Housing & Eviction Resource Table

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Housing & Eviction Resource Table Update 3/19/2020:

 On-site Resource Table services at the Monroe County Justice Building have been postponed as Monroe County eviction/damages hearings have been postponed while the courts are closed due to COVID-19.
 
In the meantime, Resource Table Services will be provided remotely on Thursdays 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm and Fridays 8:30 am – 10:30 am by telephone at (812) 727-0597 or via email to tradewan@sciho.org.

Renters and landlords in Monroe County now have more ways to reduce evictions and solve housing problems!  Stop by for help from the new Housing and Eviction Resource Table in the Monroe County Justice Building.

Location:

Charlotte Zietlow Justice Center

301 N. College, Bloomington, IN

Hours:

Thursdays: 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Fridays: 8:30 am- 10:30 am


FAQ

Who can use the Housing & Eviction Resource Table?

Anyone in the community with rental questions is welcome to come to the Resource Table. Services offered include on-site mediation, legal and social services to address housing challenges.

Who provides the services?

Resource Table services are provided collaboratively under a partnership between

Is there a fee?

No, services are provided free of charge thanks to grant support through 2019.

How can I help?

We welcome prospective volunteers to staff the table! Please find out more about how you can get involved.

We are also seeking additional funding to be able to continue this service in 2020! If you or your company is interested in supporting the Housing & Eviction Resource Table, please reach out to us at info@sciho.org.

Our thanks to the following sources for their in-kind and partial financial support:

  • Monroe County Eviction Working Group
  • 2019 grant from the City of Bloomington Common Council Jack Hopkins Social Services Funding Committee
  • 2019 Sophia Travis Community Service Grant
  • 2019 Empower Indiana grant, a program of Prosperity Indiana made possible with funding from the CareSource Foundation
  • 2017-19 Enterprise Community Partners/HUD Section 4 Capacity Building Grant