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  • This week’s #StarStaffOfTheWeek honoree is Angelique Gwinn, our professional Book Keeping Associate who has worn a couple hats with the agency over the years. She’s also a passionate advocate in the fight against HIV/AIDS and just so happen to be a wonderful show host to the #LGBTQ nightlife community. Chicago House (CH): Tell us what […]

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  • Chicago House recently sat down with Raven, a former resident of the Family Support Program (FSP), for a weekly success story feature titled “Residents Corner”, which is a review of the impact our programs have on our clients. Chicago House: Tell us your history with Chicago House? Raven: My family and I came to Chicago […]

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  • Chicago House recently had an opportunity to sit down with Michael Quinlan, the Owner and Beer Director of Links Taproom, to thank him for his recent $10,000 donation and learn about what motivates him to give back to the community: Chicago House: How long have you been in Chicago? Michael: I was born and raised […]

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  • Being a part of the TransWorks training was a really empowering experience. Being able to sit with fellow leaders as we were taught professional development skills that aren’t already implemented in our orientations or leadership development was refreshing. Kate was able to give us great tools, resources and feedback on some of the tougher questions […]

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  • Tom Hunter, Senior Care Specialist, presented Chicago House’s new program targeted to older adults who are aging with HIV to the staff of TPAN (Test Positive Aware Network) on July 15, 2016. The program, called the 55+ Age-Friendly HIV Support Network, provides information, support, resources, and social connection to older HIV+ adults. This population often […]

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  • Chicago House and Social Service Agency has welcomed new leaders to assist us in achieving our objectives and to serve individuals and families who are disenfranchised by HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ marginalization, poverty, homelessness, and/or gender nonconformity. Scott Ammarell, who recently assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer at Chicago House after Reverend Stan Sloan stepped down, […]

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  • May 4, 2016 PRESS RELEASE: Chicago House Announces Scott Ammarell as its next Chief Executive Officer Following an extensive national search yielding many great candidates, on May 3rd the Chicago House Board of Trustees enthusiastically approved Scott Ammarell as the next Chief Executive Officer of the agency. Scott brings a rich history in housing services, […]

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  •   Chicago House awarded new grant for the aging HIV/AIDS population Chicago House is pleased to announce that we received a generous grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc. to provide services to individuals over the age of 55 living with HIV/AIDS. This opportunity comes an essential time for those who survived the HIV/AIDS crisis in the […]

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  • You shouldn’t take any label or title and apply it as an absolute for anyone. For example; “All gay people love to dance.” As much as dancing is fun and hardly a harmful assumption, it’s simply not true, since we are all human and multifaceted, unique individuals. Misconception #1: “Transgender individuals are confused.” Members of […]

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  • I recently watched this incredibly sappy but wonderful movie entitled, “The Fault in Our Stars.” Without giving too much away, there is a pretty incredible “aha moment” for our leading lady where she talks about time. “There are infinite numbers between 0 and 1. There’s .1 and .12 and .112 and an infinite collection of […]

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