We know that the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting lives in many ways, especially housing insecurity. While there are many organizations that are working to assist families and individuals, we realize it can be difficult, frustrating, and time-consuming to navigate calling multiple numbers, only to find that your situation doesn’t fit the criteria of a particular organization. The Tippecanoe COVID-19 Housing & Stability Hotline is here to help you navigate the best point of entry for your situation. Hotline operators will ask a series of questions, determine the best resource to direct you to and provide a warm connection to that resource. Our goal is to remove obstacles and reduce the amount of time between requests for aid and delivery of support.
If you are experiencing difficulty making payments for your rent, mortgage, or utilities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, call or text 765-201-0668 to speak with a hotline operator as soon as possible. Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has extended the moratorium of evictions, foreclosures, and utility shutoffs until June 30, but if you are having trouble making your payments DO NOT wait until June 30 to request assistance. Call the hotline today or fill out the form below.
The Housing & Stability Hotline is a partnership between United Way Greater Lafayette, The Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette, The City of Lafayette, and the following partner organizations:
Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs
Bauer Family Resources
Fairfield Township Trustees
Food Finders Food Bank
Indiana Legal Services, Inc.
Lafayette Urban Ministry
Legal Aid of Tippecanoe County
LTHC Homeless Services
Mental Health America Wabash Valley Region
Northend Community Center Care Team
The Salvation Army
Tippecanoe Senior Center
Wabash Valley Volunteer Attorneys
Willowstone Family Services
YWCA Greater Lafayette