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The Indiana Supportive Housing Institute is an important element of the Indiana Permanent Supportive Housing Initiative (IPSHI), which was launched by IHCDA and the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) in 2008 to further the strategy to end long-term and recurring homelessness. The focus is on funding lasting solutions instead of stop-gap programs. Since the initiative began, seven classes of teams have graduated, resulting in over over 1,400 permanent supportive housing units added or under development in the state. This has helped to contribute to a significant (38%) reduction in chronic homelessness in Indiana.
For questions about the 2017 Institute, please contact: Kathie Vida at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institute helps supportive housing partners learn how to navigate the complex process of developing housing with supportive services to prevent and end homelessness. The process is intended to reduce the time it takes to obtain funding for supportive housing by improving the planning and development process.
Upon completion, participants in the Institute will have:
*Developments completing the 2017 Institute are not eligible to apply for Rental Housing Tax Credits ("RHTC") through IHCDA’s Qualified Allocation Plan ("QAP"). Instead, projects developed through this Institute will be eligible to request IHCDA grant funding sources, specifically HOME and Housing Trust Fund ("HTF").