Permanent Housing • Supportive Housing • Case Management • Homeless • Adults With Disabilities
Focus Hope I and II are two scattered sites, permanent supportive housing programs serving nearly 50 disabled, homeless adults and families headed by a homeless, disabled person, or a homeless person with special needs. Individuals and families are provided intensive case management and supportive services to designed to help them maintain their health and stability as well as reduce future hospitalizations.
- This service is free
- Adults accepted
How to Apply
If you are experiencing homelessness and enrolled in any shelter or outreach program, you can ask the program staff if they can complete the Standardized Housing Assessment with you or link you to someone who can do so. This assessment records your current situation and needs so that you can be connected to a housing program, if eligible, when there is an opening. Housing programs range from transitional housing to short term rapid rehousing to permanent supportive housing. If you are not connected to any program you can drop by an access point to get connected to a Skilled Assessor who will complete this assessment with you and assist you in obtaining shelter if that is your goal.
You can also go to 10 S. Kedzie or call 311 from a hospital or police station to be connected to a shelter.
Please do not call this agency. They are not permitted to take referrals directly.