The Community Career Center has partnered with other local non-profit organizations.  If you are a CCC member and have a specific need, please speak to a staff member and we will get you connected with the appropriate non-profit.

Breaking Free – 630-897-1003   Screening, assessment and counseling services for adolescents and adults involved in substance abuse.

Donka, INC. – 630-665-8169   Provides assistance to those with physical disabilities achieve goals and learn skills towards independence through computers and adaptive technology.

DuPage P.A.D.S., INC. – 630-682-3846    Provides public assistance to deliver shelter for the homeless.

Families Helping Families – 630-355-1043   Provides apartments and volunteer mentors to homeless families in DuPage County while they are working to reclaim their lives through educationM

Lisle Township Spouse Support Group - 630-968-1880, ext 13 Unemployment is traumatic.  If you are unemployed and your spouse would like assistance during this trauma, the Spouse Support group will assist coping with stress; positive motivation of a loved one; venting feelings; support and listening; anger management; or dealing with difficulties of unemployment. These services are free and open to the public.  Call for appointment.  Facilitated by: Joy McGuire-Dooley

Loaves and Fishes Community Services – 630-355-3663 Provides food and leadership in the community by uniting and mobilizing resources to empower people to be self-sufficient.

Mutual Ground – 630-897-0084  Provides services in southern Kane County and Kendall County for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.

360 Youth Services – 630-961-2992   Prevention, education, counseling and shelter services for youth and families in DuPage County.

People’s Resource Center - 630-682-5401   Provides low-income DuPage County residents meet their basic needs by providing food, clothing, and rental assistance. In addition, the PRC helps to break the cycle of poverty with programs like English as a Second Language (ESL)/adult literacy, computer literacy training and access, and an art community for women called Women’s Wisdom.

Project H.E.L.P. –  (630) 357-5683  Provides parents with the tools needed to raise children in a healthy, nurturing environment.