Drivers can find information about renewing watercraft and snowmobiles.
Determine eligibility for SNAP benefits
Domestic violence programs located throughout Illinois provide safety assistance to victims of domestic violence. They are free and private. Services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling, legal advocacy, temporary food and housing, and more.
The Emergency and Transitional Housing Program gives immediate and comprehensive shelter services to homeless persons and persons at risk of becoming homeless.
Find support and treatment services for alcoholism & addiction through an extensive treatment provider network throughout the State of Illinois.
There are several ways to apply for Cash, SNAP (formerly Food Stamps), and Medical Assistance.
The Medication Management Demonstration (MMDP) seeks to reduce medication error rates and improve outcomes in clients who have historically been challenged by managing multiple medications at home. An in-home assessment will be completed for each client and a certified pharmacist will conduct comprehensive medication reconciliation and review.
Visitors can learn information about taking boating, hunting, and snowmobiling safety courses in Illinois.
As part of the Illinois firefighter promotion process, a candidate's qualifications are evaluated by a Joint Labor and Management Committee (JLMC) Assessor. The JLMC assessors must meet requirements of their own which are also established by the JLMC. Certified JLMC assessors will be listed here.