CSH is excited to announce its seventh Indiana Supportive Housing Institute (“The 2016 Institute”). To date, the first six Institutes have graduated teams that now have over 1400 supportive housing units underway throughout Indiana.
The 2016 Institute will address creating supportive housing to meet the needs of persons experiencing chronic homelessness, persons with high medical vulnerability, frequent users of emergency systems of care, and families experiencing homelessness – as further defined within the 2016 IPSHI RFP.
CSH and IHCDA will provide an Institute Orientation webinar for prospective RFP respondents on November 6, 2015 from 10:00-11:30 a.m. EST.
Click here to register for this webinar.
The 2016 Institute will help supportive housing partners learn how to navigate the complex process of developing housing with support services and is expected to reduce the time it takes to obtain funding for supportive housing by improving the planning and development processes. Consideration will be given to both integrated housing (with 25% of the housing set aside for supportive housing) and 100% supportive housing developments.
The 2016 Institute will provide targeted training, technical assistance, and the opportunity to apply for pre-development financing to both new and experienced development teams.
Teams will receive over 80 hours of training including individualized technical assistance and resources to assist in completing their projects. In addition, industry experts, including staff from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) , will provide insight on property management, financing, and building design.
Please review the Indiana Permanent Supportive Housing Institute Request for Proposals prior to completing the Institute Application.
Questions: If you have questions, please contact Megan Maxwell-Ranjbar at 317-632-5874 or firstname.lastname@example.org.