Hope Manor II


Hope Manor II in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood is one of the first large-scale, supportive housing developments in the nation specifically designed for veterans with families.

Residents have access to a resource room with computers and a library, a tutoring room, on-site therapy, fitness programming, and a community playground.

According to Volunteers of America, the rate of homelessness among veterans with families has been increasing by more than 5% every year for the past five years. Hope Manor II provides eight studio, 24 one-bedroom, six two-bedroom, and 35 three- and four-bedroom units to serve this population.

The development is Volunteers of America of Illinois' second Hope Manor model in Chicago. The nonprofit is in the process of expanding the model to Joliet, Ill., which was approved for funding in October.

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