Jan. 6, 2023Amy Riegel, executive director of the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio, issued the following statement in response to Gov. DeWine signing HB 45 without vetoing several [...]
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February 2023 Attention COHHIO's organizational members! Please see the following updates about our Workers' Compensation Group from Sedgwick, our third party administrator. Stress in the Workplace Ohio Safety Congress & [...]
DEC. 21, 2022 Lame Duck Statehouse Exacerbates Ohio’s Affordable Housing Crisis Advocates Urge DeWine to Use Veto Pen State lawmakers not only missed the opportunity to address Ohio’s affordable housing [...]
During this week’s chaotic lame duck session, Statehouse leaders passed two last-minute amendments threatening the continued viability of affordable housing and the availability of Emergency Rental Assistance in Ohio. Please [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DEC. 14, 2022 Housing Advocates Oppose Tax Increase on Workforce and Senior Housing Properties Housing advocates warned Wednesday that a last-minute amendment that surfaced during the Statehouse’s [...]
The Ohio Balance of State Continuum of Care is requesting proposals to evaluate and refine the Coordinated Entry (CE) system for all individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness or [...]
(Updated November 2022) COHHIO and over 260 companies and organizations are asking Gov. Mike DeWine and the Ohio General Assembly to make a one-time investment of Ohio's American Rescue Plan [...]
Sept. 30, 2022 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE State Invests in Housing to Reduce Infant Mortality The Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio applauded the DeWine Administration’s commitment to supporting research [...]
Several influential statewide business groups recently called on State leaders to invest a portion of Ohio's American Rescue Plan Act funds in affordable housing after the U.S. Department of Treasury [...]
Rapidly Rising Rents Keep Homes Out of Reach in Ohio Full-time workers need to earn at least $17.05 an hour to afford a modest 2-bedroom apartment in Ohio, according to [...]