Agencies A-Z

Adolescent Loss Due to Addiction
Support Group
103 W Jefferson Morris, Illinois 60450

This 6 week session provided by Kathy Cherven RN, LCPC loss and grief counseling helps families understand the challenges they faced through their child’s addiction and the emotions of grief.

Issues: Coping Skills, Grief, Trauma and PTS

(815) 945 – 8098
Al-Anon
Al-Anon

Al-Anon is a support group that provides individuals with encouragement and understanding who have been associated with an alcoholic.

Alateen Teen Groups
Alateen Teen Groups
Addiction Treatment
Joliet Alano Club Joliet, IL

Alateen teen groups are for teens who have a heavy drinker in the family.   (Ages 10-18)

Saturdays 10:30 A.M.
Alcoholics Anonymous District 51
Alcoholism Recovery
1210 Wauponsee St, Morris, IL 60450

This group of men and women provide encouragement to one another through sharing their stories and offering advice on how to recover from alcoholism.

See Link for Dates and Times of Meetings
(815) 942-8005
AA District 51
American Red Cross
American Red Cross
Disaster Relief, Military Communication
1293 Windham Parkway, Romeoville, IL 60446

The American Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need. Our network of generous donors, volunteers and employees share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering, here at home and around the world, through five key service areas: Disaster Relief, Services to the Armed Forces, Lifesaving Blood, Health and Safety Services, and International Services.

630.378.0344
http://www.redcross.org
AMT Counseling Management Services, Inc.

AMT provides a range of diagnostic services, counseling and psychotherapy.

Office Locations

Main office

13 Fairlane Dr . Joliet, IL 60435.
AMT Counseling is located 2 buildings north of Jefferson St in between Fairlane Dr and Infantry.
The office can be accessed from either Fairlane or Infantry with the sign on Infantry (Infantry Business Center).

Secondary office

1095 S. Water St, Ste F . Wilmington, IL 60481.
815-730-8900
This office is located in the plaza behind McDonalds.
We are sharing office space with the Wilmington Coalition for a Healthy Living.

 

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Angels of Hope
Angels of Hope
Bereavement
1043 Ferrari Drive, Coal City, IL 60416

If you are dealing with the loss of a child or the burden of infertility we want to help in any way we can.

Anger Management
Anger Management
PO Box 1824 Kankakee, lL 60901-1824

Kankakee County Coalition Against Domestic Violence #

Kankakee County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Contact: Karen
Fax: (815) 935-3551

815-929-0383
Assumption Catholic Church (Berst Center)
Congregate Meal
Berst Center
245 S. Kankakee St.
Monday 5 PM-6 PM
815-634-0989
At Home Quality Care
Home Health
519 N. Franklin St. Suite 203, Morris

Home health care offering physical, occupational, and speech therapies along with skilled nursing, medical social services, and medical supplies; in many cases services can be billed to medicare

By appointment Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, available after hours.
815-942-1256
http://www.athomeqc.com/
Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center, Inc.
Crisis Intervention
409 W. Jefferson St., Joliet, IL 60435 or 1777 E. Court St., Kankakee, IL 60901

Aunt Martha’s community-based services promote healthy lifestyles, strengthen communities, and improve the self-sufficiency of youth and families.  Community-based services are available in Joliet and Kankakee, services include: education and life skills, new parent support, employment training, family and youth crisis services, homeless services, and juvenile justice. 

815-768-8750 or 815-937-0100
Bereavement Support Group
Grief Counseling
Grundy Community Volunteer Hospice 518 W. Illinois Ave. Morris IL

After losing a loved one, members seeking support and a safe environment to share their feelings and stories find comfort in the bereavement support group through Hospice.

Second Tuesday of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Big Brothers Big Sister of Will & Grundy County
Youth mentoring
First Midwest Bank
220 W. main St. #305, Morris, iL 60450

Big Brothers Big Sisters helps children relaize their potential and build futures through mentoring programs 

815-942-9011 or 815-723-2227
Boy Scouts of America-Rainbow Council
Youth Recreation
2600 N. Winterbottom Rd., Morris, IL 60450

Boy Scouts is a program for boys that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating in citizenship, and develops personal fitness.  Cub Scouts are boys in 1st through 5th grade.  Boy Scouts are boys in 5th through 12th grade.  Venture Scouts is a co-ed program for youth ages 14-20.  Please go to beascout.org to find a Cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout Troop, or Venture Crew in Grundy County.

 

815-942-4450
www.rainbowcouncil.org
Breaking Away, Inc
Breaking Away, Inc
Domestic Violence

Breaking Away, Inc is a program of the Grundy County State’s Attorney’s Office that assists victims of domestic violence.  Victims must have reported the abuse to the police in order to obtain assistance.

