(20 ILCS 615/6) (from Ch. 23, par. 3456)
    Sec. 6. (a) The multipurpose service centers shall develop job counseling and placement services by cooperating with federal, State and local governmental agencies and private employers. The services shall include:
    (1) Counseling displaced homemakers with respect to appropriate job opportunities;
    (2) Identifying community needs and seeking funding for new public and private sector jobs in relation to this Act;
    (3) Providing displaced homemakers training, skills and referral services to become gainfully employed and independent;
    (4) Developing plans to include more displaced homemakers in existing training and placement programs; and
    (5) Referring displaced homemakers to agencies which provide information and assistance with respect to health care, financial matters, education, nutrition and legal problems.
    (b) To the extent possible, the centers shall serve surrounding rural areas through a rural outreach effort.
    (c) To the extent possible, supervisory, technical and administrative positions relating to the multipurpose service programs shall be filled by displaced homemakers.
    (d) The director of each center shall submit an annual report to the Director. The report shall include evaluations of the effectiveness of the job training, placement and service programs to displaced homemakers including the number of persons trained, the number of persons placed in employment, follow-up data on such persons, the number of persons served by the various service programs and cost effectiveness of the various components of the center.
    (e) The director of each center may accept, use and dispose of contributions of money, services and property for the purposes of this Act.
(Source: P.A. 80-884.)