With the help of the Illinois Housing Development Authority’s (IHDA) Home Accessibility Program (HAP), Louvell and Catherine Houston were able to install a wheelchair ramp in their Chicago home that helped Louvell regain his mobility and independence. The Houston’s learned about the HAP program from their daughter Lovetta, who attended a resource fair at Olive-Harvey College in Chicago. Special thanks to Olive-Harvey College, the City Colleges of Chicago and Greg Grill UCP Seguin of Greater Chicago for their collaborative efforts to help make this story come to life.

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