- All group services provided by AID staff will be suspended as of 3/18/2020 (i.e. mental health groups, Community Day Services)
- All AID locations will be closed to the general public as of 3/18/2020.
- Any AID BH client who has an appointment (psychiatric or therapy) and wishes to reschedule their appointment or arrange to receive remote services via phone or other means should call 630-966-4302.
- Any client or persons seeking services who is feeling stressed and overwhelmed should be encouraged to call the AID Crisis Line of the Fox Valley at 630-966-9393.
- All Day Programs (Thompson Center-Aurora, O’Shea Center-Elgin, the Batavia Center, Yorkville Center, all STARS Locations and the Keeler Center-Aurora) are closed until at least April 15th.
COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) RESOURCES:
Our dedicated community of supporters have already donated over $9,000!
These funds will assist AID staff working in invaluable positions; providing essential support for the individuals we serve.
Another generous supporter has pledged an additional $5,000 in matching funds!
This means any amount donated will be matched, dollar for dollar, up to $15,000!
For more information or to make a donation please visit aidcares.org/donate.
Dear AID supporter,
We are all navigating through very unusual and unsettling times. None of us has ever experienced anything quite like this before. Our Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA) homes, I-CILA homes and Behavioral Health Supervised Residential Settings are open and our Community Support Team, Crisis Line of the Fox Valley and Victims’ Services staff are working with those in a mental health crisis. Our therapists and nurses are still supporting vulnerable people. We are taking every measure within our ability to keep our clients safe. Our dedicated staff have been doing an incredible job making sure our clients continue to have food, medicine and shelter; that they remain engaged with one another and their families; are apprised of current events and are working to promote physical and emotional self-care. We have ordered extra supplies and food, and staff are assisting clients in keeping their homes disinfected.
AID cares deeply about our employees’ safety and general well-being. Most of our staff are unable to work from home, so we are offering fiscal incentives and opportunities to those working in these invaluable positions.
We have been approached by a very generous donor who has pledged to match all donations received from the community, dollar for dollar up to $10,000, for any contributions made during this very challenging and difficult period.
Knowing that your donation will be doubled, are you willing to consider a gift to AID? All contributions are greatly appreciated and tax deductible! We will continue to work around the clock to ensure the health, well-being and safety of our clients and staff. Will you help us in this vital work? Thank you for your consideration! I hope that we all come out of this to a better world. Stay Safe!
For more information, or to make a donation, please visit aidcares.org/donate.
President & CEO
“Empowering individuals for a better tomorrow since 1961”
To empower people with physical, developmental, intellectual and mental health challenges to enjoy lives of dignity and purpose
Recognized leader providing best quality outcomes for individuals served in areas of housing, employment, community integration, health promotion, recovery and crisis prevention
Since 1961, AID has served individuals with developmental, intellectual, physical and/or mental health challenges, those who have suffered a trauma and those at risk.
AID SERVICE AREA
Operating in the greater Fox Valley area and other western suburban counties, AID is a leading provider of services that address the unique needs of individuals throughout every stage of their lives.
AID PROGRAMS & SERVICES
Services provided to individuals with Developmental Disabilities include Community Living and Home Based Support.
Enhance and maintain independence in community living by focusing on community integration, volunteer opportunities, skill training and community employment.
Employment Specialists assist clients seeking jobs by providing necessary skills and guidance. The goal is to assure a good job match for employers and clients.