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$1.6 million awarded to Indiana programs that help people experiencing homelessness

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Posted at 8:24 AM, Mar 19, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-19 08:27:10-04

INDIANAPOLIS — On Wednesday, another round of grants were announced by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), totaling more than $118 million to fund 630 projects nationally.

Out of that money, Indiana received $1.6 million to support six Hoosier projects.

The State of Indiana was awarded over $23 million from the HUD in January, as well. Over 85 programs that assist individuals experiencing homelessness in Indiana were granted the money in the first round of funding.

HUD awarded the following grants across Indiana:

Community Mental Health Center / Ludlow Permanent Housing
Lawrenceburg

$126,264

Community Mental Health Center / Vevay I Permanent Housing
Lawrenceburg

$126,052

Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority / Brightpoint PSH Expansion
Indianapolis

$378,450

Oaklawn Psychiatric Center / Supportive Housing Turnock Group Home
Goshen

$119,368

Shalom Community Center, Inc. / Shalom Johnson Homes
Bloomington

$135,120

City of Indianapolis / 2020 HIP RRH Expansion
Indianapolis

$756,915

INDIANA TOTAL


$1,642,169

READ "$23.8 million awarded to Indiana homelessness programs" for more.