Cunningham Township Supervisor's Office
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THANK YOU URBANA!
Over 63% of Urbana voters said “yes” to support a tax levy increase for the poor. The increase represents about $3 more per month per household. As outlined in the Supervisor’s memo, this victory allows the Township to sustain core programs such as General Assistance, Rental Assistance, and Social Service Grants, while leveraging local funds with state and federal funds to continue to grow our programs and impact towards our goal of ending homelessness in Urbana.
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Cunningham Township Supervisor's Office provides a safety net for low-income households in Urbana. Funded by the residents of Urbana, we provide General Assistance, Rental Assistance, Transportation Assistance, Advocacy, and Grants to Social Service organizations serving Urbana residents.
We operate an internship and volunteer program and produce reports and policy briefs on addressing poverty and housing insecurity in Champaign County. Our elected Supervisor, Danielle Chynoweth, serves on the Champaign Urbana Public Health Board, by statute, and Housing Authority of Champaign County, by appointment by the City of Urbana. Read more about us.
Apply for Help
Live in Urbana, out of money, and making less than $600 a month?
Have a job but need help with rent?
Lost your job because of COVID and need help with rent or utilities?
Live in Urbana and need help?
- We can deliver food, toiletries, and stay at home provisions to low-income households in the Urbana area.
- We can direct you to resources in the community.
- Call: (217) 384-4144
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Check out: Resources During COVID
- Call 211 any time of day to be connected to a live operator for help.
- Want to help neighbors in need? Donate to our Angel Fund. 100% of funds pay directly for material needs for Urbana residents.
- Evictions are halted by the CDC through December 2020. You must present your landlord with a declaration. Learn more and print here.
- Utility shut-offs have started again! Learn more about how to prevent a Utility Shut-off.
- Housing Authority will not evict or terminate cases during this time.
- MTD is providing free bus rides.
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