CHA’s Dearborn Homes Receives Grant that Supports Work Readiness (Chicago Housing Authority)

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March 5th, 2020

From Lawndale News:

The Chicago Housing Authority received a $2.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Friday for the JobsPlus program that supports job readiness and connect public housing residents at Dearborn Homes with employment, education and financial empowerment services. CHA is one of nine Public Housing Authorities (PHA’s) that received a total of $20 million in JobsPlus grants from HUD to help public housing families increase their earned income and become self-sufficient. HUD’s investment will leverage an additional $4,355,700 working alongside key partners such as the City Colleges of Chicago, Chicago Department of Family & Support Services, Chicago Park District, Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, Centers for New Horizons, FamilyWorks and East Lake Management.

Read Lawndale News' article "CHA’s Dearborn Homes Receives Grant that Supports Work Readiness," featuring the Chicago Housing Authority.

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