Wheeling Township Office 1616 N Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights, IL60004 The Wheeling Township administrative office serves the southern quarter of Buffalo Grove as well as all or parts of…More Wheeling, Arlington Heights, Mount Prospect, Des Plaines, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows and Prospect Heights. The township is responsible for maintaining roads in unincorporated areas and provides a variety of other services, including mental health, senior assistance, youth programs, veterans' services and welfare programs. Specific programs include Meals on Wheels, a food pantry and a job bank.Wheeling Township's administrative office is also home to the township clerk's office, which provides voting services; the highway commissioner's office; and the township assessor's office.
With headquarters at the corner of Buffalo Grove Road and Main Street, Vernon Township is a governing body that…More serves the northern three-quarters of Buffalo Grove, as well as portions of surrounding towns, including Arlington Heights, Bannockburn, Indian Creek, Lake Forest, Lincolnshire, Long Grove, Mettawa, Riverwoods, Vernon Hills and Wheeling.
The administration building houses the offices of the township clerk, assessor and highway commissioner.
Funded with tax dollars, the township provides a range of services, including general and emergency assistance, job counseling referrals, transportation and programs for seniors.
A food pantry stocked by residents' donations assists families in need. The township sponsors a number of other donation-reliant giving programs, including the provision of school supplies, Thanksgiving food and holiday gifts.
Omni Youth Services works to help adolescents develop skills that will help them succeed throughout their lives. The…More organization, which serves Buffalo Grove, Wheeling, Arlington Heights, Prospect Heights, Vernon, Libertyville and Ela townships, and portions of Mount Prospect and Freemont, works annually with 16,000 clients ages 11-18.
Services include counseling for teens struggling with family conflicts, alcohol and drug abuse, juvenile delinquency and emotional and behavior challenges.
Omni also offers prevention programs for the general community and runs programs that teach skills and provide resources to teen parents. Other programs include group activities, family sessions, and adventure trips to other states for counseling groups, organizations, such as Scout troops, and the general community.
The organization receives county, township, municipal and state funding, as well as assistance from the United Way and private donors.