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THE FOLLOWING PRIORITIES ARE CHAMPIONED BY OUR MEMBERS IN 2023

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

  • Strengthen and support the administration of robust housing stability programs, including permanent emergency rental assistance programs and housing stability services to address the long-term needs of low-income and disinvested communities.

  • Provide feedback on state and federal administrative plans and program a ecting a ordable housing, including the statewide Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plans, and Quali ed Allocation Plan.

  • Mobilize support for robust administration of state programs, including the Indiana A ordable Housing and Community Development Fund to provide  nancing for a ordable housing and CED projects and the Indiana Housing Trust Fund allocation plans to bene t extremely low-income renters and disinvested communities to the greatest extent possible.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES

  • Provide a united voice for the concerns of PI members through administrative comments and reform the commenting process to increase efficiency and effective use of feedback.

  • Advocate for resources necessary to stand up and center community economic development organizations in the administration of permanent Emergency Rental Assistance programs and housing stability services.

  • Urge agencies to reduce the administrative burdens placed on local service providers needed to deliver services to underserved and BIPOC communities .Provide a united voice for the concerns of PI members through administrative comments and reform the commenting process to increase efficiency and effective use of feedback.

    CONSUMER PROTECTION/ASSET DEVELOPMENT

    • Prioritize participation in state and federal administrative advocacy regarding equitable access tofinancial wealth building and asset development opportunities for low-income and disinvested populations and communities of color.

    • Promote robust federal consumer protection rules and regulations, including through the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's consumer education, rules, enforcement, and compliance.

    • Participate in state and federal consumer protection and asset development related comments and regulatory feedback through how-to webinars, state and national sign-on letter efforts, and by collating PI member responses into association-wide comments.




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    1099 N. Meridian Street, Suite 170
    Indianapolis, IN 46204 
    Phone // 317.222.1221 
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