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SHPA News!

BIG NEWS THIS PAST WEEK!

Illinois Inaugurates a new Governor

JB Pritzker 

Congratulations Governor Pritzker and members of the Administration!

As Governor Pritzker and the 101st General Assembly take office we urge them to work together to secure new and sustainable revenue. This revenue is necessary to strengthen Illinois’  housing, health and human service systems. We are hopeful that this change in leadership marks new and better time in Illinois. We look forward to the opportunity to work with the new administration and General Assembly as a partner in building a better Illinois.

Sol Flores – Announced as Deputy Governor. Sol is the Founding Executive Director of La Casa Norte, a supportive housing and services agency for the homeless in Chicago and a long standing member of SHPA.

Read a message from Governor Pritzker!

2019 Membership Renewal is underway!

Supportive Housing Provider Association Members & Friends 

As the Supportive Housing Providers Association enters a new year of advocacy for supportive housing, we would like to thank our dedicated members for the excellent services they provide everyday and for their hard work in advocating on behalf of supportive housing.

Thank you for your continued support of SHPA! Your membership and participation are the primary reasons for the Association’s success.

As you renew membership, we also ask that you update all contact information relevant to your organization. You can find and are encouraged to complete the Membership Contact Update and Membership Agreement forms on our website in the Membership Center.

If you’ve not received your renewal notice or are not a member and wish to become a member or just need more information please contact David Esposito at 217-321-2476 x2 or via e-mail at d.esposito@shpa-il.org.

 

We look forward to working with you in the year ahead!!

The State of Homelessness in America charts progress in ending homelessness in the United States. Using the most recently available national data, it is intended to serve as a reference for policymakers, journalists, advocates, and the public on trends in homelessness, homeless assistance, and at-risk populations at the national and state levels.  

State of Homeless in America

State of Homelessness in Illinois