815-941-3261
Breaking Free
Breaking Free
Addiction Treatment
120 Gale St., Aurora, IL 60506

Counseling for adolescents, adults, and families struggling with substance abuse. 

630-897-1003
www.breakingfreeinc.org
Breast Feeding Classes Grundy County Health Department
Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers 150 West High Street Morris, IL 60450

This class provides mothers with the information and support to ensure a positive breastfeeding experience.

(815) 942-3012
morrishospital.org
Breathers’ Support Group
Family Birthing Suites Classroom at Morris Hospital

This is for anyone who has been diagnosed with chronic lung disease who wishes to be involved in a general discussion about how to handle their illness by listening to a 20 minutes educational topic.  It is also an opportunity for each member to help encourage one another.  The sessions will be lead by a respiratory therapist.

See Link for dates and times of Meetings
815-705-7837
morrishospital.org
CARES Line
CARES Line

SASS (1-800-345-9049)

Catholic Charities
Catholic Charities
counseling and emergency services
Grundy Bank
201 N. Liberty Street, #241, Morris, IL 60450
815-941-2560
Catholic Charities
Catholic Charities
Overnight shelter
Daybreak Center
611 E. Cass Street Joliet, IL 60432

Daybreak Center operates 24-hours a day, 365 days a year and provides emergency housing, and supportive services to individuals and families who are homeless. Some participants in the program are in need of short-term housing, as a result of a situational crisis. Others need support services as they work to reestablish permanent housing.  Homelessness prevention services are also provided to individuals and families who are at risk of losing their homes.  (Residents from outside Will, Grundy, Kendall, Ford, Iroquois, and Kankakee counties are limited to a three day stay at the shelter.  Also, youth under the age of 18 are not admitted except when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian or have been legally emancipated by the courts.)

Nightly
815-774-4663
Celebrate Recovery
Celebrate Recovery
Support Group
Nazarene Church
118 E Jefferson St, Morris, IL 60450
Thursdays at 6 PM
(815) 942-2000
Center for Disability Services (UCP)
311 S. Reed, Joliet, IL 60436

CDS’ programs serve individuals with severe disabilities including mental retardation, epilepsy, autism and other developmental disabilities. CDS provides its services in a seven county area including Will, Kankakee, Grundy, Kendall, LaSalle, Ford, and Iroqouis.

815-744-3500
Channahon Living Manna Food Ministry
25124 S. Fryer St. Channahon IL.

The mission of this ministry is to fulfill the needs of members in the community.

Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
815-828-5627
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Chestnut Credit Counseling Services
Credit Counseling
829 Campus Drive, Joliet, IL. 60435

Chestnut Credit Counseling Services (CCCS) is a non-profit education and debt management program. We are affliated with the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), who acts as a liaison between the client and the credit granting community.  Our focus is to help clients regain financial control by developing a budget and reorganizing their debts.

800-615-3022
www.chestnut.org/credit
Chestnut Health Systems
Addiction Treatment, Mental Health Counseling
829 Campus Drive, Joliet, IL. 60435

For more than 40 years Chestnust Health Systems has offered a broad array of behavioral health care services to residents in Illinois.

Services include:

Addiction treatment services for adolescents and adults (inpatient and outpatient)
Prevention Services
Mental health counseling and housing

888-924-3786
www.chestnut.org
Child & Family Connections
Early Intervention
2300 Glenwood Ave., Joliet, IL 60435

Early Intervention is a State funder program for families and children from birth to age 3 who have developmental delays or disabilities, or who are at risk for developmental delays. Early Intervention provides evaluations and services for children and their families who qualify.  For more information or to make a referral call the number listed below. 

tel:815-730-2617
Child Care Resource & Referral
Childcare
801 N. Larkin St. #202, Joliet, IL 60435

CCR&R refers families to child care providers who meet that family's specific needs and supports child care providers through education, information, and training.  

815-741-1179
www.childcarehelp.com
Child Care Resource & Referral
Help finding and paying for child care
801 N. Larkin, #202, Joliet, IL 60435
800-641-4622
Child Care Resource & Referral
Training for child care workers
801 N. Larkin, #202, Joliet, IL 60435

Training and education for existing child care providers.  Also assistance to those who want to start a child care business, whether in-home or at a commercial site.

(815) 741-1163 extension 226 or 228.
Choices Clinic Ottawa Community Hospital
1000 E. Norris Drive Ottawa, IL 61360

Behavioral health program for adults and seniors.  Choices offers compassionate care on the road to recovery.

Must have a referral from Ottawa Regional Hospital Doctor

815-433-3100 Ask for Choices Clinic
www.osfhealthcare.org
Christian Youth Center
Youth Recreation
508 W. Illinois Ave., Morris, IL 60450

Christian, nondenominational youth center offering a safe place for you youth. 

