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  • Veterans & Seniors Resources | MLP-Illinois

    VETERANS CDC Support for Veterans Resource Page COVID-19 Vaccines at Veterans Affairs Centers COVID-19 Resources for Veterans List of VA Facilities Per City in Illinois SENIORS CDC COVID-19 Recommendations for Older Adults National Council on Aging COVID-19 for Older Adults National Institute on Aging COVID-19 Resources for Older Adults City of Chicago Seniors Services COVID-19 Resources for Older Adults Agencies and Organizations Serving Seniors in Illinois Paying for Seniors Care in Illinois Caring.Com Assisted Living Resources Resources and Regulations for Assisted Living in Illinois Assisted Living Facilities Per City in Illinois Veterans & Seniors Resources ©2022 by MLP-Illinois. Sponsored by Loyola's Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

  • MLP Events | MLP-Illinois

    Upcoming Events State of Chicago Evictions: Transforming Eviction Court Lawyers Committee for Better Housing July 18, 9-10:30am Join LCBH and other housing justice advocates on July 18th for a hybrid panel discussion moderated by Connie A. Wright about the dramatic changes in Chicago�s eviction courtrooms, including free legal representation and Emergency Rental Assistance for low-income tenants. Learn how these initiatives are part of a nationwide Right to Counsel movement to provide tenants facing eviction greater access to justice. Attend our State of Chicago Evictions Townhall in person at Impact House Chicago, 200 W Madison St., or virtually via Zoom. View More Early Resolution Program Training Chicago Volunteer Legal Services July 19, 1:15-2:15PM CVLS is training and supporting volunteer attorneys to help small landlords who can�t pay their bills without rent �people who have been financially devastated by the pandemic. Trained volunteers will be matched with appropriate clients for legal advice, including information about alternatives to litigation such as rental assistance, mediation, and repayment plans. Volunteers will also be able to represent clients in Zoom mediation sessions, and if necessary, prepare settlement agreements or court documents. View More Guardian Ad Litem for Minors Training Chicago Volunteer Legal Services July 25, 12-2:00pm Debi Martin, Supervising Attorney in CVLS� Guardian ad Litem for Minors program, will cover the skills required to be a successful GAL for a minor as well as the issues that may come up during the case. This training is for licensed attorneys interested in working as pro bono Guardians ad Litem for children through CVLS. No prior experience is necessary. View More DuPage County Expungement Clinic Prairie State Legal Services July 15, 9am-3pm The DuPage County Expungement Clinic will provide free legal assistance to individuals seeking to clear their criminal records. Volunteer attorneys will consult with you on your available options, prepare the documents to request an expungement or sealing of your eligible records, and give you some guidance on the process from start to finish. Location: DuPage County: Administration Building, 421 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois 60187 View More Lawyers in the Library at the Freeport Public Library Prairie State Legal Services July 18, 2-4pm Join us for Lawyers in the Library at the Freeport Public Library, 100 E Douglas St, Freeport, IL 61032. Call 815-965-2902 and press the option for current clients to make an appointment. Walk-ins will be seen as time allows. Eligibility screenings are required for all applicants. View More Disability Rights training Equip for Equality July 26, 9:30-11am Speaker(s): Rachel Arfa, Commissioner for the City of Chicago Mayor�s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD). Topic: Commissioner Arfa will discuss the work of MOPD, its current initiatives and future priorities. CLE Hours: 1.5 View More Stronger Together Conference Illinois Association of Medicaid Health Plans September 25-27 The IAMHP Annual Conference brings together Medicaid Providers, Managed Care Organizations, State Legislators and Business Vendors to actively discuss ways to bring value to Medicaid members across the state. View More Putting Care at the Center: Elevating behavioral health in whole-person care. Camden Coalition Boston, MA, November 1-3 Putting Care at the Center is the annual conference of the Camden Coalition�s National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs initiative. It provides an opportunity for the national complex care community to learn, network, and create a shared agenda for the growing field of complex care. Scholarships avaialble to help people attend the conference. View More ​ ​ ​ ​ View More ​ ​ ​ ​ View More ​ ​ ​ ​ View More ​ ​ ​ ​ View More Past Events MLP Illinois Inaugural Speaker Series MLP Illinois hosted it's first annual Speaker Series July 25, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. We were honored to hear from Dr. Ngozi Ezike, Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) about how medical-legal partnerships can use IDPH as a rich data source for potential research, publications, and collaborations. ​ Our next speaker series is scheduled for Spring/Summer of 2020 in Springfield, Illinois. ©2022 by MLP-Illinois. Sponsored by Loyola's Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

