We’re now three weeks into this frustrating government shutdown and low-income, vulnerable Americans are the ones who stand to lose the most – their homes. It’s impossible to know how [...]
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Ohio’s homeless rate ticked slightly upward in 2018, representing the first increase in many years, according to an annual report issued this week by the U.S. Department of Housing and [...]
Dear Friends, It’s been a busy holiday season. A mean-spirited amendment to speed up evictions nearly sneaked through the Statehouse last week. We convinced House leaders that accelerating the eviction [...]
Good news: a mean-spirited proposal to speed up the eviction process in Ohio fell flat during the current lame duck session. COHHIO raised the alarm about Rep. Derrick Merrin's bill [...]
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the state, Homeless families were sheltered, thus spared a cold fate. COHHIO was working with these families in mind, Making home a [...]
Weeks before lawmakers’ winter recess, an Ohio House committee advanced legislation Wednesday to allow landlords to initiate the eviction process on Christmas and other holidays. “Passing House Bill 390 during [...]
November 2018 In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I am giving thanks that the 2018 election is now finally over. Our Ohio Votes program worked overtime this fall registering voters [...]
COHHIO was recently featured in an ABC6 investigation of a mobile home park that inexplicably started sending tenants water bills as high as $1,800 for one month. When tenants couldn’t [...]
COHHIO’s next annual conference is still months away, but Josh Johnson, our Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator, is already gearing up for the Housing Ohio 2019 conference on April 8-10. [...]
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I am giving thanks that the 2018 election is now finally over. Our Ohio Votes program worked overtime this fall registering voters in low-income communities [...]