815-416-9424
www.cycmorris.com
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City of Morris Pup Bus
Transportation

Telephone will answer “Public Works”, seniors and individuals with disabilities, only within Morris.  $0.25 each way.

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
815-942-5063
Clothes Closet
Clothes Closet
Clothes Closet
We Care of Grundy County
530 Bedford Rd., Morris

Open to all Grundy County residents who meet income qualifications (less than 200% of Federal Poverty Level). Individuals may visit the clothes closet once a month.  

Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri 8:30 am-11:15 am & 1 pm-3 pm and Thurs 8:30 am-11:15 am & 1 pm-5 pm
815-942-6389
www.wecareofgrundy.com
Coal City Food Pantry
Food Pantry
Coal City United Methodist Church
6805 E. McArdle Rd., Coal City, IL 60416

For residents of Coal City School Districts. 

Mondays 9 AM-11 AM and Thursdays 1 PM-3 PM
815-603-6077
Coal City Public Library
Library
85 N. Garfield St., Coal City, IL 60416
815-634-4552
www.ccpld.org
Community Care Center
Food Pantry
112 S. Center St. Braidwood, IL.
630-738-8863
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Community Nutrition Network
Home delivered meals, congregate meals
Saratoga Towers
1700 Newton Place, Morris, IL 60450

Food for seniors age 60 and over and individuals with disabilities

815-941-1590
www.cnnssa.org
Crisis Line of Will & Grundy Counties
Crisis Intervention
24-Hour Hotline
815-942-6611
www.crisisline247.org
Crossroads Counseling Services

Crossroads Counseling Services helps the needs of every individual.

 

1802  N. Division St. Morris, IL 60450 (815) 731-9100

601 W. Norris Dr., Ste B, Ottawa, IL 61350 (815) 433-5101

DCFS Hotline
DCFS Hotline

 

Child Abuse Hotline:

1-800-25-Abuse (1-800-252-2873)

Youth Helpline:

1-800-232-3798

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
Depression Treatment
333 N Madison St Joliet IL 60435

For people who struggle with depression this support group gives encouragement and helps educate those suffering.

Second and forth Wednesday of each month
815-773-7000
Division of Specialized Care of Disabled Children
Disability
3135 Old Jacksonville Rd., Springfield, IL 62704

Care coordination for families and children with special health needs 

217-558-2350
http://dscc.uic.edu/
Easter Seals Joliet Region
Early intervention, disability
Business and Technology Center
1802 N. Division St. Suite 202, Morris, IL 60450

Scheduled appointments only at this location, please call in advance.

815-416-6410
Employment Options of Illinois Valley
519 W. Illinois Ave. Morris, IL 60450

Will assist anyone with a diagnosed disability in attaining employment at Grundy County businesses.

Employment options seeks individuals who want to work but have trouble finding employment due to any type of diagnosed disabillity. We have the connections to employers who are open to the possibility of hiring adults with disabilities and through this program we hope to bring them qualified candidates who just want a chance to do what most adults want to do…contribute to society through satisfying employment.

To make this program more accessible to the general population, Jamie Rios, Employment Options Specialist, we will now have office hours at 519 W. Illinois Ave every Wednesday and Thurdsay from 8am-noon beginning July 13, 2016. Interesting parties are encouraged to call her at 779-205-5311 or send an email to ivisatellite@gmail.com.

Wed. and Thurs. 8am-12pm
779-205-5311
Fossil Ridge Public Library
Libraries
386 W. Kennedy Rd., Braidwood, IL 60408
815-458-2187
fossilridge.org
Gardner Food Pantry
Gardner Food Pantry
Food Pantry
Church of Hope
202 N. Monroe, Gardner, IL 60424

The Church of Hope Food Pantry will provide food in an emergency to people who live in the towns of Gardner, South Wilmington,   East Brooklyn and Braceville.  Please be honest about your need for food.  We ask that you only come to the pantry when you are in an emergency situation regarding food and limit that visit to once every 30 days. The Food Pantry is open on Tuesdays from 3:00 to 5:00P.M. and Saturday 10:00A.M. to Noon. You are asked to call the church office in advance for a appointment (237-8312). Office hours are Monday-Thursday 8:30A.M. to Noon.  If you call after hours please leave a message with your name and phone number and we will contact you.

