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Adeline Christian Camp

8159 W White Eagle Road

Camp that encourages youth grades 3rd-Senior to follow Christ and do all things through Him.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to transform our community into a better place to live, work, and play by reaching the lost and equipping the found.

Adoption Center of Illinois at Family Resource Center

5828 N. Clark Street

Mission: Helping children through adoption.

We do this by:

  • Finding permanent, loving adoptive families for children, regardless of the background or health of the child.
  • Safeguarding the best interests and welfare of children placed in our care.
  • Advancing the practice and understanding of adoption.

Our Philosophy:

We are committed to a contemporary, innovative and compassionate approach to adoption. Our agency approves Illinois families for adoption according to DCFS standards and Illinois law. We assess prospective adoptive parents on an individual basis regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age (applicants must be at least 25 years of age), religion, mental or physical disability, marital status, length of marriage, size or composition of existing family, participation in infertility treatment, or any other factors protected by law.

Adoption Information Center of Illinois

120 West Madison Street #800

Adoption Information Center of Illinois provides resources for learning about adoption and foster care and meeting children waiting to be adopted. They work with caseworkers to register the nearly 18,000 young people waiting to be adopted in Illinois. They also support keeping siblings together.

Barnabas Center

1831 N Knoxville Ave

Since many issues stem from problems with family and personal relationships, Peoria Rescue Ministries established the Barnabas Center to fulfill the need for Biblical counseling. Clients who are mentally, emotionally and spiritually discouraged can openly share their fears, hurts and difficulties and receive discerning Biblical wisdom. Membership is held in the American Association of Christian Counselors. Marriage, family, and individual counseling are available.

Beauty for Ashes Counseling

1204 S 5th St, Springfield, IL 62703, United States

Beerlahai Roi Women’s Ministries

7811 Olde Carriage Way

Beerlahai Roi Women’s Ministries offers care and compassion to homeless pregnant women in a loving Christian environment. Life at the home provides a wonderful opportunity for mother and baby to bond in a setting where there is love and support.

Bethany Baptist Church

7422 N Heinz Ln, Edwards, IL 61528, United States

Counseling in Peoria, IL.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Illinois Capital Region

928 S Spring St, Springfield, IL, United States

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Illinois Capital Region understand the power of a one-to-one mentor relationship. Through those relationships they help kids succeed and thrive!

Bloomington Midwest Food Bank

1703 S Veterans Pkwy, Bloomington, IL 61701, United States

Food Service in Bloomington, IL

Bright Star Equestrian Center

13922 State Hwy. 97

Equine assisted therapy for special needs children, individuals with emotional trauma, Veterans with PTSD

We offer recreational riding lessons, therapeutic riding lessons, summer camp opportunities, equine assisted psychotherapy sessions, speech and language therapy incorporating horses, as well as creative and unique corporate training and leadership programs.

We believe in the power of horses to bring hope, healing and transformation to people of all abilities and ages. At Bright Star Equestrian Centre, our trained instructors help people with special needs, and individuals recovering from emotional trauma improve physically, mentally, and emotionally through encounters with horses in a safe and supportive environment.

Bureau County Food Pantry

1005 N Main St, Princeton, IL 61356, United States

Business Men in Christ

Springfield, IL, United States

Business Men in Christ is for discipleship of all men who wish to follow Christ, outreach into the marketplace and world, and serve in our communities. Their mission is to strengthen families and reach the world with the Gospel of Truth.

Camp Good News

26010 Liberty Lane

A Five-Day Resident Camp that fosters the growth and development for each camper to begin their love relationship with Jesus Christ in a fun camp setting with others who love and serve Him.

Camp Kearney

1127 South Laramie

Their mission is to build relationships and teach kids about God’s love.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to proclaim Jesus Christ, in His name, love our neighbors and provide hope to the community through life transforming ministries.

Camp Manitoumi

948 Country Road 1800 North

Day camp that promotes Christ as their savior for all ages. Our goal is simple: And Jesus increased in wisdom (mental) and stature (physical), and in favour with God (spiritual) and man (social). Luke 2:52.

