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Analysis finds that Indiana’s housing affordability gap is growing

The housing affordability gap for Indiana’s minimum wage workers grew according to the latest “Out of Reach” report, finding that those Hoosiers would need to...

Homelessness increases slightly in Indianapolis, racial disparities persist

An annual census found 1,701 individuals experienced homelessness in Marion County on a single night in January, a five percent increase from last year. The number of...

Building a stronger, more compassionate Indianapolis: Homelessness and the biblical path forward

Indianapolis, our great city, boasts a rich history of resilience and grit. Like many urban centers across the nation, however, we grapple with homelessness...

New supportive housing units open on the near north side

By JILL SHERIDAN Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett at a press conference to announce the new units. (Photo provided/City of Indianapolis) More than 50 new apartments are open...

Indianapolis continues to receive historic federal investments in housing programs

By BENJAMIN THORP The City of Indianapolis announced on Tuesday that it received roughly $12 million to support homelessness and housing initiatives. The competitive federal funding...

We must protect veterans using vouchers to end homelessness

According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, on average, 17,000 new people enter homelessness every week in the United States. Sadly, this includes...

Transforming youth homelessness

Inside the Crane Bay Event Center Sept. 14, a group of donors experienced an experimental interactive art exhibit that depicts the stories and challenges of youth facing homelessness in Indianapolis.

New measure aims to reduce prison-to-homelessness pipeline

By JILL SHERIDAN Newly signed legislation aims to avoid the so-called prison-to-homelessness pipeline for people who end up in Indianapolis after incarceration.   The bill came out of a...

Indianapolis mayor announces $9.9 million federal award for housing and homelessness prevention

Indianapolis received $9.9 million in Continuum of Care funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to support community projects serving high-risk residents seeking affordable housing.

IndyRent returns: 6.8M available for Hoosiers facing eviction

IndyRent, the city's rental assistance program, will reopen for submissions April 27. The rebooting of IndyRent comes after a city-wide pause of rental assistance....
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