Immigration Services Specialist Maurisio Martinez explains, “The purpose of IFRP is to inform those in the community about services and eligibility requirements of IDHS programs such as All Kids, WIC, SNAP, SSI, Medicaid and other state assistance programs. IFRP is a great source for all families to get the assistance they may require.”
IFRP is a partnership between ICRR (Illinois Coalition for Immigrants and Refugees Rights), IDHS (Illinois Department of Human Services) and CBO (Community Based Organizations).
The Spanish Community Center will help individuals who need assistance in one of those programs to fill out the necessary online applications through a personalized one-on-one meeting.
Visit us at 309 N Eastern Ave, Joliet, IL 60432 or call us at (815) 727-3683 for more information.