IDCFS Indian Child Welfare Advocacy Program
1911 South Indiana Ave., 4th Floor
Chicago, Illinois 60616-1310
- Enhance services and bridge the communication between the State of Illinois and communities involved with American Indian/Alaskan Native children and families
- Identify and advocate for American Indian/Alaskan Native children and families
- Ensure 100% compliance of ICWA (Indian Child Welfare Act)
“Identifying our children is as easy as asking.”
The IDCFS Indian Child Welfare Program was created to uphold the Federal Law of ICWA. It is committed to preserving the culture of American Indian/Alaskan Native children who are at risk of not being identified or denied their heritage by being placed outside of their Indian communities.