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.
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||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
||Chicago Riverwalk Kicks Off Summer Season with Opening Celebration Saturday, May 20
||Millennium Park Summer Film Series Lineup Features Its First Spanish-Language Film and First Daytime Film
||32nd Chicago Gospel Music Festival Headliners Include The Rance Allen Group, Jonathan McReynolds, VaShawn Mitchell, and Many More
||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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