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University of Illinois at Chicago Division of Specialized Care for Children
Established in 1937, and administered by the University of Illinois at Chicago, the Division of Specialized Care for Children (DSCC) is the Illinois Title V agency that provides care coordination for families and children with special health care needs. DSCC, governed by Administrative Rules, helps children with disabilities, and those who have conditions which may lead to disabilities, grow and develop to the full extent of their abilities.
Over 20,000 families in all 102 counties in the State of Illinois annually receive services from DSCC. Services are coordinated by a network of professional staff located in 13 regional offices throughout the state.
Numerous offices throughout Illinois (see website for details).