  • Unemployment & Workers Rights | MLP-Illinois

    U.S Department of Labor COVID-19 Resources Illinois Department of Employment and Security Illinois Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity Workforce Development Illinois.gov Employment Opportunities Remote Jobs, Companies & Work Resources Illinois Workers Compensation Commission Resources for Employees How to File A Workers Compensation Claim Work, COVID-19, and the Law FAQs Legal Aid Chicago Paid Sick Leave FAQs Legal Aid Chicago Illinois Unemployment Benefits FAQs FAQs on Unemployment Insurance & Benefits Unemployment & Workers' Rights ©2022 by MLP-Illinois. Sponsored by Loyola's Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

  • Food Access | MLP-Illinois

    USDA Food and Nutrition Services COVID-19 Response Page USDA Find Meals for Kids When Schools are Closed Northern Illinois Food Bank COVID-19 Resource Page SNAP Contact Form for help with application or questions, Mobile Market Finder and Distribution Calendar Food Banks in Illinois Donating Free Meals and Food List of Food Pantries in Illinois According To City Illinois: COVID-19 Waivers & Flexibilities Related to SNAP, Child Nutrition, WIC and USDA Food Programs Emergency SNAP Benefits | SNAP Eligibility Calculator Illinois Emergency Food Program (EFP) Greater Chicago Food Depository COVID-19 Resources Chicago Public Schools Grab and Go Meal Sites Fuel Up to Play 60 Funding & Resources for K12 Schools and Educators No Kid Hungry Free Meals Finder, School Meals, Nutrition Classes, Grants and Early Childhood Services Food Resources ©2022 by MLP-Illinois. Sponsored by Loyola's Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

  • MLP Opportunities | MLP-Illinois

    Grants & Funding Opportunities FUNDER TYPE OF FUNDING AMOUNT DUE DATE GUIDELINES/PROCESS CONTACT Polk Bros Foundation Polk Bros invests in programs focusing on strong communities, strong families, education, health, arts access and learning, enhanced capacity, and strategic collaborations. $25,000 to $500,000 October 1st, January 6, April 1st or July 1st. 501c3 organization. Complete eligibility checklist online. 312.527.4684 │ info@polkbrosfdn.org Chicago Bar Foundation CBF offers various types of grants relating to organizational support, special projects such as court-based initiatives, and small discretionary grants. $12,500 to $55,000 N/A. Discretionary grants awarded on a rolling basis N/A mmacbride@chicagobarfoundation.org. Illinois Equal Justice Foundation IEJF provides grants to civil legal aid programs addressing biggest areas of need across IL, including family law, housing and access to government benefits. $15,000 to $900,000 28-Jul-23 IL 501c3 serving low-income people (150% below FPL) free of charge or on a sliding scale. tnewkirk@iejf.org | (312) 546-6086 Lloyd A. Fry Foundation The foundation supports projects focused on health, education, employment and arts learning programs. $20,000 to $100,000 June 1, September 1, December 1 or and March 1. www.fryfoundation.org/contact/ Community Memorial Foundation CMF seeks to create healthier communities by funding organizations serving the needs of underserved communities. N/A Submit an LOI by 08/15 and grant proposal by 09/ 15. 501c3 serving undeserved populations in one of the 27 communities of western Cook and southeastern DuPage counties. administration@cmfdn.org Public Welfare Foundation PWF primarily funds organizations involved in initiatives to improve the criminal justice system, mass incarceration and community violence. Also funds special projects related to civil legal aid. $20,000 to $1,000,000 Application currently closed. Check back in Fall 2023 501c3 with programs on criminal justice reform and mass incarceration reduction. info@publicwelfare.org Chicago Community Trust CCT seeks to close the racial and ethnic wealth gap by sourcing and funding good ideas through open call applications. Up to $250,000 Ideas can be submitted at any time. Full application is by invite only. 501c3 focused on dis-invested, black and Latin X communities in Cook County. Technical questions: grants@cct.org. Funding questions: mdavidson@cct.org. The Awesome Foundation The foundation funds projects that will contribute to improving the Chicagoland community. $1,000 Application is available throughout the year. Projects funded relate to arts, technology, and community development initiatives. contact@awesomefoundation.org Robert Wood Johnson Foundation The foundation seeks proposals primed to impact health equity moving forward. $5,000 to $2,000,000 Proposals accepted all year round 501c3 organization. Proposals will be evaluated on the strength of health equity, strength of insight and strength of idea. pioneeringideas@rwjf.org Cook County Community Fund CCCF awards grants to meet the needs of communities in areas of arts, community development, education, environment, human services and youth. $1,000 to $5,000 Application open from March 1-April 3, 2023 IL 501c3 serving Cook County. 218.726.0232 | www.dsacommunityfoundation.org/contact/ Impact 100 Chicago Impact 100 funds projects addressing needs or having a high impact within an organization or served population. N/A N//A 501c3 in operation for at least 36 months, submit a LOI, and operate in the Chicagoland area. outreach@impact100chicago.org Level for Change: Yield Giving Open Call Yield Giving supports organizations providing access to health care, housing, education and job training, employment, asset ownership, and civic engagement. $1,000,000 Must register by May 5 and submit application by June 12, 2023 Refer to the Open Call rules to help determine eligibility. info@leverforchange.org American Heart Association (Social Impact Fund & Bernard J Tyson Fund) AHA invests in initiatives focusing on access to health and healthcare, food security, and economic resiliency and poverty reduction. The Tyson Fund supports programs addressing health equity. N/A N/A N/A socialimpactfund@heart.org Lawyers Trust Fund LTF supports organizations that provide legal aid services free of charge to low-income families and individuals residing in IL. $35,000 to $2,000,000 Sep-22 IL 501c3 serve low-income residents for free and employing at least one paid FT staff attorney. mark@ltf.org | david@ltf.org ©2022 by MLP-Illinois. Sponsored by Loyola's Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

