East Central Illinois Community Action Agency
East Central Illinois Community Action Agency was incorporated in February 1966, in response to the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 and the launching of the “War on Poverty.” The original name of the Agency was the “Vermilion County Community Action Committee for Economic Opportunity.” The Agency has grown over the years along with the needs of the families in the area.
Illinois Department of Human Services
Illinois created IDHS in 1997, to provide our state’s residents with streamlined access to integrated services, especially those who are striving to move from welfare to work and economic independence, and others who face multiple challenges to self-sufficiency.
Vermilion County Works
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 is federal legislation authorizing federally funded workforce programs and services. The Act prepares eligible youth and adults in Vermilion County and the surrounding area for entry into the labor force. Workforce development programs and services have been developed to meet the needs of area business and industry.
The Hope Center
The Hope Center opened up in the Fair Oaks housing complex in early 2017 through a gracious partnership with the Vermilion Housing Authority. At the Hope Center, we want to serve children, youth, and families living in and near Fair Oaks with the love of Jesus and to see them grow and flourish in all areas of life!
1023 Belton Dr., Danville, IL 61832
Survivor Resource Center
Healing after Sexual Assault. Helping survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones. Click Here to view the protections of tenants and applicants given through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)!
Start Your Recovery
Addiction is a complex condition that creates a stronghold on our brain in several ways. Start your recovery, learn more about addiction, signs of problems, and treatment and recovery. Local resources can be found here.
Violence Against Women Act
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a landmark piece of legislation that sought to improve criminal legal and community-based responses to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking in the United States.
Mesothelioma Veterans Center- Asbestos Recycling
Asbestos is found in homes and buildings due to its widespread use in the 20th century, and when asbestos fibers are disturbed, the mineral can become deadly. Asbestos recycling can convert the material into a harmless glass, but it is not common today. Keep in mind, this type of asbestos removal and repurposing should be left to professionals.