Homelessness is a policy choice, but we can fix that.
With a 98% rental occupancy rate, demand for housing in Bloomington is driving up costs.
The first annual Bloomington Care Package Concert took place on IU’s campus.
In Bloomington alone, there are more than five organizations working to address people experiencing homelessness.
Healthcare resources are available in Bloomington and throughout Indiana.
The fundraising event supports the shelter’s mission to keep unhoused families together.
Issues with space and staffing constrict the ability of shelters to serve those experiencing homelessness.
Local centers are encouraging clients to visit free clinics for vaccinations and boosters.
The shelter is looking for both supplies and sponsored children’s gifts.
This amendment is a first step, but there’s still a lot of work to do.
The demonstrators sat in tents across the street from a March Madness game.
Three demonstrations will take place over three days, ending in a march.
Bloomington’s Chamber of Commerce published members’ comments about the unhoused. We fact-checked them.
The Chamber president said not all of the comments align with the Chamber’s position.
Kamala Brown-Sparks launched Blankets for B-Town to provide blankets to the unhoused community.
The proposed ordinance was struck down after a more than 9-hour meeting.
Evictions and high rent prices have left the unhoused population in a dire situation.