At the close of a tumultuous year, Ohioans have reason to be thankful: we are finally seeing significant progress in the fight against homelessness in Ohio. Over the past five [...]
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The primary goals for Coordinated Entry systems are that assistance be allocated as effectively as possible and that it be easily accessible no matter where or how people present. Most [...]
President-elect Trump has called for rebuilding American cities and proposed investing in our nation’s infrastructure in order to spur economic growth. This National Low Income Housing Coalition memo shows how [...]
Congress unveiled its plan to fund the federal government through the end of April to avert a government shutdown. The new short-term continuing resolution maintains the fiscal year 2017 spending [...]
After years of fighting off cuts to the Ohio Housing Trust Fund, COHHIO has gone on the offensive as we gear up for next year's state budget cycle. We have [...]
The Campaign for Housing and Community Development Funding (CHCDF), a coalition of 70 national housing, homeless, and community development organizations, sent President-elect Donald Trump's transition team a memo outlining a [...]
After years of advocacy at the federal level, the National Housing Trust Fund – the first dedicated national resource designed to support construction, preservation and rehabilitation of rental housing for [...]
State lawmakers are currently working on Senate Bill 332, a much-needed response to Ohio’s shamefully high rate of infant mortality that could pass during lame duck session. COHHIO welcomes the [...]
Nearly 100 organizations representing low-income housing providers, food pantries, seniors, mental health and addiction services agencies and churches recently called on federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today to issue tough [...]
The General Assembly backed off a controversial plan to slash unemployment compensation benefits (HB 620) during the 2016 lame duck session after encountering broad-based opposition from labor and advocacy groups. [...]