IHCDA provides housing opportunities, promotes self-sufficiency, and strengthens communities. We create and preserve housing for Indiana’s most vulnerable population and promote place-based initiatives that provide Hoosiers opportunities to improve their quality of life.
Relation to the State Government: Under Lt. Governor’s Direct Supervision
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The IHFA is established.
IHFA begins multifamily financing.
IHFA changes its name to the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority.
82 of 92 counties in the State of Indiana experience severe flooding and are declared federal disaster areas.
IHCDA administers numerous stimulus programs designed for economic recovery.
IHCDA administers numerous programs focused on housing stability during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Total Financing Provided
Rental Units Created Since 1978
Homeowners Served Since 1978
Source: NCSHA Factbook
Indiana Permanent Supportive Housing Institute
In 2008, IHCDA and CSH launched the annual Indiana Permanent Supportive Housing Institute to create housing with wraparound services for the most vulnerable unhoused Hoosiers. Teams consisting of developers, property managers, and service providers receive over 80 hours of training and have access to funding to each develop a unique project concept.
Reduction in the number of chronically homeless individuals in Indiana: 40%
As we recover from the pandemic, housing stability will be a main priority as we move forward and create a safe place for Hoosiers to live. At all stages of life, housing security is critical for success. Our goal for the next several years is to promote self-sufficiency and housing opportunities to strengthen communities.
Felicia was able to purchase a home for herself and her teenage daughter after learning about the homeownership programs through IHCDA. Because of the services provided by IHCDA, Felicia was able to make her dream of being a homeowner a reality
The Queen sisters at Four Rivers
The Queen sisters reside in a property managed by Four Rivers, which provides them the ability to live with each other and in their hometown, with close proximity to family. It has been a wonderful experience for the staff and families involved to keep the Queen sisters together, and secure housing stability to ensure future success.
Billy Young was homeless until he found a permanent home at Crawford Apartments in Bloomington, Indiana. He restores bicycles and donates them to persons experiencing homelessness. He is extremely humble and downplays the work he does and time he devotes to helping others. He even hand-made a sign beside his front door which reminds him every time he leaves his apartment:. “I WILL HELP SOMEONE TODAY. NO EXCUSE”; and that is exactly what he does.