"Typically... an empty house, it's a liability, so the best thing to do is tear it down and get it off the books," said Jim Aldrich, Englewood CDC's rehab and construction manager. "But if you look at it as a house and an asset, the best thing to do is fix it up and get somebody living in it, which is kind of what we started doing." - Jim Aldrich Read more from this in-depth article from The Indianapolis Star focused on Englewood CDC's role in creating permanent supportive housing.
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ECDC is working with INHP who is providing an expanded suite of housing services, through their Enhancing Opportunities grant, to benefit ECDC clients and low-income neighbors. These expanded opportun
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