Member Organizations


If you would like to learn more about some of our member organizations, click on the link to their web site below. (This is not a comprehensive list.)

To have your member organization listed here, dues should be up to date. Contact any HSC officer to provide information to add or update your agency listing.

ABC Counseling and Family Services
Provides counseling services to children and families affected by sexual abuse as well as offering specialized adoptions services and birth-parent counseling.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Champaign County
Youth serving organization, based on a one-to-one relationship between an adult volunteer and a child at risk.

C-U Area Project
Nonprofit organization that provides services to “at-risk” youth and
their families, and serves as a catalyst for citizens working together
to address problems and issues affecting them.

C-U Public Health District
Champaign-Urbana Public Health District provides an array of services to improve the health, safety and well-being of the community through prevention, education, collaboration, and regulation.

C-U Tenant Union
A service and advocacy organization for renters that works to stimulate equitable relations between tenants and landlords.

Champaign Consortium
Provides job search assistance and sponsorships for career training, and preliminary eligiblity screening

Champaign County Health Care Consumers

Nonprofit, citizen action, grassroots organization based on the belief that reforms in the health care system will come only with the active involvement of consumers.

Champaign County Regional Planning Commission
Assists low-income persons in moving out of poverty.

Champaign Urbana Special Recreation
Provides recreational programs and services for people with disabilities

Child Care Resource Service
Provides child care resource and referral services to a 6 county area in east central Illinois.

City of Champaign – Neighborhood Services
Responds to neighborhood needs by organizing and supporting neighborhood groups, providing funding to rehabilitate housing and support local social services, and identifying and correcting code issues on properties throughout the City.

City of Champaign Township
Provides financial and medical assistance to eligible residents of the City of Champaign.

City of Urbana – Community Development
Provides programs of economic development, housing, planning, zoning enforcement, and building safety code enforcement in Urbana.

Cognition Works
Provides a variety of services inlcuding counseling for individuals, couples, and groups; assessments; and workshops and educational seminars for schools, faith-based organizations, businesses, and social service agencies.

Community Elements, DBA: Mental Health Center of Champaign County
Provides a range of mental health services to individuals of all ages and families living in and around Champaign County

Community Service Center of Northern Champaign County
Provides a variety of social services in Rantoul and Northern Champaign County including information, referral, advocacy, transportation and food assistance.

Courage Connection
Primary programs include: 1.) Shelter and services for victims of domestic violence, including a 24-hour hotline. 2.) Transitional housing and supportive services for women and women with children who are homeless. 3.) The Connections resale store in Lincoln Square Mall.

Crisis Nursery
Provides short-term emergency child care available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for children 5 years of age and younger. Also offers Parent Support Groups in Rantoul & Champaign, Parent-Child Interaction Groups and Parent Education Groups.

Crosspoint Human Services
Provides a variety of mental health, developmental disability and human services to Vermilion and surrounding counties.

Cunningham Children’s Home
Provides residential treatment, special education, foster care and independent living programs for youth

Cunningham Township Supervisor’s Office
Local government office required to provide General Assistance to eligible Urbana residents.

DHS/Division of Rehabilitation Services
DHS’s Division of Rehabilitation Services is the state’s lead agency serving individuals with disabilities.

Don Moyer Boys and Girls Club
Provides a safe place for youth to develop character, leadership, education, career, health, art, sports and fitness skills while becoming responsible and caring citizens.

Eastern Illinois Foodbank
Nonprofit warehouse operation serving nonprofit emergency food programs with low- and no-cost grocery products

Family Life Skills Learning Center
Offers life skills classes to help individuals reclaim their lives and restore relationships programs with low- and no-cost grocery products

Family Service of Champaign County
Provides quality human services for children, adults, families and seniors.

Greater Community AIDS Project provides services to those affected by HIV and AIDS.

GROW In Illinois
Mutual self-help groups offering a program of personal growth through small weekly meetings and voluntary member networks. Provides support and practical help for anyone coping with mental or emotional crises and disorders.

Girl Scouts – Green Meadows Council
Offers a safe, nurturing environment where girls develop leadership skills and follow their dreams.

Greater Community AIDS Project
Provides education, transitional housing, rent and utility assistance for people with HIV/AIDS

Habitat for Humanity
Builds houses in partnership with people in need in Central Illinois

Illini Christian Ministries
A Christian social service agency seeking to help families in crisis.

Illinois Children’s Mental Health Partnership
Works to improve the scope, quality and access of mental health programs, services and supports for Illinois children.

Kathy Rhoads (Circle of Friends Adult Day Care)
Circle of Friends Adult Day Center is for adults who need socialization opportunities, daily supervision and assistance with activities of daily living related to physical/mental impairments.

Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance
Provides free civil legal services to low-income persons and senior citizens.

Lutheran Social Services of Illinois
Provides foster care, adoption and maternity counseling services in Champaign County

PACE, Inc. (Persons Assuming Control of their Environment)
Provides a variety of services to assist people with disabilities in achieving or maintaining independence

The Pavilion
Provides a safe and nurturing environment where children, adolescents, adults and seniors can find hope and healing from emotional
psychiatric and addictive diseases.

Planned Parenthood of East Central Illinois
Provides complete sexual health care services and education to families in our community.

Prairie Center
Provides a variety of programs and services for substance abuse treatment in East Central Illinois.

Prairieland Conflict Mediation
A not for profit community mediation and dispute resolution organization serving people in Champaign-Urbana and surrounding communities.

Presence Covenant Medical Center
A 210-bed comprehensive medical facility in the Champaign-Urbana community.

Psychological Services Center UIUC
Provides therapy, assessments, and programs for community members; sliding-fee scale

Psychology Department – University of Illinois
Provides an array of services to students, current members of the department and to the general public

Regional Office of Education
Offers attendance improvement program (truancy), education for children and youth program

Restoration Urban Ministries
Provides housing, food and clothing

Salt and Light
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School of Social Work – University of Illinois

Works in partnership with local human service providers to offer a variety of  internship opportunities to BSW and MSW students.

Smile Healthy
Provides a variety of dental services to uninsured and underinsured individuals throughout Champaign County.

United Way of Champaign County
Mobilizes resources and develops strategies to meet human care needs in Champaign County

University of Illinois
The University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign is a public research-intensive university. The university comprises 17 colleges that offer more than 150 programs of study, and is the flagship campus of the U of I system.

University of Illinois Extension
Provides practical, research-based information and programs to help individuals, families, farms, businesses and communities in Illinois.

Urbana Adult Education
Provides lifelong learning opportunities to persons 17 years of age and over who reside in Urbana, Champaign, and surrounding communities.

Urbana Park District
Provides recreational culture, leisure and park services and facilities.

Wesley Evening Food Pantry
Provides groceries, along with health, education, and human services information for area residences on the third Thursday evening of each month.