Camp Of Champions USA

403 1/2 NE Jefferson St.

Their mission is to win children and their families to Christ, to guide them in experiences and habits that will develop a maturity of faith in Christ, and to give staff and volunteers the opportunity to serve and develop their leadership abilities and spiritual gifts.

Celebrate Recovery

2221 N. Gale Ave.

Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that can help us overcome our hurts, hang-ups and habits. It’s a 12-step program that embraces Jesus as our Higher Power & applies to all kinds of life’s concerns. If you’d be interested in participating in or volunteering with this program, please contact Carolyn Gunn at carolyngunn121@hotmail.com.

 

Central Illinois Food Bank

1937 East Cook, Springfield, IL 62703, United States

Central Illinois Food Bank in Springfield collects donated food and grocery items. They then distribute the food to local charitable agencies in 21 counties in Illinois.

Christian Homeschooling Association

Homeschooling Resources Cooperative: fully invested in Christian Homeschooling, we all play an intricate part of educating our own children.

Clinical Counseling Services

311 E Main St., Ste.505, Galesburg, IL 61401, United States

Clocktower Therapy Center

2663 Farragut Dr, Springfield, IL 62704, United States

Clothes Closet

800 Springfield Road

The Encounter is a nondenominational church in East Peoria. They provide clothing for those in need.

Community Light (Firehouse of God Ministries)

306 5th Avenue, Sterling, IL, United States

Community Light provides several services and programs for the homeless within the area. Programs include serving meals, Rescue Missions, and summer kids programs. Financial and food donations are also accepted; financial donations are tax-deductible.

Compass for Kids, Inc.

501 S 4th Street

The mission of Compass for Kids is to provide academic and social-emotional support to empower at-risk children and families. To this end, Compass for Kids has innovative school year and summer programs to support at-risk children in Springfield School District 186 in Springfield, Illinois.

Compass works on educating the children as whole persons, and recognizes that social, emotional, and life skills contribute to overall well-being and academic success.

Contact Ministries

1100 E Adams St, Springfield, IL 62703, United States

Contact Ministries is a faith-based organization serving the greater Springfield community. They provide free programs and resources to poverty level families to help them become financially self-sufficient.

Counseling Family and Marriage

1707 N Henderson St, Galesburg, IL 61401, United States

CourtSystem.org

CourtSystem.org is an easy to navigate directory of legal and law enforcement office contact information. It is home to tens of thousands of US courts, jails, prisons, police departments, sheriffs, and district attorneys with easy to access contact information indlucing addresses, hours, phone number, and services provided by each office.

 

Dixon Community Food Pantry

2001 West 4th Street

The Dixon Community food bank is a food service in Sterling, IL. Usual hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 1:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m.

Driven Cafe “Hot Meal Ministry”

335 Sabella Street, Pekin, IL 61554, United States

Food service in Peoria, IL.

Located in the Sabella Street Station

Eagle Crest Camp

823 Columbia Rd

Eagle Crest Camp, a ministry of The Salvation Army, exists to provide an opportunity for all to encounter Jesus Christ and enrich their lives through exposure to God’s Word, His Creation, and His People. The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

East Bay Camp & Retreat

24248 Ron Smith Memorial Highway

Their mission is to make Christ known in a fun and transforming way while equipping and forming Christian leaders for service in the world.

Episcopal Church Camp Of Illinois

The mission to to allow participants to experience God in the midst of His creation. To provide both youth and adult participants with the extraordinary opportunity to live in a Christian community.

Mission Statement: The purpose of Episcopal Church Camp of Illinois is to provide both youth and adult participants with the extraordinary opportunity to live in a Christian community within the environment of the cabins, lakes, and woods of East Bay Camp near Hudson, Illinois. It is our goal that all participants will experience this life in Christ, the particular expressions of which may be somewhat different from what they experience in their home parishes; and that their growth in Christ may be enriched by these experiences.

Faith Bible Camp

849 Knox Rd. 2200E

A camp dedicated to helping people of all ages grow closer to Jesus Christ.

