Partner Agencies


Fox Valley United Way partners with a variety of organizations to help those in need.

 

African American Men of Unity
30 S. Stolp Ave.
Suite 311
PO Box 1534
Aurora IL, 60507
Ph: 630-606-1910
www.aamou.com
Program offers positive role models/father figures to at risk youth by guiding them through each developmental stage.

 
 

Association for Individual Development
309 W. New Indian Trail Court
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-966-4000
www.the-association.org
Primary Provider throughout the Fox Valley Area for the assessment, coordination, and treatment of individuals with diverse disabilities.

 
 

Aunt Martha's Youth Services
101 S. Broadway

Aurora, Il 60502
Ph: 630-896-7900
www.auntmarthas.org
Offers services in a full continuum of care for children, teens, and families that include community based, healthcare, and prevention services.

 
 

Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry
659 S. River Street
Aurora IL, 60507
Ph: 630-897-2127
www.aurorafoodpantry.org
Provides emergency food and nutritional assistance to individuals and families in need.

 
 

Breaking Free, Inc.
120 Gale St.
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-897-1003
www.breakingfreeinc.org
Provides prevention and counseling services addressing alcohol and other drug problems, child abuse and neglect, parenting skills, juvenile delinquency, and general relational and mental health issues.

 
 

CASA - Kane County
Kane County Court House
100 South 3rd St., Suite 460
Geneva IL, 60134
Ph: 630-232-4484
www.casakanecounty.org
Provides advocacy to abused an neglected children within the Juvenile Court System.

 
 

CASA - Kendall County
811 West John St.
Yorkville IL, 60560
Ph: 630-553-8660
www.casakendallcounty.org
Provides trained volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children.

 
 

Camp Kishwaukee
1011 West Jones
Plano IL, 60545
Ph: 630-552-7518
Camp used all year long by many scout troops.

 
 

Campfire USA Illinois Prarie Council
45 W. Roosevelt Rd.
Lombard IL, 60148
Ph: 630-629-5160
www.campfireusa-illinois.org
Offers boys and girls at several elementary schools activities as an alternate to gang involvement.

 
 

Catholic Charities of Aurora
1700 North Farnsworth Ave. Suite #28
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-820-3220
www.catholiccharities.rockforddiocese.org
Provides individual, marital, and family counseling, crisis pregnancy and adoption programs.

 
 

Child Care Resource and Referral
801 North Larkin Ave. Suite 202
Joliet IL, 60435
Ph: 815-741-1163
www.childcarehelp.com
Assist parents, families, home based providers and childcare centers. Work with parents to find quality childcare.

 
 

Community Career Center
1815 W. Diehl Road, Suite 100
Naperville IL, 60563
Ph: 630-961-5665
www.communitycareercenter.org
Services offered are free of charge to job seekers. Assistance with resume writing, interviewing, and networking skills, job search strategy, career counseling, and basic computer skills.

 
 

Day One Network
1551 East Fabyan Parkway
Geneva IL, 60134
Ph: 630-879-2277
www.dayonenetwork.org
Provides individual service coordination and advocacy services to individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities.

 
 

Elderday Center
8 S. Lincoln Street
Batavia IL, 60510
Ph: 630-761-9750
www.elderdaycenter.org
Adult day service center. Provides quality day services by promoting independence for older adults and providing support and education for their care givers. They offer comprehensive program of socialization, recreation and health maintenance. Provides caregiver support services to caregivers taking care of older adults ove the age of 60 in Kane County.

 
 

Family Counseling Service
70 South River St.
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-844-2662
www.aurorafcs.org
Offers behavioral health counseling for individuals and families; substance abuse assessment and treatment; Consumer Credit Counseling Service; sponsors the local Big Brothers Big Sisters program.

 
 

Family Focus
550 Second Street
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-844-2550
www.family-focus.org
Program that provides services to parents, children and teens. Programs include: parenting education, ESL and GED programs.

 
 

Fox Valley Volunteer Hospice
200 Whitfield Dr.
Geneva IL, 60134
Ph: 630-232-2233
www.fvvh.org
Provides support, care, education, and advocacy for the terminally ill, their familiies and the bereaved.

