Interim Housing Programs:
Currently, Inner Voice operates nine interim housing programs that provide a range of supportive services for men, women, and families. The Eddie Beard "Vet" House is listed separately under Veteran Housing and Supportive Services Programs.
Family Restoration is a 50-bed facility, and is located on the southeast side of Chicago. Clients receive case management, housing placement, and follow-up services that ensure stability once permanent housing is attained.
It Takes a Village is located on Chicago’s southwest side. The 60-bed facility provides comprehensive case management services geared toward moving families into permanent/more stable housing.
T.A.B. Interim is located on the west side and is the oldest Inner Voice residence. It has a 95-bed capacity; and like all Inner Voice housing programs, offers clients a full array of case management and social services.
T.A.B. South Interim I is located on the near west side of Chicago, and has a maximum capacity of 90 beds.
The program serves as the model for all Inner Voice family sites and is named in honor of the mothers of Inner Voice senior staff members Adley Davis, Jr. (Thelma), Abdullah Hassan (Alberta) and Brady Harden, Jr. (Bertha).
T.A.B. South Interim II provides housing and supportive services to men with children, women with children,
and two-parent families. Together, the programs have a capacity of 125 beds.
Thelma’s Interim Housing Program (Thelma’s Place) is located on the southwest side of Chicago in the Auburn-Gresham community and has a capacity of 50 beds.
The Pioneer House provides interim housing for 16 homeless men for up to 120 days. Participants are required to remain drug-free and participate in employment/ training programs.
Ubuntu Community Center, also located on the southwest side, is the newest Inner Voice residence. It has a 75-bed capacity; and like all Inner Voice housing programs, offers clients a full array of case management and social services.