Mission Statement: At Faith Bible Camp, our goal is to provide the opportunity for students to leave behind the distractions of the world and enjoy fun, community, and time worshiping and growing in their relationship with the Lord.

Family Service Center

730 E. Vine St.

The Family Service Center in Springfield that focuses on families and strengthening communities through a variety of services including adoption services, counseling, foster care, and after-school programs.

Firehouse of God Ministries

306 5th Avenue

Community Light Homeless program serves dinner to homeless and hungry individuals Monday-Fridays from 5:00 p.m- 6:00 p.m.

First Church of the Nazarene

411 13th Ave, Sterling, IL 61081, United States

Food Service in Sterling, IL

First Things First

800 Springfield Road

The Encounter is a nondenominational church in East Peoria. They perform small community projects, including lawn work, painting, gardening, etc. for those in need.

Fish of Galesburg

288 Hawthorne Ct, Galesburg, IL 61401, United States

Gaballi

800 Springfield Road, East Peoria, IL 61611, United States

Food service in Peoria, IL.

Located in The Encounter

Galesburg Rescue Mission

435 E 3rd St, Galesburg, IL 61401, United States

genHkids

305 S 4th St, Springfield, IL, United States

GenHkids in Springfield wants to see a decrease in childhood obesity. They host programs and events to encourage healthy eating and a healthy lifestyle.

Girls on the Run of Central Illinois

907 Clocktower Drive, Springfield, IL 62704, United States

Girls on the Run of Central Illinois is a program for girls in the 3rd through 8th grade. By working with young girls to train for a 5k, they inspire them to be joyful, healthy and confident.

Gorenz Counseling & Consulting

1009 S Main St, Princeton, IL 61356, United States

Counseling in Sterling, IL

Great Oaks Camp

1380 CR 900 N

While at camp, youth are engaged with fun activities and Christ-centered discussions by Christian staff who desire to create caring relationships with the campers.

Habitat For Humanity of Sangamon County

2744 S 6th St, Springfield, IL, United States

Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County partners with local churches and community organizations. Through these partnerships, they build simple, affordable housing for people in need.

Helping Hands

1208 East 4th Street

Helping hands is a food service that helps those in need. They provide: food; monetary help with rent, gas, and electric bills; transportation for abused women and children and so much more!

Mission Statement:  It is our mission to CONNECT with the most needy in our community, help them GROW in self-sufficiency as we SERVE them with the love of Christ Jesus.

For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me. I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me. Matthew 25:35-36.

Helping Hands Homeless Shelter

1015 East Madison Street, Springfield, IL 62703, United States

Holy Family Food Pantry

1023 E Washington St, Springfield, IL 62703, United States

Home Sweet Home Ministries

303 E Oakland Ave, Bloomington, IL 61701, United States

Home Sweet Home Ministries

303 E Oakland Ave, Bloomington, IL 61701, United States

Food Service in Bloomington, IL

Hope Life Center

2323 E Lincolnway, Sterling, IL, United States

The Hope Life Center in Sterling provides support for women facing unplanned pregnancy. 

Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach

4930 Laverna Road, Springfield, IL 62707, United States

Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach in Springfield is committed to meeting the health care needs of individuals in developing nations with the distribution of recovered medical supplies & equipment.

Illinois Children and Family Services

2607 Woodlawn Rd

DCFS is committed to acting in the best interest of every child it serves and to helping families by increasing their ability to provide a safe environment for their children and by strengthening families who are at risk of abuse or neglect.

Illinois Mentor Community Services

4507 N Sterling Ave, Peoria, IL 61615, United States

Counseling in Peoria, IL

Illinois Poison Control Center

833 W Jackson Blvd #610

The Illinois Poison Center is dedicated to reducing the incidence and injury of poisoning in our communities through immediate expert telephone treatment recommendations, innovative public and healthcare professional education, and focused research.  The confidential 24-hour helpline is staffed by specially trained medical experts, including physicians, nurses, and pharmacists.