Tuesdays from 3:00-5:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am to noon
815-237-8312
Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts
Recreation
1551 Spencer Rd., Joliet, IL 60433

Girl Scouts is a program for girls to develop through leadership and community service

815-723-3449
www.girlscoutsgcnwi.org
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Ground Work (Guardian Angel Community Services)
Domestic Violence Counseling
168 N Ottawa St, Joliet, Illinois
Grundy Community Volunteer Hospice
Hospice Care
518 W. Illinois Ave., Morris, IL 60450

Provides physical, social, emotional, and spiritual assistance to terminally ill patients and their families.  

815-942-8525
www.grundyhospice.org
Grundy County Caregiver Support Group
Support Group
Grundy County Administration Building
1320 Union Street, Morris IL

This support group is for any caregiver who is attending to a senior who suffers from a mental or physical illness such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, or cancer.

First Tuesday of every month from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
815-941-3404
Grundy County Health Department
Health
Grundy County Administration Building
1320 Union St., Morris, IL 60450
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
tel:815-941-3404
www.grundyhealth.org
Grundy County Housing Authority
Housing
Business and Technology Center
1802 N. Division St. Morris, IL 60450

The Grundy County Housing Authority currently provides homes at three locations:  Saratoga Tower in Morris; Gardner Village Commons; and Mazon Park Place.

 

Saratoga Tower is a 7 story high rise building, with 95 one bedroom apartments.  A preference is given to current low income Grundy County residents who are either age 62 or older, or who are people with disabilities.  Residents pay 30% of their adjusted household income as rent.  Utilities included with rent are: water, sewer, natural gas, and garbage pick up.  Residents are responsible for their own electricity bill, and receive an annually updated allowance for the cost of this utility, based on the average consumption per unit as determined by the Grundy County Housing Authority.  Telephone, television, and high speed internet service is available to residents for an additional cost.  Amenities of the property include: on site laundry facilities, a library with books, games, puzzles, computers and high speed internet access.  Residents have substantial volunteer opportunities to participate in an elected Resident Council, gardening, and more.

 

Gardner Village Commons is located in Gardner, IL, and is comprised of 3 one story buildings, with 4 one bedroom apartments in each building.  In order to live at Gardner Village Commons residents must be age 55 or older.  A preference is given to those who are current Grundy County residents.  A below market rate rent is set at a standard amount by the Grundy County Housing Authority annually.

 

Mazon Park Place is located in Mazon, IL, and is comprised of 5 one story buildings, with 4 one bedroom apartments in each building.  There is also a community center with a kitchen, computers, and big screen television.  The development is in a beautiful location next to a village park.  In order to live at Mazon Park Place residents must be age 55 or older.  A preference is given to those who are current Grundy County residents.  Below market rate rents are set based on resident incomes and at a standard amount by the Grundy County Housing Authority annually.

815-942-6198
www.gcha.us
Grundy County Special Education Cooperative
725 School St. Morris IL. 60450

Programs, services and more are available to help children with disabilities learn how they can become a working member of society.

815-942-5780
Grundy County Transit System
Public Transportation
245 N. Illinois Route 47, Morris, IL 60450

Grundy County Transit offers public transportation to all Grundy residence of all ages in and around Grundy County for $3.00 one way in the county and $4.00 one way outside the county.  All transit buses are ADA compliant with wheel-chair lifts.  

Operates Monday-Friday 6 AM-6 PM
888-786-0862
Grundy County Veterans Assistance Commission
Veteran Services
Morris Building & Technology Center
1802 N. Division, #405, Morris, IL 60450

Grundy County VAC helps veterans and their families understand and access local, state, and federal resources for veterans.  VA claims can be filed via our office 

Monday-Friday 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
815-941-3152
Grundy County Veterans Assistance Commission Transportation
Transportation
Morris Building & Technology Center
1802 N. Division, #405, Morris, IL 60450

Grundy County VAC provides rides for veterans to VA medical appointments.  Please call to schedule your ride. 

Monday-Friday 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
815-941-3152
Grundy-Kendall Regional Office of Education
Education
Grundy County Administration Building
1320 Union St., Morris, IL 60450
815-941-3247
www.grundy.k12.il.us
Grundy-Three Rivers Habitat for Humanity
Housing
105 E. Main Street, Suite 202, Morris, IL 60450

Grundy-Three Rivers Habitat for Humanity is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope. Grundy-Three Rivers Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.  Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent shelter in decent communities should be a matter of conscience and action for all.

(815) 942-1452
Guardian Angel
Guardian Angel
Domestic Violence
209 Liberty St Morris, IL 60450

Provides medical and legal advocacy to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Guardian Angel also offers a variety of counseling options for both victims and offenders.

815-941-2261
Head and Neck Cancer Support Group
Cancer Support Group
Radiation Therapy Center of Morris Hospital, 1600 W. US Route 6, Morris

People with head and neck cancer or a history of head and neck cancer find consolation in this support group which helps individuals find community in others dealing with similar challenges.

Third Monday of the month 2-3 p.m.
815-364-8915
Head Start
Head Start
Early Intervention
1715 N. Division St.
815-942-6572
www.trhsa.org
Heart Failure Support Group
Heart Support Group
Whitman Assembly Room 2 at Morris Hospital

This support group combines a 15 minute educational presentation and advice for participants on how to live with their condition.

See link for dates and times of Meetings
815-705-7832
morrishospital.org
Help for Hope
Help for Hope
Coal City Intermediate School 305 E. Division St., Coal City, IL 60416
Tuesdays – 4 PM – 6 PM
Emergency Contact: 815-370-7817
Home Instead Senior Care
Home Health
Business and Technology Center
1802 N. Division St. Ste. #204

Non-medical resource for seniors to remain safely in their home; licensed by the Illinois Department of Public Health; Caregivers are screened, trained, bonded, and insured. 

By appointment
815-942-2844
Housing Authority of LaSalle County
Public Housing
526 E. Norris Dr., Ottawa, IL 61350

Provides affordable public housing for families, seniors, and individuals with disabilities.  Also offers Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program.

815-434-0380
www.halc.org
I Can Cope
I Can Cope
Cancer Support Group
Radiation Therapy Center of Morris Hospital, 1600 W. US Route 6, Morris

This support group is for individuals suffering from cancer and their friends and families.  Topics differ depending on what month it is.  View the website for future topics, dates and times.

815-364-8915
morrishospital.org
Illinois Department of Human Services/Public Aid
1560 First Ave. Ottawa IL 61350
815-433-1572
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Illinois Valley Industries
Disability Services
1033 Third Ave., Morris, IL 60450
815-942-6133
Immunizations
Immunizations
1320 Union St. Morris IL 60450

Immunizations are available through the Grundy County Health Department.

State of Illinois VCF Immunization program for children 0-18 years.  Must meet requirements: uninsured, underinsured or enrolled in Medicaid.  By appointment only.

815-941-3419
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JJC Grundy Workforce Services
Employment Services
725 School St., Morris, IL 60450 (door 27)

Programs are supported by grants from the Grundy Livingston Kankakee Workforce Board. They are designed to meet both the needs of the communities’ businesses and the needs of job seekers and those who want to further their careers. Grants are available for training individuals who meet eligibility guidelines for short-term certificate or associates degree programs. Additionally, job search services such as workshops and job postings are available.

All programs are Equal Opportunity Employer Programs, and auxiliary aids and services are available upon request for individuals with disabilities.

815-942-0566
Joliet Area Community Hospice
Hospice
250 Water Stone Cirlce, Joliet, IL 60431
Main Office 815-740-4104; Hospice Home 815-460-3225; 24 hour Toll Free 800-360-1817
www.joliethospice.org
Jump Start
Jump Start
In-home visits & parenting program
Morris Business & Technology Center
1802 N. Division, #202, Morris, IL 60450

Jump Start's goal of providing home visiting services to families is to increase families’ protective factors.  Supported families learn to increase their resilience as families.  They increase their social connections. Knowledge of parenting and development improves.  Families create a concrete support network in times of need. In addition, children’s social and emotional competence increases.

815-416-6410
Kendall-Grundy Community Action
Low Income
Business and Technology Center
1802 N. Division St. Suite 602, Morris, IL 60450

Kendall-Grundy Community Action (KGCA) provides a variety of services to residents of both Grundy and Kendall Counties.  KGCA offer home energy assistance, weatherization services and Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) which provide assistance in education, transportation, employment , information and referral services.

 

Other Resources: http://www.grundyco.org/kendall-grundy-community-action/ 

815-941-3262
L.O.S.S. (Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide)
Mental Health Treatment
See Link for meeting place

For those who have lost a family member or a friend to suicide, this group offers a place of comfort to share their experiences.

The third Wednesday of every month, 7 – 9 pm
Call 815-723-0331
Lighthouse Counseling
275 S. Broadway Coal City, IL 60416
815-634-3994
LIHEAP
LIHEAP
1802 N. Division St. Suite 602 Morris IL 60450

Kendall-Grundy Community Action

The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program assists residents with payment who are in need of home energy services.

815-941-3262
Linden Oaks Outpatient Psychiatric & Therapy Service
Plainfield Medical Office Building
127th & Van Dyke Plainfield, IL

The doctors at Linden Oaks specialize in behavioral disorders including depression, substance abuse, attention deficit disorders, etc.

815-731-9100
www.eehealth.org
Living Alternatives Pregnancy Resource Center
Pregnancy Services
695 W. Broadway, Coal City, IL 60416

A faith-based organization providing free services to new and expectant parents.

