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 nearly 700 women in need.
Women served across all programs
Women found more stable and secure housing
Women served in Interim Housing
Nights of shelter provided in 2023
Meals served in 2023
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…
Sarah’s Circle provides a full continuum of services for women, including housing, life necessities, and supportive services, to help them permanently end their homelessness. In…
The COVID-19 pandemic is shining a light on chasms in the foundation of American life. For some time, women have been working hard to shatter…
Sarah’s Circle is proud to celebrate and recognize Black History Month! As we continue our efforts to end homelessness for women in Chicago, we want to take time to highlight and honor the legacies of some change-making Black women who have paved the way and fought for housing justice in our city. Marion Nzinga Stamps (born M. Marion Adams; May 28, 1945 – August 28, 1996) was a Black community activist from Chicago who fought for fair housing and the rights of public housing residents in the Cabrini Green housing project on the Near North Side. Stamps dedicated her life...
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