Emergency Hotline: 1.800.222.1222

 

Illinois Valley Fuller Center for Housing

1716 N University St

The Illinois Valley Fuller Center for Housing is accepting applications for their home repair program, furnace safety checks and yard cleanups for Central Illinois Veterans.

The Fuller Center just completed their 50th home repair project and has completed over 140 yard cleanups.

In His Hands Orphans

Rochester, IL, United States

  • Orphan and adoption awareness
  • Support for orphaned children through building orphan care communities
  • Orphan prevention
  • Serving as a resource for families seeking adoption

Jacksonville Family Counseling

1429 S Main St, Jacksonville, IL 62650, United States

Jacksonville Food Bank

316 E State St, Jacksonville, IL 62650, United States

John R. Day Christian Psychological Associates

3716 W Brighton Ave, Peoria, IL 61615, United States

Counseling in Peoria, IL.

Journey Counseling Associates

1531 W Peru St, Princeton, IL 61356, United States

Counseling in Sterling, IL

Kumler Outreach Ministries

303 N Grand Ave E, Springfield, IL 62702, United States

Kumler Outreach Ministries in Springfield feeds the hungry, cares for the sick, helps clothe people, and teaches life skills.

Lake Springfield Christian Assembly

1674 Lick Creek Lane

We have been providing quality Christian camp programming in central Illinois since 1939.  Our desire, since then, has been to see people of all ages make life changing decisions to be more like Christ.  We want to partner with local churches and groups to see that all of our guests and campers ENCOUNTER the gospel message of Christ, EMBRACE the gospel message of Christ and ENGAGE the gospel message of Christ.

Land of Lincoln Goodwill Industries

2001 Wabash Avenue, Springfield, IL, United States

Land of Lincoln Goodwill Industries serves Springfield and the surrounding areas. They empower people with special needs to become self-sufficient.

Lion’s Roar Prison Ministry

A ministry focused on outreach to the children of those currently incarcerated.

Our goal at Lions Roar Prison Ministries is to aid in the Spiritual Rehabilitation of these individuals and their families. These fathers, mothers, husbands, wives, sons, daughters, brothers and sisters that have drifted from God or sadly, may have never knew HIM at all. Our hope and goal is to help these lost transform themselves into Faith bound Christian men and women to eventually teach those in their lives the beautiful gift of redemption, love and grace from Our Lord, Jesus Christ!.

Loaves and Fish

116 NE Perry Ave, Peoria, IL 61603, United States

Food service in Peoria, IL.

Located in First United Methodist Church

Loaves and Fishes

501 Broadway Ave, Sterling, IL 61081, United States

Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois

7620 Madison Street

Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois improves the well-being of people across the state by protecting children, strengthening families and building futures for those who have experienced trauma. We do this as a leading provider of a variety of child welfare services. We serve children, individuals, families and communities of all faiths, races, orientations and ethnic backgrounds.

In response to God’s love, Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois engages with youth, adults, families, communities and other stakeholders to improve the well-being of those we are called to serve.

Make The First Five Count (Easter Seals) (Bloomington)

2404 E Empire St, Bloomington, IL. 61704

As a leading provider of child development services, we are here to be your partner in raising a healthy and happy child. We’ll help you be aware of the five key growth areas during these critical years before your child starts kindergarten.

Every year, more than a million children will enter school with an undiagnosed developmental delay. We want to change that. We want to ensure all children start kindergarten with the right skills to succeed alongside their peers.

Make The First Five Count (Easter Seals) (Peoria)

507 East Armstrong Avenue

As a leading provider of child development services, we are here to be your partner in raising a healthy and happy child. We’ll help you be aware of the five key growth areas during these critical years before your child starts kindergarten.

Every year, more than a million children will enter school with an undiagnosed developmental delay. We want to change that. We want to ensure all children start kindergarten with the right skills to succeed alongside their peers.

Memorial Counseling Associates

15 Founders Lane, Jacksonville, IL 62650, United States

Memorial Counseling Associates

1204 S 5th St, Springfield, IL 62703, United States

Memorial Counseling Associates

3225 Hedley Road, Springfield, IL 62711, United States

Menno Haven Camp

9301 1575 East Street

Their mission is to invite all to experience God’s world and Christ’s kingdom in a camp and retreat setting through opportunities for worship, fellowship, recreation, growth, and renewal.

