Housing - Community Organizations

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Bloomington Housing Authority

Websitehttp://www.bhaindiana.net
Address1007 North Summitt Street
Bloomington, IN 47404
Description

 

The BHA was established in 1961 and the first development of affordable housing units was completed in 1968. Currently, the BHA employs a staff of 30 employees and provides housing assistance to over 2,500 Monroe County households each year. The BHA operates three affordable housing communities and provides more than 1,300 Housing Choice Vouchers, also known as Section 8, that allow income eligible families to rent in the private market. Along with housing assistance, the BHA maintains active service coordination programs including the Family Self-Sufficiency Program and Step Up Program.

ContactAmber Gress
agress [at] blha.net
812-339-3491
Year Established1961
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Bloomington Restorations, Inc. (BRI)

Websitehttp://www.bloomingtonrestorations.org/
Address2920 E. Tenth St.
Bloomington, IN 47408
Description

 

 

BRI is a private not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Bloomington and old neighborhoods. Bloomington Restorations, Inc. (BRI) strengthens communities by saving, restoring, and promoting buildings, sites and places important to the diverse heritage of Bloomington and Monroe County, and develops and promotes affordable housing.

Contactbri [at] BloomingtonRestorations.org
336-0909
Incorporation StatusIncorporated
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Foster International Living Learning Center

Websitehttp://www.rps.indiana.edu/fosterrescenter.cfml
Address1000 North Fee Lane
Bloomington, IN 47406
Description

 

Foster is an air-conditioned, coed residence hall is made up of five separate residential buildings (Harper, Martin, Magee, Jenkinson and Shea) and a public building housing a food court. Mostly double rooms and some single rooms are available. It houses the Global Village LLC and Foster International LLC

Contactfostectr [at] indiana.edu
855-1408
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Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County

Websitehttp://www.monroecountyhabitat.org/
Address213 E. Kirkwood Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47408
Description

 

Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County promotes home ownership by building houses in partnership with families in need of adequate housing. Our mission is to build simple, decent homes for people in need with no interest, no profit.

Contacthabitat [at] MonroeCountyHabitat.org
(812) 331-4069
Year Established1988
Incorporation StatusIncorporated
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Housing and Urban Development/Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Program

Address455 S Landmark Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47403
Description

 

The HUD_VASH Program provides permanent housing to homeless veterans through a partnership with the local housing authority.

ContactMaryjane McNabb, MSW, LCSW
maryjane.mcnabb [at] va.gov
812-336-5723
Additional Contact877-683-0865
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Monroe County Apartment Association (MCAA)

Websitehttp://www.mcaaonline.org
AddressP.O. Box 202
Bloomington, IN 47402
Description

 

Monroe County Apartment Association Mission Statement: The MCAA's mission is to serve the interests of and maintain a high level of professionalism within the single and multi-family housing industry (its owners, developers, managers, staff and suppliers of products and services) to better serve the rental housing needs of the public.

Contactdirector [at] mcaaonline.org
331-RENT (7368)
Additional ContactAaron Stolberg (President)
doughorn [at] hpiu.com
812-339-4676
Incorporation StatusIncorporated
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Monroe County Building Association

Websitehttp://www.mcbaindiana.org/
Address3901 E. Hagan St, Suite H
Bloomington, IN 47401
Description

The MCBA is an association dedicated to the belief that all Americans should have the right to fulfill their dream of home ownership.

ContactJordyn McIntyre (Director)
geninfo [at] mcbaindiana.org
(812) 332-7480
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Monroe House Assisted Living Facility

Websitehttp://www.enlivant.com/communities/indiana/monroe-place-bloomington
Address2770 South Adams Street
Bloomington, IN 47403
Description

Located on the corner of Tapp Road and Adams Street.

At Monroe Place, we provide thoughtful, compassionate care in a warm, lively senior living community. We develop individual care plans to meet the needs of each resident, and a full-time registered nurse is available 24 hours a day to provide clinical oversight and coordination of care. Our residents engage in a variety of stimulating activities, such as tai chi, walking club, dances, religious services, music programs, art classes, and book club. We also offer invigorating outdoor activities and cookouts in our two courtyards and covered gazebo. We are a pet-friendly community. For high quality assisted living in Bloomington, schedule a visit to Monroe Place today.

ContactJack Callison (Chief Executive Officer)
(812) 778-3725
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New Hope Family Shelter

Websitehttp://newhopefamilyshelter.org/
AddressPO Box 154
Bloomington, IN 47402
Description

New Hope Family Shelter’s mission is to provide temporary shelter for homeless families in Bloomington and Monroe County and, in collaboration with other agencies, to help those families regain housing by addressing the problems that led to homelessness. The shelter provides accommodation for up to six families at a time for up to 90 days each while our case manager and director works with those families in daily contact and weekly conferences.

ContactElaine Guinn (Executive Director)
newhope [at] nhfsinc.org
812-334-9840
Incorporation StatusIncorporated
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Tenant Assistance Project

Websitehttp://law.indiana.edu/what/professional-careers/experiential-education/projects/tenant.shtml
AddressIndiana University Maurer School of Law - Bloomington
211 S. Indiana Ave
Bloomington, IN 47405
Description

 

IU Maurer School of Law students work out of Bloomington's Justice Building to assist tenants who face an immediate threat of eviction. TAP offers quality, one time legal information, advice, and representation at the Justice Building. The program does not provde legal help or referrals during other times.

ContactJennifer Prusak (Faculty Advisor)
jennifer.prusak [at] ilsi.net
(812) 339-7668
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