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 humanservices@dgtownship.com or call (630) 719-6670.

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Recent News

  • Township Board Meeting – September 19th, 2019 September 18, 2019 The Township Board Meeting will be held at the Township office, as follows: Date: Thursday, September 19th, 2019 Where: Meeting Room – 4340 Prince Street, Downers Grove, IL When: 7:30 pm View and download the meeting agenda.
  • FISH 50th Anniversary Celebration! September 11, 2019 Save the date and please join us to kick off the 50th Anniversary of the Downers Grove Area FISH Food Pantry & Community Services! See the flyer below for details, print it out, and we’ll see you there!
  • 2nd Annual FFDGTS Fundraiser: Improving the Senior Experience! September 11, 2019 Mark your calendars to come out and support Friends For Downers Grove Township Seniors, dedicated to supporting Township social services! Here’s the link to donate! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=ZWbK_PZQLHuy4XV8hZgXYdCBC5SLTePXi38ysVy1jMm6NB9Ree4ySGiBpKTH5FEyEEyDHW&country.x=US&locale.x=US
  • Senior Car Care Checkup Clinic Coming September 28th August 28, 2019 It’s that time of year again! Saturday, September 28th, from 8am to 10:30am, at the Westmont Fire Department, 6015 South Cass Avenue, Westmont, the annual Senior Car Care Checkup Clinic is fast approaching. NO registration is required. Bring in your car for a multipoint safety inspection and an AARP approved CarFit inspection and adjustment. Volunteer mechanics, ...
  • Peer Jury Expands to Clarendon Hills August 27, 2019 The Village of Clarendon Hills recently announced its participation in the Downers Grove Regional Peer Jury program. A Peer Jury is an alternative to court for first-time juvenile offenders of non-serious offenses, such as theft, vandalism, disorderly conduct, tobacco possession or underage drinking. The jury is comprised of high-school-aged student volunteers. Clarendon Hills is currently ...
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