Sarah's Circle operates a drop-in Daytime Support Center, a 50-bed Interim Housing program, a Rapid Rehousing program, and a growing number of Permanent Supportive Housing units. Each year, we serve more than 600 women in need.
Women helped move into permanent or more stable housing in 2022
Units of permanent supportive housing
Women who received case management assistance in a Sarah's Circle program in 2022
Nights of shelter provided in 2022
Meals served in 2022
Sarah’s Circle celebrated the start of construction on our third building, Sarah’s on Lakeside. The groundbreaking event was held next to the construction site at…
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Sarah’s Circle celebrated the start of construction on our third building, Sarah’s on Lakeside. The groundbreaking event was held next to the construction site at 4737 N Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL 60640 on Tuesday, June 27, at 10am. To watch ABC 7 news coverage click HERE or the Block Club coverage click HERE. Speakers at the ceremony included Jan Schakowsky, United States Congresswoman; Marisa Novara, Chicago Commissioner of Housing; and Angela Clay, 46th Ward Alderperson, in addition to Sarah’s Circle leadership. “We know that providing homes for people in need is possible, because Sarah’s Circle has done it for hundreds of...
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