Letter: Check out the Kane County Guide

By on May 16, 2013

As a volunteer with several organizations within Kane County, I constantly hear of people with needs in the community for social, health, human services and safety. The Kane County Guide provides a “one-stop shopping” listing for these needs. The Kane County Guide is one of the best-kept secrets in this county.

Even some of the social service agencies in Kane County are unaware of this listing and resources. The Kane County Guide is easily accessible on the Internet by visiting www.kanecountyguide.org and using a searchable keyword to find your contact information. Basic needs like food, shelter, legal services, drug and alcohol treatment, employment support and childcare, along with physical/mental and health care, are in the Kane County Guide.

The information is free and confidential. The current listings in the Kane County Guide are updated annually. New listings are added weekly.

If you’re looking for any of the above needs, go to the Kane County Guide website and find the information and assistance you’ve been looking for. The information is at your fingertips.

Norm Turner
Campton Hills

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