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Housing Forward, which works to end homelessness, and Sarah’s Inn, a comprehensive domestic violence agency, are coming together to form Safe Bridge Housing, a housing program designed for families...
On February 6, the Village of Oak Park Board voted to award Housing Forward funding totaling $1 million which will be used to update and improve the former Write Inn hotel, located at 211 N. Oak Park...
The Village of Oak Park is leading an effort to provide shelter for dozens of asylum-seeking migrants who were brought to Oak Park from Chicago’s west side when temperatures fell below freezing on...
Ticket sales are still open for our 2023 Compete to Defeat Homelessness Trivia Night! Gather your team of 6 for a competition you'll remember. Our Compete to Defeat Homelessness Trivia Night is taking...
We are honored to be presenting three awards to three amazing partners – The Village of Broadview, Senator Don Harmon of the 13th District, and St. Catherine of Siena – St. Lucy and St. Giles Parish...
Housing Forward is thrilled to spread the word about one of our newest partners in the battle to end homelessness—Maywood Supportive Living—a new affordable senior living community in Maywood. A...
Housing Forward is always working to ensure our services meet the complex needs of the individuals and families we assist. To that goal, we have established a team of specialists and case workers in...
We have suggestions for your Black Friday To-Do List! 1. Spread the word about GivingTuesday! GivingTuesday is a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. We can’t think of a better way to...
If you asked original Tri-Village PADS co-chairs Reverend Greg Dell or Juanona Brewster if they could foresee Housing Forward assisting 2,776 individuals and families in 2021, they would probably have...
When the Student Council at John Greenleaf Whittier School decided to focus their efforts locally this year, they started with Housing Forward. According to Leslie Weiss, one of the student council...
Kim and Anthony, two former Forest Park residents, will feel especially grateful this Thanksgiving Day because a year ago they were sleeping in a tent in a secluded part of the village and panhandling for money on the ramps where Harlem crosses I-290. Two weeks ago, they moved into an apartment.
CDT, owned by National Express Transit (NEXT), recently delivered a passenger van they have donated to our agency. It is the first vehicle we have ever owned and will greatly lessen our dependence on rental trucks and staff vehicles. We are grateful to Delilah Strickland, a member of our Board of Directors, who generously made this gift possible through her employer.