City Services
City Services


Services



  Caregiving Assistance 
The Chicago Department of Senior Services offers a variety of programs and services for families who are caring for their older loved ones. We know that your goal as an informal caregiver is to help your loved one maintain as much control over their own lives as possible under the circumstances. Our goal is to help you do that.

 

(Online Service) Extreme Weather and Emergency Services Extreme Weather and Emergency Services 
The Department of Family and Support Services works with other city departments to help residents through periods of severe weather.

 

  Find CDPH Mental Health Services 
Department of Public Health Mental Health Services

 

  Find Out about Recommended Childhood Immunizations 
Vaccines are among the most successful and cost effective public health tools available for preventing disease and death.

 

  Free STI/HIV Information and Outreach Materials 
The HIV/AIDS Training Unit provides free STI/HIV/AIDS prevention education materials, pamphlets, brochures, and/or condoms.

 

  Free STI/HIV/AIDS Testing and Treatment 
The Chicago Department of Public Health provides free testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) at the Specialty Clinics. The CDPH Care Clinics provide HIV and primary care services for patients living with HIV.

 

  Get Family Planning 
Our clinics provide Family Planning services including Birth Control methods.

 

  Get Substance Abuse Treatment/Intervention CDGA Supplemental Forms 
Get Substance Abuse Treatment/Intervention CDGA Supplemental Forms

 

  Help on Domestic Violence 
The Office on Domestic Violence continues to house and oversee the operation of the City of Chicago Domestic Violence Help Line. The Help Line is a 24-hour, toll-free confidential number that functions as a clearinghouse for domestic violence services and information.

 

  HomeMod - Program 
Sponsored by the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD), the HomeMod Program will allow people with disabilities, who are under the age of sixty, to receive home modifications that make their living environment accessible.

 

  Information on Producing an Athletic Event 
Information on what steps you need to take to produce an athletic event in Chicago.

 

  Institutional Review Board (IRB) Forms 
The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), through the Institutional Review Board (IRB), monitors research involving the Chicago Department of Public Health patients/clients and staff.

 

  Lead Screening 
Department of Public Health has several phlebotomists who will come onsite to daycare centers, Head start, faith-based and community organizations, clinics, and health fairs for free lead blood screening.

 

  MOPD Youth in Transition Summits 
MOPD hosts two annual events aimed at preparing young people with disabilities who are Social Security beneficiaries for the transition to college or the workplace.

 

  Report an Elevated Blood Lead Level 
To combat lead poisoning, the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) works to ensure children are tested for lead, to educate parents and property owners of the dangers of lead, and to enforce city and state laws.

 

  Resources 
More information will be forthcoming!

 

(Online Service) Senior Well Being Check Senior Well Being Check 
This service request is used to identify seniors whose health, safety or general well being are in question.

 

  Sign up to receive Food Alerts and Recalls 
The best way to stay on top of food recalls and alerts is by signing up to receive automatic emails when government agencies issues food recalls.

 

  Toward a Healthy Future Initiative 
The Toward a Healthy Future Policy Agenda is a multi-disciplinary policy agenda intended to be used by all stakeholders of the health, welfare, and safety of Chicago individuals, families, and communities.

 

  Vaccines/Shots/Immunizations 
Our clinics provide Vaccines, Shots, Immunizations for Elementary, High School and College students, flu & pneumonia and more.