Offers pregnancy testing, parenting education, assistance with maternity and infant clothing, and adoption information.

815-709-0920
Look Good, Feel Better
Radiation Therapy Center of Morris Hospital, 1600 W. US Route 6, Morris

This program through Morris Hospital was created for women enduring cancer treatment.  Train volunteer cosmetologists come and teach the women how to deal with the side effects of cancer treatment which alter their appearance.  Free cosmetic kits are offered to individuals who participate.  See the link to the website for future dates and times.

815-364-8915
morrishospital.org
Mazon Food Pantry
Mazon Food Pantry
Food Pantry
Park Street Congregational Church
804 Park St., Mazon

For residents of Mazon

By appointment (call We Care to schedule an appointment with a volunteer at the church)
815-942-6389
Minooka Food Pantry
Minooka Food Pantry
Food Pantry
Minooka United Methodist Church
205 Church St., Minooka

For residents of Minooka.  

By appointment
815-467-2322 x111
Mobile Food Pantry- Minooka
Mobile Food Pantry
Minooka Bible Church
412 N. Wabena Ave., Minooak

The 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month in Minooka. Please contact the church before your first visit to register. 

815-467-2205
Mobile Food Pantry- We Care Of Grundy County
Mobile Food Pantry

Mobile food pantries are held once a month in varies locations throughout Grundy County, they are run by We Care of Grundy County.  Registration begins at 4:15 pm and distribution begins at 5:00 pm, please do not arrive before 4 pm.  Please bring a current photo ID or utility bill to prove Grundy County residency.  Also bring a laundry basket or wheeled cart to carry your items.  Anyone who lives in Grundy County and needs food is welcome to attend. The remaining 2015 scheudle is as follows: 

April 8: Mazon Verona Kinsman Middle School  1013 North St. (Sponsored by New Community Christian Church)

May 13: Gardner American Legion 426 Industry Ave. (Sponsored by Standard Bank) 

June 10: Coal City Early Childhood Center 755 S. Carbon Hill Rd. (Sponsored by Geo's Pizza and Reeves Funeral Home) 

July 8: Mazon Verona Kinsman Middle School 1013 North St.  (Sponsored by Mazon State Bank, Seco Systems, and ITW Filtration) 

August 12: First Christian Church 455 W. Southmor Rd. (Sponsored by First Christian Church) 

September 9: Mazon Verona Kinsman Middle School 1013 North St. (Sponsored by Mazon State Bank, Seco Systems, and ITW Filtration)

October 14: Gardner American Legion 426 Industry Ave. (Sponsored by New Community Christian Church)

November 11: Coal City Early Childhood Center 755 S. Carbon Hill Rd. (Sponsored by Morris Hospital and Healthcare Centers) 

December 9: Gardner American Legion 426 Industry Dr. 

 

815-942-6389
Mobile Meals
Mobile Meals

Administered by Morris Hospital

815-942-2932
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Morningstar Mission
Morningstar Mission

Morningstar Mission provides food, clothing and shelter to aid the spiritual and physical hunger of the poor.

Morris Area Public Library
604 Liberty Street, Morris, IL 60450
815-942-6880
Morris Community YMCA
320 Wauponsee Street, Morris, IL 60450
Monday-Friday: 5 a.m.- 9 p.m. and Saturdays: 7 a.m.- 3 p.m.
815-513-8080
Morris Food Pantry
Morris Food Pantry
Food Pantry
We Care of Grundy County
530 Bedford Rd., Morris

For residents of Morris School District.  Must meet the qualifying income (less than 200% of Federal Poverty Level)

Mon, Tues, Wed, & Friday 8:30 am-11:15 am & 1 pm-3 pm and Thurs 8:30 am-11:15 am & 1 pm-5 pm
815-942-6389
www.wecareofgrundy.com
Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers Transportation
Transportation

Provides free, non-emergency transportation to Morris Hospital, their healthcare centers, and area doctor offices in the Morris Hospital service area.

Vehicles can accommodate wheelchairs.

Monday-Friday 7:00 am to 4:30 pm
877-743-3123
Morris Lions Club
Morris Lions Club
Volunteer Organization
P.O. Box 751, Morris, IL 60450

The Morris Lions Club is a volunteer organization dedicated to leadership development through community service. The Morris Lions are local men and women who work together to answer the needs that challenge our community. They are most notably known for working to end preventable blindness and hearing loss. Morris Lions participate in a vast variety of projects and concerns that are important to their community. These endeavors range from cleaning up local parks to providing much needed vision and hearing services to area residents that are unable to afford them. The members of the Morris Lions Club are community-minded individuals who raise monies through fundraisers to help those in need in their community, regional and world-wide.

