The Family Health Services Team strives to improve the quality of life by promoting health and preventing illness through education and exceptional client-centered services to the diverse community of Will County. Family Health Services participates in health fairs by giving community presentations for several of its programs. For more info Click Here.
SERVICES & PROGRAMS GUIDE. Click Here.
The main federal funded job training program that is available in Illinois is the WIA - Workforce Investment Act. It combines several different non-profit and government resources into one overall workforce development system. Other essential support services are available: state & local programs; rent assistance; electric & heating bills; medical bills & free health; charity assistance. For more information Click Here.
The resources provided below, are presented to assist you in addressing issues that are specific to your present and future circumstances. Take a moment to research what is applicable to you.
The U.S. Department of Education recently invested $96 million in grants to provide additional financial aid specifically for minority students. This grant funding will go directly to colleges and universities to help them provide better financial support to their minority populations. To find a detailed list of these scholarships, including eligibility requirements, deadlines, and information on how to apply. For more info Click Here.
"Our Objective is to Present Viable Resources and Tools to Enhance the Quality of Life of Each and Every Resident in the Community."
Board of Directors
Harvey Brooks Motivation
& Development Foundation
503 South Water Street
Joliet, IL 60436
P 815.722.2570 HBFoundation@sbcglobal.net
F 815.722.0221 www.HBFJoliet1998.org