Emergency Rental Assistance Program
Anyone that needs rental assistance, who is not currently receiving it from another source, should consider applying to this new program if they meet the eligibility requirements, found here.
Click Here to Access The Assistance Portal
INHP Rent-focused mortgage lending
It’s not uncommon for renters to begin exploring homeownership only to be stopped by their credit challenges. Even if they are committed to paying their rent bill each month, people can get stuck in long-term rental situations because of their imperfect credit.
At INHP, we are determined to find innovative ways to help families reach their goals, especially when we know there are successful renters who are capable of being successful homeowners when given the opportunity.
Indy Renter Help
Emergency Youth Shelter | Stopover, Inc
Call our 24-Hour Crisis Line 317.635.9301. Stopover provides safe shelter, supportive services, and housing to unaccompanied youth and young adults experiencing homelessness in Indianapolis.
City Life / Vida Urbana
Read about how a few tenants organizing in 1973 prevented evictions and became a force for low-income housing in Boston.
Learn about how BASTA in California pioneered having tenants take their cases to Jury trial to even the odds in court.
Internet Resources for Low-Income Families in Indianapolis
This resource provides detailed information on your local organizations that provide discounted distance learning devices, remote learning programs, and free wireless internet access in Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Low Income Housing
Find affordable rentals & housing options for low income families and individuals.
CHIP Handbook of Help
Indianapolis Tenant Hotline (Marion County residents only)
This new tenant initiative provides legal information about tenant's rights, and makes referrals to legal aid, when appropriate:
Hotline: (317) 327-2228 (2ACT)
IndyRent Assistance Portal
Many people in Indianapolis have suffered economically due to the COVID-19 crisis. Are you having a hard time paying rent? The Indianapolis Rental Assistance Program might be able to help.
Tenant Legal Assistance Project
This hotline assists low-income tenants who live in Marion County and are facing legal questions about eviction, habitability and other tenant-landlord issues. Legal assistance is offered by phone every Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1pm.
DSA Housing For All
Has a campaign of supporting tenants across Indiana. Click "learn More" below to view resources listed for tenants.
KC Tenants - COVID Organizing Toolkit
KC Tenants, an organization led by a multiracial, anti-racist, multigenerational base of poor and working class tenants in Kansas City, created a detailed toolkit to help tenants organize, no matter your previous experience with organizing. Get information about what is a tenant union and how to start organizing one. You can find the organizing toolkit below.
New Tool for Renters and Landlords