Serving the youth and senior citizens. Human Services provides a variety of services which focus on helping people develop the skills and resources they need to live responsibly and independently and avoid more serious problems which require intensive intervention. Please see our specific program descriptions for more details on what we do and whom we serve. If you have any questions please email or call (630) 719-6670.

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Recent News

  • Senior Survival Skills Series is Super! March 20, 2019 The 2nd installment in Downers Grove Township’s Senior Survival Series “Spring Cleaning” brought local residents out to get information on 2 special topics: Estate Planning and Health & Wellness. It’s never too soon to start thinking about the future and how we can prepare to get there… whether for ourselves or a loved one! Eileen Fitzgerald, ...
  • PRC’s English for Health March 20, 2019 Local residents, who do not speak English as their native language, have a unique opportunity. Learn how to speak the LANGUAGE of health and talk to your doctors about medicine, family health services, healthy food, medical concerns and emergency situations… even about making appointments. Sign-up for this FREE class at Peoples Resource Center (PRC) 104 Chestnut ...
  • Smart Drivers Sharpen Their Knowledge and Examine their Skills March 20, 2019 Once a year Downers Grove Township and AARP host an eight-hour class on driving and vehicle safety, targeting drivers over 50 years of age (although any age can attend). Upon class completion, students receive a certificate for an insurance discount (discounts may vary, but are mandated under state law). The Smart Driver Class is also offered ...
  • Township Board Meeting – March 21st, 2019 March 20, 2019 The Township Board Meeting will be held at the Township office, as follows: Date: Thursday, March 21st, 2019 Where: Meeting Room – 4340 Prince Street, Downers Grove, IL When: 7:30 pm View and download the meeting agenda.
  • Township Led Life Skills Workshops Strengthen Teen Mental Health March 13, 2019 The Peer Led Life Skills program is making strides in the community. We partnered this year with District 99 for Operation Snowball and Westmont High School’s Take Care Day. Both programs advocate for teen mental health. The partnerships were a great success! Misty Boyd, our Prevention and Life Skills Coordinator created a workshop that students ...
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