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A Place to Call Home: Strategies for Affordable and Accessible Housing
Booklet One: Rental Housing
Folleto Uno: Rental Housing
This booklet provides a summary of and contact information for Indiana's affordable and accessible rental housing programs that assist people with low incomes with and without disabilities.
Booklet Two: Homeownership
Folleto Dos: Propiedad de Vivienda
This booklet provides a summary of key funding sources and affordable homeownership programs that assist people with low incomes with and without disabilities.
Booklet Three: Home Modifications
Folleto Tres: Modificaciones de Vivienda
This booklet provides resources for finding competent professionals who do home modifications and sources of financial assistance.
Booklet Four: Fair Housing
Folleto Cuatro: Vivienda Justa
This booklet discusses the Consolidated plan, a five-year strategy for affordable housing and community development that determines access to HUD funding. This publication also discusses how people with disabilities can impact the Consolidated Plan.
Guardianship and Homeownership for People with Disabilities
Tutela y Propiedad de Vivienda para Personas con Discapacidades
This fact sheet provides a summary of the guardian's role in assisting a person with a disability to purchase a home.
Person Centered Planning & Homeownership
Planeación y Propiedad de Vivienda Centrado en la Persona
This fact sheet provides an explanation of how family, friends, and human service personnel can work together to help a person with a disability.
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