Throughout the world Lions Clubs have offered people the opportunity to give something back to their communities. Lions Clubs have always embraced those committed to building a brighter future for their community. Today with more than 46,000 clubs worldwide, Lions have expanded their focus to help meet the ever-increasing needs of our global community. Our programs are continually changing to meet new needs and greater demands, but our mission has never wavered…We Serve.”

The Morris Lions Club is a 61 member volunteer organization whose major emphasis is on helping the visually and hearing impaired. In addition, many other community activities and services are done each year. The club meets each 1st and 3rd Thursday evening of the month at 6:30 at Eagle’s Hall for a dinner meeting.

1st and 3rd Thursdays at 6:30 pm at Eagles’ Hall
Morris Mobile Meals
Morris Mobile Meals
Meals

Delivers meals to homebound Morris residents regardless of age.  Dietary restrictions are available.

Program administered by Community Nutrition Network ($3.50 or donation-bill by month)

815-200-4942
Morris Senior Van
Morris Senior Van

Provides low cost transportation to seniors in Morris.

Cost is $.25 per ride.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm
815-942-5063
Narcotics Anonymous Illinois
Addiction Treatment
317 Goold Park Drive Morris, IL 60450-1721

This group helps support men and women who have a drug problem.

See URL for times
https://www.narcotics.com
National Alliance for Mental Illness Will-Grundy (NAMI)
417 W. Taylor Street, Suite 2E, Joliet, IL 60435

Supports individuals with mental illness as well as their families through education, advocacy, and outreach.

815-731-9103
North Central Behavioral Center
Behavioral Center
727 Etna Road, Ottawa, IL 61360

Also offers DBT Group 1-815-224-1010

815-434-4727
PADS (Public Action to Deliver Sustenance)

Overnight shelter program runs October through April in Morris area churches.  Serves all of Grundy County.

Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Schedule:

Sunday: Peace Lutheran Church, 101 Candlelight Lane

Monday: Peach Lutheran Church, 101 Candlelight Lane

Tuesday: First United Methodist Church, 118 W. Jackson

Wednesday: First Christian Church, 455 W. Southmor Road

Thursday: First Presbyterian Church, 200 E. Jackson

Friday: Immaculate Conception Church, 516 E. Jackson

Saturday: Living Word Bible Church, 304 E. Jackson

7:00 pm to 7:00 am all nights of the week October through April
815-942-6389
http://grundypads.org/
Panoptic Home Health
Home Health
Business and Technology Center
1802 North Division St., Suite 218 Morris, IL 60450

Panoptic Home Health team works closely with your doctor to create a plan of care that fits your medical needs.  Services include: nursing services, physical, occupational, and speech therapies, medical social work, and home health aides.

815-513-3298
http://www.panoptichs.com
Parkinson’s Support Group
Parkinson’s Care
Provina Physical Rehab & Sports Injury Center 2132 Jefferson St. Joliet IL

This support group is for those suffering from Parkinson’s and their family members.

Third Wednesday of the month from 6 to 7:20 pm
815-725-9438
Perinatal Bereavement Group
Support Group
St. Joseph Medical Center

A support group for families who have lost a child due to a miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death, or death after birth.

2nd Monday of every month at 7 P.M.
815-72507133 ext 3474
Prairie State Legal Services
1021 Clinton, Ottawa, IL 61350

Offers free legal services to low income individuals as well as those over the age of 60.

Areas of assistance: family law, housing law, healthcare, and needs-based government assistance.

PLEASE CALL FIRST.

800-892-7888
http://pslegal.org/
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Prescription Assistance

Partnership for Prescription Assistance

General Website: https://www.pparx.org

 

888-477-2669
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Private State Funded Legal Assistance
Legal Assistance
815-434-5903
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Regency Care of Morris
Nursing Home
1095 Twilight Dr., Morris

Offers rehabilitation, short tern skilled care, long term care, and respite.  Regency Care of Morris accepts Medicare and Medicaid as well as private insurance and private pay. 

815-942-5108
Self & Soul Guidance Center
2910 Country Oaks Lane, Morris, IL 60450
815-210-7610
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Senior Abuse Hotline
800-252-8966
Senior Division-Grundy County Health Department
Health
Grundy County Administration Building
1320 Union Street, Morris, IL 60450

Provides a variety of support and services to Grundy residents 60 and older and their caregivers.  

Monday-Friday 8 AM-4 PM
tel:815-941-3404
Senior Service Center of Will County
Ombudsman (Nursing Home)
251 N. Center Street, Joliet, IL 60435

An ombudsman advocates within a nursing home on behalf of the patient – not the nursing home and not the patient's family.

Serves Will, Grundy, and Kankakee Counties.

