Program Name: Permanent Supportive Housing Development Program
Organization: Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA)
Address: Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA)
111 E. Wacker Drive, Suite 1000
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: (312) 836-5200
Fax: (312) 832-5386
TDD: (866) 324-4431
Email: PSHRFA@ihda.org
Website: https://www.ihda.org/developers/supportive-housing/
Application Deadline:

Application deadlines are included in the Request for Applications. For the upcoming round in FY2025, formal application dates have not yet been finalized.

Program Start Date:
Program End Date:
Application Guidelines:
Application documents are available on the IHDA website at https://www.ihda.org/developers/supportive-housing/.
When available, the most recent RFA will outline specific application process details and application requirements.
Briefly Describe the Purpose of the Program
IHDA’s Permanent Supportive Housing (“PSH”) Development Program was created with the goal of increasing housing options for Illinoisans who either are in need of Permanent Supportive Housing or need reduced barriers to housing. The PSH Development Program is intended to provide a clear process primarily for smaller Projects serving Supportive Housing Populations across the State that pair affordable housing with supportive services. Developments funded by the program serve individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, persons living with chronic disabilities and those who are at risk of institutionalization, including those exiting the criminal justice system.
Year Program Established: 2017
Eligibility Requirements or Restrictions
Non-profit, for-profit, and joint-venture developers are eligible to apply for funds under the PSH Development Program.
Funding Cap Per Application or Fiscal Year Program Funding: Caps are determined per the most recent Request for Applications. For the prior year, FY2024, funding requests were allowed to cover up to 90% of total Project costs.
How Must Funds Be Used:
Eligible activities under the Permanent Supportive Housing Development Program include, but are not limited to:

  • Acquisition
  • New Construction
  • Rehabilitation of Existing Occupied Units
  • Rehabilitation of Vacant Units, and/or
  • Adaptive Reuse of Non-Residential Properties