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TASC serves clients in offices across Illinois and remotely via telehealth. If you or someone you know may need help, please contact your local TASC Area Office, or call us at 1-855-827-2444.

Scroll, or click on the links below, to find helpful resources for you and your family:

Client & Community Resources

Information on COVID-19 (coronavirus)

COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions - from Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) 

COVID-19: Latest Guidance - from Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH)

COVID-19: How to Protect Yourself and Others - from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Resources for Crisis Assistance and Recovery Support 

Emergency services in Illinois and online recovery support - TASC 1-pager

Illinois Dept. of Human Services Digital Recovery Support Resources Toolkit - Virtual recovery support communities, mental health resources, and more

Illinois Domestic Violence Helpline - 1-877-863-6338 (Voice) 1-877-863-6339 (TTY) Toll-free, confidential, multilingual, and open 24 hours

Illinois Medicaid and all medical assistance - Apply or re-apply online to avoid long wait times on the phone

US Government Benefits - Links to government benefits, food assistance, help with bills, unemployment assistance, and more

Winners' Circle Facebook Group - Facebook group offering peer support for facing life struggles

The links below will connect to other useful information for you, your friends, and family. 

Peer Support for Addiction Recovery and Mental Health

Winners' Circles (download community fact sheet, start a Winners' Circle in your community, join our Facebook group) (a listing of online 12-step meetings on various platforms)  

The Addiction Recovery Guide - Rational and Secular Programs 

Adult Children of Alcoholics

Alcoholics Anonymous (for families Al-Anon)

Cocaine Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous (and for families Gam-Anon)

Marijuana Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

National Alliance on Mental Illness

SMART Recovery

Court-Related Resources 

Circuit Court of Cook County Court Reminder System

Know Your Rights 

TASC Client Rights Statement and Notice of Privacy Practices

Know Your Rights (from ACLU)

Learn about Social Security after Incarceration

Find Legal Aid Resources in Illinois

First Defense Legal Aid 24-Hour Hotline (Cook County) 

State ID, Record Clearing, and Voting

Clearing Your Criminal Record (TASC informational fact sheet)

Record Expungement and Sealing Fact Sheet (from Cabrini Green Legal Aid) 

Obtaining Illinois State ID

Sealing or Expunging Records in Illinois

Notice Regarding Sealed or Expunged Records -- for IDFPR licenses, certifications, or registrations (includes barbers and cosmetologists)

Know Your Rights: Voting with a Criminal Record (from ACLU) 

Registering to Vote

Prevention and Intervention

Opioids Fact Sheet 

Stimulants Fact Sheet 

Recognizing and Preventing Drug Overdose

Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution (from IDHS/SUPR)

Save a Life. Get Naloxone. (from Chicago Department of Public Health) 

Administering Injectable Naloxone (an educational video) 

Vaping and Using E-Cigarettes (April 2020) 

Find Treatment and Health Services

Locate a Substance Use Disorder Treatment Provider in Illinois

Locate a Mental Health Treatment Provider

Find a Health Center

Temporary Medical Assistance Cards: Information in English and Spanish

Employment and Vocational Training, Housing, and Other Resources

Illinois Re-Entry Resources 

Employment and Vocational 

Illinois WorkNet Center

Re-Entry Illinois Employment Service Program

i.c. stars

Safer Foundation


Housing Resources in Illinois

Subsidized Housing and a Criminal Record in Cook County: What You Need to Know (from BPI Chicago)

Support for Veterans

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs

Resources for Parents and Family Members

Child Care Resource Service - Parenting Resources

When DCFS Cases Go to Juvenile Court

County-Specific Resources

For resources and services in your county, do a google search on your county name and “community services.” You may find results such as these:

DuPage CRIS (Community Resource Information System) – DuPage County Guide to Community Services