Information Resources: HOMEHaving a stable and safe place to live
A safe and sheltered space is fundamental to everyone's health and well-being. Unfortunately, the destructive nature of substance use disorders can often lead to a housing crisis or homelessness. Provided here are a list of resources that can help connect you with housing and housing supportive services.
Jacob Sipe, Executive Director
Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA)
A list of homeless and emergency shelters in Indiana.
This program provides eligible households vouchers to help pay the rent on privately owned homes of their choosing.
This site provides Indiana residents a way to search for affordable rental units throughout the state.
The state offers homebuyers programs that assist Hoosiers wishing to purchase a home with making down payments, getting low interest rate loans and offering a tax credit.
The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) helps qualifying Hoosiers pay their heat and electric bills.
The Individual Development Account (IDA) program assists low-moderate income Hoosiers attain their goals of homeownership, higher education and small-business start-up through matched-savings incentives and financial education.
The Owner-Occupied Repair (OOR) program provides opportunities for qualifying Indiana homeowners to receive assistance in order to make much needed repairs to their homes.
The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) provides energy conservation measures to reduce the utility bills of low-income Hoosiers across the state.
INARR's mission is to support persons in recovery from addiction by improving their access to quality recovery residences in Indiana through standards, support services, placement, education, research and advocacy.
Oxford House is a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. In its simplest form, an Oxford House describes a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Parallel to this concept lies the organizational structure of Oxford House, Inc.
If you're an Indiana homeowner who's fallen behind on your mortgage payments due to an involuntary loss of employment or reduction in employment income, we want to help you stay in your home.
Founded in 1993, Partners In Housing is the largest provider of permanent supportive housing in Indianapolis. With 12 apartment communities, we provide several affordable housing options, combined with supportive services, to people who most need a stable place to live.
The vision of INHP is that every person in Indianapolis should have the opportunity to live in a safe, decent and affordable home in a vibrant neighborhood.
The Indianapolis Continuum of Care (CoC) consists of more than 60 nonprofit and for-profit organizations to impact homelessness. Further, the CoC collaborates with agencies and coalitions in order to find the intersections between homelessness and other social issues.