My Loved One is Incarcerated in IDOC - Housing Form
Illinois is taking precautions to stop the spread of COVID-19 in prisons. Although nothing is for certain, it is possible that one of these efforts will include releasing a SMALL number of people who are incarcerated.

Be aware that there will be many limitations on who might be released other than housing. We don't know who or how many people will be released. MOST people will NOT be released, even if they have housing. Please keep this in mind, including when talking to your loved one. However, individuals who are otherwise flagged for possible release might be more likely to be released if they have some where to go. At this point, it seems like elderly and medically vulnerable people who are serving nonviolent crimes are the most likely to be released.

If your loved one or family member is incarcerated in the Illinois Department of Corrections, and you are willing to have your loved one return to your home, please fill out the form below.

If you have more than one incarcerated loved one, please fill out a separate form for each person. If there are multiple addresses where your loved one can stay, please fill out a separate form for each address.


Please note that if your loved one will need to register on the Illinois Sex Offender Registry upon release, they may have housing restrictions (such as not living in a household with children under 18 and not living within 500 feet of a park, school, or daycare facility). For more information, please visit

This information is being gathered by the Illinois Prison Project; information gathered will be shared with other stakeholders to facilitate the purposes described above. For more information about our recommendations and work related to COVID-19, please visit
Boone Langley *
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Do you know where your loved one is currently incarcerated? (which institution)
What is your loved one's IDOC number? If you don't know it, please look it up here: *
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Agg batteryDo you know what crime they were convicted of?
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March 2021Do you know when your loved one's projected parole date is? If so, when is it?
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02/16/1990What is your loved one's date of birth?
29How old is your loved one?
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Does your loved one have health problems? What are they? Say as much as you know.
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Can your loved one live with you?
Can they stay with you for at least 6 months?
Do you have children under 18 years old living with you?
Do you live within 500 feet of a school, playground, or any other facility providing programs or services exclusively directed toward people under age 18?
NoDoes anyone who is currently on mandatory supervised release (i.e., parole) currently live in your home? If so, how is this person related to your loved one (for example, your loved one's brother or sister)?
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Has anyone from IDOC already contacted you about your loved one living with you?
What is your name? *
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How are you related to your loved one? (Please complete the sentence: He/She is my _______) *
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2176710743What is your phone number? *
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103 N.Clinton What is your address?
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This form was created inside of Illinois Prison Project.