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CDPH Announces Expansion Mental Health Support

CDPH Announces Expansion Mental Health Support

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced a package of mental health supports for Chicago residents who may be facing challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has… Read more »

State Distributes More Than 13,000 Meals to Local Foodbanks

State Distributes More Than 13,000 Meals to Local Foodbanks

The State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) is working with the Department of Human Services and our local emergency managers to address an identified need in our communities. To date, the… Read more »

Triton College to Offer Tracing Training Course

Triton College to Offer Tracing Training Course

Triton College will offer a free Infectious Disease Contact Tracing training course online June 4 -June 25 through the School of Continuing Education. Upon completion of the Triton course students… Read more »

City Launches ‘My Chi. My Future’

City Launches ‘My Chi. My Future’

At a citywide virtual youth summit, Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and First Lady Amy Eshleman launched “My CHI. My Future.”(MCMF) – a multi-year, youth-focused initiative designed to connect youth across… Read more »

Governor Pritzker Announces Plan to Expand Child Care in Next Phases

Governor Pritzker Announces Plan to Expand Child Care in Next Phases

Building on a statewide effort to ensure Illinois can safely reopen and families can return back to work, Governor Pritzker announced the state’s plan for a gradual reopening of child… Read more »

Lilly Backs Balanced Budget and Protections for Families, Workers and Voters in Pandemic Response Special Session

Lilly Backs Balanced Budget and Protections for Families, Workers and Voters in Pandemic Response Special Session

State Rep. Camille Y. Lilly, D-Chicago, advanced significant protections for families, workers and voters during a special session of the Illinois General Assembly to address issues arising from the COVID-19… Read more »

Illinois General Assembly Provides Over $90 Million in Key Relief to Address Disparities

Illinois General Assembly Provides Over $90 Million in Key Relief to Address Disparities

Courtesy of Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights The Illinois General Assembly has concluded its special session to pass a state budget and address the COVID-19 pandemic.  As part… Read more »

Rep. Delia C. Ramirez Secures Relief for Renters and Homeowners Impacted by COVID-19

Rep. Delia C. Ramirez Secures Relief for Renters and Homeowners Impacted by COVID-19

State Rep. Delia C. Ramirez, D-Chicago, is proud to announce the creation of a fund to provide emergency rental and mortgage assistance grants to tenants and homeowners impacted by the… Read more »

Seguimiento de casos en Chicago

Seguimiento de casos en Chicago

Por: Ashmar Mandou A medida que la Ciudad de Chicago se compromete a reabrir más negocios en las próximas semanas, el Departamento de Salud Pública de Chicago anunció su plan… Read more »

Evitar el fraude y las estafas del censo

Evitar el fraude y las estafas del censo

El phishing es un acto criminal en el que alguien intenta obtener su información fingiendo ser una entidad en la que confía. Los correos electrónicos de suplantación de identidad (phishing)… Read more »