Creating Circles of Support for People with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Their Families

Community Support Services is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families. CSS fosters independence by helping those we serve recognize their own abilities and envision a brighter future. Then, we help them achieve it. Whether we’re providing in-home assistance to families in need or helping young adults find and transition into jobs, our services help keep our communities strong and our families empowered.

Our site is designed to be fun, informative and useful--another resource in our circle of support. Please click around and enjoy your stay.

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Call for Advocacy

The State of Illinois has a 2.5 billion dollar deficit for fiscal year 2015. 

Service for the intellectual/development disability community will lose $189 million in funding impacting 25,000 individuals. 

Click here to help advocate for continued State revenue to support CSS programs and services.

Click here to view CSS family video for Legislators.



Click here to read the
CSS 2012 Annual Report

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Services' Chicago Canine Club