At IHCDA, we believe that growing Indiana's economy starts at home. Everyone can agree that all Hoosiers should have the opportunity to live in safe, affordable, good-quality housing in economically stable communities. That's the heart of IHCDA's mission. Our charge is to help communities build upon their assets to create places with ready access to opportunities, goods, and services. We also promote, finance, and support a broad range of housing solutions, from temporary shelters to homeownership.
IHCDA's work is done in partnership with developers, lenders, investors, and nonprofit organizations that use our financing to serve low- and moderate-income Hoosiers. We leverage government and private funds to invest in financially sound, well-designed projects that will benefit communities for many years to come. And our investments bear outstanding returns. The activities that we finance help families become more stable, put down roots and climb the economic ladder. In turn, communities grow and prosper, broadening their tax base, creating new jobs, and maximizing local resources. IHCDA's work is truly a vehicle for economic growth, and it all starts at home.
Mission, Vision, and Values
To provide housing opportunities, promote self-sufficiency, and strengthen communities.
An Indiana with a sustainable quality of life for all Hoosiers in the community of their choice.
IHCDA Strategic Priorities
To accomplish this we will:
- Create and preserve housing for Indiana’s most vulnerable population.
- Enhance self-sufficiency initiatives in existing programs.
- Promote a value-driven culture of continuous improvement.
- Promote place-based initiatives that will allow Hoosiers opportunities to improve their quality of life.
Associates contribute to status as an industry leader by actively seeking collaborative opportunities with colleagues and partners to achieve shared goals and maintain acceptable risk levels while promoting trust, open communication, and learning.
Find new ways to be more efficient by questioning the status quo, changing outdated processes and procedures, being open to new ideas for the future, and providing solution-oriented results/outcomes.
Including people of all demographics in IHCDA programs. Maximizing choice and affirmatively furthering fair housing.
Always being honest and fair with associates as well as clients. Exhibiting high ethical and moral standards. Administering public funds in the best interest of the public in every decision.
Treating others, associates as well as clients, as you would like to be treated.
Fairly and inclusively managing finances and programs. Managing the taxpayer’s money and IHCDA’s money as if it was your own.