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Benefit Programs You May Be Eligible For
PLOWS Council on Aging, which serves seniors age 60 and older, will be at Lemont Township to provide a Benefits Assessment. Representatives will be available to help with applications such as Food Stamps (SNAP), Medicare Savings Programs, Extra Help for Medicare Part D, Safelink phone, and the Benefits Access Program (formerly Circuit Breaker).
A representative from CEDA will also be on-site to process LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) applications as well.
To receive a list of income guidelines, the required documentation necessary to apply, and to schedule an appointment, please contact Human Services at 630-257-2522.
More About Lemont Township
Since its incorporation in 1850, Lemont Township officials have been providing residents with essential services such as roadwork, emergency relief and financial aid for struggling families. With programs such as the Lemont Community Cafe - a lunch program for seniors age 60 and over - the Township remains dedicated to improving the lives of all residents.
The current Township Supervisor is Steven Rosendahl. Barbara Buschman is the Township Clerk and Kenneth Jacobowski is the Township Assessor. The Highway Commissioner is Sigitas Vaznelis. Township trustees are Timothy Garvey, Kathy Henrikson, Gregory Nicklas and Francis Wozniak.
The Lemont Township board meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month at 1115 Warner Avenue.
Other events here
- "Within My Reach" - Tools for Building and Maintaining Healthy Relationships Workshop Weekly on Thursdays, 6:00 pm–8:00 pm