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  • Thursday, July 2, 2015 

    Make Noise. Share the Impact.

    With little progress made on the Illinois state budget, low-income job seekers and working families in Illinois will be hardest hit. Until our leaders choose new revenue, this crisis will continue.

    On Wednesday, June 24th Governor Rauner signed the k-12 education funding bills into law. The following day however, the Governor vetoed the rest of the budget bills that were sent to him including all the bills that fund human services.  The Governor maintains that he will not pass a budget that is out of balance. The budget proposal that the General Assembly sent to Rauner spends approximately $4 billion more that Illinois has, but avoids more cuts to services. Illinois has been cutting away at heath care and humans services programs for years and there is not much left to cut without eliminating essential services for Illinois residents.  July 1st came and went, and we have now officially begun the new fiscal year with no budget. This will create chaos for anyone who uses or relies on state services or programs, and the casualties of this budget showdown will be the most vulnerable residents of Illinois.

    State agencies have issued contracts to some service providers, but many others have not received anything. There are a few bright spots. Some programs rely on federal funding instead of the Illinois General Revenue Fund, and will receive full funding retroactively once state spending authority is restored by a new budget. Other programs have been deemed necessary by a court order, and will also be funded retroactively. However, without a state budget passed by both houses and signed by the governor, bills cannot be paid even if a program is guaranteed. Agencies that provide critical services to the people of Illinois cannot wait forever to be assured they will be funded.

    The House and Senate have moved to pass a one month budget for essential services while deliberations on the entire state budget continue into the summer. But without a single Republican vote, the temporary agreement failed in the House. The Senate did pass a bill to fund some essential state services for one month, but so far the Governor has shown no sign that he is willing to stop the government shutdown with a temporary solution. The House will reconvene on July 8th to attempt again to pass a one month budget. Until our political leaders come together and find new revenue for Illinois this budget crisis will not end.

    Service providers and citizens should be outraged.  Providers need to be vocal about the devastating impact this crisis has on their organizations. If your agencies are closing their doors, eliminating services, or laying off staff, please don’t remain silent about the crisis. Share the impact of this budget fiasco in the papers, on social media, and in your communities. Call the Governor’s office, your local legislators, and leaders in the General Assembly and be specific about the damage that this impasse is creating in our state. Tell them that this government shutdown caused by a budget showdown must come to an end.

     

  • Wednesday, June 24, 2015 

    Action Alert: Illinois is coming closer to crisis

    SIGN THE LETTER

    The stakes are too high for us to remain silent. Illinois needs a budget, and we need it balanced with adequate revenue.

    The Responsible Budget Coalition is asking non-profits to unite and sign this letter to Rauner and leaders in the General Assembly. Click here to read the letter. Click here to sign on for your organization.

    ORGANIZE A MINI PHONE-A-THON

    We’ve been asking you to make 1 Call A Day to leaders in Springfield. But it’s more fun together! Take 3 minutes before a meeting or during lunch time to bring your staff together. Or set a time for everyone to call during the day.

    Call Governor Rauner at 217-782-0244 in Springfield or 312-814-2121 in Chicago, and let him know that we need a budget balanced with adequate revenue! Then, share photos from your calls. Use the hashtags #1CallADay and #ChooseRevenue on social media.

    Here is our own Frontline Focus Administrator, Cheryl making her call. You can share the Facebook post as well.

    JOIN US IN THE STREETS, CHURCHES, AND TOWN HALLS!

    • Today, Wednesday, June 24 from 7-8:30 pm: A Town Hall Meeting hosted by Senator Heather Steans, and Representatives Kelly Cassidy and Greg Harris at Saint Andrew Greek Orthodox Church (5649 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago).
    • Thursday, June 25 at 6:30 pm: Citizen Action Illinois is holding a town hall meeting to discuss Rauner’s “Turnaround Agenda” and its harms to working Illinoisans. Irish-American Heritage Center (4626 N. Knox, Chicago). Click here to register.
    • Thursday, June 25 from 5-8 pm: A Town Hall Meeting on the Faith and Community Response to State Budget Cuts. Lights of Zion Ministries (11636 S. Halsted Street, Chicago). Click here for more.
    • Thursday, June 25 from 5:30-8 pm: “Stand with the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus” A rally to fight for our community’s values. Kindig Performing Arts Center, South Suburban College (15800 State St., South Holland). Click here for details.
    • Friday, June 26 from 10am-noon: A Town Hall meeting with Senator Julie Morrison at SEARCH, INC. (625 Slawin Court, Mount Prospect). Call 847-945-5200 for more.
    • Friday, June 26 from 8:30am-1:30pm: A Community Forum on the budget impact on Chicago’s Southland, with panel discussion. Engbretson Hall, Governor’s State University (1 University Parkway, University Park). See announcement for more.
  • Wednesday, June 17, 2015 

    The Damage Is Real: Raise Your Voice for Revenue

    MAKE THE CALL

    The deadline is past and the damage is real. Leaders in Springfield must put forth budget plans with the revenue to keep Illinois running.

