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Casa Maravilla

1805 S Paulina St

Chicago Illinois 60608

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Amenties

  • On-Site Medical Staff
  • Chef Prepared Meals
  • Dietary Accommodations
  • Transportation Services
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry Service
  • 24-Hour Staff
  • Medication Management
  • Security
  • Planned Activities
  • Pet Friendly
  • Multiple Floor Plans
  • Private Rooms
  • Fitness Center
  • Activity Space
  • Theater Room
  • Beauty Salon
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Walking Paths
  • Free Wi-Fi

Living Types

  • Senior Living
  • Assisted Living
  • Independent Living
  • Memory Care
  • Nursing Home
  • At-Home Care
  • Respite Care

Description

What We Do

At The Resurrection Project, we believe that social change starts at the community level. When individuals feel safe and secure, they are more likely to invest in their community, making it a better

place for all. We support this development by providing services that stabilize and protect families, by helping them acquire assets and improve their financial health, and by mobilizing them to

advocate for long-lasting, positive change.
Help Families Build Financial Security

In order to build community wealth, we believe that it is our responsibility to support families so they can make financially sound decisions. We work with families to help them achieve financial

security and reach their goals by offering financial wellness workshops and services. Our programs help families improve their financial health by building credit, reducing debt, purchasing their

new home, avoiding foreclosure and much more.

Build Credit and Reduce Debt
Full Circle Homes, One-Stop Shop to Homeownership
Home Purchase Education and Advising
Affordable Mortgage Lending
Professional Realty Services
Homeowner Support and Foreclosure Prevention

Provide Access to Affordable Housing

By increasing access to affordable housing, we provide a solid foundation for families, making it easier for them to climb the economic ladder and build intergenerational wealth. We ensure

community stability by directly developing and managing properties which provide families access to affordable housing. We advocate for affordable housing while offering our residents a wide-

array of support services.

How to Rent a TRP apartment
TRP Rental Properties
FAQ’s on Affordable Housing
Housing Development and Preservation
Advocate for Quality Affordable Housing

Defend Immigrant Rights

We provide the tools and services necessary to navigate a complex immigration legal system, ensuring access to justice for immigrants. We strive to keep families together and protect the rights of

our most vulnerable community members. We advocate for immigration policies and offer high-quality legal screenings, representation, and bilingual trainings.

Immigration Legal Services
Leadership Development & Education
Advocate for Immigrant Rights

Inspire Collective Power

By working within coalitions and engaging community residents, we advocate for favorable housing, education, health, and immigration policies. We develop and train leaders to advocate for the

issues that are important to them and their communities.

Become a Community Leader
Participate in Civic Engagement
Educate and Advocate for Access to Health Services
Advocate and Offer Educational Opportunities
Strengthen Families Through Domestic Violence Counseling (HOPE)

For over 29 years, The Resurrection Project has been committed to its mission of creating community ownership, building community wealth, and serving as stewards of community assets in

Chicago’s southwest neighborhoods.

In 1990, Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood was blighted by neglect and violence. A small group of frustrated residents band together with the goal of restoring peace, safety, and prosperity to their

community. Six local parishes contributed a total of $30,000 in seed money, and soon The Resurrection Project was established.

A small grassroots organization at the time, TRP’s first initiatives revolved around organizing other residents and transforming them into inspired leaders who advocated for clean and peaceful

streets, safe and affordable housing, and quality education and community resources. With the purchase of our first property in 1991, we were able to expand our work and employ three

interdependent strategies—property management, real estate development, and financial services and education—to begin helping local residents build financial security and wealth.

The organization achieved a milestone success in 1999, when TRP was named the lead agency for Pilsen in LISC Chicago’s New Communities Program, a national comprehensive community

development model advocated by the Local Initiatives Support Corporation. As lead agency for Pilsen, TRP convened over a dozen neighborhood organizations and agencies to form the Pilsen

Planning Committee, whose Quality of Life Plan for Pilsen laid out a five-year revitalization plan for the community.

Today, our aspirations are broader, our impact farther-reaching. Since the early 2000s, our real estate development efforts have reached new levels of capacity: projects like Casa Puebla, a $14.8

million development that created 74 units of affordable housing, and Casa Maravilla, a $20 million development that created 72 units of affordable senior housing, have drastically transformed the

neighborhoods in which they are located. Through targeted investments in our communities, abandoned buildings and lots are now home to hundreds of residents, providing them with affordable

housing in a safe and inclusive environment.

Since our founding, The Resurrection Project has grown to secure $537 million in community investments through homes for ownership, rental housing, and community services throughout

Chicago’s southwest neighborhoods and the western suburbs. Through an innovative model that blends community development, advocacy, and human services, we continue the commitment of

our original founders—a commitment to revitalizing blighted neighborhoods and ensuring that the surrounding communities have access to the resources and tools necessary for their sustained

well-being.

Our History

Since its founding, The Resurrection Project has grown from a grassroots advocacy organization into a pillar of Chicago’s southwest communities. Learn about some of the major milestones that

have shaped our programs and services below.

Our Mission

To build relationships and challenge individuals to act on their faith, values, and ideals to create healthier communities.
Our Vision

Families and individuals have the increased capacity to reach their goals and improve their socio-economic status.

Our Core Values

Passion

Acting with faith, confidence and conviction to serve society.

Character

Operating with respect, professionalism, morals and ethics.

Commitment

Driven to go above and beyond the call of duty and obligation.

Our Guiding Principles

The origins of The Resurrection Project are modest, but the results are B.O.L.D given its leadership, confidence and courage to take risks and be innovative!

Bonds

Building relationships and forging alliances with multiple stakeholders to achieve mutually beneficial lasting impactful results.

Organization

The workplace environment is respectful, productive and dynamic and seeks professional growth for everyone to be most effective.

Leadership

A model leader goes above and beyond by inspiring open communication, motivating others, and setting the organization on the path to become best in class.

Dedication

Operating with dignity and integrity while holding yourself accountable to producing your best work and seizing relevant opportunities with urgency.

2010

Development of Casa Maravilla, La Casa Student Housing and Resource Center, and Health Sciences Career Academy

In its 20th year, TRP raises $20 million to construct 72 units of affordable senior housing & secures $8.9 million for the development of La Casa Student Housing and Resource Center in Pilsen.

After 6 years of helping program participants work towards post-secondary degrees, financial independence and professional development, the organization made the difficult decision to conclude

the housing portion of La Casa’s program in June of 2019. We are proud of all the remarkable accomplishments that our students have been able to achieve.

The organization partners with Instituto del Progreso Latino to open the Health Sciences Career Academy, which provides job training to urban youth.

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