H.O.M.E.'s services help low-income seniors stay independent for as long as possible.
For over 30 years, H.O.M.E. has been committed to helping seniors in Chicago maintain independent and enriched lives within their communities.
H.O.M.E. serves seniors in a warm and caring manner by focusing on the whole person, not just the immediate problems he or she needs solved.
H.O.M.E. can provide you or a senior you love with housing and housing support services through our programs:
Home Upkeep & Repair
A special announcement about Giving Tuesday from our Executive Director:
At our Pajama Gala on December 1, 2015, help us raise $15,000 to change lives of seniors in Chicago! If we reach our goal, our Executive Director, Bruce Otto, will wear footie pajamas for a full day in the office.
Join H.O.M.E. and #ILGive to make an even bigger difference this Giving Tuesday when the first $5,000 raised will be matched dollar for dollar by The Retirement Research Foundation.
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Intergenerational Housing at Good Life Senior Residences
As described in this article in the Chicago Tribune, H.O.M.E.'s intergenerational housing brings seniors and 20-somethings together in Chicago. We currently have openings for seniors at Good Life Senior Residences at Pat Crowley and Nathalie Salmon Houses. Learn more about Good Life Senior Residences here.
If you or a senior you know is looking for an affordable community to call home, call us at (773) 303-6227 or fill out a form by clicking the button below.
Donate to H.O.M.E. and help us support low-income seniors in Chicago.
H.O.M.E. helps low-income seniors in Chicago maintain their independence by providing home upkeep and repair, a shopping bus, moving assistance, and three affordable, intergenerational buildings.
Click here for the Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report