    Call House Speaker Madigan today, tomorrow, and the next day. Be relentless. Dial 217-782-5350 and say “It’s time for Speaker Madigan to put forth a plan with the revenue we need.”

    Then, let your friends know that you’re making 1 Call A Day by posting on facebook and twitter with #1CallADay!

    ATTEND AN EVENT

    • A Community Forum hosted by Grace Episcopal Church in Oak Park will take place Monday, June 22 from 6:30-8pm (924 W. Lake Street, Oak Park). Call 773-791-3523 or email info@AllianceForCommunityServices.org for more.
    • A Town Hall Meeting hosted by Senator Heather Steans, and Representatives Kelly Cassidy and Greg Harris will take place Wednesday, June 24 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Saint Andrew Greek Orthodox Church (5649 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago).
    • Citizen Action Illinois is holding a town hall meeting to discuss Rauner’s “Turnaround Agenda” and its harms to working Illinoisans. Thursday, June 25, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the Irish-American Heritage Center (4626 N. Knox, Chicago). Click here to register.

    WRITE A LETTER

    • Check out these letters to the editor from Thursday and Friday‘s Tribune. Then, write your own letter to the editor calling on Illinois leaders to choose a revenue solution to this manufactured crisis.
    • Let your communities know that your services might be impacted by Rauner’s cuts. Some members of the Responsible Budget Coalition are releasing Letters of Local Impact to bring a sense of urgency to the community. Here is a suggested format.
  • Thursday, May 21, 2015 

    Make #1CallADay For a Fair Budget

    It’s time to join others across the state and commit to ‪#‎1CallADay.  Leaders in the Illinois General Assembly are meeting now to develop the state budget by May 31st.  Please contact one legislative leader each day until May 31st and tell them that Illinois must ‪choose revenue over cuts. Be sure to follow CJC on Facebook and Twitter to see which leader you should call each day and spread the word on your social media pages as well!

  • Monday, May 11, 2015 

    Mark Your Calendars! #ChooseRevenue Day of Action, May 13

    As a member of the Responsible Budget Coalition (RBC), we know the cuts in Governor Rauner’s proposed budget would devastate our families and communities. But lawmakers and the Governor don’t have to make those cuts–they have a choice.   Instead of painful cuts to vital programs for our children, families, and communities, lawmakers and the Governor must choose revenue.

    On May 13, 2015 we encourage both organizations and individuals to join in RBC’s #ChooseRevenue Day of Action by using Facebook, Twitter, email, and our toll free number (1-844-311-CUTS) to contact Illinois state legislators and be heard!     

    Here’s what you can do to participate:

    • Send an action alert to your list on May 13 that will include a toll free number (1-844-311-CUTS) for individuals to use to call their lawmakers as well as a link to the RBC action page (http://bit.ly/1zW6kOs) that will allow them to email their lawmakers directly (click here for sample e-alert language).
    • Post the RBC Day of Action weblink (http://bit.ly/1zW6kOs) to your social media sites and be sure to tag lawmakers in your posts. For Twitter, use the following hashtags: #nocuts #chooserevenue #twill (click here for sample social media posts and here for a spreadsheet containing state lawmakers’ Twitter handles).
    • Contact MacKenzie Speer (mackenziespeer@povertylaw.org) to let her know your organization will be participating in the #ChooseRevenue Day of Action.

    Thank you for your support! Be sure to spread the word and check back oftenfor continuous updates and ways you can make your voice heard.

  • Tuesday, May 5, 2015 

    Media Stories – Illinois Budget Crisis

    The following is a collection of news articles that focus on Illinois’ budget crisis. Check back often for additions and updates. See a story that should be featured or need assistance crafting a letter to the editor in response to these stories? Contact Andrés Moreno (andres@cjc.net).

     

     

     

  • Tuesday, April 28, 2015 

    Only 5 Weeks Left to Stop Disastrous Cuts!

    State legislators have until May 31, 2015 to approve the FY 2016 budget. If the Governor’s proposed budget is approved, it will devastate low-income workers and families across Illinois with cuts to human services, Medicaid, subsidized childcare, and education.

