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Healthcare Resources

Illinois and our local city, township, and county municipalities provide a number of resources with healthcare. Please contact the below organizations directly for more details on their services, and feel free to contact us if you we can help you navigate any of these resources.


If you know of any other resources we should add, please let us know us know by contacting us at

County Health Departments

These health departments offer a wide variety of services to their residents, such as information on COVID-19, behavioral health services, eye exams, addiction services, and more! 

Mental Health Resources

The Illinois Department of Health Services has a page that includes a wide variety of resources for mental health. It includes items such as crisis numbers, housing, and school-based mental health. To make use of these resources, visit this page:

Connect for Life

This program is aimed at Naperville residents who are struggling with addiction. For more information, please go to their website.​

Disability Services by City

Naperville and Warrenville both have pages with a variety of resources, including support services, for people with disabilities. Not all of their resources are for one specific city, so take a look at both!

In addition, the Valley View School District website also has a list of resources, that are not all limited to students or people who live in their district (

Almost Home Kids

Almost Home Kids is an organization that helps children and their families transition from hospital to home. Please visit their site to learn more about what they do:

Healthcare-related Legislative Highlights

Legislation from 41st District


  • HB2550 Allows college students to have access to telehealth across state lines

  • HB3924 Required education in schools on fentanyl

  • HB3926 Requires school districts to have opioid antagonists

  • HB3932 Requires school districts to have allergy safety instruction


  • HB1778 Student ID Suicide Prevention Information

  • HB1462 Creates Prescription Drug Affordability Act

  • HB3445 Alex's Law Opioid overdose prevention

  • HB3660 Hospital/nursing staffing plan

  • SB1854 Insurance coverage for A1C testing (diabetes) and Vitamin D testing

Legislation Passed Into Law

To view the legislative highlights of a specific year, please click on the associated year below.

  • HB0579 Illinois Health Benefits Exchange

  • HB2189 Insulin copays capped at $35

  • HB2296 Allows the Department of Insurance to reject unreasonable rate increases

  • HB2443 Insurance coverage for hearing aids

    • Updates HB4516 from the 100th GA this one deletes language repealing provisions concerning optional coverage or optional reimbursement. 

  • HB2719 Fair patient billing for the uninsured

  • HB2847 Mental Health and Wellness Act

  • HB3639 Insurance copay for epi-pens set to $60

  • HB3957 Prevents price gouging of generic drugs

  • SB0250 Budget

    • $450 million over multiple years to grow the healthcare workforce

    • $25 million for increases in reimbursement rates

    • $18 million to support reproductive health initiatives

    • $53.5 million to overhaul the Department of Public Health’s disease monitoring infrastructure and to prepare for future public health emergencies

    • $22.8 million in funding to begin implementing the state’s Children’s Behavioral Health Transformation Initiative

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