College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Centers & Institutes > The Women's Center > Resources > Housing

Housing Resources

The following list of organizations and resources help people find affordable housing, and offer support, resources, and advocacy for affordable temporary and permanent housing.

Chicago House

Chicago House and Social Service agency serves individuals and families who are disenfranchised by HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ marginalization, poverty, homelessness, and/or gender nonconformity by providing housing, employment services, medical linkage and retention services, HIV prevention services, legal services and other supportive programs.

Learn More

The City of Chicago's Affordable Rent Housing Resource List

The list is intended to assist individuals looking for affordable rental housing throughout Chicago and will guide you in your search. The group is committed to making neighborhoods strong, safe and affordable for all Chicagoans.

Learn More

Housing Opportunities for Women (HOW)

HOW operates under the Housing First Model, which ensures that homeless individuals are housed as quickly as possible, and then provides women with tools for success and self-sufficiency.

Learn More

Northside Community Development Corporation

This organization fosters community development and works to create and preserve affordable and diverse housing opportunities in Chicago through education, training, advocacy and development.

Learn More

Spanish Coalition for Housing

SCH’s provides comprehensive counseling, education and housing resources necessary for Latinos and other low-to-moderate income families in the Chicagoland area.

Learn More

Homesharing Program through the Center on Halsted

The Center on Halsted is dedicated to the health and well-being of the LGBTQ community and works to match potential applicants with each other and provides ongoing support to the homesharing matches.

Learn More

Queery Chicago

This link takes you to a list of Chicago-based resources to support LGBTQ people who are experiencing homelessness and searching for programs and resources.

Learn More