Midwest Food Bank

9005 N Industrial Rd, Peoria, IL 61615, United States

Food service in Peoria, IL.

Midwest Mission Distribution Center

1001 Mission Drive

MMDC provides opportunities for individuals and groups of all walks of life, denominational backgrounds, abilities, and ages to help provide disaster relief kits and resources as well as educational and medical supplies  to those in need both locally and internationally.

Mini O’Beirne Crisis Nursery

1011 N 7th St, Springfield, IL, United States

The Mini O’Beirne Crisis Nursery helps prevent child abuse and neglect. They provide an emergency, temporary care, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for children in the Springfield area.

Options EAP

1000 East Backbone Road, Princeton, IL 61356, United States

Counseling in Sterling, IL

Our Savior’s Lutheran Church and School

2645 Old Jacksonville Road

Summer Day Camp

PADS Homeless Shelter

805 West 1st Street

Homeless Shelter of Dixon, IL provides temporary housing for men, women, and children, food and services to those in need.

Pathway Counseling Services

208 Brink Circle, Sterling, IL 61081, United States

Counseling in Sterling, IL

PAX International Student Hosting

14 Willett Avenue

PAX Student Exchange now serves 1,000 participants from over 70 different countries placing them with an American host family. These young people have a sincere desire to experience America and would participate in the everyday activities your family takes for granted. Invite a PAX student into your home and watch how you all grow. This national organization has a locally based contact.

Local Contact: Angela Norris

Peoria Area Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous

329 East Lake Avenue, Peoria, IL 61614, United States

Counseling in Peoria, IL

Peoria Rescue Ministries

601 SW Adams St, Peoria, IL 61602, United States

Food service in Peoria, IL.

Peoria Tazewell Dyslexia Awareness Network

2900 West Lake Avenue

Tutoring for kids with dyslexia, teacher training and workshops, monthly library meetings, student and family advocacy.

The Dyslexia Awareness Network (DAN) is a not-for-profit corporation, started in January 2014 by staff of the former Children’s Dyslexia Center of Illinois. Joined by parents and local tutors and teachers, DAN operates with the mission to improve the lives of children and individuals with dyslexia, and related learning disabilities, through high-quality, professional development for teachers, the public and the families of the students it supports.

DAN promotes research-based approaches that teach reading the way children and individuals actually learn. Related methods have been derived from the work of the late Samuel T. Orton and others.

Working as partners with schools, teachers, parents and other experts, DAN strives to eliminate educational inequities and create excellent learning opportunities for all students.

Project Know

Addiction Services Nationwide

Re:generation

10700 N. Allen Rd

This anonymous support ministry will help you find contact with God, personal value and purpose, and connection and a sense of belonging. Weekly meetings are held on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30 pm providing free dinner and childcare. Within that time you will experience community gathering, worship and testimony, and support groups including Codependency and Addiction groups for men and women.

Recovery Zone

1503 1st Ave, Rock Falls, IL 61071, United States

Counseling in Sterling, IL

Refuge Ranch

9350 Cascade Rd., Rochester, IL 62523, United States

Refuge Ranch in Rochester gives kids the chance to grow by maintaining a farm and taking care of animals.

Rehabs.com

Addiction Services Nationwide

Rock River Christian Camp and Retreat Center

16486 W IL Route 64

Rock River Christian Camp, as an extension of the local church, exists to glorify God by impacting all generations for Christ in a natural setting.

Rock River Christian Center

1800 Prophet Road, Rock Falls, IL 61701, United States

Food Service in Sterling, IL

Royal Family KIDS camp

3000 W MacArthur Blvd Ste. 412

A ministry focused on reaching foster children in the United States and overseas, through a week long summer camp. For the children that attend, RFK provides ways for them to get connected to the Church, and continue the hope that the children experienced at camp.

