Four years ago we managed to beat back a serious effort to gut the Ohio Housing Trust Fund in the state budget. This summer we are celebrating a modest, but [...]
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Kroger recently launched a new recruitment effort, reaching out to agencies that serve people experiencing homelessness, those with disabilities and other employment challenges. Job applicants who don’t have access to [...]
The recent budget deal between Congressional leaders and President Trump is a promising sign, but there’s still some uncertainty about how federal homeless and housing programs will fare once the [...]
We know that there is a connection between domestic violence and homelessness. Domestic violence can lead to homelessness and many homeless individuals have a history of domestic violence. In spite [...]
Diana faced an impossible choice. Her property manager told her that a new rule meant she must either move to continue using her Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), or forfeit her [...]
Several housing developments designed for low-income Ohioans and people experiencing homelessness are underway in Ohio. Here are a few innovative new projects that got underway in the past few months: [...]
COHHIO staff attended and presented at the National Alliance to End Homelessness’s 2019 in Washington D.C. last month, and we're excited to bring some great information back to Ohio and [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]