Community Services

BPNC provides the following free services to 500+ families each month:

Public Benefit Enrollment

BPNC's Public Benefits Enrollment program provides assistance to low-income households by enrolling them in public benefit programs such as Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), water/sewer assistance, furnace repair/replacement, home weatherization. This program aims to help households achieve financial stability by reducing their utility costs and providing them with the tools they need to maintain a healthy home environment. BPNC also helps people enroll in SNAP benefits and the Medical Card. 

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Housing and Rental Counseling/Assistance

BPNC’s team helps low and moderate income families build credit, establish savings and achieve homeownership. Our team of HUD-certified counselors focuses on guiding, educating, and resolving an array of concerns for our clients. We provide 1:1 help to people who are purchasing a home for the first time, discuss tips on how to maintain financial stability after purchasing a home, and we inform tenants and landlords of their rights and responsibilities. The overall goal is to teach healthy financial habits while facilitating homeownership so that our community has access to safe and affordable housing. When families can grow roots, they are more likely to develop a sense of personal ownership and responsibility within our community.

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Success and Stability Program

This program provides comprehensive case management services to help families who are at risk of being evicted from their homes. It helps families become more financially stable and secure safe and sustainable housing. Case managers meet with participants to identify short- and long-term goals to meet the family’s needs. We help link families to employment, housing, healthcare and mental health services, and educational support.  With support from the Siemer Institute and the United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, this program is based at 7 neighborhood schools and serves 200+ families annually. 90% of families that participate in this program become more financially stable, and 95% are able to secure safe and sustainable housing.

Visit our office to apply.
Address: 4477 S Archer Ave, Chicago, IL 60632
Visit our Office: 9 am - 5 pm

If you would like more information, please call: 312-561-6031 or email:

Immigrant Welcoming Center

BPNC’s services for immigrants and new residents are part of the Illinois Welcoming Centers (IWC) program and are funded by the Illinois Department of Human Services. BPNC’s Welcoming Center provides support to immigrants by connecting families to needed resources. Case Managers provide referrals to programs and services that will help families achieve their goals. Our trauma-informed services are holistic and are provided in English and Spanish to anyone in need, regardless of their immigration status.  

BPNC’s case managers are familiar with resources provided by partner agencies and benefits and programs provided by state and federal agencies. Families that participate in case management services are often linked to the following resources: legal aid, ESL/ GED classes, citizenship classes, job search/ job training, housing assistance, healthcare and mental health services, and public benefits enrollment.

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