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.
Update: We are currently seeking proposals from nonprofit organizations to administer Rapid Re-Housing and Homeless Prevention to TANF-eligible families with children experiencing homelessness. The deadline to apply is Aug. 7. More information: Download the Request [...]
For Immediate Release July 14, 2020 Pandemic Increases Housing Insecurity for Low-Wage Workers Before the coronavirus hit Ohio, only three out of the 10 most common jobs actually paid employees enough to afford a basic [...]
For Immediate Release June 17, 2020 With Ohio facing a spike in evictions in coming months, a coalition of housing advocates, businesses, healthcare, and faith-based organizations asked Gov. Mike DeWine today to invest $100 million [...]
COHHIO stands in solidarity with the protestors demanding justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, as well as so many other Black Americans killed by police, many of them in Ohio. We remember [...]
The Columbus Foundation’s Big Give results are in! COHHIO was one of 1,107 nonprofit organizations in Ohio that received donations during the 25-hour campaign. In all, people from 12 countries, 50 states, and 1,246 cities [...]
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 [...]