CEDA’s Housing Program—funded by local, state, and federal organizations and partners—is a comprehensive housing counseling program focused on helping families remain in or obtain affordable housing.
CEDA works collectively with lenders to work out payment plans for those seeking mortgage delinquency assistance. The Housing Program also works with over 100 landlords throughout suburban Cook County to place extremely low income families in temporary and affordable housing. Each year CEDA provides counseling services to over 1,500 families and individuals.
All families and individuals are eligible for personalized counseling services. A housing counselor will be assigned to each household to help assess client situation and determine housing services need. Short-term rental assistance may be provided, pending funding availability and client eligibility.
Please call (877) 895-2444 to participate in these events.
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Skokie Public Library—Book Discussion Room
5215 Oakton Street Skokie, Illinois 60077
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Markham Public Library- Large Meeting Room
16640 S. Kedzie
Markham, Ill. 60428
1-855-KEEP-411 (Toll Free)
The Network is a FREE one-stop resource to connect homeowners with important tools, including access to: counseling services, foreclosure prevention events, legal advice, tips on how to avoid mortgage fraud, mortgage assistance programs and other resources for homeowners
HomeIllinois Mortgage can provide up to $5,000 down-payment or closing cost assistance for qualified applicants.
CEDA Transitional Housing Program is designed to develop supportive housing and services that will allow homeless persons to live as independently as possible. The assistance of the supportive services is to help them to achieve residential stability, increase their skill and/or incomes, and obtain greater self-determination (i.e., more influences over decisions that affect their lives).
Interested homeless families and individuals must be willing to move to west suburban Cook County and meet other program compliances.
CEDA Transitional Housing Program is designed to develop supportive housing and services to honorably discharged, homeless veterans. This program is designed to improve the lives of men that have served our country, but is in need of direct housing and support services that can assist them in transitioning back into mainstream society. The assistance of the supportive services is to help them to achieve residential stability, increase their skill and/or incomes, and obtain greater self-determination (i.e., more influences over decisions that affect their lives).
Interested honorably, discharged Veterans must be willing to move to Chicago Heights, IL and meet other program compliances.
CEDA Central Administrative Office
208 S. LaSalle Street, Suite 1900
Chicago, IL 60604
6141 West Roosevelt Road
Cicero, IL 60804
1215 West End Avenue
Chicago Heights, IL 60411
53 East 154th Street
Harvey, IL 60411
For an appointment and additional information contact
(800) 571-CEDA (2332)