Supreme Court Rules on Ohio Voter Purge Case As I am sure many of you have heard, on Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Ohio’s voter purge policy did [...]
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Only two of the top 10 occupations in Ohio actually pay their employees enough to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment, according to a report released Wednesday. Ohio’s housing wage increased [...]
Nearly 60,000 Ohioans experienced homelessness in 2016. Almost one-third of them were children. Nearly 10,000 were victims of domestic abuse. The data source is understood to be an undercount and [...]
The Ohio Balance of State Continuum of Care team is offering a series of in-person training sessions around the state on diversion standards and best practices. The next training will [...]
COHHIO is pleased to announce the hiring of a new staff member to coordinate the Ohio Votes program for the 2018 election and welcomes two new summer interns for the [...]
Good news! State Issue One easily passed in May’s primary election, meaning Ohio will actually have a fairer process the next time we redraw the state’s congressional districts. Every 10 [...]
In February 2018 Ohio became the 28th state to extend foster care. However, different from child welfare, Ohio BRIDGES is a completely voluntary program designed to promote permanency and self-sufficiency. [...]
Every day hundreds of homeless and housing agencies across the state work directly with low-income people whose opinions, needs and struggles are largely ignored by our political leaders. And many [...]
HUD recently announced a new round of National Housing Trust Fund allocations totaling $266.8 million, which includes nearly $7 million for Ohio to address housing needs for very low and [...]
Since 2016 there has been talk buzzing around that SOAR Ohio would be ending. As the SOAR Ohio State Lead with COHHIO, please let me announce for clarification, that has [...]