Public Benefits Access
IFRP is to ensure that low-income immigrant families and other limited-English speaking persons are able to thrive by reducing barriers when seeking public benefits (nutritional, medical, housing, psychological, childcare, employment), as well as the cash support they need for proper health, well-being, and economic self-sufficiency.
Through a network of 37 ethnic community-based organizations operating in 59 different languages across Illinois, communities are provided equal access to health and safety-net services.
WIC outreach and information through partner organizations to community members to access quality nutrition services for all eligible mothers and young Children
Access to State-Fundeda Public Benefits in Illinois for Survivors, Based on Immigration Status
By: Daniel Enos, Monica Bates, Faiza Chappell, and Leslye E. Orloffc April 26, 2019