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The Chicago Department of Family and Support Services provides families with a continuum of coordinated services and programs to enhance the lives of each family member beginning in infancy through the senior years.  The department, together with a network of delegate agencies, provides assistance to residents through services including, but not limited to, child care, household stabilization services, homeless services, workforce development and senior services.

Alerts (Families)

Severe Alert Apr 19, 2017 Jumping Jack Program Application Now Available!
Low Alert Apr 20, 2017 MOPD's 2nd Quarterly Information Session - Wed, May 17, 2017
Low Alert Dec 21, 2016 The Mayor’s ADA 25 Literacy Task Force Report

Most Recent News (Families)

Apr 21,2017 The 39th Annual Chicago Jazz Fesitval Announces Centennial Celebrations For Thelonious Monk, Ella Fitzgerald and Dizzy Gillespie Millennium Park and the Chicago Cultural Center August 31 – September 3
Apr 20,2017 Chicago Riverwalk Kicks Off Summer Season with Opening Celebration Saturday, May 20
Apr 17,2017 Millennium Park Summer Film Series Lineup Features Its First Spanish-Language Film and First Daytime Film
Apr 07,2017 32nd Chicago Gospel Music Festival Headliners Include The Rance Allen Group, Jonathan McReynolds, VaShawn Mitchell, and Many More
Apr 06,2017 Mayor Emanuel Announces Millennium Park is Now the #1 Attraction in the Midwest and Among the Top 10 Most-Visited Sites in the U.S.

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