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1900 Silver Cross Boulevard
New Lenox, IL 60451
Silver Cross is the only hospital in Illinois to be named a 100 Top Hospital National Award Winner for the past 5 years!
Provena Saint Joseph Medical Center333 N Madison Street
Joliet, IL 60435
Provena Street Joe’s offers 24 hour physician coverage in critical care and general medicine.
Will County Health Department
501 Ella Avenue
Joliet, IL 60433
Phone: 815-727-8480 Phone: 815-727-8690 (TDD) Fax: 815-727-8484
407 W Jefferson Street
Joliet, IL 60435
Phone: 815-727-5065 Fax: 815-727-0136
Will-Grundy Medical Clinic
"The Free Clinic" provides at no charge, primary, diagnostic, therapeutic, and referral medical and dental services to those who have no other access to such care.
A non-sectarian agency serving children and adults with developmental and mental disabilities in a variety of residential and day programs.
Family Counseling Center
Individual, family and group psychotherapy. Marital counseling and conflict management services. Consumer credit counseling services for families in financial debt.
Crisis Line of Will County, IL
Crisis Line is dedicated to providing help to people in need. Crisis Line of Will County serves a geographical area which includes Will, Grundy, Southern DuPage, and portions of Southwestern Cook Counties.
Illinois Alcohols Anonymous
Our website provides free resources for people at any stage of their recovery journey, along with a local AA meeting directory. https://alcoholicsanonymous.com/aa-meetings/illinois/
This organization is dedicated to providing senior living resources for the elderly. The website discusses all services available for seniors living in Illinois, outlines helpful state programs for seniors and allows to find assisted living facilities in every city, village and county in Illinois.
MEDICARE ELIGIBILITY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Even if you're under the age of 65, you can qualify for Medicare if you have certain disabilities. https://www.medicareplans.com/medicare-coverage-for-people-with-disabilities/
Technology Guide For Seniors
The guide is easily accessible, compatible with screen reader technology, and equipped with larger font making it very reader friendly. Our optimized guide also lists all the latest and greatest technology for seniors who wish to age in place.
How Technology Benefits Senior Citizens by AT&T
The guide covers information to make the lives of seniors more convenient by highlighting existing technology.
The Department on Aging Benefit Access Program (Formerly known as the Circuit Breaker Program)
Allows for the Secretary of State's office to provide reduced-fee license plates aimed toward senior citizens and persons with disabilities with specific qualifications. Applications and benefit access guidelines are available on the Department of Aging website at www.illinois.gov/aging or call toll free (800) 252-8966 OR (866) 206-1327 (TTY) Seniors may also receive application assistance at a local, participating senior center. Upon approval, each application is effective for two years.
The discount only applies to the following plate types: standard passenger, B-truck, persons with disabilities, recreational vehicles weighing up to 8,000 pound and military license. Only one discount per household per year.