 
 

Fox Valley Family YMCA
3875 Eldamain Rd.
Plano IL, 60545
Ph: 630-552-4100 xtn. 225
www.foxvalleyymca.org
Provides programs for health, well-being and physical fitness for the community.

 
 

Gateway Foundation
400 Mercy Lane
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-966-7400
www.recoveratgateway.org
Offers both outpatient and residential treatment programs and mental health and substance abuse counseling for adults and adolescents.

 
 

Girl Scouts - Northern Illinois
200 New Bond St.
Sugar Grove IL, 60554
Ph: 630-897-1565
www.girlscoutsni.org
Provides recreational and educational programs for girls ages 5-17.

 
 

Golden Harvesters Senior Citizens
117 East Jones St.

Plano, IL 60545
Provides meals for seniors.

 
 

H.A.L.T. Club
301 E. Van Emmon St.
P.O. Box 615
Yorkville IL, 60560
Ph: 630-553-1960

www.haltclub.com
Program provides interaction and fellowship for individuals in recovery.

 
 

Hesed House
659 South River St.
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-897-2156
www.hesedhouse.org
A comprehensive Homeless Resource Center offering residential programs, case management, mental health and substance abuse counseling to homeless individuals and families.

 
 

Hope for Tomorrow, Inc.
479 North Lake Street
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-966-9000
www.hopefortomorrow.net
Works with individuals with chronic substance use and gambling disorders by providing relapse prevention education to individuals in conjunction with a highly-structured, substance free, supportive living environment.

 
 

Joseph Corporation
32 South Broadway
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-906-9400
www.josephcorporation.org
Offer homeownership education, pre-and post purchase counseling, and residential development.

 
 

Kendall Community Benefits
30 Acorn Lane
Yorkville IL, 60560
Ph: 630-553-9100 xtn. 8012
Provides temporary assistance with security deposits, rent and mortgage.

 
 

Kendall County Community Bridges
315 Farm Court
Yorkville IL, 60560
Ph: 630-632-1125

Assists in past due bills such as gas bills, small repairs, electric bills. Average $200 per person.

 
 

Kendall County Food Pantry
208 Beaver Street
Yorkville IL, 60560
Ph: 630-553-0473
www.kendallcountyfoodpantry.org
Supplies food, shelter, clothing, school supplies, small household appliances, furniture, pet food and care.

 
 

Kendall County Health Dept.
811 West John St.
Yorkville IL, 60560
Ph: 630-553-9100 xtn. 8097
www.kendallhealth.org
Provides a wide array of health and human services which include family self-sufficiency, behavioral health, youth development, environmental health, and maternal child health programs.

 
 

L.I.F.E. Support Incorporated
Virtual Office:
1444 N. Farnsworth;

#1005
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-742-8022
www.lifesupportinc.org
Program provides mentoring/tutoring, physical fitness, and life skills to middle school and high school students.

 
 

Marie Wilkinson Child Development Center
1144 East Galena Boulevard
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-851-7772

Provides reliable and affordable childcare services for children in the Aurora area.

 
 

Mutual Ground
418 Oak Ave.
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-897-0084
www.mutualgroundinc.org
Serves victims of domestic violence and sexual assult. Offer shelter, transitional housing, legal/medical advocacy and a 24 hour crisis hotline.

 
 

Open Door Clinic
157 South Lincoln Ave. Suite #K
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-264-1819
www.opendoorclinic.org
Provide education, prevention, treatment of HIV/AIDS & other Sexually Transmitted Infections.

 
 

Open Door Rehabilitation Center
405 South Wells St.
Sandwich IL, 60548
Ph: 815-786-8468
www.odrc.org
Provides services to adults with developmental disabilities through a variety of programs such as sheltered employment, developmental training, supported employment and community placement.

 
 

Operation Snowball (Kendall County)
21 Jack St.
Plano IL, 60545
Ph: 630-552-3866
www.kcosnowball.org
Provides prevention activities that educate, raise student's self-esteem and encourages peer leadership.

