The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, better known as LIHEAP, assists eligible low-income households in paying for winter energy services. This program is administered by DuPage County and applications are taken locally at two of our Township offices:
General Assistance Office 630-529-9993
Senior Center (for seniors please) 630-529-7794
Heating season applications are accepted from September through May, and may be applied for once during this heating season.
Details can be found here on the County's flyer: LIHEAP ELIGIBILITY FLYER 2022
Call one of our office numbers above to schedule your appointment.
The Youth Service Bureau at the Township is looking for a full time therapist
Details: Therapist Position Sep21.pdf
Bloomingdale Township Supervisor Michael D. Hovde Jr. recently announced that the Bloomingdale Township Food Pantry has become a member of the Northern Illinois Food Bank in Geneva.
"Our food pantry has continued to be an essential resource for township residents, especially during the COVID crisis," Hovde said. "In the last few years, we have transformed the pantry into a tax-exempt organization, obtained funding for, and completed a major renovation of the food pantry. In addition, we have expanded our hours of operation, and created a diaper bank."
"Our membership in the Northern Illinois Food Bank will help us lower costs and serve the public in a more efficient manner," Hovde said.
Currently, the Food Pantry is open for distribution on Wednesdays and Fridays, with the Diaper Bank being open on Mondays.
For more information on the Food Pantry, or other resources available at Bloomingdale Township, call (630) 529-9993, or visit www.bloomingdaletownship.com or visit the Township Facebook page