Key Coronavirus Updates
The City of Chicago is committed to providing leadership and help throughout the evolving COVID-19 crisis. As this situation develops, they will continue to offer resources and support to people across the city. This website provides the latest information on a range of topics regarding COVID-19.
Additionally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website has valuable information on preventative measures individuals, organizations, and communities should be taking to avoid the spread of the coronavirus.
If you or someone else is sick PLEASE follow the CDC’s advice.
Resident Opportunity Services
Voice is committed to the safety of our residents and community, and that is why office operations have been temporarily suspended. During this time, our residents are encouraged to reach out to resident services with any needs or concerns. Call our office 773-769-2442 or Resident Services Coordinator 847-920-2442for assistance.
During this time, we will continue providing support for our residents remotely. We currently can support you and your household with information on
- Ways to obtain food, groceries, and other necessary household supplies.
- How to apply for emergency unemployment or to other financial assistance programs.
- Information on current debt and bill relief programs and policies.
- Assistance in accessing essential physical and mental health services.
- And, how to sign-up to receive regular check-ins throughout this time of need.
Distribution hours will be extended at the Sheridan site (3945 N. Sheridan):
- 11:00 am – 4:00 pm on Monday/Wednesday/Friday
- 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm on Tueday/Thursday
- 10:30 – 3:00 pm on Saturday
New Seed Food Pantry at Lakeview Church of
Last 2 Sundays of every month from 12:00 – 2:00 pm. As weather permits, distribution will occur outside.
4716 N. Malden
Pat Paul, 312-450-5021
St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church
4220 N. Sheridan Rd.
St. Mary’s is developing a team to assist seniors in the community with grocery shopping and any assistance they may need while they are at home. Please refer to the link above to both sign up to support or to request assistance.
Swedish Hospital has a COVID-19 hotline staffed by trained
clinicians to answer your questions and offer assistance.
939 W. Wilson Ave.
Uptown Church would like to offer their assistance in any way they can for individuals who may need additional support during this time. They have a group of volunteers on hand and would like to help in any way that they can. Picking up groceries, medications and other essentials, serving as a friendly voice/presence for those in isolation, and navigating this moment together are some of the services they are able to offer.
Missio Dei Uptown is offering several channels of help:
- For the Food Insecure: On Wednesdays at 6:00 pm, they will be handing out boxed dinners to people in need of food. They will also be handing out flyers pointing people to the. many food pantries in the area, if they are still operating, and at what times.
- Volunteers: There are many people that are willing to help those in Uptown with health conditions or vulnerable immune systems. They are happy to run errands, provide meals, make phone calls, write encouragement.