Daley Center Tour For Persons Over 60

What:              Free walking tour of the Richard J. Daley Center for persons over 60 

Purpose:          To learn about the free legal resources that are available in the 
                       Daley Center to help people without lawyers  

Highlights:       Visit one or two of the Daley Center’s many legal help desks  

When:              Every third Thursday of the month, March through November 

Start time:       10:30 a.m.

Length:            One hour (includes two stops) 

Hosted by:       The Circuit Court of Cook County’s Elder Justice Center
 

Each tour starts and ends at the Circuit Court of Cook County Elder Justice Center located on the concourse level, Room CL16 of the Richard J. Daley Center, 50 West Washington Street in Chicago.   

Tour participants may be dropped off and picked up on the northeast side of Clark Street, between Washington and Randolph.   

To schedule a tour, call the Circuit Court of Cook County Elder Justice Center at (312) 603-9233.  

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accommodations:

Tour participants who need an ADA accommodation should contact the court to make a request for accommodation 14 days in advance of their scheduled tour.  

For Accommodations for Deafness or Hard of Hearing:

Contact the Office of Interpreter Services

DHHA Voice: (773) 674-2468
Main Office: (773) 674-3210
TTY: (773) 674-3213
ocj.deafhardofhearingaccess@cookcountyil.gov 

For Accommodations for Disabilities other than Deafness of Hard of Hearing:

Contact the Court Disability Coordinator

312.603.1915
312.603.1914 (TTY)
Ocj.accommodations@cookcountyil.gov

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