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Help with rent in Clark County Indiana.

Emergency rental assistance in Clarksville Indiana is available from charities, township offices, and non-profits. Tenants facing eviction, or that are struggling to come up with money to pay a security deposit, can get help. A combination of loans and grants can assist with paying back rent, housing, and other needs.

Not only may funds be available for rent, but there are also energy bill as well as other assistance programs. As examples of the other resources in the community:

  • Overnight shelters for the homeless.
  • HUD housing assistance which includes section 8 vouchers, VASH for veterans, and mortgage counseling.
  • Legal aid to address landlord-tenant issues.
  • Case management, LIHEAP for energy bills which can help tenants, and more.

Any funds for paying bills or rent in Clark County are limited. There will be income requirements as well as employment needs. When applying for any type of financial help, whether it is rent, eviction prevention funds, deposits, or more bring proof of income, residency, and supporting documentation.




Community Action Of Southern Indiana
Local Clark County office - 1613 East Eighth Street
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
Dial 812-288-6451
Emergency housing programs can help with paying first month’s rent. In addition, $500 or short-term loans may be offered for transportation, gas bills, home repairs, medical supplies, and any rental arrears. Find more details on Southern Indiana Community Action.

Salvation Army of Clarksville and Southern Indiana
Address is 528 N Little League Boulevard
Clarksville, IN 47129
(812) 280-7608
Many social services are arranged. There is shelter, one time rent help, furniture from a thrift store, Christmas help, and more.





Haven House Homeless Shelter
1727 Green Street
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
Main number is (812) 285-1197

Housing assistance from Township Trustees
The town’s only support working poor/struggling in the town. Programs include mortgage and rent help, fuel for winter, medical care, and homeless prevention programs.

  • 632 East Court Avenue, Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130. Call 812-285-6240.
  • Wood Township is at 19222 Rake Road, Borden, IN 47106. Call 812-923-7019.
  • Charlestown Township is at 322 Main Cross Street, Charlestown, IN 47111. Phone - 812-256-2104.

Jeffersonville Housing Authority
Main address: 206 Eastern Blvd
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Dial (812) 283-3553
The local HUD agency. Section 8 vouchers, home buying programs, low income housing and public units, and more. Everything from rent to government grants, loans for home repairs, and other solutions can be arranged.

Southern Indiana Pro-Bono Legal Aid
Lawyers and paralegals provide free legal advice.

House Of Ruth
They support Clark County Indiana too. Call 502-587-5080
Only individuals that are HIV positive can apply. Get money for security deposits, gently used furniture, rent help, assistance moving and paying expenses, and other support.




Clark County branch of St. Vincent
Location is 1015-C S Preston Street
Louisville, KY 40203
The crisis line is 502-584-2480 ext. 345. Only referrals for financial aid are given.

Volunteers of America Mid-States - Freedom House
Intake number - 502-635-4530
The H.O.P.W.A. assistance programs are run. There is emergency financial assistance only for HIV/AIDs for rent, mortgages, or utility. Applicants need to be facing homelessness due to foreclosure or evictions.

By Jon McNamara

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