SRHAC provides housing referrals and
homelessness intervention services to Chicago area individuals city-wide,
and assists social service providers and City agencies with information and
expertise gained from many years of operating successful intervention
SRHAC is a proud contributor to the
City's 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness, and has assists hundreds of
individuals annually to secure and maintain permanent housing units.
SRHAC provides both on-site and SRHAC
agency support assistance to help resolve technical assistance problems and
client services issues for SRO operators City-wide. In addition, SRHAC works
directly with City Departments (such as the Dept. of Housing and Economic
Development, and the Dept. of Family and Support Services) to help SRO
operators meet the challenges of successfully maintaining SRO facilities as
a vital low-income housing resource.
SRO Staff Training Program:
SRHAC also provides on-site training to SRO owners & staff.
Training focuses on Tenant Relations, Emergency Procedures, Crisis Management
and Tenant Retention. SRO operators and staff are well-represented at SRHAC
Board meetings and events, and their concerns and input are addressed and
followed-up by SRHAC's SRO Affairs Advisors.
Social Service Network:
The Social Service Network, made up of
dozens of social service agencies offer a wide variety of services available
to individuals threatened with homelessness, SRO residents, and SRHAC
Supportive Housing Program participants throughout the city.
SRHAC's Supportive Housing Program, funded through the
Department of Housing and Urban Development, provides permanent supportive
housing to homeless and disabled men and women.
Initiated in 1998, and expanded since
then, these programs provide scattered site housing
to approximately one-hundred fifty (150) single men and women throughout the Chicagoland
area who have been chronically homeless and disabled. Participants
receive rental subsidies, on-site case management support, and case management
To Learn more about SRHAC:
If you are interested in learning
more about SRHAC and its programs, please contact the SRHAC Office
at (312) 212-1212.