INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority and Corporation for Supportive Housing have announced the six teams that will be contributing to the 2019 Indiana Supportive Housing Institute. Each team will create a plan to produce a supportive housing development for homeless veterans or individuals experiencing homelessness.

Funding for the projects varies by type and include Rental Housing Tax Credits, Home Investment Partnerships Program and the Housing Trust Fund.

"Now in its 10th year, the Institute continues to be a great opportunity for organizations to develop detailed, individualized supportive housing plans," Indiana Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch said in a news release. "This year there is a specific focus on housing for homeless veterans and individuals experiencing chronic homelessness."

For a full list of the teams and their partner organizations, click here.