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Resource Books

Tri-County’s Agency Resource Books are filled with information to assist individuals with adult education, employment services, basic needs, child care services, dental health, disability services, emergency services, food pantries, legal services, mental health services, physical health, recreation services and other resources within our nine counties.

If any of the information inside the Resource Books below is out of date or incorrect, please email changes to

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Bureau County

Arlington, Buda, Bureau, Cherry, Dalzell, DePue, Dover, Ladd, LaMoille, Malden, Manlius, Mineral, Neponset, New Bedford, Ohio, Princeton, Seatonville, Sheffield, Spring Valley, Tiskilwa, Van Orin, Walnut, Wyanet​

Carroll County

Chadwick, Lanark, Milledgeville, Mt. Carroll, Savanna, Shannon, Thomson​

LaSalle County

Cedar Point, Dana, Earlville, Grand Ridge, LaSalle, Leland, Leonore, Lostant, Marseilles, Mendota, Oglesby, Ottawa, Peru, Ransom, Rutland, Seneca, Serena, Sheridan, Streator, Tonica, Triumph, Troy Grove, Utica, Wedron

Lee County

Amboy, Ashton, Compton, Dixon, Eldena, Franklin Grove, Harmon, Lee, Lee Center, Nachusa, Paw Paw, Steward, Sublette, West Brooklyn​

Marshall County

Camp Grove, Henry, LaRose, Lacon, Sparland, Toluca, Varna, Washburn, Wenona

Ogle County

Baileyville, Byron, Chana, Creston, Davis Junction, Forreston, Holcomb, Leaf River, Lindenwood, Monroe Center, Mt. Morris, Oregon, Polo, Rochelle, Stillman Valley, Woosung

Putnam County

Granville, Hennepin, Magnolia, Mark, McNabb, Putnam, Standard

Stark County

Bradford, Castleton, LaFayette, Speer, Toulon, Wyoming

Whiteside County

Albany, Deer Grove, Erie, Fenton, Fulton, Galt, Lyndon, Morrison, Prophetstown, Rock Falls, Sterling, Tampico

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