H.O.M.E. helps Chicago’s low-income seniors maintain their independence by providing services unlike any organization in the City of Chicago.
H.O.M.E.’s services include an upkeep and repair service to ensure seniors enjoy healthy and safe living conditions. A shopping bus assists seniors with transport to grocery stores where they have access to food and supplies that are essential to their well-being. H.O.M.E. also manages three affordable buildings where seniors choose between individual apartments or, for residents who need some assistance, shared living. H.O.M.E. also launched a new model of its moving program, which is a sustainable service that assists low-income seniors who need help moving. If you have any questions please contact us.
All News items—On April 1 H.O.M.E. re-launched our Moving Program with funding from the Retirement Research Foundation and the Field Foundation of Illinois.
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All News items—The Million Dollar Roundtable Foundation awarded a grant to H.O.M.E.
All News items—H.O.M.E. could not exist without the continued generous support of our sponsors and volunteers.
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All News items—Shared living is a wonderful option for seniors who do not need 24-hour nursing care or for seniors who relish a more communal living environment. Each senior enjoys their own bedroom and nutritious… Continue
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