Kane County Guide

A Guide to Services in Kane County

Full Resource Name:

Advocates Network of Kane and Kendall Counties

12642 Bluebell ave
Huntley, IL 60142

(630) 208-1281


Advocates Network was formed by families, providers, and friends of persons with developmental and emotional disabilities in Kane and Kendall counties. The purpose of the organization is to network on behalf of the disability community and to advocate for needed services and supports, including housing, transportation, jobs/day programs, respite/in home services, and recreation. The Advocate Network works with other advocacy groups in the region.** Meetings are held at DayOne Network offices, 1551 East Fabyan Parkway, Geneva, IL 60134.

Primary Services:

General Information


Monthly meetings. Legislative forums are held periodically with candidates to discuss developmental disability and mental health issues.

Intake Process:

Call for information on dates and times of meetings and forums, and on Network activities.

Program Fees:

$25 dues includes membership in the Arc of Illinois, a statewide advocacy network.




Open to all individuals and their families and to providers in Kane and Kendall Counties dealing with disability issues.

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