Indiana Rental Assistance Applications Now Open
Hoosiers in need of help paying their rent can now apply to the state for assistance.
Households are eligible if at least one person qualifies for unemployment, had income loss during the pandemic, incurred significant costs or experienced a financial hardship over the last year.
The household income must also be no more than 80 percent of the area median income – for a family of four, that’s about $58,000.
Applications are now available at IndianaHousingNow.org for people in most counties.
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However, Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority Director Jacob Sipe said there are also local rental assistance programs.
Sipe said people who live there must apply for help via their local governments, not through the state’s application.