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IHCDA > About IHCDA > Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network

Get Help. Get Hope

The Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network (IFPN) was created to provide the thousands of Hoosiers who may be facing foreclosure with access to free and unbiased information and counseling.

Don't let the walls foreclose in on you.
Visit to educate yourself on the options available to assist you. A certified foreclosure specialist is also available by calling (877) GET-HOPE any day of the week between 8:00am and 8:00pm.

Click here for a list of mortgage foreclosure counseling resources.


Indiana Hardest Hit Fund (HHF)

The U.S. Department of the Treasury established the Housing Finance Agency Innovation Fund for the Hardest-Hit Markets in early 2010  to provide financial assistance to families in the states most impacted by the downturn of the housing market.  Subsequently on August 11, U.S. Treasury announced that Indiana received $83 million to help unemployed homeowners pay their mortgage. The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) will administer the program and use the funding to help families who have fallen behind on their mortgage loans due to the loss of employment.  Homeowners experiencing a financial hardship due to unemployment may begin submitting applications online or over the phone in early 2011.   Visit for more information on the Indiana HHF plan.