In Need of Housing?
New Moms does not take direct applications for our housing programs and does not maintain a site-based waitlist. We work with external partners to fill our units. Please follow the directions below to find housing support:


1. Complete a housing assessment with “Coordinated Entry” if you are not in a shelter or connected to agency who provides supports like a drop-in center (15-30 mins). If you are, skip Step 1. Call the Coordinated Entry Call Center at 312-361-1707 to complete a housing assessment.

2. Apply to CHA’s Project Based Housing Voucher or “PBV” (30 mins). Open your online application at IMPORTANT: For a CHA PBV, you must select that you are a 2 PERSON HOUSEHOLD in order to see and select NEW MOMS 

3. After completing step 2, contact New Moms by email (5 mins). 

*Check out our Chicago housing cheatsheet here!

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Western Suburbs:

*Check out our Oak Park housing cheatsheet here!

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New Moms Housing Programs:

Chicago and Suburban Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Standard Privacy Posting:
This notice describes how New Moms, as a part of the HMIS Collaborative, will use and protect the information about you and your dependents that is entered in HMIS and your rights to decide how your information is shared. For the Western Suburbs, please read the full Standard Agency Privacy Practices Notice here. For Chicago, click here for the Chicago HMIS Privacy Policy.


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New Moms (Chicago)
5317 W. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60651



New Moms (Western Suburbs)
206 Chicago Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60302

New Moms strengthens families by partnering with young moms as they progress toward housing stability, economic mobility, and family well-being. We envision a future where every young family thrives.

New Moms is the proud winner of the 2020 Alford-Axelson Award for Nonprofit Managerial Excellence!

2023 Platinum Seal of Transparency

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