Please call 630-257-2522 with any questions or if you are in need of assistance
In An Emergency Call 911
Non-Parishable Food/Supply donations can be left in the vestibule between the doors at 1115 Warner Ave., Lemont 24/7. Please make Food Pantry Support Checks out to Lemont Food Pantry (They can be mailed Directly to the pantries or if left at the Township Office and we will forward them.)
Please Note: Pace Bus Dial A Ride Services are Limited at this time
The Human Services Department is committed to improving the welfare of Lemont Township residents by administering local assistance during hardships or emergency crisis situations. If you or someone you know is facing a financial crisis at this time, please contact the Lemont Township to see if we can help.
We work as a liaison with the Lemont Open Food Pantries, Lemont Police Department, Pathlights formally known as PLOWS Council on Aging, Salvation Army, The Community Service Council, Lemont Lions Club, Lemont Knights of Columbus, Lemont Junior Women’s Club, CNNSSA (Community Nutrition Network and Senior Services Association, AARP, Age Options, CEDA (Community and Economic Development Association) GAP (General Assistance Providers), Secretary of State, Cook County Sheriff, Lemont Park District, and Lemont S.A.L.T. (Seniors And Law enforcement Together) as well as School District 113a and School District 210.
We also help provide resources and referrals to residents to enable an independent lifestyle. Through our VanPool program, we schedule rides for medical appointments that provide transportation for seniors and the disabled to locations outside the Lemont Township boundaries. This program is available through the generosity of our wonderful volunteer drivers, so it is requested that we have at least 48 hours advance notice of any upcoming ride requests.
Stephanie Covarrubias Human Service Director