HELPING TENANTS AND LANDLORDS

The state of Indiana wants to help tenants stay in their homes and help property owners run their rental businesses.

Hoosier Housing Help was developed by the Indiana Supreme Court to connect residents statewide with federal funds and assistance programs for rent support.

By partnering with organizations and advocates that provide for communities and individuals, we work to ensure housing stability for all Hoosiers.

Share resources for rental assistance and legal aid

Emergency rental assistance applications

The 2021 CARES Act provided Indiana with Emergency Rental Assistance Funds through the Dept. of the Treasury which are available now through Sept. 2022. The 2021 American Rescue Plan Act provided additional funds available now through Sept. 2025.

Fast-track facilitation request

Free settlement conferences with landlords, tenants and a neutral facilitator allow all parties to discuss the situation and explore solutions.

List of legal aid and other related resources

The state of Indiana has a number of programs and agencies that support those in need of assistance with housing, legal and social services.

Review Indiana ERA Manual

See a reference guide for Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority’s (“IHCDA’s”) implementation of the Federal Emergency Rental Assistance program.

Download shareable Hoosier Housing Help fact sheets and flyers

Spread the word about Hoosier Housing Help by downloading these easy to share items to hand out to renters and landlords or post on your social media channels. Plus connect with us @HoosierHousing for the latest materials and program updates.

Connect those in need with Indiana 2-1-1 for further aid

2-1-1 is a free and confidential service that helps Hoosiers find the local resources they need. Dial 2-1-1 to connect with a navigator 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.