Royal Family Kids Camp #354 in Carlinville

PO Box 16

Sponsoring Church: First Assembly of God

Royal Family Kids is a national ministry creating positive, life-changing moments for innocent children who have been victims of abuse, neglect, and abandonment. Their vision is to give foster children ages 6-12 a life-changing experience at camp. Their values are to treat these kids royally, keep moving forward, and make moments matter.

History of Royal Family Kids: In 1985, an assistant pastor named Wayne Tesch and his wife, Diane, saw a need to provide hope to local foster children in Costa Mesa, California. They created a week-long summer camp held in the mountains, the “cathedral of the outdoors,” in order to create moments that matter for foster children ages 6-12. After the first five years of hosting camps through their church, the Tesches realized the need was in every county in the U.S. They also realized it was possible to launch RFKC as a countrywide organization. In 2008, the organization expanded to include a school year mentoring program called “Royal Friends Club,” headed by Joanne Feldmeth, the former Executive Director for Child SHARE. In 2015 Royal Family KIDS served over 7,700 children in 209 camps in 40 states and 4 international countries.

Royal Family Kids Camp #362 in Normal

800 E. Vernon, Normal, IL 6176

Sponsoring Church: Normal First Assembly of God

Royal Family Kids is a national ministry creating positive, life-changing moments for innocent children who have been victims of abuse, neglect, and abandonment. Their vision is to give foster children ages 6-12 a life-changing experience at camp. Their values are to treat these kids royally, keep moving forward, and make moments matter.

History of Royal Family Kids: In 1985, an assistant pastor named Wayne Tesch and his wife, Diane, saw a need to provide hope to local foster children in Costa Mesa, California. They created a week-long summer camp held in the mountains, the “cathedral of the outdoors,” in order to create moments that matter for foster children ages 6-12. After the first five years of hosting camps through their church, the Tesches realized the need was in every county in the U.S. They also realized it was possible to launch RFKC as a countrywide organization. In 2008, the organization expanded to include a school year mentoring program called “Royal Friends Club,” headed by Joanne Feldmeth, the former Executive Director for Child SHARE. In 2015 Royal Family KIDS served over 7,700 children in 209 camps in 40 states and 4 international countries.

Safe Families for Children

4300 W Irving Park Rd

Since 2005, Safe Families for Children has offered sanctuary to thousands of children, minimizing the risk for abuse or neglect and giving parents the time and tools they need to help their families thrive. The ultimate goal is to strengthen and support parents so they can become Safe Families for their own children.

Salvation Army Safe Harbor

611 West Washington Street, Bloomington, IL 61701, United States

Salvation Army Safe Harbor

611 West Washington Street, Bloomington, IL 61701, United States

Food Service in Bloomington, IL

Located in the Salvation Army Community Center

Sauk Valley Foodbank

1801 Plant Road

Food bank in Sterling, IL

 

Regular hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Fri-Sun: Closed

Second Baptist Church Food Pantry

305 S Cherry St, Galesburg, IL 61401, United States

Sojourn Shelter & Services

Springfield, IL, United States

Sojourn Shelter & Services, Inc in Springfield provides a safe haven for women and children of domestic abuse. They also have a prevention and education program.

South Side Mission

1127 S Laramie St, Peoria, IL 61605, United States

Shelter in Peoria, IL

South Side Mission

1127 S Laramie St, Peoria, IL 61605, United States

Food service in Peoria, IL.

Springfield Family Counseling Center

305 E Court St, Jacksonville, IL 62650, United States

Springfield Family Counseling Center

1700 Spring St, Springfield, IL 62703, United States

Springfield YMCA

701 S 4th St, Springfield, IL 62703, United States

The Springfield YMCA focuses on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Their mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirits, minds and bodies. 

St. Vincent De Paul Society Food Pantry

273 S Prairie St, Galesburg, IL 61401, United States

Sterling/ Rock Falls YMCA

2505 YMCA Way

The YMCA provides emergency shelter for adults and children escaping domestic violence. They assist victims with finding houses, child care, economic support, and finding services to address other personal needs.

