COHHIO, with support from the Ohio Attorney General's Office, presents three spring seminars on working with transition age youth. April 15: Building Meaningful Supports with Transition Age Youth (3 free [...]
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Coalition Outlines State and Federal Solutions Ohio has a severe shortage of homes that are affordable to poor Ohioans, according to a report issued Thursday, as advocates outline actionable steps [...]
Each year the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development makes available competitive federal resources for homeless programming to communities around the country through its Continuum of Care (CoC) Program [...]
February 2019 Registration for the Housing Ohio 2019 conference is now open. Register now to get the early bird discount! With all the noise about walls, government shutdowns and national [...]
COHHIO has launched a new training workshop for housing providers: VAWA Compliance Training. Training sessions will take place all across the state throughout 2019, and will teach affordable housing providers [...]
COHHIO and partners in the Home Matters to Ohio coalition have officially launched our 2019 advocacy campaign to expand the Ohio Housing Trust Fund, the primary source of state funding [...]
With all the noise about walls, government shutdowns and national emergencies, it was easy to miss the fact that Congress just increased funding for homeless and affordable housing programs for [...]
While we spend a lot of time focusing on the growing shortage of affordable housing in Ohio, it's important to recognize that there are new developments and rehabilitation projects that [...]
Demonta Eady didn’t expect his best legal defense to come in the form of a sticky note, but it did. Last year Demonta received a notice to renew the yearly [...]
COHHIO member organizations may be eligible for deep discounts on workers' compensation premiums. Members in our group rating program saved an average of $6,121 last year! Click here to read [...]