INDIANA – Indiana officials are trying to help Hoosiers facing eviction access legal services.
The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority teamed up with the Indiana Bar Foundation to install 120 free-to-use kiosks across the state’s 92 counties.
The kiosks are free to use and allow people to fill out forms and connect with a legal navigator, who can provide guidance through the process, explained Jacob Sipe, executive director of the IHCDA.
“I think really the goal is to make sure it’s accessible for anyone who needs to go through or is going through any type of judicial process,” Sipe said.
At least one kiosk will be installed at public places such as libraries and courthouses in each county
Crews will install 120 legal kiosks statewide beginning this month.