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Chicago Resiliency Fund

Help Options from Association House

How It Works

Association House is working with the City to present the Chicago Resiliency Fund 2.0 from the Department of Family and Support Services. This program will provide up to 25,500 eligible Chicago residents with a one-time, $500 relief payment. Applications will be opening on October 31st and will remain open for approximately 6 weeks.


Have questions or 

prefer to apply in person?

Make sure to subscribe to Calendly to keep up to date with what days the Association House will have representatives available to help you through the application process. Please feel free to contact Myra Rodriguez with any concerns: 



All applicants must be 18 years of age or older and live in the city of Chicago, Illinois.

Applicants must have filed taxes in 2019 and claimed a dependent 17 years of age or older.


Applicant household income must be less than or equal to 300% have made less than 300% of the federal poverty guidelines. ($69,090 for a household of 3)

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