The West Central Association Chamber of Commerce (WCACC) is here to help small businesses, entrepreneurs, and large businesses within our service border area. We are a designated Neighborhood Business Development Center (NBDC) under the City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection and help implement the City’s Neighborhood Small Business Growth Strategy.
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27th Ward Alderman Walter Burnett Jr.
4 N. Western Avenue, Unit 1C Chicago, IL 60612
Tel: (312) 432-1995
42nd Ward Alderman Brendan Reilly
325 W. Huron, Suite 510, Chicago IL, 60654
Tel: (312) 642-4242
25th Ward Alderman Danny Solis
1800 S. Blue Island Ave., Chicago, IL 60608
Tel: (773) 523-4100
28th Ward Alderman Jason C. Ervin
2602 W. 16th Street Chicago, IL 60608
Tel: (773) 533-0900
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FREE LEGAL CLINICS
Looking for free legal assistance for your small business? Attend one of these Free Legal Clinics offered by The Law Project* and the City of Chicago’s Neighborhood Business Development Centers.
* The Law Project of the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights provides free legal assistance, education and training to community based nonprofit organizations, low/moderate income entrepreneurs and low-income first time homebuyers. To learn more about The Law Project or apply for legal assistance visit www.thelawproject.org or contact us at email@example.com or 312-939-3638.
OTHER CITY RESOURCES
City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection
(licenses, information, education and training)
City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development
(plans, programs and funding opportunities)
City of Chicago Departments
U.S. Small Business Administration
(financing and training)
Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
(grants and programs)
The John Marshall Law School
(Pro Bono Program & Clinic)
UIC - Office of Community Relations
The UIC Office of Community Relations (OCR) is responsible for strategically planning and implementing community engagement and outreach strategies across campus. The office maintains collaborative relationships with community, civic and internal constituency groups, representing the University in an effort to support UIC’s mission of community engagement and service. The OCR is a department within the Office of Public and Government Affairs, helping to provide consistent and open communications to a wide scope of audiences.