INDIANA – In response to the resettlement of Afghan evacuees, the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) is partnering with federal and state agencies and a network of nonprofits to promote the housing resource IndianaHousingNow.org.
IHCDA is actively engaged with the Department of Homeland Security as well the Family and Social Services Administration to ensure the evacuees are able to find housing and other resources. Housing is a vital component of resettlement as evacuees leave Camp Atterbury and this partnership is an important key to ensure they can find all available rental properties in one centralized place.
IHCDA urges landlords to list their fair market units on Indiana Housing Now so that users can search units by the Indiana county in which they wish to live as they resettle and make the United States their home. This service is free to all landlords and renters and is an easy-to-use tool to promote stable housing in Indiana.
Affordable housing developments with funding from IHCDA are required to post their available units on this site. IHCDA strongly encourages and requests that all other Indiana landlords list their units as well to provide a centralized listing of housing availability.