Reentering the community from the criminal justice system is a difficult process made even more difficult for those who become homeless and unemployed due to lack of a network, or a support system. Housing instability and unemployment are risk factors that can have a profound impact on a person’s ability to succeed. It is common for Justice-Involved Individuals to not have access to safe or stable housing. In an effort to better address the housing needs of Justice-Involved Individuals, IHDA provides funding to support the acquisition, new construction, and/or rehabilitation of non-traditional housing models that serve Justice-Involved Individuals.
If you are a social service provider or developer searching for a listing of Housing for Justice Involved Individuals Program (HJIIP) submissions and approvals, you can find them below.
The application period is now closed. Any questions about the Housing for Justice Involved Individuals (HJIIP) Program should be directed to email@example.com.
Housing for Justice Involved Individuals Program Application Round