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COHHIO Programs

COHHIO offers a range of programs and services that help keep local providers current on new developments in the fields of homelessness and housing.

COHHIO manages the Ohio Balance of State Continuum of Care (BoSCoC), which oversees planning efforts for local homeless programs in Ohio’s 80 non-urban counties. The Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) tracks and processes data to help evaluate these programs and make them more effective.

The Training and Technical Assistance program expands our member organizations’ knowledge and understanding of best practices via online and in-person training seminars, phone consultations and site visits. The TTA program also coordinates COHHIO’s annual statewide Housing Ohio conference in April.

The Youth Housing Initiative seeks to reduce barriers that prevent Ohio’s homeless youth and young adults from gaining access to housing and services, and provides youth with the tools and information they need to navigate the system.

The SSI Ohio Project helps disabled, homeless Ohioans secure federal Social Security benefits so they can achieve greater stability and independence.

COHHIO’s Housing Information program offers tenants legal guidance, advocacy support, and education on housing issues. To access the Housing Information Line visit the Housing Information section of the website.

For more information on COHHIO’s public policy advocacy efforts, visit the Advocacy section of our website.

To find out out becoming a member of COHHIO, visit our membership page. COHHIO’s member organizations are also eligible for deep discounts on their workers’ compensation premiums through COHHIO’s group rating program.

Help Wanted: Southeast Ohio Youth Homelessness Demonstration Project

The new Southeast Ohio Youth Homelessness Demonstration Project is seeking to fill two positions that will directly support the development of a comprehensive community plan to prevent, reduce, and end youth homelessness throughout the region. [...]

Housing Ohio Conference

Registration for Housing Ohio 2017 is now officially open! Please join COHHIO on April 10-12 in Columbus for the only annual statewide conference focused on ending homelessness in Ohio. Click here to see the Registration [...]

Ending Youth Homelessness in Southeast Ohio

Join us for a community education and kick-off event March 10 Five Southeastern Ohio counties were recently selected to participate in a national effort aimed at preventing and ending youth homelessness. Join local elected officials [...]

Housing First and Harm Reduction Practice in Supportive Housing

Register now! This training will provide participants with skills in utilizing harm reduction and housing first strategies to promote housing stability for persons experiencing homelessness. Caracole will share data evidencing how these tools have contributed [...]

Medical Respite Training: From Idea to Implementation

Join us for a webinar on Mar 21, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT. Register now! Attendees will learn how to build a program from start to finish; including research, grant applications and securing partner agencies. [...]

Job Posting: CoC Coordinator II

COHHIO has an opening on our Balance of State Continuum of Care (BoSCoC) team. This position will join our expanding team to provide increased support to communities and homeless assistance providers in the 80 county [...]

COHHIO Secures $2.2 Million Federal Youth Homelessness Grant

Southeastern Ohio is one of only four rural areas in the country to be awarded federal grants to implement innovative approaches to ending youth homelessness, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced recently. [...]

Survey Says! Interactive Training on PSH

COHHIO's training and technical assistance program has developed a new training to bring together housing providers, case managers, service coordinators, property managers and other housing specialists in an interactive forum to discuss and experience best [...]

Coordinated Entry Systems Standards 2016

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 communities lack the resources needed [...]