IDHS manages both state-initiated grant programs and federal grants awarded to Indiana for homeland security initiatives. Additionally, IDHS works to connect entities across the state with even more resources and funds not managed by the agency. The IDHS Grant Resource Guide cites a few of those resources and informs Hoosiers about other grant programs that could be helpful in supporting public safety across Indiana.
State Grant Programs
Indiana offers several state-funded grants through a variety of programs vital to maintaining public safety throughout the state.
Federal Grant Programs
IDHS works to obtain federal grant funding each year through multiple sources, including the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Fire Administration and other federal organizations. Learn more below.
Disaster Mitigation and Recovery Grant Programs
Following a disaster, grant funding may be made available to individuals and communities to assist in the recovery process. Additionally, federal grant dollars may be earmarked to assist communities become more resilient and limit future damage from disasters through property buyout programs, safe room programs and more.