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LAKE COUNTY VETERANS AND FAMILY SERVICES FOUNDATION - Service Platoon Program

Provides connections to people looking for volunteer opportunities within the community.

Services: Volunteer Opportunities

100 South Atkinson Road

Suite 110

Grayslake, IL 60030

(847) 986-4622

COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES (CASA) OF LAKE COUNTY - Advocacy Program

Matches trained volunteers with children who have become dependents of the Lake County Superior Courts.

Services: Guardians ad Litem

700 Forest Edge

Vernon Hills, IL 60061

(847) 383-6260

GREAT LAKES ADAPTIVE SPORTS ASSOCIATION (GLASA) - Sport and Recreation Program

Offers training and competition opportunities to individuals with physical and visual disabilities.

Services: Special Olympics

27864 Irma Lee Circle

Suite 101

Lake Forest, IL 60045

(847) 283-0908

BARRINGTON COUNCIL ON AGING - Elder Care Concerns Program

Provide information and referrals to seniors for the following services: - In-home home care assistance - Meals on Wheels program - Housing options - Assisted living and skilled nursing facilities - Friendly Visitor program - Transportation services (PACE Dial-a-Ride, FISH, taxi subsidies and non-emergency hospital transport) - Referrals to other agencies

Services: Area Agencies on Aging

6000 Garland Lane

Suite 100

Barrington, IL 60010

(847) 381-5030

COOL MINISTRIES - Food Pantry Program

Provides emergency food assistance to residents of Lake County.

Services: Food Pantries

800 West Glen Flora Avenue

Waukegan, IL 60085

(847) 662-1230

Clearbrook - Take A Break Program Waukegan

This program has developed a partnership with Waukegan's Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County to help support families who have a young child birth to five years old with a developmental disability receive a regularly scheduled time for parents to take a break.

Services: Developmental Disabilities Activity Centers

732 North Genesee Street

SRSNLC-Waukegan Douglas Park

Waukegan, IL 60085

(847) 653-6653 x28

GIRL SCOUTS OF GREATER CHICAGO AND NORTHWEST INDIANA - Leadership Program

Provides opportunities for girls and adults to discover and develop their fullest potential.

Services: Youth Development

650 North Lakeview Parkway

Vernon Hills, IL 60061

(855) 456-8347

Clearbrook - Take A Break Program

Offers in-home and site based respite support depending on location, eligibility and availability.

Services: Developmental Disabilities Activity Centers

1835 West Central Road

Arlington Heights, IL 60005

(847) 291-6971 x227

Lake County Veteran and Family Services - Vets In Need

Provides emergency financial assistance on a case by case basis.

Services: Drop In Centers, Military Family Support Groups, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran Reintegration Counseling, Veteran Support Groups

Suite 110

100 South Atkinson Road

Grayslake, IL 60030

(847) 986-4622

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS - Community Based Program

Matches youth facing adversity with adult role models, in a positive mentoring friendship.

Services: Adult/Child Mentoring Programs

560 West Lake Street

5th floor

Chicago, IL 60661

(312) 207-5615

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