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ORGANIZATION: Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission

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The Guardianship and Advocacy Commission protects the rights of people with disabilities through and adult guardianship program, legal advocacy and human rights investigations. Your help is needed to support this organization's efforts. Specifically, a clerical volunteer to help manage the agency's files in the Peoria office in needed. Please consider sharing your time and assistance and become a part of this agency. Help make a positive impact on the lives of persons with disabilities.

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About Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission


160 N. LaSalle St., Suite S-500, Chicago, IL 60601, US

Mission Statement

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.


Advocacy & Human Rights
People with Disabilities
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, People with Disabilities


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Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission401 Main Street, Suite 610Peoria, IL 61602



  • Office Reception
  • Office Management




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 2 to 4 hours per week
  • application and interview process

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