CHA is much more than bricks and mortar. It's also about supporting families as they strive for self-sufficiency. CHA’s Resident Services Division works with a broad range of partners and contractors to provide services in a range of ways, centered on four overarching goals:
- Support academic achievement: Focused on Education
- Increase earning power: Focused on Employment
- Foster economic independence: Focused on Asset Building and Homeownership
- Enhance stability and quality of life: Focused on Seniors, Health, and Well-being
The FamilyWorks model is the cornerstone of CHA’s services. FamilyWorks provides both direct services and referrals, supports residents looking to find new or better employment, advance their education, find programs for their children, or get help in a variety of other areas. FamilyWorks supports residents through family coaching using strengths based, trauma informed philosophy. Click on the map to find your case management provider.
Current FamilyWorks providers are:
- Centers for New Horizons: (773) 538-2388
- Employment & Employer Services: (773) 276-3670
- Heartland Human Care Services: (773) 358-3838
- Holsten Human Capital Development: (312) 274-9123
- Metropolitan Family Services: (773) 371-3600
- Near West Side CDC: (312) 633-9217
- UCAN: (773) 276-3670
In CHA’s senior buildings, Resident Service Coordinators (RSCs)provide assessment/referral services, assistance in applying for benefits and also plan social, health/wellness and educational activities. Click here to learn more about services offered to seniors.