Teen Challenge

311 S Olive St, Peoria, IL 61612, United States

Counseling in Peoria, IL

The Antioch Group

6615 N Big Hollow Rd, Peoria, IL 61615, United States

Counseling in Peoria, IL.

The Baby Fold

612 Oglesby Ave, Normal, IL 61761, United States

The Illinois Inter-Agency Athletic Association (IIAA)

941 N. 2500 E Rd

The IIAA is a Recreation League focused on providing positive social outlets for at-risk youth. Established in 1976 the IIAA is a non-profit organization reaching out to the youth in substitute care. The IIAA contracts with Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. The focus of the IIAA is skill development and having fun first, winning second. The real winners of the events are those who exhibit a high degree of sportsmanship.

The Institute of Christian Psychology, Dr. Phil Foster

808 S Eldorado Ste.102, Bloomington, IL, 61704, United States

The Parent Place

314 S Grand Ave W, Springfield, IL, United States

The Parent Place of Springfield offers support groups and family coaching. They exist to help men and women learn effective parenting skills.

The Salvation Army

510 North Kellogg Street, Galesburg, IL 61401, United States

The Salvation Army

414 NE Jefferson St, Peoria, IL 61603, United States

Food service in Peoria, IL.

The Salvation Army

530 N 6th St, Springfield, IL, United States

The Salvation Army in Springfield has many opportunities for you to volunteer. Everything from teaching music lessons to dishing up meals. 

The Salvation Army

409 Avenue F, Sterling, IL, United States

Food and shelter service located in Sterling, IL. 

The Salvation Army (Drop-In Center For Homeless 8AM – 8:30PM)

414 NE Jefferson St, Peoria, IL 61603, United States

Shelter in Peoria, IL

The Salvation Army (Family Shelter)

417 NE Adams St, Peoria, IL 61603, United States

Shelter in Peoria, IL

The Salvation Army (Men’s Overnight Shelter)

414 NE Jefferson St, Peoria, IL 61603, United States

Shelter in Peoria, IL

The Salvation Army Eagle Crest Camp

823 Columbia Road

A day camp dedicated to providing the opportunity for all participants of this camp to share their faith story and relationship with Christ.

Mission Statement: Eagle Crest Camp, a ministry of The Salvation Army, exists to provide an opportunity for all to encounter Jesus Christ and enrich their lives through exposure to God’s Word, His Creation, and His People.

Transitions Hospice

12040 Raymond Court

Their mission is to provide comfort and quality of life to their patients during the time they have remaining. The patients will be connected with hospice volunteers from local churches along with the home hospice care team to fulfill their profound belief that no individual should die alone.

Truth In Love Counseling LLC, Carrie Bussmann, LCPC

706 e Oglesby Ave, Normal, IL 61761, United States

Counseling service in Normal, IL

Twin City Pads

111 E 29th St, Sterling, IL 61081, United States

Shelter in Sterling, IL

Uturn Life Center

1015 E Madison St, Springfield, IL, United States

Willmar and Arina Cohen are leading a team of God loving people into the heart of Springfield IL, to minister to the homeless and temporary displaced families. Willmar and Arina were born in South Africa and moved to the U.S.A. in 1996.They became U.S. citizens in 2008. They have been ministering to the homeless faithfully now for 10 years. Uturn was founded by Willmar and Arina on December 1st 2010.

Uturn Life Center

1023 East Washington Street

Uturn Life Center offers various services within the Springfield area, including a day center for the homeless, a food bank, financial classes, church services, and many other resources for the community. 

Woodford County Heartline & Heart House

Woodford County Heartline is a crisis agency for those in Woodford County and are in a short term crisis situation and are needing assistance with food, medicine, utilities, rent, etc.

Heart House is a shelter for woman and children who are homeless or victims of domestic violence and are residents of Woodford County (plus the Tazwell County portions of Washington).

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YMCA Camp Benson

16355 Scenic Palisades Road

Their mission is to provide a safe, fun, magical, and educational experience for our campers through the demonstration of four core values: caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility and by practicing a camper-first philosophy.