The November 2019 General Election is right around the corner. While most attention is already on the 2020 Presidential Election, we are focusing on this year’s election by showing voters [...]
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When it comes to affordable housing, seeing is believing. We recently proved this again at two events in Medina County and Columbus, where state elected officials could see for themselves [...]
Only three out of the 10 most common jobs in Ohio actually pay employees enough to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment, according to a report released Tuesday. Ohio’s Housing Wage [...]
Advocates thanked leaders of the Ohio legislature for increasing support for local homeless and affordable housing programs in the state budget. “We appreciate leaders in the Senate and House for [...]
“Proposed Rule Could Evict 55,000 Children From Subsidized Housing" That’s the headline from a recent NPR story about the Trump Administration’s latest efforts to demonize immigrant families and punish low-income [...]
This is an extremely important opportunity to increase affordable housing resources in your community in a way that can directly benefit families who are or have experienced homelessness. If you [...]
Why are nearly half the people in Ohio's homeless system black when African-Americans make up only 12 percent of the state's population? COHHIO recently organized a series of meetings to [...]
For the first time in Ohio, people struggling with homelessness - and those trying to assist them - can now quickly and easily look up the right number to call [...]
Former Mayor Lydia Mihalik, who now oversees housing and community development programs for the state, returned home Friday to see firsthand how the Findlay Hope House restores stability to families [...]
May 2019 We’ve received a lot of calls recently from legislators and their staffers asking for guidance to respond to homeless constituents seeking assistance. We connect them to local homeless [...]