In Peoria, Tazewell, and Woodford Counties there are a number of different residential options for people with disabilities. In order to become a resident of these programs, the first step is to contact Central Illinois Service Access (CISA). CISA is the service coordination agency for central Illinois. CISA determines eligibility for state funded residential services, helps families locate appropriate providers, and requests funding on behalf of the family.
Bathesda Lutheran Communities
Apostolic Christian Home
South Side Office of Concern
Human Service Center
Peoria Housing Authority
Pekin Housing Authority
Woodford County Housing Authority
The Central Illinois Homeless Continuum of Care supports multiple services for individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless including shelter facilities, transitional housing, permanent supported housing, and rent and utility assistance.
Salvation Army (Peoria and Pekin)
Center for Prevention of Abuse
Prairie State Legal Services
Peoria Friendship House of Christian Services
Southside Office of Concern
Heart House (Eureka)