160+ organizations united to advance quality, affordable housing for all.

Many voices are stronger than one. Housing Action Illinois’ members include nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and corporations, united by the vision of an Illinois where everyone has a good, stable place to call home.

2023 Organizational Members

360 Youth Services, Naperville
Access Living, Chicago
All Chicago Making Homelessness History, Chicago
Alliance to End Homelessness in Suburban Cook County, Hillside
Ameren Illinois, Springfield
Apna Ghar, Chicago
Applegate & Thorne-Thomsen, Chicago
Architreasures, Chicago
Association for Individual Development, Elgin
Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry, Aurora
BCMW Community Services, Centralia
Binational Institute of Human Development, Chicago
Bridge Communities, Glen Ellyn
Brighton Park Neighborhood Council, Chicago
Busey Bank, Champaign
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago, Chicago
Catholic Charities Diocese of Joliet, Downers Grove
CEFS Economic Opportunity Corporation, Effingham
Center for Disability and Elder Law, Chicago
Center for Changing Lives, Chicago
Central Illinois Land Bank Authority, Danville
Centro Romero, Chicago
Champaign County Regional Planning Commission, Urbana
Champaign-Urbana Tenant Union, Champaign
Chicago 400 Alliance, Chicago
Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance, Chicago
Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, Chicago
Chicago Housing Trust, Chicago
Chicago Community Loan Fund, Chicago
Chicago Furniture Bank, Chicago
Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, Chicago
Chicago Rehab Network, Chicago
Chicago Urban League, Chicago
Chinese American Service League, Chicago
Cinnaire, Madison
City of Kankakee Economic & Community Development Agency, Kankakee
City of Rockford, Rockford
City of Urbana, Urbana
Communities United, Chicago
Community & Economic Development Association of Cook County, Chicago
Community Investment Corporation, Chicago
Community Investment Corporation of Decatur, Decatur
Community Partners for Affordable Housing, Highland Park
Community Service Council of Northern Will County, Bolingbrook
Connections for the Homeless, Evanston
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Northern IL, Woodstock
Cornerstone Community Development Corporation, Ford Heights
CSH, Chicago
Cunningham Township, Urbana
Disability Resource Center, Joliet
Dispute Resolution Institute, Carbondale
Dove, Inc., Decatur
DuPage County Continuum of Care, Wheaton
DuPage Habitat for Humanity, Wheaton
DuPagePADS, Wheaton
Economic Growth Corporation, Rock Island
Edwardsville Community Housing Alliance, Edwardsville
Embarras River Basin Agency, Greenup
Enterprise Community Partners, Chicago
Erie Neighborhood House, Chicago
Facing Forward to End Homelessness, Chicago
Fair Housing Legal Clinic – UIC Law, Chicago 
Far South Community Development Corporation, Chicago
Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, Chicago
First Mid Bank & Trust, Fairview Heights
Full Circle Communities, Chicago
Garfield Park Community Council, Chicago
Genesis Garden, Macomb
Good News in the Neighborhood, Palatine
Grass Roots Organizing Works, Rock Island
Greater Peoria Empowerment, Peoria
Grundy County Housing Authority, Morris
Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County, Champaign
Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley, Elgin
HANA Center, Chicago
Harris Family Foundation, Chicago
Heartland House/Heartland Continuum of Care, Springfield
Heart of Illinois United Way, Peoria
Helping Hands of Springfield, Springfield
Hesed House, Aurora
H.O.M.E. DuPage, Wheaton
HOPE Fair Housing Center, Wheaton
Hope Haven of DeKalb, DeKalb
HOPE of East Central Illinois, Charleston
Housing Choice Partners of Chicago, Chicago
Housing Forward, Maywood
Housing Opportunities and Maintenance for the Elderly, Chicago
Housing Opportunities for Women, Chicago
Illinois Association of Community Action Agencies, Springfield
IFF, Chicago
Illinois Housing Council, Chicago
Illinois Network of Centers for Independent Living, Springfield
Illinois Valley Economic Development Corporation, Gillespie
