Can LCBH help you?
Are you a Chicago renter experiencing:
- A building foreclosure
- Housing discrimination
- Unsafe apartment conditions, such as bed bugs, mold or lead paint
- An unresponsive landlord
- Utility shut-off by your landlord
- Issues with your landlord requiring the help of an attorney
Our staff can protect your rights and will work with you to reach the best solution for your situation in terms that you understand.
Do you qualify for FREE assistance?
LCBH helps lower income renters in Chicago including Housing Choice Voucher Holders. LCBH accepts clients on a case-by-case basis depending on need and situation. To qualify for services ALL renters must go through the LCBH intake process. Eviction cases often move very quickly, so contact our office as soon as possible to allow enough time for us to determine if and how we can help.
How to contact LCBH
We will gather information from you about your situation and schedule you for an intake interview or refer you to an appropriate agency for assistance.
- Call us at (312) 347-7600
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Intake interviews are conducted at our offices:
33 N. LaSalle St
Chicago, IL 60602.
Living in a foreclosed building
We can help you find out if your property is in foreclosure and provide you information about your rights during and after the foreclosure.
- Call our Tenants in Foreclosure Helpline at (312) 784-3507
Rentervention is a free resource for Chicago renters facing housing issues. You can chat online with Rentervention to learn more about your housing issue and how to resolve it.
Whether you’re facing an eviction, a security deposit dispute, utility shutoff, or other conditions issue, Rentervention is here to help.
Rentervention can provide you with:
- Tailored letters to send to your landlord
- Self-help resources and guides
- A free lawyer
(outside of Chicago)