Find St. Clair County Illinois social services and programs related to public assistance. Public assistance is provided by Food Stamp Offices, Medicaid Offices, Social Security Offices, WIC Offices, and Housing Authorities.
A Food Stamp Office is a government office at the local level that provides nutritional assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). SNAP benefits are available to income-eligible households in order to reduce food insecurity and poverty by supplementing the food purchasing power of the household. A Food Stamp Office can assist eligible families in enrolling for SNAP benefits and receiving nutritional assistance benefits. These food assistance benefits include a monthly stipend to purchase household food items or plants and seeds to grow food.
St Clair County East St Louis Department of Human Services Family Community Resource Center Food Stamp Office 225 North 9th Street East Saint Louis IL 62201 618-583-2300
A Housing Authority is a government office at the state, county, or local level that provides housing assistance and support to income-eligible people. Housing Authorities offer a range of services, including rental assistance, access to long-term low-income rental housing, and housing support. Housing Authorities often provide additional support services to tenants, including education and job training, access to healthcare services, and other social services.
East St Louis Housing Authority 2901 Waverly Avenue East Saint Louis IL 62204 618-874-6401
Saint Clair County Housing Authority 306 Estate Drive O'Fallon IL 62269 618-622-6168
Saint Clair County Housing Authority 115 North 47th Street Belleville IL 62226 618-257-0011
Saint Clair County Housing Authority 512 South 6th Street Brooklyn IL 62059 618-875-5039
St Clair County Housing Authority 500 Hinckley Street East Saint Louis IL 62207 618-337-7851
St Clair Housing Authority 1790 South 74th Street Belleville IL 62223 618-277-1806
A Social Security Office is a local branch of the federal Social Security Administration, which provides financial support to elderly people, surviving family members, and people with disabilities. Social Security Offices provide services including stipends to retired workers as well as low-income individuals and people with disabilities. Social Security Offices provide assistance in enrolling for Social Security benefits, receiving Social Security benefits, and planning for retirement needs.
Belleville Social Security Office 1670 Lebanon Avenue Belleville IL 62221 877-405-0471
East St Louis Social Security Office 650 Missouri Avenue East Saint Louis IL 62201 618-482-9110
A WIC Office is an office run by the state, county, or local government that provides support to women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, infants, and children. WIC stands for Women, Infants, and Children. WIC is a supplemental food program, and in addition to nutritional assistance, WIC Offices provide additional benefits including health screenings, nutrition and health education, breastfeeding promotion and support, and help getting other social services. WIC Offices provide services to income-eligible families who require food assistance.
Cahokia East Side Health District WIC Office 1274 Camp Jackson Road Cahokia IL 62206 618-337-4178
Fairmont East Side Health District WIC Office 2568 North 41st Street East Saint Louis IL 62201 618-271-7550
St Clair County Health Department WIC Office 19 Public Square Belleville IL 62220 618-233-6170
St Louis East Side Health District WIC Office 638 North 20th Street East Saint Louis IL 62205 618-874-4713
Washington Park East Side Health District WIC Office 5540 Bunkum Road East Saint Louis IL 62204 618-874-4627