Save the Date! Housing Ohio 2023 is scheduled for April 11 – 13!

Housing Ohio 2023 will be COHHIO’s first-ever hybrid conference with both in-person and online options!

Housing Ohio is COHHIO’s annual conference to convene advocates, practitioners, and experts to explore new and innovative approaches to ending homelessness and expanding access to affordable housing in Ohio.

After two virtual conferences in 2021 and 2022, we will return to a live event at the Sheraton Columbus at Capitol Square, our long-time venue, with in-person plenaries, workshops, exhibit tables, and networking opportunities that has made this a must-go conference for nearly three decades. We will also have a virtual Homelessness and Housing 101 track geared toward entry-level and frontline staff. Stay tuned – more details to come in early 2023!

If you would like to sponsor Housing Ohio 2023, contact Marcus Roth, Communications/Development Director, 614-280-1984 X 111; marcusroth@cohhio.org

Housing Ohio 2022

Note: To see information from previous conferences, please visit the Conference Archives page.

Spanning three half-days from April 11 to 13, Housing Ohio 2022 creates the space to reflect on how Covid has fundamentally altered the lives of low-income Ohioans and those who serve them. While the pandemic has inflicted untold suffering, it has also unleashed a flood of new resources to address the old problems of homelessness and housing insecurity. This year’s conference highlights ways we can leverage Covid relief funds to strengthen housing stability in our communities, incorporate the wisdom of people with lived experience into these solutions, and elevate the public’s understanding of homelessness.

Plenary speakers include the National Alliance to End Homelessness’s Nan Roman and COHHIO’s Bill Faith – legends of the housing movement who have both recently announced plans to retire this year. We’ll also hear from the new U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness Executive Director Jeff Olivet, National Coalition for the Homeless Executive Director Donald Whitehead, Kaleidoscope Youth Center Executive Director Erin Upchurch, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities’ Ann Oliva, Tiffany Haynes, with the National Youth Forum on Homelessness, Invisible People Founder Mark Horvath, KTown For All Co-Founder Mike Dickerson, and former USICH Director Barbara Poppe.

The Housing Ohio conference is made possible with major support from the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing, the Ohio Department of Development, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency, and Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services.

Thank you Housing Ohio 2022 sponsors!

Other confirmed 2022 sponsors include:

AARP Ohio

Affordable Housing Trust for Columbus and Franklin County

AmeriHealth Caritas

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield

Barbara Poppe & Associates

Buckeye Community Hope Foundation

CareSource

CHN Housing Partners

Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority

Community Housing Network

Corporation for Supportive Housing

Duke Energy

Enterprise Community Partners

Episcopal Retirement Services

Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati

First Financial Bank

Homeport

Ice Miller LLP

JPMorgan Chase

KeyBank

The Kroger Co.

Lument

Millennia Housing Companies

Model Group

Molina Healthcare of Ohio, Inc.

Mount Carmel Health System

Mutual of America

National Church Residences

National Equity Fund, Inc.

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Neighborhood Development Services, Inc.

NeighborWorks Collaborative of Ohio

New Era Benefits Consulting

Novogradac & Co., LLP

Ohio REALTORS

Ohio State University College of Social Work

Park National Bank

The Provident Companies

RiverHills Bank

Ruscilli Construction Co.

Sedgwick

Star Title Agency

Stock Development Company

The Community Builders

Third Federal Savings & Loan

Tidwell Group

U.S. Bank

Wallick Communities


Other Supporters Include:

St. Mary Development Corp.