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These include foreclosure defenses in court, bankruptcy, income generation, loan modification, and various alternatives to foreclosure. This Project has more inclusive eligibility guidelines, permitting a wider range of persons to qualify. These services are possible due to a special grant from Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, with funds secured from a national settlement with the nation’s largest bank mortgage servicers. In addition, Project attorneys will conduct community education and outreach with the goal of informing homeowners of their legal rights and connecting clients with foreclosure prevention services. Prairie State receives special funding from Area Agencies on Aging through Title III of the Older Americans Act to provide legal services to persons age 60 and older. Senior citizens in that age group are served regardless of income or assets. However, project services are focused to serve the needs of senior citizens who are in the greatest social and economic need.
Project attorneys assist seniors in preparing Powers of Attorney or living wills and counsel couples when one spouse requires nursing home or home health care. As resources permit, a range of other services are offered. The project is available throughout the Prairie State service area. Services funded by: Northeastern Illinois AAA, Northwestern Illinois AAA, Central Illinois AAA, Western Illinois AAA, and East Central Illinois AA are provided without regard to financial eligibility. If you feel you have been discriminated against, you have the right to file a complaint with the Illinois Department on Aging. Since 1994, PSLS has maintained a special project to deliver legal services to children between the ages of 3 and 21 who are wards of DCFS, and who need legal services to secure and protect their rights to special education and related services.
Funding for this project comes from the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. All children referred to PSLS under this project are wards of DCFS, meaning that DCFS is their court-appointed guardian. These children are placed by DCFS in the home of a family member or a foster parent. Depending on the age and capabilities of the child, our clients are either the child or the foster parent or family member. Referrals under the project are made to PSLS either by a local DCFS office, by a delegate agency to which DCFS has assigned casework responsibility, or by a foster parent. Typically, they raise concerns about the child’s educational environment or placement.
In some cases, the issue involves a school’s failure to identify a child as eligible for special education. A wide array of legal services is available. In 1999, the project expanded to include referrals from DCFS of cases in which their wards are subject to expulsion by their local school districts. It is not a pre-requisite for acceptance of an expulsion case that the child be eligible for or receiving special education services. The financial eligibility criteria to qualify for Prairie State Legal Services help have been expanded for this project.
Broad-based outreach is conducted about the availability of services. The intake process is flexible and responsive, accommodating disabilities and health conditions. As with many PSLS projects, we make accommodations for linguistic and cultural diversity. Clients are kept informed and work together with staff to determine the objective of the representation, to make decisions regarding the case, and to achieve goals in a timely fashion. All clients eligible for legal services under this project are collectively referred to as “DORS customers”. This project serves every county in the Prairie State service area. DRS, which is legally mandated by the federal Rehabilitation Act to provide independent advocacy services for DRS customers.