* Home modifications

    - (ramps, bathroom grab bars, etc.)
* Adaptive Equipment
* Telephone
* Security Deposits
* Furniture and appliances
* Household supplies
* And More

Reintegration

What is Homecoming ?

Who is Eligible for Homecoming?

Who Will Help You? 

Illinois residents between the ages of 18 and 59 who have been living in a nursing facility for 90 days or longer. Individuals must also be Medicaid recipients, or Medicaid eligible to qualify.

* Assistance in developing a relocation plan to transition from nursing      home to community living.
* Identify necessary community supports for successful relocation to        community living of your choice, such as affordable housing, personal    care attendants, home health aids or adaptive devices.
* Funds for relocation expenses.
* Information and Referral, Advocacy, Peer Support and Skills Training      as needed.

Allowable Expenses Include the Following:

Persons with disabilities are able to receive assistance with transitioning back into the community after living in a nursing home or institution.

For more information please call the center at (309) 793-0090

What Help Can You Expect? 

With the help of the Direct Service Team, an IICIL Community Reintegration Advocate will be there to assist with the complete transition process.