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received pre-development Project Initiation Loans. A summary table of 2007/2008 team
members is below.
Updated 2007 - 2008 Supportive Housing Institute Participation
TEAM / PROJECT NAME REGION TOWN UNITS RESIDENCY TYPE DEVELOPMENT NOTES
A Safe Place North Zion 20 Families-DV
Already own & operate a
complementary facility on property.
CDBG Operations Center with
the East St Louis Housing
South East St
Louis 8 Families / Disabled
Have site control - already own land.
Environmental & other process about to
Christian Community Health
Center Chicago Southside 60 Families / Re-Entry
Sites narrowed down to 3; focus on
women w/children needing family
Delta Center South Cairo 12 Singles & Families,
SMI & SA
Applied for 811 funding in (July),
Completed Phase 1 Environmental
Human Service Center South Sparta 19 Singles, SMI Working on securing site control.
Inner Voice Chicago Westside
Chicago 19 Families, Disabled
Letter of Intent for donation of property.
Drawings complete. RFP for GC in
Comprehensive Services, Inc. South Mt Vernon 12 Singles, SMI City expected to donate property;
needs zoning change.
Woodford Homes with Macon 12 Singles-SMI
County Mental Health Central
Decatur 12 Singles-Re-entry
Perry County Counseling Center South DuQuoin 12 Singles, SMI Seeking a new site.
Volunteers of America Chicago
Metro 75 Singles, Veterans
Proposing 25 PSH and 50 TH. Looking
for a site. Rec'd capital grant from
Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
In December 2008, IHDA approved a new technical assistance grant to CSH to continue
the Supportive Housing Institute in 2009 and 2010. The $500,000 will provide training
and predevelopment and planning grants for 20 to 24 (10 to 12 each year) supportive
Joint NOFA Initiatives to Target Underserved Priority Populations
Energy Efficiency Improvement Grants (DCEO):
DCEO is authorized by 20 ILCS 1105/3 (Energy Conservation and Coal Development
Act) to administer for the State any energy programs and activities under federal law,
regulations or guidelines. These funding sources include the Illinois Energy Efficiency
Trust Fund (20 ILCS 687/6) and a portion of the Energy Efficient Portfolio (EEP) (220
ILCS 5/12-103). The statute provides funding for the EEP and sets certain statutory
requirements to meet incremental annual energy savings goals, procure a minimum
percent of the portfolio from local government, schools, and community colleges, and
target low income households proportionate to their share of annual utility revenues.
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