Family Housing • Affordable Housing • Case Management • Housing • Homeless
The Housing Stability Program serves homeless and disabled families and individuals, chronically homeless individuals and those at risk of becoming homeless throughout Chicago by helping them attain affordable permanent housing at one of the buildings Renaissance services. Residents are provided with ongoing supportive case management services. Services are individualized in order to meet the needs of the specific individual or family and are focused on the person or family attaining a greater level of autonomy. Ultimately the goal of the program is to enable the family or person to have the skills necessary to no longer need services from RSSI.
RSSI's team of case managers provides services which are tailored to meet the needs of the individual or family. Intensity of services is initially very intense when a client enters the program and less so as time passes and the client increases autonomy. Collaboration with the client is key for the process of increasing their self-determination, and goals and services are agreed upon jointly so everyone has a role in the delivery of services.
- Homeless and disabled families and individuals
- Chronically homeless individuals, and
- Individuals and families at imminent risk of becoming homeless
- Services provided on a sliding scale
- All ages welcome
How to Apply
Contact Daisy Franco, Intake Coordinator, at 773-645-8900, ext. 102 for program information. All those interested in the program are encouraged to access the Chicago Coordinated Entry System.