 
 

Oswego Family YMCA
160 E. Washington St.
Oswego IL, 60543
Ph: 630-551-0797
www.oswegofamilyymca.org
Provides Jr. High School students an opportunity to interact with their peers as well as forming positive and meaningful relationships with adults in the community where they live.

 
 

People for Child Care
14 North May St.
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-892-4303

After school program for school aged children ages 5-12; program promotes education enrichment, enforces self-esteem and provides a same and caring environment.

 
 

Plano Youth Athletic Assoc.
P.O. Box 14
Plano IL, 60545
Ph: 630-244-1152
www.pyaaonline.com
Provides instructional and competitive sports for boys and girls ages 5-17.

 
 

Prarie State Legal Services Inc.
1024 West Main
St. Charles IL, 60174
Ph: 630-232-9415
www.pslegal.org
Provides free legal help for elderly and low-income persons.

 
 

Quad County Urban League
1685 North Farnsworth Ave.
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-851-2203
www.qcul.org
Provides an Alternative Education Program, Employment Programs and Emergency Assistance for one-time mortgage, rental or utility assistance to individuals and families.

 
 

RITAS Ministry
568 West Galena Boulevard
North Aurora IL, 60542
Ph: 630-966-0252
www.ritasministry.org
Provide aftercare support for ex-offenders and their families. Offer housing, food, transportation, case management, substance abuse counseling and information and referrals.

 
 

Rebuilding Together Aurora
1460 N. Farnsworth Ave. Suite 5
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-585-7510
www.rebuildingtogetheraurora.com
Provides free accessibility modifications and home repairs to low-income Aurora and Aurora Township homeowners through the use of volunteer labor and donated materials.

 
 

Salvation Army
437 East Galena Blvd.
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-897-7265
www.salarmyaurora.org
Provides a variety of emergency services including rent/mortgage utilities, food, prescriptions, and clothing assistance.

 
 

Salvation Army Golden Diners
1031 East State St.
Geneva IL, 60134
Ph: 630-232-6676

www.salarmychicago.org
Provides in-home meals to seniors as well as congregate dining sites.

 
 

Senior Services
900 North Lake St. Suite 205
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-897-4035
www.seniorservicesassoc.org
"One-Stop-Center" of social services for seniors. Providing elder abuse investigation, care giver assistance, assessments and case management.

 
 

Suicide Prevention Services
528 South Batavia Ave.
Batavia IL, 60510
Ph: 630-482-9699
www.spsfv.org
Helps save lives and restore hope through prevention intervention and post-vention services. Provide depression screenings, individual and family counseling and support groups.

 
 

Three Fires Council Boy Scouts
415 North 2nd St.
St. Charles IL, 60174
Ph: 630-584-9250
www.threefirescouncil.org
Provides educational programs for boys age 8-18 to foster mental, physical, and emotional fitness, citizenship training and character development.

 
 

Triple Threat Mentoring, NFP
100 S. River St. Suite 100
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-570-9506
www.triplethreat.org
Empowering urban youth to develop confidence, character and life skills through innovative programs in Athletics, Academics and Arts.

 
 

VNA Health Care
400 N. Highland Ave.
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-978-2532
www.vnahealth.com
Provides primary care and community health services. Provide Home Health, Hospice, WIC and Healthy Families Program.

 
 

Wayside Cross
215 E. New York St.
Aurora IL, 60505
Ph: 630-892-4239
www.waysidecross.org
Partners with the community to provide support and services for men women and children in times of need.

 
 

World Relief
14 West Downer Place, Suite 8
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-906-9546
www.wr.org
Assists refugees by providing housing placement, orientation, ESL classes, school enrollments, employment assistance and mental health counseling.

 
 

YMCA Aurora
31 W. 290 Schoger Drive
Naperville, IL  60564
Ph: 630-585-2347
www.ysafensound.org
Offering before & after school care, in partnership with school districts 203 & 204 in Naperville & Aurora.  Also offering summer day camps.

 
 

YWCA Aurora

(At Aurora University campus)

411 S. Randall Rd.
Aurora IL, 60506
Ph: 630-486-1592
www.ywcaaurora.org
Provides educational workshops for children and youth, seminars and discussion forums for adults, and special events for the community.  Also serves family child care providers through the Child & Adult Care Food Program.