    We have 5 weeks left to prevent these disastrous cuts from happening and demand the state to raise sufficient revenue to fund our priorities. Here’s what you can do today:

    • TAKE A PHOTO WITH YOUR MESSAGE on how these proposed cuts will impact you, your community, or the job seekers you serve. Click here for instructions.
    • JOIN THE RESPONSIBLE BUDGET COALITION and share your concerns about the state budget and tax issues. Click here for more information on the coalition and how you can join.
    • ATTEND an upcoming budget rally or event:
      • Illinois Latino Unity Day: Tuesday, May 5 | 11:00am, Illinois State Capitol, Springfield
      • No Cuts! Raise Revenue! Rally: Saturday, May 9 | 12:45pm, Wellington Avenue Church, Chicago (RSVP is required to attend. Click here for more information)
      • Mental Health & Budget Rally: Wednesday, May 13 | 12:00 – 1:00pm, Thompson Center, Chicago
      • Illinois Action for Children Budget Rally: Wednesday, May 13 | 11:00am, Illinois State Capitol, Springfield
      • AIDS Foundation of Chicago Advocacy Days: Wednesday, May 13 | all day, Illinois State Capitol, Springfield
      • Click here for more information about these and future rallies and events
    • TELL your lawmakers how the proposed cuts will impact you and your community. Click here to download and fill out a worksheet from Illinois Partners for Human Service. E-mail it to Illinois Partners’ Judith Gethner (judith@illinoispartners.org) as well as your state legislators (click here to find your legislator’s contact information).
    • SUBMIT a letter to the editor on how these proposed cuts will devastate communities and individuals across Illinois. Click here to view a recent fact sheet from the Responsible Budget Coalition detailing how cuts will affect Illinois communities and here for media stories related to the proposed budget.
    • JOIN CJC staff in Springfield and meet with your lawmakers to share the negative effects of this proposed budget. Contact Dan Lyonsmith (dan@cjc.net) to learn more.

    If you have questions, need assistance with these action items, or have information regarding additional program cuts, rallies, and budget-related meetings, contact:

    • Dan Lyonsmith, Director of Policy & Advocacy | dan@cjc.net or 312.252.0461
    • Andrés Moreno, Senior Communications & Outreach Associate | andres@cjc.net or 312.252.0467

    Thank you and be sure to check back for continuous updates and ways you can make your voice heard!

  • Tuesday, April 21, 2015 

    TAKE ACTION – 6 Weeks Left to Speak Out Against Disastrous Cuts

    State legislators have until May 31, 2015 to approve the FY 2016 budget. If the Governor’s proposed budget is approved, it will devastate low-income workers and families across Illinois with cuts to human services, Medicaid, subsidized childcare, and education.

    We have 6 weeks left to make our voices heard and to prevent these disastrous cuts from happening. Limited on time? Here’s what you can do immediately:

    • SHARE how the proposed cuts will impact you and your community. Click here to download and fill out a worksheet from Illinois Partners for Human Service. E-mail it to Illinois Partners’ Judith Gethner (judith@illinoispartners.org) as well as your state legislators (click here to find your legislator’s contact information).
    • JOIN THE RESPONSIBLE BUDGET COALITION and share your concerns about the state budget and tax issues. Click here for more information on the coalition and how you can participate and be part of this fight.

    Here are other important action items you can do:

    • ATTEND an upcoming budget rally or event:

    Supportive Housing Providers Association Spring Advocacy Day | Wednesday, April 22  9:00am – 1:00pm, Illinois State Capitol (click here for more information and to register)

    State Representative Christian Mitchell’s Budget Town Hall | Monday, April 27  6:00 – 7:30pm, Bouchet Math and Science Academy, Chicago (click here for more information)

    • SUBMIT a letter to the editor to your local paper on how these proposed cuts will devastate communities and individuals across Illinois. Click here to view a recent fact sheet from the Responsible Budget Coalition detailing how cuts will affect Illinois communities and here for media stories related to the proposed budget.
    • JOIN CJC staff in Springfield and meet with your lawmakers and share how this proposed budget will devastate your community. Contact Dan Lyonsmith (dan@cjc.net) to learn more.
    • USE SOCIAL MEDIA to amplify our united voice. Follow the Chicago Jobs Council on Facebook and Twitter for the latest budget updates and also follow our friends at the Responsible Budget Coalition (Facebook | Twitter).  Be sure to use the hashtags #NoCuts & #Twill when tweeting your message against the proposed cuts.

