The Illinois Department of Human Services and the State of Illinois Neighborhood Stabilization Program are proud to announce the names of 18 organizations who have been identified as grantees for the inaugural round of grant funding. 

Awardee Contact Location of Project Project Description NSP Funded Amount
Proviso Township Mental Health Commission Jesse Rosas
4415 W Harrison St
Hillside, IL 60162
Melrose Park & Stone Park Project will acquire and redevelop foreclosed and abandoned properties in Proviso Township. Once rehabilitated, low and moderate income families will either be able to purchase the properties or enter into a lease-to-purchase program. $4,500,000
IFF Housing Jacques Sandberg 1 North LaSalle, Chicago, IL 60620 Cook, Lake, Dupage, Will Kendall, LaSalle, Kane Counties IFF is leading a collaboration of 15 non-profit social service agencies in Lake, DuPage, Will, Kendall, LaSalle, and Kane Counties to acquire and rehabilitate foreclosed homes for the benefit of low, moderate and medium income families. $5,133,000
New Mom's, Inc. Audalee McLoughlin
2825 W. McLean Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647
Chicago - Austin The project will provide 48 units of permanent supportive housing for homeless, teenage mothers and their children. $4,016,548
Hispanic Housing Development Corp. Hipolito Roldan
325 N. Wells Street Chicago, IL 60610
Chicago - Belmont, Cragin The project will use NSP funds to acquire foreclosed and abandoned small residential properties, rehabilitate them and rent them to homeless and/or low income families $3,400,000
City of Berwyn Community Development Department Robert Dwan
6420 West 16th St
Berwyn, IL 60402
Berwyn The project will provide homes for developmentally disabled adults, housing for abuse victims who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. In addition, the program will acquire and rehabilitate foreclosed properties for resale to low income families. $1,300,000
55th & State Redevelopment, LLC Ghian Foreman
4554 S. Lake Park Ave.
Chicago, IL 60653
Chicago - Washington Park The project will acquire and rehabilitate foreclosed condos and single family detached homes for low and moderate income families. $4,833,000
Genesis Housing Development Corporation Donnie Brown
3763 S. Wabash
Chicago, IL 60653
Chicago - Chatham The goal is to acquire and renovate foreclosed single family and two-flat homes for resale to new families; provide financing subsidies to assist low-income families to purchase these rehabbed homes; and demolish blighted homes. $2,200,000
Habitat for Humanity Julie Donovan
315 N. Martin Luther Jr. Ave.
Waukegan, IL 60085
Zion, North Chicago, Waukegan Habitat for Humanity will construct new homes on currently vacant lots for sale to low income households $1,700,000
Will County Land Use Department Tim Mack
58 E. Clinton Street Joliet, IL 60432
Will County, City of Joliet and Village of Bolingbrook Will County will use the State's NSP funds to provide affordable home ownership opportunities to stable families and provide permanent supportive housing for persons with disabilities. $2,500,000
McHenry County Supportive Housing Partnership Mary Lu Seidel
209 Dean Street
Woodstock, IL 60098
McHenry County The program will provide community-based, affordable homeownership and rental opportunities for persons with disabilities through the acquisition and rehabilitation of foreclosed properties. $2,400,000
City of Champaign Steven C. Carter
102 N. Neil St.
Champaign, IL 61820
Champaign The City of Champaign will use the NSP funds to provide quality, affordable homebuyer opportunities for extremely low and low income families, affordable, community based housing options for persons with disabilities, and stabilize communities affected by blighted and abandoned structures. $1,395,000
City of Rock Island Brian Hollenback
120 16 1/2 Street
Rock Island, IL 61201
Rock Island The City will use the NSP funds to acquire and renovate properties to provide affordable homeownership opportunities for moderate income households, persons with disabilities and low income households. $3,133,000
The Springfield Project - East Springfield Redevelopment Mr. Timothy Rowles
P.O. Box 961
Springfield, IL 62705
East Springfield The project is a collaboration between four local community organizations to redevelop East Springfield. The plan includes demolishing blighted properties, redeveloping new homes for sale to low income households, and providing permanent supportive housing for persons at risk of homelessness. $1,256,660
D & O Properties One LLC Dan O Loughlin
3849 Skippy Dr.
Decatur, IL
Decatur To provide quality affordable permanent supportive housing units to veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, veterans who are of low and very low income and/or those with disabilities. $848,353
City of Quincy Chuck Bevelheimer
730 Maine Street
Quincy, IL 62301
Quincy To redevelop or rehab properties in the city of Quincy's northern neighborhood area to provide affordable rental and homeownership opportunities for low and moderate income households and persons with disabilities. $1,900,000
City of East St. Louis Arthur Johnson 301 River Park Dr
East St. Louis, IL 62201
East St. Louis Under this NSP proposal, the City plans to purchase and renovate foreclosed homes to provide affordable homeownership and rental housing options for low and moderate income families and develop new units of supportive housing for persons with disabilities. $2,500,000
Madison County Community Development Destini Lednicky
157 N. Main Street Edwardsville, IL 62025
Madison County MCCD is working with the municipalities of Granite City, Alton, East Alton, and Madison to rehab and provide affordable homes for sale and community-based permanent supportive housing for persons with disabilities and those at risk of homelessness. $2,600,000
Delta Center, Inc. Lisa Tolbert
1400 Commercial Ave.
Cairo, IL 62914
Cairo The project will demolish 5 blighted and abandoned homes in Cairo and to redevelop 10 units of permanent supportive housing for persons with mental illness. $1,669,432

Any protest of the procurement process must be submitted in writing, no later than: Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 5pm to:

Attn: Curtis L. Thompson, SPO
IDHS State Procurement Office
James R. Thompson Center
100 W. Randolph, Suite 5-600
Chicago, IL 60601

Phone: (312) 814-4723

Fax: (312) 814-5978