.org
Agency coordinates eligibility determination, assessments, applications for PACT and PUNS, arrangements for home base services and advocacy for people with developmental disabilities.
Ages: birth and up.
State funded program.
No wait list.

Community Support Services
9021 Ogden Ave.
Brookfield, IL 60513
(708) 354-4547
Cook County
Provides case management services to individuals and their families the help and support their needs and resolve their problems. Staff develops a service plan that establishes short and long-term goals and objectives for achieving them. The service plan addresses such areas as information and referral, accessing home-based services, obtaining financial and medical benefits, securing medical and dental services, individual and family counseling, crisis intervention, recreational opportunities and many other services. For more information, click here.
Ages: 3 and up.
Wait list (call to inquire).

Illinois Department of Human Services
Division of Developmental Disabilities
401 S. Clinton St.
Chicago, IL 60607
Cook County
(888) DD-PLANS and (866) 376-8446 (TTY).
Assists families to find an independent service coordination agency in their area.
No fee.
No wait list.

Metropolitan Family Services
Contact Person: Kara Martino
10537 South Roberts Road
Palos Hills, IL 60465
(708) 974-2300
Cook County
Metropolitan's mental health programs and services provide psychiatric evaluation, case management and crisis intervention. Services include individual, family and group counseling and community support services to help children and adolescents address problems which may interfere with daily functioning and school performance.
Ages: birth to 18.
Public insurance accepted.
No wait list.

Suburban Access, Inc.
925 W. 175th St.
Homewood, IL 60430
(708) 799-9190
Cook County
e-mail: sai354@aol.com
Ages: birth to 18.
Assists and offers appropriate referrals to families with children of disability.
No fee.
No wait list.

See also Early Intervention Programs


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