Health insurance for parents who meet eligibility requirements, pregnant women, and children through age 18.
Medical assistance to residents of Rock Island County. Medicaid is available to qualifying families with children (through the Family Health Plans), or qualifying individuals who are 65 years of age or older, blind, or disabled (through the Aid to the Aged, Blind, or Disabled program); and the Affordable Care Act.
Federal nutrition program administered by the Illinois Department of Human Services. SNAP assistance help raise the nutritional levels of low-income households. Both families with children and individuals may qualify for this program.
Financial and/or medical assistance to families residing in Rock Island County, who have children. Pregnant women and their spouses may also be eligible for this program.
Structured job search and unpaid work experience as well as support services that include childcare, transportation, and initial employment expense assistance.
Provides low-income, working families with access to affordable, quality child care. Help families pay for care in center-based or home settings. Families are required to cost-share on a sliding scale based on family size and income.
Aassistance to custodial and non-custodial parents by establishing paternity and establishing, enforcing, and modifying child support obligations to strengthen families emotionally and financially.