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2022 Program Statistics

January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2022


95 families in housing

99 adults in housing

184 children in housing

24 new families entered the program in 2021 

Location of Transitional Housing Program buildings: Addison, Glendale Heights, Glen Ellyn, Lombard, Naperville, Westmont, and Woodridge

A snapshot of barriers facing clients entering the program in 2022: 

Median savings of $16

69% of families were living double/tripled bouncing to and from friends/relatives

100% were low to extremely low income, with 91% employed

44% reported at-risk or crisis employment status, 43% report at-risk or crisis childcare and family safety status, and 35% reported food scarcity concerns


56 clients received one-on-one employment counseling

43 clients secured full-time positions

20 attended “4 Weeks to Success: Getting Hired, Retained and Promoted” workshops

  • 100% of clients surveyed endorsed the workshop as high quality and useful for career

Adult Education:

31 adults worked towards vocational certificates or post-secondary degrees

  • 31 received educational coaching
  • 21 received scholarships
  • 2 earned college degrees
  • 2 earned professional certificates

Children's Program:

151 children and youth received home visits (virtual or in-person)

  • 60 received personal tutoring, totaling 570 hours
  • 30 received mental health supportive services
  • 174 received scholarships for school and enrichment activities, like summer camp
  • 40 families were engaged in parenting support
  • 64 families were assisted with childcare subsidies

100% of exiting parents agreed they have the skills needed to advocate for their children

100% of exiting families reported their parenting and childcare needs were met

100% of exiting families were secure to thriving in child and family safety

The vast majority of our families are headed by single moms. Their average age is 29. Last year, while at least 68% of those who entered our program have at least some postsecondary school if not higher education degrees, their average income at entry was $14/hour - well below a living wage.