Indianapolis Community Plan to End Homelessness: 2018-2023

 

We believe everyone has a right to be housed and connected to care.

The Indianapolis community’s vision to end homelessness is, “We believe everyone has a right to be housed and connected to care.” Come back in July to access the Indianapolis Community Plan to End Homelessness: 2018-2023!

The Indianapolis Continuum of Care, CHIP, and community partners work together to develop a comprehensive plan to prevent and end homelessness. In 2010, the Federal government created the first national comprehensive plan to prevent and end homelessness called Opening Doors. Indianapolis’ community plan supports strategies outlined in Opening Doors and was created by local public agencies, community partners, advocates, and individuals who are homeless or formerly homeless.

 

Population Strategic Plans

The solutions to homelessness require the examination of the needs of special populations. In alignment with the federal Opening Doors plan, Indianapolis identified four key populations that need specific strategies to prevent and end their homelessness:

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Ending Family Homelessness

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Ending Youth Homelessness

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Ending Veteran Homelessness

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Ending Chronic Homelessness

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