RENAISSANCE SOCIAL SERVICES
We're on a Mission to End Homelessness in Chicago.
Renaissance Social Services, located in Chicago, Illinois, is on the front lines of the city's fight against homelessness. The organization's core mission is to provide stable housing and comprehensive services, striving for sustainable independence for its clients. One of their key initiatives is affordable housing, offering a stable living environment as the cornerstone for recovery and growth. They also have outreach and prevention programs aimed at intervening before someone ends up homeless, providing resources and support. The organization also emphasizes rapid re-housing, which is like hitting the "undo" button for someone who's just become homeless. Their support is spread across demographics such as individuals, families, and veterans, casting a wide safety net for those in dire need.
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Michael Banghart - Executive Director
Michael Banghart has been with RSSI for over 19 years and has been in the social services field for more than 32 years. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist. He began his career in 1990 working with chronically mentally ill older adults and in 1992 began working in a supportive housing organization working with chronically mentally ill adults and mothers with children