Link to Senior Life Enrichment Quarterly Brochure
Age-Friendly Chicago Plan
Have some great ideas for your neighborhood? Don't be shy. Share your idea with CHIdeas!
DFSS News Archive
One Summer Chicago Link
Please visit and "like" us on Facebook:
The Chicago Department of Family & Support Services (DFSS) is dedicated to supporting a continuum of coordinated services to enhance the lives of Chicago residents, particularly those most in need, from birth through the senior years. The department works to promote the independence and well-being of individuals, support families and strengthen neighborhoods by providing direct assistance and administering resources to a network of community-based organizations, social service providers and institutions.
DFSS offers direct services and referrals for specialized assistance to residents and families in need through its six Community Service Centers. The DFSS Division on Domestic Violence is dedicated to promoting a coordinated multi-system response to domestic violence in Chicago. And the department’s Senior Services Area Agency on Aging administers a variety of informational and recreational programs through our Regional and Satellite Senior Centers, designed to address the diverse needs and interests of older Chicagoans, from those who are healthy and active, to those who are frail and homebound.
|Jun 28, 2016||The City of Chicago Department of Family and Support Services Regional Long Term Care Ombudsman Program, Letter of Intent|
|Jun 30, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Launches New Summer Campaign To Promote Expanded Summer Learning Programming And Activities For Youth Around The City|
|Jun 27, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Kicks Off 2016 One Summer Chicago With Visit To Youth Workers|
|Jun 16, 2016||Mayor Emanuel And Emerson Collective Announce Peace Mini Grants To Be Awarded For Youth-Led And Youth-Created Peace Initiatives This Summer|
|Jun 16, 2016||Mayor Emanuel And Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership Announce $2 Million Grant To Expand One Summer Chicago Employment For 300 Year-Round Jobs|
|Jun 13, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Joins Father Pfleger In Launching New Youth Jobs Program To Employ 50 In The Auburn-Gresham Community|
|View all News Releases (Family & Support Services)|
Information on Plan 2.0 and efforts to prevent and end homelessness including 2.0 updates and Point-In-Time reports:
Break the cycle of violence! Report Domestic Violence
Read a Profile of Uninsured Chicagoans & Opportunities Under the Affordable Care Act:
Find Computer Centers Near You: