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Community Action of Greater Indianapolis
Web site

(317) 396-1800
Fax (317) 396-1530

2445 N Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Community Action of Greater Indianapolis was originally created as Community Action Against Poverty in 1965. The organization provides programs and services, such as housing counseling, to low-income residents of Indianapolis, which is defined as a household income at or below 125% of the federally-determined poverty level. The counseling covers areas budgeting, first-time home buyers and reverse mortgages, loss mitigation and foreclosure prevention and credit repair.
Indiana 2-1-1 Partnership
Web site

Dial 2-1-1

Indiana 211 Partnership is a nonprofit organization devoted to developing the 2-1-1 system for Indiana. 2-1-1 provides free and confidential information and referral to people in need of human services such as food, housing, employment, health care and counseling. Call to receive information about what organizations provide the services you need.
Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network
Web site

Indiana Forclosure Prevention FAQ
(877) GET-HOPE (438-4673)

This resource was created by a coalition of community organizations, housing-related agencies, government agencies and lenders and banks. This hotline, operated by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, offers information and counseling to Hoosiers in danger of losing their homes to foreclosure. This resource can be accessed through the Web site or by phone.
Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority
Web site

(317) 232-7777
(800) 872-0371
Fax (317) 232-7778

30 S Meridian St., Ste. 1000
Indianapolis, IN 46204

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority is a government entity that provides services such as housing opportunities, energy programs and information for homebuyers and homebuyers looking to purchase foreclosed homes.
Indiana Legal Services
Web site

(317) 631-9410 ext.250
(800) 869-0212
Fax (317) 631-9775

151 N Delaware St., Ste. 1800
Indianapolis, IN 46204

This not for profit law firm was formed in 1966 and provides eligible low-income people with legal services for non-criminal cases, including foreclosure and housing cases. Fair housing assistance, loss mitigation, money debt management, mortgage delinquency and default resolution counseling, and post-purchase counseling are provided to homeowners in Center Township in Marion County.
Indiana Mortgage Bankers Association
Web site

(317) 773-7344
Fax (317) 773-7354

P.O. Box 596
Fishers, IN 46038

The Indiana Mortgage Bankers Association offers links to financial literacy tools aimed to help current and future homeowners make informed financial decisions. The site also provides information on local and national foreclosure help services such as Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network and the national Mortgage Bankers Associationís Foreclosure Prevention Resource Center.
Indiana Neighborhood Housing Partnership
Web site

(317) 610-4663 Fax (317) 610-4678

3550 N. Washington Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46205

The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership is an organization established in 1988 to provide access to safe, decent and affordable housing opportunities to Indianapolis residents, especially those with low to moderate incomes. INHP offers housing and financial counseling in the form of bimonthly workshops.
Indianapolis Urban League
Web site

(317) 693-7603
Fax (317) 693-7613

777 Indiana Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46202

The Indianapolis Urban League provides services for financial literacy and homeownership, rent and mortgage assistance, reverse mortgage counseling, housing counseling, education, foreclosure mediation, money-management, support services, and homeownership counseling to members of the Urban League. The organization also has the Positive Directions Rental/Mortgage Assistance Program for individuals with HIV/AIDS living in Marion County.
Momentive Consumer Credit Counseling Service
Web site

(317) 266-1300, Mortgage and Foreclosure helpline: (866) 722-9248
Toll-free (888) 711-7227
Fax (317) 266-1315

615 N. Alabama St., Ste. 134
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Momentive, established in 1965, and offers a debt repayment program, budget counseling, money management workshops, an overspenders support group, pre-purchase, post-purchase, mortgage, foreclosure, and reverse mortgage counseling, and various employee assistance programs to low to moderate income families.
Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic
Web site

(317) 429-4131
Fax (317) 429-4130

3333 N. Meridian St., Ste. 201
Indianapolis, IN 46208

The Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic offers legal representation and preventive law education to low income families whose income is at or below 125% of the federal poverty guidelines. Assistance is available for foreclosure, mortgage delinquency, loss mitigation, renter assistance, housing choice voucher program, public housing, money and debt management, fair housing and homeless services.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Web site

(800) CALL-FHA (225-5342)

If you have an FHA mortgage problem, contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to get information on how to proceed.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Web site

(800) 729-5772

VA Regional Loan Center
1240 E. Ninth St.
Cleveland, OH 44199

Veterans and surviving spouses with VA loan and foreclosure problems can find appropriate help by contacting the regional department of Veterans Affairs.