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MOPD's Information and Referral staff assist people with disabilities in making more effective use of the health, education, training, economic and social resources available to them. A major component of Information and Referral is the identification of and distribution of resources. Services are provided to people with disabilities, social service professionals, educators, and the general public.
For more information please contact MOPD at 311 (voice/TTY) or email MOPDResources@cityofchicago.org.
Typical services that the Information and Referral staff provide include:
Call MOPD at 311 (voice/TTY) or email MOPDResources@cityofchicago.org for more information. The Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities can offer homemaker services (for a dollar an hour), assistive technology, home delivered meals and case management for people with disabilities living in the City of Chicago who is not receiving services from DHS’s Division of Rehabilitation Services and are under the age of 60.