Fact Sheet on Housing Struggles
Twenty local agencies that help open doors for people without homes or those at risk of becoming homeless will receive an infusion of $5.8 million to address the challenges made even more crucial during these tough times. That news came on September 2, 2009 from United Way of Central Indiana’s (UWCI) headquarters where Mayor Greg Ballard joined UWCI’s President and CEO Ellen K. Annala to announce grant recipients.The total funding includes $3.5 million from the city and $2.3 million from the state through the Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program under Title XII of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. These funds, issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, will help an estimated 2,044 households, according to United Way. These funds will begin to be distributed on October 1, 2009.
How Much Stimulus Money Was Received and How Will it be Spent?$3.5M from the City of IndianapolisFor individuals and families who are at risk of becoming homeless, the funds will help pay short and medium-term rental assistance, security and utility deposits, utility payments, moving cost assistance and motel/hotel vouchers.$2.3M from the State of IndianaFor those already homeless, the funds will be used to help arrange, coordinate, monitor and deliver housing-related services. That can include outreach and engagement, legal services, developing individualized housing plans, housing search and placement, and credit repair.Grantees are:1. Community Alliance of the Far Eastside Inc. – $265,000 2. Children’s Bureau Inc. - $227,000 3. Christamore House Family and Community Center - $240,000 4. Concord Neighborhood Center - $340,000 5. Fathers and Families Center - $240,000 6. Flanner House of Indianapolis Inc. - $303,000 7. Forest Manor Multi-Service Center Inc.- $280,000 8. Hawthorne Social Service Association Inc. - $370,000 9. HealthNet Inc. (Homeless Initiative Program) - $478,800 10.Horizon House - $433,860 11.HVAF of Indiana Inc. - $237,577 12. Indiana Legal Services Inc. - $100,000 13. John H. Boner Community Center – $265,000 14. Martin Luther King Community Center - $189,959 15. Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center - $370,000 16. Oasis Christian CDC - $181,930 17. PACE/OAR Inc. - $373,000 18. Southeast Community Services Inc. – $165,000 19. The Salvation Army Social Service Center - $467,070 20. Volunteers of America of Indiana Inc. - $330,000
How Many Citizens Will This Funding Impact?These funds, issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, will help an estimated 2,044 households, according to United Way.How Were the Funds Obtained?The funds were awarded throught the Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program under Title XII of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).Breakdown: $5.8M Total$3.5M from the City of Indianapolis$2.3M from the State of Indiana
Questions?Christie GillespieUnited Way of Central Indiana921-1283 firstname.lastname@example.org Camille HillUnited Way of Central Indiana921-1265 email@example.com