  • Resources | MLP-Illinois

    CENTRO DE RECURSOS Haga clic en los enlaces a continuación para acceder a diferentes recursos. Recursos públicos Haga clic en el enlace a continuación para acceder a varios recursos públicos Haga clic aquí Mapa de Illinois MLP Haga clic en el enlace a continuación para acceder a un mapa de asociaciones médico-legales en Illinois Haga clic aquí

  • Legal Resources | MLP-Illinois

    CDC Emergency Preparedness for Public Health Law Professionals Public Health Law News CDC Resources for Attorneys Working on COVID-19 The Network for Public Health Law - COVID-19 Resources National Health Law Program COVID-19 Resources Medicaid, Immigration and Xenophobia, Communities of Color, Prescription Drugs, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorder, Disability, Due Process, and Medicaid Eligibility and Enrollment American Health Lawyers Association COVID-19 Hub Illinois Legal Aid Online Legal issues During COVID-19 Illinois Attorney COVID-19 and Other Resources Orders of Protection, Court Updates, Consumer & Student Loans, Relief for Homeowners and Renters IL State Bar Association COVID-19 Information & Resources CARPLS COVID-19 Legal Resources Duke Law Library Covid-19 Resources Legal Resources ©2022 by MLP-Illinois. Sponsored by Loyola's Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

  • Transport Resources | MLP-Illinois

    U.S. Dept. of Transportation Coronavirus Resources NADTC COVID-19 Transportation Regional Transportation Authority Free Permits and Ride Programs Illinois Department on Aging Ride Free Transit Benefit Affordable Senior Transportation Options City of Chicago Senior Transportation Programs Lyft COVID-19 Vaccine Ride Program Uber COVID-19 Vaccine Ride Program Transportation Resources ©2022 by MLP-Illinois. Sponsored by Loyola's Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

  • Member Discussion Forum | MLP-Illinois

    Para ver esto en acción, dirígete a tu sitio ya publicado. Categorías Todas las entradas Mis entradas Inicia sesión/ Regístrate Members Discussion Forum This is the place to connect with other members. Explore all the discussions the forum offers! Crear nueva entrada MLP Discussions Seguir Vistas Entradas 3 Share stories, ideas, pictures and more! Job Postings Seguir Vistas Entradas 0 Please post any upcoming career and/or volunteer opportunities for other members Forum - Frameless

