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EAH is playing key role in Find Your Place in Chicago

CHA employees talking with Plan for Transformation sales agents at introductory session.

February was a busy month for the Plan for Transformation sales agents as they attended several benefit fairs and employer-assisted housing (EAH) introductory events around the city of Chicago.

The Chicago Housing Authority launched its EAH program, and approximately 50 employees came to hear about the new program and talk with some of the sales agents. Also, CHA's Plan for Transformation sales agents attended a “Resource Fair” for the Chicago Police Department, as well as Northwestern Memorial Hospital. The MacArthur Foundation hosted an information session about its EAH program.

Overall, hundreds of employees were able to learn more about the CHA's Plan for Transformation communities and about the opportunities and incentives available through Find Your Place in Chicago. To find out more about how EAH is assisting with the Find Your Place in Chicago campaign, read this article from the latest newsletter from the Partnership for New Communities.


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