Mid Central Community Action cares for all community members. In 1998, we recognized the need to provide permanent, supportive housing for formerly homeless individuals with disabilities. From this need, Mayors Manor was born – a 26-unit apartment complex that helps combat homelessness in McLean County.

We know that homelessness can happen for a multitude of reasons. Whether you have experienced mental illness, physical disability, drug or alcohol addiction, domestic violence, loss of income, loss of home due to natural disaster or discrimination, a lack of support after incarceration or rehabilitation, or any other adversity, you are welcome here. 

Some residents stay for a short time and are able to grow into a new stage in life, others love Mayors Manor so much that we have long term residents as well, some have been with us nearly 20 years.

Our program not only includes safe and stable housing, but also offers community engagement, classes, outings, and celebrations for our residents.

Many of our residents have never had their own place, nor would they be able to, without our programs. Mid Central Community Action is proud to provide a permanent supportive housing experience in a kindhearted community.  Our staff empowers individuals to thrive by employing case management, teaching independent living skills and offering group and community engagement activities. 

We know Mid Central Community Action has built something beautiful when our residents describe the Mayors Manor community as a family. We can’t wait to meet you!

For more information about how we combat homelessness, or Mayors Manor, call (309) 834-9271.

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Did you know…

  • 582,462 individuals are experiencing homelessness in America, an increase of about 2,000 people since the last complete census conducted in 2020.
  • About 30 percent of people without homes are experiencing chronic patterns of homelessness. This means they’ve been without homes for more than 12 months or have experienced extended periods of homelessness over the past three years.
  • There are roughly 1,500 individuals experiencing homelessness in the Central Illinois region.