(CBS) — Pressure is building for Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and majority Democrats to end their months-long stalemate over Illinois’ budget.

Chicago business and labor leaders are joining the United Way in calling for an end to the months-long state budget impasse. The United Way says a survey of human service agencies shows almost one-third will run out of money within a month.

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“We have conducted a survey of our agency partners across the state and 80 percent of our partner agencies are in one way or another cutting their service to our most at risk populations,” said United Way president and CEO Wendy DuBoe. “About a third are in the process of already depleting their financial reserves.”

A spokesperson for Access Living says they’ve already had to find about $50,000 a month to pay for state programs, uncertain of any reimbursement.

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“This impasse is impacting people with disabilities who depend on personal assistance and home care workers, the state has cut their hours and threatened their elimination from the program,” said Daisy Feidt, executive vice president for Access Living. “Without these services, they cannot remain independent, live in their own homes or work in the community. During the budget impasse, payments for wheelchairs and other mobility aides have also been delayed. This leaves people with disabilities unable to leave their homes, leave for work, medical appointments and the like.”

Feidt joined Paul La Schiazza, president of At&T Illinois and Jorge Ramirez, president of the Chicago Federation of Labor but none would take questions.

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Democratic legislators and Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner remain at an impasse over the spending plan for the fiscal year that began July 1.The House and Senate are due back Tuesday.