Thornwood Homes Covid-19 Information

Listed below are some services that set we have compiled to help you through the current Covid-19 health Crisis. We are doing our best to continue serving you during these times. If you have any questions contact our office at (847) 677-4733.


Click HERE to visit the IHDA Emergency Rental Assistance Program.

Click HERE to find the COMED Utility Assistance Application or call 1-800-334-7661

Please call 866-556-6001 for Peoples Gas Assistance or click HERE for further information.


Rent Collection and Food Information

Currently, our policy will remain to collect rent as scheduled. Please call our office if you believe this is not possible with your current situation. We will always do our best to work out an agreement that will be acceptable to both parties.

St James Food Pantry

Please reach out to St. James by calling 312-842-1919 to see if you quality for assistance.


City of Chicago Rental Assistance

If you are a renter within the City of Chicago Limits and are having trouble making payments due to Covid-19, please click HERE to view the City of Chicago's Renter Assistance Programs.

City of Chicago Rental Assistance Application Locations

All Locations Open 9am to 5pm:
• Englewood Community Service Center
• Garfield Community Service Center
• Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Center
• North Area Community Service Center
• South Chicago Community Service Center
• Trina Davila Community Service Center


HACC Information

If you are one of our tenants who uses the HACC for assistance please click HERE to view a .pdf of Frequently Asked Questions about Changes to HACC Policy.

HACC FAQ Information

The HACC has postponed ALL in person contact and appointments until further notice. Representatives are working from home and available by phone and email.


CHA Information

If you are one of our tenants who uses the CHA for assitance please click HERE to view a .pdf of Frequently Asked Questions about Changes to CHA Policy.

CHA FAQ Information

Please understand calling in to the CHA can have incredibly long wait times as the number of issues people are required to call in about which would normally be handled in person has has greatly increased.

Additional City of Chicago Assistance Programs

More City of Chicago Assistance Programs Include:

  • Mental Health
  • Food
  • Schools and Youth
  • Housing
  • Financial and Employment Support
  • Utilities

Please click here for complete information on all of the topics above and more from The City of Chicago’s COVID-19 Site. 


It has come to our attention that COVID 19 test sites have become available to your area.

You will need the following to be tested:

  • Access to an email address
  • Access to a Phone Number
  • A Mask to wear to the Testing Site
  • A Car to drive to the Testing Site

The testing locations open at 10 a.m.

Please click HERE and answer all questions to register for your test.