Lighthouse Youth and Family Services opens Sheakley Center for Youth As Hamilton County groups are working to end youth homelessness by 2020, Lighthouse Youth and Family Services recently increased the [...]
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The Trump administration’s budget proposal came out earlier this month and its bad news for housing and homeless advocates. The president wants to cut HUD’s budget by $8.8 billion, or [...]
The 2018 elections promise to shakeup the state and national political scenes, starting with a ballot issue in May that could go a long way toward fixing Ohio’s system of [...]
Register now to get early bird rates for COHHIO's annual Housing Ohio 2018 conference on April 9, 10, and 11. During Monday and Tuesday, the first two days of the [...]
Over the past few years, Ohio Balance of State Continuum of Care staff have rolled out a number of new standards, requirements, and processes including Homeless Program standards, Coordinated Entry [...]
The Ohio Development Services Agency recently awarded grants totaling nearly $26 million in state and federal funding to help 72 local agencies working to prevent homelessness, provide emergency shelter, and [...]
In early 2017, a team of service providers and system leaders representing a five-county region in Southeast Ohio (SEOH) were awarded funding as part of the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program [...]
Thanks to everyone who recently braved the col weather to find people living on the land in their communities for the annual Point-In-Time count, like these volunteers with Columbus's Community [...]
COHHIO’s Youth Housing Initiative recently Launched Taking Charge, a new online tool to help young people who are living on their own figure out how to get help and learn [...]
Bill Faith, executive director of the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio, issued the following statement in response to President Trump’s proposed 18.3 percent cut to the U.S. Department [...]