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Rental Assistance Portal

The Rental Assistance Portal is currently accepting applications for the Indiana Emergency Rental Assistance (IERA) program. This program can provide up to 15 months in rental assistance to help cover past due and ongoing monthly rent and utility payments for qualifying Indiana renters.

Important Note: Individuals living in Hamilton County, Marion County (Indianapolis), and the City of Fort Wayne are not eligible to apply for the IERA program. Households living in these areas must apply for rental assistance with their local municipality.

Information on the IERA rental assistance program may be found at: The page contains helpful information for renters, landlords, and utility providers and helpful assistance examples and a list of frequently asked questions.

Click here to apply.

Access the Vendor Portal if you are a landlord or utility company.

If you are unable to complete the application online, please call 2-1-1 to get assistance with completing and submitting an Indiana Emergency Rental Assistance application.

If you are interested in subscribing to receive updates about housing assistance resources during the COVID-19 pandemic, please click here.

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Apartment Address
Landlord Name
Landlord Phone
Lease/Rent Period
Overall Rating
Quick Facts
Date available
Monthly rent
Rent due by
Security deposit
Application fee
Heat included
Gas included
Electric included
Water included
Sewer included
General Items
Smoking policy
Pets allowed
Central air conditioning
Can control the heat and A/C [thermostat]
I will have my own gas and electric meter [so I only pay for MY unit]
Washer hook-ups and drains
Gas or 220 electric line for dryer/stove
Enough outlets
Outlets are grounded [have three prongs?]
Cable/satellite ready?
Enough closet, cabinet, & storage space
Insulated walls [must ask landlord]
Storm windows [more efficient to heat]
Screens for the windows
Lower ceilings [more efficient to heat]
Free of roaches, rats, mice, or ants
Free of visible water damage or leaks
Enough water pressure
Hot water tank large enough [at least 40-gallons]
Is landlord responsible for snow removal and lawn care?
Laundry facilities on-site?
Landlord-Supplied Items
Washing machine [in unit?]
Dryer [in unit?]
Garbage disposal in sink
Air conditioning [central, window, other]
Safety Items
Emergency exits
24/7 emergency maintenance
Smoke detectors work
Carbon monoxide detectors work
Grounded plugs & ground fault interrupters
Windows lock
Windows function [open & stay up]
Built in 1978 or later [little chance of lead hazard from paint chips and dust]
Working locks/chains on all doors
Well lit halls, stairwells, & outside areas
Solid railings around all balconies, decks, & other drop-offs
Fire extinguisher
No asbestos hazards: flaking ceiling tiles, or crumbling pipe wrap or insulation
Community Items
Near to school/work [save money by living close]
Near to grocery, bank, post office, health facility, laundromat, etc.
Close to public transportation?
Your overall impression of the rental unit
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