Anyone, 6 months of age and older, is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Find your nearest vaccination location at vaccines.gov.
If you live in Illinois and have a disability, the Division of Rehabilitation Services may be able to help you find a job or live at home independently.
Learn more about becoming an Alcoholism & Substance Treatment & Intervention Provider.
Learn more about enrolling as a new developmental disabilities service provider or adding services as an established provider.
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The Illinois National Guard is about dedication to state and country, a citizen-soldier tradition that spans more than 380 years. It's a military team that shares core values, convictions and beliefs.
Vocational Rehabilitation Services help people with disabilities find and keep jobs. These services help people find jobs or get ready to work. They also make sure that people have the supports they need to stay on the job.
These services help individuals who receive Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance and are interested in getting a job understand how working will affect their benefits.
Day programs are offered to adults who have a developmental disability who live in residential settings, by themselves or with family. Programs may include daily living skills, outings, vocational training, employment opportunities and recreation.
Use the Illinois workNet JobFinder to find recent job listings that best fit your skills and interests.