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Aging & Disability Resource Network (ADRN)

Aging & Disability Resource Network (ADRN)

Our office remains closed to the public, however we are still help you — Call us today!

As a designated ADRN site, Solutions for Care (SFC) provides up to date information and quality referrals to individuals with disabilities ages 18-59, older adults, and their family members. ADRN also offers the Senior Health Assistance Program (SHAP) which connects our clients with state and federal programs such as:

  • Benefits Access Application (RTA Senior Ride Free Program & Reduced Cost Vehicle Registration)

  • Medicaid

  • SNAP

  • Medicare Savings Program (MSP)

  • Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (PDP)

  • Low income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) – TUESDAY 9am—3pm

  • Senior Tax Freeze

  • Extra Help

  • Lifelink/Safelink

  • Options Counseling

ADRN conducts services over the phone until further notice.  Please call us for over the phone appointment or for additional information. 

Call us at (708) 447-2448 for English Ext: 127 and Spanish Ext. 110. 

A staff member will return your call from a 630 number.


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What you need at your appointment:

What you need at your appointment:

Medicaid or SNAP

  • State ID or Drivers License
  • Social Security Card
  • Medicare Card
  • Proof of Income:
— Social Security benefits
— Pension
— Wages
  • Most recent utility bills

— Water, Gas/Heat, Electric

  • Property Tax
  • Mortgage Statement
  • Rent receipt or rental lease
  • Bank Statements for last 3 months
  • Paid/unpaid medical expenses for the last 3 months
— Prescription co-pays
— Insurance Premiums
— Dental
— Vision
— Chiropractic
  • Prepaid Burial Information

Benefits Access Application

  • State ID or Drivers License
  • Social Security Care
  • Previous years income


  • Social Security Card for all household members
  • Proof of monthly income
  • Most recent gas/electric bills

Extra Help

  • State ID or Drivers License
  • Social Security Card
  • Proof of monthly income
  • Assets (checking, savings, CDs, etc.)

Medicare Savings Program

  • State ID or Drivers License
  • Social Security Card
  • Proof of monthly income
  • Assets (checking, savings, CDs, etc.)


  • State ID or Drivers License
  • Social Security Card
  • Proof of income or Proof of program participation

Medicare Part D (Prescription Drug Plan)

  • State ID or Drivers License
  • Social Security Card
  • Medicare Card
  • List of all current prescribe medications

*Additional documents may be needed to complete applications and may be requested during your appointment.  PLEASE NOTE: Documents will need to be mailed or emailed.


LIHEAP applications will be taken on the phone until further notice. All LIHEAP applications will be conducted 1 day a week on Tuesday from 9am until 3pm.


Direct Vendor Payment (DVP)/Reconnection Assistance (RA)/Cash Assistance

Size of Household LIHEAP
1 $1,518
2 $2,058
3 $2,598
4 $3,138
5 $3,678
6 $4,218


  • Proof of current 30-day gross income from all household members.

  • Copy of most recent heat and electric bills if you pay for your home energy directly. (Must provide entire bill)

  • Proof of Social Security Numbers of all household members (Hard-copy of Social Security cards, print-out from the Social Security Administration or any other form of government-issued identification that shows both name and Social Security number.)

  • Medical Eligibility Card, if applicable.

Must have all the required documents to apply.  Copies can be mailed to CEDA or emailed to the local site, if applicable.  You may contact Solutions for Care for additional information and we will call you
back from a 630 number.

Solutions for Care

Phone: (708) 447-2448 for English Ext: 127 or Spanish Ext: 110

This document is prepared and printed with Federal Older Americans Act, State of Illinois General revenue and SFC funds. The Illinois Department on Aging and Age Options are recognized for their support of SFC. Neither is responsible for the contents of this document. SFC does not discriminate in admission to programs or activities in compliance with appropriate State and Federal status. If you feel you have been discriminated against you have the right to file a complaint with the Illinois Department on Aging.

For more information call (708) 524-1653 (TTY) or SFC (708) 447-2448