    If you have questions, need assistance with these action items, or have information regarding additional program cuts, rallies, and budget-related meetings, please contact:

    • Dan Lyonsmith, Director of Policy & Advocacy | dan@cjc.net or 312.252.0461
    • Andrés Moreno, Senior Communications & Outreach Associate | andres@cjc.net or 312.252.0467

    Thank you and be sure to check back for continuous updates and ways you can make your voice heard!

  • Friday, April 17, 2015 

    CJC Seeks Your Help: Reviewing WIOA Regulations

    CJC is seeking your help as we review the proposed regulations for WIOA & submit public comments.

    On April 2, the U.S. Departments of Labor (DOL) and Education (ED) released five notices of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) governing implementation and administration of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).   The five NPRMs cover:

    CJC would like to invite YOU to help us review the draft regulations and inform public comments that CJC will submit to DOL and ED (due June 15). This is an opportunity to influence the final WIOA regulations so they work best for the workforce and adult education systems and the individuals you serve!  The NPRMs cover a range of topics, including:

    • Performance accountability
    • State and local governance
    • Priority and special populations
    • Training (training services, ITAs, eligible training providers, work-based training)
    • Youth services
    • Adult education and literacy activities

    If you are interested in helping review the draft regulations, please be in touch with Liz Czarnecki (liz@cjc.net, 312-252-0458) by Wednesday, April 22.  We invite you to read as many or as few sections of the regulations as you’d like and will work with you to identify specific sections for reading based on your interest!  We will also provide you with some guiding questions to inform your reading and provide feedback to CJC.

    Thank you for considering this opportunity and let us know if you have any questions!

  • Monday, April 6, 2015 

    Gov. Rauner Suspends Multiple FY15 Human Service Grants

    Governor Rauner announced Friday the suspension of nearly $26 million of funding for Department of Human Services, Department of Public Health, and workforce programs through the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for fiscal year 2015. As of April 6, 2015 the list of cuts is as follows:

    Department of Human Services

    • Funeral & Burial, $6.9 million
    • Immigrant Integration Services, $3.4 million
    • Welcoming Centers, $191,300
    • ARC Lifespan, $118,100
    • Best Buddies, $250,000
    • Autism, $1 million
    • Group Home Loans, $20,000
    • Compulsive Gambling, $406,000
    • Westside Health, $94,200
    • Addiction Prevention, $1.6 million
    • Assistance for Homeless, $300,000
    • Community Services, $2 million
    • Teen REACH, $3.1 million
    • Coalition F/Tech Assist-Child, $250,000
    • For Children’s Health Program, $231,600
    • Outreach to Individuals to Engage in Services, $380,700
    • Regions Special Consumer Support, $277,700
    • SMRF Training, $420,100
    • Transportation, $43,900
    • DD Latino Outreach, $87,500
    • Microboard Development and Outreach, $47,500
    • Epilepsy, $514,700

    Department of Public Health

    • Brothers and Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS, $789,800
    • Increasing Access to Health Care-Wellness on Wheels,  $180,000
    • Wellness on Wheels – Mobile Administration 2015,  $135,000
    • Illinois Tobacco Quitline, $3.1 million
    • Project Safe Sleep Education and Outreach, $250,000
    • MidAmerica Regional Public Health Leadership Institute, $75,000

    Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Workforce Programs

    • Job Training and Economic Development, $2.1 million

    It’s time to step up and speak out against these – and the proposed FY 2016 – cuts and share how they will severely impact communities across Illinois. Here’s how you can take action today:

    • JOIN fellow advocates for two rallies this week in Chicago: Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights rally – Wednesday, April 8 at 12pm at the Thompson Center (click here for more information) | Access Living rally – Thursday, April 9 at 12pm at the Thompson Center (click here for more information)
    • SHARE how the proposed FY 2016 cuts would impact you and your community. Click here to download and fill out a worksheet from Illinois Partners for Human Service. After completing this worksheet, e-mail it to Illinois Partners’ Judith Gethner (judith@illinoispartners.org) as well as your state legislators (click here to find your legislator’s contact information).
    • SUBMIT a letter to the editor to your local paper on how these suspended funds and the proposed FY 2016 budget will devastate communities and individuals across Illinois.

    If you have questions, need assistance with these action items, or have information regarding additional program cuts, please contact:

    • Dan Lyonsmith, Director of Policy & Advocacy | dan@cjc.net or 312.252.0461
    • Andrés Moreno, Senior Communications & Outreach Associate | andres@cjc.net or 312.252.0467

    Thank you and be sure to check back for continuous updates and ways you can make your voice heard.

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