Common Inquiries:

List of nursing homes or other types of facilities

How to choose a facility, including basic understanding of different levels of care

Medicare and Medicaid issues

Residents' rights

How the complaint process works

How to contact IDPH to file a complaint

Information on appointing or changing agent for Power of Attorney

815-740-8492
Social Security Administration
552 Houbolt Rd. Joliet IL
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9-4. Wednesday 9-12. Closed Saturday & Sunday.
815-729-2895
Special Connections
Special Connections

The mission of Special Connections of Grundy County is to connect people with disabilities to their community through social interactions, education, recreational opportunities and shared information. We promote an environment of inclusion, self-determination and knowledge.

815-545-3397
St. Vincent’s Table
Free meals

Free meals for those who are hungry and/or in need of fellowship.  Thursdays at 5:00 pm at First Presbyterian Church, Morris, and Mondays at 5:00 pm at Berst Center in Coal City

815-942-6389
Stepping Stones
Stepping Stones
Supportive services include education and involvement of family members and significant others as well as recovery support following treatment. Services are highly rated by persons served and other service providers.
1621 Theodore Street, Joliet, IL 60435

Stepping Stones provides professional alcoholism and substance abuse treatment to persons suffering from the disease of addiction, even if persons served are unable to pay for the cost of the services. Treatment is based on the belief that a substance use disorder is a treatable illness and not a moral failure.

 

Individualized treatment planning is provided within a variety of licensed and accredited programs:

·         Intensive Residential

·         Extended Residential

·         Intensive Outpatient

·         Outpatient

·         Recovery Homes.

Stepping Stones is fully accredited at the highest level by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

815-744-4555
Stroke & Aphasia Support Group
Support Group
Whitman Assembly Room 1 at Morris Hospital

For those who have had a stroke and are dealing with the difficulties that come with it, this support group provides constant support for these individuals and their families.

See link for dates and times
815-705-7440
morrishospital.org
Stroke Support Group
Mental Health after a Stroke
Leeza’s Place at Provena Saint Joseph Medical Center 50 Uno Place Joliet IL 60435

This is a support group for stroke survivors and their families.

Last Thursday of every month at 3 p.m.
815-741-0077
Suicide Hotline I Veterans Crisis Line

1-800-273-8255

Three Rivers Public Library
109 N. Wabena, Minooka, IL 60447

Serving Minooka and Channahon area.

815-467-1600
http://trpld.org/
Under His Wings
Under His Wings
Women’s Center
802 Liberty Street, Morris, IL 60450

Religious organization providing services to women and children.

815-942-4682
United Way of Grundy County
Volunteer Opportunity
Business and Technology Center
1802 Division St. Suite 500, Morris, IL 60450

The United Way of Grundy County supports local not-for-profit agencies that make an impact and build a stronger community for all.  We connect those in need with resources available and provide rewarding volunteer opportunities. 

815-942-4430
http://www.UWGrundy.org/
University of Illinois Extension
4-H
4004 N. Division, Morris, IL 60450

University of Illinois Extension serving Grundy, Kankakee and Will counties provides resources and programming to the community. The program areas are:

Family & Consumer Economics

Local Food Systems and Small Farms

Metro 4-H Youth Development

Nutrition and Wellness

SNAP-Ed

Youth Development

We Care of Grundy County
Low Income Services
530 Bedford Rd., Morris, IL 60450

We Care of Grundy County provides services to Grundy County residents with qualified income (less than 200% of Federal Pverty Level).  Services include groceries, a clothes closet, and assistance with rent/mortgage, prescriptions, and utilities.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 am-12:00 pm & 1 pm-4 pm; Thursday 8:30 am-12 pm & 1:00 pm-5:30 pm
815-942-6389
Will-Grundy Center for Independent Living
2415-A West Jefferson St. Joliet, IL 60435

The Will-Grundy Center for Independent Living is a non-residential, community-based, nonprofit organization that is operated by and serves people of all ages with all types of disabilities.

815-729-0162 (PHONE) 815-729-2085 (TTY) 815-768-2582 (VRS)
Will-Grundy Medical Clinic
213 East Cass Street Joliet, Illinois 60432

The Will-Grundy Medical Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization that provides free medical and dental care to adults who have no health insurance or medical care entitlements and meet prescribed income guidelines. Care is provided by physicians, dentists and other professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to the Clinic. The Will-Grundy Medical Clinic also operates a satellite clinic in Morris to make it easier for Grundy County residents to seek care. This satellite clinic occurs on the first Friday of each month.

815-726-3377
Caregiver Support Group
Grundy County Administration Building
1320 Union St., Morris, IL 60450

Support group for any caregiver who is attending to an individual that is 60 and older.

First Tuesday of each month from 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
815-941-3404