Whether you are a person experiencing homelessness, at risk of homelessness, or just looking to help, there are many resources available to you.


Are You Experiencing Homelessness, At Risk of Becoming Homeless or Fleeing Domestic Violence?

Visit the Entry Point website for information on resources that could help you regain your housing stability and safety including hotlines, walk-in centers and emergency shelters in your area.


Looking for Resources in Your Area?

The Community Mental Health Board of Oak Park is a Coalition staple of the OPHC and has recently rolled out a new database site, the Health Connection HUB. This site offers comprehensive lists of various resources, including food pantry locations, healthcare providers, legal help and much more. Visit the site to learn more about what’s available to you.


Want to Know More About the OPHC’s Plan?

Click below to download our comprehensive plan of action and learn more about the OPHC and our mission to make homelessness in Oak Park rare, brief and one time.


Want to Provide Information?

Housing Forward and the OPHC have created a street outreach card that can be distributed to individuals experiencing homelessness. The card contains food pantry and shelter schedules (while indicating which shelters are designated family shelters for those with children) along with many other helpful and often vital resources.

The OPHC has created a community resource flier with information on various services in Oak Park, including those pertaining to crises, family support, food, education, employment and more.