Some helpful sites...
Welfare League of America, Inc.
Social Work Federation
Here to open Residential
Treatment for Youth with Mental Health Needs
A Guide for Parents and Guardians
Association of Private Special Education Centers
Youth at Risk
Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
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proven to be a fantastic resource for fundraising where participating
business partners contribute a percentage of your grocery loyalty
cards, credit card, and debit/ATM card purchases to the school,
group or organization of your choice. Visit our family of merchants
for a complete list of participants in the program.
League of America's National Database
The CWLA National Data Analysis System (NDAS) provides you with
access to all states' child abuse and neglect data from 1990 to
1996, with some data available for 1997 and 1998. Predefined tables
and graphs are customizable by state and data year, and include
data sources and notes.
Department of Human Services
Human services agencies are set up in an effort to constantly improve
the welfare of Illinois citizens throughout their lives. Various
programs at the different agencies have a common goal. They aim
to make people self-sufficient and responsible for their actions
through programs including counseling, treatment, benefits, assistance
and awareness programs.
Provides schedules for the Illinois Senate and House of Representatives,
information maintained by the Legislative Reference Bureau such
as the Illinois Compiled Statutes, an on-line copy of the Illinois
Constitution, Public Acts, information about Illinois Legislators,
Legislative Support Services, and more.
State Comptroller's Office
The Comptroller's site has been developed as an open, interactive
querying environment providing direct public access to financial
and other data that the Comptroller's Office accumulates as the
State's chief financial officer.
The U.S. Government Printing Office site offers the full text of
the Federal Register, congressional records, reports from the General
Accounting Office, and other documents. All of these documents can
be searched by key words.