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Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority

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Ramps are one of the most common modifications made or requested by homeowners with a member who has a mobility impairment or is a user of a wheelchair. Ramps can accommodate a broad range of physical needs and requirements, increase safety and reduce the risk of falling, and can help maintain a person’s independence. They allow for aging-in-place in the home.

However, with an average ramp installation price ranging between $1,000-$1,500, many people are unable to install them. Ramp Up Indiana provides grants to not-for-profit organizations for the installation of exterior ramps to homes occupied by people who need to improve the accessibility of their home. Through this program it is estimated that 150-200 ramps will be built throughout Indiana.

How To Apply

Click here to access the application. (updated April 3, 2017)

Click here to access the appendices. (added April 15, 2016)

Click here to access the policy. (updated April 3, 2017)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently Asked Questions (updated March 28, 2017)

Press Releases

March 17 - State Housing Finance Agency launches Ramp Up Indiana

Resources

Ramp Up Rules and Regulations Guidance

Warranty Template

Brochure (updated December 7, 2016)

Ramp Up Program Overview