Kane County 211 is a 24/7 hotline that will connect you to expert, caring help. Every call is completely confidential.
The following organizations offer frequently used support services to families for food, shelter, and other needs.
Services for Rent, Utility, Mental Health Support
630-879-1392 Monday-Thursday 9am-2pm
General Assistance (GA) is a program that provides assistance to adults who are not receiving or do not qualify for public aid. They can help with basic living needs such as utilities, shelter, food, medical care and personal essentials.
St. Vincent DePaul at Holy Cross Church
879-4750, ext. 307
Many helpful outreach programs and links
Requires an in home visit; they will help with food, bills, furniture…many areas
We are an experienced and dedicated team of volunteers that is here to help. We offer many life-changing ministries under the umbrella of Shepherd’s Heart to help overcome every challenge and get back on the path of victory.
For more information, contact Lisa Smarto at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630.232.7068 x190.
TriCity Family Services
Provided counseling and other mental health services for teens, and other mental health services for families and community members across all income levels and life stages. Many links to other service agencies on their website.
Batavia United Way
Can connect you with several area agencies that can assist you with your emergency services, counseling needs, housing, etc. Contact us at info@Bataviaunitedway.org