FHCCI Urges “NO” Vote on SB 340

February 27, 2020

For Immediate Release – February 26, 2020 Contact: Amy Nelson, Executive Director Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana Phone: 317-644-0673 x1001 Email: anelson@fhcci.org FHCCI URGES “NO” VOTE ON SB 340 INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana (FHCCI) urges a “No” vote on SB 340. On the last House Judiciary Committee hearing […]

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ALLIES IN ACTION: DISABILITY ALLYSHIP SUMMIT

January 30, 2020

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN: www.indianainaction.org The United States Attorney, Southern District of Indiana – Disability Rights Roundtable, in partnership with the Great Lakes Equity Center and organized by the Indiana Statewide Independent Living Council, are thrilled to announce and invite you to be part of a first of its kind, innovative event – the Allies in Action: […]

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DON’T MISS THE LAST WORKSHOP IN THE INSILC SERIES!

January 28, 2020

INSILC Legislative Advocacy Workshop Series  Don’t Miss the FINAL workshop to learn how to Be The Voice in the ongoing 2020 Indiana Legislative Session  Still want to have YOUR say in legislation this legislative session? Still want to learn how to make YOUR voice heard? Still want to know what to say to make sure change happens that YOU want?  Then be sure to join the Indiana Statewide Independent Living […]

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Prosperity Indiana Summit

January 27, 2020

Event:  Prosperity Indiana Summit Date:  February 18, 2020 Location:  Union Station, Downtown Indianapolis Theme:  20/20: Seeing Opportunity through the Lens of Values Tracks:  Affordable Housing, Asset Building, Inclusive Economic Development Special Offer:  Free ticket with Prosperity Indiana membership through Feb 12, 2020

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Please Respond to the Pilot Community Survey!

January 16, 2020

Please Respond to the Pilot Community Survey for People with Disabilities in Indiana by January 22nd! The survey was created by a coalition of people with disabilities and people without disabilities, self-advocates, service providers and professionals, and caregivers through the Indiana Abuse Prevention Disability Task Force (APDTF). This survey seeks to identify whether people with disabilities […]

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