The American Rescue Plan Act makes a significant investment in long-term solutions to our homelessness crisis by allocating $5 billion through the HOME Investment Partnerships Program, with Ohio expecting $204 [...]
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A new housing voucher program is one of many investments in housing access included in the American Rescue Plan. Since the pandemic, and its economic impact, have made matters so [...]
The Ohio State University College of Social Work recognized COHHIO's efforts to foster the next generation of advocates and professionals dedicated to ending homelessness by presenting the agency with the [...]
The Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio is seeking applicants to fill 2 positions on the Ohio Balance of State Continuum of Care team. For more information, download the [...]
On April 20 Ma’Khia Bryant’s life was ended by law enforcement. Since that day, COHHIO has been grieving her loss. Today COHHIO is speaking up about this tragedy. Ma’Khia Bryant [...]
State Rep. Phil Plummer is the first elected leader that we have chosen for our new statewide profile series highlighting leaders across the region who are leading the fight against [...]
Congress and the White House are currently working on the Biden Administration’s infrastructure proposal, which calls for a $213 billion investment in housing. This proposed legislation presents a tremendous opportunity [...]
Following a unanimous vote in the legislature, Gov. Mike DeWine cleared the way for struggling Ohioans to get help paying the rent to avoid eviction and homelessness during the ongoing [...]
The Housing Now for Homeless Families Program (HNHF) offers grants to local nonprofits that provide temporary financial assistance and supportive services to rehouse families with children that are homeless or [...]
A plan to ensure that supportive housing can continue helping Ohioans overcome homelessness and behavioral health issues recently got a unanimous thumbs up from the Ohio General Assembly and Gov. [...]