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Housing Acuerdo

About Acuerdos

The Latino Policy Forum has developed a concept to build the policy making and advocacy capacity of Latino organizations and leaders called Acuerdos. (Acuerdo is a Spanish word meaning mutual understanding, agreement, or accord.) Acuerdos have one fundamental and important function: to work together to develop and execute priorities and a common agenda. We do this by making sure that information, policy, and advocacy on specific issues represent the Latino perspective and its community needs.

Acuerdos add value by:

The Housing Acuerdo is made of leaders from:

Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation
Brighton Park Neighborhood Council
Casa Central
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago
Center for Changing Lives(CCL)
Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance (CAFHA)
Chicago Coalition for the Homeless (CCH)
Chicago Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights
Claretian Associates
Erie Neighborhood House
Hispanic Housing Development Corporation
HOPE Fair Housing Center
Housing Action Illinois
Housing Choice Partners
Illinois Legal Aid
Illinois Migrant Council
La Casa Norte
Latin United Community Housing Association (LUCHA)

Legal Aid Chicago
Metropolitan Planning Council
Metropolitan Tenants Organization
Neighborhood Housing Services
Northside Community Resources
Northwest Side Housing Center
Palenque LSNA 
(formerly Logan Square Neighborhood Association)
Puerto Rican Agenda
Second Federal FCU
Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP)
Spanish Coalition for Housing
Spanish Community Center
The Resurrection Project

For more information on the Housing Acuerdo, contact José Marco-Paredes.