• Who you are calling
    The Illinois Department of Human Services Domestic Violence Helpline provides a toll free, confidential, multilingual (over 100 languages), and 24-hour live support.
  • What to expect
    The helpline services provides support, information, referral, counseling, safety planning, legal advocacy, children's services, temporary food and housing, teaching people about domestic violence and problems that come with domestic violence, reaching out to people who are victims of domestic violence, teaching people domestic violence is NOT OK, teaching youth in school how to identify and avoid domestic violence like what is domestic violence and what can be done to avoid it, and working with police and law enforcement to better protect victims and their families.
  • Who you are calling
    The National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) Chicago’s free HelpLine provides support to persons living with mental illness, family members and professionals seeking information.
  • What to expect
    A caller can expect non-judgemental, confidential assistance and support. HelpLine staff and volunteers have experience living with a mental health condition or providing care and support to a family member with a condition.
  • Who you are calling
    The Illinois Department of Human Services/Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (IDHS/DASA) free helpline open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for opioids and other substances.
  • What to expect
    The helpline provides a confidential outlet for individuals, their families and anyone affected and provides specialists that are trained in evidence-based approaches to help connect callers with treatment and recovery-support services, assist callers with eligibility and insurance enrollment resources.