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Total Resource CDO

Total Resource Community Development Organization (TRCDO) is a non-profit entity that offers a multitude of services to help you live a healthier, productive life. Our services include Public Health Awareness, Education, Programs, Testing, Re-Entry Support Services, Adult Education, Leadership Consulting, Youth Mentoring Programs, and our Food Pantry. We encourage you to contact us to see how we can better service you and your family, and how you can connect with us as we strive to positively impacting one life at time!

SERVICES

If you need assistance with managing your mortgage, pre and post home ownership, or need help with your utility bill payments (ComEd & Peoples Gas), Certified HUD Counselors and LHEAP, Furnace, ComEd Hardship Program & Weatherization Workers are available Monday thru Friday, 9 AM until 4 PM. All services are free of charge! For more information, contact the office at (773) 881-7710.  

Looking for a Housing Counselor!

Will Train! If you are interested in applying,

see Dr. Paris Davis / Contact Karen Cherry

 Nonprofit & Board Capacity Building & Proposal Grant Writing Sessions

Saturday, November 11, 2017 @ 9 AM

(Learning Center)

Cost: $75 per person / To Register Contact Karen Cherry @ (773) 881-0761

HOUSING

We are a certified HUD Counseling Agency. We have certified NFMC and HUD Counselors onsite who offer Housing Counseling, Pre and Post Counseling, Budget Planning, and Foreclosure Mitigation.  All services are free. For an appointment, call (773) 881-0761

YOUTH

We are a Chicago Public School (CPS) Safe Haven Site and Neighborhood Recovery location for our youth. We offer free Youth Services during all public school breaks, partner with After School Matters and operate a Summer Gardening Program.

HARVEST FOR THE WORLD FOOD PANTRY

Our Food Pantry provides free groceries for residents of our service area. You are welcomed as a volunteer or recipient.  Distribution occurs every Saturday from 8:00 A.M. - 10.00 A.M.

CEDA Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

The LIHEAP is designed to assist eligible low-income households to pay for winter energy services, in the form of one-time payments to utility companies that are applied directly to the household’s energy bills. 

HEALTH AWARENESS

Educational & Preventive Workshops on Diabetes, Heart Disease, Strokes, Sexuality Transmitted Diseases, Cancer, and free testing, exercise classes, healthy eating regimes,  and referrals are available to you.

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