MCHENRY COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY

Success comes from stability. At McHenry County Housing Authority, we not only unlock the doors to affordable housing, we provide wraparound services needed in our community to keep people stably housed.

Working with our partners, we address the current and long-term needs of McHenry County residents through a number of programs, including dental care, energy efficiency programs, rental assistance and home repair services.

2020 Impact (To Date)

26,632
Estimated number of Housing Choice Vouchers issued

187
Large families were provided housing through our Public Housing Program

71,400
LIHEAP Clients were able to keep their utilities on in their homes

1,159
Homeowners receiving energy-saving improvements through our Weatherization Program

324
Senior and Disabled residents have lived independently in one of our Trees Apartments.

21
Households rented an affordable apartment at Renaissance

36
Renters assisted with rent through the Rental Housing Support Program

579
Clients were able to take care of their emergency dental needs

350
Homeowners received critical home repairs and were able to stay in their homes

Each year between several hundred to a couple of thousand households receive benefits depending on the community need from the CSBG Program. Services include but are not limited to: Rental Assistance, Security Deposit, New Beds for the Homeless,  Homeless Prevention, Emergency Dental, Homeless Outreach, Information and Referrals, and Trade Training, and Scholarship.

Our Impact Last Year

992
Housing Choice Vouchers issued

22
Large families provided housing through our Public Housing Program

2,013
LIHEAP Clients were able to keep their utilities on in their homes

41
Homeowners receiving energy-saving improvements through our Weatherization Program

98
Senior and Disabled residents have lived independently in one of our Trees Apartments.

8
Households rented an affordable apartment at Renaissance

12
Households assisted with rent through the Rental Housing Support Program

78
Clients were able to take care of their emergency dental needs

21
Homeowners received critical home repairs and were able to stay in their homes

1,994
Received CSBG Program assistance including but not limited to: Rental Assistance, Security Deposit, New Beds for the Homeless, Homeless Prevention, Emergency Dental, Homeless Outreach, Information and Referrals, and Trade Training, and Scholarship.