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First Things First: The Housing First Model and Maslow

February 14, 2017

Learn about what the Housing First model is and where its origin is from.

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Biking Cross-Country for Affordable Housing

October 21, 2016

Katie Swanson, an Indianapolis native, recently completed a 4,000 mile cross-country bicycling trip with Bike & Build to raise money and awareness for affordable housing. Katie shares her insights about working with housing organizations throughout the country and how she’s using her experience to give back to Indianapolis.

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Blighted Meridian Street Apartment Building Resurrected by Non-Profit Partnership

September 30, 2016

After years of disinvestment, physical neglect, poor management, and increasing criminal activity on site, the Glendower apartments at 3630 N. Meridian Street that was condemned and closed by the Marion County Health Department for substandard living conditions, has been given new life and a new name, Glenmoor.

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What Does a Food Desert Look Like in Indianapolis?

July 7, 2016

For thousands of low-income people in Indianapolis, including our residents at Partners In Housing, access to healthy food is a real barrier. Low-income people in “food deserts” have substantial distance and cost barriers preventing access to healthy food.

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An Imprint and a Legacy: Chris Maples

June 1, 2016

Anyone who ever knew Chris for a minute would remember him for a lifetime. He was the great presence that commanded any room he walked into, and brought a special light to any conversation he was part of. Chris had a vision for everything he was connected to, and gave his all to see it happen.

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Why I love Partners In Housing

March 4, 2016

The residents are so grateful for the opportunity to purchase the supplies. They continue to bless me with their smiling faces and stories of overcoming adversity.

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