All under one roof: homeownership, affordable homes and job opportunities  

For over 45 years, Spanish Coalition for Housing has played a vital role in Chicago’s housing sector. We help families and individuals find affordable houses, rent affordable apartments and connect them with jobs in Chicago. We provide hands-on services, information and educational workshops to help our clients navigate resources and opportunities.  

To provide more resources to low-moderate income families, we became part of the Chicago Housing Authority Community Alliance initiative. Are you interested in learning more about available CHA resources? 

Click here to complete our contact form, and one of our counselors will reach out to you.

You can also register for one of our virtual workshops:  

We host workshops for the following communities: Gage Park, Belmont Cragin, East Side and New City, Chicago Lawn and West Lawn.

Click on the button below to register to one of our FREE workshops:

Now is your chance to apply for affordable Senior housing.

The housing waitlists are open offering new locations with modern amenities. There are nearly 9,000 senior rental units in 43 properties throughout Chicago with breathtaking city views, accessibility and amenities such as recreation rooms, scheduled activities, and as well as 24-hour site maintenance.

Register for a virtual workshop to learn how you can apply.  

Spanish Coalition for Housing has access to CHA’s special programs that provide employment and economic opportunities to low-income residents. Our counselors work with you to help identify jobs in Chicago, prepare your resume, apply online and even apply for jobs with the CHA or its contractors. Register for a virtual workshop and open the doors to a stable job. For low-income or Public housing residents and Housing Choice Voucher (HVC) participants (formerly, section 8)

Challenging times can represent an opportunity. Now is the time to vary your tenant base by becoming a Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) landlord. Register for a virtual workshop to learn how it works, the benefits for landlords and how easy it is to become a CHA-certified property owner. Put yourself on the path to reliable rent, lower vacancy rates, free property inspections, and even a potential reduction in property taxes. Register for a virtual workshop to learn how to become a HCV landlord.

As a business owner, you have the opportunity to grow your business and generate jobs and economic opportunities for low-income CHA residents and other Chicago area residents.

Register for a virtual workshop to learn about contract opportunities and how you can hire locally to provide meaningful opportunities to hard-working people.

Are you searching for quality, low-income housing? At this workshop, you can discover CHA’s housing options in vibrant, thriving communities. You will also learn about admission and income eligibility for site-based affordable housing, and our counselors can also help you complete your application.

Register for a virtual workshop and learn more.

Prospective Scattered Site applicants – this program consists of individual and or multi-unit properties throughout the City of Chicago.  

Are you currently on the CHA waitlist and waiting for housing?

 

Register for a virtual workshop to learn more about next steps in the waitlist process and what you can do while you wait, such as keeping your contact information up to date.

Applicants currently under the CHA waitlist – HCV program, Public Housing program, Property Rental Assistance (PRA) program. 

We are dedicated to fair housing and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status or handicap.

HUD Certified Housing Counseling Organization

1922 N Pulaski Rd.

Chicago, IL 60639

(773)342-7575

North Region:

Southeast Region:

9010 S Commercial 

Chicago, IL 60617

(773) 933-7575

General Inquiries: 

help@sc4housing.org

Southwest Region:

(312) 850-2660

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