Indiana Awarded $19M in Homeless Care Grants

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Ben Carson is secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Ben Carson is secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
INDIANAPOLIS -

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $19 million in Continuum of Care grants to help fight homelessness throughout the state. The funding will support 95 programs to provide housing and support services to individuals and families facing homelessness.

The funding is part of $2 billion being awarded to more than 7,300 local homeless housing and service programs throughout the country.

"HUD stands with our local partners who are working each and every day to house and serve our most vulnerable neighbors," said HUD Secretary Ben Carson. “We know how to end homelessness and it starts with embracing a housing-first approach that relies upon proven strategies that offer permanent housing solutions to those who may otherwise be living in our shelters and on our streets."

HUD Midwest Regional Administrator Joseph Galvan says the funding is "critical" in the department's efforts to end homelessness in Indiana. 

The grant recipients include: 

  • 2017 Family RRH - ­­­­­$49,747
  • 2017 IN 502 Planning Grant - $500,000
  • 2017 Permanent Housing - $97,817
  • 2017 Scattered Site PSH - $85,826
  • 2017 Scattered Site PSH II - $126,178
  • 2018 Adult and Child New Beginnings RRH - $175,611
  • 2018 Adult and Child PH I - $250,549
  • 2018 Adult and Child SPC - $76,563
  • 2018 CHIP Coordinated Entry - $136,878
  • 2018 CHIP HMIS - $122,160
  • 2018 CHIP HMIS 2 - $73,265
  • 2018 CHIP Planning Grant - $190,811
  • 2018 Coburn Place Rapid Re-Housing 2 - $129,482
  • 2018 Coburn Place Rapid Re-Housing 2 Expansion Project - $49,689
  • 2018 Coburn Place Rapid Re-Housing and Advocacy - $92,928
  • 2018 Damien Center - $404,376
  • 2018 Englewood - $93,996
  • 2018 Healthnet/HIP Dowe Legacy - $132,288
  • 2018 HIP Rapid Re-Housing - $272,580
  • 2018 HIP Rapid Re-Housing Expansion Project - $252,658
  • 2018 Julian Center 34 North - $195,614
  • 2018 Midtown Community Health Adult SPC - $439,230
  • 2018 Midtown Sherman Forest - $413,282
  • 2018 Midtown Wellness Expansion Project - $54,238
  • 2018 Midtown Wellness Project - $228,381
  • 2018 Partners in Housing - Transitioning to RRH - $155,340
  • 2018 Partners In Housing Threshold - ########
  • 2018 Salvation Army Barton Center - $145,512
  • ABW Rapid Rehousing 2017 - $133,136
  • Aliveness Project of NWI, Inc. - $246,983
  • Aurora Evansville Shelter Plus Care Program - $143,568
  • Batesville II PSH - $320,125
  • Batesville PSH - $113,540
  • Blue River Stepping Stone Apartments - $54,888
  • Bridges Supportive Housing - $148,786
  • Caldwell House PH - $44,172
  • Catholic Charities - $472,502
  • Cedars Hope I - $89,384
  • Centerstone Dunn Supportive Housing SPC - $115,912
  • Chapman West Plains - $130,087
  • Community Younity Center - $74,566
  • Continuum of Care Network of NWI RRH - $256,214
  • Coordinated Access SSO 2017 - $114,000
  • Crawford Homes - $418,109
  • Creekview - $182,332
  • ECHO Village - $309,921
  • Edgewater Scattered Site - $204,833
  • HMIS BOS 2017 - $579,912
  • Housing Links - $83,139
  • IHCDA S+C II - $630,638
  • IHCDA S+C III - $432,410
  • Indiana Shelter Plus Care Brightpoint - $338,617
  • Integrated Permanent Supportive Housing I - $405,511
  • Jackson Street Commons - $175,533
  • Johnson Homes - $425,532
  • JUMPSTART RRH - $212,589
  • Kosciusko County Rapid Rehousing - $82,775
  • Kosciusko County RRH Expansion - $80,196
  • Lawrenceburg PSH - $89,305
  • Lawrenceburg Shelter Plus Care - $226,798
  • Limestone PSH - $116,530
  • Lincoln West Apartments - $98,575
  • LTHC Rapid Re-Housing - $233,104
  • LTHC Union Place PSH Apartments - $390,360
  • Lucas Place II - $208,675
  • Lucas Place Permanent Supportive Housing - $104,048
  • Ludlow Permanent Housing - $124,309
  • Mainstream II - $166,314
  • Martinsville Plaza Apartments - $41,125
  • McCord Rapid Rehousing - $62,877
  • Mental Health Association in Vigo County - $55,298
  • New Start Scattered Site Housing - $256,371
  • Park Center Permanent Supportive Housing - $278,962
  • Perm 4 - $183,703
  • Perm 5 - $243,674
  • Phoenix 2018-2019 - $129,877
  • Porter Starke Supportive Housing - $234,036
  • PSH AMAA - $125,568
  • PSH Renewal 2017 - $236,696
  • Rapid ReHousing - $118,058
  • Regional Mental Health Center Shelter Plus Care - $123,318
  • Renaissance 16 - $123,969
  • Rental Assistance II - $167,734
  • SCCMHC S+C - $82,126
  • South Shore Commons - $335,317
  • Stepping Stones, Inc. - $80,273
  • Supportive Housing Rental Assistance - $385,100
  • Supportive Housing Turnock Group Home - $117,052
  • TH-RRH/PH for Victims of Domestic Violence - Elkhart - $52,088
  • TH-RRH/PH for Victims of Domestic Violence -SJC - $73,758
  • TH-RRH/PH for Victims of Domestic Violence(2) -SJC - $75,854
  • Vevay I PSH - $124,164
  • Vevay II PSH - $61,795
  • Vision 1505 - $411,871
  • YOUnity Village - $226,969
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