The Open Door Housing program, a permanent supportive housing program for homeless individuals with a disability, reached capacity months ahead of schedule.
Looking for a last minute gift this holiday season? Would you like to support Housing Forward while you shop? If the answer to either question is yes, this blanket is perfect for you.
Join us at 7 p.m. on Saturday, December 5th for Midwinter's Tales: Sweet Home December, which celebrates not only the end of the year holidays, but also the opportunities they afford for hospitality and generosity. Proceeds will benefit Housing Forward's Prevail program.
Volunteers are needed for the final PADS Transitional Shelter site.
"In the blink of an eye, I can easily find myself back in the position of the clients I help. I am all too aware of this. This is what keeps me going. This is where I draw my strength. As long as I am in the position to help, I am going to do so without passing judgement. That is what the work that I do is all about."
Hollis is one of 51 people who moved into the Open Door Housing program in 2014. His most prized possession is the key to his front door.
Numbers provided by Heartland Alliance's Social IMPACT Research Center show what's at stake in our service area if the recently proposed state budget is passed.
The West Suburban PADS Board of Directors is accepting applications from prospective board members until Saturday, February 28th.
A new partnership with several area hospitals for laundry will save PADS more than $23,000 per year.
West Suburban PADS has been selected as one of the beneficiaries of the Chi-Town Jazz Fest, a multi-day event that raises money for hunger relief in the Chicago area.