Temporary Shelters And Assistance Programs
Remedies Renewing Lives
Assists persons who have problems with substance abuse or family violence. Remedies Renewing Lives’ domestic violence shelter and services offers counseling for victims of domestic violence and their dependent children. Call 815-962-2102 to initiate services. Substance abuse services include: screening, assessment, treatment, and aftercare for substance abusers both adults and adolescents. Individual, couple, family, and group counseling available. Also offers medical and psychological services; prevention education and training; intervention guidance; on-site urinalysis processing; Alcoholics&Narcotics Anonymous; relapse prevention counseling; and methadone&suboxone treatment. Free or sliding fee schedule services, Medicaid eligible. Nurses, physicians, and certified addictions counselors. M-Th 8am-5pm, F 8am-1pm, other hours by appointment.
- 516 Green Street
Rockford, IL 61102
- Phone: 815-962-0871
- 2028 N. State Street
Belvidere, IL 61008
- Phone: 815-547-4502
- Crisis line: 815-962-6102
Rockford MELD – Transitional Living Program
MELD Transitional Living Program provides case management and housing to pregnant or parenting young women. Women are assisted with goals while provided with life skills and child development education. Requirements: Homeless pregnant and/or parenting women between the ages of 17 – 21. Fees: Residents in the program pay rent based on income.
- 620 Kishwaukee Street
Rockford, IL 61103
- Phone: 815-963-3369
Crusaders Community Health Rockford Homeless Program
The Health Care for the Homeless Program was provides medical care for homeless individuals within the Rockford area. The program consists of physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, nurses and case managers committed to helping clients access medical services. Services are provided include substance abuse and mental health referrals, assistance with housing options, and entitlement services to our homeless population. Case Managers are available to provide assistance and in-depth case management to homeless individuals and families. Case Manager also assists clients in obtaining the needed verifications for the benefits and services offered by the above agencies. Referrals may be made to a variety of community service agencies including but not limited to: mental health services, substance abuse programs, entitlement services, public and private housing, educational opportunities, job opportunities, and veterans assistance.
- Woodward Campus
1200 West State Street
Rockford, IL 61102
- Phone: 815-490-1680
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