Indiana apartment complex will house disabled residents
A $6 million apartment complex in Western Indiana will open next fall and be available to disabled and homeless individuals in the area.
The construction of the complex will begin in January 2012 thanks to the non-profit organization, Mental Health America of Vigo County Inc. The apartments will be financially dependent upon federal and state funds. The 30,000 complex is set to be named YOUnity Village.
Residents of the apartments will move in without having to pay rent in the beginning. The lease that will be signed by each individual will have a claim stating they are willing to pay 30 percent of the monthly rent with the non-profit organization taking care of the 70 percent that is left.
Suffering from a long-term disability can be financially straining. If you need assistance filing for long-term disability benefits, please contact the Indiana long-term disability lawyers of the Hankey Law Office by calling (800) 520-3633 today.