Are you a good friend? Become a volunteer visitor!
ORGANIZATION: Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission
Please visit the new page to apply.
We are seeking volunteers in Illinois to provide companionship and advocacy to individuals with disabilities.
Through the Volunteer Guardianship and Advocacy Program, you will be paired with an adult ward of the state who lives in your community and visit with them each month.
Many of our wards have become alienated from family over the years and don't often have friends in the area. Your presence will mean so much.
Contact us now to learn more about how you can make an impact on our clients' lives.
About Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission
160 N. LaSalle St., Suite S-500, Chicago, IL 60601, US
The Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission safeguards the rights of persons with disabilities by providing public guardianship services, legal representation and a process to investigate alledged rights violations.
The agency provides court appointed guardianship services to the mentally and physically disabled. It also investigates claims of human rights violations in residential treatment facilities and provides legal representation for the disabled.
Various Locations in BronzevilleChicago, IL 60653
September 15, 2022
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Once a month