Champaign County Regional Planning Commission

***Due to the ongoing national emergency with COVID-19, all RPC locations will be closed to the public through at least April 30, 2020, while our staff works remotely. Services for individuals and families currently enrolled in our programs will continue through technology such as phone calls. If you have a scheduled meeting, your case manager will contact you by phone. Please reach out to your assigned case manager with any questions. Click here to visit our special COVID-19 resources page.***

First Wave of Funds Distributed from Champaign County COVID-19 Relief Fund

The Champaign County COVID-19 Relief Fund has granted $20,000 to local groups to provide housing assistance. This first wave of funds will help people who have lost wages or employment due to the Coronavirus pandemic stay in their homes.

First Wave of Funds Distributed from Champaign County COVID-19 Relief Fund

All RPC Locations Closed to the Public Through at Least April 7 While Staff Works Remotely

Appointments for clients from various RPC programs will be conducted over the phone during the closure.

All RPC Locations Closed to the Public Through at Least April 7 While Staff Works Remotely

New Workforce Development Program Manager Sees Great Economic Potential for East Central Illinois

Cassandra Brown brings over 15 years of experience to the RPC as she leads the Workforce Development program based in Champaign County.

New Workforce Development Program Manager Sees Great Economic Potential for East Central Illinois

RPC Helps Put Champaign Mother and Family on a Path to Self-Sufficiency After a Traumatic Past

How grit, determination, and hard work made Asia Williams the RPC’s 2020 Families of Distinction Awardee.

RPC Helps Put Champaign Mother and Family on a Path to Self-Sufficiency After a Traumatic Past

The RPC Celebrates Social Work Month and the Many Social Workers Who Serve Our Clients Every Day

More than 35 of our employees serves as social workers in our Community Services and Early Childhood Education divisions. This month we thank them for all they do.

The RPC Celebrates Social Work Month and the Many Social Workers Who Serve Our Clients Every Day

Transportation Concerns to be Addressed at Upcoming Meetings

Open to the public, the quarterly Human Service Transportation Plan meetings are set for March, June, September, and December around East Central Illinois

Transportation Concerns to be Addressed at Upcoming Meetings

Annual Effort to Count People Experiencing Homelessness Underway in Champaign County

Volunteers recruited by the Champaign County Continuum of Service Providers to the Homeless will conduct the 2020 Point-in-Time count on Thursday, January 30

Annual Effort to Count People Experiencing Homelessness Underway in Champaign County

RPC Employee Wins Award for Outstanding New Social Worker

University of Illinois School of Social Work Alumni Association honors Annie Bruno for successfully transitioning from a great student into an accomplished professional social worker

RPC Employee Wins Award for Outstanding New Social Worker

Christmas Wish Comes True for Rantoul Teacher

Through their annual “Christmas Wishes” program, Mix 94.5 awarded Nichole Kitchens with $1,000 in December to purchase winter clothing and supplies for her classroom at the Rantoul Early Childhood Education Center.

Christmas Wish Comes True for Rantoul Teacher

Local Patrolman Gives Back to the RPC’s Workforce Development Program

Martinez completed his Law Enforcement degree in 2016 as a dislocated worker through the RPC’s Workforce Development program and returned to speak to local youth about the law enforcement pathway and personal safety.

Local Patrolman Gives Back to the RPC’s Workforce Development Program