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An Easy-to-Read Booklet on Teaching Pro-Social Skills - Click on title

An Easy-to-Read Booklet on Dealing with Bullying - Click on title




Join the Advocacy Effort at SCIL

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much"  -Helen Keller

The need for strong voices will never end. Today we consider the DHS Budget and how possible cuts will affect individuals with disabilities. Tomorrow may bring a new issue and another call for individuals with disabilities to unite and advocate for independence and equality. We need strong advocates and individuals willing to share their stories. Interested: Please contact SCIL: 217 523-2587 v/tty.




What is InnoCaption Service?

InnoCaption provides free real-time caption service for the deaf and HOH (Hard of Hearing) mobile user. It will function with any smart phone that utilize the Android or iPhone OS. InnoCaption app is turned on whenever an inbound call is delivered and automatically turned off once the call is terminated by either party. This gives the caption user peace of mind that they can give their caption number out to anyone with no fear of a complicated process to follow by either party. In addition our product will work on any 4G or WiFi network with the same level of performance. Regardless of your network. Web address:

Illinois Department of Human Services moved from 100 S. Martin Luther King Drive to 600 East Ash Street, 500 Building, Floor 1, Springfield, IL 62703.  Telephone (217 535-3120) and Fax number remain the same.


Invisible Disability

People with invisible disability fight for understanding


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Readjustment Counseling Service: Springfield Vet Center Relocation

As of September 1, 2016 the Springfield Vet Center will be relocated. Our new address will be at 2980 Baker Drive, Springfield, IL 62703. We look forward to continuing to work with you are our new location.   DeAnna Cagley, Team Leader

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