Lt. Gov. Crouch, IHCDA, CSH announce 2024 Supportive Housing Institute Teams

Indiana Supportive Housing Institute celebrates 16th year

INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 30, 2024) – Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA), and Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) have announced the four teams selected to participate in the 2024 Indiana Supportive Housing Institute.

The Supportive Housing Institute is a premier workshop experience that helps housing developers, service providers, property managers and community-based organizations jumpstart supportive housing projects that combine affordable housing with access to supportive services. The Institute sessions outline evidence-based practical steps towards implementing supportive housing developments targeted to communities in Indiana. The teams were selected through a competitive process.

"The Institute continues to be an intentional opportunity for organizations to develop detailed, individualized supportive housing plans," said Lt. Gov. Crouch, Indiana's Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development. "Past participants have experienced great success applying the Institute's training to development in their communities and we are excited to continue encouraging dynamic projects in 2024."

This year marks the 16th year of the Indiana Supportive Housing Institute and the ongoing partnership between IHCDA and CSH to bring more affordable supportive housing across the state for individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

"The Indiana Supportive Housing Institute is an opportunity for IHCDA to promote housing stability for those experiencing homelessness," said Jacob Sipe, executive director of IHCDA. "It’s important that IHCDA and our partners align affordable housing developments to the current needs in communities. We congratulate the teams selected for the Institute, and look forward to collaborating with them to advance supportive housing in the state."

Below is a list of organizations participating in this year’s Institute:

Lake Park, Indiana (Lake County)

  • Northwest Indiana Community Action (NWICA): team lead, owner, co-developer and property management entity
  • Gratus Development: co-developer
  • Regional Care Group & Regional Health Systems: supportive services providers

Indianapolis, Indiana (Marion County)

  • KCG Companies: owner and developer
  • KCG Residential, LLC: property management entity
  • Adult & Child Health: supportive services provider

Indianapolis, Indiana (Marion County)

  • Collins Housing Solutions, LLC: owner and co-developer
  • T&H Investments: co-developer
  • Herron Property Management: property management entity
  • Horizon House: supportive services provider

Muncie, Indiana (Delaware County)

  • Radiant Community Development Corp.: owner and developer
  • Herron Property Management: property management entity
  • Muncie Mission Ministries & Open Door Health Services: supportive services providers
  • The City of Muncie: community partner

"CSH is thrilled to partner with IHCDA for another year of the Supportive Housing Institute, a display of our shared values and commitment to increase the supply of affordable and supportive housing in Indiana," said Lori Phillips-Steele, Director of CSH Indiana. "This work is critical in helping individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness across the state to receive crucial services and quality housing."

Over the next few months, these teams will work closely with IHCDA and CSH through targeted training and group exercises incorporating CSH’s Quality Supportive Housing Standards. Teams will also receive technical assistance and be presented with pre-development financing opportunities. The Institute will culminate with teams presenting their final plans to CSH, IHCDA and Institute sponsors.

Following graduation from the Institute, each lead organization can apply for funding through IHCDA’s LIHTC program.


The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA), chaired by Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, provides housing opportunities, promotes self-sufficiency and strengthens communities in order to build an Indiana with a sustainable quality of life for all Hoosiers in the community of their choice. For more information, visit: in.gov/ihcda.

Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) advances affordable and accessible housing aligned with services by advocating for effective policies and funding, equitably investing in communities, and strengthening the supportive housing field. Since our founding in 1991, CSH has been the only national nonprofit intermediary focused solely on increasing the availability of supportive housing. Over the course of our work, we have created more than 467,600 units of affordable and supportive housing and distributed more than $1.5 billion in loans and grants. Our workforce is central to accomplishing this work. We employ approximately 170 people across 30 states and U.S. Territories. As an intermediary, we do not directly develop or operate housing but center our approach on collaboration with a wide range of people, partners, and sectors. For more information, visit https://www.csh.org.   

Ian Hauer, Director of Marketing & Communications, IHCDA

Jesse Dean, CSH


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