COMED HARDSHIP PROGRAM
ComEd is offering a Hardship Program available to any active ComEd residential customers with household incomes up to 250% of the poverty level (example, $61,500 for a family of four), and proof of a hardship; medical hardship, military hardship, senior hardship, disability hardship, loss of employment or unexpected loss of income, low/no income, family crisis, property damage, victimized by criminal activity, subsidized housing, and transitional situations such as dealing with homelessness, rehabilitation, addiction, or re-establishing services post-prison leaving.
If you know anyone who has ComEd and seeking assistance, please have them contact Tri-County Opportunities Council to apply.
On May 18, 1965, Tri-County Opportunities Council was incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation in the State of Illinois for the following purposes....
TCOC's Fact Sheets and 990 Forms are available for the community to see how we spend our money and a brief overview of what TCOC's Program accomplished over the years....
Fact Sheets & 990 Forms
Check out the Head Start/Early Head Start's new Health Website at
The TCOC Health Website offers specific health requirements for each of our programs: Head Start, Early Head Start, and our Pregnant Women's program, specific health requirements, printable forms, and much more.
Tri-County Opportunities Council will investigate the impact of poverty throughout our nine county service area and will work, in partnership with individuals, families and communities to provide opportunities that supports movement towards stability and self-sufficiency.
Community Action Agency
TCOC posts all job openings for all of our programs on the agency website as well as all local newspapers surrounding that area.
Serving the Nine Counties in Illinois