Impact Behavioral Health Partners, Evanston
IMPACT Center for Independent Living, Alton
Inland Home Mortgage, Villa Park
The Journey Forward, Chicago
Journeys | The Road Home, Palatine
Justine Petersen, St. Louis
Kankakee County Housing Authority, Kankakee
Lake County Housing Authority, Grayslake
Latino Policy Forum, Chicago
Law Center for Better Housing, Chicago
Lazarus House, St. Charles
League of Women Voters of Illinois, Chicago
LIFE Center for Independent Living, Bloomington
LINC Inc., Swansea
Little Fannie’s Heavenly Housing, Dolton
LUCHA, Chicago
Mano a Mano Family Resource Center, Round Lake Park
Manufactured Homeowners Association of Illinois, Des Plaines
Meraki House of Illinois, Chicago
Mercy Housing Lakefront, Chicago
Metropolitan Family Services | Legal Aid Society, Chicago
Metropolitan Planning Council, Chicago
Mid Central Community Action, Bloomington
Midland States Bank, Chesterfield​
Moline Community Development Corporation, Moline
Moran Center for Youth Advocacy, Evanston
Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago, Chicago
The Neighbor Project, Aurora
Neighbors for Affordable Housing, Chicago
North Suburban Legal Aid, Highland Park
North West Housing Partnership, Schaumburg
N/NW Suburban Task Force on Supportive Housing, Wheeling
Northern Illinois Regional Affordable Community Housing (NI ReACH), Rockford
Northside Community Development Corporation, Chicago
Northwest Center, Chicago
Northwest Compass, Mount Prospect
NW HomeStart, Inc., Freeport
Oak Park Regional Housing Center, Oak Park
One Level, Decatur
Open Communities, Evanston
PADS Lake County, North Chicago
PADS of Elgin, Elgin
PASO, Melrose Park
People’s Resource Center, Wheaton
Peoria Housing Authority, Peoria
Peoria Opportunities Foundation, Peoria
Phoenix Community Development Services, Peoria
The Preservation Compact, Chicago
Preservation of Affordable Housing, Chicago
Progress Center for Independent Living, Forest Park
Project NOW, Rock Island
The ReBirth of Greater Roseland, Chicago
Rebuilding Together Metro Chicago, Chicago
Regions Bank, Chicago
Renaissance Social Services, Inc., Chicago
Resources for Community Living, Rolling Meadows
Respond Now, Chicago Heights
Restoration America, Inc., Crystal Lake
ReVive Center for Housing and Healing, Chicago
Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity, Loves Park
Rockford Housing Authority, Rockford
Sarah’s Circle, Chicago
Second Federal / Self-Help Federal Credit Union, Chicago
Share Our Spare, Chicago
Southern Illinois Coalition for the Homeless, Marion
South Side Community Federal Credit Union, Chicago
South Suburban Housing Center, Homewood
South Suburban PADS, Chicago Heights
Southwestern Illinois Development Authority, Collinsville
Spanish Coalition for Housing, Chicago
Spanish Community Center, Joliet
Springfield Quality Housing Coalition, Springfield
Springfield Housing Authority, Springfield
Statewide Independent Living Council of Illinois, Springfield
Supportive Housing Providers Association (SHPA), Springfield
TASC, Inc. (Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities), Chicago
Territory, Chicago
The Good Samaritan Inn, Decatur
Thresholds, Chicago
Thrive Housing NFP, Normal
Together We Cope, Tinley Park
Total Resource Community Development Organization, Chicago
Turnstone Development, Northlake
United African Organization, Chicago
Unity Parenting and Counseling, Chicago
Universal Housing Solutions CDC, Chicago
Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc., St. Louis
Voice of the People in Uptown, Chicago
Volunteers of America Illinois, Chicago
Western Egyptian Economic Opportunity Council, Inc., Steeleville
Will County Center for Community Concerns, Joliet
Will County Habitat for Humanity, Joliet
WJW Architects, Chicago
Woodstock Institute, Chicago
Working Family Solidarity, Chicago
Xilin Association, Hoffman Estates
YWCA Metropolitan Chicago, Chicago
ZION Development Corporation, Rockford

Updated July 2023

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Shelly Richardson

IMPACT Center for Independent Living

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Liz Eakins

Lazarus House