From the Chicago Sun-Times:
"When she was a little kid, Niesha Chism would sometimes pack a suitcase, heave it over the next-door neighbor’s fence and “run away” from home.
Some two decades later, Chism, now 33, sees her 2-year-old son head in the opposite direction — to the South Chicago home where she grew up.
That’s because Chism recently moved into the two-story brick Georgian right next door to the home where her parents still live.
She did it thanks to a Chicago Housing Authority program that helps public housing residents become homeowners."
Read the Chicago Sun-Times' article "CHA program helps woman move into home next door to her parents," featuring the Chicago Housing Authority.