Over the past several years, COHHIO has been working with the Ohio Domestic Violence Network and local homeless services providers from around the state to resolve problems surrounding contradictory federal [...]
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June 24, 2021 Ohioans facing eviction got a reprieve Thursday as the CDC extended the eviction moratorium another 30 days, buying tenants more time to secure emergency rental assistance to [...]
June 21, 2021 - Important info for agencies enrolled in COHHIO's workers' compensation programs, from Sedgwick, our third party administrator: Premium installment & true-up reporting for private employers Employers must [...]
On behalf of COHHIO's Racal Equity Committee (REC) we want to wish you a Happy Juneteenth – also known as Freedom Day. June 19, 2021 marks 156 years since enslaved [...]
UPDATED JUNE 29 Good news! The legislature backed off a disastrous budget proposal that jeopardized the continued viability of one-third of Ohio’s affordable housing properties! Thank you to everyone who [...]
Thank you to everyone who joined us at Housing Ohio 2021, our first-ever virtual conference. This year set another record for attendance! The conference platform remains operational and anyone who [...]
COHHIO is supporting efforts to fight new red tape barriers that will make it harder for struggling Ohioans to access food stamps (SNAP) and Medicaid benefits. Unfortunately, the Ohio Senate [...]
Coalition for Juvenile Justice recently selected COHHIO and Ohio's youth homelessness providers to receive training and technical assistance as part of the Collaborating for Change project, which works to prevent [...]
The Ohio Senate recently added an amendment to the budget that would dramatically increase taxes on affordable housing properties, jeopardizing the homes of 100,000s of vulnerable, low-income Ohioans. Needless to [...]
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 [...]