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We understand that many ill or elderly people are being directly impacted by COVID-19 policies and service interruptions. As a caregiver it is important to know what resources are available for you or your loved one. We have composed a list of external sources to help you get started. 

Insurance Counseling

ASI Senior Health Insurance Program – a free service offered to Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries.

Click Here: ASI SHIP Program

Illinois Department of Commerce

Covid-19 Emergency Resources for Businesses. Click here.

Latino Policy Forum

Index of coronavirus resources. Click here.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


24/7 free and confidential support. Help available in Spanish.


Legal Aid

Legal Aid Chicago – provides free civil legal services to people living in poverty in Cook County.


120 S. LaSalle St. #900

Chicago, IL 60603

(312) 341-1070



Department of Housing – ensures Chicago’s housing resources and policies address the needs of residents of all income levels.

1922 N. Pulaski Rd.

Chicago, IL 60639

(773) 342-7575

Latin United Community Housing - aspires to build empowered, thriving communities and further access to equitable and fair housing.

3541 W. North Ave. #1

Chicago, IL 60647

(773) 276-5358

Spanish Coalition for Housing - counseling, financial education and housing resources necessary for Latinos and other low-to-moderate income families in the Chicagoland area.

1922 N. Pulaski Rd.

Chicago, IL 60639

(773) 342-7575


Dementia/Alzheimer Information

Alzheimer's Association - eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health

225 N. Michigan Ave. Floor 17

Chicago, IL 60601

24/7 Helpline

(800) 272-3900

Latino Alzheimer’s & Memory Disorders Alliance - educate, empower, and engage the Latino caregiver of Alzheimer’s and memory disorders family members by providing skill building training, and compassionate support programs.

1609 36th Ave.

Melrose Park, IL 60160

(224) 715-4673

Dementia & Driving - While some people with dementia can keep driving through the early stages of the disease, the condition will eventually cause authorities to revoke the privilege. Driving in the advanced stages of dementia can lead to catastrophic results, including fatal car accidents. In this challenging time, it’s essential to convey that relinquishing their driving option doesn’t automatically smother their independence or mobility. There are a few ways seniors can maintain these things throughout the transition. Visit the website below for more information.


Substance Misuse

Start Your Recovery - offer people who are dealing with substance use issues a single source of reputable, objective information about signs, symptoms, conditions, treatment options, and resources — presented in a user-friendly format and in language that’s easy to understand.



Estate Planning

TRW Law - to help your loved ones, begin the estate planning process early in your life. But facing estate planning can be daunting. To make the process as painless as possible and ensure that your wishes are honored after your passing, follow these 25 steps for estate planning.

(772) 210-3049

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