COVID-19 (A Community Development Response)
Information and Resources Hub
A variety of Community Development Organizations (CDOs) and local units of government are looking for ways to manage through and build resilience during these challenging times. That's why Prosperity Indiana is providing an information and resources hub for its members. We've designed the hub to answer questions, glean ideas, and share resources such as sample policies and procedures, etc. Please check regularly for updated information.
If you're willing to share COVID-19 or other emergency response policies, resources, and ideas with peers or ask questions, please email us.
Resources by Topic
View the COVID-19 Hub spreadsheet for information and resources grouped by topics in a single document.
Community Recovery Workbook - The purpose of this document is intended to be a starting tool for communities to use as they begin to work together in recovery. Created in collaboration with organizations across Indiana.
Community Recovery Workbook Webinar Recording - This webinar is intended to assist community stakeholders, individuals or teams, in accessing and understanding how to utilize the workbook and the planning process.
COVID Concierge Portal - The Portal was created to compile assistance information from multiple sources into a single ‘no wrong door’ portal where business, personal, and health information can all be accessed. The Portal is not intended for access by the general public but for leaders of community organizations to use when interacting with clients, members, and constituents to help them more quickly access information to address pressing problems. Created in collaboration with the Community Recovery Coalition and technical assistance from Indiana Interactive.
Federal Eviction Moratorium Flyer - Beginning September 4, 2020
Federal Eviction Moratorium Flyer - Beginning March 27, 2020
Looming Crisis: Suburban Evictions Recording - HAND's Annual Suburban Housing Conference 2020, presented by Hamilton County Community Foundation, invited Jessica Love, Executive Director of Prosperity Indiana, to be part of this presentation. It covers the impact of the expected eviction wave on the suburbs and thoughts on how to mitigate the potential crisis.
Webinars Hosted by Prosperity Indiana
Adaptive and Technical Solutions to Build Racial Equity in Housing - Monday, May 10, 2021
Be Prepared for the New Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments Coming July thru December 2021 - Wednesday, May 6, 2021
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021: What You Need to Know About Taxes and Unemployment Income - Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Planning for Uncertainty: COVID’s Impact on Project Planning & Project Management - Monday, April 26, 2021
Matching the Solution to the Challenge: Adaptive & Technical Solutions for Change - Monday, April 12, 2021
How to Have "The Talk" about COVID-19 Vaccinations - Monday, March 22, 2021
Evicted in Indiana Part Three: The Health Implications of Eviction in Indiana - Monday, December 7, 2020
Evicted in Indiana Part Two: Landlord/Tenant Relationships Before and During COVID-19 - Monday, November 16, 2020
Evicted in Indiana Part One: Indiana's Rental Housing Eviction Landscape - Monday, October 26, 2020
Fall Outlook for Hoosier Renters: What is the CDC Eviction
Moratorium? - Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2020
Preparing Hoosiers for the End of Indiana's Eviction Moratorium - Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020
Indiana's Looming Housing Crisis - Tuesday, July 7, 2020PowerPoint Presentation
Returning to Work - Monday, June 22, 2020
Financial Analysis and Economic Trends in a Post COVID-19 Environment - Monday, June 15, 2020
Break Through Your Limiting Beliefs - Monday, June 8, 2020
Keeping Your Workforce Healthy and In Service - Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Making the Case for Housing Security Post-Pandemic - Monday, May 11, 2020Webinar Recording
Fundraising in an Economic Downturn - Monday, May 4, 2020
Leadership in Times of Stress - Monday, April 20, 2020
Its Impact on Housing in Indiana - Monday, April 13, 2020
Managing Operations in Times of Crisis - Thursday, April 9, 2020
The Federal Response to COVID-19: What You Need to Know - Friday, April 3, 2020
A Community Conversation - Monday, March 30, 2020
A Community Development Response - Monday, March 23, 2020
Webinars from Peers
"NLIHC's National Call on Coronavirus, Housing, and Homelessness" - Reoccurring on Mondays, 2:30 P.M. ET
Join the Disaster Housing Recovery Coalition and housing and homelessness advocates nationwide to learn more about how federal, state, and local governments are responding to a national outbreak of Coronavirus and its impact on people experiencing homelessness and low-income households. Register here.
"Legislative Working Group" - Reoccurring on Tuesdays, 12:30 P.M. ET
The NLIHC-led Disaster Housing Recovery Coalition (DHRC) Legislative Working Group focuses on the strategies and tactics needed to move key legislation forward in Congress, including the DHRC’s policy recommendations for the next federal coronavirus-response package. These calls are best suited for those who regularly engage in federal advocacy. Note: these calls are closed to the press and are not recorded. Register here.
"FEMA Working Group" - Reoccurring on Tuesdays, 3 P.M. ET
The Working with FEMA Working Group provides an opportunity to share lessons learned and best practices for organizations working with FEMA to address the needs of people experiencing homelessness during the pandemic. The working group benefits from the DHRC’s years-long experience working with FEMA on past disasters and identifies federal policy changes needed to improve FEMA’s disaster homelessness and housing recovery efforts. Note: these calls are closed to the press and are not recorded. Register here.
"State/Local Working Group Implementation Group" - Reoccurring on Wednesdays, 3 P.M. ET
Hosted by NLIHC's Disaster Housing Recovery Coalition. The state and local implementation working group will provide opportunities to share lessons learned and best practices as organizations work to respond to the housing needs of people experiencing homelessness and the lowest-income renters. This working group will track how federal resources provided under the CARES Act, including HUD funding, unemployment insurance, and stimulus checks, are reaching those individuals with the greatest needs and will identify needed policy changes. Participants will also share practical guidance on how to use this opportunity to address racial equity issues and serve marginalized populations, including people with criminal records and undocumented immigrants. Register here.