We hope this message finds you well. We at Home of Hope want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your interest in our organization's housing services. We understand the challenges and difficulties many renters face and appreciate your trust in us to provide a safe and comfortable place to call home.
However, we regret to inform you that Home of Hope does not have any available housing options at this time. Due to the high demand for rentals in the region, our current homes have been rented out. This overwhelming response truly reflects the need for affordable housing, and we are actively working towards expanding our services to meet this growing demand.
Despite this temporary setback, please know that we are committed to assisting renters in their search for suitable housing solutions. We understand the importance of finding a place that feels like home, and we want to support you in any way we can during this process.
To help ease the burden, we will regularly update our website with available housing options and other valuable resources. Our dedicated team is actively collaborating with local partners and organizations to identify suitable housing opportunities for individuals and families in need. By checking our website regularly, you can stay informed about the latest housing listings and beneficial resources that may assist you in securing a rental.
Please stay tuned to our website for updates on available housing options. We truly appreciate your understanding and patience during these challenging times.
With warm regards,
Township Trustees can assist those in needs by distributing relief and connecting residents to helpful resources when necessary. To connect to your township trustee, visit:
Marion County Public Health Department
The Marion County Public Health Department has the Housing and Neighborhood Health Department. Housing and Neighborhood Health strives to improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods through code enforcement and education efforts related to occupied structures, vacant structures and sanitation conditions. If you believe you are living in unsafe conditions, you can submit a complaint here: https://mcphdredcap.hhcorp.org/surveys/?s=EXF3EXKN9E
Our CEO LaMar Holliday is a realtor and real estate investor in Indianapolis. Throughout his real estate career, he sees first-hand the need for affordable housing and resources for underserved communities. These inequities impacted him to form Home of Hope Indy, a nonprofit focused on providing opportunities for safe, secure, affordable housing and life resources for underserved communities.
Home of Hope Indy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing opportunities for a safe, affordable and secure home to those in need by sharing our resources of compassion, care and support. Our mission is to empower individuals and families in our community with the resources they need to create lasting stability and self-sufficiency. We provide short-term and long-term housing, life skills classes and job training to help those in need get back on their feet. We strive to make a meaningful difference in their lives and the lives of those around us.
Your donation will provide help and hope to those looking to be self-sufficient and want a better opportunity for themselves and their family. No donation is too big or too small to assist those in need of housing and resources.