Each blue underlined heading is a link, click and it will take you to the website for that organization
Federal Government Agencies
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
elder abuse or exploitation
State of Illinois Programs
DuPage County Senior Services
IL Attorney General – Lisa Madigan
Low Income Phone Service
[Title 4 ADA means these phones are free]
Sheriff's Cell Link Program
Milton Township Senior Residential Homestead Exemption
Milton Township Senior Assessment Freeze
National Eye Institute (NIH)
Pace (Suburban Division of the RTA)
Milton Township S.A.L.T.
Public Library programs/services offered by Wheaton (and Glen Ellyn has many of the same services). Programs, training and workshops are open to all regardless if you are a card holder or not. Anything regrading removing items from the library does require a library card.
Visually Impaired Assists:
Large Type Books
CCTV Magnifier increases size of print up to 50x
SARA - Scanning and Reading Appliance reads books aloud
Front desk pick up of requested items
Homebound / Nursing home delivery service
Illinois Talking Books
The DuPage Homeownership Center will be a leader and a resource in educating and empowering individuals to be successful homeowners through the use of innovative programming and partnerships. Among other resources are financial fitness guides and access to financial fitness coaches.
Credit Card Fraud: Report any incidents to any of the three agencies (they now share a common database)
ID Theft: report ID theft to the Federal Trade Commission
They have counselors to help resolve financial and other problems from this crime.
Free Credit Report:
1 report annually, to check for accuracy and fraud.
Special Programming for Plus 50 Community Members
Many adults ages 50 and over are choosing to return to the workforce, change careers or explore academic study. College of DuPage Continuing Education has developed a series of streamlined classes in the following areas: computer skills, career search, volunteerism and self-discovery.
Our Plus 50 instructors design these courses with the rich experiences and varied skills of adult learners in mind. Learning is directed toward the tools and skills necessary for a Plus 50 student's next step. Most courses are offered at special prices and are scheduled with an adult's busy schedule in mind.
Launched by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF), VOTE411.org is a "one-stop-shop" for election related information. It provides nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information on aspects of the election process.