The IL Statewide Referral Network is a partnership of State
agencies and social service providers that allows for the
pairing of households with available housing units.
This self-paced class takes you through the needed components of how to join as a service partner, effectively use the PAIR Module, support households in the process of obtaining housing, along with other details pertaining to your role.
This glossary provides guidance on becoming a service partner.
A user guide for Case Managers.
If you are interested in becoming a Statewide Referral Network (SRN) Service Partner.
Each staff member who will assist participant in applying for housing must listen to or participate in a new user training session and submit a new user agreement to Emphasys, the entity that manages the SRN database called the PAIR Module. Please see the instructions below.
If hearing a recorded new user onboarding session works best for you, select one option below:
Virtual sessions will be offered the second Thursday of every month at 10AM CT in 2024. Click on the link below, select the date you prefer, and then register:
You can also complete this user agreement guide, which should be signed by yourself and your supervisor, and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Statewide Referral Network Fact Sheet gives information for Service Providers About Properties Supported by IHDA Resources
Click here to view available SRN units. If you serve a household interested in any, please add an SRN application if they do not have one yet or add the appropriate County to their list of options if this is not yet included.
View information on the Section 811 Rental Assistance Program
This self-paced class takes you through the needed components of listing units in the SRN Database/PAIR Module, the referral process, reasonable accommodations and the waiver process.
For more information on the Illinois Statewide Referral Network visit IHDA's SRN Page
Navigation Information on IHDA's SRN Page: Visit Property Owners, Managers, & Other Partners – IHDA and click on the Program Administration and Physical Inspections (PAPI) tab
Resources for Community Members:
Visit the link below to learn more about rights of people with disabilities when applying for housing or while living in housing.
If you are in search for affordable housing, please visit www.ilhousingsearch.org