The Bloomington Normal area has several available resources for our community. Below is a listing of several agencies we often recommend:
PATH Crisis Center
2-1-1 or (309) 827-4005
Normal Township Financial Assistance
Bloomington City Township Financial Assistance
(309) 828-2356 or email@example.com
Tazwood Community Services
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
To apply for LIHEAP call (309) 533-7723 to schedule an appointment.
Mid Central Community Action (MCCA)
- For assistance email firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (309) 834-9224 to receive information about their application process.
- For Countering Domestic Violence services for emergency shelter (Neville House), Orders of protection, counseling, and support, contact our 24-hour hotline at (309) 827-7070
Home Sweet Home Ministries
Providing case management and other supportive services to the homeless such as shelter, hot meals, access to clothing and toiletries, and job training.
Chestnut Health Systems
Chestnut offers a comprehensive scope of behavioral health and human services in Illinois
Community Health Care Clinic
Providing quality healthcare to McLean County's medically underserved residents through the operation of a free clinic.
INtegRIty Counseling is a community based, non-profit counseling agency located in the heart of Bloomington's west side. It is a "pay as you can" agency and ask that clients contribute what they can afford to help cover expenses.
Bloomington Housing Authority
Housing Authority of the City of Bloomington is to provide quality affordable housing and self-sufficiency opportunities to low and moderate income citizens of McLean County.
Recycling Furniture for Families
Contact the Community Center for a referral.
Children Home and Aid
Children Home & Aid is a leading child and family service agency in Illinois. They help children recover their health, their hope, and their faith in the people around them.
Pregnancy Resource Center
Living Alternatives advertises as the Pregnancy Resource Center with free testing and confidential counseling.
The Forgotten Initiative
Supporting the foster care community by launching and leading a thriving foster care ministry.
The Immigration Project
The Immigration Project is the principal provider of non-profit immigration legal services in Central and Southern Illinois.
Providing counseling, education and career planning, student support services, safety planning, and healthy living strategies to students and families in Unit 5 and District 87. In both McLean and Livingston counties, we provide aid, shelter, and safety for runaway and homeless youth.
Career Link is an organization dedicated to developing the workforce of Central Illinois by providing job search and education assistance, training, and addition resources to residents and employers.
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