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Contact Us at 773-395-0143 or Email US at
We are answering both phone and email as we work from home during the Stay Home Order.

Meet with the Alderman every Monday (except holidays). This has been suspended until further notice.

Every Monday is Open House for Constituents,9am-2:30pm

No Appointment Needed, Walk-ins Welcome!

Staff are available during regular office hours to assist with any city service or permit needed. 

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The ward office is on the corner of Division & Campbell.


2548 W Division St.

Chicago, IL 60622

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Opening Hours

Mon - Fri

8:00 am – 8:00 pm


9:00 am – 7:00 pm


9:00 am – 9:00 pm

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Free Legal Advice, Monthly, on Saturday MorningsCall - a- Lawyer, hosted by the Chicago Bar Association, on the 3rd Saturday of the month from 9am to 12pm at 312-554-2001.Every month the Chicago Bar Association hosts a Saturday call in to lawyers in all legal fields offering free preliminary advice to people in need. Everything from child support to employment law, calling in will connect you to a lawyer to speak to directly.


A Shoulder to Cry on During this Uncertain TimeFor a listening ear, or to talk through anxious feelings or changes in your life, NAMI Chicago's Helpline is here for you and free to all.Just call 833-NAMI CHI (833-626-4244) from 9a-8p Monday-Friday, and 9a-5p on weekends.We can also help you connect to mental health resources, food and emergency assistance.NAMI Chicago is also offering free virtual support groups during this time, for people to connect with others experiencing mental health symptoms.There are also support groups for health care professionals working on the front lines. For information about how to join, click here.


Free Health CareYou can get health care, even when you are uninsured or don't have any money to pay for the doctor. If you do not have a medical provider, are uninsured, or have limited or no income and believe you need non-emergency medical services, you can contact your nearest Community Health Center (CHC) by phone and inform them of your need.You can find your nearest CHC here. If you suspect you have COVID-19, Call ahead to make sure that the center can test you. In cases of emergency, please call 911.


Emergency Food, Food Stamps & MedicaidThe Greater Chicago Food Depository has over 700 partners with emergency food at no cost. Search for a location here and make sure to call before you go.The Food Depository also has a benefits outreach team to help Chicagoans apply for food stamps, now called Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Medicaid benefits.Eligibility is determined by household income. Those affected by recent COVID-19 related job losses may qualify. For help filing, call 773-843-5416 Monday-Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. or apply directly with the Illinois Department of Human Services.


Businesses, non-profits can receive up to $50,000 from the CityThe Chicago Small Business Resiliency Fund is a new $100 million economic relief package for Chicago’s businesses and non-profits experiencing a loss of revenue during the COVID-19 outbreak. All businesses and non-profits that have less than 50 employees, made less than $3M annually, and have suffered a 25% drop in revenues since the outbreak.The Resiliency Fund customizes a loan amount for each business based on it's last 3 months of revenue. The maximum loan will be $50,000. Businesses can pay this loan back over 5 years with a nominal payment of only $10 per month for the first 6 months.  Check out the requirements here and apply for this unique city loan.

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