COHHIO closely monitors state legislation and rules that affect Ohioans who are struggling to emerge from poverty and fights at the Statehouse for policies that alleviate homelessness, expand housing and protect the vulnerable from predatory consumer practices. For more information on the Ohio Housing Trust Fund, visit our Housing Trust Fund page.
Ohio-based musician Sarob released a new single Friday pledging 100 percent of sales revenue to the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio’s efforts to help local homeless shelters fight the coronavirus pandemic. Sarob, a [...]
May 2020 The coronavirus has proven that housing really is healthcare. COHHIO and our partners on the frontlines have been doing everything we can to help Ohioans who have no home stay as safe as [...]
From IRS Legislative Affairs Division Topic: Economic Impact Payments for the Homeless Key Points: Here’s one where we need your help. Please share the following social media messages with taxpayers, local officials and agencies, and [...]
Homeless shelters throughout Ohio are scrambling to obtain masks, gloves, cleaning supplies, staffing, and food. Even more critically, they need to reduce the population density within these congregate facilities to enable social distancing, and immediately [...]
Guidance for Homeless Services Providers and Partners As the COVID-19 pandemic surges through Ohio and the nation, new and historic dimensions of inequality are left exposed. African-Americans already fare relatively worse in terms of poverty, [...]
Nonprofit Delivers Emergency Assistance to Frontline Agencies The Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio is issuing grants tto help local homeless shelters limit the spread of COVID-19 among their residents, staff, and the broader [...]