  • TEST TEST HOME | MLP-Illinois

    Flock. Shop Lighting SS2023 MY STORY We all have a story to share. Here's an opportunity to tell website visitors more about you and how this site came to be. Click to begin editing and make it your own. Heading 3 SERVICE NAME Describe the key features of the service and how users can benefit from it. SERVICE NAME Describe the key features of the service and how users can benefit from it. SERVICE NAME Describe the key features of the service and how users can benefit from it. I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy. Learn more Heading 4 Aún no hay ninguna entrada publicada en este idioma Una vez que se publiquen entradas, las verás aquí. Contact Us First name Last name Email Write a message Email Phone Submit Thanks for submitting! Olivia Walker Editor in Chief Dan Mitchell Assistant Manager Tess Andersen Art Director Noah Patterson Programming Editor Accept applications all year round. Submit applications by Octover 1st, January 6, April 1st or July 1st. This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All N/A. Discretionary grants awarded on a rolling basis This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All 28-Jul-23 This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All Proposal deadlines: June 1 (arts learning, education and employment), September 1 (arts learning, employment and health), December 1 (education, employment and health) and March 1 (arts learning, education and health). This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All Submit an LOI if org has never received a grant from this foundation or intends to request more than $25,000. 08/15 is the deadline for LOI. Grant proposals to be submitted by 09/ 15. This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All Application currently closed. Check back in Fall 2023 This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All Ideas can be submitted at any time, but the full application is by invite only. This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All Application is available throughout the year. The foundation reviews application on the 4th Tuesday of every month and responds to applications 2-6 weeks after submission. This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All Proposals accepted all year round This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All Application open from March 1-April 3, 2023 This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All N//A This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All Interested orgs must register by May 5 and may proceed to submit completed applications by June 12, 2023 This Is a Title Edit this paragraph to add any content you would iike to share about your company or service. Read All Profile Pic Candidate Applied # of Positions Email Robert Zanny 12/16 2 robert@gmail.com Dana Marks 09/16 1 dana@gmail.com Robert Zanny 10/15 3 betty@gmail.com

  • old job board | MLP-Illinois

    MLP Job Opportunities Organization Job Title Position Description CJE Senior Life Part-time Legal Services Staff Attorney CJE offer free legal services to older adults and their caregivers, including consultation, advice, referrals, and document drafting. Seeking a part-time attorney to work with older adults in Chicago, focusing on advanced care planning and financial security and conducting training on legal rights and services for low-income individuals. www.cje.net/about-us/careers-cje Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing Supervising Housing Attorney Supervisory Attorney will supervise the litigation and all other work of approximately four staff attorneys in the Cook County Legal Aid for Housing and Debt Early Resolution Program (ERP) and the City of Chicago Right to Counsel (RTC) Pilot Project. www.lcbh.org/about-us/#jobs-and-internships Land of Lincoln Legal Aid Staff Attorney- Legal Advice and Referal Center Hotline The staff attorney in this position will screen callers and conduct phone interview in a wide range of substantive areas of law, including housing, consumer, family, and public benefits. The attorney will provide advice to eligible callers. In some instance, the staff attorney may conduct brief services in the areas of consumer law and sealing and expungement of criminal records. www.lincolnlegal.org/careers/ Prairie State Legal Services Staff Attorney Staff attorney will provide a wide-range of legal services to some of the most vulnerable members of our communities, including low-income individuals, older adults, veterans, and people with disabilities. www.pslegal.org/Jobs Prairie State Legal Services Staff Attorney - Housing Stability Project PSLS staff will primarily represent tenants being wrongfully evicted or terminated from private or subsidized housing. Staff may also be involved in filing lawsuits to address habitability or serious health and safety issues within rental housing. In addition to litigation, the staff will help prepare and distribute legal resources, hold presentations, work with local agencies and courts to establish coordinated eviction responses, and review and respond to updated rules related to evictions and rental assistance programs. www.pslegal.org/Jobs Legal Council for Health Justice Legal Advocate- Children's Medical-Legal Partnership The legal advocate will work with a staff attorney to do outreach and intake, and handle legal matters under the supervision of the staff attorney for patients served by the children’s hospital. www.legalcouncil.org/work-with-us/ Legal Council for Health Justice Staff Attorney- Children and Families MLP The attorney will work to remove legal barriers to accessing healthcare and other related services by counseling and representing clients with health-harming legal needs. The attorney will handle legal issues including eligibility for public benefits, access to healthcare and health insurance, special education needs, and Social Security benefits. www.legalcouncil.org/work-with-us/ Legal Aid Chicago Staff Attorney - Public Benefits The Public Benefits Practice Group challenges wrongful denials, terminations, calculations, overpayments, and sanctions concerning benefits from the IDHS. The group also challenges wrongful denials, terminations, and overpayments concerning benefits from the SSA including SSI and SSDI benefits. www.legalaidchicago.org/get-involved/work-with-us/ Page 1 of 1 ©2022 by MLP-Illinois. Sponsored by Loyola's Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

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