If you have schizophrenia and depend on supportive housing, you could soon be on the streets again. That's because a program that funded housing for mentally ill people is a victim of the budget stalemate.
Illinois is about to enter its fourth month without a spending plan because Gov. Bruce Rauner and the Democrat-led General Assembly can't agree on a range of fiscal issues.
As a result, funding ended for the Department of Human Services' Permanent Supportive Housing program.