READ MORE about possible establishment of a “Diversity Land Trust” that locks in affordability for Voice and other housing development sponsors.

Property & Asset Management (PAM)

Voice provides property management, asset management and/or community partner liaison services for residents of Voice-owned properties and developments owned in partnership with others (total of 14 buildings with 214 units of decent, affordable housing). PAM staff collaborate with resident services to ensure safe and quality housing for residents. 

Resident Opportunity Services (ROS)

Voice connects individual residents and family members with social, cultural, educational, recreational and economic opportunities. Residents work with ROS staff to complete a family assessment which is used to identify and work towards individual goals. Additionally, staying true to it’s community organizing roots, Voice’s Legacy Services focuses on leadership development, community engagement, and other empowerment activities.  READ MORE.

Voice Owners Network (VON)

To create and sustain affordable housing in a socially just, economically and racially diverse Uptown Community, Voice intends not only to support residents to stay and improve in place, but owners who need assistance in maximizing income, managing expenses and building property management capacity for the long haul. As the first major initiative of this program in 2021, VOICE ANNOUNCED the formation of a blue ribbon panel to advise its board on the possible formation of a Diversity Land Trust, and is drawing on expertise in Chicago and lessons nationwide.  See our DLT OVERVIEW and read more about Voice’s designation in 2022 as a city-supported Technical Assistance Community Center (TACOM).